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Ulaqon up tho Hill A BLUE MARC HEBE muni that roar aab orlptlon bit expired Itenew promptly If yna want tbe pupe r to coma to you nfter tbla motiib f&lvarUBlnq BPKBT FAPEB la the Team that Pulls we Commercial at Succbss, The Courier has a Spanktn' Goad Team. Grease the Ixles of Yaur Ulagon, Old Man, and Lai's Hitch Up WHOLE MO. SUB? ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HBU voi.UHE IN na ho. n KENTDOIT WE8TEBN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 20, eluded The Hetrojnrk and hla jar dressed In IT walked to their home their official robes nnd tho people1 crowded all around them It was cer tainly a sight worth Boeing. We, tood on a high platform, inylng ?lj T,ncro bjoou uy u uirea n liullvs from IUchmoul, Va I forgot to mention that an Kngllh blHhop fnm IndK ntood on tho htngo with the do'lplm nnd ho muied to tnulerxtand thu Oroek langungo uml knew one or more of the btahopH. Next morning. Friday, tho 21hI, we Htnrtiil to Mount OlUe, which is a- ImmiI two miles oa-of Jeruaalom. We wnlkeil part of the way bo as not to mUs unytliliifi. At tin northeastern gate of tlio old city of Jerunnlotii MtniidH tho great church of St. Mnry where bIio lived a long time wlillo Jo-- ' tuw wuh growing up, also the bath Itotino of St. Mary, which Is today' known by the same name, Jimt outV Mdo of tho wall. As you step (Hit of lho gate Is lho grave ynrtl of the Down tho hill n lit Mihninmednns do pleco Ih tho old homo nnd pardon" and mljolnliig U. In of the Garden of GetliHomano, and an old town by that name in tlio vnUey between Jenifialein nnd Mount Olive. Tlio garden wJiero Jesus and his disci lhw nte their wipper and Ho told tiiem after two days Ho would bo. taken from them and would Be thorn (killlloe nnd one oftheau ut tho 1911. ifc Letter from Syria DY A. S. DARKETT v.'Jiorc to The Holy Land (Continued) it Clirlut wns born Twlny Htnndu oh Bimplo mid huinblo as It ago Clow.' to thf lid 2.000 J'iiii-h Ju ni. UrthlliUO Of Jl'XIIH StlltlllH tho Dili Judledlt, Margeon, l of tho KiliK of the Jiwk, wluro Syria. Turkey. tnAiiy I'lilldri'ii wore thrown. thinkliiK Juno 7. 1911. at that tiiuo that tliu baby llirlxt rs. Bpeer & Soiton. Hut St. Mnry took ono of Uiiiiii Hickman. Ky., U. S. A. lur Intlovcd noli and hid him forty duyn and iitohtH lit an old tl n vouio ir Friends: illtllu ilUtnncf from IiIh blrthplaoo. nttiilay morning, April llHh wo wliUUi wt-- wiw an natural an If St jlSpcuil). hired u carriage nnd wont Mnry hontelf wiih pnuM-n- t Around It Mdk) lMhlelwni, lh place wlmre U built n Krwtt and flue church by GSm. wu born ll took iih only u tin- - FruiU'h iiioukH After wulkln Uit-- olty a while, and lifter oat-Iiiui hour to drive to th our lunch wo ntnrtil back to Jo- tdtttt ilmt wniiii (if JuruHnluiu. A tu't. To tho wont of Ilttlilohi'ii) m&M MKi(h of Uio Holy City wo ouiih niwilcjii JIIcoini lit called Alnr Kilos or St. iiIkjiiI two mlb and a half In tin- - old iMMA Church in tho bunds of tho tlty of Moth Jnlu and hoiiio few iiiIIoh furtlmr to tin- - houth IMhiiiijti io that ovuii-Iiijw2ii moiilui A little wo ruttirnod to Junnuilom. wt(Ht to a Utile fii-i- noted for Ui jfijglwhi-- Hi Mary and Jesus, tho Nt-x-t inornliiK wim a groat day in utlML, were going from Joruaalum to JeniMihim It the day of tho horn and Unit little (UM was u foot wntdilliK of tlie 12 Itidiopn by of peas und the Jews who were Um IlotrojHrk. rttftmnhlliiR our r auk Jusiifl CtirUt whim he wutthed tho fiir tho iwwia. wh'ii tln STIir Mary to give Uism homo pna of Uiu twolvo dobclplen. UiAt day tho jWltlit-wro huiiflry, dunld Uiom ijHtopIe Knihond In tlio )urd of lho patch ho blK tthurt'h Mnry ciin-- ni In tho of tho the of God. a Ioiik. hlh HtUMo wuh plnceU Willi u patch, by tin- IM ti, hton.-n- , and till now, any JiMi cJialr at Uu htmd anil aovenil you should iKum. yiMi nan Hiuill rlutiro to tlie rinhl uud lafl of S!i0 )MlIl pllklllg "l MMIItt of tllOMO tho Ue chni r for the dhudphti and (tie sioni ihii A little further. In nldea of Uii head man of tlio church, iftflXaci- - which llwil to bo tho home of who U tlie Id4reiirk. Mter the peofiSSSiaol. in tin- - Old Testament, mul ple Hcitlioreil and filled tho diurch. IjK)oU Initio In In tliu bands of Lho tird. tho top of tho church nnd houa-eti- , tlio balctuiiea nnd tho hUth plncex, JV UUiy On every hdy day the fjgww vlnll that bacrvd pluoe and pray tlioro wore bulwvon fifty and sixty ImtwHIy to God to glvo them back thoiiMUid iH'ojle, wltli about a thous-nn- d 1 111 Hill- Klllor and court offlulnlH lo Ml ...I n.l .......I W.VM. tlia.lr UJPi WIIM ,li.Ml ffce Mlu tlu-tThroe mile further, keop ordor AXtur K.tlnE ovorj thing we etuuo to tliu old oily of lloUilvhoiu rwaily tho re oamo tlio llotorynrk. blnli- wkkli U now a good led place of opu, prloRtu and elm ran oiiiouun, nil nnd of 4.000 bo drii-In tlio flni-H- l 10 000 St. f furiftn counlrliM. Tlio count ry iiK4ly orownA, with about ton fluuly Mwl U rocky nml rouKli. ,,IT'li-J',l;'I'wulkluc In front of It In lJ witii otltu trifN ubkninoV-i tlio Ir1y, holdiiiK lon nllVurlJpHd CSirlM mid cnuea nnd tappliiK thoin on tho hard Wvo m out iWL In tlio rJty (Jie iMplo nru uiu gruuiul n tlioy walkil A Uite imr-t- y $toycd In the inHnufoottiro of ixnrtn. ciuiio to tlio htiigi-- , tho llotrvytirk, kM turn thorn to all kind of no vol- - luodstixl by IiIm party, mouutoil tho urn h oh parl knlvos, pen luuulki Miiko and walked to tho bUi uuUr. ettff button. i'tc Hyrlan II rum luivo follow iil by tho Itinliotis, who took ktieH of tluOr own In IlKliloliotu. thoir Bonis an tlioy won- - propanl for Tlkj InluvbllnntM hUII wivvr thu wiuio Uioin. It Boomitl Uuit oacii ono took Hbrk) elotluvt Uiuy oro bufori- - dirlnt hbi Btvit by nKo nnd itfiino. WJion rfeiiK robii with a kuiK cap iui their wuli wrw msUihI proporly, Ui sorvlc- iiIm wltli wjvral plooiii of old mon- - w coiiiiiieiici-i- i uiu nroynrK soniu Kall oor It oovtrI up wKJi a lurco up and hluiMi-- tlio wiiroKaUoii, tlioii flu-IUm party uiu!roMcd him to ho could loim iUh.o of whltij lawn do hU work onIly. Tho awLstuiitiJ uk It I liad to Im ono of thorn awfully lirnl towolH. a sllvor pllclior and wuah-lm- . thou tho Ik'trunrk Uirow the to IK uiu wi lL Tluty Iinve a dnl muno for thulr ii ShoUwa towvl oor IUh tdiouldor nml pitcher lu aro prvtty, Htrotig, tall JiIm hand and ono of hlri nmUtuntH Ir wium-hold tho au. The ridit foot, of omJi Iiitiltliy - men wmr tlio old fashioned hwoiplii wnn wanluil, nftor which 'hidried tlio fool and klnm-- It with 20 jiinln of wlillu lawn roll , ill iKwrdltiK to tho nge of tlio bluh-op1111"" I iukil ono of n round It two of tho bishops afler which ooukl hV Kttuid It and he wild tin- - Hotroynrk'a fiKt. Afti-- r TtllO IIMhI tO It ll K'OJl0 of lll'tit MbJiiil wn over, a poclal m lit grmnil nro vory clewr and rhU corviiumy chnptor In 1 hwirt'sl Homo of tho Iiohhi-- s an prient Htoixl up and rend n built the now ToHtnmont In tho Arabic, na tlie IiIIIh nml nom Turkl-d- i nnd ItuwUan liuigtiiu;-i-B- . the northirn Hldo of tin- - city 1h (Irci'k. tho services wen con- lifter which funiuiiH nnd most sacrisl pinto v.i-l- Partial urw the Hickman Wagon Factor- y- one of the oldest and best concerns of the kind in the U. S. st JHitoir ilo AWE WANTn i k Your8hoeTrade Judge Our Claims by Our Shoes The intelligent skeptic is not he who DOUBTS and DISIf you don't look, CARDS, but he doubts and DISSECTS. you can't learn. Come in and inspect our shoe line; judge the claims by the Shoes. You can only arrive at the best by comparison with the best goods. We press comparison upon you price for price shoe for shoe. We believe that we "beat the market" on quality or price. We don't expect your business on any other BASIS but proved superiority the test; the er -t y ti )nl f 1 aWj 1 n.. u co-ir- U-c- -- Sl d ni-wl-y MIakesThings SAFE f pnr'RAN fri tv IN"1" .i - ,:Hm sasi?3f,; ..l'-..'.'- "rii .s i!:.,'& T r ' 'iaw . r Colllkl IWW. l E iiintiun Co No IV HERE'S safety in a banlc account, for the reuson that means mat it is a clear signal of the future. Itiinnlidtrnrtpn. i -iL.i yu emirl is lings are clear aneaa, anu umi .r.i -- lake up your, mind not to travel anomer step ir you nave 10 bank account. 1 The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. you answered him, "INiter, will deny mo before tlio cock crows threo times." I saw tlio Mime spot. Tho Garden of Gctlisumenn Is today tut pretty a s;ot as I over saw. It Ih In the hands of the French convent. HIghl east of It on tlie other side of tlie street In tho great and famous church of the ItUHslau that Is tlio church was built , They say lit hi id Nicholas 1 are buried In'tlio ihurch. It Is Bald tho c'Uitrch .toh a fg(tl milllou dollars. Sinitli of Gethsomenn Is the old well of King David and Homo say It Is the well of Hhnroh of IOwpt. But It lis King David's well because It Is ut tlio wlgo of tlio Jewlsli graveyard of tlio ohluu tiino. Tlio tombstoiios on tlio Jowlah graves nro flat, enrv-it- l In tlio old I lob row language. South of tho Jewish grave yard ono mile lays tlio well or Bprlng of Hlhiin, tho well known plnco In tho Illhlo After sovlns all wo could In tho vnlloy wo hired somo nsses nnd rodo to tlio top of Mount. ()ltu Wo went lo tlio great Itiihsliui whlidi has a high tower. We went lip to tho top of It from which we saw tho Dead Sea some twenty mill's nway. Tho wholo country for a huu-drifrom miles ariKind can bo tills tower. At the edgo of Mount Ollvo lo tho southeast Is tlio old homo of Lazarus. Hut tlio iiukU I in iportuul tiling we snw was tlio placo whero Jesus nrosu to heaven and where Mo Mood on tlie rock with a stick In his hand. Wo saw tho mark of his foot and slick In Uio rock TJils place Is guarded by nomo old Mohamuiixlnns npixiluted by Uio government. At a recent date tills plnco wns in Uio hnmls of Christians but 1kiui.o they could not ngroo Uio government took cliargo of It. It Is the most sacred nnd lmiortanl place on Mount Olivo. UncJo Sam would no doubt glvo millions of dollars to own tho spot whero our Saviour asconded to heaven. In nil my traveling I nevplaces In er biiw ono of tlieho siu-ri'lho hniids of Amorlcans. All oilier nations spind millions of dollars to got to own thoso holy places nnd the groat majorrlty Is In their hands ami in my own estimation that littlo Biot where Jesus lived and died b worth luUf tho continent. Next morning, April 22, was the most Important day of the week In Jerusalem, because Saturday ia remembered by Christians as tho day on which Christ rose to hoa-voSomething like COOOO people got iu tho churth to seo tho light burst from Uiu tomb of Christ. People crowded In tho church from nil the countries In Uio world. At least fiO dlfferont nations woro represented In that church Unit day. UJg sums of money were ia!d by the visitors to sit In. A UUlo before, 1:00 p. m., Uio Dotcryark and his party entered tho church, and wont Into tho tomb nnd two of the priests stayed In tho tomb Thon thero n"bout fifteen minutes was heard a groat thunder and tho Pc-to- r, Uiclt-nxponse. Him. So tlioy ato UieU itiippor and Johuh prnycO Uiroe tlms, after wlilch tlioy wonl up to Mount Ulhe nnd Jesus told tliem Unit the lime hail coinu for ull of thorn to deny Mini. Itul IVter Bald "Maxtor, If nil would deny jou I never will." wtMild Jo-hu- b lxmy ii , A. E. U Nettleton Shoes l'trH' r ast Vs - 'v--m i"t Edwin Clapp Shoes fVe Brown Shoes H. E. CURLIN'S The House of Quality OnePrlce to Ml Everything Guaranteed tl light of Jesus burst from Uio rock Uiat W!i8 on Uie tomb and everyone present lit up his bunch of cotidUti from tho light and let mo tell you, dear people it was a great sight to seo Uie burning candles all over Unit holy place. Rich olio would hold Uio oaudlos with their hands, put them against thoir clothes and flesh but did not burn anyone. Somo strangers and unbelievers to seo such woul run nwny, fearing loat they would bo burned to deaUi. Hut by tho ihjw-e- r of God, no ono was hurt. Noxt h'Uer will rompluto out visit lo tlio Hoy Jind. Luck to all. Tho tiiuo Is drawing uearer to see jou all Your friend, A. S. UAUIU2TT A good shower fell In tills Sunday morning. Don't forget our special offer on buggies to clean up. Hlckmun Hdw. Co. Tlio nomination of Judge O'ilear was n deaUi blow to tho regiuio of Nobody need opologizo for voting" Augustus Uio First. Uio Democratic ticket from end to end Uils full. In her npplicaUon for dhorco, a western woman named 107 affinities. Hen. H. A. Tyler went to Harris-burKvldeutly she whlted until all Uio Miss., Friday to attend an anniversary celebratiou of Uio batUo returns woro In. fought at that place. Tho first man Two big inorcliandlso sales are ad- killed hi Uils fight was of Gen. Tyvertised In this Ismio or tho Courier. ler's coiiipauy. He had Just handed lZcouomlcal shoppers will find them tho Gonond a letter from Gen. Leo, of siMH'lal Interest. and wus shot and killed while sltltng Our good friend Llojd Hrown, of on his horso walUng for Uio letter to vicinity, present bo read. Gen. Tyler, after conslder-abl- o Uio UrownsWllo effort, has located Uio grave of Courier editors a box of ponch ed the os list week that were as flue ns can this soldier and Is having a monubo found In Uio world. They were of ment erected to his memory. A largo Uio Champion variety, and ono of monument will also bo erected on tho Go to Sullivan Uroa. for odd pauts. Uiem measured IIV Indies In cir- old battle field commemorating tho Taken all around, It Is gn'lant Confederates who foil In this Ollio James will bo forty years old cumference awful slaughter month, llo got his hard to heat Fulton county Uio 27Ui of this birthday present at tho primary July 1st. High liridge, creeled at n cost of rlvor by tho Queen nnd Crescent route, has been completed. It stands 320 foot nhovo low water mark. $1,000,000 across Kentucky -- WRIGHT'S- Electric Shoe Repairing Outfit T destroy nnls, placo a wot sponge that lias been dipped In sugar water whero they gathor. Tlio ants, will soon fill tho sponge. When full, drop Uie spongo In hot water Continue until nil of tho nnts disappear Tills method is effecUve nnd cleanly Ropubiicana who are taking nn In tho coming campaign In Kentucky aro disgusted thai President Tuft has decided not to come to Uils state Oct. 2C to attend the Lincoln Farm dedication at Hodgensvllle ho fears his visit may be con Mnied as an attempt to help Uio State Uckot. Tho dedlcaUon data will bo shifted lo November. I Nothing but First Class Work. Prices Lowest. Satisfaction Guaranteed. "Douo TTCTlxllo You XTCnit" Hickman Harness Co. a. J. WRICHT. Mgr. B - . Laundry Patrons. We are authorized Virginia to announce i 4.l...lilnr.i.Mt....i.t.ft'HhH'M''M i - ' Iuten jtijJfLt. 4 , Tills la to notify our patrons that beginning on Monday, July 24, that we will collect all laundry bills attho tiuio of delivery. Positively no exceptions. All bills will bo charged up to tho driver, who is authorized to collect tho bill or bring laundry back. 1'lcaso remember this. We find that wo cannot sucossfully conduct tho business on a credit basts. Hickman Steam irfiundry. 2c G. W. Gambell8, cotton gin n candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Fulton Ooiutty, subject to tho notion of tho Democratic parly. Election Nov. 7, 1911. ZffgLjtiOn Heard the Streets .1. t. .. ..a. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTtttTTtTT rTT Ill III .. II II Sheet Music at Fetho & French's. GREAT III REDUCTIONS on all WILL HOT GIVE APQLOSY Great valuta in Clothing I,roa- at Sullivan at Fotho QOMPSRS AMD AIDS FILE ANSWER IN CONTEMPT CASE. All tho latent magazlnea & French's. at Rid-gel- burned last week. Labr Leadsrs mand Mad Iicas 17,000. Ds Net Accede U by Judge Wright's De- Mrs. J. M. Held Is visiting friends n Memphis. One Dollar Values In Shirts Sullivan Uroa. COc Committee. Washington, July 18. at MEN'S SUITS OXFORDS and STRAW HATS It will pay you to et my prices fore you buy ! be- II Samuel A. MoDaniel tins been in tho olty Mitchell, tor several days. vice president, and Frank Morrison, Miss Lucy Doss was hero fro Do-r- e J. T. Seat and wlfo loft Saturday secretary, of tho American Federation of Labor, through their attorna Saturday. for Hot Springs, Ark., to bo gone neys, Ralston, Slddons & Rlcbardson, a month. Swnyne Wolor mmo up from Craig filed their answer to Justlco Wright, In th district surporuo court In the landing Saturday. It Is getting about time the Louis- latter contempt case. ville Democracy were realizing that J. F. Smith, of Dulutli, Minn., arThe reply did not apologize to the it Is only a of tho Stato of Ken- court for alleged contempt in the rived hero Saturday. tucky, Bucks Stove and Range company Hall Seats. St. Louis Furnishing contempt cases, a require by JusIll tice Wrlcht, and recommended by a Co. "sells it for less." committee of lawyers appointed by lAtcKt styles and patterns in wall tho court to detormlno whether or not an npolocy should bo demanded. paper. Fotho & French. The report of the committee Bald: Ask for Omega Flour. None hot"The defendans shall bo prepared x to make such due acknowledgement ter. Bottersworth A Prather. or apology and assurance of future Three Dollar Values In pants at If weak, you need Cardui, submission, to the courts as may sufStUtlvau Bros, their price $1 CO. the woman's tonic Cardui ficiently answer the necessary vindicating Kb authority and is made from gentle herbs, Miss Carrie Held returned Saturdny that of the law," from a wck'a visit lutir IXirenn. acts in a natural manner, Miss Mary Burke, of Nashville, Is tho charming guest of Miss Virginia Royster. Ooraper, president, John iit Women! . Mit III X'lMimzZKJLanKZl'MKKKMJUZMJKr' pur-poee'- -- "WhtrtQuiMy Higher thin tPrice" and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut ROYAL PAIR IN SCOTLAND Call a veterinary. It. R. Roger Hospital, both phones, Hickman. 57 fake CARDUI Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlm, S. C, followed this advice. Read her let- ter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. King and Queen with Children Qlvn A postal savings Innk depository Enthusiastic Welcome at Will be opened at Fulton July 23. Edlnburg. Dahnko's Cream Bread received Edlnburg, July 18. King George daily at Mutheny Bros. & Plant. arrivod in Kdnburg to get acquainted Lot Schmidt, tho Tnilor, do your with his Scotch subjects an a part of the eustomnry round of visits pakl cleaning and prttmlng. Phone 138. by British kings to Ico Boxes and Refrigerators. St. their dominions. He was accompanied by Queen Mary, the Prince of Louis Furnishing Co. "sells it for Wales, PrincoiB Mary and numerous leas." OAmfeera of the nobility It don't look liko boozy Is going to The royal party was welcomed by for Scotland, Lord Ret any corner in the election this the secretary year. Senthud, and other officials. After responding" briefly to the welWe have some sew things in furcoming addross, the king and his party drove In state to Uolyrood pal- niture this season. Hickman Furniace, the oldest of Scotland's royal ture Co. resldenoes, but uaoooupled except on Those castaway garments can bo occasions like th present, since the day of Mary, Queoo of Scots. Troop made to do double duty if sent to WW to Bros. and thousands of citizens lining th route were quite enthusiastic. Dunlap Murphy, of Fulton, was In The royal party will remain la Edlnburg until Friday, holding courts, the city Sunday tho guiwt of Miss levees, and reviews, laying corner-atone- s MrJ)ol Wilson. and participating in other Sullivan Bros, havo just opened up functions. COO pair of sample trousers to be sold nt half price. newly-crowned Fall Breaks Arm, Mrs J. It PhlppH, of Martin, who ha been visiting her win, here for several days, hnd an unfortunate acci dent Thursday afternoon. Sho wiui sitting In a rocking chair at tho mix! of tho front poruh tjw"lng. ami not noticing, rocked over tho edg". falling vUJontly to the ground, lite rfyht ii rm was broken aliove the elbow uiid tho right iJioulder bhulo spllnt-orttl- . Medk-a- l aid iu owtt and her condition In vttry critical. Card From Frost, Wlmio. Ky. JulyHth. 1911 Marriage Licenses Tbe following were jcrautiol license to marry In Obion County last wk, Mviiiw niul Inoc Pries. Knun B. K. lltll ami Anna Albrluou. O. T. HiirrtMin iiiwl ,ov'lnc Turner Jm nrul Rottortn WishIb D. V. MsKliinht ntid V.mU R. I. Aibuiui mid NVtrle Wall SVe VlvrttU ami Mottle Utrry J (Jin Cniiv and Buck M. M Montgomtiry uml Msry Har- - To the Democratic Voter of the 1st Senatorial District of Kentucky, I a on svenO ditlereut ivmmhiohh iurin my caiiipalgn. but think I wouV b ungniluful should I as by ilUtlkii to go Into public print aftr Iovihr to uwe the Mr ilnidr Ju sum-uxiiiis- l, All Sklrv Diseases Ylehl radlly to treatment wtlh Dr. Boll's Antitvptic Salve. Wo r.uamn-toit, 25c n box. Sold everywhere. o POSTAL BANKS SAVINGS L. Powell and wife, of Blodgett, Refrigerators that will keep lc for Date Fixed for Beginning Deposits In Mo., are visiting tiiolr daughter. Mm. DR. D. 0. LOHGHEGKER 12. Illckmau Furniture Co. Pour Large Cities of the Ch.is. JackMin. United 8tates. I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. For cleaning and pressing phono Dou't forget w havo the bsl tins Graduate of Chicago Vet. Washington, July 18. The main 195. Wo call for and deliver your of matrasses. Hickman Furniture Co peetofnee in St. Louis will be ready work. Wlilto Bros. College 1893. This Is "wall paper" time. Ut us to receive postal savings deposits on McClain Kills Workman. Jiio. Muacham and wlfo aro visiting show you tbe prettiest line you ever Office at Steve Stnhr's Livery Barn and aftr Aug." 1. Postmaster Gensaw. Fetbo b French, eral Hitchcock Issued orders direct the former's iarents, I). O. Meochom BOTH PHONES ing Postmaster Aklns to bo ready to and wife, at Scooba, Miss. A BiHda 1 from Dresden, Tenn., The City Ikuls liave n force of men receive deposits on that date. SimiMr. Watson, of tho Mongol offko Suiulny, Ky; cutting weeb on (lie city's property Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 lar orders were sent to the postmasters in New York, Chicago and Boston, at Mengelwood, was hero Friday on Indlvhliinls will do wadl to follow the In a fight nor Bucna Vista, on Uw In furtherance of Mr. Hitchcock's btislnena wlUi this branch. , xamle state line road, fifteen miles north of Calls promptly answered night or plan to begin immediately the desigDfoinlon, IaM nlglit. MI Workman was When your horse or cow gets a'ck, Mim Mnudo Jones .of Union City. nation of some of the larger first-clas- s day. Satisfaction guaranteed. by A. B. McClain. It offices of tho country as depos- call it. R. Rogers. Ho cures tliom. shot to niul Mlm Rim) Tlmmons, of Mayfleld, nppam tiiat they had not been on itories. have been vloltlng Miss Itntili Carter, Botti phonos. Hickman, Ky. good Utnim for somo time, and One reason for tho selection of St. In Wert. Htcknuin. Cypress Shingles 1.25 a thousand threats hod been nuule by Workman Louis, New York, Boston and ChiPay Your Taxes, cago at this time Is the fact that at mill six miles southwest of Hick- agalnnt tho life of McClain. When Mrs. J. C. KUIeon and olilldren, a subtroasury Is located In each city. man. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. (hxirgo Clint and Morris, and Miwi thuy met a fight was tlie consoquenoi This twill greatly facilitate th heavy Mary Helm are him1Iiik a fow days with the nbovo results. KN'Clalu esHickman Chapter No. 49, R. A. M., caped and State, county and school taxes for banking operations that aro likely to . has not been at (lllmon Walls, Tenn. 1911 aro duo. Pay now and save result from the postal savings busi- held tholr first regular meeting at Workman luid boon constable and the Masonic Hnll Monday nlglit. cast. Books will always bo found at ness. John Wlby ntwl Harry I at KIiik. deputy Bhoriff In district No. 1, but The presence of so many foreign& Trust Co., Hickthe Hickman Bank two of our prominent cltlxens, luul a boro a bad reputation. It Is said that man; a ltd City National Dank, at Ful- ers, accustomed to postal savings M. Marshal Wright, W. A. Dodds, A. several yvoxH ago, In a fit or nngur, inUuuileratnndltig Saturday nfuniooii Tyler and C. II. Mooro motored to my deputies banks In their natlvo countries, had ton. Meet mo or ono of wlildi nvnilNtl in n fistic encoiintt--r much to do wtlh tho designation of Fulton Monday to see tho ball game. he killed his own brother. Intor, ho at the following time and places: King submitted his cas In JuiIk a was arrcbtcd, uccuswd of burning a the four largo cttltes. Miss Haccl Davidson, who has been barn, but was acquitted. Ho was reNothing better than Dalino's Cream llemloy's court nml wns fined $11 50 Jordan, Tuesday, Aug. fitix. y Mr. Wiley will have a hearing In the Oayce, Wednesday, " 9th. Socialist Berger Speaks at Picnic. visiting her uncle, Henry Travis, left garded as a very dangerous man, nud Bread, received frtou dally by Bros. A Plant. saute court next Saturnlay. Crutchfield, Thursday, 10tb. Milwaukee, Wis., July 18. Repre- last week for Nashville to spend tho bin death by violence was not unexpected. Fulton, Friday and Saturday. sentative Victor I Uergor, socialist, summer. Aug. 11 and 12th. of the Fifth district, addressed a McClain is a brother to Jack McWo press your suit for COc, ladles m large audience at be anuual Milwauplaited or plain nklrts COc. Cleaning Clain who was arrested near IllckGoalder Johnson, picnic, held in kee jnan a fow months charged with kill-- ' Sheriff Fulton County. ono of the parks. Mr. Berger re- aud prosslug at reasonable prices. Ing liis neplioW, nnl who later comview his work In congress, and told Wlilto Bros., phone 195. mitted culcldo In tho county Jail. of party platform bills bo expuctod Thero U bridge over a Tho McOIaln family seems to havo upon his return to to Introduce rlvtur In Meloo that is built entirely a checkered carver. Washington. WHEN YOU PAINT of mahogany, worth, at tho present pricn of the wood, nearly 12,000,000. Postmaster Frank Fisher, of Pa- MOSQUITOES BAD THIS YEAR. i. The paint is small part of the cost. It's the paintI guaranteo to euro any disease, ducab, knows wliat a political stwam ing that counts. But don't scratch tho poisoned skin. pertaining to horses or cattle except roller Is by this time. Uso a mild, cooling, healing com- Lymphangitis and Glandors. H. R. 2. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, bepound that Htojw the Itch instantly, Rogers, Veterinary Surgeon, Hickman If you get a blue mark on your Courier this week, It means this is draws out the poison In the skin and Office. cause it's made better. If you use Mr. and Mrs. Mosby left Saturday the last paper you will receive until protects it against further troubbj. See Just a mild cleaning wash of oil of on Reee Loo for Memphis. For sov-or- you pay up your subscription. months tliny havo been making wJntorgroen, thymol and a fow other Tho Tcnnessoo (ulakUuro panswl a TIME TABLE C, M. &. G. R. R. ingrcdlonta known as tho D.D.D. Pre tae'r home hero but Mr. Mosby has (Effective June 4, 1011) scription) ko famous In case) of Ecze concluded hlB work with tho C. M. jnKLKiirn irlrlnir ono third of tho you 3ct the best results at least cost. You will rememj State revenue- to the rauso of cIuca- ma) and you havo mosquito protec- k a. C:20 a. m. Leave Hickman ber the high quality long after you have forgotten the tion. tion for tho season. 8:30 a. m. Arrlvo Dyersburg Mrs. C. I,. Walker and Mlssea Ruth Yos, Instant relief now only 3&c. cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. 2:00 p. ui. Leave Hickman Mrs. Rickmnn, Wife of Cnpt. W. T. HICKMAN DRUG CO., Hickman, Ky, Klmbro and Iura Brown Ift Satur5:00 p. m. Arrive Dyersburg day on Rptw Loo for Memphis. On Hickman, an aged lady, died at Uio 9:00 a. m. Loavo Dyersburg their return, Mltui Brown will lcavo home of her daughter, Mrs, Jamea MOSS & CO. 12:00 noon Arrive Hickman We are making somo special prices tho boat at New Madrid, from which Jonrs, in Uio vicinity of Mount Zton, 0:30 p. m. Leave Dyersburg Mrs. on all uuggies tor tue cash in order point she sees to Bcrnlo and Chaf- Wedwjsday evening, July 12 Give it a trial. We also carry Oils and Varnishes 8:30 p. zn. Arrive Hickman to clean up for our big fall trado on fee, Mo., and other points on an. ox- - ltlckmnn lias been in f coble health for I stoves. Hioman Hdw. Co. Q. M. BOM, AtMkt. tended visit. a number of years. i t d'-nt- nppn-hended- tlw nuuiy klndtutum and fivers, shown mo In my race for (he nomination of Stnto BonMor. I tlM)nfon take tills method and occasion to thank the toUHtltiiKiH of the dint riot for the very comjiUmen- tary vote and nlot majority mo In w prlnmr)' "- - p:insil, pLiotng In my hands the 'Ioiuut of Democra cy In this Sonatorial district, niul plncitiK me in a luxation to Rmtlfy an ambition oImtWkmI from clilldlxNML May I, wltli your asHltaniij. carry to victory Oils Krniul old Uwiner with all others In tho statu who linvo Ihwh entrusted wMli its tart; Unit the great rrlnrlph of DiuiMicraiqr (tho Kroatwnt wk to the KmiW-H- t niiinlHr may be carriiol (Mit, umI the InterciM. of tho Htnto advaiMd. I am gliul to an n mi lire to jou ublloly 1 will ow.i no nun or men a illtlonl oblliauion. having at all tlm preferrl defeat rattier than be dictated to uiy official career, other titan tint and kistlng obllgntlon I very seriously fotowards ovory clllxn in this district, and whioli 1 shall iuo nil the ability and energy I (.hucum to remy, having no motive In this, other than to make you a onilltable official mid to nvtdvo the commendations of my follow dthtniH. T4i my opHiiont and Uioso who Houglit to defeat me, I liavo Nit tlie kindest feeling It was your priviU'Kf atxl you felt It was your duly, no doubt ami I shall havo your Interest at heart wlUi all others. Sincerely yours, W. A. FROST. try lu tfi fg.