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J.O.Stubbs DENTIST Building, otrr Bret ard'l Store No. II I'bunt la fled THE HICKMAN COURIER. ttiB A BLUE MARK mant-tha- t joar mb eriptlon bAi expired Renew promptlr If yon want tbe pope r to coma to toii ftftxr till mon h HEBE fkdvertlslng is the Team that Pulls NtDKBT PAPER Commercial Ulagan up the Hill of Success. The Courier has a Spankin' Goad Team. Grease the Axles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up volume mi IN ho. WESTERN KENTUCKY r HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1911. WHOLE NO. IN THE ESTABLISHED ani TEAR 1HOB ill 1 I I Mi sHliliiiii 1 Hifcfcjjppi-II I III! 1' II H i illililF 111 & HERE rilih TrME h fl ml rA. Ask for Margaret Flour. You can show your wife or anyone else how you've saved a few dollars when you take advantage of the special suit sale now in progress. Look at the list. Written for tlio IVitirlerlir Kiln to lior liuilmiiil. Ilcntlr Mr(Uli Ueprlutt'il by mutual. June 1Mb. IW. and iliHllraled SOHE MIN flMST fflLL "Into some lives some rain must fall" O'er all land, storms and sorrows meet; Dut, when the rain and storms are gone, God sends tho sunshine warm and sweet And every "strait" will find a road; In every grief wo find a song. We must learn to bear and learn to wait, And "somo how or other" we'll get along. Wo've loved each other fond and true, And murmured not at what befel; Throe darling babes have crowned our Joys, All aro living aand doing well, We will bear our burdens, my dear, Whllo we aro healthy, young and strong. Again I repeat tho same refrain "Somo how or other wo get along." We will hall our cares with a pleasant laugh, And tak oare of ourselves with tender pride; Wo will keep an account of life's pleasures too, Which will balanoo up with the other side. We will never forgot tho sun That "behind tho clouds Is shining," And know this this much In life, "There Is no good In repining." J. J. Soay has the thanks of tho Courier forco for a box of IubcIous IxjaohoH. California never rahied flaor fruit than thin. A St. Iiouia JudKO saj-- s Uiat ho finds nowspapor mon a honest a lawyonw Itathor a quesUonnblo compliment to tho JoiirimllMtH. Uic conter of inipukiUoa Indiana, tlio cantor of contont-moand hnpplneus la down in UiUI onJ of Kentucky. AlUioiiRh w In nt Hart Schaff ner 22.50 and 25.00 Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, choice. . . & Marx Kunnv how mimo Hickman, men who nro afrnlJ to linx'ht in a local factory wM fall over thorn aelvea to buy a lxmah orchard In Alaska. Mre. T. T. Swayno and child ronloftl for Uaweon Springs to spond a couplo of weeks. Sho vas Jolnwl at Union City by hor mother, Mrs. Herring and Mlna Ella Whipple wMonday and Other Good Makes E. G. liwiB. Iwl8 J'ubllHlilnfi Company of St. Ixiuls, tea- urcBldoiit of Uio Uflid that whureas a few yeare ago lie was worth $8,000,000. ho was to borrow Uio money to go to (Wariiintfton to tosUfy. com-IKilled 18.50 and 20.00 Hart Schaffner & Marx suits, choice money spreads dlseaao gonna, ho FclonttotB dalm, but none has yot been retunied to Hickman by mail order houses with n requust that a' doctor's certificate of goxl jrfiyalclal cw million accompany same. I'AiMir A 16.50 and 18.00 suits, first-clas- s work' Claude MoKnctUi am Mite Kunlro In Him, of CXikton, were marrli-- Ntio county clerk's offleo la Wwdno5iy, II S. Sacra offletaUw;. Unloln City Commercial. Ij - Hobby 49 years old, of Nla- - ara Falls, Ont., yoaterday afternoon Ewcnt Uio Horso Shoo Falls In a IjMirrel ami hUU Mvuh. TIioiikIi 1i ow fiieveroly battered anil bruised In tint Irop of l&S feet oyer tho brink of Uio iataract, he sustained only nupsrflotia Jurltw and U ablo to b about his koiiKO This I the second time thecal-Sirnc- l Iioh be.-- wi eHiceeHafuHy navlilud. Mrs Anna Kdtxin Taylor, mtuU the rip In u barrel Out. J4, ItOI, ami mo out alive "Will you We told the Mild follow tO help lllllHM'lf, and MUfted Hilton him envloiudy. We hao often Rbdiod Uiat wo had never wen tiUle Tt on lh.t thore'u muno sort of a iiuUlon about the darned biuriiuitw fiat you cant nhnko off, with all of voxaUoim an multlfnriotm iiiIxuiki, tliich havo m?nt mi nmny iinii to the Uio Iioozo-Iumsmid wmo- Ml H iM'Vir 'i In. ltn mo ko Iwvck there? prlnUtu; irtops," aUl Monday. gentleman IwitK-hoUH- fincti to Uio poor-hous- e gontlaman .well acpuaintcd with In Fulton county, gavo it as his opinion Thursday, Uiat If tho He) burn of Itlalio In on a commiUio Beaton should not tter to lnveetlsnta Uio election of a remainder of year, fellow-oenatoMeanwhile, an Inquovt be unfavorable. Uio corn, this will average about 70 por cent., of a tie luntlco litqtilrendo should bo as to Uio peoplo who soot full crop. I ley bum thero. Editor Ilrico hoa Uils to say of Capt W. A. Shuok, of Jordan: "Capt Shuckl Wo aro rUmI to learn Uiat 0. II. Bond tlio famous Confederate Cavalry man formerly of UiU city. In nblo to bo who follow cd Gon. Forrest in nil his up attain aftwr undergoing an oporn-tlofierce and dCBjiernto forays and Is still appendicitis at Uio Preabytor-Ia- n or Htoutur than 9 out of crvery 10 young HiMiplUal at MoiiijiJiIh. Tlio opsr-aUo- u inen of 2C, was horo Wednesday " was performed July 22nd. Mr. Geo. h. Wlilto, ono of Union Ool. Henry A. Tyler nml his win, Clty'H splendid clUzons, has moved llolwrt Tyler, of Hickman, ilroo over to Clinton yterdny in Uiolr car and back to his fnrtn near Cayce temporof tho afternoon. Col. arily. Mr. Whito la jiersonally direct tqkint a Tyler, who won recently In Mlfltdjwlp-l- l lng work on tho farm. Tho gentleman Is one of Uio successful Fulton , loealed the grnvo of Hobort Spill-iiia- ii of County farmors, and la now able to who wan killed at tho side pretU-o- t Col. Tyler during Uio war of tho 'COs. keep a town honso, ono of tho homed In Uio city. Union City K. Wat-no- n He mmo lioro to seo Mm. I. about lmWiu; tlio sravo suitably Commercial. marked wlUi a hiio. Mr. Splllman Tho plans for tho now stwunor ww Mrs. waixon urm. nuuuiiu, y llrtiig Aqultanta, which tho Cunard Tyler forKto hU "boya" la building at Clydo Dank, havo or dwul, and hl Hfo fct almost whol- iHm modified to make Uio vessel Uio ly devoted to keeoliiK olive tho mora-orie- n largest in Uio world. Hur longUi will of those daya Uiat trliJ lnoli'n exceed 900 feot and bo ten fuot greatwith Hoiikt Tho (Vn.etto wiw honorxl er Uian tho length or tho 00,000-to- n a vlHlt from Uio dwUnKubhd old liner, Imporntor, which tho Hamburg-AmericaUwler Clinton Gazotto. will put Into service in Uio spring of 1913. the corn crop manshipand patterns. 15 13 12 .50 15.00 suits, worsteds and cassimeres, re- duced to close.. 10 .50 12.50 and 13.50 reduced for this sale to suits 8 .50 .50 BOYS' CLOTHING We offer choice of our entire stock of Boys Clothing at off regular prices. Figure how cheap this makes them. SMITH & AMBERG IMK8tilXENl A great battlo wtolch Is to determine Uio fate of American and Canadian reciprocity Is beforo tho House of Commons, which convened last week. Tho eituaUon will not bo clarified un-next Wednesday, as it is not aWSV likely that dissolution of Par' ? r- - v ' liament will como boforo Aug.lG, when :rrg:i 3 tho matter may bo put beforo tho peo-pl- o for a vote. I.I. common thlnga, each day's con-Blder-- n Farmers Institute. The Stato Boqrd of Agriculture has fixed tho dates and places for hold- irt aT event Tliut with th hour begin and end. Our pleasure and our dlacontenta. Aro rounds by which we may aaoend. tZA Kl ft K 1 iior w. Com-ivur- 6tewt and Stewing. cut of meat for stowing mny bo made moit palatablo by careful cooking. Wlpo Uio moat with a A cheap r ing Farmers' Institutes this year. For Hickman county Uio Institute wil be held at Clinton Nor. 16 and 17; for Carlisle, at Bardwcll Nov. 13 and 14; for Fulton county at Hickman, d 'or. 20 and 21; for Graves at May-fiel- Nov. 23 and 24; for Ballard Wickllff Nov. 9 and 10. at The Aim of Pay Your Taxes. 1911 Con-fel'ra- Tlio river bank at Illrd's Point has been caving for tho past two week ow ing to Uio low water In tho Ohio Itlver causing tho water In tho Mississippi to flow faster. Tho caving this w erk i great or greater than over before and unless Uio government puts in revetment work ninny hundreds of acres of Mlssiwdppl county soil will jet fall into Uio river. Home Comforts requires the soft, clear, white electric light as Old Sol's evening extra and substitute. For reading, sewing or the easy abandon of reflection or conversation, electricity reduces the tax on sight and comfort following the loss of solar illumination to a minimum. Our electrical apparatus is the latest and best in the market, and we'll give you close figurs. After twolvo long years of f loundor-ln- g about without rudder or compass tho old DomocraUc ship of Kentucky ia to bo supplied with theeo needful roast veaL Current Jslly with roast mutton. equipments, without which it hna so Mint sauco with roast lamb. often, stranded upon tho rocks. A Cranberry sauco with roast turkey. platform convention is to bo hold in Oystor sauco with boiled turkoy. JxMiIsvillo August 1C, delegates to bo Goosoborry sauco with fresh mock' chosen in ma.su convcnUon at tho crol. county seats on August 12. Spiced sauco with roast goose. 8picod grapo Jolly with vonlson. appcar-anc- o Wo haven't heard of Uio Sliced oranges with French dressing and ravages of Uio cotton crops with roast duck. In tho SouUiorn States this year, by Bread sauco with mutton. l, When meats aro brought from, the Uio but tho boll worm which is as destructive has bobbed market thoy should be removed at paper and put up down thero. So for tho Fulton onco from tho wrapping on plates In a cold placo. incounty cotton fieldB haven't boon Poor man's turkoy is pork chops, fested v,ith any kind of posts and It seasoned with salt, pepper and 8ogo,i Uio killing frost does not como too then roll In crumbs and bake with; early a good crop will bo picked. sliced potatoes 45 minutes. boll-weovl- damp cloth to romovo any bits of bono, then cut in small pieces and pour over them boiling water to cover. If Uio meat is now allowed to boll it will bocomo tough and tasteless, but by allowing to simmer slowly for sov-erhours it will bo tender and good flavor. English Stow. Take ono and one-ha- lf pounds of mutton cut from tho foroquarter. Cut up In Inch cubes and placo In a stow pan with a turnip and an onion sliced. Covor with wator and cook slowly for throo hours. Season with salt and pepper, thicken Uio gravy with flour and servo with bollod potatoes. An Irish stow is similar with Uio addition of carrot and colery to the dish. Meats and Their Accompaniments. Servo horsoradlsh with roast boof. Applo sauco with roast pork. Tomato or mushroom sauco with a! This House has always been to have only goods of highest quality to sell them at reasonable prices to fulfill all promises and cost. Books will always bo found at Uio Hickman Bank & Trust Co., Hickman; and City NaUonal Bank, at Fulton. Moot me or ono of my depuUea at Uio following time and places: Jordan, Tuesday. A'WT. 8th. Cayce, Wednesday, 9tV. Crutchfleld, Thursday, 10th. Fulton, Friday and Saturday. Aug. 11 and 12th. Goalder Johnson, Sheriff Fultoa County. State, county and school taxes for are duo. Pay now and save make no misrepre-aentation- s. It may Gity Taxes Now Due. City Taxes aro now duo. Tho pen-ol- v goes on Sept. 1st. Better pay now and savo extra costs. Tom Dillon, Collector. Phone 38 for groceries. All the latest magazines & be an old fashioned policy, but we think it pays. You do not need to go to Memphis or Nashville to buy Diamonds Cnt Glass at Fetho French's. Watches Silverware Novelties We make just as low prices on tne same goods. Why not trade at home? Edwin Fupua was City Saturday. hro from Union Sun- J. T. Stephens and wlfo spend day afternoon at Tlptoavlllo. LOST Howard. Plain gold band Bracelet, lp Itoturn to this office. Hickman Ice a-- Coal Co. a"x., ivrsn.