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The Hickman courier: July 27, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911072701_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: July 27, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J. 0. Stubbs J rind DENTIST llwlldlnq. lurv.ra 1'fc.me k.Mura No. 81 orr THE HieKMM COURIER. The Courted has a Spanktn' Rood Team. no. A BLUE MARE HERE to too after tbli mould mani that roar aub expired tcrlpttoD b lUinew promptly If you want the papa r to com tuertisinq is the Team that Pulls tag Commercial Uagon up the Hill at Success, )KBT I'APER IN WESTERN Grease the RxIbs of Your Ulagan, Did Man, and Let's Hitch Up volume na u K2NT00KY HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JULY 27, FOR A JOB fttallon, which seems to have been built and inhabited before Christ. All are farmors and truck raisers, but vory poor. It is ftltuaiod In tho valley of Uio great ninny chains of Uiu mountains of Jerusalem, which aro vory rough and nio.ky no trees or anything gftiwi, as those mountains wf-rcurscil by King David lu Uie name of (rod Hint nothing green to grow ami un dews tn spread on thorn. Tho nrt station wurt Itaulnbnn, (in old vilbigo like tho first and about as hot looking country. Hiigead station wns next reached and It looked to bo bettor. The laud is level and rich nnd tlw fanners were busy plow-lug- . AlKnit flftcii miles further w itime to tho old plnlim mid City of ItemUi, whore Samson pixvel IllH un-a- t bravTy and slroiigth, the wtory of which you have all rid in the The oily of Hemln Is an old phico of before Christ, with about .'0,000 iwoplo. mostly MoHiainiiHHlans, and lu it Is tho famous white Mosquo with A very high lowor. Wo slopiied there about twenty minutes. Our Journey lo Java was through a vory pretty and rich country whero wo miw tho largo orchards and ficldr) of olive treti until wo ncarod Uio City of Java, whom tlioro were orchards of lemons nnd omugett. Tlio city Is noted for Us I'xjiorts to tho woHtorn ftiiiutrles. It Is an old place men tioned In th Illhlo mid Is as grout today as it was in Uio olden tlmo It b) a cJly of nliout 76.000 jiooplo of nil kinds, but mostly Moliainiiio dsiiK. Jews. Christians nnd some A tho ship wo woro to take for Ileimt wtllod at t o'clock, wv did not get to tttay In tho city as long ns wo wantod. Wo wont to Uu sUoiuor office and secured our tick-- i U and hln-a UM ami rowvl out lo the stoamor. It was a Husslan ulr-o- , 4twol of but not as largo ns tho ones Uiat crons tho Tho iKuwengers woro inosUy of Uio iKwiror claHs of lUisslaiw who woro returning homo aflor a visit to Jerusalem. Tho ship did not loavo Jinn until mid .night mi ns to g to Haifa In tho morning. Wo slopped nt Haifa ovor four houra, putting off 2000 soaks of flour sldpjiod from Con stonUnoplo. Tho fioa wis calm nnd e 1911. WHOLE HO. 3UB8 IN THE TEAR E8TABLIBHED 1NBO AND NOW jiTZ Ve rlive"itrr V tJi'V dav and X " I( Prices Smashed... Because the season is well advanced, and new Fall goods are beginning to arrive, we have inaugurated a special sale on a lot of this season's very finest goods in order to move them quick. Every article is good, possessing style and quality in the fullest measure, but some of these lines are now in broken lots and we are willing to dispose of them at about cost in order to get the room. IT ,IS NOT HOW LITTLE YOU PAY BUT HOW MUCH YOU GET... that really constitutes a bargain. We cannot enumerate all the lines included in this sale, but here are a few: Letter from Syria DY A. S DARKCTT - a heH thought tli(M- - thluxii Judledit, Margeon, wlir iImSyria, Turkey. Imrll It U ninwr-- l Mxy Juno I(, 1911 tin-- Hit crown, wonl nnd liitK of Kin 8ilouion and Wit oniu- - of Mosoh to Tho Holy Land (Continued) Hul many ollir MiIiuih worth Imrridx rHmt: Spier &. Boxtou. of jiHinoy Thwy hoxml up whiit tlit-Hickman, Ky., U. 8. A. found UkU. iiIkIiU took thoin Jo Ui frxlKlit lnxtv nnd xhlppcd Uicm to Dwr l'rloniln: Uhmii to Kiinkind hivn iiimI Mhlppt-ISiimlay, April 23nl, wa Uio Hroot on a h3i tiHit wiih wiiIUiik for Uihiii liulor Day All ixxMtb wnt to tlw t Hint port. NVxt day tho officials Uti'At urttiodox uhurrli, wteoly drHrod and nunnU of Uu Molina, tiiijoyliiK nj5ftiii .. l lm..y ami jolly. Not their hrllxw, UM Uio iWnry to tlw Rfoorw word ii liurti In that Brunt of tho Bovoriiuiiriit nml city, ctti7u tif oW otuih one wm busy wiw) at oik.1' orrKtil overy oim of itftctiii-rvicw and (lit Monipi." imnln tuul offl;Uil nnd tn u.- Ifturtor TJio tnkliiK thlr ovldouct). Tiv ttfiiia of tiiu or ffmyiiiK ui Jflflulg of the ctMHrali wii u grand Mory MTut tokl In full which Hprcnd ftSfutf. Ml wilv drwtrd lu goldwi out In JnruTluin nnd from tJii'ro ovor Pufcui looting tliootmiids of dollar. Uio Mliolo world. Tlie oIoHich woro the mimt Hot kimmI anil mad wltJi tin- Ohrixtlan Tllfa wt!y I wiw ln my me. nouio pcoplo in Konond and wnntiil to kill cSfhaM 'In- oniwn xnl JRO.OOO and thttm. (Hpolally In jHruK-'ilonnd tjSjrjbt- limi.uou After Uw rvorvloea It rrHiulrl (he nnuy offlccw to kop homo In tindr Uio ChiinttfliiJi from hi'liiK HlmiKliteriMl iWg of IK iiibt wulkt-Hut tho KiAorumont In ConstanUno-p- h tlur li i lollies 1h HtlU tho liuiUor uml nijTKtU look a lr H.tiku RSk down lo Um- - Spring f Sttiuin. wlui (irvat Hritalu ami the Hlxty-Qv- o takKTIri Un- blind umn wushwl lite .Moxiiue offlchibf iiihI kiiiiixIm wr In Jail mid Imd coxum! thorn en to ll"l nil ami pliK'i-nft r tlmk- - cmmmi art' Mill lu court. Mont ?U) mud Im litoe U It tl cool I'M Vh.-iwe Hurt two BlrU of oa MirM thought fur a whllo id rJi.ir B&liiw; h ir Jar id thoy tohl im to wo were koIiik to ho uiaHMarrvd right umIi our fiWx-itnd drink ua iiiuuii In tho (Sty of JniiUni, wliuro our w ioiill. wiyliw tlmt It wwi liol) lord .Itwim Clirlnl wan cruolflod. Ml Wolll'l Momlay. April 21, was a grpnt holy, Mll' im f nim 11 u. 1 Hi spring of Slluim W now noted ly In St JuinoH Clmrx'li, whvro It la in.rmi wfiA. Uml Iminiu'd UiIiiih1 that 8t. Jamoa ma killed, jiiliiK our ili in JcniMiUMii. Soiiu- - and wt wro tdiowii tliu Bpot 'hur arH iio mi KmhIImIi comimiiy ho Ih wipS4-- l to liavo bwn kllkil. K)k a 'irnot tnmi Uie INirkWi ov IlliU cliurrli Innings lo Uio Arinon-kuiH- . nt ni C4iiiM4niilliioilH to die oiil-M- It lt n vory Uuw hulldliiK and fnii" Ui.wiilUi of Uio Holy City for oxtnawimiiiUy tliHtirntitl. Wo Hlayed Biiio uiUliiiliTi or old thliiKH Uiat thuro ninUI Uio trvlcs woro ovor, ere miiihm-to luvo Uoin burlud after which wo wont lo our stopping, kiniiB tlu wiirw unit dinlriicUoii of plac and had dinner and wont down cnwab-ii- i In tlu'lr diKKliiB tlioy Ik- - town to do wimo HlmiMdiiK for wnno un at tho Hprliu: of 8U0.1111, koIiik HiipiMNMHlly holy tlilngM to glvo to our Indt-- r UhKroiind to Uio nortlivet, frk'iidH wtlin wo roliirn lo Judlodlt Ipudlnj; to tlio MoliiiluiiiiMlnn Moxiiue, and lllckuiau. Suoh Ih tho ouBtom UMiiclli intcil lo liu Uio tviuplo of Klnx in tlil roti n try for all visitors to during the Kastr holUlaya ilicn- - Join of ittiU(Ulti!rt ioloiiioii. Kr. iiiii.sm1 to liiivo b(Nn liurlttl to liny priwoiiUi for tholr frlondrt and jindor I lie holy rock iind groiind of wlilah nro muh opinclatoI. That Bn tcmplo Tliu 4xiui.'Ui) mot wlui iiLkIiL wo lutd ovorytlilng ready for iliniiiiKniliUdiunlHhliirt lu micIiliiK our doparturo from Joriuvilem nnd iJit niiot llu-worn Hooking for three noxt mornliiK wo hlnnl a tyvrrlsifio and nnd iwwl cold hrlhliiK the of- - wont to Uio dopot a mllo south of Wo I(.I:i1h and Kininln of Uio AIaiun town, ami took a train for Java )urltur our HlJiy in Jcrunnloni tlio lCn- - wero lucky to get seats as numbers Oniiipany tuicceodcd lu oiitorlnK of people woro'iinablo to got Htandlng 14,'llrtli stop iiiohiuo In tlu nlj;lit mid due un- - room and w.uv left The first was Itetcr Station, a small humble ftler tho holy rock ami oUicr iilacoa wf Ladies' Slippers Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords, all styles and leathers, positively reduced 50 per cent. Come early before your size is gone. y Ladies Ladies Ladies 3.50 Slippers 3.00 Slippers.. 