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The Hickman courier: August 10, 1911 The Hickman courier 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 hic1911081001_sn85052141 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hickman courier: August 10, 1911 The Hickman courier Warren & Martin Hickman, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- - ary $1 No per Year cxrttton lo In Advance tlilt ruli only to wiM-unruly It ii elii'itp iinoiwti. it OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops oat. We dont believe In forcing a per on anyone, ?n tou do not want to ml si a copy, keep the subucrlp-tlo- n when your time 1 Twenty jrriirn iiiiii, M tlila mi per loo MHir tOMx-nitill nniiMiiit fur n iuiiwr tlmt Klin nil tint nml nyinr Nolaninii l Local News rt THE HICKMAN COURIER. Vol umc 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, woro it sick babo'a crndlo. Tho pros-lcwon dreary, but Mrs. Summers had pluck and alio know thcro waa oil In tho well and mora than $3,000 1911 puld up. A. notice of explra-tlo- n In Riven here US day ahead with, Number 8 A Blue Mark ' THE MILITARY TOURNAMENT ct IN CHICAGO Good Picture of Gen. H. A. Tyler, of Hickman j) worth of hardwaro. At last tho hardwaro camo out of the hole, mid than tlio oil, and Mrs. HiiminorH, encouraged, wont on boring wullfl until hIio found herself $10,-oo- o In debt with only hor music teacher's fxw to pay tho bills. When I found mysolf $10,000 in dbt," says Mrs. Summers, "I thought If I tvr Hot that paid and n much mora In tho bank I would be clad to iiiU Hut when 1 got tiint much I foil ml tlmt lnturrat on It would not luiy the uxpauwrti of a family of sev- li. so I had to keep on " Ail told she lias Ixtred lfifi wells. In ! old dnyH h!i hud a room in hor y lioine wt njddt for business; flic Iihh a huH of three offices lit OIK' f tilt IllRICHMt lllUtllHHiX blocks In Iam Angeles. to-la- WJL Jfax0&mj Change in Firm. S M. Nulfeh will conUniio tho fsainc lino of KoodH In tho wont room of Fulton Jlmlr pruHeut quartT8, oxcopt Uiol ,tkn in ha produced n jhiii1ht of dnvM a UiouMiid borrttlH a day, nnd i will oarry a largor nnd moro tve- -l ct lino of who limt born Our h until hk nolghbors in tho cost orcKful in In atldMlou she bilfH u (Hitch oil to aooilti. MImi ladiim apitarut and drcaa Ittnllo !lovor, now of J3.MK).-OW- I inl nro ailvurtlKlng tho Fulton fair wins tlutu one. mid tha4r mvinAy contninfa) 1'iilon dly, ylll- - W mployod ngaln ' is n wlhmtrfld wklt U ar. in his uloro; alto &;o Other clorkfl. ix of th&ir ittrtHftttoi; but IHokWo aro glad to neo Btioh an or- Whrn oil wu d4cvre4l In the viPuriH Nnlfcrft, HiHor mumbor of tho; ' kicking In iwocawi cinity of dm AnchM, Mm. SummnrH iiot vuniation in tho county, and our ok! firm, will continue a Hlmllur Una d i litem nd from a flwsnofaU ImuI In tfc bnk $700, nnted by hIiouIiI In mak- In tho itaHt room of tho Huuliaiian' clUrunshlp i f.w of 1mm- iimwi luiv i tlv ns It a Huccofta. FtUton county Is twwfo. 8h put Uiiti ami n bulldltiK; at lotiHt, Hiich i the pronunt M Mary A Humem, tlwt "Oil Nk enough to havo HHHiHt nirnWiel by another Into j luve onough nrc.itwortliy ciyzens of tirrniiKuiantT I r i aiiroriwn. jfoolfalrJThe. Hn oil wH nd. It whbL In h deon - Alex .S'hU1i hi biilliUng a iil(wfdar X Ofl hW 4ouMa HotUim It oul AVIUi n(oro bitlldliif; In Wost Hickman, nnd I'll on who aro backing tills ontor- MMirtr uu formerly h mar-- U weiK 1,S0 more, for oredlt us kooii Jut thlu ia finished, ho will prlzo nro doing everything posrilblo to 'J;ii of diW .lty, and for it nuinlmr tm rikI. put in a Hlock of KTororios; iMRiHiltly onlortaln tliolr vlftltora, and an prognun has boon prepared. f y am taught ihiihJc In thbt Itml lock wti followed by morti Iwd iiH'liidliiK a Kimill Block of dry kikxIh. A quarter of a century iwi. luck, and the ollmax liur Tlio daluii for tho fair aro Aug. un when cuui Hiiro's wIhIiIiik all tlio now concern :i' And hi r liimWnil, who wan it I nit nml nnd Sopt tooln want ortwliltv; to (ha DUIVOKH. nils will bo tho x ' it r li ft fur Lom Anneta, w4rti UiUom (f tho well. Only tlio mnn first fair In tho county In many years. II fillownl their THNlMM'tlvn VOtt- - drtKlliK llw hole wiim loft on top. Mako nrrangomonts to attend. Prejorn until h oil Itootn. mium ILstH, etc., can bo had by Mm. HuinmarR ntool lny Rftor Today Mm NuiHiimm In tlt Urgent In the hot huh by tlmt wall. Night tho secretary I'nllon County Knlr Aisoclatlon. Inl'Wdual oil producer In tho world Hftr night, by the light of nflnrlng '! with 1it own money ulic pro tHxdi, ithi' hovnnil over It, n If it hmous "Oil Queen of California" Hickman Born ...A CM- - Tim firm of Nolfeh Uron. Dry Gooda Co , on of the loading dry i;ooIh And WoUiIiik HlorM of this city, will by mutual coiiwont of tho, laken at Tupelo, Miss., 'while Gen. Tyler tuas attending the anniversary services three iKtrtuera about tho -- 0th of this This picture Harrisburg, in hlch the first man killed ivas a member of bis company. In the picture are IllOlllil. Hon. Geo. T. Mitchell and 'wife, at whose home Gen. Tyler tuas a guest. IihUnuI of the one firm, thruo will db4lu Im' las of the battle also tho outcomo of tho Ulsioliitloii. and Reared In This City... County Fair. Convention Saturday. Approaching Nuptials. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Wilson announce o the engagement and approaching of their daughter, Mabel Virginia, to Mr. James Ross Cheshire, thu wedding to bo solemnized October third, at tho Methodist Church, mar-riag- '"i!,if aratlliff biii - I toMw Jshr)ffiAhlr nr hr ir 'I dy NOTICE Just received, a nice lot of SADDLES : nnd will sell them nt a bnrgnin for the next 30 days. 2 Throughout tho etato county Democratic conventions will bo hold at the various county scats next Saturday, at 1 oclock, for tho purpose of instructing delegates to a stato platform convention to bo hold at Louls-vlll-o on tho following Tuesday. Tho Domocrats of Fulton county, wlio aro In favor of better government, should mako It a point to bo present on litis occasion. As horcto-forstated, tho most Important plank of tho platform will deal with tho liquor question. And this one plank is of sufficient Importanco to command tho attention of every cltizon. It Is a safe bet Uiat tho liquor Interests wilt havo tholr forces on tho ground Marriage Licenses early and in readiness to carry out tholr program. It Is tho prlvllego of tho cltlzoas of tho county to say what instruction Tho following woro granted llcenso J. J. Jones, 111 Austin, Will Walker those dolegatcs shall havo, but If you to marry In Obion County lost weok: Hob liakor and Erwln Sheffield wont fail to tako au interest, tho politl-clai11. O. Shell nnd Ilulnh Tucker. to Hickman Monday wlioro they havo will do it for you. T. N. TankariUoy nnd Mlsa Obion fontractcd to build a nlco realdenco. Kox Union City OominorcJnl. IO'rlc Saturday Night. Claud MugucH and Kunico Joiioh. Owaltney. lxlo Tannur and Knio John Kltablo nnd Nina Mulllus. W H. Whoolor nnd Maudo Wheolor J W. Ouy and Zula Owons. UiihhoU A. Hoopor nnd Mnry Martin A. J. ltalnoy and Mlas Graco Harris. , 1 o nt Hickman, Ky. John Wright, City Marshal, has returned from a visit to his sister la Kres8( Texas, and a prospecting trip through tlio Southwest. II. McMullIn, Albert Capps and Chas. Isbell will give a barbecue and bran danco near Graves school houso on Dycrsburg road, tomorrow. Hush Creek Cemetery Association will meet nt Rush Creek Church, on Tuesday, Aug. IB, at 2 p. m., to elect officers and other Important business. Roy Taylor and Miss AUIo Glassco, two prominent )oung pcoplo of tho Jordan neighborhood, wero united in niarriago at Fulton Saturday morning by tho marrying squire. 0 S Hickman Harness Co. Muuios Alox and Hnzol Adams nro In Chicago, whero tho fonnor bj bo- iug troattnl by it specialist for lung trouble. Mlna Alox was until recent ly pmployotl in tho iKst office, hero, and was forced to glvo up this iosl- tloa on account of her health. Hor parents nro tliluklng 8orlously of moving out west wlioro it Is hoped tholr daughtor will bo benefitted by Jnuigo of climate. Great... Opportunities Cayce Milling Co. Our Motto-PUR- ITY When tho nnta aro in tho pickles And tho files aro in tho plo, s tickles, When tho And gnat gota In your eye, When tlio fuzzy caterpillars Tumblo In tlio lemonade Then you know you're at a picnic, And it's ninety la tho shado. daddy-long-leg- for every economically inclined person to save money abound throughout our store. and HIGHEST QUALITY We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public Is felt over tho recur pellagra, a now and little rence of understood malady. In two of tho asy lums. Supt. It. L. Willis, of tho East ern Kentucky Asylum for tho Insane, lina ordored tho uso of all com products food stopped pending investigation of seventeen cases of pellagra . Supt. Willis says disclosed tlnu-othat several other patients show symptoms of tho disease. Supt. Sight slates that seven fully doveloped ciusert aro under Inspection at tho WosUiru Kontucky asylum for tho InMuch nlann Although our Summer Clearing Sale is over, it is our intention to close out all Summer goods, and you'll find many bargains that will interest you. Grain Deposited at Our Risk nnd Protected by Insurance. sane Represenntivo Uergor, of Wiscon- sin tho only Socialist member of Con gress Introduced a bill In tho Houso to pension all porsons In tho United Stales over CO years old under ccrtnla conditions. ' Fulton county will yot havo Cayce Milling Company 1 Oct. a bump- er corn and cotton crop. . Courier's t ( ircfe $$ 1 she Is gono to heaven, and he "woops o'er hor bier" ho will remember It. .Men and women don't need to bw Ing olubs to threaten home concord The husband, armed with a sneer, and the tongue, A good washing machine costs from wife who carries w.ipi-- h five to eight dollars, hut a washboard nre Just as well companioned for eonts. deatli dealt UK battle, ns though they can bo bought for twenty-fiv- e This Idnd of economy ghofl a good jouiuled each other with baseball many men a chance to look for a sec- bate. ond wife Tlio woman of today I a different lU'tnnntl for good boys. being from Uio woman of flft )onrs There is a has always been to The boy who Is honest, earnest ami ago. The shrinking, trembling, weeping heroines of Thackeray and Dicklong out of Industrious, have only goods of Job. Theru 'will not boof prosperousa ens hao dlsapHured It Is better aro lots highest quality to business men, merchants aud me- that it is M. Not 11 III) litis the WOlll chanics, who are constantly on the nu of todaj shaken off those old time sell them at reasongood boys. They do not Amiknesstts, not onl hus slu asMiin- outlook able prices to ful look for for on the streets, huwur iil u stern independent e whlili to thorn fill all promises and hut in some sort of employment. The seine is well nlh illnli.sirt.nciK, but He is tdie linn made her determination line no use for au Idle make no misrepre- Known to the world, luis watl loo apt to make au idle mau. aentations. It may in our fines In (he shape of The different! between good and certain signs mid smHb which have be an old fashioned to her policy, but we think bad matin rs, is sonowist and so to a tendency to add emancipation exaggeration that it is it pays. You do a that the good motliei of this not need to go to general Ion are building the homes of Kenerattou. and the bad Johnston-Dunca- n. Memphis or Nash- the next are building the prisons. mothers ville to buy For out. of families nations are made; and if the father be the bead and the From the Knterprluc, at ltipley, hands of a family, the mother is the Tenn., wu clip the following, which Diamonds heart. No office In the world la to will bo tif Interest to many of our Cut Glass honorable as hers, no priesthood bo readers: Watches lioly.no Influence bo sweet and strong "A wedding in which much affec mill lasting. Silverware tionate Intercut centered was that of Novelties There are noue of us so poor but we Miss Lillian Johnston and Mr Austin can train a few roses on the bumble Duncan which took place at Uio Meth We make lust as wnll and their scent ami beauty will tllst church in this city Wednesday at 6 30 o'clock For the low prices on the long be remembered, and many a boy afternoonthe church had been tastily occasion instead f going niton the pub same goods. Why lic highway will to loaf at home union decorated, potted plants being used linger very offeoUtely, presenting a beauti not trade at home? the flowers. Moral degradation ful scene as the bridal party Mood begins at home. for the ceremony. Miss Mary Jolm-trton- , u cousin of the bride, pn.sided What beautiful and tender asstoia-tion- s wed cluster thick around the word at the organ using MondelHr-ohn'"memory." The thought of It lsaery ding inarch for the processional and shield; Uio name of it has a spell to for recessional The Jeweler Dr II II. UI back the wanderer from the path Johnston, uncle of the bride, mild Uio of vice, and far away where the myr- impressive ceremony which united tle blossom and the palm trees wne, their lives. The brldo wore a going and the ocean sleeps upon coral away suit of tan broadcloth, trimmed Misled by the story sent out from Mtrands, to the exile's fond fancy It In Persian with accessories to Paducah In which it was slated that clothes tho naked rock, or stormy correspond, lacei carried a loely bou and the railroad from Jllckman to Clinton, ithore, or barren moor, or wild height quet of Amerloian Ucnuty roam 'was under construction, a gentleman niid The bride Is the joungest daughter mountain with charms he weeps from New York was here yesterday to think of and longs once more to of the late John Anderson Johnston, to see if ho could not get a contract tltNii whom no more prim. 'gentlefor grading. His firm, he told us, man or worthy citizen ever pn sided has a largo number of teams, graders, Kncounigement la something we in Iaudordalo county As a dtcend-aphoveb and eo forth and makes a naturally look for. A little praise, a of this noble oitUen she inherited business of railroad grading. lie was those queenly virtues which churact word of hope or a olfeorful smile rather surprised to find that thoro Komothing for the hungry will to urlzos womanhood in Its most exalted was nothing doing here in the way of trasp and tho weary mind to rest state, and to her added rare acct.in railroad construction. Ho went from upon, as we climb the toilsome moun- plisbments of mind and heart K here to Jackson, Tenn., to see if tho tain of life. How many poor hearts pecially is sho gifted In music, potts road from Jackson to Dyersburg Is have sunken into despondency, when osslng a volco of exceptional quality likely to bo built soon. Clinton a little encouragement has reassured and sweetness. As a roenibir of Uio thorn. The soldlor looks for It on the Methodist church and leader of Uio field of battle; It Is tho cheering choir sho will bo greatly missed, by Upton Sinclair, a Socialist author volco of his leader that urges him on tho denomination and also those who iwho violated tho Sunday laws at Wil- through the danger of death and occupied a place in tho congregation On many occasions has sho thrtll'd mington, Del., decided to tako an crowns Uio day with victory. Kino clothes and costly Jewelry do her hearers by tho sweet mimic of imprisonment of 18 hours rather than Stay a $4 fine, and was put to break-Ir.- g not convert a ruffian Intoagontloman her beauUful solos. In the social lift rock In tho city workhouse. Ills any more than a stovepipe hat and a of Uio town sho was also n special otfenso was playing baseball and ten- cigar mako a man of a monkey. A favorite, and her presence was a Joy nis on Sunday. Nino other men took few smart, quotations und Inspiration to any assembly from eminent authors will not convey tho same punishment Mr Duncan Is a native of Columbia, tho Impression that ou are Mo., and a graduato of the law school with literature. You are apt of that place. Kor several years ho Vardaman, who Is to be the new to become scorched In the flames you lias made Memphis his home Ho Is Benator from Mississippi, is one of the most picturesque characters who kindle, for your literary companions a gouUemau of woll rounded character Will soon sound jour shallow depths and sterling business qualifications, has appeared in tho South, even and our Ignorance will appear moro and worthy of tho splendid omig Tillman, of South Carolina, glaring thau before. iwoinau whom he has claimed for n and Davis, of Arkansas, In radical helpmate. Ideas. Ono of hla positions Is that place your ambition Whatever Mr. and Mrs. Duncan wore rxjpl education ruins a negro prompts you to select as your field ents of a large number of for future labor, however lofty and many of them costly und bt nutlfii! difficult of access tho height may be, Thoy loft on tho CiOS train for Memfit yourself for It by slow and labor- phis, whore they will reside at Col ious process of study and toll. Ilegln onlal Court." at the very bottom round of tho bidMiss Johnston bad charge of Uio der, lay tho foundation firm and se cure; build your structure of future music department In Hickman Collet; ritness upon a thorough kuowlcdgo year before last and won many friends of your Ilfo work In all lis bearings. while In this city. She Is a sister or In fact, be what you seem, and seem W. A. Johnston, of Uio Hickman Hardware Co. to be nothing but what you are. Mr. Johnston and MIhk llonnlo Car Lot us not wait for chances for do- pouter, of this city, attended tlw wed ing good to como to us, but to go out ding. o meet tliem. Tio many beautiful VIA opportunities escape us otherwise. As A Union City papor says, Tom Oiarity begins at home, so should Morgan, of Hickman, was in tho city lovo. We don't care much for either RAILROAD the charity or lovo that would leavo this week ennui to to Now Mexico, its want for duty or affecThe man 1911 tionnoarest toout Into the world to successfully who canupfather a plan to and go machino polll break work. Wo find it a delightful plan les In Uils end or Uio stato is entitled AMUSEMENTS: ito make each ono of our lioinefolks to a place In Uio Hall of Kame American League Baseball Games. happy about some one thing each Hay Browns vs. Washington and Tho word tariff, now In tho llmo of our life plan llttlo surprises for Philadelphia. tltolr delight, do llttlo deeds for them, light polIUcally, is derived from nu Delmar Garden: "45 Minutes frorr brighten a dull hour, or congratulate anclonttaxtown In Spain that levied n iijioii ships that used lis them upon some achievement of tholr small Broadway." harbor. own. Forest Park Highlands: The liii A machino to deal tho cards has ?lace on the Hill. Everything New Money Is a good Uilng, especially In been invented. Now, if tho Inventor Cavallo's Band. theso Uraes, but Uiore Is wmiothlng can only produce machines that will The New Columbia Theatre. Pre miuch moro valuable. It is character, play jwikor, many a needed night's .Uio consciousness of a puro and tenting World's Best Vaudeville. rent enn bo secured In Hickman, life. This should bo a young Tickets will be sold for SPECIAI man's first aim to preserve at any If you buvo a potnto don't leave TRAIN leaving Cairo 12:20 p. m. ant cost. it lying around loose. 1'ut It In your for regular trains leaving Cairo l:4i vlfo'B shoo und hide It uuder tho . m. and 12:50 p. m., August 15 Sometimes Uio hasty word has been dresser with tho family diamonds or nd will be good for return on anj spoken, tho sharp, snappish word deposit it In tho bank to bo used as regular train leaving St. Louis up V been carelessly uttered In Uio homo collateral. You may want nn nuto- and including Wednesday, August 23 circle Tho true wifo's heart so often mobllo latter on and two good potntbleeds at tho bitter, thoughUcss, but ocs will buy a handsome car before J. H. JONES. Ticket Aeent I cutting word of a husband. 1 Ccatral Ualon Station, Cairo, III. When Christinas arrives. Ex. The Aim of This House a. jii...fd !. e f k :--u i SCHLENKER s TO 1 n CLOSE 2 34 inch, with bed, cash $55.00 3 inch, well-learne- d cou-vorsa- nt with bed, cash pre-ent- 9 IN ST. LOUIS and return $2.00 DAYS $59.00 These prices are the lowest that can be made, and if you are thinking of buying Cairo to St. Louis MOBILE & OHIO Tuesday, Aug. 15, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED r. t. hon-orab- lo - Smith-Bric- e. ASKS 5150,808 DAMAGES IN Dorena Notes. MIbh Elizabeth lirlco, daughtor of Mr. and Mm. It. K. Urico, a substantial furmor of tliu luwor bottom, and J. F. Smith, u young fnruior of this couuty, woro married at tho homo of itho bride's parents, Sunday, by Itov. IW U King. ITU-nyoung people nro jtopular and well liked by all who know thwu, and Itholr many friends wish thorn joy on Uholr matrimonial voyngo. Tho brldo lu 2!i and tho groom 24 yours old. WOMAN SEEKS THIS AMOUNT SLANDER SUIT. Aiinle Wllllamion Charge Clemen Eckhoff Referred to Her In Dlereepectful Term. Aug. 8 Charring that he defamed her character, Annie filed suit for 150,000 damage asemnt demon Kclthorf. president of the Eckboff Furnlruro com-Pa- y of Tvrenty-thirand Drench stroeta. Th poUUon woiUyi that Kckhotf, Is Mia pronanoe of Burke, July M, 191L ehook hi flngor at the plaintiff and reforrod to bar In disrespectful tormi. According to tho petition, the plaintiff, hh tho rnsult of tho alleged dsfamnUon of chnracter, "has Buffered oontlnuou and unceasing extreme mental anguish and travail of soul." and aloo baa fallen Into dlsgraco and "areal public contempt and rldlculo" and ha been "exposed to the public wrath and hatred.", nud "deprived of the public countenance and hocIiiI of uelchbora, frleinlH and auqaalutance " Sho further allegea that ho ha bepn devitalized and reduced to nuch a atato of nervoubnesa that ahu In aliuont a wreck. BL Mrs. John Plckott Is reported somo hotter. Mrs. Jos. Townscnd Is voryslck of Xovor. MLsa NEW ARRIVALS IN; Ilosa Kelly Is not so well this writing. n at !' Mrs. Suulo Hargrove, ago 23 yuars died ut tho homo or hur uuclu, J. II. Riiilvrauii, u few' mllori bolow Hick- Mian, Wvduusdny. July 2C. Fovurwaa cuusu of hur death. JK'Ciiutod In uurvhcd by u Uiro'.- Weeks-olchild, which will ho tukou uv of by Mrs. H. L. Juckaou, un uuL I'7l(uuialun woro buried ut Brownsville Our famous Oranger coffe, at 25c, U hUII tho talk of tho Uiwii. Hotter fcUmu lot of 36c coffeoa. 1'houo 38. IBoUiTHworth & I'raUwr. Mum Miriam l.uteu lufl UiU mornhit: for Fulton. Shu wUI bo Jolmid thoro by lwr moUiur, .Mm. H. I). Luton tonight and thvy will Iuno Saturday for Oklwlud, lowu, whoro thoy will xuuku Uiulr fuluro homo. Mr. IiiUiit liu a poaltlon with Uio Croat Woat- ortk II 11. at that placo. - before a board presided over by Judgo Hanbcrry, passed successfully and granted llcenso to pracUco law In all courts of Kontucky.. Mr. Amborg la a son ot Mrs. Alice Wo aro nuUiorliod to nnuounco Amberg and is ono of the moet popular young men of Uils city. He la a LOTUS Virginia Lutcu LILIESJN NORTH atudent of Uio well known law school a candldata for BuiHirintvndvnt of Large Dd of Nile Flower From at Ann Arbor, Mich., wbcro'be will graduate next year, and lias hoforo School of Fulton County, subject to Seed Surviving Wreck Found In Wisconsin Lake. him Uie promise of a successful ca- tho aotlou of Uio DcmocraUc arty. asparagus. Places at Uio card tables Ices In the form of Cupids with HlooUon Nor. 7, 1911. reor. It Is probablo Uint ho will hang Engagement Announced. were drawn by d score golden bows and arrows, and IndividMaiden Hock, Wis, Aug. 8. Lotu out hla shingle in Hickman. cards In green and gold with Uny ual heartshaped cakes were served, aeods, surviving. It Is said, the wreck Congratulations, BUI. hearts and Cupids and good luck em- after which, a large silver loving cup of a steamer carrying them on board, See Our Agent have grown Into u largo bed of lotus prettiest parties over blems of wishbones and horso shoo was passed, and many were the clevei One of Uio nestling among tho flowers. Sand- toas's and good wishes for the long lilies at the head of Lako Pepin, If you know whoro to look It is an given In Hickman was that given by e It Is Uioutjht, tho only by Mrs. Flndley T. Handle on last Fri- wiches and ice tea were served at life and happiness of the brldo, and cosy matter Just now to seo Vonus of the Egyptian lotus, tho royal dnyllgbL Tho planot Is at prcsont day afternoon, announcing tho engage- tho t&blo upon tho arrival ot Uio regrctB that her marriage will toko flower of tho N1U, that aro to be for high grade her to a distance to live. following closely In Uio track of tho ment and approaching raarriogo of her guests. found In this couutry. Tho guests wero later Invited into sun, being exactly three hours and sister, Miss Mabel Virginia Wilson, Scores ot peoplo from many placea aro gathering tbw fragrant blossoms ten minutes behind tho sun's sched- ot Hickman and Mr. James Ross Chee- - tho dining room, and each found at Bud Levi, a negro, was fined $5 mO' and large quuutltlos ot thorn aro be- ule Note tho position of tho sun hlro of Nashville. To enjoy Mrs. her placo a lodyflnger, to which waa ing sent to tho clUos of Uio at noon, for exnmple of fixing Uie Handle's hospitality nnd to learn this tied a diamond engagement ring, und and costs by Judge Naylor Tuesday. placo by tho edge of a building, a hnppy secret, wero all tho young so to her placo card was attached a gold Ho had been having some fun in GOAL OIL and GASOLINE house chlmnoy or other object. Then ciety matrons of tho city and the girl wishbone. Tho secret was out, oven West Hickman and Uie judge wound Caller Finds Man Dead. before tho ribbons extending from up tho colobraUon by the fine, which. SL Imis, Aug. 8. When a friend a' tun minutes past Uiree o'clock In trie ml h of this popular brido-to-bLowest prices nnd prompt each placo to a large golden heart, ' the negro was unable to pay, and is called on Albert Liouglass, 35 years tho afternoon go and look In the amc Tho design of the wedding, green hanging from Uio chandelier wero Lnow a guest of Uncle Joe. delivery. Absolutely old, a cab driver for tho Donnelly place, mid If tUie uky is clear you nnd gold, was most artistically decor- - pulled out bearing on Uio end a tiny unifoiTn. Bros.' Undertaking company, living at will luivo no difficulty lu seeing VenFor cleaning and pressing phono 1103 North Nineteenth street, hu was us. Sho will grow brighter and bright- out. Tho ontlro lower floor of this golden heart, telling of the plans of Clrlvro XJf t. .lovely home was elaborately decor-nte- d tho wedding tho unable to get a response to ropeated er UU August 10, 1911. placo and 195. Wo call for and deliver your time, the work. White Broa. with golden flowers, ferns nnd tho attendants. knocks at the door Summoning Uio landlady, Mrs Anna Ullmoro, ho One of (ho lady oporuton nt tho INDIAN REFINING CO. looked over the transom and saw lu Union Cumberland switchboard Douglass l)lng on the bed. He had EVANSVILLE by lightning Tuesday been dead sevurul hours. An empty City was struck nnd rundored unconscious curneuc acid uoiiie-wurouna in a pocket U thu coat, aed Douglass Is for Hovurnl hours. During tho pro-R. 0. LOPKEGKEH suppocd to havo dralnod It. lri. grvm of tlw storm u residence m Ulloiore told th pollco Dughuuwuj that city wan nhw struck by llBhtn-Ina hufforar from ihuumatUm. and Uio wind domollslied severVeterinary Surgeon al tobacco bariiH In tho neighborhood Graduate of Chicago Vet. of Crutohfiold. (rood old summer time. College 1893. Tho now West Hickman school I). II. WIIhoii is in Memphis. building will soon bo completed, and Offico til Slcvo livt'ry Unrn John Cboato vnxa lu Muyflcld yes- Hickman with Uireo buildings, 709 BOTH PHONES pupils, and u thorough course of atudy terday. should JusUy bo proud of her schools.! Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 Vnl Carperitor left UiIh morning for l'uplls who havo attended at Union obDawBou SpringH to spend a few days. City, Martin, Clinton and oUior nearOils promptly answered night or study by cities, sny tho course of C. L. Wnlkor, wife nnd son, Bon day. Satisfaction guaranteed. ; la more thorough Uiau any ot left yesterday for Troy, Tumi., for h:e a Mhort visit. Gun. G. V. Gordon, ono of tho Mrs. Llgo Oman, formerly of tills 1-- 2 AH Ladies Oxfords, except white, at distinguished Coufudorato vetoff city, vsns united In nwrringo to Dr. most I furnish my medicines and Aug. th. erans, died nt his homo in Mouiphltt Vndon, at Ada, Okla., Friday guarantee a cure in... Odds and ends in Mens Shoes at big Redutions ycatcrdny afternoon. Gon. Gordon Itobt. Hicks, a substnuUal clthten wus tho Inst of Uio Confederate gen1-- 3 Founders, Colic, Bofs Mens and Boys Pants at off ho has a sunflower Btalk Uiat has CD erals In the congress, and, as Ring Bone, Bone Spavin of Uio United ConfedMooms on It somo of Uiem 11 inches 1 Soft Shirts at Iv4 off erate Veterans, was a character of Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil in diamotor. Can you bent UT Weak Eyes, Sharbon If you got a bluo mnrk on your national reputnUon. A Mr. Schmidt of Memphis, un ex and Lockjaw. Courier this week, It moans this Is pert tailor, has accopted a position Uio last paper you will recolvo until I own my hospital and am ready for you pay up your aubacrlpUon. In Carl Schmidt's tailor shop in this ' business. . city. Indications nro that a big legal It Is reported that Hickman is to battlo will Uiko placo In this county engag hnvo anoUior nucUon sale of town R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian over a will. Both sides havo ed tho sorvices of somo of Uio best lots in a short time. HICKMAN, KY. lnv)nrn in tho state. Miss Jtoso Batzol, of Dukedom, com mlUcd suicide by drinking carbolic Julian Clioato is a lucky rascal. WIiUo In Mnyfleld yesterday, ho went Tuesday. Pino out to Uio auction salo of lots. Tick- - WHA 1 j llCR Generally fair today VEGETABLES ts wcro distributed umong thoso and tomorrow Not (julto so warm ' PRODUCE uresont. nnd Choato's ticket drow Friday FRUITS c. li. mooue Win a horse, buggy and harness, val- Lyric Saturday Night. j uod &t ?2C0. e Bolton, a 20 yar old negro ha beun hold wJUiout Uill In tht llnkuiuu tun nly Jail to tuiHwor to tlLi ihonio of kitting Joanna Mumjii, .whom hu Hhol at Mumw, July Jl. USho died laiH Saturday. Button, who van an admirer of Ui woman t whose w .m I J or K JO) lKOd hur a vlait Sunday afUTHoou and wlnm lio lhat iJiu had uecupu-- a prtm- nt (a pair of aliovH or Hllnnuru) from auolhttr negro, hU joaloim wrath wm arouHvd and ho druw hU phttol iind shot hur. llo claimed oil Uio trial Uiot ho whh In a friendly Hcufflo with Uio woman and Unit Uio pUtol wan discharged accidentally. 1 jihov MLsa Opal Crawford was In Hick man Saturday. Lobs Stoker was In Modley several tlmea laRt week. i Jiro. iiollnnd la holding a Kg re vival at thU place. MlsBCH Mnymo and Llzlo Pickett wcro in Hickman Saturday. Several Hickman boys attended Uie meeting hwo Sunday night. MIhh Carmen Crawford has return-e- l from a vIMt In St. Louis. Mlt Opal IianieH, of Hlckmnn, Js tho gueat of Ming ItuUi Durncs, of thbi pluco. KiikIIhIi Uiwronco wna tho gueat of hi mint, Mrs. J. II. I'ickctt, Saturday mid Sunday. Harry Manuol and Gilbert Dakor hnvo purchased tho UUlo atoro at tho forry iandltig. Tliurmnn Pickett was hero from Hickman ono day Uitit week loading hay on hla lioiU. Mlnfl Pearl Norwood and IMchard JKnn attended tho ball gnme at Wnlf luliim! Runilnv Jack Wlilto and turn, Clarence, and PLAYING SUNDAY GAMES lUloy Dennett, itpojit a fow days in Single Tax Colony Continue 8ab- - St. Ixnils Inat week. MIshoh Mnyme and Llzzlo Plckott bath Play Deiplto Sinclair Threat. have returned homo nftor a vialt to friends In Charleftton and Columbus. Wllmlncton, DoU Aug. 8. Sunday LUtlo Olndys Dick, tho little daughbaseball, tunnl and golf flourished ut ter of Alfred Dick, died of tuborculo-aU- i Ardun, the slnglo tax colony, In ipllo at tho homo of her grand-parentof tho ancient blue law which proMr. nnd Mrs. Dllllo Higlns. hibit the playing of game on Sua-da- Louie, Fall Merchandise Advance Styles in Fall Wash Materials in d Jle GINGHAMS, PERCALES SUITINGS, PRINTS; ROBES New Things in Ladies' Neckwear, Bags, Belt Pins, Etc. All our Men's, Ladies', Misses and Children's Low Cut Sh oes at greatly reduced prices. d d Upton Sinclair, Socialist and novol-1who eorvod IS hours In tho work-houstogether with tho Ardcn baic-ba-ll nlno, for rloh ting this ancient atatuto upon the complaint of Qoorgo Drown, who style himself an anarch, lot, played tonnls all the morning and then In the afternoon Uio Ardun baseball team net doCeat at the hand of tho Chester team. The throats of Slnclnlr, after ho bad Bervod bin workhouno nontenco, that ho was going to prosecutu mom-berof Wllmlugtou's society stt who played 8unday golf and tuuuU wero not cariitMl out. L Men's Knit Underwear at about cost. Specially low prices on all Spring and Summer Wash Goods, consisting of Mulls, Batistes, figured and plain Lawns. Full Fledged Attorney, Wm. 11. Amberg, of Hickman, Is desclplo of Black- now u hIoiio and Kent, and with It, Is prob ably tho youngest lawyer In tho state. He was examined at Murray, Monday, d FUQUA, HELM & CO. hand-painte- Saad Salamy jaaajft speo-Imen- dsSifcfe e. Trlvl n t'vt-nln- g E 1 g, Last Call... Sthr. You must get busy if you want to take advantage of our Slaughter Sale of hot weather goods. Price no ject with us we are determined to move them. th-'s- LOOK! LOOK! Come while you can get your choice and sizes. Xlotli nioiioie , Bargains Throughout the House ( Bradley & Parham THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covets Western Kentvckt Llkeltte'Dwt" past or future Tho peoplo will not staud thntskiu game long at a. timo. Wo hear poo pie bay M hy It costs more to live bore than in Memphis und everything is Is higher thuu in NushUlle. If thai is bo thoro is something wrong Th n Is no reason why it bhoiild be o Why one fenow said. "I can !! cheaper at a summer retort than lit Hickman: "nnothi-- r says. ou unu lie cheaper at Hot Springs. D careful ami don't oer reach nud cork Jour self. Don't di to deep; People don t hau to come here unless there Is an attraction or Inducement. It la a ndhUtko to slie u follow up and try to lake all he lias got. Trent n comer right, show tliem the bourns a Ixuntages, Inducements, treat Ui. in fuir:.v then when they come tlifj wui l The peoplf happy and contented of lllrkmaii ar big hearted mid ok er but let uh kep a Mtiurp loek-ou- t am! mIiuh thww wile ami mistakes, i'un we will hae bond and lasting prosperity. Ky. State Notes. fti&r. SPEER & SEXTON. PUBLISHERS $1.00 MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- Subscription Rates per Year digestion, rheumatism, To owu a borne Is one of the most cherished thoughts that is Implanted within tho human breast. The youug man engaging in business In the city finds hiinsolf at somo Umo calculating the umounL necessary to begin payments upon property that will prv out a habitation for himself uud the. dependent upon him. In the country the tenant of tho farms is awakening to tho fact that by energy and ho cau purchase a small tract of land, build his homo and know the g pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. should be driven out, or serious illness nuy result. To get rid of them, use EM Thedford's Black-Draugh- fraud Independence of being u ne-e-d land- owner and master of his ow u destiny. There is little of this class in Kentucky seeking uower fields. In thia great commonwealth the opportunity is alwnfa at hand, and especially In Fulton county. Wo may bau eomo drawbacks, but on the whole, our soil and surroundings make the idea Just a little bet ier than the allurements of distant sections. There is not the slightest desire to discourage those who removal from the state, nor to depredate the merits of other laud but to awaken us to the blessings urouiul us here, for dearest of all home to Keutucklaus is Kentucky. bome-lnvcstine- nt t' the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I irieti Thed1 Dont forjtet Democratic convention in lllck s man mil Saturday. Nino deb-ga- t o to be selected and imUruct.-hiv ivprenent iw In the Democratic pbit form convention to be held In vill. Tuesday. If auy official lu.lu' has been given the lople i Fulton u. but comity, wo have fulled to the convention will b held Jut H- ibrtcftd.- - has al uime Tho gum-shimulo out Its uil of nine :ooj ready A well known Ilickmau citizen bald men." to a Courier reporter this "week, "Hickman is the highest price town Tho lllckmun Joint Stock Co . ojmt 1 over lived in." He showed us in one Instance where he was charged sited wtclmJiely by noroes. ha jinothing over 300 per cent profit on rounded out 20 yenm businew, ami certain article by a local firm. He h.ue renuwed Ihtrlr charter. Sto'k Ided, "My Income will not Justify mo that ld originally for $86 a tdmr Im Aiiim Ntch In pa) lug such prices and in some In now worth almost stances there Is no alternative but hIk has had charge of the IhihIim patronize the mall order house." anl this Jtit goes to show thut a neOutlandish prices in some cases are gro can Mieoted if be will attend the cause of about $3,000 a month Mtr otly to buidneae. The romnan hi leaving Hickman. Ever body ought jipltullwd ul fX.000 to obey the Injunction, live and let live or do as you would be done by. .Service- at the ChrlsOuu Church Is all right to make money and all Sunday School al'J.tC nen should have an eye out for next Sunday: justness and to make and eae hon- - a. in. Preaching by the pallor. He. ally. Hickman Is not large enough. Horace Slberell at 11 a. in. uud 3 to Justify a regular skin game. p. m. A cordial Invitation Is extend There is such a thing as overdoing il to all lie thing. Charging a big price for ittle board or big rent for a small Cypress Shingles fl.2G a thousand shack or a big stylish price for cheap at mill alz miles southwest of Hickshoddy goods, Is either a thing of the man. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. to b held at the rourthuiitte Frankfort. Partners, truck garden era and fruit growers In this suite have been tmied thousands of dollars by the rains. Commissioner of Arm culture Rankin has boen getting Infer niatlon over the telephone and by let tor that tho ruins on mo In time to save the (ant lesttgo of Uie crops this year Tho loss from the drought hus been greater than estimated, and It has not been confined to uuy section of the stale. Tho crop report of Commissioner Rnnkln for July shows tho smallest percentngo of erupt over known in this stnto, which gives another oppor ttinlt) to say to tho farmers that tin v wllldowed to adopt tho shallow int-toils of cultivation so often recommend cd by his department. Such a method of cultivation ho thinks would onnblo tho crops to withstand tho drought Compared with tho crops of last yoar, the yields In percentages for tlio present harvest nro: Wheat, 36 per cent, rye, 91 (which, becauso of the exceedingly good crop of last year, makes tills year's production an aver-ng-o crop); oats, G7; alfalfa. S4; blue grass, 73; corn. 79; clover, 72; pota toes. 44, ponchos, 49; apples, (9. ho in p. S3; pastures, Gt, and live stock, SI. HMt-- UrnAV Ci wrac sTI 'M M W ifer YOUR HAIR SILVER tr.WRNS Wt J .. . TYt fiOLD THE BANK i i'i!' j,i.i.c. lift 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. ford's now when Black-Draug- ht, and better than was 10 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. I I feel i' Insist on Thedford's Alfalfa, being a plant, withstood the drought better than any other crop except wheat and rye. which lattur two did not suffer much because of their maturity when the hent wave camu on. Potatoes are practically a failure, showing less than half the crop of n yoar ago. Tho rains have been a blessing for cern, which may yield a three-fourthcrap, which means a yield somewhero In the neighborhood of 95,000,000 bushels. deep-rootes The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. Wulkxr Martin. if Union tit), wan hn Umr Sluwbiy WKmhi, f Union We know our buimi and do our work right White llros. C M HbtoUim' Ocv Iterrtnaml in.H.ir.'.l ui I'MUiHia HHftday H Dlek t'liy. was Ik Ur pari tf tat wk - Ir nftroa Buggy Stolen ! Old Building for an Armory. ii0 Taken from my home 7 in Ilea Hickman Saturday night, Aug 6. A a (5eo. Delker Uuggy, almost new tup support on right huitd side has been broken near the top, mid a met al tip is missing from the end of mm fbafu The baniebs is ulm ueurty The set hail beeu taken up forawiuill horse, and buckle boles made with will be a knife. In the bully-bannollcid two holes which have boea torn together; looks like a knife had been Inserted in cue and cut through 4o the other. REWARD OF J10 00 for return of buggy and harness l'roporty to Dobt Tlusley. Notify Goalder Johnson Sheriff Hickman K Uf-d After remaining unused for nearly two years the old executive building, in tho old eapltol square, Is to be (Hit to some use. The second iloor of the building will be until ns nn armory uud drill hall fur the Frankfurt company of tbo Kentucky national guard. The local company recently was Into service with men mid the adjutant general deckled that the old building" which hate beeu abandoned might as well bo put to omo use. The building Is well adapted for armory purpoxoH There is a large room rhlt-will bo used as a drill hall and two smaller rooms which will bo used for lockers and for officers' meetings. The state and county together will put tbo, room lu condition and furnish them so that the local company will have ono of the best armories of any company In the state outsldo of Louisville. Slnro the state officials moved Uiolr offices Into the new eapltol tbo old eapltol has bien deserted ..nd tho rooms used for nothing, not over for storage. mini-tored fifty-seven hr IjishHu. Mo knikta pot acrow frtHM Ig'M . i The Mv. MHRI Iku OtWMnny trM dow n IM4ay frfntsm ui Cra MkMHtM rr halt at W4iMwla. MmNm. W. I aoHir vbtkwi bis W. (i. HUxiklo In 'IWn.. TAiwuwy aw4 lyr, Hp mmiU Imsm cmimw rtlu Mi aulMR hmn UM wtlk tHM xourt Urg wimi Uw aeHlwl Tkr Lr WlM HumMH WJ dtiWM mm procured Hnrijr to M ami bad to Ikrtwu. Imuiih. sHHt ily Mr (Htm fU ltdMM.il aVmday wHh bin fUHt Jackjum. nail Mih. Hmwt Tmvbji atnnlay In MHbi with tn FitKmi. t biii nr Kuvday n hp. urrivtMC eWBtiN laU. Tk with wIhm! hi kr trtawmntM km.) Hm- - mw i4wft h.II U put on Ur UOm wak That Is Um HUM kind of H aeMiwl til aar Re suffoivil two wka aco HRtrl Nwr No 8 ltand wUm ulic wm lownl back 'Iltcy Hm4 Ui muvm tbo bak In ! by tbo HddiHf or turxl Tho (JiHHpaity hail sh intra mimH m Iwtttl at thHr piuhU. fur imab inanmm cuHfi as lltU J A. Norton, ttf 0 Nrt OMnpaHf. of DtWMttMnt, MwhUty w btMiHiM. Tvnn O. Mnnu.iif lb RtiaH f Mm. W A. JohwrtuH. Mm A. .U Ttrntw i brr dttHMbtw, Ie aVNr kr. br lkuwvM. w-- Mbm Ju)lo. Ulttg ftatl tB Tiw4ay IJnb Ambn; U rMt Imt uhm, wt lo TtpKM Mr ftiualiMV Mr ami Mm JMn Think About It Now wmmnsrnra l 1THbslSsSS1 rfc ! Must Dip Sheep. Tbo stato llvo stock sanltray board Issued an order covering nil sheep en tcrlng Kentucky, and gives Instruction that all sheep coming Into this statu from other states, unless for Immedl ato slaughter, shall bo dipped, olther In tho tobacco or nicotine dip or a Umo or sulphur dip. Tho order also prescribes that when shipments of sheep originating In or In transit through tho state, shall be found dlioased, tlio cars, boats, vehicles, ward sheds, etc, that havo contained tho diseased sheep shall not bo used until cleaned and disinfected. All sheep moved Into tho stato or out of it must first bo lnsect. cd by county llvo stock Inspectors and their certificate of Inspection must bo pinned to tho waybill. To Discuss Pellagra. Following tho discovery of 17 ease of pellagra In tho Knstem Kentucky agylum for tho Insane, It was reported that upward of 100 cases havo been found In Hull nnd Whltloy counties. Tho stnto board of health has called a meeting for Corbln, Whitley county, on AuguHt 9, to discuss remedies, and it Is likely that tho government and tho Rockefeller Institute will bo naked to uond experts to tho meeting. Flags For 8oldlert. Samples of the flags which will bn usod officially by tbo stato for tho regiments of tho National (luard of Kentucky havo been received by tho adjutant goncral ami probably orders for tho making of tho company and roglmental flags, which will cost J 5 00, will bo given. Tho best company lu each rlgimont will have u llug uud tho best of tho thrco roglmenU will huve a regimental llug. Penny to West Point. Representative Harvey Holm appointed M. C. Penny, of Htuuford, to West Point. Ho will tako bin examinations next winter. 'Mr. Penny li tbo Ron of Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. U Penny and tho grandson of the lato Judge M. C. Sautloy. M. C. The Best Advertisement Ever Written... 44 Be it ever so humble There's no place like home," No doubt originated the idea of a billing and Loan Ac:o"n e onc-linlf and We've rounded out twenty-onyear We've built more homes than any institution of the kind in the country. We've conducted our business with comparatively little expense. A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS If its in the stove line we have it. We've been conservative in making loans, and sustained few losses. We've helped the fellow that tried to help himself We've confined our business to Fulton county. We've proven the compatibility of our plan. We've, by existence, shown the stability of our institution. We've published our statements to the world. We've held our meetings regularly. We've had our books audited semi-annually. $4.50 to $25.00 to to RANGES... COOKS 25.00 8.00 50.00 35.00 We carry five different makes, including the famous Charter Oak and Boss lines. We know we can save you money, and your credit is good at Hlndman Weds. Former Lieut. Oov. James it. Hind-mnnnd Mrs. Corllla Carter wore married at Howling Qrcon. Tbla H tho third mnrrlago for tho groom nnd the Boconu for tho bride. Ex-Go- THEREFORE in view of all this we wish to announce that the books for the present scries will close on Thurs- St Louis Burnishing INCORPORATED Co, Apply a cotton cloth Wot wltli SNOW UNIMHNT to till (wounds, cutt, burns, oren or bllHleru, nnd nolo Its wonderful healing power. ji la prompt and very orfoctlvo. Prlco 2Cc, GOc, und f 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 UAI-IBRD- day, August 17th, and if you wish to take stock with us we shall be pleased to enroll your name on or before that date. BOTH 3PH03NT33S 0-3- . Sunduy wcddingH at Fulton: C. h, Frcy and Miss Dolllo lLiydun, of May. Held, K M Copeland ami MIhh Mary Ray, of Iiardwell; Tom Moore uud iMIus Mottle DeJarnoU, of Clinton. Hickman Building & Loan Asso'n TOM DILLON, Secretary. A Lyric Saturday Night. EULA SALMON Manicurist Clamlo Jones phis. paper. spant Sunday 1u Mem- Bargains in Farm Land, Latest styles and patterns In wall KoUio & French. Curl Kentucky Land For Sale. HOIFTH OF TIIK CATIIOI.IO (.IHJHUII Kllnl-t- li (iriwliintnof Nw Xlnit ork H.tnu J Administrator's Notice, All persona holding claims nualnst tho ftdato of .Mary llolton. duooased. nro hereby noUfitd to fllo name with mo In proper form on or iwforo the 1st day of Boptembor, 1911. or bo for- or barred Goald or Johnson. Ad ministrator AuuSl Teachers' Institute, tute Tho Pulton County Taotiers' Insti will Imi liulil nt Hickman August Ct'sth Tract No. 1. Eighty acres 1 miles below Hlckinnu on C, M. & 0. Ity. About 70 acroa In cultivation, balanco In woods. Now house and sfci' V. C. JoiiiiKon nnd wifo left Monday bio. Will tako 14,000 for this land. for Gibson W.lls, Tonn., to spend a Tract No. 2. Forty acres two mllos fww days. from Hickman on C. M. & O. Ity house, stable, etc. About There's some class to BottorBworth Now & PraUior's l!Cc Granger coffee, llavo thirty acrou In cultivation, balanco In tlmbor. Will tako $3000 for this tract. ou tried UT Tract No. 3. Fann of 1C0 acres, 2 ICdMor lliioe was hare from Union miles below Hickman, all In cultivaThy. Sumlny. the guest of his broth- tion, MVoral good houses and resier II. 18. IJrlco. dences, stables, etc. Rented out for Kd Townud oanio In from Hound-- " a term of four years with good tenaway. Miss.. Saturday to visit ruin- - ant. JGO per aero. Tract No. 4. About 7G acres, two tlY"s. Hd Is looking after one of the big 8. 1.. Dodds faniw near Hint pbico. Rood toiiunt housoH, stabhis, etc All iu cultivation, 216 miles from Hickman Wator and Light accounts aro duo U mllo from Owen Slouch Switch. nnd (iHytiblo at our office on or be- Jl0 par acre. Tract No. C. Fann of 3S0 acroa on fore tbo loth of th month. Don't UIk Slouch, about 7 miles from HickMk for a collector to call. Hick man, mile of Icdford station, 8 or man lot & Coal Co. 10 good to riant housos, stables, etc., T. II. Solimldt a jorly antltiK youth about 160 ncros In cultivation, gravelWM4 arrested In I'uMuu, Saturday iiIkIi ed roail lKing built through this land. 1S00 worth of JG0 per aero. ohmxtKl wfth MwnlliiK dlMHrtwI In Memphta Saturday afterTract No. C. Two hundred acros, noon. I la bad ttou hocxIh with him. 2 inllMi from Hickman, mile .from d twained little concerned when HUihr crosslntf, good rt'tililence, largo tMkau Into custody. Sodmldt watt cnr- - barns, wells, clstoms,, vie., about 40 rttnl Iwok to MomphlM. acrtti In ltuyou do Chluu bottom bal ance on high, dry land. W1U tako ? 16,000 for this placo. Traot No. 7. Farm of 180 acres Mud Crt-cand Cayco, all iu cultivation. Good barns, housos otc i'rl:o iiuulo on application. Schmidt and Miss Montgomery nro visiting In Kulton. Mm. Iu Leibovitz Can Save You Money New Fall Goods will soon be crowding me to the limit, and space becomes more and more valuable. My policy is to never carry over goods from one season to another, and in order to accomplish this all Suits, Oxfords, Shirts, Underwear, Straw Hats, etc., will be closed out at startlingly low prices. pay you to buy these articles now and reserve them until next season. It will Where quality reigns higher than price. Mississippi Land For Sale. ' 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 figures. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) a-- Coal Co, , rr. xixjXjOinx, or., jvtizv. No. S. MBS aorus between Farm ami Itoundaway I'lanta-tton- , Vi mllo from Madison branch on Y &. M. V. Ity., 15 miles from Clarks dal.i, MIsh. About 100 aon-- iu culti vation, Uilancu In woods. Tho naw 1HH butt) bfii cut from It but Urn tlmlwr Btandlng can ha workivl Into oruwt ties, sUives, etc. A new manag- 'n with 7 or 8 good tenant Jiouhus, stables, etc., arteslau well Xlowluc 76 gallons per mluuto. Will lake 900,000 for thU pU-o- of proixir-ty- , 10 per coat cash, balanco from one to five, oho to ten, one to twenty or one to fifty jeurs if desired, C per went tntureHt lyablu annually. No flnor land In the Uolta than this prop urty. Tlds Is a good cliaiuo for a Saw Fulton county boys to Join Iu and divide up this property. Tract No. 'J. 728 aci three miles from Heatbmun on Southern Ity , and three mllos from Inland branch of Y. &. M. V. Ry., 1 miles fmiu Sunflower river. About ID0 acres lu oul Lhatlon, and about 460 acros that has been deadened 4 or G years. Six or seven good tonant houses, stables, etc. Will tako $16,000 for Hit, on terms stated on above kind. Tract No. 10. Forty acros 2 miles north of Hentluuan. Will tako $10 per ncru for this. .Statu s Tnict Police Court News. At least two fellows don't approve of tho way local officers here have of slapping a man on the hip pocket 'win n 11 looks a little suspicious. K. J KiiKland, or Dixon, while standing lu front of tho Gem In West Hick Ji.un, hiu slupped oa tho foresaid hip lHxkut by l'olloumuu Ham by Saturday nltdil and the Innocont prank develop od the fact that some ono had droppo a In Ho 22 calibre "owl head" pistol in his pocket. Judge Homely said the puik-g-e of being a walking arsenal Mas worth $31.60, and HugUnd became u stockholder la tho "civic Improvement League." Will Cason a Water Valley deulzn had a similar experience with Sheriff Johnson. When Johnson slopix-- that tell-tal- e hip pocket, Cason thought ho beard some one In tho lower bottom calling him and hiked out at 2:10 clip. He was followed by Johnson and Pol iceman Hackett. Cason s carburetor was not In tho best of working order and was soon overtaken. Ho was relieved of a sweet UtUo 32 owl head, and tho Judgo clipped auothor $31.50 coupon. Iko Gilbert, Horace Ingrain and Joo Ingram engaged In a free for all fight Sunday, and wero fined $11.60 each. Ivy Hanimons paid $11.60 for a breach of tho peace. Kd ToUon and Hud. Nichols, fight-ng- . $11.50 each. 10. S. Brlggans, violating local option law, fined $G0 and costs, and fallliiK to pay was placed In Jail. Ho vas picked up with 25 pints In his possession and had been looking after the t hi rut y carnival people. Jap Admiral Seeing U.S. TTTVTTTVTTTTTTTfv-TTTTTT- )6 per cent cash, balanco one to five, one to (nil, ono to twenty, one to forty yenrs if so desired by purchas- Will sell any of above land at Home and Contentment er, G por cent payablo annually. Alto forty good brood mares, bred io $1800 jack that wo will sell at a arK"in Also several good register ed rod lollcd bull calves, and several registers! Ilerkshlre boar pigs. S. L. DODDS. HOT WEATHER HURTS THE SKIN Poisonous iKireplrsitlon causes rush- n"S, hives, blotches, pimples and prick- - Game To Naught. K. F. Wheaton and two associates, of Henderson, Ky., were here last week trying to Interest local capital lu tho building of an electric railway from Hickman to Paducuh A mass meeting' wus held at the 1,'yrlc Fri day night to give tho proposition a public hearing Hiu proposition was secure enough money from the towns interested to defray tho expense of a commercial survey , costing $25,000. He wanted Hlckuinn to put up $5,000 Should tho Burvey prove that the Touto was a iwylng one, Mr. Wheaton promised to finance tho deal for per cent of $1,750,000, the estimated cost of completing' the lino. If Ho the contrary, ho was to get 15 per cent or the $5,000. But tho bubble bust. There was no pot of gold at tho end of tho rainbow. All Uiat remains of tho magnificent system of Hie "Kentucky Southwestern Electric H. K." Is th- pi luted stock roooplts In tho bindery which Ho of tho Courier Job department.' Iu all serlousuess, Hlckmau is not ready JuM now to undertake another bur donation. Wo have put moro' than $30,000 behind the schemes of other won in the past IS mouths, and wo must have a breathing spell. Cufjill 1VW. t C EZlamci iX.tf No 27 In the true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing heat, often the beginning of serious skin troubleti. To Mish away the ivolson entirely, apply a simple solution known as I). I). I). 1) I) Prewriptlon for Keema. 1) Is generally sold lu $1 bottles, but for 26e we can now give ou enough ito prove that the very first drops soothe and heal the luflauxsl skin as nothing ohio can We vouch for the wonderful properties of 0. U. V., for we know that it 'brings Instant relief for all kinds of skin trouble. HICKMAN DRUG CO., Hickman, Ky. J Washington, Aug. 8, Admiral Tog, the nation's guest, raced a strenuous program of engagements, but one lm. which he showed much Interest. and banquets aro not exactly Inviting to the Ja .aneso hero, most of whoso 67 years have been spent on tho quarter dock, but he was chedulod to Inspeol the United States .Naval academy at Annapolis, Hardware, Glassware and which was more to his liking. Tinware The admiral Is to be shown everything pottlble connected with the navy during his brief visit to this Standard Gas Engine Oil country and almost a whole day will navy be spent at the Washington yard. Free Delivery Inspects an Aeroplane. Phone 183 On his morning automobllo ride the admiral spied an amatour aviator Ax- eJULAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 ing his aeroplane near Washington, monument and expressed a doslre to examine tho machine. Captain PotU. U. S. N., was along, and together they obierved the apparatus In Its hangar, as tho operator explained ii mochanlsm. Me dined with Socretary of Stato Knox and attondod a reception later We have just added at the National Press Club of Washthe famous ington. Reverently, with a brief Invocation la Japaneso, Count Togo placed a. . wreath of roses on the tomb of Wash lngton at Mount Vernon. X group of a dozen, among whom to our line. If you want a neat, woro tbo Japanese ambassador, Acting Socretary of the Navy Wlnthrop, durable, reasonable priced roof of the United you will be interested in Bull flvo roar admirals Stntcs navy and Chandler Hale, third assistant secretary of state, watched Dog Roofing. For the money enter the there is nothing half so good. the dlmlnutlvo admiral mausoleum and stand sllontly at salute. Ho spoke softly, but audibly, LET US SHOW YOU for a moment, and then put down tho wreath. Emorglng from tho tomb, the solemnity of the occasion was broken by tho admiral hlmsolf, who smiled as ho saw confronting him a battery of cameras. "That's tho only way we'll ever shoot at you, I guess," romarkod Rear Admiral Walnwrigbt, amid laughter. As the guest of tho nation, Admiral Togo's trip from the city to Mount Vornon was made on tho president's yacht, tho Mayflower. Cool and Refreshing There Is much speculation as to the nature of the roply President -- oo T- OTaft will receive from tho emperor of Japan to the announcement made by Taft to Admiral Togo, which was Cowgill's Drug Store tatamount to an Invitation to Japan ontor upon negotiations for a gento eral arbitration treaty. ns F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Our New Roofing Bull Dog Roofing Reynolds, Moss Co. I. of a home means a lotnd you should use care as to your selection and from whom you buy, for pood furniture is something you need only buy once or twice in a life time. C. W. Hall returned from Middle Friday, after a The lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow Tennobsee,there. Mr. Hall visit with lost hts relatives to enter our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy right foot in tho Mongol yards a nhort tlino ago by falling under a ing your home furnishings from us, but there is safety as (moving car. Ho hi able to bo out on well. We sell good furniture for just about the same crutches. money a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality, Allie l'arku, who runs tho big bund oaw of tho upper Mengel mill, was because we know the furniture business. struck a tremeuduus blow on tho breast Thursday by a lever ou tho Another Btep toward carrying out camiKilgu pledge was taken by the Democratic majority of the IIuit.se of IlopreHouativos when It adopted a cot ton schedule which greatly reduces tho tax oa all kludtt of cotton goods. 2. Milan Man Kills Self. Springfield, Mo., Aug. t. "Milan Is my homu; ill health Is the causo of this action; notify Mrs. William Halliburton at Milan." This note was left by William Halliburton, who klUed himself with carbolic acid here. where you will find everyfirst-cla- thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. ss - balf-rinlshe- d Grape Harvest on at Nauvoo. Nnuvoo. Ill, Aug. 9. Tho grape harvest has commenced in this district, and will be In full swing next week when the Concords are ready for shipment. The yield this year U Urge and of a good quality. Hurry Downing, one of our good Tlptonvlllo friends, was a welcome callor at this office Friday. Mr. Downing tells us that ho has lots of cotton bolls open, nnd that his crop is neveral weeks ahoad of last year. Miss some of the sweet things in life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of "Hciujer's Candy For sale at " Cowgill's Drug Store HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCOIIPORATFD tuiw carriage, and for a vvhllo It was Sunday at 11 a. Percy Jones, wifo and son, Allen, iu. and 8 p. in. by tho thought he would not live Tho forc pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. in. left Monday for Dawson Sprlns to of tho blow knocked him about 16 A message and a vvolcomo for all. upend a couple of vvoeks. Preaching at Presbyterian Church UNDERTAKERS Next Door to fost UHice foot, At this tlino ho to recovery.. Lt In fair way Mrs. Sarah Matbeny and daughter, Mrs. Francis Schultz, are visiting re- - . Ask lor Mirgiwi Flour. 1 Phone 38 tor jm.j a .. ..iigBggigtagMMiBiBjBjHjEBjBjrtjAjAtBsjnpvBjBjBjtfSBasjasBj! fvvyw vrnry tvttyyyyttt rvr From ittSi Hugh Oliver On the Streets Heard Isc Fultoa County Capitol AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The carnival "have went." U In Memphis. Your Money Back if Not Satisfied Circuit Court. Rachait Mann s. Joe Hurst ul ul Hull for possession of Fulton lots. W. W Meadow M. L. W. Burton Suit transferred from Fulton 1'ollt.. Court. Meadows sued Burtuu for board bill of IS2C5 and llurtou flkd a counter claim agulnst M willows fur w ut, etc , for 1112.48. lederul Ulscouhl Co. s. Mm. Fan ule Price Mrs. Prlco Is u Pulton milliner and the plaintiff bought two accepted drafts from the 81. Uut Jew dry Co, for $33 each and are su log for thutr payment. W. It Turner s. lllxo and Kufw. Jo,wory Suit for f 0o duuuiKtf. '! imiutiff alleges he u iinuUd utut June 3, ui4 boutuu by defendant that Itufus lAMery shot hint iu i Ho Is suing for daliiaiswt ut shoulder U0 aud 1 10. for doctor's bills. Real Estate. Ropur to J. K. Roper, la (ko ttrvat in laud, 1100. Joo A Ropur to J. K. lUir, IbUi ul iu Und, (SOO. Vu)uu Thomas vl ul to Mr. I4iu loU FuMuh, fBvu. I 1 Haguii t A. J. Walker, ktM on Troy Roud, JGiU and othur cmk.J craUuii. J It. Scott to Uo. M. Polro. lu ncro land, 12000. Alary IVmlck ot ul to Walter On-loU t lllckuuin, ITS. T (.' Nuwburry to Juo, llwird, "I tttn-land, flSOU. Juu Hi allium to I.. It. ItevtU, iit M Saturday night at the Lyric. W. A. lllnshnw went to Charleston, H Honda. Hlcfcmnn Courier and Conunercial Appeal 11.26. These Names Stand for Quality air S. L. Dodds la building u cottage the cotton gin. H S airs. T. A. Ledford won in Union City one day lut.t week. Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures Lyric Saturday NlghL Herbert Carr and Mutt Ay cm over Irani Fulton, Monday. Mere Shaker Bread The highest grade of Crenm Bread, received fresh every day. : H Robin Brand Canned Fruits and Vegetables and Package Cereals. Refrigerators that will keep Ice for 1 12. Ulcknian Furniture Co. Hickman Furniture ters or anything In furniture. Co., headquar- Boca Coffee Whole, Ground and Pulverized. Georgo Muscovolley, of Columbus, fwus here Wednesday on busluebS. Dos" brand. A good cheap roofing U our "Hull Reynolds-Mos- s ft Co. Belle of Ava BSM R.d. Don't forget we have the best line of matrosses. Hickman Furniture Co Edward lUce, eon of E. C. lUce, Is able to be up after a month's Illness. Ice Boxes and Refrigerators. St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sells It for The highest grade of Winter Wheat Flour known to the trade, and Lightning: SELF RISING FLOUR, which makes the very best of bread and cakes without the use of baking powder or buttermilk, thus' saving you from $2.50 to $4.00 on every barrel of flour you use. You can make no mistake in the purchase of any of these brands of goods, for we stand behind every package, and guarantee you absolute satisfaction or m. less." Miss Sudle Cox, of Paris, Tens., Is visiting Mrs. S. N. Sweeney, near town. Gordon lUce came over from Fulton Tuesday to attend K. A. Masonic meeting. Sam Goodstein, of St. Louis, spent Sunday and Monday with C H. Par-haand wife. Misses Llvy and Inez Tubb, of Alexander, Tenn., are the guests of Mrs. rultoi), U A 1 19b. Kruil t at to 1). M. WIImni. iuiu Kul lltokiuaH, fttV. W Meadow to 8. Cuba, M in lulton, iVJt. All the laUwt tUAfinzlmw at Fctlm & IrvnchV. Bu-lxm- your money refunded. Reception Room Furniture FurnUhluc Co. "1U it for l li." " urnUhlM J H. C J. L. Aiaberg. Master Guy Glbbs, of East Prairie, la visiting his grandparents, XL 1L Kirk and wife. Mrs. O. A. Townaend, visited Mrs. W. D. Hutchison, at Martin, Saturday and Sunday. Don't be surprised If we have some politics In Saturthat soft-pedday' convention. of al I ! Try Them SturKMin. SWtoa Ufl lat lM Mo, to vWt hotuu folka lth St. lxtula FroMUty C llarrott, funaral dlrrctor aud Jen huiuD lu Ellison Bros. Had Big Time. The colored population of Hickman were In tho height of their glory Tuesday, tho 8th, when they pulled off their annual emancipation colouration at Stubbs' park. Roughly estimating, thoro must have boeii from AN 3,000 to C.000 In attendance. though the crowd was large, ovory-thin- g wont off peaceably enough. Excursion rates on both railroads brought negroes from all sections, but they didn't swamp the local arrangement committee. On grounds In the park were 31 stands of ono kind aud another, and they had barbecued meats galore 15 bogs and 3C sheop. Added to this wcro about 16 loads of watermelons tho next bent Uilng outside of a henhouse. Tho day was ideal with tho exception of a shower alKHit G o'clock. After supper, most of tiitun took In the Keppler carnipretty val, und all managed to 'Well rid of their spare chango boforo adjournment. TT1 'rT'TT'l'l I I I I ombalmcr, Co, Mr tur af'i-r oounty, Tmu a vMl with her Imithwr, Tou. luuar Ml to-lu- y (u Ho no. Itrvul In Old Kentucky" high nt Marsaret flour, llottor thauothor l" "I i' Mrs. T. H. Puryear, of Thorpe, V. We need money and will enforce Va., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and the rule relative to the payment of Mrs. T. M. McAdoo. voter and light accounts. Pay be fore the 10th and aavo being cut off. Mrs. Fannie Whlted, of Dickson, Hickman Ico & Coal Co. Tenn., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. N. Sweeney, on route 3. Orvis Sullivan, of Sullivan DroB., who has been very Ul' for the past Mrs. 11. N. CowgUl, who has been two weeks with typhoid fever at hU on the sick list for several days, la home In Mayfleld, la reported a little reported as improving. bettor, but la not yet out of danger. Mr. and Mrs. Burley Whipple, of Mrs. F. M. Ilyan aud Miss Cleone Ballard county, are visiting his la- Weatherholt returned to Clovenort, ter, Mrs. IL H. Speight. Ky., Tuesday, after a ton days' visit Miss Bufle Bruer returned yester- here with Mrs. J. T. Stephens and day from a visit to friends in Howling other friends. Airs. Ilyan will reside with relatives In Cloverport. Green and Horse Cave, Ky. 'I1'!"! I " 'I "I "I" Teachers' Exam, Teacher' examination will Jxi hhl at the Court House in Hickman, Ah IS and 19 Tim ttxniiilnntlon for colored teach era will Xm hold August lb and 16 hut curtta no more. 1'ruthor. Wo lblluniorth Courier Want Column IIATKH-Oti nv plalu-- d Oonl per Word a 4 pr l Wrrk t ycMir suit for DOc, latllwi or plain aklru f0c Clean Uu; and pressing at raonabto price. Whito llro... phono 1VC. pra .. i i. t FOR SAI.K: Drood mares and milk Virginia Lutun, Supt. U cows. J. 11. Saunders . John Haskins, of Old Town, Ark., Juas Moore, the negro who killed came In Wednesday to spend a few "Dljunkus"ln tho bottom a few weeks days with Hickman friends. ago, 'was given a bearing before Judge and he There's only one tailor In Hickman over to the grand jury under a charge 138 for cleaning and pressof maiuJaughter. The bond for the ing. Schmidt, the Tailor. crime is $2500 but he was unable to make it and is In the county Jail. Fine farm, on Troy road, for sale at a bargain. Write or see IL E. Polk or M. D. Shaw. tf Naylor Monday, was bouud pone Cl-ae- gt W. F. Montgomery is spending the week at Dawson Springs. Last week ho visited homo, folks at Providence, Ky. Don't forget to renew your subscription to the Courier. The paper stops when tan time Is out no exceptions. I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. A. K. McConnell and family leave dnski I FOR SAI.K: Gentlu family horse. ltobt. Hicks, n substantial oKImh lp of the Cmtahflold neighborhood, was Apply at Jou illdley place. u onllor at this office yoHtttrday. Mr. c FOR HALK: Six thoroughbred Hicks saw coiiHldurabls mirvice lu the Jersey rigs. A. II. LeoU tfc Confederate army, being a inemlmr IX)ST: 1'laln gold band brucelot. of Co. I, 7Ui Ky. rMgluiHitt Tlumo Howard If retunied to thin office, lp who served lu the mine cuiuiniuy ami are now living are J. A. StuhUx, W. FOR SALE Good saddle ami - C. L. Rose, Hlvkniau, T. i'arham, and Ilou Wilson, t llh'khorseiimn; riot Johnson and Joe CaiuiilxiU, 'Jp Itoute 4. of Caycu; Tom Hteplii-UM- , of Wlngo, FOR SALE: A loft cholco lots Iu. and Carr Coleman, of Cottngo Gne, Itoguru Addition. For particulars In- - Tenn. aire at this office. Illckumn IhipllHt Church, Sunday, FOR SALE: 1 team work mule, Aug. 13: Sunday School ul 10 ii. in. ono safo buggy mare, 1! No. 1 milk I'rouchlng nt 11 o'uloo. Evening ) cows; also Littleton sed wheat aud vices at .8 o'ulock. We extend a old corn. W. 11. McOhce, route 4. Invltnthm to idl. Spurgcoa Win-gpastor. FOR SALE: 117 acres land, two miles uorthwent of Jordan, 100 acres lu cultivation, well Improved. Tcriiui to suit purchaser. W. C. 8owoll, 113, Hickman. 4p Du-robur-iiChor-di- al Chas. MeWr, of New Madrid, Mu to making hU firat vlnlt hre lu Mrt ml yfam. 11m formerly run a butch er nhop httro and lui iimuy frlttuds In lllukimui. A. (1. TIim OUh 'Hilly, u ntfgm Uty, hum hit b Klmhro's aulo Tiittwlity nflr iumjii, und oouatdtiruhly bu ritual up cur hit tho iihkiu hard uhourIi io ilHinollidi ono of ita heavy bmw lamii. Rv. C. L I'rlco, of FlorMiie. Ala . fonnor ret tor of tho HMplseopal chutvl of IhlH olty, la tho guuxt of lllckmitii rioudH. Rev. I'rico o1hhtvh tliat Hk'luunii has oxperIuuciI coiihIiUt able grouUi sllicy ho was tatlouel here. j L. Carter, a brother to or Fulton, died at hi lioniv ueox Clinton, Monday. Decnased ai Instrumental In getting his brotht-- i Le rnmovetl from tliu Jail In tin dly, where hu wua being huld on a murder charge, to Fadiieali. Jnuuti I have Boine also some city property. Call and home. Mr. McConnell has purchased leet ua show you what we havo. B. n 40 acre farm near that city for which ho paid 300 an acre. Wo are G. HALE. indeed sorry to lose them as citizens W. A. Dodds, the handsome and ac- of this section. No better folks over complished lumber man, expects to lived than these. set moved into now offlco quarters L. A. Wolverton, of Nashville, an next week. oxpjil horsesboer und blacksmith, Is Paul Blakcmore, of Kennett, Mo., now employed in It. L. Cray's shop. ws here first of the week to seo hU Ho will move his family to Uila city sister, Mrs. Wess Adams, wflio has in u few days. be-ivery sick. Lewis Wisdom, colored, brought In Misses' Cora and Mary White Ber- yesterday the first open bolls of cotry, two charming young ladles of ton we havo seen this year. It was "Woodland, are guests of Miss Myrtle raised on tho farm of W. J. Harper, east of town. iWalker this week. Clma. Driver has returned from II. L. Curlln, of Woodland Mills, Ark., whore he and his wife several wrecks of typhoid fever, suffered a relapse this spent the summor with relatives. Mrs. week and has been very ill. Dnvir will get homo about tho latter part of tho month. Tho Kentucky Farmera Tobacco Save from SI to $2 a thousand on (Co. has fixed up elegant office quart- : era over lUce's store. The office la your Qlfiglea by buying direct from M1.- -C. M. Yfttas MilMli Oa, fa charge at CapU C. IL Decter. (who has been sick next Tuesday, for ltoswell, N. M., bottom land for sale, where they will make their future DIDNT. We don't think there la any need n wiptv n liitii " jjilr Ih.ipui.M ! 4l.. Lot Schmidt, tho Tailor, do your "' """' lrli.tendnf race. That cleaning and prosalng. Phone 138. I I01'",1 trumped up merely as a po nio wife of W. M. Green, living C lltlcal prize an old gag, wltli wlilsk-er- r Unit's got Joo Jackson skinned miles west of lultou on Stato Line road, died Thursday after a long Ill- n ixuinlry block. ness of cancer. She was only 20 Mrs. A. M. Dollow was tho rvcii-loyears old and was a slater of M. F. of a birthday dinner given by and Leslie DeMyer of Fulton. her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Helm, Mon Dob Flanutgau shot another negro day evening, In her protty homo on Tho lu tho kg In West Hickman Tues Wellington stroeL day. Tho wounded negro was a menu was u triumph for the young atranger and wo did not learn his housekeeper's skill. Around tho wcro Boated eight of Mrs. name, but ho was ahjo to uso Uie re friendB of her youth, whoso turn stub on his excursion ticket. Witnesses say Flannlgnn was not to coming togother to celebrate such n peasant event wns one long to bo reblame. membered. Mrs. Helm proved a hos A. J. Wright, proprietor of the Hick pitable hostess, and deserved the man Harness Co., has rented tho high appreciation of those present. north half of tho lower floor of the At tho close of the dinner, nu appronow W. A. Dodds building, and will priate toast, reminiscent of their girlmove his harness shop about tho hood days together was proposed by first of tho month. This concern's Jilrs. Amborg. Tho gucsta wcro Mrs. business has grown to such an ex Drovard, Mra. Ialor, Mrs. Helm, Mrs. tent that it la necessary to havo inoro Wilson, Mrs. Fuqua, Mra. G. N. Helm room. and Mrs Ambers ir w nt o o Um1 officers wuro C4illcl tollroun vlllo Monday night, to quoll a dU turbauce nt Uie llruwnsvlllu church wliero a irotracted meeting Is In pro gross. Fred Klrkludall is said to have caused the trouble, hut Mas o r the TeuuoHseo Hue when Sheriff John kou got out there. Progressive Citizens. DoableJProtec&L Flro departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot bt relied upon always. Although they may put out tho fire, water may do at much damage as the fire. Flro Insurance protects you against tho loss by flro as well a tho loss by water damage. A flro Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. Wc only such companies. rep-rese- R. T. TYLER, Agent In fact everyone those days, seek to savo time and tho tolophono U tho greatest tlmcsaver that baa ever been Invented. It Is Instantaneous. Vou can sond and receive your mes-sag- o at tho aamo time. It brings dis tant cities and towns within your reach almost Instantly. It connects you locally with ovoryono of promt-noncIf you havo not a tolophono of tho Cumberland Telephone ft Telo-grap-h Company, call our manager Immediately for rates and information. If you uso tho Doll service you aro In the center of tho entire Boll sys tern, connecting with over flvo million tolophonca and overy imporatnt city and town In the United States. Cumberland Telephone A, Telearanl Company, Iweereertest. atf - v iMtMf"l"f ''T"l"'"t"""(l"f"'Hf,f "'f''f "I' THE BEST Compounding Prescriptions is expert Work. Only n trained pharmacist enn prepare medicine properly. The properly trained druggist is not n common laborer, or even n skilled laborer merely, lie belongs to n highly honored profession, which works together with the profession of medicine. Permit us' to prepare your doctor's &.ftfcr--4 I Helm & Ellison MIDSUMMER VACATION TO Mammoth Cave Wednesday, Aug. 16th Round Trip from McKENZIE nnd Wny Stations REGULAR TRAINS $3.90 445 P. M. All expenses at hotel only $6.50. This includes your board and admission to the several routes in the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance. A GRAND THREE DAYS OUTING Write or phone Lf(N, Ticket Agent at N. E. McKcnzic H ,Tr til . St. Matthew Is supposed to havo M"M"M"M"M .t.i...."M' suffered martyrdom or was slain with Quality ; Our Motto a sword at tho city of Ethiopia. Saturday Night Tho Lyric. St. Mark was dragged through tho streets of Alexandria, in Egypt till ho Sheet Music at Fetho & French's. expired. St. Luko was bunged upon an ollvo J. T. Dillon was In Fulton Friday. treo In Greece T. T. Sullivan was In MayfJeld SunSt. John was put into a caldron of day. tolling oil at Rome, and escaped H. n. Johnson was In Dyorsburg, death. Ho afterwards died a natural death at Ephcsus In Asia. Sunday. St. James tho Qreat was beheaded All tho loading magazines at Fotha at Jerusalem. ' Si French's. St. James tho Less was thrown We earnestly solicit a part of from u plnnaclo or wing of tho temJohn and Ed Adams spent Sunday ple, Your Business. and then benton to death with. at Tlptonvlllo. fuller's club. St. Phillip was banged up against Swnyno Walker returned to Craig's it pillar at Hlerapolls, a city of Phry- I.niicll lie Sunday. gia. K. C. Johnson spent Sunday evenSt, Bartholomew was flayed allvo ing In Iyornbiirj;. by tho command of a barharlous king St. Andrew was bound to a cross, W. J. Ivtguu HM(iit Sunday wlUi hla mhenco ho preached to Uio people rnmlly In Hickman. till he expired, Mnrgnrot Flour, none better. St. Andre was run through tho body (With a lance at Caromnudel In the & PraUior. East Indies. Deo H(Id nnd Will Carjentor spent St. Jude was shot to death with Sunday Ju Tltonvlll.i. arrows. The House of Quality St. Simon Zealot was crucified in For a neat Job of undertaking Persia. lllcktnnn Furniture Co. St. Matthias was first stoned, then Claude Haiuby 1m very siok nt hla beheaded. homo In Went lllckliiaii. St. Uarnnhas was stoned to death Miss Luollo Ilondurant visited rein-U- by tho Jews at Sal ah la. St. 111111 van beheaded nt Homo by In Union City hint week. the tyrant Nero. Ex. M. K. I.awronco, of East IValrio, vm here on business Saturday. When the biiliv la Riiffnrlnir fhn Dab tike's Cream Ilrcad received double affllotion of hot weather and bowel disorders, Uio remedy needed dally at Mntheny Bros. & Plant. k McGEE'S DADY ELIXIR. It reVat CarjK)ier Is very lit of typhoid duces tho feverish condition, corrects (he stomach and checks looseness of fiAer at hlri lioiiio on Troy avenue. the bowels. Prlco 25c, DOc per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 A Guarantee Goes with Every Article MIhh Molllo Uourno left for her lioino In Union City Saturday night. Sold by Mrs. An uio Ellison and daughter. Miss Hffle llruer retumed Saturday Miss Maltle, and grandchildren, Miss from a two ueek's visit in Green- - es Elizabeth and Annie Ellison, left f If 1.1. Friday for Atlanta, Ga., to visit her Mlhsen Mayuio and Kthol Nnylorvls- - sister, Mrs. Kato Iiassett and daughiU-Fulton rulatlvea and friends this ter, Mrs. Uello Muse, and family. uvuk. If you sit in a cool draft when you Wo have some now things In furnre heated and get a stiff neck or niture this season. Hickman Furni- lame back, you will be looking for ture Co. Komethlng Uiat will ease the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW Don't forgot to pay your water and LINIMENT and don't bo talked out light account on or before the 10th of of it because it Is the best pain relieving linlmontyou can get auyw here. the mouth. Special Notice. Residence For Sale. Price 25c, COc and $1.00 por bottle. C Mrs. Lizzie Foulkea. of CaruUiora- - Sold by Hickman Drug Co. ville, Is tho guest of Mrs. Florence FOR SALE: Tho Mrs. Delia CarMy son, Honry Roan, who is under 1'uria and family. Former United States Senator Ed21 years of age, bos left my homo penter residence in the Honry AddiMrs. A. A. Faris and daughter, My-r- ward Murphy of Troy, N. Y died at and I hereby notify all persons who tion. House Is practically new, has have returned from a visit to -- el- hla summer homo at Elboron, N. J., may employ him that I Ehall collect four rooms, good garden fenced, cisFriday as tho result of an operearly olives at New Madrid. by legal process any money Uiat may tern, four outbuildings, etc. Lot Is ation which ho underwent two weeks Unfortunately owner must Miss Lou Uarry. of Now Madrid, ago for an enlarged abdominal gland. be duo for his hire. I also hereby 50x160. glvo notice that I shall not be re- sell. This can be bought at a barvisiting Mrs. T. A. Ledford and Mr. Murphy was 7C years old. is sponsible for any debts he may con gain less than Uio house cost. If other Hickman friends. Augl7 jou havo $400 idle cash and are pay tract. J. J. Rone. ing rent, you had better Investigate. Miss Myrtle Walker spent a few dh ParUculars at Courier office. dnys Inst week with the Misses Hor Getting the Facts. ry, at Woodland Mills. On the Streets Heard Fate of the Apostles. I I I H H H I I I H H H. E. CURLIN I H H H I I H H. E. CURLIN I I a, J 'a ah t f" i . tit T"i K M ci r IlL Tl LI MliriV HUH ail' ;v (i'. st M ,1 ST HI HIIlT unt n coin nmr itst II i ji.r k r.ir triimr. it snTiun mr f 11 l! U .. llirKUiN 1 RANK AND TRUST CO r ,S ..rnnnnnmviijnia XZ trill J U UUU I Joe Hewitt, of Curbondalo. Ills., The Lorimer Investigation, has beFinal Settlement. wuh hero last week, tho guest of Mr. come n hugo Joko. Hero Is about tho and Mrs. W. II. Uallzer. City Taxes are now due. The pen- wuy the average examination looks ai'v goes on Sept. 1st. BeUer pay W. A. Johnston uUended the wed to tho public. All persons or firms holding claims now and save extra costs. Tom Dilding of IiIb sister. MIh Lillian John- Q. Do you know Mr. Lorimer, Gen lon, Collector. against the estato of Robt. II. Speight ston, lit Ripley, last Thursday. deceased, are hereby notified that eral? A. No sir. said claims must bo presented to me Mrs. Witis Adams has been very Blck Havo you aver known him? When you yawn a good deal In Uio In proper form on or beforo October week. She has been lu for the pat daytime, feel dull, achoy and want to 1, 1911, or be forevor barred. Claims No sir. bad health for several months. stretch frequently it is an unmistak- may bo mailed to me at Bandana, Would you liko to know hlni? able sympton of malaria, and unless MIhh llonnle Carpenter returned No sir. you do something at once you are Ky. II. H. WHIPPLE, Administratwhere she Friday from Hlpley, Did you over hoar It said that Co- booked for a spell of chills. HER- or. wedding. lumbus discovered Uio world? tho JobiiKtou-Duuca. OINE Is a chill medicine that will pro vent or cure tho disease. It drives No sir. Mrs. A. M. Shaw and family, of out the Impurities on which tho maMeet your friends at tho Lyric SatDo you know it it is or Is not a larial germ thrives, strengthens, Uio State Line, have been visiting J. It. Tact that Gual was divided luto throe tlver and cleanses the bowels. Prlco urday night. Good pictures at Urown and family for the past week. prices. 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. G parts? Miss Lizzie Amberg returned SatNo sir. urday from a three week's visit to Did you ever hear that Pouipoy was dead? hor Bister, Mrs. Guy Robblns, lu il u May-fiel- Gity Taxes Now Due. Mrs. W. O. McMillan nud daughter and Miss Dora Cuvltt returned Friday from a fow days' stay at Dawvou Springs. No sir. Do you know Casey Jones? No sir. Did you evor hear it Intimated that -- it takes nine tailors to make u man? No sir. Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT The paint 2. is small part of the cost. It's the paintbe- ing that counts. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, cause it's made better. If you use De Sota Paint Do you know Papa, Papa, If you It has been discovered thnt beer cau be made from vabbago leaves. want to flirt, hero comes Mubel In u Now watch'eui cut the alalfa aereago hobble skirt, tied at tho bottom and tied at tho top, and she looks like u down here. wieno in a butchor shop? The voters or Mlsaourl have-voteNo sir. million dollar bond a three nnd Did you over hear Uiat Jack and Issuo to build a now Statu Capitol Jill went up tho hill? that was burned. No sir. Do you know Mr. I lines? CharleB Uarnes, of Wlekllffo. was No sir. Sunday Uio guest tvf his aunts, hero Have you over heard it said Uiat Mesdames J. It. Urown, W. J. Harper Uiero was a crooked man, and ho nud 11. It. Uurnott. walked a crooked mile, and he found Miss Clara Hart, of Wickliffe, was a crooked sixpence beside a crooked tho guest of MeMlauics W. J. Har- Btilo? per, It. II. Uurnett and J. It. Urown No sir. Do you know who Ullllkon Is? nud families Sunday. d Nashville ovun- N. C. & St. L. Railway Friday, Aug. 8th 1 TO- $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, 1911. 1 will rememyou Set the best results at least cost. You forgotten the ber the high quality long after you have free. cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give it n trial. Wo ls carry Oils and Varnishes No sir. Why pay $1 to have your water Do you know if ho is tho man who lights cut back on, when you and otolo Uio spongo cako at Omaha? can save this by paying your account No sir. beforo tho 10th of tho month? Now, General, wo want you to think Tho RopubllcanB won't allow Gub a llttlo harder than you have been Wilson to toko the stump, but hla ad- thinking. Do you know anything? No sir. ministration speaks for him neverThat will do. (Applauso on ho theless and notwithstanding, to tho Lorimer aldo.) great good of tho Democratic party. See R. B. JOHNSON, Agent. ; ; - : ; : MMMMUMWWWlAlirtftii!lii A Monkey Wrench and : : : : . 2 The Courier's Weekly Sermon S, X - ltjr 1'AHTult Itl MSKIX -- 4" fi Ky. Lump Goal Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this place at much less than It Is worth. It can be had wltii buildings, stock, farming Implements and poultry already on It. ' ' : : : : THE ALL-SEEI- NG EYE. : ' - ; ; ; and Much Language are not a sufficient equipment to repair a break in your plumbing. Don't attempt to fix it if a break occurs in yours.. You'll only make it worse. Send an emergency call to us and we'll be on the job in a jiffy and put your plumbing in order at once. Make a note of our phone number. i ; A Much Needed Lesson in an Unorthodox 4.50 4-tin 'in n S1 : ; - : - Setting, ORTHODOXY? ; ; ; I Let me save you money on your coal. BUT WHAT IS STEVE PHONES STAHR BOTH IhiiIi Pastor Russell Again Presents Bible Teachings In a New Light. : : : : . rather nnd mother, . thnt iiHluri' It pltlletM, unnymiwlhelh'-eruel- . : : : ; ; Hrooklyn. AiigtHt- . N. YM tin Kiimiiier no UN on TnlxT-unclHnxiklyn wnn crowd-t- l t'Klny I'nHtor e : : : ; Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. LOOK OF : : : of nnture nnd Thut fit tils 111 n rhatiro tHkiN the plm-- of fiilth In the CI.hI .if the lllble. who dMlH In heaven Ikwo IntoIllKiHiee-n- nd jniwer ox nnd lend thniuetHMit the ttulrorfle. In Ihou Mtndt of whjh of which wo nro only iPHn.liiK-throu- gh radio lie tlvltj. etc. iMtmet niiKi'lk moiweiicwr that can itmn nnd g llk the wIihI eliH-trlelt- cl Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good 36 and the other 32 feet, with aheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the placo In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a halo of cotton per acre, also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live stock and about 200 chlokens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with place. All under good American wlro fence, but outside Is a range of 5,000 aores for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. bams, one Both Phonos Mo. 73 lMMMMMVWjWfrn AVOID CROWDING A. M. TYLER w (Great Attorney-nt-Ln- Mistakes to Litter Up Hall With Furniture Have Only tho Essentials. und Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. TTlolmivii, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis . KELLY SMITh JIttorney'at'Law Clinton, Kentucky fits to CMstUnltt. Ont'Unth of U In the hnll that is scarcely larger entry Tory little furnlturo Is posstblo, and thon only tho moat essential, such as a sotUe or seat, n iSmall stand, on umbrella Jar and a mirror Pictures will make tho small 'hall seem oven more contracted and 'should bo avoided. In proportion as tho hnll spaco Is larger pictures may bo addod, as woll as more and larger a commodious table or (furniture; 'low-boy," with drawers for gloves, brushes, otc, will take the place of 'the small stand, while, before these ineccssary articles found aocommoda. Itlens In a sottlo whose seat lifted (up on cxcellont space-savin-g device. A looking glass, howover simple. Is ,a greatly appreciated bit of furnishing, while a specially handsome glass doos much to decorate the walls, A. pottery umbrella Jar of agreeable ,color and simple form Is bettor than e arrangement for umbreltho las connected with the hat racy (Ladies' Home Journal. Ithan an old-tim- iw$L 1 The Mark on 1 IwifjA jfyk a Silverware plated forks, pikxhi v. Vw ' w ftAmjl dowdcU I I m trla tii tha rtv mark. ROGERS dUUntfuiili W BR0S.S '"lTtrTlK'r, MnlforrsUlc;u "0-U- jtxZSL W Jy$zs III ftllllft h ' II V RSr ItU gHpL till Rrthla invknnljriin.on tfia original w are niAle ltcri, arul flmt y In 1M7 lumirs tril 1 ln Quality, "' Ul fliiinh ami itaUrn. 8"M Skirt Draperies. In tho Introduction of now tunio (outlines fashion goes a stop further and ovon introduces drapery. Thus many of the modoto have a now and refreshing aspcot Scarf drnporiee aro particularly Ono point of spoclal Interest inxnong tho many scarflike draperloa for skirtB la the application of the scarf In tho form of a train. The train lis in reality only a rcorf suspended at tono sldo of the robe. Bccauso of its narrow width and igroat longth, provision is mode for ly carrying tho train. Thus, It Is thrown over ono arm. or is hold by a loop through which ono of tho Angers may pass. It Is not exported 'to troll out behind tho skirt, but rath-jo- r is a graceful accessory, adding charm to tho movements of tho carc-llcss- l'UKell tiwik for text the wortl of llu l'nitiot tnld, "Wlillhcr nhnll I Hit from iriwiro? If E JAMOK k'U5SUt)J Thy cml up Into n litnvi'ii. Thou art thorr; If I ninko my lxil In tiell, behold. Thou nrt llinre" IVnlia chjIt. 7. 8). Wi quote. The Kvoltitlon theory and Higher Criticism of the Hllile have today unlK'Uef to such on extent that everything Intangible H doubted. Beginning with the college professor and the majority of tho educated inlnlstcm hus uiubmced tho this Hkeiitlrl.Hin vritjlthy. who nre nntlntiil wltii tho Mowings of prosperity. Their present attitude U ono of doubt respecting ever thing ronncctcd with Uio Bible. They well know that outside tho Bible there Is nothing but gtie work, and they prefer thulr own gucne to those of other ieopla Very many of them spoak candidly nnd tell Hint they nre agnostics, tliat Uioy aro uncertain and would like to to Informed respecting tho future. A very stmllnr condl tiou growltigly prevails nmongst tho poorer cImwh .'! tho unelucatrd. Ths World's Need a Cod. Tho effect of .nil tills Iom of faith In nn Almighty Owl Is seen on every hand and Is felt by mnny. One of tho cuiiscueiircsi Is tlint tho religious element of tnnn's nnture is becoming numb nnd the mnsos, rich nnd poor, aro seeking n sutHtltutu In pleasure, ns the Apostlc'M words foretold, they nro "lovers of pleasure more than lovers of God." Additionally, mnny of tho wealthy enrry on n kind of brlgnmlngo along commerrlnl lines. Ieslrous of Imitating them, but unnble so to do, others nre filling the world with to nn extent Hint is nlnrmlng to everylMxly. Were It not for our elnb orate nnd costly pnllro protection life nnd proterty would Ihj for less sectiro In ellll7il Innds thnn omnngHt the henthen With nil tho protection afforded !y telephone, (elegrnph, police, etc., our ofllrluls tell us that thuy nre often bowlldensl In their nttomptf to preoervo Inw nnd order. Many learned men liellove thnt Uiero is no other Cod thnn nnture, nnd tunny of the unlonrned nre following their l"nl T'-"-1 reason thnt nnture served IiIm 1 fos-torvlo-lenr- e Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depot Its. No better soil under the sun. Placo will stand any kind of Investi (lod of the Ulh Iwt d liin:ely by tbu tuWruprtitiiiutallou ly gallon you may care to make. many clergy""'" "'"' rtdlglwit hwdcra This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, of the IIIMe' touching. Our text, for luttancu. It Hilpu4tl to lunch thnt CI.nI but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a good It In hoiivcti with tho Mltitly. nJolc If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good In I In crop every year. nihI III! lie at lug ulth IIh-holl with tho iiHaalntly. ItMiklHff iihi vestment. It will pay you to buy this place. their KtilTerlttjjw rim) torturot aitd Mn iiIhk with dorIN for llidr ovortaHtliig Thinking niliMlt nro n jecllug Milch uoHMOHtio. but nkt. thev nn rojecttng tho initio. to. Imvluic no fiHiiMlHlhm for n Udter. truer fund. Is This VI. w Unorthodox I Tho onl orlhixlnr MmtMNt Vumvl In doctrine" I ndmlt iImI my promt tatltNi M not the ordhMry oho-- IkiI I U the true claim tltat II It dfH'trliio of tho Word f Oml Then II ( tbnt U tirthUr In Ike Utahe-ovnM term; awl ovarytblNg t Iku cmitrsiry. Itng HNtl In (ltl't Wont, miint h of faith In the tMeii noetiinplUli (llelrt-ew- t I. 7. I ll Hut the umleruiliiluK The Hickman Courier (rrilt d The Everything You Want Grocery unortlHMlttx What tlirttieMtttmi need today it n return to ihc initio, an InrofMliiatltHt of It imcblngN ami a rojwlltm of all buiiMii rrxik which are admlltedly iHor rh ltfoetlv. h aceri tho llllilo at tbo only standard. Tko mstot known at OtirMewliMu aro nn rhrlttlNH In overy it of ttte tnl The) aro civilised iHMlhoA The fault tkt btrRoly wllh wany ef lite clergy It It i Into iltat all who ntilly itWttw In the Itlltlf. who toOove Iltat Jhhh loft tho ghtry of tbo lathr ami gate Ii mow Flrtk Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, ".unrnntccd to please. Fresh Vegetables of nil kinds. Full line of Hcinz's, 57 vnrictics. llfo. tltH (irnvklltiK tho rcdotHpilvo prlci for at! moti ImhiII pniclalm tlMto fact clonrly. ttltloly Thoy ntHinld declnrc. as do the Bcrllilnrot. tho Hoc ond (!omlng of tho Itedciwtir and ttte ottnbllthmont of IIH Klnploni In lilt Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal nttcntion. vine Power for the putting down of tin nnd tho lifting up of mankind to glo riout prlvlleget of rottltutlon, with a Jutt pnnlty ngnlntt every form of Rln. nnd tho Hceond Death ns thx for wilful, persistent dbtoUtll once. Il MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 7 "IN A BAD WAY" Many a Hickman Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information. When your book glvi out; ) lama, wouk or aching; Whoa urinary trouble t In, Your kidneys nro "In a bnd wny " IKtn't delny uso Dckiu'h Kidney Pills. Hero la i;ood orldunco of Utelr IW-oiiKt- HICKMAN MARBLE 'Hiii-o-Jw- WORKS - KSTMll.lHIIKI- If Prop. i1rornrl 5. TOM DILLON, Sr.f to II. (I. llAtiiiiinirr. -. vr-- i Marble and Granite Vm livrt ! l,r I'wUn 811k I I I LY SB Mill 111 I I . Utllll v I' ! ' III Hmwlojc ll deaiitn. Somo foaclnatlng new shirred silk land BfiUn pursen havo frames about and 8atln Purses. JtKiimr. I VWV VW ' ff III ' YSN III lUr..U..llli. CkiMniMtt,) MttUtm, Uona. U .compartmonts for various purposes. Ono stylo has two Inner puraos, each tho ono of which tokos up ono-halength of the wholo purse, besides two outsldo pockots. lf And aro hardly moro than threo inches deep. They aro Intended to carry In tho hand and, small oj Uioy aro, havo as long ns that of tho ordinary bag SAVED FROM AN OPERATION Monuments CURBINC, STONK WcjRK OK ALL KINDS, IRON FKNCINC. Hickman, - worUi. J. J. Style. Tho nowent sashes havo their long ionds, or even tho ono end when thoro -- ASK FOR RATES- is but one, gnthercd Into a plaquo or By Lydia E. Pinkham's a pllablo bended or ombroldored motif Vegetable Compound as a finish. This is only n rovlval of W. J. McMURRY Peoria, 111. "I wish to let overy ono Attorney-at-Latho moilo of the twelfth or thirteenth know wliat Lydia 11 Plnkhain's remo- century, when the lonthcr bolt was uiea navu uono for Office la Davis Building on corner. finished at tho end by bolng run mo. For two yeara Hickman, Ky. through a bucklo llko tho ono which I Buffered. Tho doctors said I had tufnstened It nt tho waist. mors, and tho only DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. remedy was tho surDentist geon's knlfo. ily Turnip seed In bulk for fall Row mother bought mu De.vldton'a old stand. Thone No. 2. ing JiiBt received. Bottcrswortli & Lydia :. Pinkham's Ky. Hickman, Pxntlior. Voro table Compound, and today I nm a healthy woAnts Plague English District HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. man. For monthi An extraordinary plaguo of ants Is 1 HtilTored from in. Funeral Director and Embalmera. causing alarm ln tho Durham, Eng-- j ilammat!on,and yourSanatl vo Wash ru-iuv;ii mu. J mu I !... Villi.. land, colli ory villago of Ilyhopo. Ono! llitifikil tnn "V...a J.IVUT 1'IIIS II.1VU 110 Fttoaa 20, day or night. hundred and twenty minors' housosi equal as a cathartic. Any ono wishing-jirooKy. Hickman, of what nro infested with myriads of tho pests,, dono for mo can your medicines havo which swarm in tho living rooms, cann- gist or hy writinirnot It from any drugto mo. You can mo ing soriouB discomfort and damago.i my lesiiinoniai in nny way you wish, THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Tho ants spread rapidly, and swarm, and I will bo glad to answer fetters." Everything In Photography about tho cupboards and on tho food Mrs. Christina Uukd, 105 iloundSt. Style, Quality and Frlcea Right In the housos. Thoy nro of a foreign) l'eoria, 111. species, and wero brought to tho vlll-- i Next to Price Houso Another Opnrntlon Avoided. ago in consignments of Egyptian hay., Now Orleans, La. "For years I sufTho colliery owners havo engaged cx-- l fered from sovero female troubles. perts to cxtonnlnnto tho pests. The' Finally L was confined to my lied and W. F. MONTGOMERY infested houses aro dealt with ln turn,! tho doctor said an oiwrntlon was ncccs. Undertaker the ants being dug out ln colonies and) harv. I gave Lydia K. Pinkham's Compound a trial first, and thlr nests destroyed. and drivers furnlahed on Hearse was saved from an operation." Mrs. short notice. .Lirv Pkykou-Y- , 1111 Kcrlerec St, Now Orleans, La. Go carts, hammocks and porch Tho great volume of unsolicited tes. swings. St. Louis Furnishing Co. WOODLAWN DAIRY timony constantly pouring In proves "sells It for Ims." Proprieto' A. H. Leet, conclusively that Lydia E. I'inkham'a "Vegetable Compound Is a remarkable Schmidt, tho Tailor. Beware of comedy for thoso distressing foininlno dairy In Tie only Imitations. ills from which so many womou suHcr. Business Directory A New-Ol- d Ky., san: "I suffered severe ly from backache, particularly if I stooped, nnd at night I could not on account of tho pain in my loin longed to got rid of the trouble, but was umiblo to do m until I used Doan'a Kidney Pills. In n short 4inn this remttly entlroly rullovoi) me of tho nnuoylng bnokacho." (Htnteiiunt given In July, 1903.) t Owon, 113 K. NorUi St., Mil-fiel- w Kentucky Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY J.J.O. HONrilUtA.NT OKO.II. TII Itr.l.KKUl IIKNIIV HANIIKK IHItKOTOUH II. M. IHI.KK II. CONFIRMED PROOF. On May 14th 1007, Mr. Owen was f Interviewed and sold: "What I Btat-cthrough our Mn) field new'spaporn in Uie eunimer of 1003 about Dam's Kidney Pills still holds good. During Alio four years whlcli luno since ulnpsctl thoro hem boon nit recurrence f my trouble nnd In vlow of this f . I again highly recommend Dean's Kid noy Pills to othor kidney nufforora. For salo by all dealors. Price COc. Foster-MllburCo., Duffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doau's and take no other. u-t- d Iir.J.M. T. IAVIH IIUIIIIAItli t. a. t.i'immit We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd offer our depositors the most libcrnl treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. O. IIONI)irilANT. II. O HAM Am:, AM't Ciwlilor J. A. TIIOMPHON. Cashier Itov. Slmitwin Weaver, ago SS, nt tho homo nf his daughter. .Mrs. Will Wnggonor, nt Fulton, Saturday morning. Ho luid boon a member of tho Methodist conference died o Xj33.V7-:I3 a half century, nnd was probably oldewt minister in tills section. Fruit Jan at Bottomworth or's. & for moro thnn, (ho LAUNDRY -- AT- 46......44,, I'llone 4 FRESH MEATS! $ o. acx. Ti"y Our ivtoorua ,,,,, i Veg-oLil)- Io lraUi Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Kllluoii. l'uro druga, rooHonahlo prices. Tako that prescription to Holm &. quick Borvlco, i I X GROCERIES Phone 4 33 33ST 1 te C. H. Moore 1 Let us flRuro on that bill of lum her. Iloynolds Maaa tc Co., In corpora tod. VMt Bros., pUom 1M. iSXXra u