-- . (Incorporated) , a. DDJiiON, Georgo C. Avery, ono of Uio oldest and best business men of Louis villo, died In Franco. Ho was tho manufacturer of Uio famous Avery plows, an Implement that wo all havo mot on Uio field of batUo In Uio Bprlng-tlmand wo all romombor Uio printed on Uio beam "Keep All Taps Screwed Up," which by Uio way is a good motto for a man as well as for a cast plow. c, Jambalaya. Cut remnants of cold fowl In small bits, add a small alico of ham, like-wi- eo choppod. toss in a hot pan with a HtUe butter unUl sllghUy brown, then add a cup of rlco and a pint of; broth. Cover closely and simmer un-- i Ul the rlco la tender. Swayno Walker spent Sunday with homo folks. Mrs. F. M. Caso and son returned Friday from a visit with Paducah Tho first two now houses in Dodda No. 2, which is for negroes only, havo boon completed. AddiUon SCHLENKER The Jeweler Mr. Frank Smith, eon cf Mr. Chea C. Smith of Hickman, is a visitor la Clinton this week and is Uio guost of Dr. Richard's family. Clinton Gazctto Ask for Receiver. St. Louis, Aug. 1. A receiver has boon asked for tho American Dankors' Assurance company, whose offices In the Commonwealth Trust company wore placed In chnrgo of a 'watchman by Thomas B. Kllcullon, a doputy In Sheriff Nolte's offlco. The Federal Union Trust company and tho Rubcy Trust company nro in tho receivnamed as ership suit, which was tiled by A. J Hawkins, Oscar W. Curry, nnd W. B. Pearson. John S. Leahy and Walter H. Saunders are attorneys for tho plaintiffs. A fight for control of tho stock ot the Amorlcan Bankers Assurance company nnd tho Commonwealth Trust company from maintaining a sign on windows of the Common-wealtTrust company or from acting as agents of tho Federal company ' COTTONS WISCONSIN'S TAX PUT IT ILL Tobacco Co. Organized. iiumuuiimnuiuimuiuiiuiiji N ON CORPORATE BODIES RUNS STATE. Income From This Sourc About Per Cent, Herbert Knox Smith Reports to Taft. 71 IS BANKER KILLED BY AUTO Machine Traveling 35 Miles an Hour Leaves Road and Plunges Into Ditch. Hardin, HI.. Aug. 1. Alois Bullleur, Har- din, was fatally Injured when an automobile In which ho and two companions wero riding, plunged from tho road and turned turtle Into a Utch. Bullleur was pinioned under the machine, and received Injuries from Both companions which he dlod. were soverely injured. The men wero motoring between Nepln and Brussels la Calhoun ooun-- , ty, of whloh Hardin Is the sent. According to Joso Schmerder and Dr. e, Fladd, the othor occupants of tho they were driving about 35 miles an hour, whon tho car swerved, nnd before It could bo righted, plunged to one sldo of the road. Bullleur was placed In a rarm wagon and carrlod to his homo In Hardin. He Is survived by a wife and snail daughter. Bullleur was 39 years old. ma-chin- assistant cashier of tho Bank of MAY SHIFT DIPLOMATS Changes by Wholesale Are Expected In Diplomatic Circles of U .8. Service. Washington, Aug. 1. A wholesale shifting in the United States diplo matic service, incident to filling tho vacancy In the Berlin embassy, was taken up at the White Houso and tho state department. John O. A. Lelshman, ambassador to Italy, and Thomas J. O'Brien, now at Toklo, are at the hoad of tho list of eliglbles named by state gossip to succeed Ambassador David Jayne Hill at Berlin. Charles U. Sborrill, minister to Argentina, Is named as & pos-slbsuccessor for the post at Rome. The offices at Brussels, Hlo Janeiro, The Hague, Havanna and Bucharest probably will be lncludod In the shift. St is said. le Home In 00 Days. Ind., Aug. 1. Joan Evansville, Klrkland's dog has returned afoot to Dubois county, III from Tennessee. Klrkland removed last April and shortly after he reachod his new homo Towser disappeared. A Dubois county farmer, passing the old Klrkland homestead saw tho dog on the steps of the deserted homo. It Is boUavod the dog was on tho road nearly two months. Dog Tramps Wo press your suit for GOc, ladles plaited or plain Bklrta 50c. Cleaning and pressing at reasonablo prices. Whit Bros., phone 195. Mrs. J. R. Broun returned Saturday from a few days" visit In Union City. Joe Everiy, of Pin Hook, was hero iFriday and Saturday. YOUR HAIR WmmmfA WBBFwtA URNS SILVER HAVE SOME "! 1 Washington, Aug. 1. Wisconsin, ot nil the Eastern Control States, derives eaoush ruvenuo from its taxes on corporations to pay its ordinary state exponsos. About 71 per cent of tho state's taxes come from that souroo. Ohio collects 61 per cent of its total from corporations; Indiana, 19 per cent, and Illinois, St per cent. In Michigan tho revenue from corporations, which is 45 per cnt of tho tax receipts. Is applied to tho school fund. A comprehenslvo review of tho taxation of corporations in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois,' .Michigan and Wisconsin is presented in a roport of Horbert Knox Smith, commissioner of corporations, transmitted to the president Reports on corporation taxation In Now England and the Middle Atlantic States have boen published. The report says Illinois and Indiana lovy practically no special taxes on corporations; that Wisconsin alono approaches a separation of tho "TOUACrroNATUUK. nnd witb this sources of revenue, and that Michi- word, wo Imk t tako this opportunigan 'nnd Wisconsin mako an elaborate physical valuntiou of stenm and stroet ty to announce to you the orgiuilza-tloof TfllK KHNTUCKY FARMERS railways on a system ijulte different from that used by nny of tho other TOBACCO COMPANY "Its t'hlt't bunliiitoi will bo th dis states. The findings ot tho commissioner tribution to the customer of '"hands" afford a conclso comparison of tho tax uf tokicco In Uio natunil or iinndul-l-rutc- d laws of the states. In the light ot Judicondition. cial decisions, practical admlnlstra-tlos- . 'Tbe underlying principle of its and revenue returns. plan Is founded on the fact that them Is a certain grade or strength and SACRED WRITINGS FOUND flavor of tobacco In its natural, una dulterated slate, whUh will cxaotiy Unoanonlcal Gospel Discovered by suit uery user In other words, tho Egyptian Explorers Material adulteration of the article, as in pracfor 20 Books. ticed by almost every manufacturer at tho pr'suit time, is not only a Boston, Mass., Aug. 1. A now Oospel of Christ, containing 1kisVUo dotrimeiit to the kx1 tasto many utterances of Jeus, which are and flinor which nature has gleii unknown to the world, is believed to toliacco, but this nl ult. nil ion is the havu been discovered through the prime rousoof the present had effects work of the Egyptian exploration user at fund, according to an official an- experienced by nlmit nouncement lssuod from the Boston tho pnwiit lime. "Tills Is a "back to nature crumdc" headquarters of the fund. Enough ancient writings havo been dug up to nnd with this pronouncement of In furnish material for twenty largo tent, wo bet; to onllst your good wishprlntod volumos. es and beurty approval This Is tho Prof. Bernard P. Orenfoll nnd Prof. establishment of u local enterprise, enArthur S. Hunt are at present than on that gaged In the work of translating the nnd, wo flatter ounu-lvfProf. account jour Individual record or repmass of uncovered papyrus. Whittemore went to Egftit several utation for local patriotism, would months ago on tho strength of sub Justify us In nssuinlng that you aro scriptions made by wealthy Boston-lanwith us," nnd for this wo thank He succoeded in you in advance, etc." and others. completing the work of opening and recovering tho long hlddon treasures C. P. Shuntato, cashier or the Peofrom one of the mounds through spe ples Bunk, Is the originator of this cial permission of the khedlve. new concern and tho Ideas upon which it is founded, emtnntod from his thought factory. Whether he Ask for Margaret Flour. stumbled on tho fact Uiat there Is a Mrs. A. R. Stono and son visited ilomand for natural loaf tobacco or Ed White and family in Union City, Just simply dug It out by mental outs no ico; tho fact remains last woek. Oiat tobacco in lta natunil Btato is Save from 1 to 12 a thousand on always In dotnnnd, but no ono has your shingles by buying direct from er though.' of n plan to haudlo it rail!. C. M. YatM HhlnxW Co. In tliat way before In short. It will bo put up In haisl-sum"Bread In Old Kentucky" high pat cartons, which will proservo its ent Margaret flour. Better Uian others but coHta no more. BotteroworUi & natural flavor and carry it to tho consumer in popular priced packages. Prather. Tho tobacco will also bo put up In Our famous Granger coffee, at 25c, Uiu different grade. is still the talk of the town. Better As a matter of local importance, Uian lots of 35c coffees. Phono 3S. tho new company will bo a benefit to BoUorsworUi & PraUier. illckinan. They must havo warehous es, employ labor In grading and pack Lonnle Bennett returned to Mem ing, and lastly, will, wo presume, uso phis Monday after u visit with Minn aaoro or less of that grado of tobacco Ruth Klntbro. Mr. Dennett and a which is raised In Fulton county. inonu wojkcu iron) juonmnm u uun- - Token as a whole, tho outlook for ton, a distance of 13C miles, making Uio now concern Is certainly rosy. tho trip in a UtUo over four days. Tho simplicity of tho plan, the safety of Investment and tho eternal demand for such a product Is an index of success. Tho company expects to bo In ac tive operation about tho first of tho coining your. n u-rs B r, o Tho latest business venture In Hickman has been launched under the name of Tho Kentuck) Farmers Tobacco Company. As its name Indicates, tho new concern deals In tbnt necessary oill tobacco but In n dif ferent form from anything that is now on tho market. Tills company has been incorporat ed with an authorized capital of $"50, 000, and is privileged to "cultivate. innnufauturu, buy and sell" tobacco. Officers uro C. P. Shumate, president B. O Hnl, Jr. Soeretnry and Treasurer. Ordinarily tho tobacco business is Im's.h with many hazards when under taken by small comitnulcH. but tho simplicity of this new company's plan makes It a safe proposition for tho reason that their slock will consist at all times of tobacco In tho natural leaf which has an ac tual cash value. The plans of the company are best explained by a let- r of announcement which has reach ihI our desk, and is in part ns fol lows it m rirvMTom conrAtv HICtlMOflO COMPANY tfscnruyur fit ftl.l JBZAJi. ZLU a bono illlPIYIilOk " A ? KIN" m pRotkcfn m 1K-- X aM'w iBW v"zr C6onv Young Men of Today who propose to be Hickman's successful business men of tomorrow, view the scene of Hickman's coming business centre. Will you arrive with it or will you be left waiting at the post? You are the architect of your own fortune. Will you build success or failure ? Just as the seed must be planted today to yield tomorrow, so must you save and invest today to reap success. Show me the young men who arc now sowing these good seed and I will show you the leading citizens of the future City of Hickman. All lots sold on Catlctt street, but G, 7 and 8, $205 on Wall street, but 10, 20, 21 and 22, per lot on Monday, August 7th, 1011. $210 each. each. All lots sold Prices will advance $5 Just a few more locations - quick action necessary. See Russell Johnson or W. E. Bondurant. o. b boistid Spainards Not Guilty, n Km tSvV'Bfc51 Vi If you sit In a cool draft when you nro heated and got a stiff neck or Jamo back, you will bo lookiiiK for homuthliiK that will case the pain Fix your mind on IIAIJARD'S SNOW J.INIMHNT nnd don't bo talked out of It btcauso it Is tho best pain liniment you can set anywhere. J'rico l!Gc, COo and $1.00 or bottlo. & Sold by llickinan Drug Co. Jno. R. Kemp, aco C7, died at his homo at Clinton, Sunday. Ho was on of tho most prominent men of Mick-- , man county and an, hoi dler. SUMMER ITCH NOW RELIEVED. Instant relief for nil kinds of summer skin trouble is found In that slm-pl- o wash D. D. I). Prescription for Kczomn. Get a 2Cc trial bottlo today and pravo for yourself tho merits of this wonderful proscription. Wo al ways recommend It for Summer Itch. HICKMAN DRUQ CO., Hickman, Ky, -- GOLD THE BANK W. k CopTllght C B Zlmmnmaa C0.--N- 34 JMT OST of the poverty and want in this world may be attributed not to the . lack of industry, but putting off the time of commencing to save. Don't delay start your bank account today. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. PT Jf. OrvLs Sullivan, ot Sullivan Bros., is very ill at his homo in Mnyflold of typhoid fever. Sam Ccorgo, of Memphis, was hero last week, tho guost of his sister, lire. Soth PewlU, and family. Tho Htatemi-u- t made by (Jen Win II. lilxby, chief of engineers of the United States army, Unit the Ions of tl.o butt Whip Maine was cnust-- by Mr. Homcsccker tho explosion ot its thruo ninmilins, aud that no such effect as that pro Mr. Investor duccd upon tho vessel could huxo Ux-caused by an explosion from the otiUJdo, must count ns something of Only a few lots left in G. B. Bond's a cold bath to such uf our friends as Best located, cheap Subdivision. bad already learned that we gained lKtthluK by tho Spanish war that wo residence property around Hickman. could not havo Rained without It, and who huvo now to learn tho additional When this is gone no more to be had. llHKipolntitig lesson that tho coul tlou 'which wuh tho final procuring i rices iow, terms easy, i rices win causo of the war, viz., that Uio Span per lot Monday, advance lards exploded tho vonm-l- , is probably not Justified by tho facts. August 7th, Sec Russell Uy dolnylnK for so mnny years to ralso tho Maine we havo been lls Johnson or W. E. Bondurant honoring tho unfortunate soldiers who wont down with her; but Uio delay G. B. BOND has, wo suppose, boon largely due to tho fear that Just what would bo dis co vorod "which has been discovered Wo hail always rather not bo con vinced of Uio truth of a dlaagrooablo tiusplclon. It la lo ho credit of tho lamented MoKlnloy that In heart and Judgment liu deprecated! Uio Spanish war, and wo can only wIhIi Unit tho oxeniso of tho vast influence properly pertnln-llU- ; ilhhlng the SKkiilnrds for lulling been Special Notice. to tho executive office ho had tho perpetrators not a doien yours stemmed tho ourroul of uncalciilntliig later Jingoism and saved us tho national War Is too serious a matter for an My sou, lloury Roan, who is under humiliation whloh finds Its culmina- Intelligent Christian nation to prfl tion in Uio discovery commented upon Unto itself Into without, kuowliu: 'i years of age, has left my home by (ion. lilxby. wluithor war is necessary or what and I hereby noUTy all parsons who may employ Win that I shall collect Uio oxucUy it is about. Tho tlmo to find out what sunk by process any money that may Malno was before wo sot about pun- Wluit romaliis over to us ns assota bo duo for his hire. I ulso lioreb) Jrom our unfortunatu conflict With give noUco Unit I shall not bo re Spain Is a sonso of having blundered, sponsible for any dobls ho may con a development of Uio militant spirit, tract. J. J. Rone. Augl7 an intensified Jingoism, and Iho I furnish my medicines and upon us of tho heavy ami guarantee a cure in... When the baby Is suffering l!i' out bunion of tho Phillip-pines- , tying us In u kjut wlilch our douhlo nffllotlon of hot weather and Founders, Colic, Bots HtatosinaiiKlilp has nalthor Uio cour- liowel disorders, Uie romody needed Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Is McOKM'H MARY IJUXIR. It re age to out nor Uio ustuteness to . duces tho fovorish coinlltlon, cornmts Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil tho stomach and clnnkji Uhmoiioss of the bowuls. Price 'iXi, f)(o iwr lxiltl''Weak Eyes, Sharbon Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 1). II. Toombs, one of our good, and Lockjaw. substantial I own my hospital and am ready for makes Uio farmers on routo three, Miss Ruby Stall, of Mllbiirn, Ky . editorial countenance spill business. with Joy by prosenUng us a box of is the gueot of tier aunt Mrs. fine peaches from his place. Vory Noonnn Xlotlx fine too, weighing 12 ounces i'or cleaning and pressing phono R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian each fruit,measuring 11 and luchos In clr- - 19G. Wo call for and doUvor your HICKMAN, KY. 'cuuitorouce. .work. WJiko Brw. I H I H I I I B H H h $5.00 B 1011. fl B B B B B LbhmhhubhhbhbbbI LOOK! LOOK! long-dniw- ii tin-tie- riionoH J" f TaTfgnyi if nwtm" Hmmn1"! "' m, h'.wp iiwmw n aininw '"( Home and Contentment Ky. State Notes. Frankfort Tho cylinder head of big englno In ponlto Mary blew out, but no ono was seriously hurt. Tho cylinder head shattered Itself against the stono foundation of tho boiler for tho other eriKlnu. and did no ilanincn to tho building. It will take several days to repair tho damage, but tho auxiliary engines will probablv be nblo to keep the machinery 111 all thn Hhmm irolnir till the repairs are completed. One of tho convlctH who wnrkori about tho englno room was In tho room at tho tlmo of tho explosion and breathed somo of tho escaping steam. For a time It was thought that ho was seriously affected by It, but ho revived In a few minutes. New Military Company. Tho now Frankfort military company WHB formallv miiRlnrml In l.v Major C. W. Ungmlro, with n full complement of men. A. O. Hodges, Jr., who has sorved ns first sergeant In tho regular army, was elected n caj-tnl- SMITH & AMBERQ'S Big Clearance Sale Closes Saturday This sale has brought satisfaction and saved money to hundreds of economical people during the past two weeks. Two days still remain. Avail yourself of the last opportunity. No better way to make money than to invest in some of the remarkable bargains weVe offering. tc.-.x-. i UUrlxtlJvvi -- ' 2U f. Mo. ?r 27 "" ta. ' - S) C. E fin the true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing IiIh oxpcrlenco should mako til 111 OIIO Of tho Im'HL (mmiIimkm! rjititnlim In tho stato guard. Jas. M. I'ulllam and was elected llrst lieutenant wrlght second lloutonuut. and John Lf a home meant a lot and you should use enre as to your Election and from whom you buy. for good furniture is lcthing you need only buy once or twice in a life time. le lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow enter our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy- ig your home furnishings from us, but there is safety as well. We sell good furniture for just about the same loncy a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality because we know the furniture business. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. 1NCORPORATKD Llcklno. Too, Will Oe Improved. Tho commltteo of Newport citizens, appointed by Mnyor Krleger and tho Newport commercial associations, met the congroHHlonal commltteo on Its down tho Ohio Jaunt. They wcro accompanied by Congressman Arthur House, of tho Sixth district, who is deeply Interested In tho project of making tho Licking navigable. Tho congressional commltteo assured tho Kentucky delegation that they woro In favor of tho Improvement, and that they would mako a recommendation to that effect to congress uuon their re turn to Washington. JNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office R. H. Speight Dead. See Our Agent Word About Trustees, TniHicMi IiooIh (he lf Dates Conflict. F. E. CASE & SON Staple and e. A Morions problem has confronted iiuhuImth of the Fulton County fint Saturday in AiMuni. t trUMteuH Touchers' AtoclnUon. whkh ts diti of llii. Mhookt wh Tliwv 1h trurttt for to mot in Illckumn on Aiikuhi JS1i ui.li and Uioir tirm of and ooittimiM on wek The PiiHou County 1141 r hi u lum ffki' l two yiHim. Wch colorwt aoiuxj dirtrkl a. oolorrd vtaKor. Only tbwtr nniiiHil nwUtig on Auk Jit colon d tb run i for colored Jfajpt. II, and tho mvetiug of tin lluth whiti ami ctikirvU vot-e- tiniofcom In llloknmn on Uie same jYlMltor dutiM will the members of Unit oW for whu tniHto. Tli ere nrj four Mluontfonal divis htny from oUudlng the fair ion in Fulton county. Tb wliltt. QuMt u iiumbor of Ui.i teachers are In the fair nnd a Inwlfw of vucli dlvUlon coimtltuU Krwilly Who dlvUlon board. whom duty It in Taw of Uio latlloH nro at the heatls of Ko clfot the teaiuioni anil look iuur th vuriouH dHpartmuiitH, und It Is (he educnUonal iielH of tlta illrtafoH floliiK to Inoouvonlauoa them grontly 'IJacli dlvtnlon board a ohulr-ua- n If (ho ttKiclntrs' intKiUng cannot bo and inxreiory lH(ioHd for Home ttuio later than Tlio chairmen of tht Mmtml rilvHi- - Hut ft rut lolM mentioned. hultoti Hon boards togothnr wKh Ut county Itodtrr. uperin'endnt coitnUtuto Ui Couwty MtMt I.ulen, iMiunty nuperlntondont, fltkiird of EdiiouUon. uppriwd of tlilH foot, but him nyn tht dat ennnot woll bo oliangel by the former suporintond-nt- , It won nn- - djied for rural lr-- yar 30-3- K krp lntontl COL. W Newly-Electe- d B. HALDEMAN, Ken- lot President of the tucky Press Association. bn MIh ft bum Smith. Assistant Atty-Gon- . John F Lock-et- t, who has been III for several weeks has been taken to tho Norton Infirm-armlu Louisville, for treatment It may bo found necessary to perform an operation for his trouble, and It was thought best by his family to havo him at tho Infirmary In caso an operation la decided upon. y, I m I A good cheap roofing la our "Dull & Co, Dos" brand. Ileynolda-Mos- a INSUnEO WITH KENNEDY. Don't forget wo havo tho bust lino of inatressea. Hickman Furulturo Co B Ps." I.ol Sclmddt. Uio Tnllor, do your Refrigerators that will keep tco for cleaning and prawlng. I'hono 138. 12. Hickman Furniture Co. ltwuhir serviced at th- - I'nidiytor- you Set the best results at least cost. You will rememTlw V 1) (' will inHt next Tin- Ian Church nxt Sunday morning and ilay afternoon with Mm. Tom Dillon. ber the high quality long after you have forgotten the Vlllllg. ? I co Iloxcs and Itofrlgorators. St. cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. Mm. Kmmii Stepheim and Mr. and LouU Furulahlnu Co. "aolla It for Mrx. I.. I1. Wilson ntndod the fun t- eral of H. K (liirth. In Momphls MOSS & CO. A iiKi'tlnj; of Illckumn diopter. No ueday. Mr. (JnrUi wsw a brother of Prof. M. A. Scovell, of tho experi!, It A M will bo hold uoxt Tiipk-ua-y Mm. Stepheim nnd nn uncle of Mm. ment station, lectured on tho Islands We also carry Oils and Varnishes Give it a trial. Administrator's Notice. of Jersey nnd Guernsey nnd told stunight at Uio MiihonU- - Hull KIIIhoii. dents of tho Stnto university of his WmmmmsmmmmmmnmmmmmmMmwmwmmmmuMimmammm trip there In search of lino cattlo for All persons holding claims against James 11. Haggln's Klmondorf farm. tho estate of Mary llolton, deceased, nro huroby notified to file name with Teachers1 Institute. Redisricting Committee on the Job. Gut in Fight; Dies, MIDSUMMER VACATION TO Actual work was begun by tho stato mo in proiR'r form on or beforo tho redisricting committee, nppolntcd at 1st day of September, 1911, or bo fortho last session of tho legislature, ever burred. Ooiilder Johnson, AdTho Fulton County Teachers' Insti-itut- o Earl Partlow, tho young man who Aug24 when members of that body met at ministrator. will bo hold at Hickman August Jim was cut by Qils, brothor-ln-lnw- , Louisville. Darnell, at Plillllppy, Tenn., about a 2Sth. month ago died from his Injuries Man-da- y First on Record. For tho first tlmo In tho history f morning. Darnell was arrested Miss Ola Taylor entertained a numtho stato a notary public has resigned In this county nt tho time of the cutber of friends at hor hlrthday party his position. Tho governor received ting and carried to Tlptonville whero last Friday. Tho guests were Misses n letter from Will a Jonas, now living KATICS-O- iie Uont por Word por Week ho was admitted to ball in tho buiii Uasli In Advance. Kansas City, resigning as a notary. in .Ella May Stockton, Helen Stockton, of $IG00. Uoth purties to tho afflalr Jessie Speed, Millard, Hazel and Liz-zl- o .p..H.....4....i,..H....i 1. I m.. M.T. ',T.ti were born ami raised In West Fire at Breathitt's. Moslor, Leona Miller, Jennlo TayFOR SA1J3: Brood marcs and milk Flro which started about noon In lor, Lula and Claudlo Salmon, Master 4t tho attic of tho houso occupied by cows. J. II. Saunders . Puul Salmon, Jno. Moaler, Walter Judgo James Hrcnthltt, attorney genStockton, Roy Taylor. Cream and FOR SALE: Six thorougUhred Du eral, did considerable damugo boforo McKENZIE and Way Stations Round Trip from cako wero served. tfo It was extinguished. Tho largest loss roo Jersey Pigs. A. H. Loot. to Judgo Hrcnthltt resulted from waCharles F. Roach and family, of CoFOR SA103 CHEAP, flvo good log ter, tho houso being flooded. REGULAR TRAINS 445 P. M. lumbia, Tenn., and Ulen Roach, of wagons, in good condition. Cash or Grenada, Miss., visited their sisters, credit. J. F. & S. L. Dodds Co., Hick P. C. Ward tells us ithat ho has pur- man. Mrs. Arthur Fields and Mrs. Al John-etoIt chased his gnsollno launch which will I DIDN'T. of near Hickman,' nnd their hotel only $6.50. This includes your All expenses at FOR SALE: 1 team work mules, bo uaed to run botweon Walnut Log brother, Gale Roach, of Moscow, last board and admission to the several routes in the Give. and U'dford, Ky. Lcdford Ik tho ono safe buggy mnro, 2 No. 1 milk week. This Is the first visit of Chos. Mrs. J. It. Itelney arrived yesterday to this city lu twenty yeare, and ho closest lwlnt to tho Lnko on Uio now cows; also Littleton seed wheat and for a promenade or dance. One evening from Blossom, Tex., to visit her fath- said ho