2.00 Slippers ..1.75 1.50 1.00 Men's Oxfords A fine lot of the season's latest creations, easily worth the original selling price, but as long as they last they go at the following reductions: FY 4 - ;) 'rrk pracciblo. Wo sailed at 11 a. tn., for Ilolrut, thi qtioon city of Syria, whoro wo ar lived at 6 p. in. Wo KWflod tho fi ller, of Acre, Tyre, Sldon, Damour It waa Uio finit trip on Um water for my molhur and HtUo Howiard Said. but they dUl not got Uio least seasick V spout two daj-- lu tho city and gttUng nnxlous to wo our lKHiph-anClydo and Bdwanl, wo hired n .nek largo omsigh to carry us and baggage. Wo siirt ono night at h. don, and started at noon next d.vy JudMIlt, but tho night ovortook us in Ni.botia and woro foroed to spen.l tho night thoro. TJie cltt-- wo pass ed, 1 have doorllKd In n provious s - ot vX - 'j1 Mens Mens Mens 3.50 4.00 5.00 Oxfords Oxfords Oxfords i 2.60 2.75 3.50 - pyi, im wt Soft Shirts Mens Mens Mens Meus Mens Just the thing for the warm weather, but we want to move them. Look at these prices - - - e iy Just think of it! A x Bargain m a Drug More A HIGH GRADE TOILET SOAP 19c Per Box of Three Cakes. Bought at a bargain, we want our friends to reap the benefit. See our window. HELM . ELLISON We got homo about noon and our children nnd rclnUvoa nnd friends woro nioro than glad to soo us. Our chlldn'ii and my brothers' and sisters' ohildrou and all Uio Ikirkott chlldn-shouted thoy wow glad to soo ua be- causo wo had pretty presents to give them. In fact ovorybiHly In JiidkMlIt wore glad to ivo u Tcturn. Wo were niero Uinn teJi daj-- rwolvlng visit ors. Tho pcoplo tvune this tlmo Junt like tho Umo wo oamo from America It took twenty days to mako the trip to Jonisalem and return. Wo almost made a clrclo of soulhern and wostorn Syria. It wiia n great trlji WliWi nono of us will forgtt as long as wo Jlvo aud 1 wftsh ovory Chris tlan who Is nlilo to statid tho travel and orjionso would couio.nad see tho holy land; two tho Cltj- - of Uod, tho place w'Ikto our Saviour was horn and crucified; tho Dead Sa; tho Swi of Gnlltleo and all tho oilier places mentioned in both the old nnd now Uibi wWi for twUimunt, ospooJally tho frlwuls I havo In Illckman mid vicinity. I um nnxloua to soo my fiionds lu Hickman, and insldo of two months I oxpoct to bo uniong thorn, and I a would havo boon boforo Uils but horo aro doJaying lis In order to holp Uiom eat somo of Uioso good tjrapiw of Uila country and dlstltll for us etuuo Arak to bring w1Ui us for our friends lu U. S. A. Wo nro tdl onjoylng cond health aud ha1ng a good Umo, and hoio you and your readers onjoy Uio same. Ilost wishes to ovorybody. Your frlond, A. S. BAIIKETT. s rola-Uve- Uttir 3.00 soft shirts 2.50 soft shirts.. 2.00 soft shirts.. 1.50 sost shirts... 1.00 soft shirts One-thir- d 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.00 75c Great reductions on all mens pants. off on any pair in the house. Boys knee pants will also be included in the price slaughter. Ages 10 to 16 years. Misses and Childrens Oxfords at big reductions. WATCH OUR SHOW WINDOWS BRADLEY & PARHAM LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS AND BUTTON BOOTS. just in, but these are not included In this sale. New lot Will Imrton was called to Iondon, Ky., last week by the serious tllnoss of his mother, Mrs. Knnulo Johnson, who Is .differing wlUi peritonitis. Watch tho change of tactics when OMtcar faoert his DemocraUc oppo nent. What oxousos will ho glvo tor tho mlsorablo failure of Uio WUUon mlmlnlstruUon? Can O'llear explain tho indorsements of tho "stand pat" lolieJo of TYift and Hradley and Uio Hradloy voto on Uio Lorlmor caso? At a Vardtunan ceJebratlon In Meridian, Miss., Gov. Vardamnn was placed on a chariot drawn by ICO milk W'hlto oxon TliU looks to ub Uko a Eight grout wnsto of bull power yoke of oxon could hnvo pulled Gov. Vardainau vory ulcely. Mrs. Schmidt and Miss visited Miss Lizzie at Greenfield, Tonn., last weok ( V. Mar-gucri- to Co-ru- Hhiiiuu y Shoot Music at Fotho & French's. The census bureau has announced A revival ineeUng Is noa- - In progUiat tho center of population of tho h ress at Moscow MoUiodist church, United Slateo Is four and miles souUi of Unlonvlllo, In Monroe rststor Hodges Is being assisted by county, Indiana, a chango of 31 miles Row Hobt. Norman, of Dyer, Teun westward. John II. Hobson, of Mayrield, who A Kentucky boy amoklng a cigar- made the race for roproBontatlve In ette Ret flro to a barn, and eleven itlio primary ou July 1, has been fine horses were buriK"l to death. Of made defendant In a damage suit for course that boy had to smoko to $ri,000. During Uio campaign John H. over bo a man, and tho doalor had Hay, former postmaster at Sedalla, to soil tho deadly things to hold bin Is alleged to havo made a remark trade, nnd Uio public encourages tho about tho email number of votos smoking habit because boys must Hobson would got In his home presmoko to develop their nerves and cinct, and when tho men met Hobson. Is alleged to havo assaulted Ray. bruins. one-fourt- How much longer are our business men going to wait before thoy meet and arrange or a gala week somo Ume this fall? ximrM-m-m'Wit- wm ft ' 'P '' ' l1MMMMMMMr Giving : : : : : $ The Courier's Weekly Sermon , T- - llj I'AslMIl III HSKI.I.-s- T 1 Ky. Lump Coal Who'll Take 'er? F:ine Baby a "Bath - : GOD IN THE HOME. THE WORLD'S GREAT NEED, : : : : : : 4.50 : : Let me save you money on your coal. 4n , r Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this place at much loss than It Is worth. It can bo had with bulldlnos, stock, farmlnQ Implements and poultry already on It. Two residences on placet In only moderate repair, but two good 36 and the other 32 feet, with aheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 50 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of th place In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bale of cotton par acre, also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other cropa of this section. A fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live stock and about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range of (1,000 acrea for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. A Godless World o! Godless Homes a Growing Danger. nitnlrn. July ua. N. K r . ; ; : : ; : : ; ; , : ; 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 now to iiiin li them to (lie Almighty, sliuo thev lime never Ikvii (might the line of (iihl. the lengths nnd breadths mid luights nml depths xis.sug nil I111 man iiiiiliTMsmllng? This Is the world's grewi ihmsI to know God ns IIm rviillx Is. n Put her. n Friend, n God if low' And to thus know lllm the piiple mill to he tiiught how serious I' they were mlstmight In the wist along the lines of hell mid purgatory How eould the. eM-- truly love nnd worship n God of Injustice nnd hnte-O- ne Inferior to tliemseltes One wjio knew, foreonlnliMst nml prepansl for their torture !sfore they wen' Isinil They must see that these things, taught by the cn-eof the Park Ages, nre wholly at variance with the llllile else they will neer rount m k to Mi'' llllile imk- Is-- able to h Us terhh(r In their tru iNeht. Thc iHiit Ih IniiBHt thnt the slu nnd distill, sornxv mid trouhle all around us are the siislly of Hither Adam's )iltllenei Thev iimsl loiini t lint Gisl purHHHs a li(slli. and up II fling whirl) will U aa world wld n the rurse Msny rellabtfts lesilers tislny ilsi that thert Is h (lermifinl GimI nti'i nseiils ererrttilHc i a gnsil Notli Iiik whleti lbsr dehmale Nalilre-giM- l Is It "iirprlslnif In ilew of the fs- that Itns4 tistelilnes nn ImImic pmmn anlid In the iiHlvrrstllist. etrileae nml i. i : : : : : : : : : : two mlil ivow lnr to crowiliil todn nm 011 ltuell - Pnstor dellvcnMl Y.. barns, one Wo fJoil In : : : : : ; : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. : Both Phones Mo. 73 (MMMMMMMMMMMMMItMMMMMMMM'MMMl A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law HILL SCES TRUST REMEDY LAW And Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. XEtolunnxi, Ky. RAILROADER THINKS PROOF OF CAPITAL STOCK WOULD PREVENT FAL6E INFLATION. run Vv . Oni'knlh of U ice witn B. T. Davis HE FAVORS RECIPROCITY Refutes to Brieve That th United Statsa It In Any Danger of Oanaa'lan Crop Invasion. KELLY SMITH Attorney ftts t-Law BL Clinton, Kentucky