& t DIDNT. dp - Ma-ben- . social-democrati- c r Remember Two Thing's Engraved ICO-fo- Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Jit Courier samples. Spc. De Sola Paint - REYNOLDS, Mmi ifi- 111 ' "Sr4'Wi4,iqwwntipHgi jmm m ,m- - Wp WfV- "'RfJ' ' ,M7,9I Ky. I Slate Notes. "fell (H IE PB 1 lum i I i krC r 2 m Porch Furnishings $jjVere it from the fact that it merely, im proves the appearance or the house, you couldn't afford to be without a few pieces of porch furnishings, hut when you ndd to that the solid comfort mid keen enjoyment thnt 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 .geods over, so the prices are as reasonable as the goods tare seasonable. Plant for the President's Visit. Klnnl nrrangoments mndo for tho trip of President Tnft to Kentucky on Outohcr 1'C, to dedlcnto tho Lincoln Memorial hall nt Hodgunvlllc, wero completed by Oov. Willson, who tele graphed tho president that the rail rond connection!, would permit of him coming to Kentucky nnd nlso Keeping an appointment In lMltsbtirg on Oc tober 27. . (lov. Willson communicated with tho railroad officials nnd found that It would bo possible for the president to lenvo Wushlngton on tho afternoon of October 25 and reach Hodgenvlilo th uny following, In time for tho dedication exercises. Mr Tnft will not como to Krnnkfort for tho unveiling of the Lincoln stntuo In tho new cnpltol. Ho could not spend two days In Kentucky In October nnd would not he nhlo to mnko two tripH to tho state. Ah the Lincoln Memorial nsHoclntlnu had already Invited him to come for tho dec Cation of the hall, nnd Imd n greed to nrrnngo tho date bo ns to milt IiIh convenience, Oov. Willson did not press tho Invitation to come to FrankforL Wllllno To Make Trip. If tho date Is ngreoahlo to Oov. Will-soof Kentucky, nud others In chnrgo of tho ceremonies. President Tnft will go to Hodgcnvlllo, Ky., October 2C, to dedlcato tho Lincoln Memorial llulld-In- g there. n, PfW, we MEED j . SHOE vrN JL Vffiv A Father's Troubles with Leather-Trus- t Shoes . Wendllng Case to Washington. Planning for n flnnl upponl to the Supreme Court of tho United States probably nro helm; mndo by rteglnnld Clonentn. uttorney for Wendllng, iih It was stated nt tho olljro of the clerk of tho court of appeals that Mr. Clements had goiio to Kllznhethtown to consult with Judge J. P. Hobson regarding tho Wondllng enso. It Is not known nbout what Mr. Clements wanted to consult with INCOIU'OIIATPD Judge Hohson, but It Is believed ho wanted to ndvlse with htm rogurding UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office. thn method by which a rehearing of tho en bo can ho perfected. It Is necessary for tho court of of tho stato to grant nn nppoal trvt to Oirroll and roimwot il wiili HrtUor now on CnrroH street. before the case can go to the supremo 'Rj Council Proceedings court, hut, If tho uttorney wants to Thf Major uimiIiiI the foHowiiiK tnko the npxul It will he allowed In committee: Hale, Shumate, Sehlenk-o- r tho meantime Wendllng is lu the penf itentiary, hnvlug begun to servo bis Hnkiimn, Ky . July 3. lull Motion wiw mode thnt the Mttvor sentence. h'M Council unit lu r.'i;uUr aoDiioii, pre Aiolnt a committee Io nswrtiiln if Governor Welcomes Governor. Mtu&ittjur Uilluu, Couuciltuvu Ulur, the City Hull building could U Mold Oov Augustus K. Willson wont to IWMl lll( fllllllH IBMl to liiilld u new Shuuuiu, llui', Powell anil KeitleiiW- Lexington to deliver the nddrexs welliuMtllliK. TJih Mrtyor iim1ii(I Hie coming Oov. Wcodrow 'l Wilson to Kentucky. Oov Wilson delivered the prinor lul tubular iuuoUhk folUwliiK rMiiiinktcw JtMliiulc-uml Wit. Stnte liar rwi uiU on luutiuti uppruvL-- uuu On motion tho St rout Coinmbwloiiur cipal nddress beforo thoIts meeting In which holds was Ktjmi following uccouuU woro pre wviM iiJriuklMl to iut In Rood rtttulr Loxlugton. Kentucky's governor welInvited to deliver tho address of uuu on uiu Uu duik wn Ik on tile tuxilJi Hldu of come, and ho accepted, as ho Bald ho JMlvd, properly upprovt! Momiiw nvwiiiB botvsoen Allttliny MUU cticclut ordered allowi-was n great ndmlrer of tho governor Kin nnd St'foiul ntrt)c amounts; Mied lor of Now Jersey. On motion Council adjouna-RlukJiian Tinning & Plumbing Co, Banks Pay $250,000. Atli-ut- : II. C. Ilulm, City Clurk. !Uu State nnd nntlonnl banks In tho stnto hnve paid Into tho treasury, aa Torn Dillon, Sr., Mayor. JIU.3S Joliu ttriKht. trwt work stnto tax, n total of J2C0.000 nnd tho Ky I.Alio iniutilt lMMk..7. auditor's dorks havo been kept busy Of lKUJ lUcilllMMld K ItOIUl CO, IL Tho money Is received 2 0U UNCLE HIRAM TO HIS NEPHEW receiving iihck Imib by tho nudltor nnd turned into tho . Meiifit-t- ' luix Co., lumbor treasury. Youngiter a Little Ad- lUnidrix, work on wiuoiwry He Clvei J; J C vlca at to When to Miko iroaa Checking State Offices. Decltloni. McKcnzIo It. Todd, Btato Inspector J. A iWuiuii, Jtillor, dlitliiK ln- nnd examiner, is busy chocking up tho . fotit-n- t "Don'L" Bnld Unchi 'Irurn to his Uu motion the Clerk wna iiiMnux hopoful young ncpliow, "innko nny accounts of tho various ntnto ofllclnl departments for the lineal year. lud to kwoii- iiiwk to Hlckimiu Itauk rnomrntous decision when you'ro tlrd. nnd Todd will report to tho governor Mr. 5A. 1nu4. I'm lor Uo lor lutoniHi on Whvn we'ro tlrod wo want to Ret tho showing tho condition of each olllca H00 iwttti for six months, and out) question settled and wo'ru ready to nud tho receipts nnd expenditures. no 1 arnuTH Bunk for mnku concewilons, to Rlvo way, and Muruluiui sura to got tho hotio for mt'jrwu. on 6uu notf (or a tho other man la Governor Started It. ter of us. In tho llnal match for tho Trteltr iiiontim anM that it's a "We oftan hear It Hvuori of CUty Tntuuiror fur June, good thing when In doubt about any- cup 011 tho Country club link nt Lexington botweeu teams from CincinHill. thing to sleep on It, and this la sound nati, l.oulBViile nnd Lexington, Gov. General Fund Account. Tho general theory of the Augustus K. Wlllsou drovo tho first advice. fiVi Uiluiw.t per Aluy ro)rl. .? 5il Jl bunefita to bo dorlrvd from sleoplng ball. that alaep clarifies the - on n quoflUon I'Jo uml re4i II. C. Holm E'lu auit reod Juo. Wright., aiti'ju mind, but In coming to a settlement Insurance Licenses. about n thing tho most important adLicenses wero sent out to 350 Insurvantage that wo And In sleeping on ance com miles giving them authority II3G.43 It Ilea In tho ronewod strongth that I Ji unit. i.Ud oul durliiK Juiu) 317 OU Bleep rItos us. It renews our oour-,aK- to do business In this stato for tho coming year. Tho blanks aro signed mnkoa uh ready not to give way by C. W. Hell, stnto lnsurnu:o comS 'J3 to crwllt Uilrt urJl up and fight and fit and missioner. lu 'but to stand ablo to flghL Water & Light Uonti Acct. "Don't be In a terriblo hurry to Bet-ti- e William Armstrong, D2, fell from a No ohaiJiio hIiivo Iiint rotort. things, Stnvoy, nnywny. There are wnll at tho Kentucky Itlver mills Into whnn tho you must s'-lU. Jolmnou, City Troon. W. tlmoa whon tho river nnd was drowned. Arm Is hot, but na a guncral proposi- strong has two daughters living in Tho Clurk reported that ho had ox- - Iron tion don't bo Impatient to got things ecu led tho follow Iiik doedn to Coun nettled ; it's tho man able to keep Cincinnati. ter 1.01a and thai ho lioldu Hnin. cool and wait nnd let tho othor felTho comptroller of tho treasury has Toin Dillon, r,, rocelin for nauiu: low do tho worrylni thnt generally disallowed tho claim of George JohIo Ultiwu, il., UA. No. 478 III guts tho blKRCHt pluco of tho cake. of Howling Oreon, for pay "Vo may meot occaHlonnlly a man and allowances claimed to bo duo him Colortxl C4ty CoinuUiry, size of lot high nnd unbroken continuous of 0x18 fcot, coiiHidoniUon yj. during tho Clvfl War. ofton; the blggust of for services Jorry Kmoinan col., for ixit No 470 courage, but not sag nt times, though men hnve heart la Colon! City CVinctury, hIzo of lot they mny not show It; wo ara all hu14 40. isn't) fool, coimldoniUon man nnd much alike under the Bkln Oa motion tho forucolns roiorts tf thnt's any comfort to you; wo all were rvcolvvil, ordend nprtail hih;i lhavo our moods; times whnn wo nro buoynnt and hnppy and tlmos whon tho recordB, puhlUihed and filed. depressed On motion tlio HlckJiinn Concroto wo aro low In splrlta and "Don't, 8tovoy, settlo things whon We hnve just added Co, waa avsTtrded Uui contract to put you aro fooling low and dlssplritod. down tho coucroto buUotb on Troy You'll tnko n dlfferont vlow when you the famous ttvonuo at Ho por m. ft , conditioned como bnck, an you Inevitably will, to that they luvjln work uot lator than 'the summit "Let your decisions bo mnde, July 10, 1911. Motion wsuj niailo thnt the Mayor Stevey, not when you aro tired or deand uppoint a committal) to look nftor pressed hut when you aro fit ranko to our line. If you want a neat, pride and habit will Btrong, putting down a Bower from Ct'dar St., you llvo nnd to their." durable, reasonable priced roof up on Troy avenuo to Moscow avomio, you will be interested in Bull wwit 011 Mohciow avenuu to Moultftn Mooon fruit Jnra half gallon crc a Wa trcot, w.t on M011U011 atret For the money Hick- Dog Roofing. tlozon and quartu DOo u dozoa. bash Btreot. and north on Wabaah man lldw. Co. there is nothing half so good. Jo-Ko- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. see why they cost you so much. Take one of those husky hoys of yours to the Endicott-Johnso- n dealer in this town and fit him out with a pair of Endicott-Johnso- n shoes. Wnlch those shoes. See how long they wear son shoes cheaper than nny other shoes of the how their shape holds, nnd their good same general type you ever bought. looks. Boys and girls are not half so hard on shoes as you think. by the Leather It's the leather that's had "process-tanned- " Trust for profits instead of service. Then the Trust runs up the price of leather lo suit itself. Add to that price the four profits thnt the ordinnry shoes pay to Trusts and Middlemen and you np-pof- n jut ntr-w- l lJ shoes nre made of leather that you simply cannot buy in nny other make of .shoes nt nny price. It is tanned by Kndicolt, Johnson & Co. in Kndicott-Johnso- n Your local shoe dealer gets them direct from the Endicott-Johnso- n factory no profits to Trusts or Middlemen. get Endicott-Johnso- their own tanneries. They arc the only shoe manufacturers in America who arc independent of the Leather Trust. And what is more you get Endicott-Joh- n Besides boys' shoes nnd girls shoes you can n lines for men nnd women. Dress nnd business shoes (the ENDWELt lint Goodyear welt selling nt $3.00, $3.50 and $400), work shoes 500 styles and sizes in ull. Remember the name of the makers Shu-niui- ENDICOTT-JOHNSO- N SULLIVAN BROS, "man, EXCtUSIVE DEALERS Ky d ran learn tue names of their home Shoe buyers who Vive outmde the city where th pM-- Is puhlis-iedealers who carry KNDWKI.I. Shoes by wriliuis to KmluMtl, Johnson & ( o , 1 mlicott, N. Y li, Hickman will havo an aredomo next Special judKoa wero uarueJ as follows: JudRo J. n. Hnnna to Kstil Beware of Schmidt, tho Tailor. county; Juilgo McKcnzIo Mosa to Imitations. Knox county. C. W. Holcombe will lenvo tomorCarllnle. Cupid lias gono on a vacounty. Notwith- row for his homo at Phoenix, Miss. cation In Nicholas standing the fact that there arc usuallloinember wo handle tho celebratly many mnrrlacea hero during tho Hickman Hardmonths of June nnd July, an examina- ed Mason Knilt Jars. shows that not a ware Co. tion of tho records marrlago llccnso has been Issued In Miss IU1U1 Douck has roturne to her this county ulnco the 15th day of Juno. homo In Chicago, mftor a short visit of with her mother, Mrs. C. A. Holeombo residenco Owlnesvillo. Tho Simpson Turvls, a farmer, caught flro Mrs. James Taylor and daughter, from a dofectlvo lino nnd burned with, all Its contents. There was no Insur-auc- Mrs. O. H. Brown, of Longviow, Tex., nro vislUng their undo, J. W. Bog-erThoy arrived hero Sunday. Goodnight. J.lghtiilng struck tho The Couriorr ncknowfledgos compli barn of Walter Owens, and tearing out one end of the barn ran down through mentary tickets from tho management n lot of hay and struck a inulo. knock of tho I'aducah Cliautnuqua, which is ing tho animal down. However, It did to bo held rho week of July --'3rd. A not Ignite tho hay or kill the mule, tho very Interesting program has been animal getting to It feet and walking preared. away in n fow minutes. Contractor L. I McCIavy, who Is Spontaneous combustion, Olasgow. tho government loveo overstarted by a pair of Hickman, was hero on business alls, owned by a pnlntor who was employed in painting tho residence of Tuesday. Mr. Mo. is a fine follow Dr. Ii. E. Williams, catno near cnusluu and wo trust ho will continue his stay; among us. the destruction of tho residenco. o. bo-lo- w paint-soaked Public Sale. Tlio undersigned will offer at public snlo to tho highest and bast bid-o- r, at his farm Uireo miles west of Jordan and eight miles east of Hickman, 011 Tthursday, July 27, at 10 o'clock a. m., tho following described projwrty : 6 J17-.W- - head Horses. Pigs. Flock thorougnbred White 7 head Cattle. 23 head Hogs. 17 26 stock Sheep. Fine -1 Rock Chickens. o, Farming Implements Cultivators, Blners, Mowers, Plows, Harrows, Wagons, Buggies, Etc. Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms will bo mndo known on day of sale. In ctso of rain sale will bo hold on Friday. A. K. McCONNELL,. ko Our New Roofing Bull Dog Roofing Nobrarska farmer, In writing to a friond, was trying to give somo Idou of tho productivoiK'ttt of tho soil out thero. Ho snUl tliuy had to mow tho gmsn off the wxl house, door to find (he baby On family near him liad twin babies with only ono cradle, nnd tho kid thnt had u sleep on tho floor grow twlco an fnBt as tho other, nnd they had to alternate to keep them growing even. Where tho soil Is richest n man dares not stand on 0110 foot for nny leugUi of time, lost tho leg becomes longer and. bothuro his walking. A Marshal Jno. Wright loot a horso Thursday night valued at W0. Tho animal wrvs itLsoncd by Komo dis gruntled, person who took that cow ardly plun of "getting even." Poison was found in tho feed trough. Job 1 I GROCERIES I I Phone 4 C. H. Moore XJ331 t Ueiitenant- - Covornor's raoo d of tlu Aiidltor'8, wns tlie cIoh-tt- t In tho Democratic primary dufoatod Ktlnanltt by nearly 1,800, whUo Dosworth's majority over Lafcon la noarly 2,000 TJ10 in-.ti- LET US SHOW YOU Reynolds, Moss Co. Tho boy that Jumps Into the first thai offers, whether it Is agreeable or not, Is tho boy who Is ciiod-01- 1 comes along when the Is Tho hoy trundling a wheol-barrotaken, while tho boy playing marbles In the shade is left; tho boy cheerfully uli. ding Uie baby on the front fitep Is Invited to put on n boy's suit while the one playing hookey Ls refused a Tho C, M & O. frolght and passen plaoo to drive a dirt cart. ger depot in West Hickman is near I Is unlawful for Canadian Uibtles comploUon, nnd will bo a handsome to bo permitted to grow and where Uttlo structure. thoy nro allowed to grow tho owner G. Big stock of Hrldles, Collars, Wagon of tho land is subject to a fine of Commonwealth Attorney II. I,. Smith i.incs, tiroecmnfi aim nannies tor uiu Mates Unit he does uot desire to logging trodo. Hickman Hdw. Co. pmsecuto onyono guilty of lotting tho Svo from $1 to $2 a thousand on thistleH grow on their premises hut your shingles by buying direct from If they nro not cut down nt onco ho will bo coiiiMlled to look after tho mill. C M Yarn RhlniU Co ma'er Several property owners In Miss Jowoll King visited Miss Mo- nud around Hickman will do well to llis Altan at Fulton last Friday. ronicinbor this. boy-hunt- Double! Yotectibii Flro departments aro necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out tho flro, water may do as much damage as tho fire. Flra Insurance protects you against tho loss by flro as well as the loss by water damage. A fire insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. R. T. TYLER, Agent mmwvwWAAAAtAmm ; ty&$&&i&jfcw&yk , a .,..: a ! W "" .. M ..! ". v ihe Courier s WccKly Sermon Giving - : Ey. Lump Coal GEHENNA FIRE! "Where Their Worm Diet!) Not and the Fire Is Not Quenched." Pastor Russell Lesds an Exploration Party of Toronto Bible Studsntt In a Critical Investigation of "Gehenna." Stripped of Superstitious Accretions, Ha Dectaros It "the Second Death." Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of I 56 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked : : Baby a "Bath : : : : : - 4.50 Ml Let me save you money on your coal. For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this place t much lees than It Is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming implements and poultry already on It. II : : : i : V : ; ; ; . , : ; ; ; in a handsome, warm bath room is the event of the day. If you have the baby we'll supply the bath room and heat. And you ought to have such a room, baby or no baby. It will not cost too much if you have us do the plumbing. We'll put in the tub, toilet and heater for much less than you probably imagine. STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH --"v xUti. II, xxlii. 15. 3.1. -- . ;tu Jame M. IV 17. Luke xlL MHrU III. (I in wlmt d(MM this word Qthtnna rt'ferTr ts it u mime for Purgntoryl Or Is It n tiniiie tor n still worse place : : : : : : : : : July ; ; Hickman Tin. warrants were served on & Plumbing Co. REVENGE ON . Both Phones Mo. 75 I Ftour Sher- WEATHER MAN iff IU B. Wallace of Graves County, Friday charging him with collecting taxes on property which had not bt'U assessed by the county assessor, or certified to by the county clerk. The warrants wero issued at the instance of Aaatatnnou Stato Examiner E. G. Ho)l, who has been there for .several mouths conducting an examination of former Sheriff llrand'a books for four years, and ahw for one year of Sheriff WnUaco's term. Air. Wal-lac- o Popls Anxiously Looking for Right Conditions Chuckle Whn He Catches a Bad Cold. A grin transfigured the faoe of the hipping clerk whq had telephoned to the weather bureau for particulars on the day's atmosphsrio outlook. The gTln conveyed a pleasing message to the manager, "No storm In sight, eh?" he said. "No," said tho olerk; "but that wasn't what I was laughing at That follow down there has got a cold. He's so hoarao he can scarcely speak." "A cold, has heT" said th manager, and then he also smiled. In the course of the day hundreds of people about town ohuokled gloe-full- y beoause the weather olerk had lost his voice. The olerk was aware of the hilarity bis affliction caused. Tor the first time since I hare 'been connect ad with the bureau," ho said, "I have been able to make tho people happy. As soon as an Inquirer "perceived that, my head was all stopped up he began to feel better. If I had predicted a tornado within six hours he would have laughed. Nothing that I oan think of makes such a strong appeal to the new gen eral publics sense of tumor as a case of lnfluenxa in the weather office. The chief and three of his clerks had colds not long ago, and everybody who heard about it thought it the best Joke of the season. Apparently they consider us responsible for their own sniffling, and they rejoice la. a belated revenge." A Cough, A Cold And then no telling what unless you uso Dr. Bell's It la the best, ask your neighbor. Look for tho Boll on tho Bottle. Sold every eavo bond in tliu sum of $400 for trial before County Judge Monroe The warrants are tbo result of a recent examination Into books of Sheriff Wallace, Whore it was found that he had made collections as charged I Lho warrants, but which ho had since nettled in full with the state. Mr. Wallace 6ays he is not alarmed over tho outcome in the leant and feels ho will be exonerated. Ho soya sheriffs in other countiea have boen doing as ho has done. jjil. ', ', M. TYLERJ Attorney-at-Luw J 3 ; and Notary Public J ; Will practice in all Courts of the State. I ; XTIolgxruvn, Ky. ', u it . LOf fice with B. T. Davis 3 J ', where 8 Jewel Box Alarm. now interested in my lady( Jewel box with burglar alarm works la, . KELLY It When the burglar picks up the box, or tampers with It the thing getsi Attorney 'dt'Latv busy with moro noise than an alarm; dock. Tip's advloe to any lady whoi Clinton, Kentucky la warned by an alarm clock Jewel box' xnat a burglar Is in the room with her Oni'knlh of U feti to Chrtslttnltt. u to refuse to be wakened by it and to interfere with his enterprise. Same advloe to men. That device lets Mr. Burglar get too near before setting upj ii cianging ciamor. Tne less fooling anybody doee with burglars at close quarters the hotter. The kind of burglar alarm to recommend itself tol people who think their lives are morel -- ASK FOR RATES- Valuable than precious stones would be one that would tell you the dark- lantern visitor was coming when he. 'Women sufTerlntr from nnr form of W. J. McMURRY was Ave blocks away from your house. Illness are invited to promptly Attomsy-at-Lawith Mrs. rinkhuin at Lynn, Mass. All letters aro received, oiKined, Office la Davis Building on corner. Summer Colds read and answered by women. A wo Hickman, Ky. Ar harder to relieve than winter onou man can ireoir talk but they yield Just as readily to treat of her private went with Dr. Bell's to a woman; DR. K. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Sold everywhere. Ixwk for the Bell tints lias been cm. Dentist oa tho Bottle. 8 (l II tuhllslied this bet wo en rjAvldsoa's old atand. Phone No. 2. Al vr- Airs. I'inklmin nml Styles In Cigarette Cases. the women of The nowest cigarette case Is a com- America which lias never been broken. blnatlon of gold and platinum, very HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. i CTa fciHioiXTT Never lias slut milt. thin and perfectly flat, carrying only a Funeral Director and Embalmers. single row of clgurettes. Tho curving llslied n testimonial or used a letter without styles are no longer considered tho writer, tho written consent of tho and never hat tho Company Pfceae 24, day or night. mode, the new cusos being so Hat that allowed these confidential letters to Hlcknaa, Ky. they are easily carried in the veMt pet out of their possession, uh tlio pocket Theso are in gold with stripes Hundreds ot thousands or them in of platinum, tho stripa being some- their flluau ill attest. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO times ono sixteenth of nn inch wide, Out of tho vast volumoof experience Everything kn Photography or asaln live or six hair-line- s of plati- which Mrs. rinkhain lias to draw num unite to form a stripe on the gold from, It is mora than possible that she Style, Quality and Prices Hlght lias gained tho verv knowledge needeii surface. Next to Price House in your case. Bho asks nothing in ro iiirn except your good win, nnd her III every homo where is a liby ndvlco lias helped tlioiisanda. Surely W. F. MONTGOMERY Uiere Bhould uIbo be n hotllu of Ale any woman, rich or jwor, Hliould bo QKK'3 BABY KLIXHt. It may bo Biau to taKo aiivaniaKo of this gener. Undertaker needed at any tluio to correct our ous offer of assistance. Address Afrn I'inkham, euro of Hearse and drivers furnished on a'oniauh, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum Aicuicino uo L,ynn,Ljilla E. rinkhain Mass. iuer complaint. Itlsa w1io!eomoreiu abort notice. edy, contains no opium, morpldiie or Every ivomnn onj;Iit to liavc Injurious drug of any kind. Price 2Cc Tijtlla E. I'iiiklinm'.s 80-pifand COc pur bottle. Sold by Hickman WOODLAWN DAIRY Hook. It is not a hook for C Drug Co. general distribution, as it Ih too A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Paris is SMITh This text hits stood in the wnr of God's people for centuries. If. by God" Kmce, this rennon shall help even one hero present out of this horrible nlctitninre of the Dnrfc Ages, 1 shnll feel fully repnld And the publication of tlil yermon In morn tiinu n thousand iieMppiipers. I mny hope, will clarify the of many To what-ee- r extent It shall sweep away the cobweb of error nud brltiK enlighten nieut of iiiliid. It will surely bring nn liiereice of rest ami of love to the Cre-nt- r mid n cirrvsKi)dliii; and comfort to the lieliever" heart. Ah for the worldly, ne rnnnot expect them to utulerstnnd much of tho Divine program now They must wnlt for the ilnwn of the New Dispensation Kingdom, when nil the of blind eye shall be opened and ail the denf enr unitopped. "Gehenna" Hell. As we hare heretofore soon, the only Hebrew word translated hell, from (Sonetn to Mnlnchl. In hcal. which i lnllerlmlnntely trnnlnted grate, pit nml Ml In our common version of the nihle--nn- d the greater numlier of time proper translation ItsOreek ararc-- lt equivalent In the New TcMnmcnt I Smlci. wbli-- likewise Is indiscriminate-ltrntiHlutol grave nnd hell, but nlways fliuuld be rendered grate. No scholar In the world will claim that there Is the sllglnest thought of life or suffer ing connected with these words. The Scriptures declare that there is neither wisdom, nor device, nor knowl edge In thral to which nil, good and bad. go lit death, nnd remain until the In tho New Testament resurrection the word larlarus occurs ouco only and Ih mistranslated htll, whereas It should be rendered our earth't atmiuphtrt. It has no referenco whatever to humanity, but to tho fallen angels. The Apostle says that as a punishment Doing hard work in a bent or loop"(led east them down to tarturut, reserved in rhalns of darkness until tho ing position putri a stitch In Uio lxa.k Judgment of the great Dny" (II Peter that U iKilnful. If the muscles lmw become btmlned, you can't got rid of it II. II. without help. The great penwtrnUtiK Today wo will cxnmlno the fourth Iowor of HAU.AHD'H SNOW L1NI and last word translated Aril in our MENT will uppoAl to you mont otrom; common Kngllsh Bible. This won! In ly at uch tliiios, bocnuw It is tho very the (ireek Is uthenna. It occurs but Ihlni: j ou ntn-d- . Prico 26c, f.Oc and twelve times, as follows Matthew y, 11.00 per boUie. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 lai lln Toronto. Cnnndn, 10. Pastor HuHxell lectured here today under the uumiIcos of the "luternntlonnt llll.lo Students AsIlln sociation " text wn, "Where their worm dleth ti it and the flro is not q ti o n c h o d" - (Mnrk ix. 41). Up mid y Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good barns, one 36 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of th place In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre of unending torture as our Protestant alto alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and ail other crops of this section. A We answer, no. It Is tine i reeds divlare? stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live n figure of speech used to symtiollie stock and about S00 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with !h dentil from Heeoud Detttb-l- he wlileh there will be no nsturnvtion -- place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range of the everlasting destruction ineutlonist 5,000 acres for stock. These good wells and pumps on farm. by 8t. Paul The tiwic word grhrnna Is the synoLand Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depot nym for tho Hebrew wonl Its. No better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Invssti which melius. "The valley of lllunoin This valley Is rejieatedly uieiitluintl In gatlon you may care to make. tho Bible. Tbo Unit reference to It Is This Is an extremely low price, as low a any unimproved land, lit Joshua xv. H. At n time when the Israelites hecsme ssdly involved In but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a good idolatry, this valley was us a crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good In ss'-rs- l plor An Image of the hen vestment, It will pay you to buy this place. then pxl. .MoUm-Ii- . wan ereetisl nml Is rn elites nfTeri-i- l their ehllclrell on sne rltiies in the Idol letter, lest the people should again rustiHit. the reiert le u h sins-killws deso'RlltsI It berniHi' Hlle dumping I'Ihi e for the tilth of JeriHN NltlUtMls HRil It is elullllisl U'lll MHiie nl Ihe tllixt rtmlimls after ri e iiliii nete tlirWH therein, the ivih-iifnsllng iikiii litem No im wHMilit to liiHiler the worm fnnii iitsklng h ipmi4i'te ilestntrlo In ih ixiitijjH of the xnlloy llntt for the rnMMUMIithm of Hh lisle detirts. hihI ItrliHsliiue was mill thill Ibe fumes ltsttll disriy 8H lertns f dlswe This was I lie yrhrn f our utMl's day He ues II a h Snow FInke Flour. lllnstrHilec the Sevuml Dentil. whN'h Will lie Ihe tH11i Wtlflll Htll Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. ners !! usl ll also In ronnis-lhFull line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. with ither symlmt in tho MMtk t wtHTe He explains II In Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. i the Cwsjifil I lea I h I his "Where their worm oxitvslHi. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. iselli IhiI nml the tin Is not iillelirh e.1 slirnirM tlml Hie destnietlon of Full line of Hein7's, varieties. Imss rofwoHted would ts elu th . I hat mi4hlHg would lnterfen to them fnim ilestruetlun. Adninle will ls ilestroyisl. as the Herlp Christ dlisl that He lures ile. lure might hate the rightful authority to Telephone orders receive our personal attention. destnty Ailsmk- - ileal h and uplift nil of Adam's raei who will accept III fnvor hnck to nil that was lost In Adam, nnd redeeinisl at Calvary. Hut the Second Oiwlh Is n friend to nil who love righteousness, since It will utterly destroy such as have lovn or Plione sympathy for sin and refuse to le otsMlleiit to the Divine will after full enlightenment .0. r, uil s The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want wen-kliMlli- Grocery tm-iil- 57 se l'li-ie- Deliveries Prompt MATHENY BROS. & PLANT 74 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS Y, KhTAlll IrtllKli SsiML LHHHW I I TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. lHurrotxir to II (I lUium.tfr. ilrcrotrill Marble and Granite FREE SERVED rYoothful HISJIME AT SEA JilIB Monuments CURUING, STONE TORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky Experiences of 8lr Walter Runclman, Author of a Recent Book on Napoleon. ADVICE Business Directory TO WOMEN te ill-ne- y. UaW ji con-iltlen- Sir Wnlter Runclman, author of tho book on Napoleon, "The Tragedy of St Helena," Is a Scotsman. Tho sea early fascinated him, nnd at tho ago of twelve he ran away from homo, t lamped to a northeat coast port, and engaged hlmsslf as a cabin boy His duties made his position anything but a sinecure and tho treatment ho la It completed his disillusionment with referenco to thta particular vessel. The tyranny Anally beoame unbearable and he managed to deeamp an Irish port IBs love for the sea, however, remained, and before long iho was serving on an Arnerioan vsxweL where he spoedlly became well llfcod. Unfortunately, his former captain, jplqued at hla successful escape, had him oaptured nnd brought back Heavy punishment followed, with tho not unnatural consequence of a second flight, which resulted m his getting to a boat upon whloh he served the full term of his apprenticeship. At the right moment he left the sea ,for the business of ship moving and (management. Ho has found time to Iwrlto three books besidee his neweet, and to take part In politic. nusaC?9'. SsXs?? Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHLKtt It. T. I"AVIS llr.J. M. IIIUIIIAItll KENTUCKY J.J.O. ,t IHUKIiTOItH OKI). T.A.I.KDKOIU) IIKNllV HANOKIt Il.TllltKf.KKM) llONDtniANT Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treutment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS JJ O liONliUKANT, l'r.lileni II. V ItAMAOK, Ais't Oaihl.r J. A. TIIOMTHON, Cashier " Xjan.A.-7-3- n T Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Cvery Dody Satisfied UW Dr Hull's for cougJw, colds, grip or nny tiinuat or bronchial troubln. Oct a itoUlo today. Look for tho Ikdi on tlio liottlo. 8 Who hn Dou't forgot to renew your subscription to tho Courier. Tho paper stops when tho time la out no exceptions. For Coughs and Colds., LAUNDRY -- AT- DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N For Intornal nnd External Pains. Tako that prescription to Holm & I'uro drugs, quick aurvlcu, ruasonublu prlcuu. Kllluou. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices ;c Txt dairy in The only Fultoa County, te Screen doors and flxtarea nolo Mom Oa. expensive. Jt is free and only Go carta, hammocks and porch at Bey obtnlimliln lv mull. Wrlln f swings. St. Louis Furnlahlmc Co. "sella it tat (Ma." It today. I Lot us figure on that bill of ber. Reynolds Mom ft Co., In lumd. I1 Ftm lee Water at JI. X. OurUa'e. The Great DRY WEATHER Sale Every Day We Put Out Special Big Bargains This and Next Week Attend the Only Big Sale o:fi yott lose uvnoisrinrx' NAIFEH BROS. D. C. COMPANY This and lYext Week Only Wo are aulhorUod to uunouncu Virginia Luton POOR OLD EXCITABLE NEW YORK! Rees Lee Crippled. L-I Ats Line Str Ite broko tuifl Suturdity night after getting lo uiilett below Hlckmun nnd wus towed back to this plueo Sunday morning by tlu Str. Mongol Box Co. Cypress Shingles J 1.25 a thousand CONFERRED WITH TAFT at mill six miles southwest of man. Hick- C. M. Yates Shingle Co. candUluto for nuporliitunueiit of Qtciiuotn of Kulloii County, subject to Tl.' -- bo action of tbo DeinoaraUc tuirly. MocUon Nov. 7, 1911. .i Note Indicates the President Sano tloned Choice After Question Wa6 Discussed Two Waeka Before Election. TIME TABLE C, M. & G. R. R. (Effcctlvo June 4, 1911) Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Hickman Oyersburg Hickman Oyersburg Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg Hickman 6:30 a, m. 8:30 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 noon 5:30 p. m. 8:30 p. m. IN AVIATORS REACH FIRoT EOINBURQ RACE. UP IN Tin lMnt curried 257 hale n 1,010-MIL- Vedrlnea It First to Arrive and tenant Conneau Follows Him Quickly. Llsu- - Fwaa the llrat of the aviators to renrh FKdlntiurc In tho 1,010 miln circuit Trace for the l)ndon Dnily XI nil prut-Es- t kftjcUxk Edlnburs. July 26. Jules Vcdrlno llu left llrnilou at 4 anil arrived hero at 14 59 saving Uaumont Andre (Lieut Comivau), the first to start Beaumont arrived a (aw minutue 110 000 aid lovrd ly It It 343 miles from Hendna to Vadrlne and Beaumont lEdlaburc Urn later dlatauco In approximate- atop Marrogato and Newcastle. The blrdmeu gut an ovation from A treinrnuous la Iramenve throne frhout wnt up n Vdrlno npirarwd on the horizon Hardly had he alight 4 waen Beaumont, tha French naval rmlcn, bove la sight. lWaumont left llendoa at 3 69 a. ra, reaching Harrogate at 7 oi. cov erlne the 182 alio stretch lu 3 hourn and t ratnutoa, a suatalned fllslit of Vodrine almoat a mllo a mlnuta started four minutes after Beaumont and arrived- - at Harrogate at 7 05 Tn huura, with brief at k a heavy cargo of freight. umiUle to continue her trip for axinil days the company wvld tho r Ironil fare of all pa.sh.ngers who dowim! to continue tho journey before nuotfujr boat arrived. Ticket k nt K. C Johnhon, of tbo N. C & St I. , m11 one party tlckist for 03 to Memphis, and oeral filu-,'- l. tleketH to other po4n. Agent IIiwm of the C , M. & G , sold 77 tlek- "i for points on hb road. The xe-- i .under of tlio iwsenKer, who were .t rely out for n good time, s4ayod was carried to "on Uio boat, wHi1oh Cairo for rwiwlrs. A bunch of boys and girls got on the Stnikor at Now Madrid and canie up to u way landing to moot tho ltoea, on which Uiey oxixictctl to Tlio broko down boforo sli.- pot that fur down, and the youn folks wore comielled to sjH'iid Uio night In the wood. Not knowing of tlio to tho boat, hey waited until fconut tiuio Sunday befor finding n way to get home. Bo-ihn. patongrH, bo lla GATES WORRIED BY NOISE . Friendly.... Whatever wc can do to make our drug store a pleasant shopping place, wc most gladly do. All the little courtesies and ac1 commodations which wc may put at our customers' disposal are a pleasure to us. We want and wc have friendly customers. Those who know us, and our meth- American Much-Neede- Millionaire Kept From Rest by Rum bllng of Trains. "CEMENT GUN" AT CANAL Compressed Air Apparatus Fires Cov ring Onto Cultbra Wall With Satisfactory Results. Washington, July 26. A test of tha ceroant etui hb a means of coating thu surface of rook In Culebra Cut, Panama Canal Zone, to prwvont disintegration, la In progress. Thu do called la a coniprrssed air apparatus for forcing ceiuont and aand from a tank throujch a uozzle, at the mouth of whloh water la inlxod wlh these materials, forming a concrete which la cast upon tha aurfaco to bo coated with auch forco us to bucomo part of tha rock Itself 'Kor tho work la Culebni Cut tha apparatus la tnountod on a flat car, at ono end of which to a bin for mix-ln- e tbo sand and cement. One da)' aupply la carried, or enough to coat 300 aquare yards with a layer 1 Inch thick, in nluo hours of work. Tho machine was tested by allowlug It to coat a boiler with asbestos. u" ods; who believe in us as friends would. Helm & Ellison Show Boat Coming. Tho CoUon lllomioin, one of tho very beat boat bIiows on the river, will bo in Hickman on the night of Tiicsdii), Aug. 1st UiHt year tlrjs boat made tho bit of tho boosou. In mar.y rosiH'tts," It Is '? a cbisn to Paris, July 2B. To oppressive heat of tho past few days, together with tho rumbllnc noisa from tho trains la tha underground railway which runs by the Hotel Maurice, have duprlved Joan W. Oatos, the American millionsleep and have aire, of not tended to the bettering-- of his condition. Mr Gates Is at times much agitated and nervous and his sitting up so frequently Is a result of this ncnous-nes- s and does not denoto improvement. While tho Gates family is optimistic over the oitcomo of the case, the physicians are not so confident. They say he can not b pronouueed out of danger for several days. much-needo- Washington, July 25. Another per-ao- n appeared lu the evidence before Ui Irluer Invesl.guUng committee to claim credit for the olection of the This was former Illinois senator. Representative II. S. Uoutello, of IlliQ. M. ROB8. nois, now minister to Switzerland. Hlnos was recalled to the Eaward stand to supplement hie previous Ho produced a sheet of plain DR. A. 0. LOIG-jiECKE- R paper on which was written: "I should like to have the senator know who was the only man In Wsn-lagto- n Graduate of Chicago Vet. to bo to the president In Ma College 1893. behalf and bring off the goods." Mr. Hlnes testified that this wu Livery Barn written by Representative Boutelle Office some time aft3n Lorlmer'a election BOTH PHONES and sent to him, Hlnes, enclosed In a letter upon another subject. Hlnes Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 said that It reforred to the fact that prior to Lorlmer'a two or throe weeks election Uoutello had tone to President Taft and discussed wlta the Calls promptly answered night or president Lorimers candidacy. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. Boutelle had told the president, Hlnes said, that Lorlmer was the only man who could be elected and that Mr. Taft had expressed his willingness to havo lorlmer elected, and declared that ho was eaUrely acceptable to him, as he very much wanted a Republican cbofcen. Mr. Hlnes explained that BouUUa had told him this some time after Lorlmer'fi election and somo time after he had written him. Hlnes said the note meant that Boutelle bad gono to tho front for Lorimcr and had gotten from President Taft an expression of his will1m i ingness to havo Lorlmor elected, and wanted Lorlmer to know Uoutello this, said Hlnes. Ast. You r TO PHOTO SOUL Physician SPIRIT Arrives Massachusetts at Many Analyses of Human Body. the Man But this May I Talk to One ' "Jrvfijl I INOURED WITH KENNEDY. Tin management eJalius to havo u butter show tliia leuson than ovur buforo. Tom llnusM. a transient negro, nin arrested la Won'. Ulckiuan, Sal'uiday, by 1'ollcomun llun.by, for flelillne U under My on, Henry Hoan, who on tho streets 21 yenm of ngu, Iioh left my liomo llu Is dolni; $11.60 time pontons who and I hereby iKrflfy nil Uive MtUKun and John Coldmnn tuny employ him that 1 fdiall colleit tho fhwt loan or limy broimlil in by legal process any nionoy that wjitormolons Monday. Thoy bo duo for 'his hlro. I also horeby wero r.ilseil In tho lowor bottom ff glvo notice Unit I shall not bo re- Tin-re'BpoiiBlblo for any debts he may coir-trahomo class to IletteruworUt Augl7 & Pmther'H l!5c Granger coffeo Havo -J J Iloiic you tried it? liom-gniwn s Special Notice. rruit JUro at BcUorawortii Poari Stono la visiting Mru, or'a. Wlloy, at Uoiuu City.. 3M Mls & lath- - Mormons Observe Pioneer Day. Salt Lako City. Utah, July 26. Pioneer Day, commemorating the arrival of Urlgham Young and his followers In tho Salt Lako valley, July 24, 1847. was celebrated as usual by the memTho Hickman Ice & Coal Couiikuij's bers of the Mormon church throughnow woll will HKin bo fluLshed. A out Utah and In other states whero kusin somo 15 feet In dianmtcr and Uio church has planted colonics. 2C foot Ueop litis boon dug. Whllo the Minnesota Is Well Soaked. well was sunk to a dopth of 1200 feet Minneapolis, Mlnu., July 25. The in the bono of gottlug overflowing rain soakod proverbial "million-dollar- " water. Uio Bujiply will bo taken from Minnesota, and not only Minnesota, a Htr wim in puro white sand at adep for Provldenco ope' d tho clouds over U of C3.r foct. Tlio pump will bo con- all tbo Northwebt and made tho lands WIFE STABBED nected direct to Uio city niaiius, and glad. From points in every state In DESERTED wo will got Uio fiuiwt wutor Hickman-lto- tbo wheut belt come the reports that Lucas Schottmueller Steals Into the water foil In abundance. havo over had. to Carry Home of Mother-ln-LaOut Death Threat. D. We ur- Informed that Mrs. S Luton and daughter, MImj Mlilam, Bt. Louis, July 25. While bis wife will leau nloiit the first of August held their baby lu her nrms, and In for Old wine, Iowa, to Join hor husson, the presence of their band. Mr. I.ut iu haa a, good pobitlon Lucas Schottmueller, a cigar maker, crept Into tho homo of her mother, will probably make thoio uml th-No. 4228 Cote Brllllante avenue aud Ulilwlne tluJr futtiro honiu. I DIDN'T. stabbed her In the back. Sho probably Is mortally Injured.' Schottiuuol-lo- r Kuril Ilornedi-roturiied Satnixlay escapu'd. from a two months Junket with the MioS Stolln Stoltz has roturiied to Minneapolis barfuhnll club and a stay her home In Sturgeon, Mo t after a U11 on Mluiietonku Ijiko. wifh her suitor. Mm. W. C. Stings or bites of Insects that nro Spoir followed by swclllugs, pain or Itching C W CiirUn. Sid Hnniby, A. 0 Ir should be treated prompyy nshey nro Klmbro nnd others ntteued tho ball Wm Ikw returned last wivk from jiobonous HAUJVRU'S SNOW LINIgame nt Kulton, Monday a visit with relatives nt Cobden, III MENT counteracts Uio poison It Is Mrs K, 11. IVather wna In Kulton, Groat voluoa In Clothing nt Sullivan both antiseptic and healing, Price 25c 6(K and $1.00 per fcuUlo. SoUf bylllck Monday. Broa. 4 luiia 3cu Go. y d Haverhill, 'Mass., July 25. In his search for tho human soul, that quest which bus enthralled men in all ages. Dr. Duncan MacDougall of this city, who claims to havo welched the solu of a dying man, and who has tested tho passing of the spirit by powerful rays In all the colors of the spectrum, Is now waiting with keenest Interest to obserie what may be done to picphotos. ture the spirit in "The soul Is a definite weight ranging from about three fourths of an ounce to a little more than an ounco, and In relation to light It is Identical with the ether of interstellar space. I have come to the punitive conclusion of the negative quality of tho soul, namely that Its Index of refraction to light is zero." whole community. paper talks an advertisement in to the Catch the Idea ? J)owteProtecti( on Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as tho fire. Flrej Insurance protects you against thai loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We rep resent only such companies. QIMa R. T. TYLER, Agent e , Weekly Commercial Appeal and Hickman Courier OE THE HICKMAN COURIER "Ccvers Western Kenhnki IZTttJiJJR FOR C. A. Perry Dead. ClmrloH Alexander Perry died at liht home In this city Tuaitday morning at 3 o'elook. after un lllneaa cov 1 XI 03 Farmers of the condition of I will offer for an If to Hi ami lHHt bidder at my fane . a lea eaat of HlrkHKia tin town of Iflrknmii. iVHinty weal or Jordan atal aeti-- imi ilolii lmlii u( Killton. Ntntonf Kfiiturky. l tlm el. wo of I'alon City, on ot iHKliifMou tli mil ilnr of July. 1911 Thursday, August 1, 's all wy stock ami fttrtolua imi ItHMHIIU'KH i laoltidlHg 12 head of koi- ' . .. IIII.IMia about 41 head of fiwiru unit illeintiU .. hoa. nail a It. H. HI otlmr IUiihU, Htnek nut TfJW of latttle. vtiaeil. IHtalfr, hi heetirltlm lm (real Satiik swir m VHlora, eta. luiimehutii hihI k Aatunl eiuti un IwiiiI Mt4a furMMre. Terma Ml be ioa. i. llMO BHil rlmlU Olirka, dajr of Nde. Sate bgin far etenrlMir Moi hh a'rlock If ntlH liMerferfe 1. eot OtrtlrMfWlrcuriU. ... Ml Ul the Ml will Wl tt Ittaee IIh f nenlrHftiliieirMll.. (larrMit ima- - ml ! II (O tbty imIiI.. Prlda. -- R. V. Itenl Hlnte. rtirnatl Flilafee. WilM other iuet Hut laelHttrtl Hinlnr oi ITCHINQ 6KIN QUICKLY COou. KI17 of the ulaiVtt lieml SPEER & Like the Vev" SEXTON, PUBLISHERS 6ubcrlptlon CLOTH OR Rates, $1.00 per year Local $ Miotic 38 for groceries. Chats News is scarce Ask for Margaret Flour. M4m BiiHtia Hallow U vlalUng rela- I O IIT Public Sale. d Merchants h 1 SERGE COSTUME ring a priod of two yirs. howater, been conflnetl to I If hail, IxhI ll 1 In Either Material Thli Design Would Make Up Most Effectively, Sheet Music at Fethe Ct .xrlle Aloxander & French's. With Russian Coat. ' was hero from Jordan, yestorday. tives at Rardwell. j.t Cloth or serge might be used (or Monoy saving prices at Smith & this costume, which Is very smart Aniborg"6 Rig Sale. style; It has the skirt cut narrow at foot, and trimmed with, two pieces A. W. Fowler and wife, of Cnyce, of wide fancy braid taken round wore hero Wednesday. lower part aa far as sldo of fronts, where other pieces are sewn. J. H. Millet and .wife are In The Russian coat has the left side UiJs week visiting relatives. of front quite plain, while tho right Let your bargain Inatlnola ulde jou to Sinitli & Amltere's Dig Sale. Mrs. Joo Noonon and son, a new A I.. 1'. KltlhOH. of HMhmii Ilrox, ban lIupnioKHe niHnboiit. ialr of rhllil's mm1 iwmdnls tlit office. Cull ami gt left at them, e ltxtm prices. OtNtldor dotWiut at extra low Smkh d AtnlmrgV Hlg Sab- - AlWt via-i- t Jinjao Naylor, J. W. ltonay anil Johwon ware In Inltn. Tuafulay. Turnip I left (his morning fnr Danlwell lo mkmI relative. 