was reminded of Rip Van railroad a distance of flvo miles nnd old corn. W. B. McGhee, routo 4. er W. T. Parham. tho luuncli will moot tho trains and Wluklo, only ho has met nc.no of his FOR SALE: 117 acros land, two A GRAND THREE DAYL OUTING convoy passengers to Uio lake The I havo Bomo bottom land for sale, former acquaintances. of Jordan, 100 acres miles northwest slough on which tho boat is to run There's only one tailor in Hickman culUvatlon, well Improved. Terms some city property. Call phone & N. Ticket Agent at N. E. McKcnzie J lias boon cleaned out moat of tho way in suit purchaser. W. C. Sowell, R3, also us show you what wo have. and piono 138 for cleaning and presa-taWrite or B. to leet 4p 1 Q. HALE. Schmidt, Um TUe. and ecrvlco will begin la a euorttlmo. Hickman. High School Cadets. (iov. Wlllson has rccolved & letter from tho assistant secretary of war calling attention to tho fact that provision has been made for tho organization of high school cadot companies In tho various states and urging that Kentucky orgaulzo such companies. Tho department Is Interested In having such companies formed nnd will furnish guns nnd equipment nnd allow for rlllo practice. It Is necessary that tho Kentucky legislature mako somo farm, on Troy road, Flno provision authorizing tho formation of see companies beforo anything cnu for solo at a bargain. Writo or such U It. E. Polk or M. B. Shaw. bo douo. o Hobort II. Speight, ago 44 years, diod at his homo three miles south of Illckumn, Friday evening at C o'clock, lung trouble causing his Ho had len confined to his hl about 30 days. Mr. Speight was born near Now-1- h rn, Tonn., but had resided In this wx tlon for tho past 2S years. His vwfo was a Fulton county girt Miss Almerronn, Whipple and they wore jnarrled nlwut 22 years ago. To this union was born one daughter, now G years old. Uesldes IiIh wife and daughter, ho is survived by four broUiers Harris, at Dyersburg; Alon- zo, at Memphis; George, at Bolls, Tenn., nnd Nowton, at Obion. No better fellow lived In tho county Uian Mr. Speight He was ono of those ovcry-day- , sensible, honest, Christian gonUemcn. During our six years acquaintance with him, wo learned to think uioro of him with each iKissing year, and a host of friend a will regret to learn that ho is no longer among us. He was a member of the Christian church and tho W. O. W. lodge. Funeral sorvloes were conducted nt tho homo by Hid. II. Slberell, Satur day afternoon, after which the re- niulns were laid to rest with Wood men honors in Uie Antloch burying grounds. Wo havo lout a good cltlzon and frleiul, and extend sympathy to his Kood wife and little daughter. Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Saad Salamy for high grade jte 3SiRL uniform. Grlxro "D"h . GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Phone 183 Oil Trial INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE tiilillAlAltillAilltllllH Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT 1. The paint is small part of the cost. ing that counts. It costs less to It's the paint 2. put on good paint than cheap, be it's made better. If you use cause De Sota Paint REYNOLDS, . I Mammoth Cave Wednesday, Aug:. 16th -- Courier Want Column 1 $3.90 L g. 'JViJTf SJSjsWi . ii MmtmimtMmmmutmommaamimmtimimmlKKBIBUrUKKKKBHtKKtMUBttUMIKtKtBKKltKKKKIKfWKtKnrC i HON. R, T. TYLER ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS. From the romotest date In the his- Unnk & Trust Co ) which .has. Kr i ute tory of Hickman, no decttU has catt- j.. ims one 01 .1.. iiMitieiH. n.t.. ...ti iu ed more universal sorrow tlmn the lneUtuUons in the state, and scm-iT. Tyler, whose the bank as president from the d.tt. passing of difo came to a iieaeeiul end at Toron of Its organisation until hi death II.' to. Canada. Sunday morning. He bad wss a4so one of the largest tviUt) been at that place for several weeks owners In the county, and employed jn the liope of regaining his health. a large number of people In ngruiil Willi li had been Impaired by organic titrnl pursuits. heart trouble, but the climate fulled Mr. Tyicr was aoUe In the polltl to benefit hlni. For throe weeks post jl welfare of his state and count from he gradually grow orif, although In 18SH5 he was electoral-largr tain ivery possible effort wax made to Kentucky in the l'alnicr-Huck(prolong life, hi great soul depart id lulgn He cred one tenn i stale l Ilk-hare i I mm U The Best Place with the dawn of the Sabbath morn Yt his bedside wen tun wlf .umI two daughter, wlio had li'n hb- - mutuant attendant during his last Hln.-- s Tin- news of his dwa.li run In d her. Suml.iv mornins, and wu. n.dt.d, .1 - o. iHiior. 4 hotk to a 1 Ills nlaUte mid tiuml mis Probably no of 1th kinan w.i more clostvl) identified wrtii tin l.pbuilding of the tit). lie hwd llk'k-iu.ami Iter ieoj)le, and when ( tuniw assailed Uie muuicip.il M. Uie Mr Tli-- WW) alwajs call. l .li.il to guide her destinies Hi wrln wrw cheerfully si1 to the lie ud of every worthy Institution wns liberal In charity, strong in deft use of the weak, and eer ymiu- ihized wlUi those Jn sorrow. Hui very name wns a synonym for honor, honesty and manhood. Kew men uo far above aliove reproach or ur citti and his sen ices Mere appr iated to the extent Uiat his part) mi it mi noted hlm the HilcreilliiK f. li. uteimiit fntternor. "It mm th.' ..ir of the liots'im to ltradley by r a of dlMconl ami factlomil (IkIiih ranks," nud vMih in th.- mMiMH-ratk- lljirilln. he went down to defiit In - eotilKlon 'ller iMitH wlUi other bllsilleSK, .Mr lip a large underrltiii; ui -- r In this city, which has of In charge of II. C Helm l.iie In raet, he was sui'(sful It niw vslilch in almost eery iindertaklng. vim umbHltUedly due to his hoiieMt nuvlti.-- Mv-I'- d a greater the onfidenoe of their fellow men. .Mr Tyler's profession was that of "aw, and for many years be was one In e I of tin- - leading member of the Kentucky bar. He wan a nan of firm couvoUon, strict adherence to nrtnei-- t K . and made a marked success in i s struggle. H was born it Fulton county, i ar this city, Set. 2S, ISiO; received the usual common school edttca-- ' or and later gradual id froui die K mucky Military Institute, at Frank fell, in 1S71. Choosing law as his profession, he returned to Hickman, nnd continued his studies in Um of fice of his brother, Gen. 11. A.' Tylsr. A. few wwoks after being admitted to tho bar, his father met with a severe accident which nooessMatrd Mr. Tyler's return to the farm. Shortly thereafter his father died ami he waa compelled to remain there several years to wind up his father's affairs. He returned to thin city again In 178 and formed a partnership with his brother, Gon. II. A. Tyler, who was tlu-a well known practicing attorney. The firm was known i Tyler & Tyler, and for ten years thereafter this firm did Uie largest legal business In Western Kentucky. In 18S8 Gen. Tylor retired ami the business wns continued by the subject of this sketch, Ka volume Increasing rather than dtmlnWilnc. Mr Tylor continued Ills law practice .until Soptombor, 11)01, when he ceased taking any now business in order to devote his time, to his private interests. Whllo he attempted to retire, his friends besieged hlui so persistently for advice and counsel that f he wns never able to really rid of all lugnl business. Mr. Tylor was truly a busy business man (luring his native professional career, but this did not prevent him from becoming actively identified with Hickman's manufacturing. Indus trial and mercantile Interests. He was connected with a number of Jlnns, and for many years bad largo lumber interests. He was also ono of tho principal organizers of Uie Hickman Hank (now the Hickman n hlm-tiel- und Industry. In all of his iitvderUklngH Ik- was manly ami sincere. He was one of the most softer ami ieceful of men In the storms of life he wns bni. and strong a an oak; in his deo tiou to home and siumtb) for man kind, he was ms gentle as a flower He was a itevont member of th.- J: piscoal Church, and gave to God his fsithul service for many year Hut as K is "aujHMnte.1 unto nun once to die. be was called inu this IHe of toil and suffering to et.-nal rest. Death has conquered, the reajier has mowed, but, though full- en lie wni rise again. The lire or this hoble man leaves a beautiful son ami one worthy of emuktUon. A lew abort years and wft too, who mourn bis loss, must follow that un known path, but let ns slrUe to II v. up to the standards attained by our In loved friend. is mirvlw-- d by his wit.-am- i three children, Ahbuin M . MlEmm and Helen There are al r -- Ii 1 Residence For Sale. e If IV T For You To Buy Youi l m Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetables 1 I etc. L thr.-- step-childre- Mm. C. II. Tr.n im and Tom French, of this city, and Mrs Archer Iktogher, of Iloum.k. . Vs. ami one brother. Gen. llenrv A. Tyier. IVie remains, alter being eiiu.ui.. for about 60 hours, reached Ilkktn.iii. yestenlay morning. Brief, but impressive, fun. ral - r vices were conducted at Uie famll) residence by llev. Archer Booglo-r- , of Virginia, and Her. II. J. Ueiger. of Hickman, at 4 o'clock yesterday af ternoon. A few verses of scrtiUure were read from the l&th cbaiRer of I CorinthiaiMi, sihI a favorite song rendered by members of the various choirs. It was one of the most largely at temletl funerals ever seen In this see- tkn. The floral tribute was magiilfl cent, etiibraclng a large number of benMtift4lly wriHigtit designs. To can vey some Idea of Uie volume, It may be stateil that on one express id one the car was futty lialf fttled whit flowers, which is a splendid testimonial of the estewn In which deceased whs held. The pallbearers were II. C. AmboTg J II. MMIet, W. C. .lohiwoii. &. U kxUU, W. II HalUer. G. N lleiin, J T. fltniiHiM and I). II. WHmoii. The remains were consigned to their last resting place in Uie ('My tVmetery at f o'olock. We join the many friends of the lcrcHvcd oiiee In extending sincere Ruiimtliy. If els-terIxir-gai- Ellison Bros. A Trial will Quickly Convince You Its Both Phones H. E. Garth Dies. Horace IC Garth, mUlbHisire bank er, formerly of Memiihla, awl labr of Die Mechanics National, of New York, died Monday at his summer home on MoMesano, near HiliKsvllle, Ala., after tui HlnoeH of wnersl days, ajfinl 71 years He Is survived by his widow ami one daughter, Mrs W. K. Garth, of IIuu4ivlHt, ami two aistem, Mnt. KllHiia Hlepheus, of tlibi tlty. and Mrs. Ktlwi G. Jomt, or Memphis He was talilr and then presldi-ii- l of Uie German National liuiik at Memphis until 1870, when he mo. d to New York, then was for twelit) flvu ears protddent or the MeelianliH Nutioiuil Hank, of New York, wln-ho retired sewui yoarx ago, his torn. lilui. Mr. Garth lived in llunisllle wHIi ibis daughter during Uie last half dox on yetirs. The funeral was held Wi uesday from his old home In Memphis Mr. Garth wna born In Trenton, Ky., on MarcJi 2S, IM7 lie wtut married In lh.Vj to Mm Allen I). Jones, of MeinphlH. Sympathy Extended. Young Matron Dead. N FOR SAI.K Tho Mrs Hella Carpenter resident e In the Henry Addition. House is prncUcall) new, has four rooms, good ganlen fenced, Is four outtitilldiugs. etc Unfortunately owner ihumI 50tlS0. a smN. This can be bought at a less tlmn Uie house cost. If yiMt Ua-$100 Idle onh and are pay Ing rent, you Iwd better InveKtigate. dh PartlcularB at Courier offico. from I to 6, Misses Murie Green and Mary Mad-do.at the former's homn, gnvo u mbMwHaneotiH siiowor In honor of airs. Dan llrbuei. Ice eretuu and cake Mrs. llrinws was the Were served recipient of u iiuiuber of handiuinio ami useful articles. The guewtH were Mesdameri It. II. Jolinsoii, II. .1. Ilert-weeW. A. Dodds. II. T. Davis, and vmMor, .MlfH Nannlo King, W. A. Nuy-lo- r, Henry Stinger, James Townsend, Minnie Ntiylor, Tom Tbomns, A. J. Wright, Clio Tlirolkold, K. 1). John-win- , II. G. Ilnle, Swan Ilurrus, 0. G. Hondiimnt, .InuntH Mohs, S. Ij. IhxlilK, Jiiirnle Hughe, Um Nuylor, Fnnule Shaw, V. II. ISjiltzer, C. F. Ilaltzer, Harry ThrelkHd, Stee Stnlir, S. M. Nulfeh, Jno. MtHicham, W. J. Ilarrj'. C I. Walker. Louis Threlkeld. W. .1 Harper, II. McMiillIn, .1. M. Henderson, Don Coriim( Missus ltuhyo Fb'inliig. Myrtle Walker, Charlotto llilbbanl, llliitit'he Hulm, Ktliel Nuylor, George Ilurrus, Maymo Wii'lor, Fantlale and Moxollu llrasfleld, VI Itoysler, Mini Iltirko, of Nush-llle- , i:ila Moimn, IIohs Thompson, lleitle Dellow, llti7ul Jolilisoii. IleLUe DiMlds. Uertle May and Mliflule Itleo, Mary Klinliro, Marine Jlnivwi, MIy lluckelt. Nannie Hmitli,' Ilaiul and Nannie Mothuny, Goell Wrthht and TtiMHlny aftarnooM, May DrlggH. Mrs N'Uin Warren, wrf.- - of 11. Membera of K'Un tlrutn No tl, ex Warren, dhil at ber home In (end our wurthy llaiik. r Hov Annie nU) afiernwHi at '. Terry. deMt symputhy Iu the ileaUt llfi'kman Her age ws dnrlttg canfineinent of her husband Chtrk years sad V months l)eces.d had rvwtded la LhM ' lltckiaaH ilaiiet Church, Sammy, slace Jiinuao. HMH). sml was a aai Aug 0th: HuHday School at 10.ee a of IhvmsiiNe. lad . to which doce i ICvetilag m . presetting nt II o'clock remaiua were shiiiiKI thts inornli. service nt S o'fiiick We extend you Hio- - is aurlt.il In her husband h.' h tordial invitation to worship with wlio works at iIh M.n;. llox Co Spurn. on Ulngo I'iisti.r im 111.' (Ollph weri lit Id m high t. . m 1 all who kn w Mi. iu Saturdav Mitlit lie- jilc 1 timuvllle, sueee4ling UNDERTAKERS EMBBLMERS & Propose Electric R. R. frfflH hitii'jl r in (.ROW Till KNOTTr rROIUFU It Is now promised to build an !) trie railway from lllckiimn lo I'udu xih, touclilng Fulion and poatdlily Glltiton. Tlirco gentlemen, who make a spin-Inltof promoting and Imlldlng theae ilnoM, uro lioio liiturvlowlng our bus liu-smoii. Iu order to gho our elll kuiis u hotter conception of Uio mat-er- , ii inahti ineotlng will ho huld nt 4ho Ityric tomorrow (Frhlay) night at 7:.'I0, and all uro Invltid to (itloud. TOiu full details havu beuti ght'n tho Courier, but it Is too lato for us to put the wUiry In type for Uiis ls- s St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated W Til Our stock of Coffins and Caskets is complete. rot k vi 1vmv is i nrin op iitLr iiinr hill Till. UN I'llhlSf til 01 without imiiir rtrLHH aINI, 1C T bftfssinr ex 100KING WV1 m K III lkuuf. rou Our New Hearse is here. All calls answered promptly, day or night. Day Phone No. 84 Night Phone No. 7 ril II IM TIIF STUBS Of HOOK CHECK TO 1110. ON WASTE KfEI'.ICLOSIR TAB" I ... OPEN TOUR ACCOUNT HIRE. Fvay.M II Saturday night at the Iijrlo. Local showers today N. J. Corum was horo from Grcon- WEATHER: fU'ld, Tenn., Wednoaday, on business. and Friday. Mrs. Dollu Carpontor la vislUng father, J. M. Harkoy. Sho leaves . HICKMAN BANK AiiD TRUST CO. her to- - I Cvfai50.000o -y7V,i3a5Q0S uuirrow for WIngo. Varduman.Ililbo faction lias won out In ono of tho hotbist politi cal fights ever waged In Mississippi Tho If you got a bluo mark on your Why pay $1 to have your water Courier this week, it moans this is and lights out back on, w'hen you Uio last paper you will receive until enn save Uda by paying your account you pay up your subscription. before tho 10th of tho month? Wo aro authorized to aunounco i) Virginia Luten Convention Aug, 12 .).i)i ,),,(,..)i,) - . ,t i..rff..4.,.).i.il. M. candidate for Superintendent of On the Streets Democrats of till county should clioola of Pulton County, subject to bear In mind that a convention will bo action of tho Democratic iwirty. i.'....t....t....4.. i.j,..,.i(...i.i,.. 1 held at the Court House In HickMMeition Nov. 7, 1011. Lyric Saturday Night. man, Saturday Aug. 12, for Uie purITIME TADUE C, M. & G. R. R. pose of selecting delegates to the Several excursions ndvortlsod. platform convention" at Ixwlsvllle. (Effective June 4, 1011) Tho meeting Is supposed to bo call Shoot Music at Kctho & Kronen's. Loavo Hickman 5:30 a. m. ed at 2 o'clock, but to aotd any C. L. Wolkur la In Louisville on Arrive Dyersburg 8:30 a. in. "snap convention" business, It will Lcavo lllcknian 2:00 p. in. be wall to bo thera at 1 o'olook, buslnoss. Arrive Dyersburg C:00 p. in. sharp. The principal Issue will deal Mrs. S. A. Urooks has beou sick Lcavo Dyersburg 9:00 a. ui. with (he wldskoy uuttstlon. nnd It Is litis week. Arrlvo Hickman 12:00 noon our prlWlesje to any whloli Hide ofl (Leave Dyersburg All tho leading magazines at Kctho 0:30 p. in. !i fence your dalagutee ahnll bo on. Arrive Hickman & French's. 8:30 p. m. O. If. UOSS. AnL Don't forget to iwiy your wntor nnd Illustrated 8iuj Motion Pictures llHlit iiocount on or Imforo the 10th of - Lyric Saturday Night. the month. ""i afifei Heard Great Reductions :ON ALL: Men's Suits OXFORDS and STRAW HATS It will pay you to get my prices before you buy. cr 9 H. 0. LDNGNECKER Accidently Shot, Klngeton, kIiii Hm In one of Mnrlon I'ruruH'H Iioiiki-- In West lltcktimn, nooldeiitly shot himself am) DOTH PHONES Nbt old 1m Mil inornlnx The. Imiiy wm In the ImbK of ridReldcnce Phone, Cutnb. 194 ing- duwii in dm kU wKh hi father every mortilim, nnd Oil mornhiK ht t li itmt- - piuuijiu)' auiwcicui iiigiu ui. father enrrhil li tut to Hit wrwoii. He mm had ii revolver In IiWi hand lay. Satisfaction guaranteed. ami wlwn he threw tho weapon In tin wuson. It explo.le.1, the Uill going Uf of lint boy's leu. Uiruiufli the and otMlng a khhIi In the palm of Mr. KliHCHtonV band. Unlewt complications set In, the wounds nr not very serious. Mr. Kingston wild tho gun was (iKHiidtt to btt ono with a safety OMko Iltokman Courier and $1.25, TIib I own Commercial-Aprn- l Graduate of Chicago Vet. Collece 189.1. nl will ba full of negroos next Tuasdny. C. I'. Kliuinata Isfl InK Meuiplila on burriuosa. .Murflarot &. Slot Stalir liwry Horn iillit for Hour, nono butler. l'mtlior. ...!.. For a neat Job of undertaking Illokiuan Furulturo Co. Wo know our btiHlneoa and do our & Price." work right. Whlto llros. Hickman Furniture Co.. headquar ters for anything In furulturo. Reception Room Furnlturo St. Loul Furnishing Co. "sella It for loss." H. C. Uarrctt, funeral director and cmbalmcr, with St. Louis Furnishing Co. Mrs. 'Where Quality is Higher than Purchase Steamboat, l John Hryant nnd A.. A. lirvs, two rapMattwU ami huaUiu; hualnnw iii'-n- . weitt to Kansas CKy first of the and iiuroliosd a steainlwHit known as the Mnry twnrt. Slit) la 11C ftmt In laimth by In breadth; atixd liull and rttjlit up In tiptop shape. Wm wH Im usel In UiH grain bual- neaa of the (Intin Co . of thht eky. Tlie jieAv Unit wMI be tiriMiaJH to Hli:kuiNu about lee 1m-hw-.k H uMe Martha Itarta, who has been 4ek for Mveral weelw, Is no apprcclato Furnishing your Co. better. Wo Ix)uls "Rolls trado. St. It for h&bJPfofectibn less." The ... V. St. L. beR Una. build, log nrouud Miuth of town, vl bo flntahed aliout the 15th. Mrs. ftwann I hi mis laft Uils moru las; to aMttttd Uie bedside of her sla ter. Mm. llroafleld, at CIieiiflUl, Twhm. IFIro department are necessary and iva much property, but they cannot relied upon always. Although they ny put out the fire, water may do S much damage at the fire. Fire Insurance protect you agalntt the m by fire a well a the lots by water damage. A fire Inturanco pol A bbr bumbleboo lay bolplesa upon n icy In a reliable company with a for fair dealing and prompt- ja plantain leaf undor tho mornlntr ness I your bett protection. We rep jKlory rtno n end mamplu of tho of too mueh lntoxlcatlnic drink, only uch companies. 'lfo had ImbllKxl honoy fruoly all tho day R. T. TYLER, Agent (of aboforo and now, past olaht o'clock bright Juno morning, when his follows bad bocn at work for hours, bo sprawlud, half paralysed, a sboc ln ulsht to busy pvoplo. Real Estate I took a blailo of Rrass nnd tlcklod Ihlm irontly In his yollow plush roKlon, iHo raised ono leg -- ho was lying on Holioiul, nl to I jury ihls side and waved It toward mo In. PI lAW'Ktit lots .in nnd .17 In Gourleys foublo protiMtatton. Tho gosluro spoko plainly. It said. L.ommn 'lono, can't Addition In ona4derottoH she te u Make arv of Mrs C. A lloloombe Iyer. Ju' wanta havo 1111 nap." A llttlo napi A littlo nap, lnded nin'il her ! ath 'on thnt morning whnn all tho garden llkhmond R Ilond Co to (' W. was rustling nnd humming and whir Tho Illolcomhe lota Hk'hHMHHl & Itond nil- - 'ring and twittering with life. hun-Igr- y Irobln, who was tho father of n MlHon. f.30. family living In tho applo troo, Hulls Walker to J. I'. & H I. 'was hunting worms on tho lawn; tho jportulncas had boon opon for half an In land, J 37 to) Mh . tnteroot nour over slnoo tno sun nnd touched VN In It. It. lAtf, lot In thorn; tho fat tond who lh"oI nonr tlio yollow lilies wna awnko nnd look-,ln- g rilli lifleld, MK) aliout with slyly twinkling oyon E J A IiikNtiIhIu e4 nl (o Mra. Jea- - (ho hnd probnlily boon op all night. hnd 1.' Dillon, hits V. st Hlckiimii. Sl.000. too); and tho morning glories 'boon unfolded slnoo dnyltght. Tho 'school boll rnn. Itat I did not hoar 111. A school boll on such a mornlngf 2fo, I did not hoar it The Outlook. Circuit Court, Sitmitr Dr. Molt, of I'opular Ortn1, Mo., whs her to attend the funeral of It. T. Tyhsr. ta rent Met your friends nl the Lyric Saturday niajht. Gooil pictures at pojiu-la- r prleea. Tliaro'a somo class to Bettors worth Prnthor's Xc Granger coffeo. Havo yon trltfd It? & Mrs. A. A. Knris and daughter are vUUins her tnothor, Mrs. Ilobblns, at New Madrid. , Water ami Light nroounui are due and imynhle at our office on or before the 10th of the month. Dout alt for a collector to call. Hick man lee & Coal Co. Wo can sbow you any grado of e wnll pnper you want at a very mod-crat- price. Fctho & French. ti Id-le- Davo Hryant, of Union City, was Hie Kueot of hla ilauhterH, Mrs. T. A Ieilford and Mix. II. C. llnrrett. intTlay. A polltleal rumor Is to the effeot tluit Fowuor UoVurnor Ueokhiuu will lie a cautdiito In 19H to succeed Senator W. O. Ilmdloy. Don't forget to renew your sub The Keppler Carnival Co, which opened a week's engagement hero las' scrlptlon to tho Courier. Tho paper week, and oxjiocted to play Tlpton-vill- e stops when tho time Is out no exthis week, is still with us. On ceptions. In obedlenoe to tho wilt of God, account of the rains Saturday nnd Sheriff Wallace, of Graves county our beloved osoclat and counselor Sunday, thoy woro unable to load was fined $400 for collecting tajes 1ms been removed from our ranks. their. stuff, and huve now concluded on property not certified by the coun H. T. Tyler, universally known ns to remain here until after the 8th of ty clerk. He took an appeal to the "Dhk." served this InatittMion as H August circuit court. for many yewrs In tlie iwat to the day of litsv daath, and it is fitting tlmt we make a feelilu attempt iio rhronlcltt tlie iMiaalng of one in whom we luiv always reposed our confidence, whlcli was always guarded wltli zeal and fidelity. True to hlfl friends, firm in his conQuality Our Motto victions, Dlok Tylor'a virtues will stand out liko tho raised letters on L1 ta 41... ..rnnlla nYintt n..1 MW fnllTtu ..... . Vilt7 KlikllliO nt!4Vl, .IIM bo written in tho sands at its base .In bowing to the will of a Divine I'rovidonce nnd accepting the Biblical teaching "Thy Will bo Done," and In extending to his bereaved ones our heartfolt sympathy, bo it HHSOLVBD, Thnt a page be set in the minute book of tills Insti tution whereon shall be Inscribed tlie ;Wc earnestly solicit a part of I dotes, of birth, association with this institution, nnd the date of death of Your Business. tho pilot who has steered our ship ovur the reefs Into the harbor where he landed us safely, and was beckon ed "Over the River" to rest with his Master. HICKMAN HANK & THUST CO , W. C. Iteed, W. C. Johnson Cashier. Juhu l'yl, Ast. ashler. Resolutions of Respect, I 11 I I o I I D H H S. L. Dixlds. Y. II. llaltrer sH sB iB m It. A. Tyler, Jno. Hryant. C. G. ScJihnkor, Directors 1 I H. E. CURL1N The House of Quality We neil money nnd will enforce H J k't ul Stone el nl vh 11 II. Searro Appenl from Qiinrterly court. Mrs. C. I. AVnlkur lias our thanka vnter and Ught nceouula. l'ay ln- for mmie of the finest lM'llchfS of tho fort- - the lOUi nnd oavo being, cut off. aeiiNon -- Hickman Ico & Coal Co. the rule robittvo to tho payment of To be Operated On. I Cayce Milling Co. Our Motto PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. I H I vs. WIU IKalrlct fur dtvorie, iUIkIuk cruelty. llo Dnhnko'a Cream Uread received night, Mrs. F. S Moore w.ia Mrs. II. T. Davis nnd sou and her dally at Mnthony Ilros. & l'laul. called to the bedside of her husband, visitor, MttM Nannie King, of Oklu., loft, thts morning Tor one of our well known local attor neys, who Is In a Louisville hospital Corydon, Ky., to vlsl wlath-ea- . Mug treated for some kldnc) Iron W. A. Hlushaw tails us Hint his bio. Mr. Moore will undeixo an op ferry Ixuvt Dlxlo will bo hank In ser- erutlon tomorrow nnd wo are inform vice next week, and Is In first class tlmt it Is a dangerous one- re- ahapa. Thin Ixml sank about two moving a stone fioui the kid no) weekn ao. Hero's hoping F. S. pnw.es through tho ordeal with safety. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Monees, who havo been eomlurtiug a lMKirdiug house at Clinton for tho past year, .lohn L. Uleketts, cinik of Coinpnny will move back to their farm nour I"., ,rvouty-se'onInfantry, waa found (Viyou this week. dead in ids heil in tho burrocks Mon- Compounding Prescriptions is expert Work. Kdltor Walkor of tlio Clinton (last- - day. nt San Antonio, Tex. His death Only a trained pharmncist can prepare meddoc-ito- ra otto uinkoa considur.iblo fuss nltout is somo what of u mystury, the icine properly. The properly trained drugroiMirtlntr that It wna due to phe Mime 10 ounce punch fH being brought nol gist is not a common laborer, or even a to his HaiH'tuui. Wo havo those IkiW it lMilsonlng, but no vlnl or package might havo contained a drug 2 oiiiKX'rt by D. II. Toombs, and the hat skilled laborer merely. He belongs to a could bo found among lllckettn' effects yet. returns are not all in yearn old lUckolta wuh Uilrty-aovehighly honored profession, which works to.lodge II. J. llugg Monday appointed and onl Ut el from Koutuuky. He was profession of medicine. gether with the J. M. Kemp circuit clork of Hickman a brother of Rlohard lUoketts. of Ful Permit us to prepare your doctor's county to fill tho vncanoy cotised by ton. tho death of his father, J. H. Komp. Sorvicofi at tho Methodtat church Tho appointment holds until a (sunext Sunday morning at tho usual ccessor to Mr. Kemp Is olocted In Nohour by tho pastor, Uev. Wilson Tho vember. ovonlng aorvico at S o'clock will be Cairo hnd another killing Thursday In chnrgo of Presiding Elder W. A. night Clarence Lynn, a bar keeper, Freeman. At 1 o'clock Sunday aftershot and killed Arnold Olson nt Sixth noon Uev Wilson will hold services and Commercial Olson was n Norwe nt Uio Hast Illckinnn Chapel Mon i;inn nnd waa working with n forco of day evening, nt the church, Eldr "LI S government men on tho Missis Freoninn will hold quarterly confer-oucI tUll river dynamiting eiuiga. Suit THE BEST - d Floor, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public. Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. u ' Helm & Ellison Cayce MHIIing l Oct Company o, rrrrrrrm Cool and Refreshing -- OOTO Looking Backward. We have before us a copy of the Hickman Courier of Aug. 1, 1868. Here are some facts we gather from It: Candidates for Sheriff:" Wm Her-rln- , Owon Miles, W. H. Ropor and n E Millot. Announcements from Washington Our Clean Up Sale Created a Sensation BjsjsjsaMMiHHsBMMHMMHMHHaaHMasWHsHsi r it wfiiw aMMMMBMBMHiitMWHBWwMBBMBWaWBMiMWBMMMBMwwMMMi Cowgill's Drug Store where you will find every- thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. first-class stntts that tnxij from tho South. will bo withdrawn last week, and we have decided to continue it for another ten days Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of J Amborg was a loading dry goods merchant, having bwm in bu8luss here a quarter of u century For city marshnl W Jas. I. Cheatham L Jas Young. Wm. Gardner nml I'at CuniUngham Line-back- T "Hutjler's Candy " For sale at Murrli-d- . Tuesday evenlng.July 28. Miss Lydlu C. Kails and Samuel 11 I'urker, Rmv. W. D. Weare officiating Remember This: All All All All All The Democratic ticket was headed by Horatio So niour, for I'roslent, ond (Jen. Frank Rlnir, for Vice President. City Cowgill's Drug Store officers woro: Mayor Sainl IUidrum; City Judgo J. 11 Dals. C'Jerk J. II. Moorehwul; Marshal I'at Cunningham. The MetroiMIIUnn Gift Co advertls--- d to givo away $360,000 In prises, ranging from $10,000 to $26 It cost 2.1c to drsiw u ticket. li It. Walker and J. W. Cowglll were law ittrUn'rs. Thoy gave the munes of J. S. Hubbard and Joseph Vinborg as references. rejiorts: Wheat. $2 pea bacon ISo pork S eggs 15, coal oil 43c corn 0Tk potatoes $2 sugar ISo salt $3 whiskey $1.90 caUJo Gc, tc. Market $2 Our Now Roofing We have just added the famous Ladies Oxfords at Mens Oxfords at Mens Soft Shirts at Mens Pants at Mens Odd shoes at 50 per cent - 40 per cent per cent 33 33 3 Per cent 50 per cent 1- -3 off off off off off up-to-da- te, Bull Dog Roofing to our line. If you want a neat, durable, reasonable priced roof you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. dies Hickman merchants were rejoicing liml Jmw.ii Jet to bridge Obion river ut Sean.s" rerry winch jmid tills olnt a market Uer tho fhot that oniitr.ait for that terrritory. All Summer goods at corresponding reductions. Strictly good merchandise every item but we must have the room for Fall goods now arriving. Get busy if you want to share these bargains. LET US SHOW YOU The- subscription price of tho Courier was $3.00 a year, and thoy only ono-fom-- th Reynolds, Moss Co. R.R. IN LIQUOR TEST CASE printed as much as toda 's Courier. Advertising rates wore $1 pur Inch; now it is 10c. At this tlmo there, were only two Aiiwrhnn morohants in business hero They were C. A. llolconibe and Tom Ruck. Hickman's population was con losed principally of Germans samples for Fall and line of tailor-mad- e The Winter are now ready for your inspection. Come see them. "Stitch-in-Time" if I I V Two SulU Irxtltuted to Fix Liability County Officers R. It. Walker. Judof Common Carriers of ge; H. A Tyler, county attorney. W. Wet Good. H. Hrevard. circuit clerk; Jno A Wll Cfclekaeha, OM&-- , Aug. 1. Two tact sou county clerk; It. K. MUlot sheriff oases have been fllod In the superior G. W Stubblefield, Jailer. Magistratcourt of Orady county against the St. es for this district wore J. W. Mayes Louie & San Francisco Railroad com' and John Roy nor. pany In ths natter of storage and de- Kreiy f liquor Practicing attorneys: H. R. WalThe flret case charges the railroad ker. John W. Cow gill, T. R. Logan, T. company with having, keeping and O. Goaldor, C. L. permitting others to keep whlnky la A, I). Kingman. Handle, H. A. Tyler, Koulhao & Kingman. the company's frolgbt department. charges the Frisco with J. u. binitu, nnd Osccar Turner. And The second carrying and delivering intoxicating nil theso attorneys carried a card In Mquors, beer and whisky to persons their local paper at that tlmo. Tho of fistulous names Nlnoteen barrels same cannot he sold of their of whfcky ao now being held at the depot for J. Johnson, a fictitious char' Ixxsil business concerns advertising aoter. County Attorney Venable says he in tho Courier: Wolf & I'laut, dry kashas other charges against the rail- goods; Jno. C. Illeiize, saloon, Fredroad company, but will not file them rick Wehman, shoemaker; C. A. Hoi- until those have been tested in the combe, drugs; Millet & Roulhac.dry court. goods; N. I Harness, wholesale hardCholera Invadts France. ware; S. N. White, hardware; V. A. Perplgnan, France, Aug. 1. Several McCutchon, grocer; I'Jillilp Kaiser, Ico well defined cases of Asiatic cholera cream; Klrkputrlck & Rro., carriage have appeared In the department of makers; W. It. Walker, dry goods; Herault, with one death. The disease Samuel Laiidruin, insurance; 0erton b&g been traced to frsX Imported Italy. The health authorities Steele & Co., coinmlssiun merchants from do sot consider the a is dangur of the and transfer agents; Mrs. Nancy Dillon, City hold; II. M. Robinson, flour spread of the disease. mill; Casper Sohm, shoemaker: . W. Stubbleflold, provision sloro; II. Mrs. F. 11. Ityun and Miss Cleona C. Ralloy. grocer: A. I'laut leulitr Woatherholt, of Clovorport, Ky., ar Frank Rartoldus, furniUiro; Clms. Osrived hero Sunday, and are itlio guests Stephens. Mm. Kyan wald, funilturo; FranciB Miller, no of Mrs. J. T. Is shipping her household furniture to tions; Hickiuiut Courlor, Job printing; Wm. R. Pliuiunui', livery stable; C. her old home. Ledwidge, grocer; Win. R. Renny, dry Mre. Iko Wainoke, residing several goods; John Somoiiese, saloon; John miles below Hickman, died Monday. Witting, eating house; John Frenz. "Wo are unable to get furthir particusaloon; J. S. Hubbard, dry goods and groceries; Tlios. M. Jones, painter; lars. Geo. B. Rogers, misery; Rondurant Walker Martin, of Union City, was & Drewry. commission merchants: hero Sunday, Jlertweck, Raltzor & Co., wagons; A. S. Anderson, harness; K. Case, tailor s Ask for Margaret Flour. Bradley & Parham R. C Ramage, marble workH. K .Mar TT Gem Opened Monday. graff, barber; L. I'earson, tailor Of day all tho above business concerns repreCowMiH sented here IS years ago, only two The Gem IVrry Joilea' new ply Iiavo survived without ohange of Vit llkknwn. was former JMUiio, tho Hickman Courier ami tho house in Jiunss Jy opened Monday night wHh 11 big mm lUckmuu Murblo Works lir uUtan was Rogers oom Husdny. In MsyfMd Mini l Miss RohiiI iVrpn'er has retm from a vfcttt to FuMon frlemU y up frem UHtoN 01 ty, Cunningham, of iHrowtnl Mh)ko, kh old IRckii-MMid HreJHUt, wits hrw dnyii Whk wsk Card of Thanks I tako this meons of thanking my ttood friends for their many nots of kludnes during tho illness and death of my lwloved husband. May God bless jou. Mrs. C. A. 1'erry. V C. Ward was In Union City on business. Latest styles and patterns in wall Iaper. Fotlio & French. Dahnke's Cream Rrcad received dally at Mutheny Rros. & I'laut. FOR SALK: A fow choUe loin ill RoKers Addition. For particulars ut this office. Roy Rrasfliild, of Glrason, Tumi., r.ia U10 of Mrs. Swan Rurrus re gutt sevsral days this week. Rogers was up from Mutiget-wooSunday, tho guest of his parents, J. W. Rogers ami wifo. Cowgiit Horn to tho wife of C. 8. Driver, ! July, 2flUi, at Walnut, Ark., a fine Iedford has made an adfrom a sprained ankle this week lKiid soverul compliments to West Hickman Cypress Shingles $1.26 a thousand of her progress. In a Jwt the at mill six miles southwest of HickJudgo wild: "Some of you fellows may tlttnk I can't say anything but man. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. "$11.60," (wlihili mors- fully sxplaned W. J. I.ognn and Swnyne Wnlksr is $t and tho coHt in police court), ouiue up from Craig's 1nwMng. but added that he would much preThey rotuniHl Tuwmlay morn-hm- . fer to mj tint Itoyw hih'ikI thsir mon-!ii Innocent umussiuunt than to spend It wHUi ths elly it was u gool MiM Kato llnokutt rfKurstxl Sun-dsnlk to ths xlnl and uppreoialmi from a two wiks' vMl to her by Hie 200 pHrsoim promuit s4ster, Mrs. Wluiilo Jones, In Colnni-Inis- , Ohio. The Initial bill at tho Gem connoted of motion pUttunts and vaudeville, W. T. Ration him ruturnsd from both of which woro well worlii thw Uindoii. Ky , wli ere lis attended ths pricu of lulmlsslon. Those presMit of IiIh inotlier. who Is nipldly Were agretably surpriwd Willi the Impnivlng manner In which tho pliue Is fixed ujt largo slnxi gotxl sKitlng rairarl-ty- , (tlegant stage rurtaiiis, etc If tho Com recelvtrs tils Kitroiinge It deserves. It will bo a how-linsuccess. Mr. IViHlnian, of I'nduenli, will look after the management of ho -now Institution, devoting Ills entire itlnii) to it, ami it goos without suing Umt every comfort and comenleiKo will Ihi provide! for tln Corn's ia i runs. Judge H F. Remltry attendance Tliurwly Miss OtoU Wn Miffsr-in- g dress of wsleome, and .V. family Mhh OMf ThrslMd. of WiMxlin vfattd Hrry ThrlkUi Inst Htttk. Miss Marts Ilrowm rmim"d 8ui dny from a vmWs tM to MN It- llsrpr In Union Olty. Mrs. W. A. .N'sylor has rwturte from a vtH to hir psresta. W I lted iitsl wife. In Fulton T8 if the HuhMUom, nimilmnlciil eiuclm" .Mengol Rox Co. of ltulsMlle wh hem mttomt days lHt wiek 1 II. I.. Curl 11, who has lteen iiii at lis home at WiMxIlaml MUM. ir typhoid fevsr, is Imtirovlng radily 111 Cllfford Sullivan, or Mu)ilcld. w He In here Saturday on IiiihIiuiw llii'lilher of the flnil of Hillllwill Rit i r mx IxuiiKl girl. Tlio littlo miss has boeii liumed Margaret Ktliel. If you get a bluo mark on your Courier this week. It moans this la tho lost paper you will rocolvo until you pay up your subscription. Phone 38 for groceries. Miu'k Ibdd was In Union City Sun-da- Nashville ovurt- N. C. & St. L. Railway f TO NOTICE ! Just received, a nice lot of SADDLES and will sell them at a bargain for the next 30 days. i WW"W r i Tti rua ihSkimimm IM Hickman Harness Co. I 'gg' Mrs. J. S. Maddux and children nr" last jeok. visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. 8. Services at tho Christian Church M Hammonds, at Winona, Miss. They will bo gone about two weeks. for next Sunday: Sunday School at 9:45 n. m., preaching at 11 a. in. Mrs. Geo. Coon and children arrlvi'd an 8 p. in. Tuesday from Newborn, Tonn., and Wedmdny evening of last week, will mako Hlckmun their home. Mr. Miss RoshIo Roper entertained a Coon la a lumber inspector for tho iiumhor of hor friends in honor of Mongol Rox Co. Miss Mary Rurke, of Nashville, who Joo Thompson was arrested Satur- Is U10 guest of Miss Virginia Roystor. day by Sheriff Johnson for soiling Tho rooms wexo decorated in asparawhiskey, and Judgo Najlor finished gus ui d candles, and the lawn was the job by tacking on a flno of $100 mado Inviting with cozy scats and 11. In two cases When arrested ho had luminnted with Jnpancso lanterns. two pints in his pockets and two doz 'unrh was served ns tho guests aren pints at his homo in West rived and later peach cream nnd cake Thcro were sixty jjuests prceent. It. K. Rnisfleld, of Rnrlow, Ky., vlidtttl Mrs. Swan Rurrus suvoral du)-- Friday, Aug. I Oth $2.50 Round Trip From Hickman... Train will leave Hickman 7:10 a. m. Returning Tickets will be good' on any regular train to and including No. 54, leaving Nashville at 2; 5 p,m. Saturday, August 19th, 191 1. 1 See R. B. JOHNSON, Agent. J ' - ........ IJ ' Are You A Woman y be anything so sweet as tho littlo home clrclo of mother, father und children, whore you wero chorlshed, praUcd, protecti-and kept from harm. Now we want to Bay something to husbands. These dear aggravating Indispensable creatures, tliat there Is hardly nny lhiiiK wltli or without. If your wife or daughter has been bending ovor the hot stove and a Hewing nuuhlne nil day, who nerds to rido out In a volilclo or horseback. Don't think we are a fit subject for a lunatic asylum If we toll you to stop u horso out of "the crnp" and take her or lot her go by horaelf If sho Is not afraid. There is no more hojibo In tntcinpcrnto work than Intemperate r st You may have to stop longer to the bill. You will bo sorry some day when those tired hands hold white flowers under a pall that you old not look more after he r health nml comfort. ! iy ! The Woman's Tonic I CI, 1 good denl In the dull, nchey and want to stretch rreouently Jt Is an unmistak-uhlsymptou of malnria. and unlrai at once )ou mmi do MiiiK'thliiK for a spell or chills II Kit 1IINK Is a chill imtllclnv that will pre-cIt drives or curi- the dliU'ase out the liipuritlN on which the ma larlal germ Uirlvt. titreugthens, the liier ami tlwins the IkiwoIs Prlco '.IK SolI by lltckmaii Drug Co. 6 d.iWiin.', h'ii you fi jnwn a e il - Card of Thanks i Miner's kN-"- rf-'oin- e "" 0 WoUUII t US Uli luntiUf lo otrutiuwHuuitMi, K7 ', ult i uu of bfforta haa Flirting iiKvy mm to Ui Kiddy und unlit4 &uUi, liur ihoUu la, "Tho UinoghlluKti url wonderfully aiuiu III) HUIJ lilt-- , yol wl 1 lrul UtUI.' lit nml li nmy Iho Itlwi tlmttdm W'llO Will Hot b HltftVfUbk WOIU.Ui U ftuMiimUiiK but It Ik a uiomI dKrud-iiM- I W1M uMl tA Ulf 11. but t" lU'.iti nml hIio bIiouM l frowiiml l witu hoik, for Uijm to Clio liUm- - iHHiu by ttry jouhk liuly who luui uu UlU Mot WOHtflll of I1UP1U11, ambition to bwxiino u worthy mid lo wtiiM nirtoiid Ur UtHiitMtUc chnrnilnx )ouiik woman. Ui u uruoe liar tkirlor wtt ui. J itKii Uiiiiio uuU confidence lut if Kor a Rood, uvory day lumnuliold tiv.v Un wifo u( tint prudent of I lnl'Xl 3UUUVH, tile WOUUII WllO uubuI Kltu ua Uie Momun who Uiuulm. M vbt.K to bur liiHttKiutl through liur blMUtdt uiuy not always bu Just, k nuil tlun, rtmwiiilnjring shu took rljjlit, mid 1ih may occaidaiuilly buru or w'onki. for r brvud und fortsot to rupUioo dUIo-ont- l buUoiui but fur solid comfort ill) ry ilay mid uvury day li U a u not Mf ull remember wlUi pleas-UHomo J iiot n batllo fluid, dajs when MUie other" were nor Ufo ono Iouk uuuiidlng row. or wv, iorluips, not perfeotly II, ulU mother, luui un In liur draw- Uur uublut are foruu-- uudur tbo room, or work room, or took us for u little walk alone? Not Umt inoiiklliiK lowor of homo. The "tendJd not liko to rtnup ami pkiy. der twls" bt llioro bout, the mlrlL i that mo dul not appreciate to the aUaixtl, nriuulpk-t- lmilautvd and tho Uiu liuiioi und otliur fondly ex- - wliolo ulmmotur hi foriml until It u lutblt. Tho cmy lialred fnth-o- r iiLioi.ii which took place from Hum who walks In tho soeoud lnfanoy, was enjoyment of jUiat, but Umre nry different, doeiwr sort In lko4 fenht tbu tniutti of lil childhood hoiuu iot uuiou wlUi mother, Um reuieui- - lu hiH Hilrlt, detilrtti and habits. inoi of which Iuih Listed liulf allf10 are eorialu, no Of one thing are too ihury of our cominHiidatlonH, between too itUuey of our ninlao, and alnal too 'hori 'a u Mint different "ThoughLti nro uuso mill u homo. The house U bill hivb.Ii of our bliunu. budding nntl furniture. Uim out- - thliiKH," and worda, If true, uro tholr How ofuin havo we rl shilttr and HoUiorlng place of nwnlfntuiUonH. IiioIuiIh the thoiiHht favorably of many UduHa, yet luiuiehulil Tlie home Kor all such Bins of icily family affccUon, Uio Uiough'-'- . muI1 no word. ami mil lommlNMlou wo uiUHt ovor suffer deep caro nml nuly nymi.ithy uty It WTWld havo How confidence ami trust of numbers. ntuuwpln r Ihvii to hao wild, "That Is so beauntruo homo breathes Uio tiful!" or "how well you do!" i To thoso who were so kind to us during uor recent bereavement, I take of expressing my sincere hts ( irclr '' V know Uiat Him will ourl with gmtlUide, und trust that you may x .1 corn, ami ooolety will Bneor, if we long bo iared a Uko sorrow. Mrs. ranch our band to the outcast, but Almifromi Hpelght, Ood and tb urxiels be glad, mid Mho Ui W tiling tf a mhiI bu thus saved, wttiat mat- uixl f 'eve nu-an- s We have the Final Settlement. nt or firms holding claims Hobt. 11. Slielgbt deowuKil, nro hereby notified that said claims must be presented to mo In projier form on or beforo October Claims 1, 1911, or bo forever barred. may bo mailed to mo at Bandana. AdministratKy. II. II. WHIl'lO-K- , 3111 or. All iMrtM)us against the estate of OLIVER SULKY that we will sell under the fol -- a- hr Three Houses Burn, A illsaftUirous firo occured hero Sat urdnv morning about 2 o'clock, which resulted In Uio total destrucUon of threo dwelling houses owned by M. 11. Shaw mid located Just west of tho foot of the court houso stoiw. Two tory, of Uiem wero two struotures and Uio other was one story, rtKiins. Hie blaie wna discovered by Mrs Brooks, wife of S.A. Brooks, who oc uuphwl the middle house, mid before tlie alarm could bo glvon Uio flro had gained much headway. It Is thought tho flro started from nu ash barrol at tho rear of tho Brooks home; at any rato i( caught from the outsldo Several roomers on tho second floor of tho house barely had tlmo to es k lowing guarantee: - cape None of Uio houses wero ovor ton foot upart, and Uio other two soon did good naught- - Iiocnl work but could not save olthor of Uie three, and realizing their efforts 'a wero futllo, turned Uint direction attonUon to tho homes of H. C. their Barrett and T. A. Lodford which wero In consldeniblo danger. The threo houses burUed wero occupied by S. A. Brooks, Ben Noarlng and a Mr. l'ondleton. Tho former lost most of his household goods, while Uio oUier two succeeded in Raving the major portion. However, whnt goods wero taken from Uio burning buildings wero badly damaged by mud and water as a hard rain stnrted a few minutes after Uio fire brokooutund continued throughout the day. None of the oc oupautH of these houses carried Insurance. In the aggregate, tholr loseuei amount lo ItiOO orJSOO. Mr. Shaw carried SlUOO Insurance on the buildings, and will lose lu Uie nolghlKirliood of JI200, flro-flght- 111 tw ST. LOUIS 'airo to St. Louis and return DAYS $2.00 VIA lViu't think buonuHo you are froth from Uio haiidH f your tailor and your Uirber. Unit jou will pane for a KoiiUkiihiu, iiultwe you nro ouo. You mhelit onrry tElie perfuinI rosim about ou for aBi without once bolmj nua-ta- ) i n for a ww). Let It bo Uio aim of uvory young man, owry biwlnotw man, above all thliiMH dIho, to. kiop hbi purity Thin ti Uio bemt piHiwtifllim thbj In a rtipllal whloli can novur bo takmi fiom 4hte Im tlie rluhunt whUh ho nun Ioavo to bin Inhoriliuic-I'hlldrvii. -- ist. This Sulky will pull as light as any walking plow of the same size. 2nd. It will turn a square corner, either right or left. 3rd. It will also plow hard ground when all other walking and riding plows fail. Price rMOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD Tuesday, Aug. 15, 1911 AMUSEMENTS: American $33.00 Cash P. Leacuc Haseliall Games. Ihowni vs. Wailiinuion ami Philadelphia. 5 khnar Garden: froailway" Minutes frou hr..., p.i- - Klacc on the Hill, Eavallo s Hand. lliolilnnilt: The Uu liveryihinu New I'te cape fnui tho homo nost, iwuso a Hall Seats. St, LouU Furnlalilng and roinombor tliat this Is so. entinu World'' H"t Co. "Bells it for leas." It la rJulit tluit Uio hour sliould come rickets will be sold for Sl'ECIAl whon you In our time uliould beWo havo some now things In rRAIN leavinu Cairo 12:20 p. m. am come a wife and mother and give tho thbj soason. Hickman Furnl-turnr rnfinlir Irmns leavint! CaifO 1:4. bo Co. 15 best lovo to others, but that will f. m. and 12:50 p. m., August Just It Nobody, not a lover, not a nd will he uood for return on an; or Mr and Mrs John SmoUiormnn uiii up V husband, will ever bo so tender euular train leavmu St. Louis aocompanled by no true ao your father or mother Kluion Smothermon, nd includmii Wednesday, Aui;iisi straugera huvo Jirs. C. A. 1'erry and son, Clyde, left Never usaln after J. H. JONES. Ticket Agent III. broken tfio.. Ixjautlful hood, Jflll thoro lMday, for Annorol, Ark. In. Ni.w Columbia Theatre. mo-nio- H;iixuuun nml miKujiiK aru to tho atiiuMphuro of lovo what lo Hiimniur woatluir. and tloan ai-Who would not prefer an occasional Apply n cotton cloth wot wlUi BAIr bnmli with n ro.uing June bug, to tho T.Aim'9 HNIJVV I.INIMMNT to all utormil tonnoni of a floa you can't Iwounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, ,ii. I tii.tii Itu umiilftrftil tin.aHnir liower. catch? Jl Is prompt and wry effective l'rlci'ITxs, (ilH", ami i.uu er uoiuo. wjui 4 Wo tlilnk homo lovo la the bout. by lllekmaii Dnig Co. you are born to Is tho The lovo that Hweutit tluit you will over liavo on Joo Walls, of Mengelwood, waa In earth. You, who tiro anxloim to es- Hickman, Suudiiy. aiul-fHu- Complete. and Vulcan in all sizes. S.We carry the Oliver Vaudeville. fur-nllu- HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED CwUal Ubiob Station, Cairo, K"l ) . TfA.1 - -- -: ' -' -- Av. - mm ui0i0liwiitgiWflPiMftfriMirtrtifriftifi Planning 1 : : : : :A'v:'.i:R:Af:i; .VrV.;A...?..'iJi S, 1-- liy I'AhTOll HtSSKM.-- Cr $ Ky. km; Goal Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked : A Modern Bath Room V-- : : WHERE ARE THE DEAD? A : : : : : : : REMARKABLE ADDRESS. In 4.50 A Let me save you money on your coal. For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other builness opportunities and will sell this place at much less than It Is worth. It can bo had with buildings, stock, farming Implements and poultry already on It. Two reildoncei on place, In only moderate repair, but two gxj barns, one 36 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, CO bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the place In cutlvaltlon; produces GO bushels corn, a bate of cotton per sere, also alfalfa, oaU, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A fine stock farm, now stocked with reglttered hogs of three kinds, live stock and about 200 chickens, guinea, etc., which may be bought wtfe place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range f 6,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depe better soil under the sun. PUco will stand any kind of Invettl gatlon you may csre to make. IU. No Jj is 1 T "U Convincing to Many His for vour house? Let us show you the best way to lay it out, and also get our figures for the work. Handsome sanitary bathrooms are plumbing features to which we give special attention. We have put them in some of the finest homes in the city. We wouldn't have been employed if it hadn't been known that we do first-clas- s work. Think that over. Great Audience. i : : : : STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH hroticht : : : : : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Mo. 73 jU, m. Attorney-at-Lo- tyler w Practical Fashions ; CHILD'S DRESS. nnd Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. J ;' ; ZZloluxinu., Ky. ',' ; Office with Judge B. T. Davis those Jtl tilled nod Imrmouy with God Ily thr unluil iliniiiKh fulfil In Christ Thus the Church Gnlesburg, 111.. Is meant Hllothers July 30. Pastor will shnre In the Tlrst ltesiirretloll with Christ: tlnse are the lCIs-- t of the UumcII of BrookScriptures. Their resurrection and lyn, nml now alao complete clmiiKe of nature have already of Iomlnn. dellv-pm- l btguu In them thniugh the Itcgcltlui: wlilrewen to of the Holy SMrlL Inrgo nudlences nt They will Ik like Christ, who Is the the (in I or. burs expnsi Iisrko of the father's toOhnutniKiiin I.Ike (Jixl nml the hiici4s they, hs spirit day Ills IojiIch UMugs, will lx Invisible to mnukllid were. "Whore nrr These with their nnd 1 end will the Deadr and set up the IClngdom of Ood-l- he Me The JuilKiiient of slanle Klngilom. "They will reln the (Jmit White with Christ h thousnnd years." Tlie Wo Tlironi nre the saintly ones, n elas recognised lantcd by Cflthotlrs nml 1'rotestnnts. by I.n tho former Ilach mlilr for nenrly two hour, but m deeply In- ther. Calilu and Wesley. All rr terested were the nildletuvt tlmt they HgriKsl resHctliig sch a etis. The sienutl not to note the flight of time. entire point of dlserlwlttiithin Is re He Mild: spectlng the mii'ms of our race for No other iturMlon could be of deeper nlHitii ChrHt dleil sad for all of whom Interest to thinking ep1o than the the rnrloM ereisls provide torment" one now U'fore us "Where are the tllitcllaM. HhthlHksble dead?" Our nneestors, our neighbor, tell IS not lb- - KcrlMure our friend, nre ilenil or dying, and you that tbeHid Ml trft St I'sui ourselves with them. What will be writes of rtmee wb fall saWp In our corulltlnri when the npark of tlfe Christ: sihI again, of those wlw -tllikers out? In ami atraln ihsl all mwW The Itlble ronflrms the nblest find- nteeft exempt tiMxe msIhU k'Ihi wntiM ings of nelenco when It tells us that the Im rhauved In s moment, st the seroiMl dead nre tlrnd nnd not alive nt all, any- oomlne of Mis4h IMd ot Jestn where. The Scriptures declare. "The tmx. "Our Ijissrnx sJeepellir dead know not anything;" "their sous WImmv do tbe.r steep, and for baw Umttl come to honor and they know It not: TIh ltlbh aiswrs. Tbey tlMt sleeji they come to dishonor but they perceive tkf awl of (Ac nrth hMII awake" (I)a Again the Itlble says: lei Till. 2 The Itlble tell hs tlMt tb It not of them." "There Is neither wisdom nor device weeftlMK. sicblug swl djiH f UHs nor knowledge In the grave ihevl. the pCHeetil dark ulabt will give (lexee to Ulhle helll whither thou guest" (Bccle-slaNte-s Ktortotts taoealnc af better thtnr. tb Pastor Russell at Chautauqua. lut Is liieiint into - tli prin Ird 1 This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Mskes a good erop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good In vestment. It will pay you to buy this place. The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want MmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmHumammmmmmMmwmmmm rttedly lr. frld Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Ix. IOi . KELLY SMITH Jittorney-at'Law Clinton, Kentucky Onfltnlh of U (tes to ChrtitUrtlti. The yoke dress Is as popular as ever DMnfectfng Theater. for lltUo girls, for every one In fact. A committee of French footers had We Illustrate a model which has & been Instructed to sobmtt to the Parta small round yoke bolow which the ma jpoUoe a Bobome of regulations for terlal of the dress Is gathered In both minimising the danger of tho dlssom-- 1 front and back. The sleove Is cut In p&Uon of lnfocUons diseases at theat- -' one with the body In peasant offoct, ' fical performances. It Is proposed. In producing qulto a novel garment Tho the first plnoo, that very theater shall sleeves are hold by tho cuff at the pe disinfected after every porfonnaoeet ! wrist In bishop fashion. A bolt of the "by mean of sawdust steeped In dross material or of leather holds in It also la recommondod that the skirt portion. All wash materials, (windows and doors shall bo kept wido cashmoro, Cheviot, chocks and plaids topea In the tnterrals betwwen tho per- may be used to mako this little formances, that the cushioned seats frook. khaQ be sponged with antiseptics, thati Tho pattern (6211) Is cut In sizes (the cloak-rooattendants shall undor-p- o 2 to 10 years. Medium size roqulroa, regular medical baapoctlon, and fin- 34 yards of 27 Inch material. ally that the air of the houso shall bo To procure this pattern eod 10 ecnta BterflbMd ooco a week by moans ofi to "Pattern Department," of this paper. team charged with formaldehyde, "Write name and address plainly, and be Pestiferous microbes cortalnly will sure to give alio and number of pattern. seed to be of a very hardy character to. resist this drastio troatmeatr West BIZE....MMMmM( NO. 521 1. mlnsUr-ette. antl-epUes. m Where, my dear friends. Is the key to the problem? The Itlble hell Is the grave, ihntl. hade, the death state. The Hslvatlon which God has provided Is the sHivatlun from ln and from death. The Imiie set before us In the Gosjh'I Is the resurrection of the dead. If liolxxly Is dead there can be no resur-reetloof the dend. It Is not the body which dies tlmt God tins promised hnll be resurrected, but tho soul. It wns not Adam's IkhIv merely that was iiiililfhed with disith. but It was his 'nul, which Included the body. G.kI'm pruvlskiii for the salvation of tlmt "As by man o.me iiiniikliid dfHtli Iiidi eiernnl torment, by n man he man Christ Jesus comes also the resurrection or the deniL The Redemption Price Given. Not only do the Scriptures clenrly set forth tlmt the wiikcs of sin Is death mill that thus deuth passed UM)ii the entire liuiiiiili nice Ilomnns v, 12 but they nlso set forth that the redemption price which Jesus gave was death, "lie injured out Ills toul unto death;" lie iiinde Ills houI nn offering for sin ilsaltih 1111. III. l'Ji. Aw n result. "In due time." thcro will ouie ii resurrection of the dead, both of the Jnt nnd of the unjust Hy the n 11 nurrectloM the luornUir-tl- e morMlHg f MiswImnIc rfitm of glory for lim Op- Mewltur of all inaoklrHl. Not Unlvertallim but Universal portunity. Pastor Itimsoll disclaims Universal Ism lie 0U the lllble to tvaeh a hm! rental owtorniHlt) for salvation ami orerlnstlHK life. tMt that the clft of God. eternal Mfo. will Im alven only t tlwHe wtn will nvnll lbemelves of the Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. optirtiiiiily I'lMiii nil the wages of "In. eternal death The Itedccincr taiisht us to pray. "Thy Kluedum come: Thy will le done on corth ns It Is done In henriti " Tlisl glorhius time will eewe whins, ns the Prophet declares, every knei slmll bow nnd ever timciie confi-- s Messiah: nnd the knowltslgc of tho Ixird shall till the whole earth. "IN Many a A DAD otl4rs will miw MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: WAY" Hickman Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IsV. KKTAIU IHIIKI' '"" .. . n Tjurnip seed ing Just received. Pxother. in bulk for fall BowBottorsworth & 'TJWflttiiMteeeemtntiMf STREET AND NO.. STATE. . . E I' It l The Indian Chief Tamamny. The aborigines, whatever may against thorn, enjoyed natural beauty, and their habitations were-ofteASK FOR RATES- mado m this dollghtful region, their councils being attended by Chiof Tam&nond, or Tammany, a Dolaware, W. J. McMURRY whoso wisdom and virtues wcro such, Attorney-at-Laas to ralso Mm to tho place of patron Office la Davis Building on corner. saint of America. Tho notorious TamHickman, Ky. many society of New York is named for him. When this chiof becamo old and feeble his tribe nbandonod him In OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD. a hut at New Drltaln, Pa., and there Dentist ho tried to kill hlrasolf by stabbing, but falling In that, ho flung burning loaves Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. ovor hlmsolf, and so perished. Ho was Hickman, Ky. burled whero ho died From Myths and Logrmds of Our Own Innd. Business Directory be-sai- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers. CONFIRMED PROOF. Interviewed On May 14th 1007, Mr. Owen was and said: "What I stated through our Mnyflold nowBpapors In tho summer of 1903 about Doan'a Kidney Pills Btlll holds good. During tho four years which havo hIiico Phone 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Right Next to i Price Houso W. F. MONTGOMERY elapsed thcro lias been no recurrence of my troublo and In vlow of this fact, I again lilghly recommend Doan's Kid noy Pills ito other kidney sufforera. Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. Th osily dairy la OwMrtr. raKoa Mrs.J.O.JoiiNsoN,Scottville,iIich., carts, hammocks and porch lt.IM). 8. Lydia lil'Inkham's VegoLiblo swings. St. Louis Furnishing Co, mado from native roots and "aeUs It for herbs, conLilns no narcotics or harm, fill drugs, nnd holds tho record Schmidt, tho Tailor. Bowaro of lor tho largest number of actual curcfl i llmktloai. C tuiualo.dbcasusv, Go Com-poun- Jack McDanlel, who holds a res ponrlble position In tho head offlco of 1bf Mcnglo Box Co., at Louisville, is hoiro for a fow days visit. When your book glvtw out; HvcoititfM liuuo. Monk or iuHiltig; Whou urinary troublett set In, Your Kidneys are "In u ImuI wb " Don't dokiy use Dikih'm Kidney I'UIs. Iloro to tiood ovldeueo of their worth. J. J. Owen, 113 M. North Ht., Mnj field, Ky., say: "I suffered severe ly from backiuihe, particularly If I dloopud, nnd at night I could not n ot on account of tho ikiIii In my loins I longed to gut rid of Uio trouble, but wan unable to do bo until I used Doau's Kldnoy Pllh. In a short time this remedy entirely relieved me of tho nnnojlng backache." (Statement given in July, 1903.) To Lydia E. For sale by all dealers. Price 60c. Koster-MIlburVegetable Compound Co., Buffalo. N. Y., ficottvnio, Midi. " I want to tell solo agents for tho United States. you how much good LyillaE.l'inkli.itn'a Remember the name Doan's and v o go i a i) io uoiii. no other. pound nnd Sanative take .rfttx, wash havo done mo. ami i nvo on :i i.irin very The Usual. havo worked hard. I am forty-flv- o City Editor Anything now about years old, nnd that accused deaf muto? am tho mother of Koportor Ho got his hearing today. thirteen children. City Hdltor What happened? Many pcoplo think it Htrango that I am Reporter Ho'd nothing to say. t not broken down Puck. with hard work and tho caro of mv fam. Discovered. ily, but I tell them of my good friend, "Why do you think Myrtle Is In your Vegetable Compound, and that lovoT" asked tho girl's father. thcro will bo no hackacho nnd bearing "I noticed this morning whon I was down pains for them if they will tako it as I have. I am scarcely ever with, In tho library that a book of poems! out it in tho houso. by Owon Meredith had been tampered I "I will say also that I think tlinro la with." I no better medicine to bo found for young girls to build them up and mako Practical. them strong and well. My oldest He If I should kiss you, I suppose daughter has Liken J.yiHa K. i'ink. ham's Vcgetablo Compound for pain- youd go nnd tell your mother. Bho No, my lawyer. Boston Tran ful periods and irregularity, and ithas script. always helped hor. "J nm always ready and willing to speak a good word for tho Lydia K. Fruit Jara nt Bottoreworth & PremPinkham's llemedles. I tell every ono ier's. I meet that I owe my health and to these wonderful medicines." TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. 'HuertHiMir to II. II. Ilnllllllnxr. ilreriunll Marble and Granite u OWES miiiiumeiiis CURUINti, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky HER - - " . HbbMMHsVHHHHHMsI HEALTH Pinkham's Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHt.KH It. T. HAVIK Dr. J. M. IMTIIIIAHU n KENTUCKY J.J.O. OKO. MitKirroitH Il.TllltKI.KKM) IIONIIUKANT T.A.I.KHKOUI) IIKNHY HANOKIt "3C)v with sound banking. J. J. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS O. IIONIIUKANT, l'rviUluni II. C IIAMAOK. Ant Onihlnr J. A. THOMPSON, Ciuhler 3jEA.VJ!1 LAUNDRY -- AT FRESH MEATS? anr. Tx'y Om-Phone 4 4-- a. Moorua 4444. KlUson. 44V Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices ss Tako that proscription to Helm & Puro drugs, quick service, reasonable prices. d, J 1 GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore D33ST to-d- y Let us Ognro on that bill of ber. Roynolda Mom tt Co., In pora tod. ,WUU Brea. lumcor- lti. lis jieii.umam i