to CMitUnit. Soma Historical Stamps. jstead of the Liberty, the words on tumn tviln? irttJl "Tlflnnhlln ith France." After that there was a now n".n akhib our uno conaiuons aro iair, latanjp, en which Louis Napoleon's head still appeared, but the worda DUt PO'tod'- In western North Da ("Republic France" were replaoed by kota crops will bo aneclod by the drouth. Montana la good, and northhBmplre France.' ern Mlnnoeota Is good. South Dakota la In had shape. Hnwovar, the Don't forgot our special offer on failure of tho small grains will affect our local commerce Interests. Iam Stwle&aker and Tennessee wagons. Informed farmers In South Dakota Hickman Hdw. Co. are now buying seed wheat at tho olorators for next year's crops. Corn should be a fair crop there, and flax reports are good, so that South Dakota will not suffer as largely as it - UH. .n.tKn... u, tv.. It.. Napoleon head appears ioia Louis in . . a intensely Interesting hitori- bar been racordod la post- Uca stamps so that a lars ooUactloa. M irtampa ofUm ahoiri la a moat atri-Iking manner how history was made. There la a period of French history la fwhlch la particularly Interesting thla way becaose the rtampa Issued at tthat time ao plainly abow the changes jla tha ruling power from monarchy and back again. Mcma. On one French (tamp 70a s taArrVa hA ftf TJwrfv an4 thi mrtrAm I -r rwsfBtxy leal aventa I . would lit no truHts, la ttiu accepted wSM Jafltfa J. tweaaksg of tgo mm toflaj; fwisnit. H reasarkaa erarr enraonftkaa to wroin that Ita capital stock Vft faUy W baf or It la allowed to do Business lb aay of our stataa. That Would prevent falaa Inflation of valuta and the. vrlda sale of atock In eatarprteea taaC are not solidly founded. There la plenty of money In the ntfy and It la beln offers! at a ,ow rat6 of for ahort-tlm- e J0""- - but llttl. of It aeema to be go- ing into the creation of new business enterprises. On tho csntrary, much of our money is going to foreign landa for Investment." Regarding crop cendltlons, Hill said he had not been home long enough to get an adequate Idea of the situation all over the country. Cropa Won't 8tlr up Business. "rYora what I haro leranad. how- erer," he said. l do not think the whole crop of the country will be sufficient to lend any great degree of animation to the Industries of the Paul Mlna, July 18. Thera 'llMa tort' Pn lntt The IIonii," from the text. "As for me nml my !iouo. we will nerve the Lord" (J ot lain fl'ASlQg vussttp Thi xxlv. 15). Pastor 8ii M: Do not understniiil me to touch Hint e the wiirlil'a Dpiwrtiinlty for life or tlenth eerlantliiK l now "(nil tin tli npixilnttil u liny In which lie will Judge the world." j:nint the world a Judgment or trial or tent. Thnt grent Dnj li future. It Is the Day of Clirlit. n tlHiiKiiiid yenrs long It will lieu glorious upjxirtiiiilty! Present right dilng nml rltflit thinking, or wrong doing nml wrong thinking will Imve niiiiii to dc with the condition of etery mini mid woman nt that time. He or hIip will enter lion that Day of Wejt.v log mid oHirtimlty either from n higher or a lower Htiindtlnt. proortlon-atel- r n he or nhe hn npteil wisely mid roiMtientloiisly nt the preMent time. Hut nothing Hint the world can do rnn liitiTfen with God's Kfetit that :i full optortunlty for life or death eternal shall then come to eery meinlNr of the race, lecnuso Olirist illiM for the uncodly Tho only clans to whom present life means life or death eternal l the Chun-h- . Ad hy the Cliurrli I menn, not church nor oiitw-nrprofessor, but those who hie entensl Into n rove-min- t with God tliroui.ii Christ nnd who tmve Ixhui iniide ptirtakerx of the Holy idrk. tastlbc ot the good Word of Urtl iMiJ tU howur of Aku hi K lUtsr ullniWa faH nwof, ftai vuui Apostle forewarns ns. It would be to renew tbvm a(rnln unto And there will lie no hopo for them with the world In the world's trlnl l)ny lieenusc they already have enjoyed their share of the merit of Christ' death When, therufore. I ssak of Godnud the home, I mn not hnvlng In mind a family conioisl exclusively of saint. To live rlchtisnisly, soberly nnd Kodly In this present world to the extent of one' nlilllly I what overy 0110 should do no lens An Inundation of Unbsllsf. In our dnj the shackles of Ipiiornnro nnd suMrstltlon nre brenkliic Men, women mid children are to llilnk for themselvei. They no longer liellevp the fnlry tnles of chlldliissl The drenilflll holiKohllnn nnd night mares, of tho Dark Ages respeetlng purgatory mid eteninl torture nn doiilited hy nil, nnd by the great muss totally disbelieved. Whnt linve they WmLm Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depot better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Invsttl gatlon you may care to make. Ita. No ever-Inotln- Thla Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a good crop overy year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good Investment, It will pay you to buy this place. The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want proiK)-sltliH- i. thpiilrtfleal semlHaiim. In the blah h. Is. mill even to some extern Ih tin IIh- - Grocery Snow Flnke Flour. Beat Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. 5 s.liitttoll whtMils a ituy womler ttlill rising gfsjierntioH Is Vilnc Us GimP Awakrned It Is lilaii nlliinthiti It Is almost loo sl The wssls of ttnls'tlef nlresil. ninr S4iwn In iIh mlmls or the lislHg gen enitlon nre g watenil iimtlniiallj mill in' growing All wiiu hte llmlr fnuillles. nil wbo love iimiiLlinl In gen oral siiuuld hitiwUmi to the furl that n world Itmt Itas lost Its Gist must of In- - mii HiilMHy iies-sst- r world Pis tonlr phlltMopby may serve the Mir posos of tin- - few. Imt stiniy cmitMit srte the mn"e of our race A gixl w III ere long menn n (IN less contetited world, nn unhappy world nml. bye mid bye. n world of nnnreh) nnd strife This Is our world wide education Is lending; In Few ol our nice emi stnnd mi education which twognUes no God. no rotelutlon of Him. no resxtnsllillty to Him. nnd no hope of n future life which will lie ef fected by the conduct of the present. triii- -- the P'ntl Rdpanilblllty. time thnt p rents riH Deliveries Pron Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 71 Doing hard work In n bent position pnut n Bit Icli In tho bark that Ih painful. If tho muscles haw become utmlnvd, you inii't get rid of R WItliout Help. Tho Brent penetraUiiK iwwor of IIAIJ.AHIVS SNOW will upiHul to you miMt HtroiiK ly at mich Uiuom, bcmiM it Is tho erj Udiu,' j oti noisl. l'rico 2r.c, r.Oc nnd J1.00 por IkiUIo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co 4 UNI-MKN- HICKMAN MARBLE TOM DILLON, Hurrrsanr In II. WORKS Sr., Prop. ilom.nli kNTMll iMHKh PV. & at" 9 ('.W'T-bbHI (i llnniliinac. Marble and Granite 1 Am pains, I BREAK NINETY-DA- Y SLEEP Monuments CURBING. STONK WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. 5? Well" For Olrl Who writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. could Has Slept Three Months Said to De on Road to Recovery. Hickman, Kentucky Business. Directory -- years I suffered with such scarcely ASK FOR RATES- - W. J. McMURRY Attomsy-at-La- r Office la Davla Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. OR. at. M. CRUTCHFIELO. Dentist Reciprocity Outlook Pleases. Hill wan pleased at the favorable failed to help me, I gave turn tho reciprocity question has Cardui a trial. Now, I feel takon In tho special serslon of congress, nnd believes the lowering of like a new woman." the tariff wall between this country B58 and Canada will proro of almost In- eHtlmnblo valuo to tho United States, and especially to SL Paul and th northwest. mlchf stand on my feet. After three different doctors had Jake Vamlalln, III., July 18. Awakening and remaining conscious for nn hour and a half, Miss Hazel Schmidt, IS years old, learned that she had been aaleep Just three months. "I cannot realize that It Is true, sho said "I cannot see how I could possibly have slept all that time" As sho finished her eyes again closed in sleep In the last 4S hours MIbu Schmdlt has been awako 11 I'hyslclnns said her condi hours tion Is improving and that she probably would be In normal condition this week. Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY mitKOTmiH It. M. IHI.KU J.J.C. llONIlUltANT It. T. HAVIH (lKO.lt. Til IIKI.K KM) llr .I.M. IIDHIIAHI) T.A.I.KIIKOItll I1KNIIY HANOKIl VOLIVA RECEIVES $27,000 In every homo where Is n baby DaTldaoa'a old stand. Phone No. 2. there should alio bo a bottle or Ale Ky. Hkkman, GEU'8 HAUY KLIXIIt. It may bo needed at any tlmo to correct sour ti'ouinch, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. mor complaint. It la a wholesome rem Funeral Directors and Embalmers. edy. contatna no opium, morphine or Injurious druc of unv kliwl "r.c. and 60c por botUe. Sold by Hickman I Phone 20, day or night. 5 Drue Co. Hickman, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Illght Next to Prico Houso W. F. MONTGOMERY Haloyon Days. ( Alcyone, or Halcyon, tho dnughtor of Aeolus, married Ooyx. Coyx was drownod and Aloyono, on learning his fate, throw herself Into tho sen. Tho gods wero moved by tho trngody of the young lovers; fhey brought them back to llfo in tho form of halcyons, or kingfishers, and they decreed that for tho seven days from Doccmbor 22 to December 20 the soa should remain calm while tho senblrds built their nests upon It. Thoso soven days, the last of the year, are thero-- 1 trarKiullIltVv The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her Head of Zlon Church, Once More Prosperous, Incidentally Kisses 268 Dables. Chicago, July 18. Thnt prosperity Is returning to tho once bnnkhupt Zlon City of John Alexander Dowle was admitted, following tho announce-mon- t that $27X00 was contributed to Wilbur aienn Volivn, the general overseer, after ho hud klusod nnd consucratud il.u 2G8 babies ot tho city. carta, awlngs. St. "sells It for Go Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on abort Botlce. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Lost, Proprietor. delicate orRans, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It Is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, fake Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS JJ O. We combine absolute safely with satisfactory service, nnd offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent .lONIIUUANT. It. (' KAMAOK, Ami'! Ou.lilor j, A. THOMSON. . o hammocks and porch Louis Furnishing Co. Ml" LAUNDRY -- AT ;; jj Our FRESH MEATS o. xx. fTi'y J London Olobn. I GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore H33ST dairy la The only Fttltoe Count, (Screen doors and fixtures ft Us. at Bey John I). Ilnokivfciiir has Urn l Inmmo of any man In Um) wrld. Tim following will rIvk wnno Mm of IiIh won) Hi: A rcront calciibvtor noti Uiat Uki Rorkvfidler Inroino Ih $2 05 a wcond, J123.CC 4 fi a ut an hour, $178,082 08 mlnuti, o day, $1,240,574 fiC a wook, ami $C5, 000,000 a ywxr. WlUi ovvrj' tick of tho clock thero drops Into tho Itocko follor strong box moro than 2. HW.M4M I'liime 4 Mooiua Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Tako that prvHcrlptlon to Holtu A KUIboii. l'uro driiKH, quick aorvlcu, reasonahlo prices. Ict ua flfiuro on Uiat bill of lum ber. Reynolds Moss tt Co., la corpora tod. Ftm loa WaUr at IL 8. OurHa'a. - - JL,t-- t. I J ' . . OoTtlNt HICKMAN. MA, (W wi , - Our Now Roofing We have just added the famous KX I . ,' X yy Bull Dog Roofing I If you want a neat, durable, reasonable priced roof you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. to our line. LET US SHOW YOU Reynolds, Moss Co. A New Attraction. ars; - J IgStline map of Hickman designed to show location of the Industrial League Addition and new Belt Line or IN. C & bt. L. K. K. 1 his addition will be the prettiest part of the city when built up. 5u .. .. ....... - I MrliiiJ Warner's rl home ( trclt 1 (Kilnco fA: )outg jtlfl will bo far safer in (miiik man burn or Itw7 liaiuln or pfs'ntj in uioKmte druuiiuiiuiuxtH, 11 twwu'M nnd liHliiMiioiw, energetic and tllHIl tlU WOllld Willi II IHUlOllH. lywJiij; man who linn only known the am or life, ami to whom work fiYnii incidental uiattor ruthor lhau itum niul jiurjNit of life. when nro those who iiki;Ic wcrot of ImiIiik ttntl under any olrctiiiHUanwM. USSii or ix)r, hW:h or low. It nmkwi pjSJJffi'Uiut', tho bright littlo frmu- y tjhtln of Joy liiiiililou 11 i J tut oh Do thoy llvo 111 tliolr hmrt Ta lo: cabin The flm on It lunn- M hcurlh becomes brrlghlur lliun KSl1l.1l chundelW lu tin Aladdin Cpjio children bavo tholr pleas-ure- a Train thctn to bo obedient, tliHr uUky liniina can devise so long (liuu li Uivin bavo all Uu fun their iifat and to some exdMit orderly uud n It U ImniiltiiH mitl Innocent Ing nftr they liuu grown to manhood fciid twuiKiiihood, oven iiflT tlwy linko families of their own, Uiey Hill look Uwk to tiiHr childhood an tlio brWitctt oasis of their lives. Molluir ii Mill bo thought of as tho dfurost and fatbur oh tlio bint num. t U10 wo-iiui- uw sw'(tt tin.- - iiiiihV-feSk- of tho liaiiliifnn j 011 will over liavo, jou will gii nt bouiu. TJ10 ludopuhdeuco that oiiium to a man when tils work U anil lie fola tlmt ho I1A1 run out of tlio Htomi Into tho quiet bar-lo- r nt home, 1iere ho caii rct lu jkju'o with bin fmiilly, la boiuotiiliiK runl. It iltMti not maku much differ-- n wln-tluoil own your houso or have oiio Uttlo room lu that houtw, nlnoteou-tworitioth- a Probably oir you can ninko that little room a home man's llfo Ls his awakening. There to you. ootiiort a time when he's aroused from of tho condition of the dnuny cnrel(t.neA8 of boyhood by the ocnliiK OiwUilUUe8 of life. If There are many luvniy hoiuoft, then, drops Into ludlfferenro ami Cod, lu ovory couiuiunlty, and he thank Uviw llfo lu an easy, slilfllces way, doliiK batlnr at town of Illckmnn, (taunt y whuii liioy oxit Uiere mva out from he frUicra awuy his chanced. If ho o( Fulton, Htttt of Kentucky, nt tbe close Gity Taxes Now Due. Uuim a hhtwiil Inflili'iice which can comes to a deep, etiructit purpose to of buslneni on tbe lMIi iy of July, 1011 mrdly bo ovortitiiuatod. "A real Uo t.oimi Willi it mother lu It," wluwo be at his bet and do his bout KKSOUKOKS early at tlio hlgiiest rank City Taxes are now duo. The penluntltable doom are over open to t 49.S77 8S al' v goeu on Sept. 1st. Hotter pay eiu:ils lu business, profecalon IxnnBiia dlcount tlioM not mj bletiMHl, Ih a wonderful IT. H. mid other llonds, BtocLi find or traile. Tom Dil0 (JO now and savo extra costs. (Securities Ixiwer for good. Wl 13 lon, Collector. Due from bank ' 8,(61 tK Actual cnab on lutiul The mottt illustrious stntesmen and OUxcka, rnsli Item and exchange The cliild Ls always great-.iuw- h K5 for cltarlnit 'tlio uuluippy clillil. She Ih a pert uiitM eloquent ministers owe their Ask for Margaret Flour. SflNI to the fottterlnt; Influences of Orerdrafti (secured) who lias leoriml trty o nvanl overOverdraft (unsecured)... J flit II 1.9)1X7 homo. N'aivoltHiu knew and felt this W. H. Baltzer and wife wero In Fulmuch tlio Mnip.f nnd vaultloti of life, Current expense and taxes paid.. 2.5A) S3 ton, Monday. 0 DO or plio Is n oor littlu dl:"ontont'd when ho Mild, "What Franco wants Kent Kstnte is good mothers; and you may be Furniture nnd Fixtures.. 8.US 11 3.