1aV Round-away- 3& ifJia billy 1 u ' prith . Carl Townsond returned Monday lo Mies., nfier a vMt to of N'MhvlllS, ltt Hm Mr. PttiUM-oHt- , . homo folks. ttuettt of his friend and colku oham. WWIlo Ambrg. Mtes Annie Ijancnster, of WOea-ter- . Ky., Is vteMng tier aunt. Mm. O. II. II. nnd Oanronee Whipple, of W. Whipple. Ilandann, are vtaltdHt their abttrr, Mrs. It. 11. 3iHlht There's sonin cln88 to UeUorawiirth &. Prattler's SGc Orangor coffee. Have N. N. TowihwihI, of Hast PmIHe, ou tried lit itlng hl parotrta, J. II. 1w-hoix- l Is and w1f, nnr town. Dolbort Choate and Huorn Ilrown mode a buaineaa trip to Union City Its an uncommon tltlng to twy night. floor coverings oh clump aa you'll IHg Mrs. S. M. Hubbard and Mm. J. M. find thorn In Smith & Ambora'a Sole. Rrtd loft Unlay for New York, where tlw-will spend a month. Frel Uondurnnt, of Route 3, waa MisH Faustina Wlngo, of Trotevnnt, klcktil by a young horao lat.wMk. Tenn., visited Rev. and Mrs. Spur-geo- o Ha la recovering alcwly from lrta Wlngo last woek. Tut-wliy 1'iaUiar. of Juit bulk for fall ww rcolvd. lictUfawortli ft In only a fow weeks previous to hU dnth Aeoordlng to aUondliH? hla dmth wiu the rreult of tHberrulosIa of the Nine which flMally 'oIipjI bla hand. Charlie wax 3 yenns M kiat mouth Ifr was born nnd roared lu llkkiuan. nml hud spout in out of liU life here. r He whs n win of Mr. and Mr Perry. Thirteen year ago be waa uaMrl In ttKirrkme with Mlea Annie SuKluMiiiau, of Owofola, Ark. Tti thta union lKrn one clilhl Gtytlr He la Hhv aainlved by hi half alMar, Mm. II. Moore, or thla rty, and a brother, J M. Perry, of New lliertn, li. aeraral yenns iat, Mr. I Wry has baeu oh the oleridHl force of the Mvnjtfl Itox Co.. and ana n trtmted awl wlualilrt man lu ta office lite aaerluleHleit of thla tbtjwKH at tella ua tlkat Charlie waa oae of tkf leat and moot enpcvble offl hmi la the coatimny'a aervlce, aad that hla Durtag 8 place will be hard to I) ljUtau'R tenn u ooatity rlork, Mr IVrry aa hla deptil', atal we have heard taaay Uowvn that ha waa tne t of the RMHt twvoiHHioileUajc and taen that ever held tWa )mU Alex-aade- ' '! 1 tk 'iu pirn rr t"nplll SHiplH. rafh I.IAIIII.ITIHH ttttfk mII In, la RVuMO far aoa the Hot a'aather Hfeoaa akin HMwy Hile, hut noa Itoh laaMiHtly. ) UMltvfclitl IHm,Uhh liMMtUMi i fHU MiiOlit IUVI at nllmm whleh latere liloh iHlnr- - K dnipa of tb Jnat a aeaUM a hater irean laUoa Mali U ioae im lu half an la tea Mt4aata- - Ish ia h- fv iJ.' - ttnai-IVrllKMt atyn ft at tw.miUtwa4flHif ...ft Mfw at Il tllM-e- l TV D U. laiwoWy atMie aw4i ft. tltHWka... ... . lHtelMtnHk Nate nial Mlla retoeaaatetl. HUH HI tilhr lUUIttlr nay It HUM )Me ... , aat of tkenlaire Utm4 laaual otm-petea- Uoa i You can Show your husband how saed n fow dollars If you take advertisement.iumh ndvantago of Smith & Amberg's Rig lliliyw you Head' Smith & )ou Ambers' Rig Hate You'll find many pritl away IkiJow Sale. m their real values. mill aide la trimmed with one wide rarer edged with brain, which also edge neck, forma waistband and trlma cuff a. . Ha of Tagml to match, trimmed a, yards 38 Materials required: llnchea wide, 6 yards braid, Etf yards lUt for lining coat feather mount li Mian Ilcaalo Roper ontortalned a Shoriff Johnson reports tax collect-lornumlMir of friends at her homo near extra good for tlmo of year In fact, ovor fS.000 ahead of this tlmo town, last evening, lu honor of Mlu Mary llurke, of Nashville. The occalast year. sion was thouruughly enjoyttl by all Frank Von Rorrlos and wJfo aro pnisent entertaining a new daughter at their Frank Darnett, of route 3, is quite homo. The little Miss arrived Tuessick. Ho was In town Saturday, and day; weight 9 pounds. While hero became exhntihtfd from Mrs. Onia Shaw and Mrs. Loula weakneMi on account of preWoiui will leave next Sunday for Washand luul to bo carried homo. Ho ington, D. C, whore they will spend Is Htill confined to his bed. a mouth tho guest of relatives. John Chambers, who made a gun Tho firms of Smith & AmberK and play In Uio Rond Addition, lat week Katfeh Bros., which have on special waa orrcHttil by Sheriff Johnson and Miles, aro doing a splondld buslnoss. flnl J20 in Judgo Nnylor's court There's no Utno in the year when Jolin wtis "flourislilng" a aliotgun, right prices and good advertising and the Inhabitants of tho hlU wuro wont coax out Uio idlo dollar. hard to find. At-wi- ll 111-- He had many frtatala throughout Atli; Uie news of ht with dep )th wlH Ik llrnav Haoen Mr. Perry waa a wan of hx1 tulaifarn Itl-M- J A JwlKwaMt. ctextr and axoANUMlatln. nf TtMinH. llil. 9Mh ilnjrJob.Jair. mhr tT, lull. l true to hla frtanda, aal lHwiat-iriuiiitlii ftilr tnaay cotatnendable qtHilklMt. He was (MKAI.l Notary PhWK- uachana)ag. TIm- aJa) the Coartar U among who alll tatrM him na aXriond and cKtaen, and R. A. M. Meeting. lair syinitliy to the berfnnl on MR. Funeral sttrvloea were held at 'J HkiktaaH tVuiter. No IV. It A M . Men-tn- , o'clock tli la morning by 4W hold a naavd meeting at Maaoa after which tho remalne were laid ti raat In the city catnatery by tc Hall. MiHiiHty ntrnalia;. July II. M' brellirfti In the ottW of the W 101 1. At 7 o'aliwk. for Mnrk, Paal nod M. H. degreoa ViaHora alwuy O. W. the nHitity, ami nK-elv- re-gr- rt. nf Knatlidkjr, I twHHir f PaiUNt. I I, J. A.Tawiima. ttntaitar of tae hUht axaieil lUak. il Htlamal tltut ! Hia itnieinunt t ira la Ih tmi mi kaonlnlKMmiil latMf, A. TiiaH fiMti. thidtter Oofrft It. M. lehaa lilipettte T, A. I.KHrwaa " aalla far $1 a t"f e to ky iinnmK arMHCeeaeat ytai in (4al Ktse bottle fW tt ceat mi- am wHt fee etHMHBk lo ahow yoa win ... IMM4 ahtaya reeoaaaeral I) UD I) H f a)h aMa troaaava D. ... ... lrwwtitHi W Laown for rVefn... . )tlt. irr tr HICKMAN DRUQ CO., Illokmaa. HulrllsHtfM y aae the wloomo. Old frteiHla aad aelahbora ait latrreataHl in leant that Mra Vt K of llak' Raaaera, fonaej-l)- lla 'Mtea.la-- . Jaly lath, al ttKof her -- m, J K Bnadrra. at ')' aooata. Teaa . ami waa Th latlttHi. On . oa tfee letlt mm Ute analveiaary of her hoK.i Ha4H. wtea oorttrnMl tiao year at DttKoa. wtaara ihey had Htadr u iHHaf itaee leaving Ihla cornm )ara am Mrs. Band era la tltr . of II II standee, of Oinaa-M4who is aell ktaiwa here waa a half atater of Mm. OVo Tarelkekl, and grandmother of lUre Makloi ami J. P. Maddox - laafi II. J. vr. II. P Sent Back Home. ftilro. U.t July 2C Nellie Parks, the young aoinan wlui taken from JOO Thirteenth atreet by Chief Hunn a fnv tlaya auo, was yealerday atnrted on her way home lo her father lit Hickman. Ky. Tho father the railroad faro for hla r daughter to Chief Kgnn nnd Uio placed her In chargo of tho with Inatnit'tlous to keep a close wnttih nixin her during the trip, for fear she would try to einpe Chief limn did not paico much confl donee in the girl as whe has at no tlmo expressed any regret at what she had dune and hnil no desire to return homo. s tele-irruph- It A. Tylar, Dr. SWy. Iltiltbanl U. wW lie ranteml"red tiy our readers na a ipx.l OirWkiH kal Ohrtailaa My Ctmreli: The aervlce J. M rMtirnd apondliHi Unlay CttrtatlaH frota Orvls SiiHIwn daya in Mayfleld. the ChrMlaa Church next SamtJ a lnt-io- con-tluct- "'I "I tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Courier Want Column Word per Week HATK8 One Ount UiwU in Advance. l" pr )Vl J il I I I 14-- iiI M-M- -l I 14-- l-f It looks very much like Fulton county will furnish to victims for tho electric chair aftor tho next term of court There are wo negro murder ers KILsha Scott and Jos) Moore, both of whom killed their mpn In the coldest manner, according to rcporta. Atty. J. W. Ronoy, Russoll and Gluey Jolinson left for Islington Monday, to carry two Fulton boys to tho reform achool. Tho youngsters wore sons of Mrs J. W. Witt, and wore sent at her rcriucHt because she was unablo to inanago them. wU tie Sunday iV'hool ol t 4 ih. I'rMacliag at II a at, of HaHy " l Mtwi Dottle IViriilum ia vtettlag In alajit lhare aMI bo no servloee tircwuH of tiie lent inraaUtw In IS" Mtaalaalppl ihta week. Hlckinan. Mrs. J. It. II row n nnd ilniialiter. MfMt Marino, are visiting In Union Cypreaa Shlngha $1.25 a thounni CKy. at mill six mllea aouUiacat of HlrV I,. 8 Shaw nnd sou. Cook, of May mnn. C. M. Yatea Shingle Co. field, wore the Ruoata of his mother. Pmtl Pi ult Jnrs at Ucttoraworth Mrs. Fnnnio Hhaw, alnoo our lost fw a Com-etahi- n la-su- r's. FOR SAliE: Brood mares and milk cowa. J. II. Saunders . 4t FOR SALE: Six thoroughbred Du- tfc roc Jersey Pigs. A. II. Leet 4 room RENT: over O. 1C Harbor rShop. II. M. Ellison. i . FOR residence Apply to 1 his space Keserved ror I i iM fl II Small silver rattle with a mother of pearl handle. Reward If 'Zg re u rued to tola of Ceo. LOST: FOR SAKE CHEAP, five good log wagons, In good condition. Cash or credit J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co., Hick man. If FOR RENT: a very deulrable fur nished room; river view, near heart of town. Two young men preferred. 2c Apply at this office. FOR SALE: 1 team work mules, ono mfe buiarr mare. 2 No. 1 milk cows; and Lfittloton' seed wheat.--W- . lp D. McGehee. route 4. FOR SALE: 117 acres land, two miles northwest of Joidan, 100 acre in cultivation, well Improved. Terms to suit purohaser. W. C. Sowell, It:!, l IHckman. STRAYED: From my place In Mis sissippi county, Mo., 1 blue mare mutu, 4 years old lGUs liauds high, blocky buUt. And 1 black nmre nuilo, high, white C years old, 151.-- hands hnlr collar mark on top of neck, Boar on right hind leg botween nnklo nnd v hock Reward for her recovery lc A. Illnrfhaw, Hickman. II Hip.ni9.n VHMIWM a m n s a m n n r. i;n MWIVVaMVM Tlio father, In conversation Chief Hgntj ovor tho tuleptiosie, wimt-to know If tho authorities hero could not hno her placi(l In tho atato reformatory. The chief did not think it was Just right for tho atato to take oaro of Kentucky charges and gave, htm no satisfaction on that acoro. Feeding London's Zoo, $23,400 to food tho animals tn tho London Zoo Inst year, hny. clorer, and fruit being tho threo t Items. Among the Items were: Hay, 161 loads; straw, 208 lnnds; tares, 1,188 bundles; mnlto, 360 bushels: rioo. 1U tons: canary seed. ISO bushels; Shrimps, 1,835 pints; nnd fish, 38 tons. Thero wore 218 horses. costing ll.COG, gonts; 163 and monkey nuts, 444 hundredweights; 87,884 bananns, 4,219 pounds grnpes, 13,013 oranges, 923H pecks and S1U cases apples, 7H tons mnngols, 21,348 pounds potntoes, 0,806 quartern brend. 46,986 fowls' hends, 494 pounds sugar, W68 mice, and 3.G7G sparrows. Mrs. J. R. Ibilnoy, of lllnsaoui. Texas, 1b oxpeotfd homo tilny to with visit hor parents, W. T. Pnrlmm nnd 1 wife. J VEGETABLES a ,"n j J. It. Suiothunnnn, Ohlldron, Wfe nnd two C. II. M00RI Charlea nnd Simon, Illythevllle, Ark., are guests or of II. Moore. of ityu.u FRUITS I Tho colored laijailaUnn ia preparing to have a monatur cel(bration here WMl It coat big-fea- on Aug. Rth. Kxcuralons will bo run Into Hickman over both railroad. Vaudeville Moving Pictures WXttdrrrticA Qr.nirc II William Turner, n Memphis negro, about 35 yesira tf nga. was killed .Monday morning alxiut I o'clock on lMati( Uio Steamer Re Iio, lying at tlio (Mm wharf. Hicks, commonly callwl "llnclo Cul" lllcks, a plpnenr citizen who lived between lltmlorton and Water Valley, died Sunday afternoon ot Uio ago of 78 yours. Ban,. S. C. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. Progressive Citizens. In fact everyone those daya, sneki to save tlmo and tho telephone U Uio greatest Umesaver that has over been Invented. It la Instantaneous. You can Bond and receive your men-sngat Uio same Umo. It brings distant cities and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with overyono ot promt- no two. If you havo not a tolophono of tho Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company, call our manager Immediately for ratca and Information. If you use Uie Dell service you aro lu the oentor of tho enUro Hell system, connecting with over Mvo million tolophones and ovory Imporatnt city and town In Uio United Suites. Talegrapl Cumberland Telephone yl CtwiM.Hy, laeeraaraHeat uooa music " mm II at Frank Von Horrles, Sr. re turned to her homo In after a visit to her won, Pnmk Von Horrles, Jr. She wns accouiMin-iehomo by her grandson, Ted Mra. lo-da- Ti b ll eBBBaeaaj m ramiAA II a Hickman Ilaptlat Church, Sunday, July :i0, 1U11: Sunday School at 10 n in., preaching at It a. in. EvenMrs. J. T. Stephens, Misa Jul la ing sertico at 8 o'clock We extend Jackson nnd Hoi lis Kirk and w'lfo u cordial luvltaUou to nil. Spurgeon spent Tuesday in Union City. Wlngo, I Viator. O. L. Walker uiaa in Mis ton, Tenn., Monday, i watch ror handbills announcing - viiiiiij aa a. e White Brew., pboae 1W, eaeaeaaBaB uarry July Mlsa Molllo Hill returiuil to her homo in Jiickfioii, TueHlay, after n lslt with Mlsw Ilouiilo Carpenter Noah Mansfiold, son of R J Mans Held, a Pulton county farmer, and Miss Hva Culboun, wero licensed to 2. Iist Thiinulay ovenlng, Miss Jennie Kenrby, dntiKhler of Judge II M Koarby, deceased, forerly of this utitinly, wns united In marriage to Harney Uorg, of Contralla, Ills, at tho homo of tho bride's mother In Fulton. imw-- u j JJC- -ra In Memoriae), "Moaned ho Ilio dead that dlo In tlu Ird." Mm Botiio Itopnr departs this llfo Juno 10, 1911. Sho was bom Oct 4, 1827, In Humphwy county, Tonnetweo. She Joined tho church when qutto oung On Uio 12Ui day of March. 18G2, she was married to W. IC. Itop-t-, from which union two ohlldrou wire born, Mm. Jeff Davis, of Uiwh Creek, nnd Mm. Loo Iloao, of near Sho was Uio tep mother of Mm l.ifto Bradley, Mm. Hitiry Trcnit am! Mr. Albert lloMir. Sho wna a daughter of Bonjnmln liudny Calm-lIVaienhly h)io fell iwltii, (ho look of differing effaced, nml had r.lvni plnv to a soft smllo. 81m finred not donth; tihn was propan-(o go and moot lln loved onus gone on before We iidsa hor but oh! wa would iut will her Uuik to thin world of Wo, llk-kmn- Sues For 14c. I 1 i-'-nnnp Your Money Back if Not Satisfied i I m Sheriff Goalder Johnson filed suit In Quarterly Court Monday, tho N. C. & St. L. for 14c against ic Your order for a nice home grown I m H ' Watermelon 25, 30, 35 b and and 40 cents. Rocky Ford Cante lopes I I I K lu cents. no-n- H Cmirnrri inn V cents a pound, o (iranpc r tflw of Mr W II Riuu end ffort wiih mado to compbfto tho artiU. mid It Ih ctldenl her fuud tlliicMH bail soUW umiu her at tbbt dux- - HowtMor, thiit nuiy bo. what u UnuUfsl fiimiplo ttilu afford. It ll b bUir for iih all If it could bo iiatd Uml our Viol IIiipm wore In iuim of a loving friend a balm (o brokwi hearts.) cjui afford nu alra null Aiood iliv prlom you'll find thum marked lit Smith ii Aiiilmrg' Big Hole. one pr. nud nrn Informed thai tlniw v.'rc ihf lant linen avur wrltUm b) her The matiuncrlpu, although brief. Iuwh cMMKiuxivi4y (hot morn than no yim nbovfl trlbulu to (ho memory Itopcr wre written by Mrs M.VIiei. who died n iiliorl Mrs McGtihoo vs for wv corrwpondisit for till pk cinerta feacnes bushel. 1.00 a Fresh Pineapples 10 cents. .. ' ' gg. ?" at Luten Briggs. l.utn and relatives of and Dun DrigKB, mir-prito Tlu.' iihui) frlPiidH MtnH Christine both of 1 llcUiinti, wiro taken by Saturday afternoon whu in I onnl by wire llml the couple hud Immwi unMil tn marring" at Union OHy Th HwoNy was performed at tin- - homo of a rlatlvo of the bride Mnt IlrlKKM lu tho eld i til daughter of Mr. and Mm. 8. 1). Uiton, and a hanidiiK young lady. lining roared In our uiHlitt, idio Ik widl known tuid In IiIhIi Mt(eiii by all. She U a member of the Juniors lu tho Hick ii.an I Hub Jtohool mid Hlill lu her teens, but her Kood koimm will make up for nny deficiency iu ae a lu-l- I H I I I I I I B I I I I Fine Oranges 5 cents. ' ' .? - -- Roasting Ears Green Beans Effff mv, r :' -- Plant Sweet Potatoes The Best Fresh Meats " f T . ' in Hickman, because we pay more for our meats just to get the best Try ' us- - Both Phones ' I FIHM'S Ellison Bros. sign was changed and Harm's had a mortgage on tho Capitol animal. Judgment for pkilntlff for ino. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAJLa, Joe Wcnt.iersitoon vs. Horman Drown. Suit on account. JudKiuent Real Estate. for defendant and attachment W T. Cnrr to It K Ooldshy, lot lu Hilton, SK.0. Irby & OilllLand Co. vs. K. D. John. to n. W llurrus, CO Wnlfiht & Co. Suit on account. Judgncrttf lnnd, Sir00. ment with alias summons for Edna Richmond & Hond Co. to K I'. WrifiH and aummous quashed OKainst Wrbiht, lot In llichmond fi Itond Ad- IM Wrljjht. dition, 2r,0. I'ullun ItliJiardton vs. Val CarpenM Co. to S. L. ter. Suit on account. Continued with J. V. & S. L. In Wont Hickman, $V nllas summons. DoddM, 9 lot 000. Provow Bros. vs. J. A. Williams. S L. I)oddH to Ida Nichols, lotn In Suit on account. IKxldn Addition No. 2, It. II. Johnson vs. 11. I). Throlkcld. K. K. Jolnihon o W. T. Holly, lot Suit on note. N. C. & St. U. agent lu Cnyco, VM. at GIUso iniulo plaintiff to case. In C. J. Ilowrra to h. A. Kite, 77 acres the purchnio of a ticket at (liblva a land niar I'ulton, 11000. short time ago for New Orleans, tho Tom Whlto to K. K. Ilondur.mt, agent did not know the rate and unhouso nnd lot In Cnyco, $400. derstood Hie Fulton agent to say $4.90 Ono Hnlo to T. A. Iodfonl, 70 Instead of $14.90. Tlirelkeld paid the ncnti land In bottom, $8470. $4.90 for tho ticket aud wheal tho DuIkj' Murchlfion to Clarcnco Ow-i'- ii fimnd lie had made a mistake, t nl, intuntu. lu liunl, $200. he camo down hero and Thndkeld Katio lloao to CI.in.tiro Owvnfl t nnd the agent entered an agreement al, IntoroHt in land, $200. thn a noto should be mado to It. Tom Dillon, Sr., to J. T. lUllon, 2 H. Johnson, the Hickman agent, to lots on Troy nvonuo,, $1 and other avo troublo for the inakur In a)ing ronHidircit(on. tl.o noto when It came duo. Tlirelkeld, through Ids attorney, plead that tho note --.a given to Johnson withQuarterly Court. out consideration. The case was conA m?ulnr term of QunrUtrly Court tinued. J. A. Stone & Oliver vs. Scearco wn hold lit tho Court House Monday & Hrown. Suit for balance due for d and a numlmr of important eases threshing "uhent. Judgment for plain of. Andrew IJtihr llottlliiR Co vs. Cham tiff for $41.25. Mrs. Mattle Kemp vs. T. P. Benbcrn & Shuck. Continued. Suit on ton. Continued with alias. Plaintiff account. Vol Ckirponter vh. Klnls L. Clark. went security on a noto which she had to pay nnd Is suing to recover. Continued. Suit on nrcoiint. J. J. C. Bondurant vs. J. M. & II. J. W. Ward vh. J. T. Seat. Scat went security on a noto with Ilodney H. Kirk 2 suits on notes. ContinJoni's, nnd they aro belnt; sued for ued. payment. Continued with nllnH sum- IIIGI1B. FULTON CIRCUIT COURT. C. II. Moore vs. Sid Wiley. Suit Bessie Bunch vs. Jim Bunch. Suit on account. Dismissed Battled. Hard vh. Clifton Colli ran. for divorce. Tho couple wns marMorris Suit on account. DlainlBel without ried In Oblon county, Oct. C, 1909. In her petition, plaintiff alleges that her 1 rejudlco. W. T. Sudlierrj' vh. Iouls llamaoy. llfo wua threatened by hor husband. Suit on account. Continued with al- She prnya fur $000 alimony. ias mimmoiiH. W. 11. C.iblw va. lUchanl MaiH. A The chief feature for men In Uio suit on a Judgment obtnlin.il in Big Sale at Smith & Amberg's la Uio Continued. remarkably Itw prlceu on clothing Will HlgKlim vs I,. 1 Rlllsou A You can't afford to keep your Jiubtment for plaintiff for $2G0. Ed L Uarnca vs. 0 M Ynte. A money when you can got tho valuos mI for possctision of horso. Yats you'll find at Smith & Ambcrg'u Big bought a horso from a Missouri man Sale. From I I I H I I I I I I I B I I I I Johnson claims he was unable to got a ticket at Union City and was made to pay faro to Hickman at the rate of 4c a mllo. Judgo Naylor over ruled defendant's demurrer to the plea and allowed tho case to be trans ferred to Circuit Court. Nearly every lawyer In Uio county, wlUi he excepUori of the railroad attorney, B. T. Davis, proffered hla services to Mr. Johnson without About 32 witnesses woro 1 charge. summoned for the plaintiff, nnd diem were men who had had the samo experience aa Mr Johnson and who will awear that Uio agent at "Union City did not open the tick H et window In Umo for them to purchase Uckets, and that Uiey had to pay Uie extra one oont per mllo. Tho suit h:Ji already cost about $100, and tho case la only started. Mt. Hermon Revival. Eld J T McKIsalck will begin a scriea of meetings at Mt. Hermon, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Bro. McKIsalck has been serving one of Naahvlllo's largest churches for tho post five years and 1 now corresponding eecrotary for tho Tennessee Christian Mlaalonary Society. Special music at each evening service. Following are some of Uie subjects that will be discussed during tho meeting; "First Thlnga First." "SalvaUon." 'The Way of Life Made Plain aa Day." "What Must I Do to bo Save." . "Conversion." "Obedience Bleesed." "The Healing of Haainan." "Prayer." "Sin and Its Cure." "Why Morality WiU Not Savo." "Things that Savo." IH You are cordially invited to attend these services. Articles On Free List. In Uio reciprocity bill establishing TfTnr?rtMTefyttTTTTr lie Fulton County KardH dulleM om holpuwUtt. TSm groom Ih n Mm of Mm. IXhi Bulky Lumber Dealer Gave Way to Son When Latter Paned Him In Weight. Practical Fashions LADIES' DRESSING 3ACQUE. free trade betwwn United States and Canada, hero are Uie Items on the Xree list: Uve atock and poultry. Wheat, rye, oats, barley, buckwheat corn, hoy, straw. Fresh vegetables, fresh and dried fruits. Dairy products, eggs, honey. oil and seeds Fish of all Winds, fresh or frozen. and all fish oils. Many forum of parUy manufactured lumber. Fencing wire, coko. Wood pulp and print-pape- r and machines. Granta Important reduoUons of tar iff on Uico priuc!tal articles: Fivsh iuenbi canned moats, poul try, lard. Flours and meals Manufactured cereals. Wagons, plowa and all farm Imple ments. Hoofing materials, cuUery,' bells and gongs. Musical instruments, motor vehlcloa boats. . Plato gla&!, aluminum, finished lumber, ore, coal, cement. Clocks, watches, feathers, leathor Cotton-tieetype-nettin- 'When I knew John Flake," aald a Wcitcheiter politician, "he vu In the lumber buitneaa on the Weal ldo of New York city, with his son aa a pnrtnor. Doth were hearywelKbta and both had the same name. John, Sr., )iiii: for years had acalod about 300 pound. He was a mammoth man, belne; more than alx feet tall, rery wide and rcry deep chested. Ills son Fanners Institute. was constructed on similar lines, and they were styled by their intimates firm.' aa tho 'seary-a-eigh- t The Sliile Ilotird of Axrlcullure hiut "Tathor, remarked, the boo one fixed lb"' daltM nnd idflctm for hold day, 1 ratter think that I've been limtltuteH thbi year gaining on you lately nnd I wouldn't Jim Kor Hlckinnn couui' the Institute will be surprised If I weighed more than be held ut t'JIiitou Nov. IG nud 17, you do now.' "Tootlah UdJc, my boy. Til beat for Cnrllilc, at H.irlwell Nov. 13 and yrm by 100 pounds. Ton are heavy, county at lllckniaii, but you are not In my class yet.' 11, for I'uJtnu Nov. 20 and 21; for Omviw at May-fiel"Lefa get on the scales and find Nov 23 and 21; for llalhird at out. What do you aayr "Quite willing to submit to the test, Wickllffo Nov. a and 10. thy weighed. John, Br balanced the beam at exactly S02 pounds. I,ooal iifflwm nildod n bootleini5 John, Jr., scaled S0G. Although astonmerely said: 1 party ul a ncKro b.'irbi'cue hurt Sttur ished, John, Sr ty home, dldnt thmk It, John, and you cr-talnday inUjht, nwir (3mi. Tyler dont look It, my boy.' follows-Oweti nd arrested Uireo whlto "Separatlwr, the young man garei aiMl Stun Uicj- nud John Dovln. no more thought to the Incident, but Maui plead fiiilHy and wn finel f CO the next day he was further surTho other two made bond nud their prised. The firm's sign had been ciiwyi were couUnued. Thoy will nit changed. Hitherto It had read 'John In called on to cumwor (o Uio clinrxo Ftake & Son,' but now the deposed, of itlvinK H'l'ior to minora. In addition heavyweight had transformed H to 'John Flsko A Father." to the other otfontus. d - (.'oriiin mid a. Uy of himmI habilH. He u at iirettunl IioUUhk a nwixtriHl-lk- ' potdUon In tho office of the Men Kel llox Co. TJu- - Courier exlemln bent wkdie to couple. tliut Miulur Ih-ar- nt -- C&2 dla-pow- Sheriff Johtwon left last nlftlit for Osceola, Ark., (o ;ot Jonwo Miwre, wnntcvl here for murder. Jolnmoii Ih no only tho )ouiiRit herlff in tMit tho bint. If the courtu Kon-(uclc- Election of Teachers. TiiichiTH im its Die tdioi-iftho percontrtKo NNoro f xl of crime would greatly nilucod in UiIh county. nl puulKhliiR crlmlnnlH July -- .'tli. TliOAO wIhIiIiik to is nt catchlnK them, chclcd poHlt!oii8 must hoiiiI written be for rural xchooU will be The tent meeting lu liiHt HlcJcman coiitlnuro with Interest. Tho crowds nnd ftttontlon nro Kood. Sorvl .Mlwcs ltonu, Pauline nud Ullln.ii endi laj' at .1 p. in. and 8:1C p. in. Oildwoll riitunud to PmliKuih Sun-dnSunday, thoro will bn nervlcea nt 11 nrtor a visit to tholr Biator, Mnt. a in. and nt nlfihU Everyboily InvitV. J. Klyiui, nnd brolJior, Will Cnld-wuled to come. cell'-bniti- cciiro tipiillcutlons to tho Hwrntary of tho tllvthton In which thoy oxpect to twich. VJruuiln Luton, Supt. l. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Slophoiw. Mr. Mrs. V. Ij. McOitchun qnliHly nnd Mm V. P. Montgomery nnd M1h hor 72nd birthday Sunday nnd JuIIa Jackson spent Sunday with Mr. won iilontuiutly nurprlftod by Uio nrrlv-u- l nnd Mm Lum Carter, In tho Jordan of her (luuBhtiT, Mm. II. II San-dfrneighborhood who llvit nt Canilliervlllo, by Mr Snudors They camo W K Bondurant sold 2 lota In IUuhmoml & Bond Addition to C W. up on tho Stacker Loo and rotumud on tho samo boat Wednesday night. tbi week, for $530. tl s, Tell-uess- In our Illustration we show a model which la arranged to close either straight down Uio front or somewhat to Uio side. At each shoulder there aro two tucks, which In frout nro Koods. Peanuts, canned vegetables, con stitched down only to yoke depth, but in tho back all the way to the waist densed milk. lino. Tho neck Is cut Just a trifle low and Is finished with a Clnudlna collar, which Is tho very newest thing out. Brownsville. Tho sleeves may bo of either of two styles. One U the simple bishop sleeve, and the other Is a shapod open sleovo, which many will prefer to Frank Barnett is sick Uds week gather In Just abow the elbow, aa shown on the figure. A bolt of the maElvis Williams is on Uie sick list, terial or of ribbon should complete tho lAim Stafford was married to a costume. The pattern (46S2) Is cut In sites 32 oung lady in Dyersburg, Tenn. to 42 inches bust measure. To mako Lacy Connor will leave Saturday the garment In the medium slro will require 2"i yards of material 36 Inches for a short visit iu Graves county wide, with 3 yards of Insertion nnd Mrs. Annie Brown, of Hobart, Ok., 3V& yards of edging if trimmed as la visiting her Bister, Mrs J C BarTo procure this pattern send 10 cents nett. to "Pattern Department.' of this paper Artio Wllllnms and sister are at- Write name and sddreia plainly, and t sure to five (lie and number of pattern. tondlim a gun shoot in Alabama this week, NO. 4682. BIZE....M w v nv. who has been confined to his bed for six weeks, haa sllghUy NAME improved. TOWN Joo Fields raised 2200 bushels of STIlK&T AND NO wheat on 5 acres. Wo would not STATE vouch for this bull we have hla word for It. Mrs W O McMllla,., daughter and Miss Dora Cavitt left this morulng L. A. Carter, of Now Orleans, wua for Mnyfleld for a abort visit. From la Hlckmaa this week on husiaosj. there thoy eo to Dawson. Springs, Mias Effle Bmor Is tho guest of Miss Lizzie Conim In Greenfield Uolcon, UK men and women who am lifting th world upward and onward are thoe who encourao mora Ellrabcth Harriaon. (than crttlclis. Kitchen Utensils. Household appliances have been in most cases to sell. Many utensils which are Invaluable In a large family are poor Investments (or a small ono. Any appllanco should save more time and labor than It takes to adjust and clean It-- after using. A vacuum cleaner which mar cost a small sum saves the housekeeper much hard labor and gives time for recreation and reading la a good Investment. It is better than putting that amount into doctor's bills. A washing machine, a bread mixer, a food chopper, a mop wringer and a mangle are all great strength savers. The tireless cookers are savers of tlmo, heat and labor. One need not jbuy an expensive one, as the home-mad- e ones are very satisfactory The team cooker Is another valuable appliance, especially on the farm or when cooking for a largo family. table Is tho greatest A comfort to a busy housewife, as It U easy to clean; hot pans and kettles may be placed on It without Injury. The soap shaker Is alwas ready to use In the dish pan and uses the bits of soap that might otherwise bo wasted. The spatula or limber knlfo Is In the kitchen, and tho small rwooden spoon Is so easy to Btlr with and never gets hot when using around the stove. Tho potato rlcer and stnk atralnor are other useful utensils Tho dustless duster, which may be bought for a quarter of a dollar, Is (something which every housewife should have. It Is simply a pleco of cheese cloth treated with oil which holds the dust The cloth may be washed and Its property of holding the dust Is not lost The cloth Is not greasy, but It gives a good polish to woodwork. A small wheeled table with a shelf below and the top covered with zlno la an addition to the comfort of any housewife. It may be wheeled to and from the dining room, thus answering for a tray and stand near the stove when cooking to hold the need-,eutensils. Such a table Is invaluable when once used. tlnc-covere- d -- ua 4MSr9uki: tfeiiEN Erecting Cotton Gin, lins begun tho oreotion of a cotton Bin at Iedford, Ky., a now station In tliis county on tho above road. He expects to have tho gin In operation in time to handle tho 1911 crop. It will be of four stand capacity, and with latest machinery. It might also be stated that Mr. Led ford on whoso farm Ledford station is located, went down this week and laid out a town site at this place, surveying streets, lots, etc., nnd Incld-entlwhitewashing tho trees In tho immediate vicinity. Several lots have already been 6old. Owing to Its proximity to tho lake, und surrounding countryi Ieford will doubtless grow Into n Ihrifty villngc. O. y Ky, State Notes. 