(M 41 1cilin, vlio haa luivcr hiul a cltanco C. T. Uonduraut was In CaniUiers-vlli- a wire then that France Will have Other iuncta irot tncluded under for oliUdlnh pLiy, and looks with enow any of tbe nboro beads last week. vy at Uio ra;ed, little Uimbllnj; ur- Kood sons." t efi,0M03 W. L. Holm went to Nashvillo, on obilin who inako mud plea on the business; Thursday. riKid ldo. An exteiuUve library docs not make nupoxiT The Peoples Bank 1 A now amuawunet feature in Hick man will bo known as "The Com," owned by Percy Jones and managed by I Friedman, It of Paducah. will bo located la a building 25x80 erected especially for the purpose, in West Hickman. In short, It ls a vaudeville and moving picture show, and will probably be thrown open next week. Tho exact date will be announced later. The Gem will be on tho Paducah-Cair- o circuit, and wo aro assured that the vaudeville, moving pictures and Illustrated songs will be the beat obtainable. A novel feature, will bo a soda fountain in connection with, the bhow business. Special attention will bo shown la dles and children. Good order will be maintained by a special officer. Jones has established a new record e building; building and for equipping his place in about ten days. He would be a good man to have on the committteo for building an opera house in Old Hickman. Two scenic artists have Just finished a handsome drop curtain for the Gem, which will probably rise for the firbt tlmo some time during the coming week. Sliows will be given every night, and a free show will be put on In tho afternoon each Sunday. play-hous- H over-dntH- 'l ll , KauctliiKkiilous face a Uapltnl stock paid lu. In nn elahonUo bIu a doctor, or cash Tlio Rrrnt event In every young 11 pair of wIiiks an aiiKol. The world Surplus JikIkvs us by what no are, and not by Undivided profit Deposits on which Interwhat wu neeui. est Is pnld miu-Is'er- a lawyer; a $3.SU00 0 CO W. It. Drown returned Monday from a low days stay at Jaclrfion, TVjnn. J 'a,l5 8.S72 SH.W1 ti 61I 8,005 Mrs. J. M. Retd has returned from a bliort visit to friends In Memphis. Galen Powell, of Nowbern, TtMin., has accepted a position) In Jones Cafo. Mrs. W. J. IiOgau and daughter are visiting In Reelfoot, Teun., and vicinity. Turnip seed In bulk for fall sowing Just received. Dettersworth & Pi a Ui or. GREAT REDUCTIONS on all MENS SUITS OXFORDS arid STRAW HATS It will pay you to get my prices fore you buy I 0 JT be- 9w " Where Quality Higher than Trice' StiUo of Kentucky. I ... change and turned out the County of Fulton, articles and substitute for I, O. I. Shumate. Cashier of the above Mayiue Dcudlcs, of Florence, Ala , named bank. Uo boleniuly that them real homely (hints tliat wo ntjou statement Is true to swearbest of the my is here the guest of his oUter, Mrs. tbe could enjoy ovtry duy lu tho year itnowiouveniiu Duller. (). IN SHUMATE, S. D. Luten. and every moment of the duy. Correct Attest: V. S. Km.! HON ) Dr. E. M. Crutrfiflelrt nnd ftun Al T. A. l'liATHKH, Jb. Directors ) exander spent Sunday at Proctor It. It. Shaw Tho boy who looks upon his homo me as a place for tho display of ner- () Subscribed and sworn to before 1811. by City, Tenn. 1 Shumate this Wtli day of July, vous Irrltntion that cornea from over- My commission expires Jan. 17, lull. Ross Cheshire, of Nashville, waa H.O. ItKLV, work, whero everything ls sacrificed Notary Public hero tho first of tho week the guest tSKAL to the lovo of show and no place ls of Miss Mabel Wilson. lef for the angel of rest and peace, Phone 38 for groceries. John Q. Adams, who was recently will leave It at Tils first opportunity, appon- and at tlio samo tlmo his training Mr. Sanger ls visiting relatives iu operated on in Nashvillo for dicltu, is able to bo up again. him to meet tho great TlpicnvUl. has temptations ou(6lde. Mrs. S. L. Royster, one of tho best V. II. Hart and Marlon Provow ladles In the world, has the sincera spent Sunday in Tlptonvlllo. thanks of tho Courier force for thts Mother, young man, Is the sweetMrs. R. I... Bradley and son, Mark, i.ico treat sent us Monday. est name In all tho world and should be held in rovorence by every boy. aro vitJting her brother, Wm. Costello J. M. Ezelle, Ellison Dros popular Tho tlmo Is coming when hor feeble at Charleston, Ills. butcher, had the misfortune to stick lunula will bo folded, her watchful Simon Smotliermau Is hero from a meat book In bis right arm Moneyes dosed and tho lips once warm Amarel, Ark., attending tho bedside day, and 1b carrying the wounded witii mother's love bo cold, tho fond of his brother-in-law- , G. A. Perry, member In a sling. heart whoso nnxlous buntings once who ls very low. Miss Lncllo Robblne, of New Madfollowed your wayward feet will bo stilled forever. So while you can, Several Illckinaii ian witnessed rid, who has been visiting her slsteV, call her mother. tho game at Fulton Monday. Among Mrs. A. A. Fans, left Saturday oil others "were County Attorney Honey, the Rees Lee, but had to return to if Bomo mou acted half as decently W. C. nerd, Duck Roiney, Dr. C. M. Illckinun and go home by rail. when at homo as Uiey do when away IUnckford nnd C. O. Schleukor. Dave Morgan sold sevon hoga to II. from home, tic re would be agreat Miss Hettle Williams and Artie P. Johnson, Monday, .that brought 199. dral of brightness added to domestla Williams left Sunday for Iilrmlngham, 17 Ono hog weighed 445 pounds, whll life. Ala , to visit and attend a gun shoot tho other six were only nine mouths there From there, Miss Williams, old Hog raising in Fulton county & French's. will visit in Memphis and St. Louis. should bo pushed a little more. Shoot Music at Fetho too-goo- d o homee Otuhler'aUhecLaoutstnudlnK are many tluit do not dosono tho name at all. Oertllled Uhecks Due to tanks Homo means comfort, but when wo Notes and bills redUcouited have It fixed up ho elaborately tliat Hills payable wv must Kit In tho garret or tho back Other llabllltleii not Included ynrd to Renuluely enjoy ourselves, der nny of tho nbovo heads thou It la high time wu made a Tiierai d DeiKwlts on which Interest ls not pnld 25 8S.SH Vt 0 00 0(0 IW BJVO w 00 0 00 0 00 uu- - t 05,OUS Ul " ill-fitt- JU.JlU.,..JK -- S Prices have been cut in easnest, with the determination to make this a clearance sale in every sense of the word. Smith Amberg Everything going at a tremendous sacrifice, so come and lay hold of the best values in summer goods ever offered. K The second and last week of our Big July Clearance Sale offers you the last opportunity at the biggest bargains you've ever had offered in Summer merchandise. Come at once. You'll be well repaid. Sale of White Goods Flaxons, plain stripes and cross bars, sold 25c All Pure Linen at 60c All Pure Linen 15c Silks in the Clearance 18 Musi. n Underwear at Sale Prices 79c 55c 42o 45o 35c at 25 to 35c to 29c 21c 45c 12c $1 at Llnene at 12"c Llnene at 25c White Lawn at 20c White Lawn at 15c White Lawn at 25c Waist and Dress Goods at 20c Waist and Dress Goods at 15c Waist and Dress Goods at 75c 60c 60c 60c and $1.10 Fancy and 85c Fancy and 50c Fancy Marquisettes, all Silk Mulls at Drens Silks at Dreis Silks at Dress Silks shade SKIRTS Made of ood quality Cambric, trimmed with good quality ftp taee and embroidery, prise range from 7Se to 2, sale prise QQ I at pn Od QQ HO DRAWERS Coed quality Muslin with deep ruffles of lace and embrel. dcry, regular price 35c to 1J5, sale prleo I0c 20c 16c 12c 18c 16c 12c np f Lawns at Clearance Prices All 5c and 6c Lawns 7c and 8c Lawns at 10c Lawns at 15c Q at GOWNS Made of good quality ed, regular 50o 4c 5c So 12o Muslin and Nalnseek, tastily trlmnv J Q " to 1.60 quality, alo prlo I np. j Lawns at 25c Lawns at 18c Regular 60c to $1.00 grade CORSET COVERS at.. 42 to H'x- - a DRESSES 6.50 and 7.00 White Llnene, 1 SKIRTS piece We have about 50 skirts, odds and ends from former seasons, which we are closing out at a very great reductions. 11.00 Skirts reduced to 6.75 5.00 7.50 and $8 Skirts reduced to 3.50 5.50 Skirts reduced to 4.00 Skirts reduced to 2.75 3.50 Skirts reduced to 230 MATTINGS 10c 12l,c China Mattings .. 20c China Mattings ISc 25c China and Jap Mattings. 15c 30c China and Jap mattings 25c 35c China and Jap mattings . 20 c IjOO China matting rugs . 7(c 50c Jap matting rugs Mo 9x12 Jap matting rugs 3.15 Matting remnants, all lengths up te 12 yards at off. 3 dress, lace trimmed at 3.75 6.50 and 7.00 Suits, white and colored Llnene, trimmed with braid 9x12 Rugs 12X0 and U.W Tap. Orussels ug 10 00 an m&; X MM 17 0 at 3.50 12.50 white Lingerie Dress, lace trimmed, a bargain at 6.50 12.50 Voile Dress, trimmed In cluny lace edged with black 9.50 r 6.50 embrorldery and embroir dery and lace dresses, sleeves, very swell 5.00 three-quarte- at 16.00 tXAO Drutseis Axmlmter Rugs, seiamless Rugs, new patterns. In Oriental and Fferat ... LADIES WAISTS 1.25 White Waists now 1.75 CHILDRENS DRESSES 60c Percale and Gingham Dresses 42c 35c white lawn dresses, age 8 to 14 25c at 35c muslin and gingham dresses, age 2 to 6 98c LACE CURTAINS 5.00 Novelty Curtains at 2.00 Lace Curtains new 1.50 Jft.00 Velvet Hugs, seamless, Floral 19. V) and Oriental designs 30x72 Axmlnstcr Rugs, 4.00 values, H J at 25c n 1.35 White Waists now 1.69 2.00 White Waists now 1.98 2.50 Whltte Waists now Odds and ends, slightly soiled, reduced to half price. 