'I' I I "1 l , CABINET t E. HIco. vice president of the C. M. New Depot Finished, O M. Hoss. the popular local ngent the C. M. & G. showed a Courier for Reciprocity Wins, in n through their new combination passenger nnd freight depot yitdorday which has Just received tho finishing touches. We were surprised with the elegance and convenience of the new structure. It is about as near a model depot as will bo found anywhere It is 30x GS feet, with transfer platforms 20x30. Inside and out, the building is a credit to tho town. Waiting rooms for Urth whites and negro- have been provided, and every con' venienco. Mr. Romi exjiects to move into the new quarters 4oday. On July Mil, the American Kxpres Co ebtahllhhed an agency with the C. M. & (., and express Is delivered free of charge on Clinton btreot. Tho delivery business is looked after by Will Copeland. The pasheuger and freight builixss a' tills point has been a pleasant surprise to tho company, exceeding by far What they expected at this time Local freight is not na heavy at present as It will be a Httle later. As a matter of fact, tho company has been unable to quote through rates up to this time, but will be in a jkh ition to do so after this week as tariff schedules ore now in process of publication. This is the rate that will be of tho most luterwst to business men. The C. M. & Q. is making good. It proposition that is not the grape-vin- o some were Inclined to think, but a real railroad system, backed by clover public spirited nion. Give tho com pany a share of your business. Frankfort. Tho federal qunrantlno of sheep in tho 25 counties In Kentucky west of Green river will be lilted In 30 days If tho recommendation of tho live stock sanitary board is taken by tho department of animal husThe scabies bandry at Washington In tho sheep in thoso counties have been wiped out Dr. A. J. Payne, who hns charge of tho work In this state, reported that 92 counties are working to orndlcato scabies. In 65 of these counties Infection hns been found. In 27 counties practically no work Is being done. In threo counties, Ureuthltt, Knott nnd Letcher, tho county Judgo has fnlled to apolnt n county llvo stock Inspecof tho counties tlmt tor. Three-fourthare not pushlug this work are located In tho eastern section of the stale. Dr. Payne reported that 534.2G7 sheep lutd been Inspected during tho past hrce months and found to bo frvu from scnblea, M5 had boon found "exposed," and 39,702 were found Infected. This makes a total or 574,874 eheop that have been Inspected In tho last three months. The assessors' reports show 050.000 sheep lu tho state Ho also reiorted that there had been 60,95 sheep dlp(ed uuder ouicb.il supervision. This ruiort Is complete up to July 1. Some foot rot Is being found In tho state, and tho llvo stock lncclora arc Instructing how to treat It. This disease can bo cured but requires a The longer treatment than scabies national government Is willing, to furnish sufficient men to enable soma 25 or 20 counties in Westom Kentucky to complete their work of Inspecting and dipping by tho closo of tho present season. s 3fel i. Heard On the Streets - ... j,, a, BBBi BBBliaBHHaMlHBSaBBIBBBBSMS9 UNDERTAKERS EMBALMERS Plenty of amusements. Cotton HIohmmii, Aug. 1st. I COo Schmidt, lailtations. All tho & the Tailor, Uowaro of latest magunlnos at Fethe French's. Kd White, motored over from Union C'ky. Monday. One Dollar Values In Shirts Sullivan llros. NVw stiKik Ruhlior IlMtlng. man llHnfwure Co. Ma run .t St. Louis Furnishing Co. H Incorporated Hick -- trrsworth rot Flour, none hotter & 'nit her. 1 IM Miss Stella Salmon laft Ttimtduy for Puducnh oh ImtdftoM). Will Hodge returned lu Dyersburg. Monday. from a Ml Hall Seats. Co. "sells SU Louis It for less." Furnishing Minn HeMnre Jennie Scut is here from v4i)tng friends. Tn lAteat stylos and patterns in wail taper. Fthe & Preueh. II. I. da Aity. biig CurMn, nt Woodland quite pink. W report rotn Ilultook, of Clinton, won here om busiiH Tutdny. Christians To Meet. The state superlondent of Sunday-sohool- s of the Christian church, Walter Krazoo, of Louisville, Is In Frankfort conferring with the local committees with reference to tho big state convention of the Christian church Sunday-schoolwhich will bo held hero September IS to 22. It Is expected that at least 1,000 people will attend this convention, and the hotels and boarding houses will be taxed to their limit to tnko care of tho visitors. Many of tho most noted men In the Christian church will bo on the program of this meeting for nddresscs, and a number of auxiliary meetings will be held. s II. T. ftnifch wna her from KuMor. .Monday on :sml hiiHtiiMH. I I I I I I I Our stock of Coffins and Caskets is complete. I I S j Our New Hearse is here. All calls answered promptly, day or night. Dny Phone No. 8-- 1 I 8 Night Phone No. 7 Thru Sullltan In ttMitcti I iron, Dollar Values lu jianU tliulr price I1.&0. Mft at Th re's a real oKrltiH4i) for you 8s Dahnke'a Cream 11 road dally at Mnlhcuy Pros. & Plant. Tlwro wlM be the rvnulnr urnrirvw M Of PrexltyteriaH Church ShmIh) a Schmidt, tho Tailor, do your cleaning and preying. Phone 13S Ice Doxcs and Refrigerators. St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sella It for ?"Wt II hfeU H P4 m iv I -- Young O'Rear Injured. UB." 9 inn inn dl '' '' I . W 1 iiiif lllll Mill IIM It V. I ft If you get a blue mark on your Courier this week, It means this Is Tribute Paid Gov. M. H. Thatcher. Uiu last paper you will receive until A lino tribute Is paid to Gov. M. II. you pay up your subscription. Thatcher, of tho Panama Cannl Zone, In tho Panama Journal on tho occaHarvesters, .riding plows and cultision of his speech at tie first annual commencement of tho Canal Zono vators may Ui found on every farm, high school on tho night of Juno 30. but tho washboard Is about tho samo In concluding his address he congratu- kind of one that our grnndmotheru lated the two girl graduates of tlia school upon tho fact that they had graduated from tho only high school Tflio chief feature for men lu tho to bo found whoro tho United States Llg Sale nt Smith & Amberg's Is the Is Its governmental sponsor. remarkably low prices on clothing. Gov, An ovation was accorded You can't afford to keep your Caught at Osceola, Thatcher. money when you ran get the values Founders, Colic, Bots you'll find at Smith & Ainboig'H Illg Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Don't forget we bavo tho best llnu Sale. Jesse Moore, a negro, who two Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil of matresses. Hickman Furniture Co weeks ago hit on tho bead with a Wo hear Weak Eyes, Sharbon Refrigerators that will koep Ire for comment on considerable unfavorable cluh and killed Guy Johnson (DIJunk-us- ), the action, of tho N. O. $12. Hickman Furniture Co. and Lockjaw. & St. L. wrapping barbed wire on tho another negro boy, has been located at Osceola, Ark., and will bo I own my hospital and am ready farm, on Troy road, fence around tho park. 'Phis was done for Fine brrtight bock as soon at Sheriff Johnfor sale at a bargain. Wrlto or see to keep folks from sitting on tho fen business. son can get the necessary paiers. ce, but If some scntR had been pro It. E. Polk" or M. U. Shaw. U 23 The killing took place on D. B, Wilud' d. In tho park, as should be done son's farm a few miles below town. R.R.ROGERS, V There's only one tailor In Hickman they could jnvo saved tho barbed Dljunkuii woba Hickman negro, and phono 138 for cleaning and press-fai- wire. As i is, the ienco will bo a HICKMAN, KY. nbout 17 years old, Bchaoidt, the Tailor. fine thing for tearing clothing. Tho reciprocal trade agreement beCarnival in Town, tween the United States and Canada, embodied In tho reciprocity bill that proved a storm center in two sessions The Keppler Amusement Co., carryof congress, passed the senate Satur- ing about 40 people, arrived at Hickday without amendment ly a vote of man Sunday night In two special cars 03 to 27. Tho carnival city has been erected A majority of tho republicans voted or tho river front near tho Leo Lino against it. Of the 53 votes for It, 33 wharf, and is now tho noisiest place were democratic nnd 21 republicans; in town. The shows wero oponed of the 27 against It, 24 were repub- Ttiesday night, and will run tho relicans and three democrats. This ac- mainder of tho week. Attractions tion settled the whole Canadian reci- Include plantation shows, moving procity question so far as congress picturt hyponotlsm, is concerned, and with the Canadian and other freaks and frivoltles that parliament's ratification, it is virtual- generally go with such aggregations. Dig crowds aro In attendance. ly inado a part of the law of tho land. Tliis is tho same company that pi )y Tlie Canadian parliament has not acted on tho agreement and, with one ed Columbus last week. exception, tho provisions of the bill as passed by congress won't become How would you like to bo tho lltor effective until tho president issues a of some paper and sit at a desk six Canproclamation to the effect that days out of tho week, four weeks out ada has ratified tho pact. of tho month, and twelve months out Tho exception to this procedure is of the year, and have such copy as In the paper and wood pulp section tliift to "edit" that is sent In by your of tho bill, 'which, It is announced, correspondent: Mrs. Jones of Cactus will become Immediately effective Creek, let a can opener slip and cut There Isn't a man, woman or child herself in tho pantry. A mischievous in the United States who will not lad throw a stone nnd struck Mr. be benefitted by free paper. The Hike In the alloy way Tuesday. John paper trusts have more tlinn doubled Doe cllinlx-- on tho roof of his house the price - of paper in the past five la week looking for a leak and foil years and- the consumer was absolute- striking himself on the back iorch. ly helpless. Without ihcJr high tar- Wliilo Harold Groeno was escorting iff breastworks for a defense, thoy Mis Violet Wise homo from tho so must of necessity abandon their rob- cial Ssiturday night a savugo dog bit bing game. Tills is also true of many Mr flrccno In tho road. Isaiah Trimother articles of commerce. mer of Running Creek was playing In truth, the measure is purely Willi a cat Friday when it scratched Democratic. It Is free trade with one him on the veranda. Mr. Ijoiir while country. Some few will predict dls- - hnrnewdng a bronco List Saturday asterous results, but until these pre- was kicked Just south of tlio corn dictions are proven, We will continue crib. to believe that, on the whole, free trade with Canada will be very beneficial to the great majority. I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... merry-go-round James O'llear, a son of Judge R. C. Mikit Tbrtdkold In vWttng O'Rear, camo near bleeding to death her nuirt, Mr. J. W. Jacknou, nt Clincut on the arm. Ho from a severe was sharpening a scythe on a grind- ton. stone when the blado slipped and Wo have some new thing In furstruck his arm. Ho lost considerable niture this season. Hickman Funii before tho flow could bo blood stopped, and for a time It was thought ture Co. that be might bleed to death. Several Virgil Roberts is rafcslng Ufo ton stitches had to be taken in tho wound' building In Went lllalfiimn to n two It. to close story affair. Arranging Institutes. Sullivan llroa. bavo Just opened up A meeting of tho stato board of agri COO pair of sample trousers to be sold culture, forestry and Immigration was nt half price. held to arrango tho dates for farmers' Institutes ovor tho state, and to select Nalfuh Hroi. have begun work on instltuto lecturers and organizers. their new brick building In West HickjiMin. Gov. Willson went to Richmond to attend tho commencement exercises For cleaning and pressing phone Kentuoky Normal of tho Eastern 195. Wo call for and deliver your school and deliver on address to the work. White llroa. students. Bavo from to 12 thousand on Louisvlllo. Central Lincoln road your shingles It by buying direct from from several countlos enthusiasts gathered at a picnic at tho Jefferson mill. C. y. Yata HointU Co county fair grounds near Fern Creek Mrs. J. C. Sexton ami Mrs W. C and listened to spellbinders who awaknow Interest In tho proposed con- S,x'r and hjii left Sunday nitfit for ened struction of a memorial boulevard Sturgeon. Mo. to Ult rekUivt-from Louisvlllo to Nashville, by way Anyone can afford an extra suit of Uardstown. The occasion was under tho auspices of tho Iluechel Com- nt the prices you'll find them mark mercial club and, besides the speech-makin- cd lu Hmlih fc Auiborx's Dig Snle. thero wero refreshments of "Htvnd In Old Kentucky" Mgti laf. various kinds, music by a good orchestra, dancing and other amuse unt Margaret flour. Hotter than others ments. but cotttM no more. lloltermvorth &. , mprt-KHtll- T"m '' t ' '" i tt" t M 1 i i i H (.N 1 1 III I I il r I k'" i w itptk$ rt iti Ml t ' ' him v I rta t I I fr s i IM l,UUII HI' . II I I I lit ii ki i inn tor m lI I Till ' ' I N M I i I" I ill Sit 1111 n (;! - til ' II B I f HICKMAN BiU AHollluVicb t - FAILED TO AGREE. Lexington. After tho Jury In the caso of Thomas F. Dolnn, turfman nnd lawyer, formerly of Louisville, In n trial for mo murdor of Alderman Pat rick J. Mooney, reported It was unable to ngree upon n verdict and wns discharged. It Is understood nfno were for conviction and three for nc qulttol. Tho attorneys for thn defenso immediately entered a motion for ball. I'rathor. Wo press your suit for fiOc, ladlas plaited or plain skirts fiOc. Cleaning und pressing at reasonable prices. White liron.. phone 105. is still tho talk of the town. Our famous Granger coffee, at 3fo, Hotter Hum loin of :ir.: coffees. Phono 38. llottersworth & Prolher. At Home or at the Laundry work can he mndc much lighter nnd quicker if the electric current be cm- ployed to do the lmrd work. Washing machines can he 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. , LOOK! LOOK! us. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. OV., 3VTsvx'. T. DILLOKT, Special attenelon Is called to tho of our local banks lu tills Issue of the Courier The reports show them all to bo enjoying a grow lug patronage, strong, safo and One would be hard to KtatementH o otil PUonos please ho would ask for better bunk lug facilities, than Is offered in Hick man A good cheap roofing Is our "Dull Dog" brand. RyW-Moft Co. ekrinarian