3.50 1.66 30x60 Lace Curtains now U0 1.00 Lace Curtains now 75c Odds and Ends in Curtains half price Velvet Rugs, 8.60 value Small ugs, &0 value at ? 20 1 9 Ladies and Childrens Oxfords 3.50 Oxfors, patent an $3 Oxfords, pat. and 2.50 Oxfords, pat. and 1.75 Oxfords, pat and 2.50 Misses Oxfords, 1.75 suede now 2.98 vlcl, now.. 2.55 1.98 vlcl 1.48 vlcl 1.98 Just Glance at These Savings Hart Schaffner & Marx 22.50 and 25.00 suits, now. Hart Schaffner & Marx 18.50 and 20.00 suits, now. h . on Clothes MILLINERY GOING AT GIVE AWAY PRICES Nothing the mnttrr with the hats, but this is the time vc choose to close out nil remain ing stock, even though we lose money on it, in fact, the prices we are asking now will be like giving hats away. Mats that sold from 1.50 to 5.00 iT.fi b MM aH . T rw pat and vlcl. Boys Clothing That will appeal to both the boys and mothers, all offered at exceedingly low prices. Most boys will need another suit when school commences. 2.25 Misses Oxfords, pat. and vlcl 1.89 Misses Oxfords, apt. and vlcl 1.48 1.50 Misses xfords, pat. and vlcl. 1.25 1.25 Childrens Oxfords, in patent and 1.00 vlcl, now 1.50 and 1.25 Odds and Ends In La75c dles Oxfords, now 1.25 and 1.35 Odds and Ends In Miss90c es Oxfords now 1.35 Odds and Ends In Misses white 75c Canvas now 1.50 2.25 Boys Tan Oxfords Wm H . 1650 and 18.00 suits, plain and fancy patterns .. -- 7.00 and 8.00 5.00 and 6.00 3.50 and 400 2.50 and 3.00 Boys Knickerbocker suits . Boys Knickerbocker suits Boys Knickerbocker 4.85 3.85 .'2.00 U off suits ..2.75 arc 1.00, 1.50 2.00 and 3.00 Boys Knickerbocker suits . MENS UNDERWEAR regular Moxjs D. V. D. Union 1.00 garments Suits (JU nn Mens 50c Underwear, nainsook or balbrlggan Mens 35c Balbrlggan Under- suits, a wide range of patterns, all extra values 15.00 flra. J) II Boys Straight Pants . Higher Priced Hats Marked at Half. MENS SOCKS SOo 10.00 and 12.50 suits wear Boys 60c Porosknit or brlggan Union Suits Boys 25c Porosknit and Drawers at bal- you'll be surprised at the qualities, now Odds and ends in men's suits, ranging from $10 to $15, choice now NO ffl , h Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Pants 5.00 Worsted and Llslo Socks In plain and fancy patterns now re- 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.50 " " Cassimere Pants... 4.25 " " ...3.25 " " 35c plain and fancy Socks duced to 15 and cd to ;0c fancy socks rpduc. Shirts MENS SHIRTS Take this opportunity a supply. Mens 1.60 1.00 to lay In Ido IIUJI'S OK BLACKS INCI.UDIil) " " Mens Boys Knickerbocker Pants MENS AND BOYS HATS ...2.00 ...2.50 ...2,00 15 0ff 10o black and tan Socks re. duced to MENS FURNISHINGS Mens 8uxpenders, 60c grades i all makes Mens Suspenders, 25 and 35c ... i. us ufc 21. Mens 20o Suspenders 15o Mens and Doys 15c Suspenders.. 8c Menu 50c Delta now 40o Mens 35c Delta now 210 Doys 25c Delta now 210 Mens 15c Handkerchief now.. ..10c Mens 10c Handkerchief now... .Bo Mens 6c Handkerchief now 4c and 1.75 Shirts, newest patterns.. .W im f and 1.25 Silver Shirts, this spring styles.. 0 Mens Gold and Sliver Shirts I 1.00 to 1.50 value at Mens pn or JJ Jc MENS AND BOYS OXFORDS Choice of all Florsheim's 5.00 oxfords, now 425 3 50 3 00 yr Mend 50 to 60c Dress work Shirts now Mens 60c light blue Cham- QQ Ovc bray Shirts now a"dC fjc Florsheim's and Crossett's regular 4 00 patent and dull leathers, now Choice of all 3 50 patent and dull oxfords, now All 3.00 patent and gun metal oxfords, now 2 50 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Boys Boys Boys Mens 4.00 hals now 3.00 hats now 2.50 hats now 1.50 hats now 50c caps now 2.00 hats ............... 1.50 hats '"'"' .'"."'"."..' 1.25 hats .. . and boys straw hats now ...... ...... lifrTiirB IrtlAKESTHlMG: ?m SHEER WHITE COTTON CAN BE TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrf See Our Agent F. E. CASE & SON U8BOFOR SIMPLE BUT Saad Salamy for high grade SAFE PflETTY WEDDING. GOWN. Staple and oBXSc IN 0U ... CvMtkt IW4, U V a ." ...t.2 - i'J' II i P. ID Handwork With Embroidery or Laco Will Make It as Attractive as an Infinitely More Costly TO DETECT Dress Would Bs. You can havo a protty woddlng with a gown of sheer whlto cotton, mado attractlvo by your own simple handwork with embroidery, fancy stitches or a bit of lace, which will bo a much more useful dress to wear after you aro married than a more costly and 'elaborate gown of satin, chiffon or inet These latter materials are lovely, but If you expect to spend your quietly In your own homo you will, like many brides before you, never havo another occasion to wear a handsome white gown after you aro married. Hut 1 do plead for a roll, which need not bo very expensive, says a writer In the Iji1Iu' Home Journal. In draping a tulle veil fasten one corner on the head under a wreath of orange blossoms, myrtle or a bandeau of pearl beads. Arrango It la graceful folds, and shape It around tho lower edge to conform with the 'length of the dress. Use a heavy silk wire drappvd with narrow ribbon for the foundation, to which tho veil may be seued and fastened with long pins on tho head Tho veil may be drawn around over tho face, and tho folds Imply parted and thrown back after tho marriage has been solnmnlxed. I saw a fanclnatlng Idea for a veil worn by a bride who departed In Rovers! pleasing ways from tho established customs. A lovely Spanish laco scarf was arranged on tho head over g n wire band, with a frill around the faoo In Qrwuze fashion. lOvrr this was fastoned the long veil 'of cloudy tulle, wTeathed with small 'green leaves One might use a frill of Iflno old lace In this manner. It glvea .a delicate, softened appearance to the face, and Is more becoming than white evo-ntntwo-Incfall-lin- Fancy GrocerieF SPURIOUS NOTES jIS&SKL COAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. Cr"ro XJf a, Value of Tester In Banks or Other Places Where Much Money Is Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Handled Readily Seen. : I .Mit4 V,.i Nil . rikHERE'S safety in n bank account, for the reason that wM it is a clear signal of the future. It means that things nrc clear ahead, and that your road is unobstructed. Make up your mind not to travel another step if you have no bank account. For tho purpose of hotter detecting counterfeit notes a New York woman Free Delivery has In vented a testing apparatus whU'h brings tho nots under the viPhone 183 INDIAN REFINING sion of a strong magnifying glass. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The dvlro closely resembles the EVANSVILLE ateteoptlcon. First tbero Is a long arm with n handle at ono ulllUlllllllllllllHIuMHW end and a magnifying glaus mounted above tho handlo Tho other end slides through n supporting frame with spring pressed arms and hooks at the tops of two uprights Midway tho two uprights and extending above tho grooved rail that holds the WHEN YOU PAINT note Is a wlro to keep tho note from Standard Gas Engine Oil Trial CO. Remember Two Thing's The paint is small part of the cost. It's the ing that counts. It costs less to I . paint- The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. 2. put on good paint than cheap, be cause it's made better. If you use Dc Sota Paint Cayce Milling Co. you Set the best results at least cost. You will remember the high quality long after you have forgotten the cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. Cayce, Our Motto-PUR- ITY . 3E5Z.-V- REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give and HIGHEST QUALITY it n trinl. Wc also carry Oils and Varnishes IIMMMMMIHHIWMII Bank-Not- e i? We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis wc solicit the potronage of the public. Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Cayce Milling Company 1 IVt DUPLEX CHURCH. th ancient unlvnrlty with ono ofossor for nrh revon students; at wirhans the most lntontlnK tlnjc In tho old city fmm ono iolnt vlow l the Church of tho noiy host Thin church In ono of tho buildings In ot ancient partition wall tho town. wrni run nnir urn h krouxh tho contor, and service am hid simultaneously according to tho onvin Catholic and tho Protestant tuats In tho year 1791 tho Iwtor, barlwi Philip, attempted to deprtvn Protestant of tholr half of tho lunxh. but thla so offended tho toler- at and eaay Rolng Heldelborgers that wan rnmuelled not onlT to desist thla effort, but to romovo tho doc- court to Mnnnholm. WILDCAT J Old Holdfllborn Is Justly colcbrntM TOR DRINKS Cool and Refreshing i() TO Cowgill's Drug Store where you will find every- thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. first-class 'choose white suede kid rather than J NEW SAPPHIRE NOT GENUINE ,glace. To wear with your traveling suit you will need a pair of heavy French Scientist Discovers Solution of gloves gray and brown are the shades Problem That Has Baffled 'most worn In kangaroo or soft finMsny Heretofore, ished buckskin, and either one of theso colors In tho numerous tones News comes from Paris that at last Ota In nicely with almost any color artificial sapphires havo boon pro'suit duced, after many unsuccessful experiments. Artificial rubles are now an old IN NILE GREEN POPLINETTE story. The artificial stones havo all the properties, chemical, physical and iDesIgn for Dainty Dress for the 8mll optical, of the natural goms. The only way In which experts con detect them Maiden net anouid Be or Black Tagal. Is by finding them too porfeat. as tho natural gems have microscopic IrreguA dainty little dress In Nile green larities and Inclosed Imperfections Ipopllnette is shown here; the skirt that are abseat from the artificial has slight fullness, which Is gath- product Tho stumbling block In the making ered In at tho waist, and trimmed at of sapphires has been tho color. Either the experimenters could not pro duco desired blue, or the stone would have a crystalline structure that mado Its detection oasy. Now. however, M. Verneull has submitted to the academy of sciences atones which ho has made, colored with oxide of titanium, which, aftor a severe examination, are pronounced Identical with true aapphires, though It Is just possible that cutting them in gem form may reveal some Irregularity of reflection or refraction. SANITARY DEVICE FOR HOME In flowers. If you are having bridesmaids, the bending It In tho center. When there Is prettiest and newest sorts of head-wea- r any suspicion about tho genuineness of a Mil It Is tho work of a few minutes are the little llngtrlo caps of lace or net, with plaited frills to adjust the note In the stand and Inand rosebuds. In keeping with theso spect It carefully under the glass. Tho raps, dreHsos of bordered mull would most skillful counterfeit will not stand Greek this test Tho value of such a device be charming In the style, simply made, with a silk cord In banks and other places where a around the waist tied In a bow on tho great deal of money Is handled will be readily seen. left aldo In front If you do not like the Idea, now often followed, of going gloveless, all-ot- er short-walated Tester. Porch Furnishings 00P tuMV 4 ELfBafl lHi3 SVei S I 1 r' f Tf aBP II" - " HfK t - Iw wSrJcfci Consl.l K t!- -- -- -., Ginrv. 1V09, br C F Zimmctimn Were it from the fact that it merely improves the appearance of the house, you couldn't afford to be without a few pieces of porch furnishings, but when you add to that the solid comfort and keen enjoyment that may be obtained, and then take into consideration the exceedingly low prices at which we can furnish your porch or lawn you won't be without a few pieces. We have them both in the rustic. and in the brightly colored kind. We never carry such goods over, so the prices are as reasonable ns the goods are seasonable. WAS THIEF. Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleas ures of a box of nnat constantly dlmlnlahod Although mrnfnHr secured the door of his humblo habitation tho thefts contln ed and at last ho hid In a clump or bushes and waited tho comlnR of tho Ho was natounded to boo nn hlnf inortnous wildcat approach his cabin. jnd disappear throuRli w winnow. Tho R nnnnoil tho door and fired animal fell, and tho dopredntlons bare now ceaaed k From Bassart In Sardinia comes a nrlona atory of a peasant and a wild-nFir tho past fow daya Nleolo emartls, on returning; homo from his ally labor In tho fields, wan annoyefl i Omt hla frucal storo of cheeso and L "Hcjijler's Candy For sale at Simple Drinking Fountain Shown Illustration Herewith Has Many Points of Superiority, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOHPOIIATKD " Cowgill's Drug Store While the managements of publlo Institutions are malting rapid pmgreus In securing sanitary conditions, the average person Is looking forward to having tho same benefits In his own home, says Popular Mechanics. The overflowing drlnktDg fountain In public school buildings makes a gorin-proo- f mothod of obtaining water without the aid of a glass or tin cup. Pracdrinking tically tho same sanitary UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office -- WRIGHT'S- fRANQ HIS OWN DEATH KNELL. nnthAr nrtrnnrdlnarr clrcumBtnncos ttanMi ihn nulrldo of a church sex ton at the HunKrlnn vlllnRo of Koros- recently The lnrinminnis ninrtneil bv tlio vlolont ringing pf their church boll, nnd thought n , pro must lmvo broken out As. Bajany n how-vor- iclf V nono could horn went to tho beirry to ntscovor hA reimnn nnd tbero found tho body pf tho aoxlon diingllng from tho belt- opo with which ho had nangea mm- - bo peon, somo of When yoi feel lazy, out of ortH nn yawn a Rood deal In tlio daytime, you 'n chnrco It lo n torpid llvor which ban allowed Uio syotnin to get full of inurlUea HEIXIIINH cures all dls ardors produced by nn liinctlvo liver It fltrencUiena Uwt orRun, cleanses tho jwola and nuts tho system In good Jthy condition. Price 60c. Bold by IlicJaiuui Drug Co, Window Glass. Utility Is the mother of noarly all dcoraUvo featurou Windows wero first deslgnod to tfvo light Tho his- tory of glais shows that tho useiui has tnknn decoratlvo prominence. In old colonial housos glass In Hmall panes was used probably becauso It P HT was cboap. Tho sash was divided by plocos of wood called raulllons. foot by a deep band of laco tho same Ismail After many roars glass enmo to bo color. The Magyar bodice has a prettily used in largo bIms, and of recent s are ymlts It has boen tho practice to have shaped yoke of laco; . DUb m, B1I1KIO IUWI, Ulivil In n taW lit n o,j edged with It, and under ones nro of large sIm of plate glass, Tbeno hto crcuni lace. permlsslblo only whero tho view warHat of black Tagnl, trimmed with rants their use. Tho averago houso a bow of Nile satin ribbon. Materials required; 4 yards or cottago Is bolter without them, as 42 inches wide, 2 yards 18 they suggest the show window of a shop rathor than a dwelling. Inclios wide, H yards lace for r I A Electric Shoe Repairing Outfit 'fc'f Mmm i n-A L- -: For Home Use. fountain baa made Its appearance in a Nothing but First Class Work. device that may be attached to any water pipe connection for use In Prices Lowest. Satisfaction Guaranteed. homes as well as large nnd small, school buildings. This simple fountain, as shown In the Illustration, has A. J. WRICHT. Mgr. a fow points of superiority, one of which is tho glass overflowing cup. When tho water la turned off for the night or at times when there Is no Don't forget our special offer on, I havo homo bottom land for salo. use for It, the plpo and cup are completely drained through small holes aJo boiho city property. Call and buBBlta to clcau up. Hickman Hdw. Wo can show you any grndo of provided for that purpose. The valve leot uh show you what wo havo. 13. Co. wall paper you want at a very modII. C. Barrett, funeral director and Is sst to make the overflow right on Q. 1IAUU erate prlco. Fetho & French. ombalmcr, with St. Louis Furnishing the water pressure. Don't forget to renew your But. Co. scrlptlon to the Courier. Tbe paper ex All tho loading magazines at FuUio Now stock of bolting, all alaea. Boo our lino of wall paper. Fetha Hlcknmn Courier and Commercial stops when tho Umo Is out no oeptlona. & Frouch'a. HIckaiB Hdw. Go. ft French. Appeal U-2- "Done -- VrtTlillo You OTit" il .!.. over-sleeve- Hickman Harness Co. pop-tlnutt- e under-sleeve- s. i. . A .. f J,frlJ. , .JitlL ..iNfcJr , . a! . . IX 33 X of tho condition of OUT Hickman Bank & Trust Co. Quality- Our Motto H iIoImk Imnlnowi nt town of lllckninii.f Jotinty nf Fulton, btnto of Kentucky, nt tlm oloe of builiiPMon tlioMli ilny of July Ivlli IlKhOUKUKH IOnFKniHl I I H H We earnestly solicit a part of Your Business. I S H l',H nml other dlacount.. lloniW, Stooki nml IllXlll lio SUM 7, W i hi'CUrltlt'ii Due from tanks Actiml crsIi on liiuicl .... OUR .... MA w V! IHieck. cuili Iteina and exctinnito for ch'nrlnu SKIM 0rrilnift(uiiMcurin... I.kh mis 157 Current vxpvim'H nml tine pnlil . Ucnl Ktntt ftii tl ion Furniture nml Fixture., Ovenlmru 9i ;o in ... U-n- Olhnr iw.eU not Included uinlcr nuy of thnnlioto liwitl a ui tsw.iTtf a t.tAIIII.ITIKH Cnpltnl Mock pnld In, In Hurplu BUSINESS for the Summer months could hardly be better. Remember that we are still offering some mightily good prices on ch i) in K) i,iiim XV.KA 1'iHllvlilo.l protlta iiiti'r- - I.IM IXpoltx on which tj 40 9 I H. B CURLIN The House of Quality I I H iH'ponltn on which Inter- rut In not (xtUl. . ritlapulil W.an II I Jit 7m 1 W W H Unxhlvr'a llhrcka outnlnmlliiK tVrtllle.l Check .... Due to Imnkt Vote ami lillU retltucuiiuteil HUM pnynltln Other lluhllltlrt not Ini'lmlnl lor nny of tl'o nlxnt- - hernia out (ii it in ( oi un- - 0 III lTlt W ninifl oi fti'iikiicfcj, i . County of Kill Ion, I, W I1. Iteeil, I'm li lor of llin almvtt iinin ol llnuk, iloixilctiiiily aMeiir Mint the nU Ntnteiueiit l true to Him IkmI of my knowl iiltre nml Ixllof. tkrrecl-Att- et: W.C Kkkii, Cnhlr " Identity Established. Diamond Joe Line, CHAH. O.HCHLKNMSH I V. II. H. 1. Ihii. us ) IIai.thk Mreclom, to lfuri tup ly SulKcrltol nml W.t). Itfftl, thU Hivirn of July lull tiny My roinmliulnn expire Jam. 17, 1 Kl I (SKAM After a lapse of more tltfin 30 j ears Furthur Information concerning tho St IjOULh Is to bo connected with old man who foil off tho stacker Iee, Mrs Cuy Bobbins 'iiiiTtaiii.il nt July 1C, a few mil us below Hickman Now Orleans by a direct line of wo get from tho Now Madrid Record. steamers, provided the plans of offl- I look TlhurMlny afternoon in honor lals of Uie Diamond Jo line art car- - of her Mr, MUw LlxxuIulifrK of It says - II. T. IlKAlr Notary llihllr BUGGIES "Wm, Connor, of Donaldson's Point 61 years old, was In New Madrid l&at Saturday and that night took passage for home on a Leo line boat. At Slough Landing, he fell from the hurrican roof.struck the edge of the boiler dock, bounced Into tho river and sank. Jlonday morning the body was picked up by the survey boat, and sent here In a skiff, was preiwred and burled In Evergreen Cemetery." a bachelor, nt rhsl out. Throe of the finest steam ers on the riwr will inaugurate September IB, one of tiiein leaving St. Ixmis for the Crescent City every four or five days. Tho steamers selected to reopen Uirough Ius8onger traffic are Uio Quinay, the St l"a.ul and the Dubuque, known as nmong the fastest, saftttt and uumx tnmfortablo on Uie rltor. Tho Quln' cy and St Paul have a passenger (w paclty of COO persons each, while Uie Dubwme carries 300. ptim-J- i n tw oung bvMes took thir places nt six tables. Mrs UHl Stan field wwn Uie prio, a lotiOj of afturdinnta cups and snuur rs The cousolaUon prize, a pair of silk luu'. was given to Miss Winnie Winn Rewore dcUilous, ptaoli freshments cream in smtUl aintel(unti halved, wiUi devils food cako Tlw jouitg la dlwH erirrfasscd thums-lvas having spent a delightful ofUcnoon ami hope Minn Auiberg will visit Uie nty quite often. Mnyfield M.esenger twenty-four Hleknmn Tea srvlih WAGONS HARNESS m Laundry Patrons, This is to notify our patrons that beginning on Monday, July 24, that we will collect all laundry bills at tho time of delivery. Positively no exceptions. All bills will bo charged up to the driver, who Is authorized to collect the bill or bring laundry back, rieaso remember tills. We find that we cannot sucessfully conduct tho business on a credit basis. Hickman i Laundry. 2c Bu-an- Pay Your Taxes. State, county and school taxes for are due. Pay now and save cost. Books will always bo found nt the Hickman Bank & Trust Co., Hick 1911 man; and City National Bank, at Pul ton. Meet me or one of my deputies at the following time and places: Some UtUo exoltoment prevailed Saturday afternoon when C T Hon durnnt took a few cracks with his fist at a iK'gro who disputi-- Mr I!on durant'B word. Tho negro's nnm is John Russell, ti share cropper on the Bondurant place. C. T submitted In J dgo Romley's court to bniacli of Ui lHfiut nnd paid tho fine. J M. Polk and wife, of Counuton Tenn., are visiting his fiiUu Rn I'olk nnd sister, Mrs II MrMullni Mr. Polk is nn old Hickman ami is making good. He is tuiu oahIih r of Uio Cortngton Savinw Bank Jordan, Tuesday, Aug. 8th. Oayce, Wednesday, " 9th. Crutchfield, Thursday, 10th. Fulton, Friday and Saturday. Aug. 11 and 12th. . ly Subscribe for the Courier. Goalder Johnson, man Sheriff Fulton County. tvbo will Ignore God Almighty when he is prosperous, but beg Him to eend rain when the drouth comes, Tho men who do a town more harm SU1I Uiero are stocks of that kind of than good may bo classed as follows: people In this great country of ours. First, those who oppose Improvement. Second, those who run down Mr. Bryan suggests OUlo James as to strangers. Third, those who nv a good man to head the Democratic er advertise Uielr business. ticket for president next year. Thero is no disputing the foot that Ollie Is An Ohio man spanked his wife wlUi one of the great men of the nation, the butti-- pitddte because she drunk niKl the mere suggestion from Mr. two glasses of milk, mid an Indiamt Bryan will meet with tho hearty ap- gonUcman whipped his better half proval of the many friends of tho because she wouldn't cook n big brainy Kentuddan, not only in his blackberry pie for him. There are own Stnto, but throughout (the evidences of a brighter day nhead for us men. Cflasgow Times. Its a "mighty" contemptible W. A. Illntihaw has succiled in raising Uie ferry boat, Dixie, and is g"ttlng her ready for service ng.uu Damage by reason of the Ixtat Hink lng will bo very slight. T --w- LK V x ' John Meach.un nnd wife returns! Monday from Scooba Miss mIkh they have leon visiting the femurs Iiarents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D O Menciiaiii Save from l to $2 a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from rolll.-- C. M. YsU 8UfiU Co. BACKACHE IS A i ,1 ' r 111, TfaknWfrrfr flfh'lP" &.'IV WARNING Hickman People Should Not Neglect Their Kidneys. MIDSUMMER VACATION TO Mammoth Cave Wednesday, Aug. 16th Round Trip from McKENZIE and Way Stations REGULAR TRAINS $3.90 445 p- M. All expenses nt hotel only $6.50i This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance. A GRAND THREE DAYL OUTING Write or phone L. & N. Ticket Agent at N. E. McKenzie Backache Is nature's most frequent signal of sick or weakened kidneys To euro the pains and aches, to remove the lameness you must reach Uio causo Uie kidneys. If you havo pain through Uie small of your back, urln nry disorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or are nervous nnd doproshod, start treat Jug the kidneys with a tested kidney remedy. Tho slightest symptom of kidney trouble may bo nature's warning of approaching drojwy, or fatal 11 right's disease. Doan's Kldn'-Pills should be used at Uio first sign of disorder. Doun's Kidney Pills are osiieclally for nick kidneys havo been curing kidney troublo for ocr 7f years liuit Hickman tesUmony. A. J. liunxiker, Bast Hickmnn, Ky , fiayB: "I cannot say too much In praise of Doau's Kidney Pills oa they had a wonderful effect ujion mo I suffered for some years from attacks of kidney troublo and at Umes Uie re was n dull aclio across tho small of my back, wlilch mode mo miserable. A short tlnio ago I procured Iran's Kidney Pills at Holm & Klllson's Drug Store and through their uso found entire relief from my troubles." For sJo by all dealers. Price COc. FoaterMllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for Uio United States. Remember the name Doan's and Uk bo otkw. Id-a- d to clean up for our big Fall trade. We are now showing the best lines of COOK STOVES in America, and can make the price. HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED