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Twenty yiM nun, tlila pnpnr rout M y I'll r No limn U Iimi poor to niH'iiil this niimunl for n juipor tlmt nil tln roil lily mill 11 OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when yonr time li out. we dont In forcing n on nnjone. f you do not want to mlai a copy, keep the tuhicrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of explrn-tli- n klven liere 15 days abeod with 1 ilr THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, II T DiivlH . W. 11. Ambon?. J W. Itonvy. Mr. DoddR oiid n number of others mrulo Rood tnlka nnd worn honrtlly 1911 THEN ANOTHER Number 9 A Blue Mark ROLLERS PUT UNDER MOTT AYERS CROWD. FIRST ONE AND 4ard- Semi-Annu- al Statement of the IScc Defeat nnd Mnkc Mn9ly Exit During Confusion Created applauded. From thin jiinctiiro tho for that Purpose. Uodcls Made Chairman and Elliott convention wan nn hnrmonloua nil Secretary of Convention. Resolutions Adopted; one could wUh. Favor Extension of County Unit, Etc. Tho following resolutions woro adoitd: flic IVnxxmtH of In Hickman Building and Loan Association.... HICKMAN, KY. For term ending August 1st, 1911. To To To To premiums for term $1,086.50 int. for term 2,318.35 fees for term 42 50 fines for term 2,60 By expense $ 272.00 By gains 3,177.95 S3.449.95 ASSETS Loans in force Cash in treasury . fltM i ii (oiixMiUou Ftilttm county lllukmnu, Hat- - l.iy wuh hot Mtuff. Tli" jmiiMiKf of Uie convention was tt) niteiid the plat- t i until' f rin convention at UmttnHI. Tuea. i'iv Mllionich notice of the HWnrtlwi hi Ute county Riv n by no lu- Courier, and wh x it ended l I dH.-gate j v nar i - if Muurday. which to iitttiiiHy a InwI for K'KIih; buiitnttt mm out. the nUoii wwa euHy JttO atroHll. and n prewniutWH from every pre- ' in (h county. I abort. It wa a fight ltwen Vytrii crowd hwI the vUra of outtty Th former wr, mhn ;v BUi"irliwI wttrtt Mtey arrived IN li Kiian nnd eaw the layoMt. and 1 uru(M' il wre Iwld In Judge T J office Tkejr haw at a V' that a Minn roNTMMtlow cmM i it Ik hold and that tlwJr ptti tu iiIhiuI five l OH. with xnm I.MlUol OK'nufM tU IxAilMnl of the (feet any 'hunt !mo;!- - failed to ipromb'. mid H ww evident the lit Ui i ' ham up - Folk, who hod hereto- - atoud for on contrary Saturday ml of prnmle wnwkl not Mill 'I tr.rtiM.il utdiTM, and H wws de- J xl that tin only aUertwUve wwa 'Hh plenty of i 'i ii if a tjir meeting nnotiur. wr oWlkl bUHfloaf- U f.KT. l fil , 1 at 2 oelook. "lllekhMH' g mHed to or- ili.' liy County Clwlruxui Aym. II I'M'tl tile ptlrtMNH Of Ul. IMtoltlR. I mptiy r u uuw-Un- lr nihiifd nI iImm itll Ht Im niorntln - ffllHit dropMl ntMvi- li- 'y lltat in'!.- ffttKodf of tlii recent imry IU'fon Mr AynrH ' ml m on Time HmMJi. of Pultun. floor null vthHivMAHli, soft mui ycra llarnion) 8ootliln Syrup lul Uni1. tiling In onlor nftar the 4lit oonvwitioii wiih Die rwreuiint to v ill of tho State of th ohalnimn, but SmWi Ifctiiioflrtitle Hxecutlvo Commlttt'O, we priMMtinliMl, out of onlcr. with u lntj-th- tlfe dmiiocrntlc votora of Pulton Counudilrvttrt wMch wih hotnl would ty In convention nHtwinbled for the jtoudi th nynipathy of noim of the jtuirpow of electtni? do(t;ntM to nt- opimwIUoii. Uut, Ui cllinux wtui roach jenii mo Htftto invention to lw hold il 'bn ! nfiiwkor uinlertook to In 'he city of AukukI 15th. Hit lieforp On" meeting n wtt of IUII for Uie purpose of adopting n HHd alMtut 10 tinmen of lhoe platform for tho guidance of the wahUnI by Uiawi for lfMntn. Cri iMniooratle I'arty and for the coiudd-emtloof "nk iIowh. htinii ti out of order" of tho t titers of Kentucky, i Hc cahh from the crowd being called to order by Chairman Mott followed ttuit Ayvra. (Ilowvvor before ami mi much the convent Smhli could not Ik) hrd. A fumblu Ion was a wet of resolution waa Huide by the clmlr by trylnK 'o wro offerxnl by II. T. Smith nnd were foroe a vote on that wt of rtnwilu-Uom- voted down by a largo majority.) The and morn oooMunmtlon wuh tho nntno of 8.L. IXxIda waa plaotnl mliwl to th rwiiu. SvirtnK the uttr lxforo tho convention for ponnanent 'hniiPleetintwM of nccoinphVhliiK ehnlrman, tliero being no other nomtn olutlnnnn ankwl a wtpern-tH- ination for permanent chairman Imj of tne xotlnK forewt, nnd wWIe tinnuuuoutdy elected. tlte tbiy wert In a Wt;uV(ir hub-buTlwn Uie eleotlon of a secretary Ayrn erowd made a Rwttiwny. When WW calll for nnd Sam Hlllott bolng order wrh rettorel, nnd tint crowd the only nnitto placed In nomination b to he was Hkwi atHl, onl' ok AyerH tium unanlmoimly elected. be finl a lone kocmiI. Tho following rexolutlona were then No bmilH tmviiifi been traiiMirt-fil- , adopted: orKniinwtlon perfwted. It waa no Ft rat; Resolved that we ondorao up to Uie ttO IKitnocrntH nwHmlilHl to slKit n ohiilniinii. Alty. Sani Hon. OIHe M. James our present con KIUoU vlnoed Mi tintu of B. I.. Im1iIh Kretmnn and commetid him for tho lifore UitMii for olwlriwin. with the manlier in which he lias no faithfully rtMiik thnt ho wtia tt;miilmouJy oloct- - performed lib duty a a member of a M?re- - th lower house of Coiu?re8 ed. HtlloU wnn then tmne- Ury. ami Hm retttiVnr IiuMfm Second; that we condom the pre-th- e AtK'xl Hnt Iteptibllcnn Adinlulatmtlon ChAlrtHAH Dorfdn wvia BiitlioriMxl to for the reckUuw oxixjudlture of Uio " Mledt hIh deWHter, Inaliullo; Sloto'H money. on to attend the IxmUvllUt Third; tlmt we recommend the vhUoh. T)m drtleKntnw ileoind wnre of Uio pronont County Unit am foltoww: Iaw to npply to ovory county In the a I. IVxIdn. Chiilriuan. Stnto mid Instruct the duhvuitea of Sam Mlllott. thta county to use all tliolr efforta Joe llrowdir and o(o for such a plank to he InJ (' Utwaflti. serted In tho platform to bo adopted IJ.1 Wllllanm at Ioulavllle. I)r J V Naylor Fourth; Uuat wo favor the neper-tloof tho Prison Commuttilou. from 11k- fin Resolutions. . oitilmt of h't-tlo- y net net net net rmo-hithM- ii 33,449,95 588,200.00 6,766.62 594,966.62 niiU-Ayun- t, nny-tMlti- in a RKHB -- LIABILITIES Herles Shares Valno Total D2 E2 F2 G2 H2 12 32 148 71 S103 50 $3,312.00 13,971 20 94.40 85.55 127 147 77.00 68.65 6,074.05 9,779.00 10,091 55 7,904 00 ; And Between the Bunch Uncle Sam QeU Very Little Rest. J2 K2 L2 M2 N2 130 204 114 248 198 94 Merely Local Agitation. violent and unlookeil for of the neexllo on the Wash-Jiur'oObservatory seismograph litis '1 'i n traced toward Hickman, nnd a proved Uie tiefallrd Investigation diooks to havo omlnnted nt this iolnt hut not from earth vibrations. It "was moroly the cavorts of V. A. John aton( whmo superabundant oxhllar-ntlooxcewlwl tho speed limit on account of tho arrival of a flno boy nt his home Inst Friday. Tho stork packngo. left a Ttii n Mrs. G. W. Garter Dead. 60.80 53.40 45.90 38.80 31.80 25.20 141 Idni-Mi- l. 292 18.70 12 35 236 P2 Mrs. Geo. W. Carter, ago 42 years, 168 6.10 died at her homo In West Hickman, Q2 at 10 oclock Saturday morning, after Undivided profits a Uiroe week' Illness. Death was the $94,966.62 nult of a nervous break-down- . Total number cf shares 2,209 Deceased had resided In this city about flvo years, nnd waa previous TOM DILLON,Sr.,Sec to hor marriage, sovon years ago, n Mrs. W. K. Suttle, of Union City. T!ioma8 Stockton, of Dyer, Tenn., Sho is survived by her husband, who in an employ of tho Mongol llox Co. visited Ma brother, Wm. G. Stockton' last week. n, 02 10,893.60 5,232 60 9,622.40 6,296 40 2,368.80 5.460 40 2,914.60 1,024.80 21.22 ..Fall Skirts Just Received We are ready to show the most at- Tho schools of Hickman will soon Ilobert Thomas Stockton, of New-berliegln and the finest high school in Tenn., visited his cousin, Wm. Wostorn Kentucky is Froo to every G. Stockton Uio first of tho week. Contractor I.. I. McClavy, who illtlc. tho grading for Uio N. C. & pupil In Fulton county. Faronts, who John W. Gates, ono of Uie biggest Fifth; that Uio chairman of thta St. I,, bolt line tells us thnt this havo tho wolfaro of tholr children at gamblers In Uie world, who massed hoart, cannot nffonl to overlook his contention appoint eight delegate to work alone cost the railroad $2f85. a fortune of about $50,000,000 of othattend Uie convention and caat the S. With one oxcoptlou, Uila Is tho fcplondld opiiortunlty. ' er folks money, died la Paris, Franco, vote of thin County at the convent- most costly mile of railroad on tho Itov. II. S. Morgan, of Murray, Ky., Thursday. ion at IjoiiIsvUIo to 1h held on Aug system. is visiting J. V. Giles and family on Wnlter Thomas and niece, Miss ust l.Mh. 1911, and Umt the delegate route 5. Misses Hufle nnd Rffle Ilruer left Dlanch Thomas, who have been visitote na a unit on nil questions last Friday for Hot Springs to upend Atty. J. W. Itoney went to Fulton, ing W. T. I'arham, left Monday for S I.. Dcxldn, Chalriunn ft couple of weeks. Saturday, on a business trip. tholr homo In Sharron, Tenn. Sam Klliott, Secretary n com-likHtf- d Jail Delivery Thwarted. Jailer Koonon baroly thwarted u Jail dolUory Sunday afternoon, whon he una Informed by a 'trusty" tliat tho prlftoncrH wore digging through Uie west widl of tho Jail. Ilo innde a hurried Investigation and found Oiat a Lirgo hole was being dug through tho brick wall Just under a window. Tho prisoners had been allowed 'to stay out of tholr cells during Uie day on account of tho ex trome heat, and n negro, charged with housebreaking In Fulton, iiianag- etl to get hold of a small Iron rod with which ho was alowiy but sure ly dlggiiiR to freedom. All prisoners were prompUy "caged." Thoro ro evoral Utd mon confined to tho now, nnd a Jail delivcounty ery could not occur nt a more critical time. Mr. Noonon will uso extra precaution from now until after Uio Sep tember term of court, at which It Is expected liu will bo rellovcd of eoveral of his charges. Fulton county really needs a irow Jail. o Anyone Can Afford to have an extra tractive models possible to find in Serge, Panamas and Fancy Mixtures. Made with straight belt or high waist line, panel back or plain, fastening on side or back. Hart Schaff ner & Marx suit at the prices we quote. They're regular goods at way below regular prices. Prices $2.50 to $15.00 Hew Fall Ginghams We are showing a complete line of the new patterns in Ginghams. Toile-du-Nor- 25.00 suit 20.00 suit d Price, per yard, 12 l-- 2c Smith & Amberg Aliout the oldest Fulton county tax receipt wo'vo over Been was left At Uils offlco Saturday by C. .0 Mc Murray, who found It among some old papers Uint had been thrown nway Tho receipt was mado out to V. 11 In 1817. It states Uiat McConnell, tho taxes nro for 350 acres of land valued at $1,750, which Is now known as the old McConnell placo; 4 horses 1 mulo at $40; and valued nt $1-- 0; 11 slaves, 4 of whom were over 1C years of ago, vultied tit $2S00. Total valuation, $1710, nnd the taxes amount ed to $14 50 Tho receipt Is signed by S. I). Stephens, deputy for It. Jlrown, sheriff. Although G4 years of uotUejLiuttrunittUt te.wiUjgreMrved at at 18.00 suit at iS.oo suit at 12.50 suit at 15-5- 0 13.50 12.50 10.50 8.50 The above prices will only hold good for a few days longer. SMITH & AMBERG Will Build , Intel-urban- Rough Lumber E F Whaton. who was in Hickman a short time ago. trying to got our people Interested In his phi" to build nn electric lino from Hickman to I'aducnh, writes us that he has succeeded In consummating his plans In lxirt. Ill letter reads 'I take great pleasure in Informing you that the company which wis discussed while In Hickman to be known has always been to ab (he Kmtucky Southwestern llall-w.Light & Power Co.. has been have only goods of under Delaware laws, and highest quality to I am pushing the work as rapidly as possible I have secured sufficient sell them at reasonInterested capMul to Insure its sucable prices to fulcess, and while wo should, of course, fill all promises and like all the local assistance we can possibly secure, and are working hard misrepre-aentation- s. make no to secure it. the project will go It may through to a successful completion without local support if such a thing be an old fashioned must be This road will certainly be policy, but we think built. Paducah people are vory enYou do it pays. thusiastic, and wo trust your people a spirit of will at least exhibit not need to go to friendliness to our efforts, which, Memphis or Nashwhen successful, may bo of great Ihmi ville to buy efit to them, etc." Mr Wheuton further relates that surveys, rights of way, maim, profiles, Diamonds riorts, etc., are being looked after Cut Glass now- - on the line from I'aducah to Watches Mayfleld, a distance of 29.3 miles. TWs covers about half of the prelimSilverware inary work. Novelties As stated In a former article on this subject. Hickman's business men We make just as hac subscribed ItberaNy In the past two years to various proposition, and low prices on the i hey must feel that they have shoulsame goods. Why dered itlxmt all they oan carry at not trade at home? And yet we-- cannot fail the present to realise that an electric railway would bo of vast Importance to iu worth ail or even more than we hate been asked to subscribe. Hence. If wv cannot go into the thing ftnancial-- l The Jeweler we shouhl at least lead the pro-J-our good will ami encoHmgeHient If Mr Wlieaton has succeeded in et-- t iig outside capital Interested to the TIME TABLE C, M. & G. R. R. ixlent of building a road Into Hick man, Hickman can wll afford to (Effective June 4, 1911) give Mm her hearty support In ex5:30 a, m. Leave Hickman change for the benefits to be de8:30 a. in. Arrive Dyersburg rived. Failure to to this 2:00 p. m. Leave Hickman extent might liavo a tendency to Arrive Dyersburg 5:00 p. m. cause the road to terminate at some Leave Dyersburg 9:00 a. m. other nearby point, greatly to our dot 12:00 noon Arrive Hickman rimeai. While on the other hand It Leave Dyersburg 6:30 p. m. is reasonable to ojcpeot ether beits-fll- s 8:30 p. m. Arrive Hickman possibly street car service, etc., G. M. HOSS, Agent. by their coming. At all events, Mr. Wheaton's present pan is meeting us largely over half way, and we can well afford to Teachers' Exam, Invest our "boosting"' In the Mr. The Aii of for -2 Bargains in Farm Land. Sale-Dime- nsion H The Best Advertisement Kentucky Land For Sale. Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road, miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything Ik House a in this line, sec Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Johnson Caught White. "Have White In Jail here; notify Fraslor." Thts Is the way a telegram was worded which Sheriff Johnson received Saturday from Ijunar, Colo. The man lit question Is Jim While, who killed Fred Otterson at Cairo. Oct. 8, 1U10. Johnson got on White's tndl several montlw ago and finally locaV ed 1dm at I.amar. A reward of $400 was orfered for the capture of Wlrito, and Gonlder wfll get It. It is safll t. that Ottersou whs White's third Johnson h rinht then- - kh the goods when H come to running down bad men. via-tin- Tract No. 1. Highly acres llj miles below Hickman on C, M. & 0. Ky. About 70 acres In cultivation, bolauce houso and staIn woods. Now Will tako 14.000 for thts laud. ble Tract No. 2. Forty acres two miles from Hickman on U. M. & O. Ily. house, stable, etc. Aliou New thirty acres In cultivation, balnnco In timber. Will tako SJ000 for this tract. Tract No. 3. Farm of 100 aorus, 2 miles below Hickman, all In cultivation, several good houses and residences, stables, etc llontcd out for a term of four years with good tenant $06 per acre. Tract No. 4. About "S acres, two good tenant houses, stables, sic. All Ju cultivation. 2)4 miles from Hickman mile from Owen Slough Switch. $!M) per acre. Tract No. S. Farm of S0 acres on lltg Slough, about 7 mites from IHok mile of Ledford station, S or own. 10 good tenant houses, stables, etc , Hbotit ISO acres In cultivation, graveled road being built through thts land. J f,o per acre. Tract No. 7. Fanu of ISO acres bo- tweeu Mud Creek and Cayos, all U cultivation. Good barns, nouses etc. Price iiwule on application. Ever Written... "Be it ever so humble There's no place like-home- , rr No doubt originated the iden'of n Building and Loan km lf SCHLENKER 4 Teachers' examination will bo held at the Court Houso in Hickman, Aug. 18 and 19. e The examination for colored teach-erv'HI bo held August 25 nnd 26. Virginia Lutcn, Supt. fT I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. orotti ties, staves, ote. A nw manag- 7 or 8 good tenant houses, stables, etc., artesian woll flowing "t gallons per mtnule. Will llelow are the nine longest words take 00,000 for this piece of nrofor In the Kngttah language at the pres- tr Nave niter In m IVfcs TkU to ent Urn: a gwl ofcanc for a fw- - FnMmi cn- SubcoastitiittoHolUt. y Uy to Join in mmI iMvhI Ur rklt IneomprehensUiillty. PfHjwrty. ' PMlIoprigHMvenes. Trnat No. 9. 728 acres three mtKM HonorlflcMriniudlnliy. from lloatlimna on Southern Ily.. nnd Dlsproiortloimblenes8. three miles from Loland branch of AnthropupliagHnailtariaa. Y. & M. V. Ily., lf, miles from Sun Velcclpedstnltlonableness. flower river. About 160 acres In owl TranssubtallkHMtbieness. , tivntlon, and about 460 acres that has PruantitranaubatittUoRist. been deadened 4 or G years. Six or U you can't pronounos these, of seven good tenant houses, stabloa. dou't know what they mean after you etc Will tako I1B.0O0 for this, on get them pronounced, don't ask im for terms stated on abovo land. wo nre no better off than you are. Tract No. 10. Forty acres 2 miles north of Heathman. Will tako 10 Per acre for this. MOSQUITOES BAD THIS YEAR. Will sell any of above land at 10 Hut don't scratch the poisoned skin per cent cash, balance one to five. An- Use a mUd, cooling, healing ono to wn, one to twenty, one to IKiund that stops the Koii Instantly. forty years If so desired by purchasdraws out the poison In the skin and er, C per cont payablo annually. protects It against further trouble Also forty good brood mares, bred Just a mild cleaning wash of oil to )1S00 Jack that wo will sell at a of winter-green- , thymol and a few other Ingredients known aa the D. D I). bargain. Also several good rMftster-ered polled bull calves, and several Prescription (no famous in cases if Eczema) and you have mosquito pro- registered llerksblro boar ptgs. 8. L. DODDS. tection for the season. Yes, Instant relief now only 2Gc If you sit in a cool draft when you Mlitlitlppl Land For Sale. are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, jou will bo looking for ' Tract No. S. 3S acres bstwssn something that will caso Uie pain. Planta-tlon- , Fix your mind on IIALLAKD'S SNOW Slate Farm and lloundnway U mile from Madison broach oh out LINIMENT and don't be talked of It because it is Uie beat pain re- Y & M. V. Ky., IS miles from Clark lieving liniment you can got any w here dale, Mlns. About 100 acres in cuHlPrice 26c. GOc and 11.00 per bottle. tsllon, Uilnnce In woods. The saw G Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 14W have been cut frow It but Ihs timber standing can be worked into - and one-hnWe've rounded out twenty-on- e years We've built more homes tlmn any institution of the kind in the country. We've conducted our business with comparative ly little expense. We've been conservative in malting 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. Nine Longest Words. ur's cottage with THEREFORE in view of all this we wish to announce that the books for the present scries will close on Thurs 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. Hickman Building & Loan Asso'n TOM DILLON, Secretary. Final Settlement. All pontons or firms holding claims against tht estate of llobt. II. 8 Height deceased, aro hereby notified that said elalns must be prssonled to m In proper form on or before Ootobsr 1, 1911, or be forever barred. Claims may be mailed to mo at Ilandana,' Ky. II. II. WIIII'1'J.U, Administrator. Residence For Sale. FOIl BALE: The Mrs IWlla Ca penter residence In tho Henry Add tion. Ilouio Is practically new, I.v four rooms, good gardon fenced, i d tsrn, four outbuildings, etc Unfortunately owner n This oan be bought at a ba gain loss than Uio houso cost I )ou havo 100 Idlo rash and arc pay Ing rent, ou had bettor Invcstlgati dh Particulars at Courier office. 50x160. soM. rlV'' rent .- - HICKMAN DRUG CO., Hickman, Ky. Game Getting Scarce. Unless something Is done In tho near future to provent tho wholesalo destruction of fish and game In nnd out of season, Ky. fields will be baro of birds and streams without fish. Even now there Is but little use for gun or rod and line, and scarcity of fish and game is a constant Inducement to violation of law In the shoot-In- " of game out of season and In tho use of dynamlto and seines. Two things nro necessary for the prevent ion of the game and fish. One of rtheso Is tho protection of tho gnme now existing, and tho other Is the stocking of streams and fields by s of fish hatcheries and gamo preserves. J'n-un- No Taste to. It, Bah! Mr. Luten. MisH Mauls Soay and Miss lluby Seoy, of Misses l.Uby and KHialstth Alexander, of JorA Virginia syndicate has Itmuaht dan, and Mr Hrw Luten nnd daugh- sixty thousand acres of real lands ter. Miss Cuntie Mny. an- In a jwrty In Magoffin county. Ky , for whlrh visiting Niagara Falls IGOO.MH) wre paid. Hk-knm- II. C. llarrott, funeral director and ombalmer, with 8L Louis Furalihlnj. Co. r l The greatest surrlse to a girl who getH kissed the first time is that there is no taste to It. Exchange No taste to It7 Well, by the bn feathers on Cupid's dnrt, but theedi tor who punned this paragraph must bo color-blinIn the palate They 111 us, thoso who have tried it, that It tastes like double-dlstllleessence of honey sprinkled or spread thick on a piece of pumpkin pie. Anyhow, Fire departments are necessary and back In tho dim and distant years be save much property, but they cannot fore we lost our teeth nnd our cimli be relied upon always. Although they on tho beauty prize, the prettiest girl may put out the fire, water may do In all tho world told us that the first as much damage as the fire. Flra kiss felt llko a covey of quail flying .Insurance protects you against the out of each ear and ended up like a loss by fire as well as the loss by nock of angels iouring molasses water damage. A fire Insurance pol-Icdown one's back. In a reliable company with a repNo tasto to Uio first kiss? Great utation for fair dealing and promptScott! and then home. ness Is your best protection. We repIt would make a wooden clpnr Inresent only such companies. dian's hair curl and his toe nails quiver In oostacy. R. T. TYLER, Agent I DIDN'T. Tho author of tho "tastoless first kiss" is evidently a cold storage pro-duof tho art preservative or Itch d Doctor Wlloy took of tho tune of first class man Instoad of all scrlbondl. I'aragould Sollphono. I furnish my medicines and the timo of a third class man. That guarantee a cure in... Is tho actual "offonso" for which tho Mlas Ituth Stone, of MJlnn, Tenn , great friend of the peoplo Is being Founders, Colic, Bots who has been residing nnd teaching harried by tho Taft administration. music In Oklahoma for the past year, Ring Bone, Bone Spavin As soon as a married woman gets Is horo tho guest of her brothivrs, L. C0 saved up she becomes oppressed turD, rjsiuia, roie evil A. Stono and A. It. Stone and by the thought that vveaa eyes, jimrDon cumulating a fortunesho Is meroly acfor tho second and Lockjaw. wife to spond. Loulavlllo Mrs. Charles Forry and son, Clyde, returned Saturday night from Armor- and am ready for I own my hospital el, Ark., whero sho lias been visiting business. Ilobt. Hicks, of Crutohflold. wlin hns for the past two weeks. a sunflower with fifi blooms, no long-- r 33otU. 3Plxcxi.o holds the blue ribbon. Auty Dan Cypress Shingles U.26 R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian iels, of( East Hickman, has one with at mill six miles southwesta thousand of Hick121! blooms The stalk Is 4 inches man. C. M. Yates 8hlngle Co. HICKMAN, KY. In diameter, and 10 feet high Miss Mayme Naylor returned last All the latest magazines at Fotho week from a visit to Miss Erllno Heed Let Schmidt, tho Tailor, do your gleaning and pressing, phone 138. & French's. in Fulton. JtonblePrdtec&on d d 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. y tfgJtt ono-thlr- LOOK! LOOK! pay you to buy these articles now and reserve them until next season. I It will Where quality reigns higher than price. FV ItsJM Toly flih .' ;W,iSVtife4 N t DAKOTA L JURy TD JjBICT BEITTIE FOR TO BE PEOPLED PRESIDENT ORDERS ABOUT 000 ACRES THROWN OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 160 EARLY TRIAL PROBABLE Crowds WIFE 8LAYER. Flock to Courthouse, Where State's Greatest Mystery It Investigated. ' - . v- mmMiij mm rr,r")ry-"'"i'-J- 3&4ZMIM!""rf,r " in, lN jjjm fei r. ..; r : 1 uy. No. 17 MONEY IN THE BANK IcmiiiM IW(, Chestrrfiold Courthousn, Vs., Aug. When the grand Jury took up the esse of tho Commonwealth of Virginia against Henry Clay Deattle, Jr., wno REGISTERING HAS BEGUN Is charged with wife murder, hundreds of nearby country men and sooros of curious from Richmond thn littlo red brick courtTract li Inoluded In the Port Darthold housn. Not ono-flfiof them could find room within, and the sheriff's Reservation and Borders on force, aided by tho Richmond police, River Classed as Agridrew a cordon of guards about tho cultural Land. Utile building to keep tho crowd In 1C h IGH flyers don't get far, it is those who stay close to the earth and plod along, putting a little in the bank each week, that really get ahead. So don't fly high, put some money in the bank. - l,t I. Zimaitiix. C.. The Peoples Bank Will Apprccinte Your Business. 9 a NOTICE! Just received, a nice lot of m : SADDLES : nnd will sell them nt a bargain for the next 30 tlays. N. D.. Auk. IB. For the trat thn history of North Dnfcotn, nnd for tho II rut time Mncu thu wild buffalo and tlio Hed Man roamed tbo prairies. I hi- - land which Ih how Included In tlir fort Uorthold reserva-tlo111 bo peopled. The president has Issued a proclamation directing that this IhikI be opened to settlement under thu homestfnd laws, and thu tracts of land will be distributed to anxious land seekers from all over thn Unltrd States by Undo Sam. Tho land of whlci every citizen of tho United States will hnvo an opportunity to register for Ih situated Ui Mountrnll nnd Mel. can cnuntlts, west of thfl central part of the state, and llt'H directly south of thu sinall town of I'laia, bordering on tho Missouri rlvor The Kort Horthold Innds havo been classified ns agricultural hindsd of tho classified as agricultural lands of tho second class and grazing lands. The total area which will become subject to entry will perhaps be 1CO.O0O acres. There seems to bo a diversity or opinion ns to tho value of tho lands by tho residents of Mlnut nnd Plata. Judg-l- n from the value of the land which Is continuous to tho own of Plaza, one Is Justified In tho belief that tho land will rnngo In price from 110 to (40 an acre llmo illnot. In Virmurder Investigation. ginians came on foot, on horseback and In every kind of old and new ve- order. Kor Virginia was seeing the real bo s ginning of Its most famous and mys-trrlou- hicle. n Chesterfield county farmers reaped a golden harvest. At Centralla, tho nearast trolley station, four miles from tha oourthouxn, they were lined up with their buggies, surreys and even farm wagons, to transport the would bo spectators for good round sums. Trolley Cervloe Doubled. Even the trolley lino covering tho 13 miles from Richmond to Centralla rrcognlxed the demand and put on double service. Kvory car was crowded to tha limit. All this was despite tho fact that the proceedings were purely formal. Only a few witnesses, of the half hundred obtained by tho prosecution, were on hand, and oven before tbo grand jury convened, It was said. Ueattlo'n indictment was cortnm. The main matter of speculuuon was the date to bo fixed for the trial. Up to the last minute. Attorney Harry M Smith, for tho defense, declarerd he would not press for n long adjournment. Special Prosecutor Wendan burg was planning an attempt to have Hratlle put on trial Thursday or Friday that a Jury might be obtained by Monday. with her father, Win. Stoker. Mrs. J. II. Pickett and Mrs. John Maddox, of tills place, visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Thurman PJckott several Mrs. Crawford hn been very sick. days last week. Mrs. Llua Pickett Ih able to be up again. J. n. Luten and A. R, Capps are John PIckott has been very Blck In St. LouIb this week. of fever. Mrs. J. O. King was on the sick Atty. Frank Carr was here from list last week. Fulton, Monday, on business. Miss Laura Drown was In Hickman Saturday. About 100 Fultonites attended the MLss Iloslo Kulley is roported as convention in Hickman Saturday. not Improving. M. L. and Frank Barnes left for St Mrs. Jns. Townsond is some better Louis, Tuesday, to purchase mules. at this writing. Mm. Carroll Is visiting her daughIJoyB School Suits at remarkably ter in IJessle, Tonn. low prlcos all colors. Sullivan Bros Mm. Uennle Whlto wns In town The offlc of tho Louisville Herald, one day last woek. Mr. Uradloy Is all smiles he has at Louisville, burned Friday. Loss about 150,000. a fine girl at his house. Miss Pearl PlrkeU, of Cairo, visited Attys. Thomas, Robbing and Webb Miss Lizzie Pickett last Sunday. of Mayfleld, were hone on legal busiSeveral Dorena citizens were In ness, Monday. Charleston last week on business. The loggers on Sholl 1 nnd are We press your suit for GOc, ladles loi "tiK lime on account of Uie rain. plaited or plain skirts 50c. Cleaning Mrs Ada Maddox Is spending sev- and pressing at reasonable prices. i os., phone 195. eral days with Mrs. Thurmnn PIckott. Whit. Vr anil Mrs. Tom Pickett, of Cal-- r Assessor Chas. Beadle was over lilted Dorena relatives Saturday. from Fulton, Monday. Mr. Beadles Mlt.sc Dructta King and licy Doss is of the opinion that a man never mado a flying trip to Hickman Satur- wants bis office mone than one term. day. Ernest Choate and wife and son, Messrs. Illloy and Ted Dennett left last week to work on the dredge of Wingo, wore the recent guests of his parents, Sabe Choate and wife. boat. Misses Mayme nnd Hurlla, of this They were accompanied home by place, visited Thurman Pickett and Paul Choate who will spend a few days. wife Saturday. Mrs. Cross, of Hessle, Tenn., Is Members of the State Board of visiting her mother, Mrs. Carroll, of Health, superintendents ai the State this place. asylums and physicians of the mounJohn Primrose and wife are visit- tain counties whero pellagra is ing tho tatter's mother, Mrs. Hynssoe, found, 'held a conference "at Corbln nnd sister, Mrs. Stella Hall. Wednesday for the ppurposo of arrivMisses Pearl and Kffle Bradley and ing at conclusions concerning the disbrothers. Colli' and Dcdlie. are visit- ease Tliey declared the cause of the ing friends In Graves county malady to be unknown, but cautioned Mrs Jim Smith and children spent the public against tho use of diseased several days In Hickman last week corn. Dorena Notes. m STARTS Hickman Harness Co. 0 8 ON LONG TRIP HAITIANS ELECT LAC0NTE Aviator Atwood Begins Crott-Contl- nent Flight, St. Louis to New York, With Daring Display. IouIb, Atic. IS. Harry N. Atflow In nu aeroplane over St. I.outs. cut fancy flKiires 1,000 feet In thu air above tho skyscrapers of thu business district, nnd then started nwny to the northeast in an attempt to fly to Nuw York a feat which will brenk nil world's records If accomplished. More than a quarter of a mlllloa persons nro estimated to haro soea the daring young avnttor In ttlcht riuslnesn virtually was suspended while the machlno was In view. From tbo roofs nnd windows of buildings, nnd from tha streets nnd river rront, thousands craned their nocks to watch tho fllKht of he blrdman. Ho reached 8p Insjflold, coterlnir the first stnKe, K5 miles, in two hours. Incidentally bentlnR the time of the C & A. "Hummer." BL Leconte Elected Successor to Simon, Who Abdicated Authority Last Week. Port au Prince, Aug. 15. At the election held here today General had an easy victory. No othor candidate made a showing. Ooncral Flrmln withdrew his presidential aaplratlons, but there was an undercurrent of feeling that his followers would contlnuo to advocate his causo, Tho fact that thnre was little serious opposition to General Lcconlo nade a quiet and peacoful olcctlon. This of courso U becauso tho Haltlens realUod they had either to vote for tho man la power or not vote at all. Lo-coa-te Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT t 1 wood . The paint is small part of the cost. It's the paint ing that counts. It costs less to Cayce Milling Our Motto- Co. 2. put on good paint than cheap, be cause it's made better. If you use De Sota Paint PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY GIRL KILLED BY HAT PIN We mill high quality grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will please bear this in mind. Fight In Motor Car Results Fatally to Young Woman Her Assailant Arrested. New York, Aug. 15. A quarrel between members of a party of young woraou returning from a Long Island shore resort, euded in a fight with hatpins as their car was pulling into you Set the best results at least cost. You will remember the high quality long after you have forgotten the cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give St GENERAL LEA'VEDS TYPIST a trial. We also carry Oils and Yarnishes Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public. Marriage of Boxer War Leader Long Kept Secret, Reported From Germany. the city over the Quecnsboroiigh Alvoda Car- bridge.. Nlnoteen-ynr-ol- Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Iys Anfieles, Cal., Aug. IB. That (Jen. Homor Lea, leader of tho reform nrmy In tho Iloxer rebellion la China In 1000 nml a well known author, was mnrrlvd to IiIb former stouogrnphur, MIrs i:tiiel Tower, in Xlemphuj last June, was tho word received from Wiesbaden, (lermntiy. Oen. lea departed for Germany June 14 to consult an eye specialist nnd married Miss Tower en route blio accompanied blm to Kuropu, but uewa of tho wedding wan uupprossud. penter mm stabbad In the heart and dropped dead In the street as shu nllghted from the car. The police ono of her oorapanlous and charged bar with the murder. Missouri Boy Killed by Train. ID Mo., Aug. Taclflc, Charles Worthlugton, 17 years old, was killed by a Missouri Tact! c train at Labndle, eight miles west of Paolflc. Worth-Ingtowas walking along the track and failed to heed the apptoach of the train. llros. tho house of bar Home and Contentment "&..Jl L T- - - M1 Caycc Milling Company i vt SuLUvim See our lmrgnlna In inuns, boys nnd joiiiik iiieiiH clothing. Sullivan llros. gains. Our wtlta spank wall of uh van llros. Sulli- floino weight. In wall That steam rollur certainly lind SILVER OF QUALITY 11 iAtoet styles and patterns paper. Folho & French. t CaSiS:iBa at Hrownsvlllo last &&ffifrfil AND BEAUTY Unquestioned durability and exquisite design -l- ie l.mhcst ideal in spoons, forks, nnd fancy serving in hearing the picccf TS ..rl renowned trade inarit 1847 YS ROGERS BROS. TRIPLE s i.- f .;ltnml.ilrd tahlewaro1 .1 here arc various nww-nU "just as good, but, like claimed to he Station,, they lack the bcouly.nnc J 'X ly catalogue ME1IDEN . .i n ut v-- .l.otutn.t si..-- b Conn. nil dcsicns. P.TAKNUCOJ-""Vrrt"co-McrlJen- Hobby Hums has said "the host laid schemos of inlco and men will the oft lines go nstrny." This applies to .laincfl Iiird, of Meinphlfl, Kiient of MlsH. Verslo Smith Saturday politics as U as any othor subject. and Sumlny. Kid. 11. SllicroU loft Monday for CouMn't trndo us out idUu u out Poplar IHuff and other points In Mis-- nml finally had to get out. Oh, you souri. Ho will bo gone about ten convention. days, and there will ho uo preaching It li. dniy, the blacksmith, Is fig- at tho Christian church next Sunday uring on eroding a brick building on nccount of his absence. whore his old shoi) now Htundu, ami Kid. S. It. Loguo. formerly of Nnsh-vlllhave nn uptotlato blackwnltlilng but now of Oyer, Tenn., will bogln n protracted meeting nt Mt. O. S. A. llmoks, nvhaso honie was re- Ilurmon next Sunday. Prof. W. cently doKtropcd by fire, iisks us to Jonos, of Hloomfluld, Mo., will lead Btiite tliat hu had no ash burrel about tho song sorvleo. Kvorybody Invited. his premlnes, nlthough tho report J. H. Pickett had tho misfortune. wont out that it was thought tho tiro to havo a bargo load of com COO started from such a source. bags to sink at tho Incline Sunday Tho Lodgton precinct wtis pretty night. Tlio bargo wns raised Monday and most of the corn recovered The well represented here Saturday others wo noticed W K Mat- grain belonged to tho Urynnt-Polh.- v lock ,J C llrowder, KU Williamson, inim Faris drain Co, Tlio losa will Lou Ulnford .Van O'Nral, Chas. Hill, bo very small. Falling of tho river cauued the barge to sink. Wallace Tyler outl Juo. C. Lawson. (Jo to Sullivan llros. tho place w'hore juwhI clothes aro priced to Tho little fnioas wlileh we reported woek 'occurred at Ileech Orovo Instead of Hrownsvlllo. We went misinformed as to the place. CopflUM 1X)9. please you. b. C. E.EImmeimdci No. 27 3 w-- as -- true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing In the of a home means a lot and you should use care as to your selection and from whom you buy, for good furniture is something you need only buy once or twice in a life time. The lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow to enter our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy ing your home furnishings from us, but there is safety as well. We sell good furniture for just about the same money a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality because we know the furniture business. -- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPOUATFD UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cover Western Krnlakt ,l,4'H,,4i,r,r,f,i,,i,r,i,lJi"',l,,l"t',,t,'t,( Mrs. McMurry Dead. rs Amanda McMurry. wife of P 0 McMurry. died at In r bonu i miles north of I'nlon fit), Monday aftiT a long ll'iness of etincer of the Moiwuh She Is survived by one d.iUKhter. Ilschel aisl step ilniiRhter, Mrs P 0 Urowder, who re4dts near Kultoti mother, Mns. Krniiee Miller, Also of (ilass Tenn . who Is SO years old Bverett. and four sisters Mrs Mrs. UeNe Wlliou. of Obion and a sister In Texas whose name we could twin sister, Mm not learn, and Kmenindu Miller, of Glass Tenn Deceasfil was 40 ysars old and had been a faithful milliliter of the Mt 5ilon Methodist church for a number of years. The remain were burl, d at Mt SPEER & Like the Vrui" SEXTON. PUBLISHERS j$ it HCKfi am THERE Courier Want Column It TKH-On Unali III AilMinrti. ,.M, . ('t l'r Word wr Www l---l Subscription Rates $1.00 per Year i. llnidlej was In Kultoti yes ,, ,),.). W newt .).. I I I I .). u nbi) xui prise wmMIiih will occur morrow Foil to sai.i: Ofiitlr family hor-- Two Wills Probated, A regular ttrm of Fniltou County Court wtis hi'Ul t th Court Houw. Monilaj The last will ami teatnmont of It. T TyJer was filed for probnto. Ily the terms of the will, his wife wan given the home place, all household furniture, stock, tools, IiuksIpb. etc , on the place ami IS00 a month for her sole benefit, for life. 11 Ls daughter. Hinmp. I. and lleleu A Tyler ami Kiwitdson, Allison S. Tyler, are Riven one tdilrU of Uie estate, but only a life estate in all bottom lands. Should either of hut daughters die without heir, her stiare .roos to her sister. Mr Tyler designated II C Helm as the Kxccuter of thr estate rihI truatee for the clrMdnu until they are 21 yeara old. He bt required to Rle liond for jrtO.OOo in some surety company, and the fe is to be pniil out of the estate A M Tyler, by ntiorney, ohjorted to the will slid was granted an to the circuit court Mrs Tyler, wl(( of dcesed. has renounced her sbar- - tn tiic will ami ejects to take her lawful rtxht in the Ittdley l hr John llngnn Is apemlliiK n V4 BBBBbV stlaBBBBT fw da)"8 jr mi home Me FOIt HAM-:-: homo. C. ltouto 4. UimhI naddlc uml liar U. Itona, IIIakiMtu, Sn m in Cohb wns here on liusliistw Widiitsdny FOIl SAl.lt: A fw nlMiIco lots Itonuro Addition. For pnrtlaulnrs Hire ui this office. LOST: HHMOttmm, On lmwfoL$ PVMvftsmW HAIS RIVCR: GuAge at Cairo reads S.I and falling. One-ilitrd tfotil enlf IhiObji with Ifc HMSrJ" The policy of the makers of "II. off on all punts. Ilrsd to Ms otfto A." Ilinlsr or II. I.. AUrt.., l ft IHtrham. A M Zkjii, Tiiidi von Qal Made Hats assure you of satisfaction in your purchase. Preeminent style and quality Rave these hats their leaderguaranship but behind that uuality is an You must be satisfied as to fit, style, wenr. tee. We will gladly show you the new styles--botsoft and stiff. There is n von Gal made hat to suit every face nnd figure. Let us show you the new styles of these hats that are recognized as lenders throughout the nation. is to iron-boun- d h Dul tow has lnwn ipilie s(ck for Mrs days. Hah ItofpfH U vMUhk nt WHVerly, THH. liechlHUH m rtki-lu- FOIl HAI.K: I team work mukw one snfo buKi iimro. 2 No, I mill rows; nlvo Littleton need hIimUsimI old corn. W. II. McCheo, routo 4 -- Liquor Bunch Loses. Tu--da- t'luu wiui her frwt oi-llirl Iih-auImi- FOIt K.M.U l ami M. MM. AlHMtMt I'oiatt VxlosilRy, In )Kd Will Thrf wed nw. Vet lliib soil F. m ( nnd (W wm rruMHibh ukuw 117 estate Tlit iUII of Sirs. Martha J Farts probated, and C. C. Smith, at Iter rfxjuiwt. was apiolnted executor. The catatt is worUi alnmt $2W It was her request that $45 be ajtent for a casket and JS for hearse and that a monument be ereatel for herself and husband at a cost of $100. The balance of her estate, InclmUttR hotise-hol- d goods R to her mb, .lease IUrt She also left instructions a to the Imrinl clothes, etc. w.-ia ting the extension of the county milt make a lmrt of Uie Democrat i plat form. Section 13 of the platform a flouted rends: "Teiufterancc te sseiitiall a inor.t) nnd socM question nisi should not bo mads n partisan Iml between potMicnl imrties We fin or (he extension of Uie present local option law tm applied to the sale of liquor, which list been upheld b our hlajlHwt court ft valid And const K u tlonal, o that the ckltens of . r may det.nntn' county In Uie for themselves whetlier spirituous in ous or limit liquors may be soul there In the UxihivUle vcoineiitlim. nlffht, after n hot flnht. the IViu ocratot of the stale succeeded In : t All tHtuift to c(fls (sit ut off at llmdley A I'arlWM'li. lr, Sir Baltzer & Dodds Incorporated (Viit M D. Q. Co. .t liu, conductor on the FOIl SAI.i:: nuts laud, Hasher, of UatoM City. mllw norUiwiwi if Jordan, 100 aof I In riilUuillon, wtill Improved, Toru the uMt of MIm MsHni llmWM. to suit pun)bajinr-0. Bowvll. IU K U ItoMdumnt. of iMHr Quit, llldkiuan. tp will (wive s public sale on Au, Wt. FOIt ttAUt Ht A WHiillM bMBim, J Mr I' Ct4ek bs Oh hhhh mnrlMt wfHpssiiiW Mi " frHu n Tisii ui her mother at pibl iwvlr; H Urnm f imr UMl. F .Mrs It It Itn4m nisi ih n(iirnI fdrthrr iMtomMiHrHt nddiwi l(tsBr Wr )eMenlsy flHM h littt WlMi NiutlivllU Yours &" Co., Mwww, ICy Mbw U-- lo rxurl frleiMas FOIt HAI.II: A line or eflHMm. sry and efthl drtnka, lojaMisr wMb New Kreiwh's show taftt. etc.. sitUwHtrly lewlwl a mi inn. Is bHled le :now here lowir- -- mHr. rwt n J stt tw." From the Fulton K (i llH)- - Count; Capitol K C Uice k in St. taut Tbte wa the principal Issue to be settled, and our people will be glad tc learn that the whiskey gang head ed by Kdltor Henry Wntlerson. lost their fight. The vote on tftte question was 0GT to 14. Hail thta plank been left out of the platform. Pulton county woidd certainly liave nom IlopubHttui The platform will be printed In tills papw In full next fek AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAA and are octuptiig llinmv lately The following fiduciary leinents were fUed nnd ordered Uy oer 30 ihtyn for exceptions S. A. WNklns, jusnlian for I toy TIlOllHW. st II. T. Darts KuanMnn for Rhenium hhiI Sndle Ilosn. West Hickman Cash Grocery (MrthniySOIil Stand) Miss l.wU ItotMlHtDNt rMimsMi d hlH frtlnll) Wfdm.Uy twm a Ml to HhKmi J T Hiiiihfii's tMj rwlMtlTeM y it n b t'upt II M McDentwMt, trf ONnMhi. A It AmIsakhi, Mlors. vrns brr, r ntM MMsi fw thr K. flkw who wsjMs swtnJI AHHWMt. Vaf Won Csrnn il 11 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT here Imm wHk F. E. CASE & SON Staple and VaSSsVlisllsBBSBSBBBHHHHHHI WCATHCn: Fair and oontinucd warm today; showers and oseler tonight or Frldsy. MW MnrKMrtt KmttaW Imltli City Wediimdsy J mt ' Mr. I Vow Msyes. HdmlnlHtmtor of Vto MHd UU-Mt- rm John I). Msjtsj. Tlie appmbu) bill of the eetute of W. II. 1'olsgrove was fltol wr tn Union rHntMNl Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glnsswnrc and Tinware Staple and Fancy Groceries We Sell Cheaper for Gish. C Kills Stepfather, In a quarrel over difficulties that were supposed to have been settled, TntMly from u 1sit with rlntlrM 84oh umI v4(m Tom Clatidle shot and killed his wined Workman, at Hldsjley. Tenn., Sunday afternoon at the kilter's home. They are said to have been drinking tmrd all innrnlnK and in the flKht tore 'tiiroiiRh the house and yard The boy finally got a siiot gun and fired two shots Into Work man's body. Workman had only boon married flv weoks. Hlep-&uhe- r. As wjw expoeti the regular dele- gnU'H from Fulton eoHjtjr to Uie, Ix)ulvllle platform cwtiventton, wa contesttMl, the Ayers crowd hWokoihI-In- g a deleKntlon. As a settlement of the Htttintlon, both de)eBttotui were wnted. allowing wch side lialf their voting Htrenth. The result was that Die "rump" deleffntM, conrentlou were at least enabled to Mil the votes of the fake delegation, nnd impeded nny progress the Utter hoped to make In a sense. It was a victory for the Democrry of the county Hev. Aruher IloogJier, wVfe nnd lRtle Iloa-nok- Mhinhi. Md w HHdsratNMd. hns MnKemaii farm, a frw Tow t littBfr, Dm purasMMwd Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Oil mlhss sutrt of CWHtou. FLOUR Sold under a strict guarantee. .Mlsw I4IMh h SiM(U. of I.ikr lon, IbK vMtiHR nt Thro Mlw tlnu Suuim. Iv Phone 183 tAAAAAA.AA.AAAA AAAAAA A AAAAA J Mrs Hwhw M4mihs fH- Itfthbt , Snns Pnricl, per bbl. $5.00 nc. 4.50 4.00 llHMMVlIt. Akt Mrs W. P. Onrth morn to TlH her ( I Star Purity " " Krlf (' Johnson, rty ItrkH axent of tfcr N C A 8t I. Is npsndlnx a fw dsys Hi rhitUaiHMimi. IXni't fonrH. w AUm ItHlf tfK IIKIIMl Cool nnd Refreshing I TailoredClotlies lould cost no more itnan the average man lean arrord to pay for Cjood Custom tkern. htake (measure and seno! your order to pur Wnen we your correct famous Chicago 1 rtailors, rwoolens, unsurpassed Ed. P. Price & Co. tyou get the very latest style, pure workmanship, ind- (exclusive Price woolens now while line is complete. Ithe maximum or satisfac-- , Ition at a moderate Icost. s e invite you to inspect our 500 ividuality and the Courier ropresoiiatlve luid tho dnughter rotumed Tliiinsdsy to Vn., aftw ainlt to Mrs. Ikogh-er'- s pleasure of witnessing the adnUnlstro-lio- n of a genulno Syrian ba,ptlnml mother. Mr. It T Tyler service at the homo of Marls Nnlfoh last Sunday afternoon. The oereuiony mnullko that of ours In many rwpects but founded on their Inturpretatlou of the simo bible we us. The feat1 1'iKjKi ure which impressed us most wtis the Jmmorttion of Infants, not more than C weeks old. To our surprise, the youngsters seemed to stand that ordeal even better than lot of grown up j, although they were held under tho wator somowhut longer than our ministers keep thorn. All attendants hold candles tho water Is blussed by Itabl and oil poured upon it; nftar-ward- s tho chlhlron wero aniiolnttsl according to old blblo customs nnd Vou will like the still shorter cflcct$r Klven a drink of holy winter from a the new tips, and the rich tones of the tiny goldon kikkiii. Tho parent of leather. The perfect taste of each Red the children, or gunrdinn, nro also Cross style and the extremely short appeartaken through certain coremonlea ance they Kive your foot, make them htndlng tliL'in to curtain obligations strttingly attractive. regarding the Xuturo of the child Come in and Kct style and comfort, One llttlo Illckmnn lady has Ret both. d tho distinction of having boeu You may select any style you wish and nocordlng to tho nnclent Syrian wear it in perfect comfort. Tanned by custom. the special Red Cross process, the Red vross anoc bends with your foot. It is mis mat makes it to Llttlo Willlajii Cook, poii of W. J. eaty to wait in. Our Cook, was struck on the head with customers always say k piece of lKxird last Friday at noon Tho Red Cross "How I wish I had and a Hash cut above tho forohwid Tanning Process tried this shoe bewhich required six stltchos to cJojw. Tic oidlnirr "' I) fore." tinotd In ili vttkt; The lwi.'ird mcih thrown nt tho boy by cldi ikI to haiinht Come in and let us n man working nt itho Mongol factory. tiimifif puck indbiin th Iciiho. Tali li fit you. He mid Uie joungstor, who had carbroi4iiurr that i fttl hoi ind hcar, whr ried a dinner to one of tho man Oxfon!s$3.50and$4. dnw ton (ni. Tb Red Croll Kila It there, gnibbid a High Shoes $l and $5. of plo from Imncd br ,( r. his dinner basket and ran. The man f lb il ttbtt ll mnntba ro cm txai left the same day for parts unknown. Il doable bca new, toot toa inn Tub Miu Aviator wood flow from St. Ia)uIs to Chicago, Tuowlii)', making far bet-te- r time than tho fastost oxpross A W. T. Grissom nr iwHIhk ay In Oxfoids, xci. whUt. m jum prkw llrndk-- y I'nrhsin (( TO Just in styles Wnllor HmaiHi: dh.1 MIm Huhy IhutK of OyprsMt. Illckmnn louni). wei nmrrlMl nt KiiUoii Saturday Tin. MIsmw StiUil. who Imv i thHr aunt. Mm. J A Nimiii on, lft iilny for IkirUwrll for h vlnil WsKIhk Miss Cowgill's Drug Store vrherr you will find every thing usunlly served nl a find'Haii Sodn Founlain. The very latest Twin . ww tJhnol whllv lisrtf. Mniii Crazier, of Dyrrslninx, Is tho ciifwt of Mm. J N Pro flhe MB Mkstr siiiwl u .nr in yn-trdn- J. II I'rmow vloHCtl n coulnict for the IhiMiIIiik of n Ironm rwidtHice for Mm. II. ttum, ,i West Huikuuin. Miss some of thr sweet Ihinp.s in life, lint don't mist the pleasures of n box of Ths Cdiilml offlos or Uie Home Trtspliom. Oi. will J moved In u abort tlnif to tln utmim Mory of luilhltm;. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. M. I'rnvow. of Cryntnl. Tenn.. Kiiant .Mrs. I'rovow'n 01th blrlhdny with thalr cliildren tsjtt TiioHdny. Mr l,row wiys he "Hcnjler's Candy " For s.tle at Imp-tlze- Cowgill's Drug Store J bat-tlze- fthi liku n Klxteon yujir old Will Hiibb commlttod Hiilcldi- - ut Union City by shootliiK him self UiroiiKh tho head 0 wnn about 0 yenr old nnd wm dMpondoiit over continued ill honlth. Our New Roofing We lmvc just ndded the famous pU-c- ir (ft one of tho liwt lookliiK Kontlumon of our proKonlod tho Courier forco n box of nlco punchon, Tmsnlay Mny ho llvo Ioiik nnd pnwpiir. W. T. (Iriwioni. of Clinton, ha oiKined n uiHh rocry ut Mnthony's old stand In Went lllrkuuui. Ilopro-IKwof- l to do biiHluuKM In n biialnoHH iy nil j!(kh1 cli(nKr for ciihIi. 3. C. I lljicon, of route Bull Dog Roofing to our line. If you wnnt n ncnt, durable, reasonable priced-roo- f you will be interested in Bull Dor Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. train. Tho recent local showers havo))Ut crops In tlinJiop shape II. C. Barrett, funeral director and ewbalaier, with St. Louts Furnlshtns Baltzer & Dodds D. C. Go. ju It bends with your foot BRADLEY & PARHAM of nlnxit five ucuto rlioiiinatiniii, Hunry Via, boh' of T. M. VUi, living Huvorul iiiIIvh wwt of town, died mornliiK. Ho wns In his 33rd ymr and was one of Uip bet known oiing iihmi lu Lhnt rirt of tho county llo wns n mi'inlMT of tho MnHonlc order nnd wim burlwl Saturdny, nt Sak'in, ntcr survlvtw by Dr. J- - A. nioiiuiH Aftor mi llllncsH with LET US SHOW YOU Krl-da- Reynolds, Moss ,eCo. Coihsmmm' in expected veeNwMtvy to adjourn For Sale. et-- Alrf-- 4 r M . Heard iiiii i On the Streets ii l iii it ti .. 1. 1 limine nml lot In Wmi llleknmn, Ity wnUr In kitchen and newer. Saturday night ot tho L'rlc. lllckinnii Courier and $1.25. W. Helm haa lkH this wtwk. I w rooms throe Mrliati. Commercial-A.in- l bn on tho Hick four room dwelling on snni tot. Now, Just Imlk 16 10. Hi nrd wore Juds Nnyior ami V 1' both hotim atv In flm oIahI eoixll- - la Tntoiilll, umlay. ion ami stand on n lot flfixlOC JiAn lltwmlil left for hiit home aH Il'oo i tli- - price of both placoa for iHwr CJikmijo Momhiy tank saU or mny lie wild Kepamto Mts Kniuw SMephetiH Ih IUiiir re For further information njiply to InUvca in lluntavi'lle, Ala K K Allen Hickman, or I. J. Mini. UlUHtratcd SungH Motion 1'lcturus bbbbbI 4c Iviitoii TeiiD I.yrlo Soturday NIkuL Later Ui-i-- ft. I I I I I m . bbbbbI Ellison Bros. Your Money Back If Not Satisfied . '- 32255' ' . it- 'tfPi , " ' "' i tm : . ' ?,... " i . Phone 38 for groceries. Arthur Shaw, of Stole Une lwr 1milny on biiHlupm 112. was ' H .. Ak for Margaret Flour. J Thomas Is on tit All tlio latent magAMuc nick Ifcrt. lU'frlKuratora that will kui'P leu for Hickman Furniture Co. Hickman Furulturo Co., hendquar-tttr- t for auythltiR In furniture, O. I) the policy of f's store. YOU must be satisfied. YOU must feel that you are getting the worth of your money, or we don't want it. And whether the transaction is little or big, your money will be cheerfully re TAaf is I I I I H I 1 1 bH H bbbbbbI at Fotho St. French's, ll.liry Ringer If in' Ml wh In lmhi Of ClliM week fin (ol nifiortu th- nrrial of a girl at Ms home on AiikukI Mh - V SiriiiKtill lo Hiwk la vlaHlNg lit T-t- prHitS want to rw4n'a 9wajrne Walker nml Ilollla Kirk liandliiK Tu ljf- For a neat Job of undertaking llitkiimn Furniture Co. Wo know our buHlmiw nml, do our Prank Von Jr lfMttr1N TuNHlay iilr.lii on Itorrti-a- . wnt bu-ii" o xrk right White Bros. - wan UMiltay IbirniH, of Jordan rcaUNMad to (tie lloinw of form thin wk. folks hi Vdand J tin Miltmni lVxlK vMUih; Ihmh tbbt wk. Prad HAdby, of MorehoiiRiM mtml of bU bnxher - Mo , (i''on;-lladlr- r (hi anK. (' Hofiilunmi mi Ih Vnbm MoimI) on tiiMrtHMa. yi-n- lr. Um FiMy (V K f4iiiiniiiilt) Kuaniiitae m Oaeida Hllrer IlkkmH Hard- - HtHM T. It. WIlW). of of I lev. and Mrn W HimrK'L'on WUo. lMy jwit gtHirHmi'e ItonduraHt, treueurer of the Ootnmutritjr MiHimc Stlrar. on On' ida Illrkman Hard i in i tt V Tui4y l It.-e- d Co, warn were m wan- Co - I I I I I I I I H H H bbbbI Hi I ' - funded "'' you if it is not satisfactory H ; . vou' ' M Vi That ' is what our guarantee means. Lee Ellison I H H i 11 il Wonder The Best r if you know we have Steel Range On Earth for the price . - $25.00 and we'll give you the privilege ' of paying for it in instalments, if you wish. I'd like to show you that Range if you are inter- ested. And remember, your 'T .' t.ui T-l- of Pulton, waa the of hl daughter. Mm. W. A. Vtolor kutt week. Mhw l.ucJIe TtfHon. of TlfHOttVltle. U the HUertt of Mkwt IJHtnil limit tii In week ii) Mbw I)oh)a 0HrMnier. 1io atek all iwiiimw. tn r'iorti-crUcM eoHilktoH. l hatr. it H in a I H I I I H I I H H bbI A H For oloanlng and pri'itslng phono 19C. Wo call for and deliver your work. Whlto Ilroa. or I nion City here Momhiy to attend the fun Mum Little A mlmrg turned Ttiee-d- w nun TIitoiivtll whara hh linn ami of Mrs. Mitrtha Fnrl vtettltig her aunt. Mm. HIhcm, K. It WHkoh and wife, and Mrs t' and miiadm. Mr arid .Mm. John K. IV 8hHal, leave on t TuendayH lArktuni the) will IhwI for St. UmWi, wli.-n- No nt ttt PrUi)rtaH apetHl ten dnr. i Mirnh Suiiibiy, a the imrtor will We II. A. JHfknon, of IakeLiml. Fla . out of town He wMI iMglM h eerie vaikeil Ma neloe. Mrs. S N of aermoim at Weet Union, nwr Mem Uwh week W'lMlf here, hu Hold liL-phis next Sunday. farm In upix-- r bottom. Mr. N K ClMiroli, a I H money back if you are not satisfied. . Lee Ellison I I years, with tho exception of a short time, sho has occupied Uie second floor of the building In which tho From what Courier Is published facts we nro able to gather, she born In Fayottovllle, Tonn., her maiden JuuiU) was Martha Uauty. Sho had been married twice; at different tlntes nml places sho was engaged in both millinery and hotel business, and bad been acUve before old ago overlook her. Folks wlio have some Inkling of her past, say Mrs. Faris had a very' InteresUng career, but we. nro unable to give the facts. Her declining years, however, wore pathetic because of her lonolliies.s,ago, and physical inability; and the end s H H bbbbbbI Swi-enoy- May be 'No Man's Land.' Wolf Inland, a valuable tract of In the .Mhmlitalppl river, Kentucky and Mhutouri, may Ik "No Mnn'8 Uuid." In nwiwime to hu Inquiry sent out several days by officials of the Unlteil StateH Ijind t)fflce, a law firm In Charleston, Mo.! to whU'h the communlcnUon wiim rf'iTi'd by the rcmrdor of Mississip pi county, has ndvlseil the local Kv- eriHiieut hind office officials that the IhIriiiI did not belong to Missouri, but In ml Aged Lady at Rest. r Water and Light iiPOfliinle aru due Our famous (InitiRur coffee, nt Wc, ami pnyuhlo at our offle on or U hUII thu talk of tho town. Hotter lu Hitli of the month. Don't Um ii lots of 3f.u coffees. I'hoiiti 38. wait for a collector to mil. I lletterawnrUi &. PraUior. lick-um- Ico & Cool Co. Mm lir Ir Mnnn. who lm dntirhter. Mm W. Tuesday for her homo In llrown White IlrtM., phono IOC. She wiih ncouiiatilod by her fun irnniliuiiiii. John ami IhJihI John- - Mm J J Tnylor left yesterday for She ItHMHMon to viett home folkH. wton was hccihim muled by her sinter. Mlwf J S Rtolkinl. ii Mw fifj, Had Mrs. llaael llrMika. who Imd been hareutwt r Konl. (if U. IkiUi of Mhwia' for awreml Any. l'il County Mo . wer marrtttil nt ( Uk'kman Itaplbit Church, Siimlny, tVnirt IIoiihc I'Hdny by .IihIm Naylor Tli l u the fourth venture of mct Aiw 20: We Invite you tj wortthlp of the nrtlt on the matrimonial mm wMi in Our Stiudny ecliool opeim at io h m. PreacliliH? at 11 o'clock. At th I'lrHt MKthodlHt churi'Ji Sun-dn- HvenlMK twrvt nt S o'olook. Spur-geniiiontlni; tut 11 nml nt 8:00 Wlago, IHiator In the pvcnliiK, prcnchliiK by Hev. T. M Mm Jesile Dillon left Monday for WIIhoii, I'nwli-lenof .Mcl'urrln SoIiikiI. nt Mnrtlti. Tenn Hiimhiy I'adiicnh, to Join On t KomT, wlft hcImniI nt tho tiHiial hour ft'nlrwi end diumhter on an ;xtpn(ld trip nt the KiuU llk'kiiinn chnHl at I o'- thniuali the weel They will visit t in Cohmulo. Utah, clock In tho nfleriKxm by Itiv (1 W poiiKe of Wikjon All nn cordlnlly lnit'-- l to YellfiwMone Park, etc, and will he Kone about 3u daj-Biittind Mile Ail-lly ii . inti-rea. Wo prcaa your suit for" f.Oc, ladles leen visiting nlnltcil or plain Hklrts f0c. Cleaning A Johnston. nml prwjslng at rensonablo prices. Reliability There is no other drug house thnt wc know of that goes to more trouble and pains in selecting the best goods and in trying to find fault with its own goods than docs this drug store. Wc prefer that no fault be left for our customers to find. Every practical, physical and chemical test is made to find tlutt the goods in this store arc in right condition. These are our claims for absolute reliability. I Helm & Ellison Mrs Martha J. Faris, age 76 years died at her home in this city at noon Sunday. Old age was the prlu-clcause of her death. Sho was tho widow of "Diicle" Hob Faris, who was In the harness business hero ao sovernl years ago. O110 son, Josso Ikitts, survives her. Ho result's at Ind., but on account of Ulnc-Kcould not bo at his mother's bedside. If there nre other relatives, wo luivo been unable to learn of wm tht property of Kentucky. Tliero them. Mrs. Karltt resided alono. For 25 were no recools, acconlitiK to the writer, to show ownership of the land by that state. Tim officials of the 'land office mime time nKo received word fnvn the I)eiartmeut of the Interior that this land had been ceded to Missouri, after 1111 InvestlKiitlon In ISTm. by an engineer from the Interior Depart nient. The (vfflolnls of the department nre attempting to clear up the tltleti to the land which have been flU-with the Kovcrniucnl through t1ie vnrlous Lmd offices of the stnte The liivestlfintlou'whlch opened the (liieHtlou ns to the ownership of the IrtUiml was bmiiKht nbotit recently by a desiro on tho part of the officials to correct a nilstnke which had Iwen nuule In the recordliiK of a clnlm for a tract of land on t.lie Island by Hen Jainln Wixxlriiff In 1S37. A plat of tho island was found In the records of tho land office, but nn attempt Io find tho heirs of Woodruff reveheil the reply from Charleston, the former location ot one of the upvfruiiieiit land offices, that tho IsSoft Shirt With Two Soft land is tho property of Kentucky. Military Collars to Match The letter will be forwarded at oiuo to tho officials of tho Department of tho Interior a Washington You'll like this shirt; it's both comfortathnt steps may bo taken to untangle ble and dressy, suitable for eveniiiR, business or outing the situation which threatens to In French with validate nil the titles to laud on th ""Made coat style of fine silky Pongee,collars soft made o arc island. Wolf Island, oer which the turnover cult an.l pocket. The drcy soft snuRly without ho aina fabric ai the shirt and fit the neck litUoition has boen waged. Is a trad they're finished with genuine ocean discomfort; square In the Mis aliout three miles "e"rl and cord, no ,.i,.or hooks of any kind to bother Klssippl river, hotweon Mississippi and In a "'"'Vou-caget this shirt in plain or fancy fabilcs county, Mo., and lllckmnu county, of shades white, tan, blue, pink, grey. variety Ky. On uiajps the Island appears to bo The price Including the two collart nearly In tho center of tho stream, It Too Dollan; a $p!cnJtJ value hut according to a treiiort of tho engineers of tho Interior Department the main channel of tho river Is on the east sldo, separating tho Uland HI . NewErahlanuiacturiiiilCov from Kentucky a s came without any of her loved ones being present. Judgo B. T. Davis employed a nurse and did what ho could for her during her Illness. She was a member of the Christian Church. Funeral services were hold at tho church Monday at 10:30 by Eld. Hor ace Slberell. Burial took place at tho city cemetery. Real Estate W. W. Mendows to VC. E. nice. S Cohn and Ft. T. Kudd, lot Fulton, 10 nnd other consideration. W. W. Meado'ws to C. E. Rice, lots Fulton, $20 and other considerations, W. W. Meadows to Mrs. Lucy Tucker, lot Fulton, J350. J. I). Drockmnn to F. M. Barnes, land, $100 and other consideration. It. B. Scearco to John Lusk, lot In Cayce, $U7G. W. J. Elliott to Y. a! Milner, 63 acres land, $3307.50. One of the Courier's good lady friends "on the hill" asks "for good ncsis sake" to call attention to the wilderness of weedB In that section, (leiitlemen, If you have" any love for tho fair sox, any civic pride, any sense of beauty, any pleaso, cut, pull, or tramp down those weeds. Sliaino on you for allowing the weeds to hldo the sidewalk, th6 houses and even part of tho street A West Hickman citizen asks ns to respectfully call attention of the city council to tho fact Unit Beveral small lakes exit In that section of tho town wWch are regular fever breeders covered with a green skuiu so thick thnt a turkey can walk a cross on It; also that a number of hog pons nro maintained which cause an accumulation of filth in violation of the city ordinances. U. U. Slmw, wifo and little daugh ter, of Creonburg, Pa., are visiting his mother near State Lino. Mr Shaw has neon in Hickman this week visiting ids brother, Cecil Shaw, and cousin, Hugli Ed Curlln. Mr. Shaw, veil known' here ns Earl Shaw, la connected with a coal concern in Greenburg, Pa. .1 sffeiiS Shirt HERE'S theour hit of the (wvivrri Bradley & Parham JIL Lyric Saturday Night. rf- - II JH If you got a blue mark oa your Courier this week. It ent this Is tho last paper you wiM reWe until yp pay up your utHfOo, j r . ,.. " V" , Tf- - tf - w,-- Ky. State Notes. j yy ivir'y m w fef's 3int &. 1 i HKftg THcjij. :; Interval Frankfort. During tho since the last reiort mado by the state banks of Kentucky, nlno banks have been closed by order of tho Btato banking department, and two more arc In process of liquidation. Thore are. now 478 banks In Kentucky, counting tho two which nro being liquidated. This Is nlno less than tho number of stato banks in cxistenco on April 12. Slnco September, 1910, thirty stato banks havo been closed, and It Is believed that tho weaker ones havo been thinned out. Slnco April 12, when tho last reports wcro called for, threo now banks havo been organ-Uod- . I WAGONS BUGGIES ., Mrs Wetw Hpeul Muiiilny III I Where Is tho Htriwim of life ho dark and unproplttoiiH that the huiihIiIiio of Mile t happy fneo fulling on She torbld MIhh Ruliye rkiiitug wan in I tide will not uwnktm an answering Ctty I'rlday. glenmT W1ly CiituiiiliiH went to M for my wood, Sunday. children.' They should do "more than O. HixTidlln. or Union CHv llini -- limy Hhould llvit with their hn Muudiiy. IftttiiK Hiolr boy tvnd glrUfa! flint their InturtMttn aro thalr mriiU' Stun Knlmoii, Jr, Iihm at--i npi tntirvtUw nlno piHltlon lu tin" Kmt ofTlee Parents oftun nay "I live dill-drw- i. Secretary of Stato limner states that his reports of tho 47S state banks and trust companies for July showed total assets of 1104.942,433.37. Tho total nssets for June 2, 1907, wore October 2, 1909. Juno 30, 1910, J104.2C5,-254.7showing that Uio assets have Gained noarly 1700,000 during the last year. The Increaso seems small, but Secretary Druner says that It Is certain now that the reports aro more accurate, and that there has roally been greater Increaso of assets than tho figures show, since tho practice of padding the assets of tho bank for making good reports has been eliminated with Btate banks, and that also thousands of dollars' worth of worthloss nssets have been charged off and tho stockholders and directors of banks have been mado to pay in tho money for the worthless assets. J101.924.198.78; Wlmt In up I HARNESS SADDLES j Reception Room Furniture St ih'iiImI inoitl of all In bring What Furnishing Co. "aella It tor lii." M mhhii! ehlMrmi tin') and har and (nk lu by ' W tuxxr- - you $: to $, " 4 wHI. In -- ri(liiii lu their ymiHg ur tall witm Hullhan Hr nuwt eam. bveoin the ruNHK tntlt of thntr I Don't forgot wo havo the bent uf uialruaaos. Hickman Furniture A romi without n couch of soma1 MU ICtlt'il Nnjlor U iiiiiii ort ih half funtMifil. Life In full or frt.-iuItrUur-- ltHHi ahd n th pit nnd down and all Mutt Ioh mtiitty of the mrMally Jadad ami 1h lu i, yar. !". lu 1 n4r Co. Jwt ilo- - cxbMUMcl forttiHftglitr l ami 'K'HhI eo-.m Un of louiMt ttr Mtfn Ih th slUiHlt Ice lloxes aud Refrigerators "Mills Uuli FumUblnic It .i -m for rMtm Tli-T- JM IMHla Ui D (M rHNlVMl W pair f an- - Umm Mwt whn f mny tM at fnrlory pn. fl AaliinUy i ( of HnIIUmh IkfH. II. tin- - tblnn 1 MtratHtun iHikl h rtH Ix dlHimet h inil. awl Un way mttdp ten;, ld usoft Uhmw comfort-ul)- l l4lwnU Ky. oHly for k wwk State Fair Clubt. In order to make the state fair what It should be in every particular, M. C. Rankin, commissioner of agriculture, has arranged to organize a "Stato Fair club" In each county in tho state. Tho work of organization will be undertaken by tho county Institute organizers, and tho clubs will bo composed of progressive farmers who will help build up the farm exhibits In the stato fair. Tho corps of farmers Institute organizers will hold a meeting In Frankfort on August 1C to hear an address by Gov. Wiltson on the subject of the state fair work, and Mr. Rankin also will make a talk. Editors To Be Solons. Among the newspaper men who have been nominated for representatives In tho legislature are: J. It. I 'ax-toLawrenceburg News; Francis II. Douglas, Danville Messenger; D. II. Thurman, Taylorsvlllo Courier; Wallace Drown, Ilardstown Standard, and Col. Green R. Keller, Carllslo Mercury. All are from Democratic districts where tho nomination Is equivalent to election. J. It. Catlett, of the Princeton Leader, and J. C. Graham, of the DemLeltchfleld Gazetto, aro hold-ove- r ocratic senators. Delegates Appointed. Tho list of thoso appointod by tho governor as delegates to tho National Irrigation congress to bo held In Chi- LS cago is; R. C. Ford, Mlddlcsboro; W. V. L. GorC. Herryman, Lexington; C. Ilallard, R. don, Madlsonvllle; Thurston, Peter Leo Athorton, W. H. Courtney, Milton II. Smith and R. W. Knott, Louisville; Claude M. Thomas, Paris, and A. J. Alexander, Spring Station. Will Inspect Stock. The horses on the farm of J. II. Ilaggln, at Lexington, which are to bo exported to Europe, will bo examined by Drs. II. O. Mooro nud A. G. Abbott, representatives of tho national government Thcso vcterlnarles were sent JK to Elmendorf by Dr. A. J. Payno to make the Inspection. A certificate of good health of the horses Is necessary. Sheep Quarantine Lifted Under stringent rules tho sccrotary of agrlculturo has directed that tho quarantine for scabies In snoop placed upon tho Btato of Kentucky is modified to allow tho Interstate shipment of sheep of states not quarantined for cables In order that tney may bo exhibited at the Lexington fair, August 7 to 12. Distilleries Pay $13,000 Tax. Three distilleries paid tho stato and Franklin county storage taxes duo on the suit won by the Btato brought by Auditor James. Two Judges Appointed. Gov. Willson appointed V. G. TS.ibbitt pollco judge of Cloverport and A. D. Ashcraft pollco Judge of Irvlngton. .). It nmeli oh wIhmm Mm JotiH P)t, wHmi haa hI bmlM 1. throw MHMHrlf. Uha Mri-trhU Henry fnm. HHHmlful for lkr5 mUt wlUt trioid Mm Uml t tklirM atl inp,eiry. rlo HrtMl 60WTtMtttH; f WM mw r4Hx thf Mnt. Carl KoMmMI rwUirNitl Km mimI tv tthi H4unl m4Ml a frOH a 1U U KmUim with r u haio ir. Mm. 0orM Jonoh b-T.-n- Iwxirl. vH with hom- - STOVES H W Woman iulp (hnh fur th voyMi .MkM ItotMtH. or JnrkiMH). of Itfv 8h In frrMowi n tandtr Ih any ATOKtrfml H OnHt4H H M.llo(t,! IrnJH-t- , but m4a Utt -- MiMnr ftHtl With IN IlKlUttUlllI TWoH:k bwt nUMndni hk a Mr an Mrs NnttuMt llnm-Oinnti a tJ-el- , fit him nmii fxrx-wbCKy, IH., ar koiv tt. i In Mm rtilHlwxwl A for K. mttti dttMHivvrtNl AnrteA, bit a ow-- of SIWw Marie and Honor t,r. MtilttHd Imh Mytu; no vry-lii- ' "Ilniul In Old Koulucky" high , tfn th MrforMaH4-- . ihhn mil Mnrtmret flour. Hettvr than oti. but ttH M4HHMH tmllMI Uw WAN. but eonln no more lUmernworth khr n Hborni ytMr mUoom wiiwry. tltMntrr i:.oiivy. NNoiiilHR RMltM-HxtN)'. tiuk HMtNry, litkNvoM HUtiwy, IhIo tht Unuk himI KnttH- ilNthwg la ttnitMy Hd rwwlr mor lM4Ht Htr nwwlnil pHir m irth bom IVojtlH wckHlr why Pruther. t forget to renew your ul cxlptlon to the Courier. The pap( (tops hen tWi tlino la out no ti ceptlons, ln't l9roy Clark and Ow MwtiK on u vttk M)HVlllt. C. M lk Ixjyfi iHBHHIacSSvkV ''- th farm and try ttitr for titiitts In lb fitly There In Ikffe won der wlwu thf iimiter In hHkl Into 'too ttuta effort t iMoilo to make Ihr Iioiiipn from wiiluli Uh Ikijs want to run Hway. nUtnoUv Tln nliiKhU afl dollar too ft4N wt h tint way lty ni ihK wlhl autmaU; tby ilo iMiiiNiHtig lmniiN thy ilo not not do Ittrlr work an wll as oHIrr jHrnom to tuM Wavw Orfloa. Mt Friday to Uiir Imhm in J.r tnd. Mmwam Itlildy ami liwi liibb Ahtxamlor, Tnn.. who hai- - I flatting Mm. Jo U AiiiIktc. Hidny tHornlNK to vbot l.-fii-nd- v Mnyilxhl, Ky. Woo-llom- H ! n1 I - . . . t I H iwjHffll CtVs V. IVflfcF ifBkI i MKImA H Wt JJr? re wtitL Mriwsfi VvB. 3iZ3I?, 'r- - is our Hobby now, and if you are figuring on ANY of the above, it will certainly pay to holder In which ho was carrying It and shot him through tho right arm. The uso of his arm will bo greatly Impaired. finv. Willson has designated Judra Samuel Jones, of Glasgow, ns special 'Judgo of the Wolfe circuit court Scott M- - Duncan, of Louisville, has been npiolnted an nlternato to West Point by Senator Uradloy. jured when a revolver fell from tho at tho penitentiary, was seriously J. B. Wise, of Taylor county, a guard In- Look Us Up HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCORPORATED & Tliere'a eomo class to IleUorBWorUi Pxathor's 2Cc Granger coffee. Havo you tried It? Rock-ribbe- d Republican Maine will Democrat- herself with two ic Senators. Boon find I have some bottom land for sale. Ky property. Cull and Wnl ltwohr (mm mlil 'I nm iiwiro Kmtful to God for Th MwiimkI Ikix ('oiiixiii) had "MUlier nm nlMrn of tli tiiitMaiittkl tang. londtMl Uo.imki t of nTrtty. urUy and nobllUy of at lalnnd No. 10. to aink on 1 nu , mnuliood, ilmn for alniut nnyiliUiK morning of IhM wivk Cnt Tu 'Iih In till worlil. Aftwr a long llfp I went down on 1'rolnj ,i ran wiy that I lwv not ! fMth In niKwdwl In rnlstug hi- - bar., w woiimmi Tlu httiKcr live Itif inori the MkhhhI ivrrlek at that point fc my rvtmrd for tliiuii I of n loga. oxewpting nlMiut '; or l aW (liUalrtc hIhmiUI look upon It u n fatal wvre savd. being eniiKh down Ih in my 4mi1 If Ml from my oiifl-d'iir river an fur na Nw Madrid In the general triintworthliieHN, honi-Hty- , . honor uid tluirity of whn I hear young Dfi." H. 0. LOKGHECKER men, or men lu mlildlu llfo, or old nun, ttutt grotw anirsloim on Hip chamctor of women. I feel n If I Vclerinary Surgeon wore lu a dun of hlwdng sorpentH. Gratlualc of Chicarjo Vcl. CnllcRc 1893. Hoiiib llfo Ih Hih sure Ih1 of home rlmmetvr. Ia tho himliand grow enws Olliro al Slfvo Mnhr's livery lliirn ami mirly. and the wire grow cold mid 'DOTH PHONIiS uiiamluMe Tho children is row eromi ami hummc an young IxinrH Tho fathRetidencc Phone, Cumti. 19-er bocouuw cmUUhih, ptevbth, liard kind of u bnilo with cloth Calls promptly answered night or es on The wlfo lirHtlH In Milfdo-Anday. Satisfaction guaranteed They dovelop an iiniinturnl growth and AhatiuieHH of tooth and h lioiwo Ih haunted by ugllneHB and In the world, hungering for rerogn doinoHtle brawlH. TJiIh u not what Hon, ror a word or iiralw'' Tin hut IIk family clrclo bIioiiIi) bo. If one grJitit heart In thin 'world Is an in JiuiHt bo rude to any, lot It bo to some prnliiod woman whose husband new one ho does not love not his wlfo, Ivih lior a word of praise brother or parents. Tho homo Influonee In either n bit s There nro certain young moii In Ing or u curse, olllmr ror good or for llkkmnn who need to lenrn thnt evil, it cannot be neutml In eltln labor Ih honorable, and tho Ignoble citno It Ih mighty, eoininenclng wit' are IIioho who will not work. Got you our birth; going with uh through hf a homo. Fence a fMil mid plow It clinging to uh in death, and rencliiii Md plant It, and gather around you Jnto tho eternal world. The Hpecifx tin- - comforts of homo. And when you InriuonieB ir himbnud nud wire, i havo made a chnractor for energy and parent nud ohlld, or brother nnd sr thrift, ask Homo young lady to Hlmro tor, or teacher and pupil united nml your homo with you. Wo would nay liome Inriuenco Like tho calm, dei to every young Indy. mark tluntu m.-t- i Hi renin It moves on In silent bit 'who nro lounging around nttomptliig overwhelming jkwit. It alrlkeji it to live by tholr wits, or on tho Inter hmiIs deep into the huiunii heart, anil est of their debts; and when they ask wpreadH Km branehea wldo over out you to sluirf the lot of nn almloBrt iwlioln lielng Llko tlio Illy that bravi life, pass them on, for you rannot af- tlm tempest nnd "tho Alplno flower ford to marry n man without prewpor-It- 'that learns itx clieok on tho bosom of or business habits, unless you eternal biiow," It Is exerted amid tin wish to soil yourself for a mesa of wildest Htorms of llfo nnd breathes ti liottxigo softening hjioII In our bosom ovon when h. hmrtletw worW U fresdng,up MMl,tove, llrnry w IIiikIi CtirHn, 8r at l Imd 0"p)Ht4d for H'V wwkit aiwl wiffr-- l n r-snk. iMtng vry low for in viral d.i la raportiNl liHpnivtoK attain Imm fvT lt- 1 I I I think . i- 1 (iikr 1 Tln-rcfor- two-longe- i1 SEE THE AIRSHIP! AT THE FULTON COUNTY FAIR FIVE DIG EVENTFUL DAYS AT FULTON, KY AUGUST 29 TO SEPT. 2. Prom The Oilier Side. Monday's PuUon Ieader wo the following report of the contention hald haru Saturday, which ahowa tlnit Uio Ujndor U u great Jokar: oMp fcH On Heard the Streets 1tt fililnH. .,,,,,4,).,, fhli.K Saturday Night Tho Lyric. & Think About It Now m ! ThoutandB of People Will Wittiest "The Democratic County the Dally Aeroplane Flight, wtm held nt llloknmn Snturdny Horte Race and Other to aebt ilrleKal.m to tho Stnto Con Attraction!. tention wlih'h convaiiHM In IuIhvIII OF ;REATE8T ALL FAIRS. tomorrow (Tuwulay) and was alinont a unauliiioui affair. "On motJoii of lion. II. T. Smith, Km ryixxly In going to nttmid thn Cot Mou Aym, chairman of Ihu niton County Fair nt Pultun. Ky . County CoiniiiHte.., wnn mado chair- iug 2'J to Sept 2. immune tlw Pul wn of the convention nml cnIM the ton tinier. mihhi mora Umn inertia. "John Dillon wnj mado m'crolnry. II ooo uo on thlr fair grounds nnd lt- TJk iHiunty unit hill wiim 'iidorBel In securing attractions nevr ii..wd nt nny flr In Utdt section of and the chairman npiolutrd a lanxe IIh country before. Among the at- - lit of deliHHtN to the IxiiiIhvIII .icioi)i4 wit) lit- - homi tin groat aw- - mnreiitltin. The meatltiK tlien np'nnt' flights, ii marvel of Uio Twen-"After the ratmlnr convention hud To mirt thb nttmc- ti.tJi century i. n nlune run morv limn $1,000 and dJoirnid a rump convention wim I held. Iid by Dr. Joe Luton and .ft OIK' Of tllH UltMt HnaAl(uunl and d.irutg fnt of modern tfm to ne otnem nfier all tlu rmit had loft nml biH'ii nliln to si man nmMng through the nlrfnnt- - milHwIy Jmui, ei-whM they did " U r tlum n imMM'ttKr train can nin No onr t an afford i mtai iliig tlit !l dinon fly Tlmt I why TfrylMly will go to tlir Pillion County Pulr. Marriage Licenses khIii. Iutk Mil t four lilg rwera il iiiy Tlw griuitrml nrrny of run- n ug trotting, nnd imrttiK nr Tho followlnR were granted llcenso .iily on the grounds In training to marry In Obion County laat week: il- I largo purp nr vwy ,u- Hob Thihmt and Alio' lUchnrds. II o lr A I. PotT hih! lther Cherry. )r Floral II nil exhibit will ba an Olgit Crabtree and llertha lloyotl. am wall m a ihmc- rutit II. P Poster nml llerntoe lUirnntt. id nt :.ipla of fta Minsk In tin TlHiittAa It Mnrehnll and Kvelyn Hi. Mukm tlood mtutc nil tk IHM-i- l Ixura llynum tli of idmdr UtrN Shoot Music nt Fotlio Kronen's. Purcy Jowb returned from Dawson, Ssiturday. J. T. Dillon loft Sunday LouliiviUu. All Uie leading magazines &. nlsht for at Kt-th- o Prcnch'a. Margaret Hour, nono &. Prathcr. bottor.-terawor-- Dot- lie For a neat job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. J. II. llUHHoll (vi me In from Mom-phlSutunlny, for a Hhort visit. Horn, Tuesday August Sth, to tho wlfo of J. A. Moore, at IjouIkvIIIo, n flno girl. Meet your friends at the Lyric Saturday night. Good pictures at popular prices. r lrn Frank Smith returned Friday from Clinton whuro ho ban been vltdting for tho paM. two wuekg. O. Hurweck loft Sunday for whuro 'ho will hxik after numu work for the .Mongol Ilox Co. Mongol-woo- lors A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have T. M. French. L. P. Klllnon nml A. M. TyUir. of Illokmnn, woro In the city TllursliIi. Mnyfiuld Meesonger. CIuih. Melr iX'turned to hit homo "r. los ill' M.iki i;.rvllitiHt to lHtk OH n- - Madrid, Saturday, after a rthort viil Willi ohl Hickman frlendx. la New THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS RANGES COOKS If its in the stove line we have it. Mltv .uihi KPtHntit ik : to SjH re. and b) nil mntu don't fall . Ui Krmt atrMp Hilk IU t a-nwTi MytaK tbouMUMbi el fart In tii' Air It wiH lw a ami! rttftbt and jiuaylw you will im1 hnrh mirh sin op I inr air frfa-ml- n i( th rw to mart PhJImn CuMnty 2. UMy will alt l- - Hi. HirluriKy nxaWi The Fnlr Omipniiy lmt nrratwd Kh tln rHilnmd fur 4ok tKW for all nml you inn iiUimmI the County Pair nt a .rv nmnlt H'tl Tho ItolMirtH. JohiiHon & Itntid Shoo Oa by me Uwy drop out of line. Comjiany nnd tho Potora Shoo Con Tbe Mnyfteld Mirror, a toonl juixir pnuy, if St. UiiiIh. will consolldato wbirb bM Inta pubHahed In thnt clly with a capital of $20,000,000. Iiiih for a ntwrler of a eeHtury, Lew in Nallllng Ih hart-- from Oncoo-lu- . leviu the fMd to lmon'it paXT. lite. MeiNieniter liven then. Ark., tho gueut or II. W. Tull and IhMUir wU wit HHt rich. The other Hlckmnn frlonds. Mr. NalUIng mwiMnr bnHieH Ih not tin- - nap left lllcknuiu tiliout ten yours ngo. now that k oimv wnn. The department of ICdtioatlon has Thcre'a only ono tAllor In Hickman Jut roinploliHl the hu-- capita tabulatv'iono 138 for cleaning and prow-I- t tion for the couutlett of tho State. wih-tilei- l, ,.25.00 .8.00 $4.50 to $25.00 to to 50.00 35.00 Iihhi 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 K. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Oinnii wiim n- - Ihtc Ht TlpliMiill' Sutunlny The figure! are mibjoct to ro1nlon from near but changeH are not likely to bo mado. Tho per cniJtn for Carlisle county k $4 ir,; Ilnllard t.4S; Hickman 4 IR; C.niveH $t.4t; t'ullon 4M; 14 IC. St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED botzz xxxo3xr:i3j3 o-c- l Mrs J. M. Itifjior. of near Line. nreHpnletl tho Courlor J I I I I I I H Kt 11 I IF on r'i I I I it sii iii.nr ri LiLirrivit niEmor IR ii. is 1)1 iso oh msi.iss .tccoiyts t x disk iMsii IIKf v iri jjl lllll rv iisr Kt lllll H in 1111 to iv i lll ll II iroivr ut lllll lllll LOISS ISC. .11 Ml Hfiu'uw utivsir lUtCOVST Sill CI'K I y.,50 00025.Syo3a50022l HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. I banket of fruit, Friday, fit for a king Although wo linvo lind tho pleasure o( Humpllug Komo very flno Special Notice. from tho orchnrds of Fulton county, Mrs. ltoxir Ih onUtlnl to tho blue ribbon In our "flno pencil contest " My boh, Henry Roan, who Is under Slio is certainly n lady after our own 21 years of age, has left my homo lienrt and I hereby notify all porsons who may employ him that I shall collect When you ynwn n good deal In tho da)tImo, feel dull, nchoy nnd want to by legal process any money that may stretch frcquoutly it is an unmlstak-abl- o bo duo for his hire. I also hereby sympton of malaria, nnd unless give notice that I shall not bo reou do Romothlng at once you nro sponsible for any debts ho may conbfKiked for a spell of chills. HER Augl7 JUINK Is u chill medicine that will pro tract. J. J. Rone. vont or euro tho disease It drives out tho Impurities on which tho ma .Miss Nannlo Matheny left Saturlarial germ uirlves, utrengthons, tho liver nnd cleanses the bowels. Prlco day for Now Madrid, Mo., to visit 5 DOc. SoUl by Hickman Drug Co. Miss Rosa May Mler, daughter, of T. C Horry, nt Woodland Mills, In- Chas. Mler. forms us of n trip recently made by Savo from SI to 2 a thousand on n arty of citizens of his section Snjx they found n vory desirable sec- your ahinglca by buying direct from rallL M. Yitaa Bklmla Co. tion near Oknlonn, down tho M. & O , nnd qulto n number purchased homes. John C. Pruott, T. C. Horry nnd J. M. Honoycutt nil mndo purchases and will move to Okalona, sometime about the first of tho coming year s -- for' Stale a Gity Taxes Now Due. A Mammoth Ship. a Somo facts concerning the Olympic, City Taxes aro now due. The pen-- n goes on Sept. 1st. Better pay tho White Star liner, Uio largest and now and save extra costs. Tom DII-'o- most luxurious ship afloat which recently arrived in New York on her Collector. maiden trip. Largest plates employed In the hull When tho baby is suffering tho are .10 feet long. double affliction of hot weather and Rudder, operated 'electrically weighs bowel disorders, tho remedy needed is McGEE'S IJAnY ELIXIR. It re- 100 tons. duces tho feverish condition, corrects There aro more than 2,000 windows the stomach and checks looseness of There are 3,000,000 rivets, weightho bowels. Price 25c, COc per bottle. ing 1,200 tons. 4 Sold by Hickman Drug Co. golf There Is an olghteen-hol- e course with hazards under the lifeWho'd a thought It? Coal In Bal- boat. lard county! Hut It's tho truth. There Is a tenls and handball court Something liko a four-foo- t vein of extending through two decks and is 'fine coal has been struck on tho Jim .10 feet long. Lee farm near IMaudvlllo. There aro Turkish aid electric baths and a salt water swimming pool of sufficient depth to permit diving. There aro decks, a la carto restaurant,' palm garden, veranda and a mates' and valets' saglass-Inclose- d loon; -- Nashville .OSTJUXH- - TO N. C. & St. L. Railway f riday, Aug. 0th 1 nttonton is called to tho statement of tho Hlckmnn Hulldlng & Ixuui Association which will bo found In this Issuo. They linvo 2209 share In forco nnd assets aggregatwas ing IUI.OC0.C2. This organized almost a quarter century ago, nnd has In Its capacity of done much for Hickman, as well iw thoso who have Imested mon ey Jn It It Ik the iwxir man's friend; helping tho limn, who Is willing to help himself. Fow nssoclations of this kind nro making as good show ing, nnd Mayor Dillon, the "old reli able" secretary is entitled to n largo bunk of tho credit for Its success. SiKvelnl homo-buildin- I' lias accomodations for 3.35C persons 7G0 In tho first class, 550 In the second, 1,200 In tho third, with C3 officers nnd sailors, 322 engineers, firemen, oilers, trimmers and machln-.ut- s and 471 in tho commissary Iengtii of passage was 5 days IC hours 42 minutes. Tho coal consumption of her 150 furnaces Is S00 tons a day. Less than $20,000 of the $100,000 appropriated to run down tho murder-ur- s of William Goebel was spent by the commission appointed to manage tho fund. Tho commission has turned back Into tho Treasury $1,003.C", being tho remainder of $20,000 which was drawn by Uio commission. Tho total amount spent by tho commission in unraveling Uio mystery which fol lowed tho shooting was $18,990.35. nnd there remains in the treasury of 81,003.C5, tho $100,000 appropriated which has been unexpended, although available. Tho commission mado Us final report to tho Auditor and asked to bo finally discharged. Swnyno Walker camo up Sunday night from Craig's Landing. Will Davis and wife and four sons, of Union City, were hero Sunday. Mr. Davis formerly resided hero and la well known to many Hickman people, Both Lying Down or Sitting Up will find reading equally comfortable if you have electric lights. They excel all others in power as they do in conven-i- n You can have them convenience. please without ripping up wherever you your whole house to place the fixtures. Why not arrange with us for electric lights from now on. You'll only regret you did not call on us before. $2.50 Round Trip From Hickman Train will leave Hickman 7:10 n. m. Returning Tickets will be good on nny regular train to and including No. 54, leaving Nashville at 2; 5 p.m. Saturday. August 19th, 1911. 1 See R. B. JOHNSON, Agent. Tho II. S. Snngboat Macomb has been for several days past in tho vicinity of Medley and lllrd'a Point drugging old rock, piling, Mumps, and removing the wreck of the old Iron Mountain nnd Cotton Holt Incllnu that Woro washed. Into tho river dur ing the mutt threo years. Some piling f the old Incllno aro now found In the channel of Uio rlvor. Tho bonk for tho on tiro reach of Hlrd's Point bond Is to bo cleared preparatory for revetment work to bo laid for tho protection of tho bank on the Missouri sldo. Construction crows nro preparing to begin work tho latter part of It is announced that of this mouth tho railroad company will rebuild tho Incllno nt Bird's Point when tho government work uub boon completed. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) ST. Coal Co. OV., 3Vrx--. T. PITiTiOMT, ; ; ; ; m . i vv i 5 The Courier's Weekly Sermon r ?: BE! am Ky. Lump Coal Tk Luxury Bathing ., Vll l'ASTOIt III SSKt,I,-"- ft SUBJtftT M&wJyi: HEARTS! 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 t much less than It Is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming Implements and poultry already on It. HO! TROUBLED : ; : i of THE MASTER SPEAKETH npivll A Rfl A Ton Dalm For Wounded Hearts, com- Let mc save you money on your coal. 1 : ; ; i ; ; fort For Sorrowing Ones, is increased many times where there is a STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH H- iMi A tig. IX Pastor ttussell of Itnxik-; yn Ttitiernneh ; took for til tuxt today the words : of Jesus. "Lot not ; your heart be trou-Mo: i m an m v m mr m m at m. srm J'e bellere In ;m1. Ir'IIoVl' nlso In 1. Me (John xlv. Both Phones Mo. 73 Asuunl there wis n good crowd nnd nttontloii. closest VAMOk k'USMUJ 1 lie said In twirt- The world doe well to kceit up n cheerful outward demeanor Nevertheless, thoro Is great forxe and weight to BL Paul's words to tho effort that the whole creation Is groaning nnd tnivnlllnc In jmln togeth-o- r AUorney-nt-La- w waiting for '.Messiah's Kingdom nnd its long promised blessing, to lift and Notary Public tho curse of sin nnd death nnd to restore to mankind the smile of the FaWill practice in all Courts ther's favor. Iteaxon though they mity 11. Kh. arc tnrra klml uf peo of the State. tlmt there Is no ivrsonal Oml that ple In tho world, the will. there Is merely a blind pd of nature, tho I3Cy. and ciint's. The flnt accom-, nn crnluitiinnry force, nevertheless, plish vi rythlnic, th cond oppona tho third fail In everything-.-" deep down In the heart, mon lelUve a fled. Almost that there Office with the mind attributes to Illm Delightful Southern Dishes. Judge B. T. Davis A history of some of these old Wisdom. Justlre and Power but Utile southern dishes affording a glimpse of I.U10 or sympathy with humanity Into old crcolo hospitality makes in- and Its fralllle. This very Intuitive knowledge of teresting reading. Tho following recipes aro a fow of tho many that make !od It closely associated with many human trouble. As the root of nearly croole cookory famous. troulrio. perhaM deep below the The greatest dlfflculty In gctUng a cM-rsouthern dish to tasto natural Is the surface. Ik sin dlsoliedlenco to . KELLY principles of righteousness. fault of tho measurements. Tho old imI a fearful looking for of retribucooks had no standard of measureAttorney Law ment and In passing on a recipe to tion, nnd an uncertainty as to wh.it It another tho results were never very will in ran This Is true, not only of Clinton, Kentucky uaikry uniform. krlstlsns. but frequently tnii) Chaurlco, This is a distinctly cn of otret who have made no profesOnt.ttnthtf JO fttl to Chriittinlh. olo sausago and tho nicest and most sion. highly flavored of all sausages. Chop A Wferld of Troubled Hearts. four pounds of lean and two pounds does This frouhlitl of fat fresh pork. Season highly with not n!A-nshow upon tho surface salt, white pepper, cayenne, and sweet HoineiliiH") the troubled heart seeks rod peppers. This seasoning distin- the thostre to try to forget Its Iron-ll-tho Its Administrator's Notice. guishes tho crcolo sausago frommust ed tn .Sometimepleasure-seekin-owner Is Immersmora common variety. Chaurlce In en sinful be seasoned very hot. Mlnco two dourer ti drown some haunting grief. largo onions and a clove of garlic fine, Sometime relief Is sought through liquors or narcotics; some-- t All poreona holding claims afialnst add to the meat, then tho following portion . and herbs One ennnot surely the estate of Mary Bolton, deceased, minced of herbs Ono spices, thothymo, linen In fiao: sprig of know thai tho merry Inngh or witty with aro hereby notified to fllo same three sprigs of parsley, two bay leaves, Joke or heery ong do not come from mo In proper form cm or before the two tenspoonfuls of cayenno, ono a troubled heart. We nre sure that for1st day of September, 1911, or bo of chopped sweet popper, two they In tunny lustnncc. for fre ever barred. Goaldcr Johnson, Ad- teospoonfuls of white pepper, three queiitly those who hove Iwen ludntg-InAug24 toapoonfuls of salt, one-ha-lf a In merrlliient inie roinmltted sul- ministrator. of allsplco. Mix all together hie a few inliiiilun thereafter, leaving and fill the casings. inoHMitges tkst their hearts have tieen Chaurlco Is fried for breakfast and heavily liiinlened. while outwnnlly Apply a cotton cloth wot with SNOW LINIMENT to all served garnished with parsley. A rlieerflll We Inive uilirli sympathy with these (wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, fow chaurlco thrown Into the kettlo and note Its wonderful healing power. with boiling cabbago or beans add wirrow Imleii hearts. As a race wo nre walking "through the valley of It Is prompt and very effective. Price grcaUy to tho flavor. Crcolo Jambalaya. This Is a Spanish-25c, 60c, and 11.00 per bottle. Sold Creole 4 by Hickman Drug Co. dish, which Is a great tv vorlte In Now Orleans. Cut ono pound of fresh pork Into pieces half an Inch square. Chop two onions very Dne Teachers' Institute. and mlnco two cloves of garllo and two sprigs each of thymo and parsley and a bay leaf. Put a tablespoonful of butter Into n sauco pan and add the The Fulton County Teachers' Insti- onions Pale-face- d, and pork; stir frequently weak, and Hickman August When slightly tute will bo held at brown add n slice of Bhaky women who suffer , 28th. ham chopped fine, tho garlic and an every day with womanly eighth of a toaspoonful of ground 3 weakness need the help cloves. Cook for flvo minutes, then of a gentle tonic, with add a dozon chaurlco and conk flvn a building action on the mlnutos longer. Add throo quarts of womanly system. If you are of beef stock and cook ten minutes. weak you need Cardui, Add a cup and a half of mashod rlco, -- ASK FOR RATES- pepper and salt and cayonne to taste, the woman's tonic, because stir often and servo hot araui win act directly on W. J. McMURRY I modern sanitary bath room equipment. One will not cost you so much either. Let us estimate on installing one in your house It will pay for itself in no time in better health and more injoyment in the pleasure of bathing. PASTOR RUSSELL'S SERMON YESTERDAY. ... .. r niCKIlldli t. at riuiiiuiiiy im. Am . . r v,u. g Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good of death" dny by day h.iml we Inive reminders of bams, one 36 and the otiier 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young this grief dIsiiioliituiciit. henilitrho. bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the hisirtiirhe. eie If we nre measurably oiirs'lvra. let hsve place In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre, frK' fnm ioln suiHthy. we nre sluod for others. also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A In our tnniMos we. sooner or Inter, realise the Inrk of humiin sympathy fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, live or. nl Irasl. Its luiMitetiey. KhIIiir stock and about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with our helplessness we Instinctively look place. All under good American wire fence, but outside la a range of to our Creator. In the hour of trouble remarkably few doubt the ofUtrtio 5,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. On even hm of ;! Our Heart TroubUs. Loilng Kn , 0MMMMIWMllMM" III II 1 A. M. TYLER I!SAbiivet mt m w ,iii Hlolunaii, vrjr-tiling- uncoil-st'lniiMl- y y SMITh at' heart-conditio- n s s g siili-Utc- titer knows your heart trou Mc. lie wishes the bunion to there until yon appreciate Its weight until you will Ih ready to cry to Illm that yu nn- - slnslrk. wenry. troubll and nliove nil. hnnerliic nnd thirsting for rlghteouwert ami ilorlrlng rwvti rlllsllmi to Ulin-t- he smile of Ilk Vnrt' He hss not waited for nil of this to take place lefore insklng pmvl skin for you He 1m ntHMwiisl lour mssl. vimr ItHtalitrs. jinir netcsiies Me hss nleradv iroklisl Hie whn is ititshty tn save IMIme I Its I Divine Iive. n rvHsMtfsl Hie lie deemer senl of Owl tilistslless iMMiudli-ss- . sninVtiit for all voir msst If yow wilt erril of the I Urine sr nmncmetit i tinman Christ, your Imert trnublm ins; Im nt an nml Yen win still have trmilHVs In tb ll'-- li. week nesos. nelMss mihI pnts, ixit your tHmn will le jayfHl swl happy In a Mphw ship I Milne You tios net Re to any rarthly priest (Hit. as the MnMer aalit. an te Ike n (Jo Hmt In swrei it In yoHr own name or merit. Ittil In the uiuiit of tK Itedeetner Co etalmlHfi Illm as your Ailvorate ami npiswHnr In ill Name for foralveiMMw provided by MlrliH' nmrrr -- tn rover ell ike slu of the imit and provkte fer nil tle Im perfeellnn Hnnltnl rours fer Ike futnn. een In the end ef the wwy CmnlnK thus. Jms heensses ynr Priest, your Adroeate "We have aa Advocate with the . Kntksr. Josus Christ the Itlatitcon' (I John II. II Let us "come with rmirnse to Hie Throne of araei thai xvr tuny ohtaln mercy nnd flad srsce In help In ever time of need" (Hebrews I v. 1(T). We ennnot glie this message tn the entire world st present, even ss Jesus could not do so These must nwnli the Inauguration nf the glorious King dom of Melnh soon to lie ushered In. when "every blind eye slmll be opened nnd every denf ear unstnpped." Tho -ltts-tm'r Its. No I' Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depot better soil under the tun. Place will stand any kind of Invet'l-gatloyou may care to make. This It an extremely low price, at low at any unimproved land, but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Itt tltlo. Makes, a go4 crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good In vestment. It will pay you to buy this place. ' The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want Grocery Snow Finite Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to plcnsc. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74: i. "IN A DAD WAY" Many a Hickman Reader Will Feel Grateful for This Information. Whon your back bIvos out; Ilecomea lame, weak or aching; Whon urinary troubles sot In, Your kidneys nre "In a bad wny." Don't dolay uso Doan'a Kidney PUls. Hero is good evidenco of their worth. J. J. Owen, 113 E. North St., May-fielKy., says; "I suffered Bcvcro-l- y from backacho, particularly If I stooped, and at night I could not rest on account of tho pain In my loins longed to get rid of tho troublo, but wna unnblo to do no unUl I used Woan's KIdnoy Pills. In a short time this remedy entirely relieved mo of tho annoying backacho." (8tatcnent Kivon In July, 1903.) CONFIRMED PROOF. On May HICKMAN fl assfl Wl1ssMJ5 MARBLE WORKS A DAL-JoAJlD- 'S KhTAIll.lHHKI. TOM DILLON. Sr., Prop. 'Hucrr.Mtr to II, (I. ItAiiinmirK. ilrrranl Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky Pale Faces d, Business Directory Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY immimiiiH K. M. IHI.K.Il II. T. HAVIH Ilr.J. M. 1IUIUIAIU) Attornsy-at-La- Office la Davla Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. DR. K. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Turnip seed In bulk for fall sowing JubI received. Bettorsworth & 2. the cause of your trouble. Cardui lias a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Uth 1007, Mr. Owen was Dtntltt Datfdaoa'a old aUad. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmcrs. Pfcoa Pinther. Parrot Frightened Burglar. Tho cries of Ollvor Twist, a South American parrot, whloh was await-'enetho other morning by a thlof prowling In tho homo of his mistress, Mrs. M. Osburn of San Francisco, while sho was absent, frightened away tho burglar after he hod gathered up articles worth $23. The watchfulness of Ollvor, howovor, probably will rosult In his martyrdom, as the thief, angorod at tho Interruption of his work, solzcd tho bird by the neck and twisting It cruolly, flung him through a mirror In tho dining-room- . Whpn Mrs. Osburn returned, Oliver was found on tho floor In an exhausted condition, whllo an open rear door nnd tho condition of tho room gnvo evidenco of tho burglar's hasty CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Effie Graham, of Willard, Ky., says: "1 was so weak I could hardly go. I suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years. When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am In good health." Benin taking Cardui, today. d aay or sight. Hlckaaa, Ky. 20, .Interviewed and said: "What I stat ed through our Mayfleld nownpapors in tho eummor of 1903 about Doan's Kidney Pills Btlll holds good. During tho four years which havo since elapsed thoro has been no recurrence of my troublo nnd In viow of tills f id, I again highly recommend Doan's Kid ney Pills to othor kidney sufferers. For sale by all dealors. Price COc. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y solo agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. n IIKNHV HANOH.lt J.J.O. lin.NDUItANT lKO. ll.TIIHKl.KKI.il T. A. i.Kiiroun Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I i. J. J. O. IIONIiUltANT. 1'resldem j. A. THOMPSON. H. O ItAMAOK. AmH Unshlsr CiuuK-- r THE ELECTRIC STUDIO Everything In Photography Style, Quality and Prices Right Next to Price House W. P. MONTGOMERY Itov. Simpson Weaver, aco 88. died nt tho homo of his daughter, Mrs. Wngsonor, at ing. Ho luul bcon a member of tho Methodist conference for moro tlmn n half century, nrul was probably tho ohletrt minister In this section. Wll Fulton, Saturday morn- IiTi V MJ i!i 2X it O. A I . T.STV .-- ... Olll 4 LAUNDRY -- AT- XX. I'll MOOXU3 one MEATS i i. J , Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short Botlce. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Lest, Proprietor. Fruit Jars at Bettorsworth & Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices flight Go Tako that prescription to Holm & Klllson. Puro drugs, quick sorvlce, roasonablo prices. Let us figure on that bill of lum ber. Itoynolds Mom t. Co., In corpora tod. carts, hammocks and porch dally at Matheny Bros. swings. St. Louis Furnishing Co. ells It for teas." Subscribe for the Courier. . Taa csly dairy la MUMf, rsitsa ture received & Plant. Wo have eomo new things In furniture this season. Illckmnn Furni Co. Dahnko's Cream Dread j GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore 33 33gT f I wna. Btmt 1M M try, r:v-yrV;rwfWr;ie'J- New Fall Goods! We are now showing new Fall ft ? MI?I5 3 fUMMfe VMP!3n -- if: Route 1. Fanners are plowing wheat. Saturday Night The Lyric. & Sheet Music at Fethe French's. A protracted meeting Is now In progress at AnUoch church, near Cry 4al, Tenn. J, DRESS GOODS GINGHAMS SUITINGS and PERCALES ZEIGLER'S FINE SHOES NEW FALL SKIRTS For Ladies Complete Line LADIES' NEW FALL STREET HATS BALTZER & DODDS INCORPORATED D. G. CO. Gayce Mr. this writing. W. P. Taylor Dead, I 'I ay tor, who ritl thin county county 1111111 rlirk fur mor- - tliaii at lit home In Jimp dk-I n II on Htindny imbuing at l :i ll suffered n ntroke of jwrnlyhlit at 0 jij Sunday tiiuruliiK whlrli resulted In hw death u few hour later. At Uie tunc of IiIn death Wlllluin ll'i-i- i ftiykr mm W ywir old. II x.w Uurn in Dilkmloti mi Ftbrru.iry isiti iiihI srww I Wo young Ii,,ii; xkI in thai i, it but u jimihk num. on Jan. I? 1KJ hi was iiiiUkU In ihhrrliigit MutM Mild i. (I A WlUon, and the iKHiK iMHiplf mine iji lulloii to uuike n.-lThkM Ufa long companion lioiin awu alxmt two yeur ago. In IhS- - h. nun ttrvtt! hs county xnirt c(rk of UiIm county and sen ill ui thul iHc4iy for ftftwn yeuw lci)(ed n MnHler III wtia aftei ward mmuutiom r of tlm Circuit Court kind alHO it number of ywir .Mr Taylor wuh a meinlH-- r of Um kMirmn Odd Fellowa, Kuhlhl of Hon if tho Knight uml ladlt of Honor. jli.mng Imii ii member of tliea lodg m for tunny yiirn. Il wu u life lotiK member of Uie MhIIxmIImI church .surviving Mr Tuylor are one hIh r Ml Uw 'UiyltK, two brother. p luijor K Al Tuylor, of IMdytHle. ki .1 Judge II F Taylor, of thl city. I a two daughter, Mr. J. F. Itoy- p. r nnil Mm II. H. 1u1m. of Cm 11 News. Ih In MeClellan very Hick at vinltlng the fifn Miss Clara McConell Mlssv JollllHOII. U - tx fnuiHlT relatives here Sunday. Art thou a man? a patriotT look around. Oh. thou ihalt llnd tiuwa'er thy fooliitrpt Mr. Cornelus Uomlurunt and wife . roam. That land, thjr countrr. nd that apot went to Fulton Monday. Mr. Oun Ilranham wus a visitor In ICIti: la ii nMl of arth thin city Sunday. . tirfinHy blrnt. r iwrfltrr Iot than nil the rvit; A Mr. and Mr. W. A. Naylor visited Wli.ro ihall that land, that aiml of earth B i thr hum. r (ail iur'l rolMon Tin- - TcxiiM funeral aervlvo were held nt IIInsdilfiico, Dr. W. T. Boiling. uf tin Kin. Methodist church dHh 1'iitiK tliu Herman. He luul many friend In Hickman rlio wilt bo Horry to liiiirn Unit lie Is lui longer iiiiiouk tin; IIvIiik- - Hi- - win poxl man. Teachers' Exam, French Dlthet, Bo deeply rooted and (rounded are o In tho belief that French cookery In (bo alno qun non of that art that the luipri'salon lingers afUr the fact has boon demonstrated that though Franco knows much, she doos not know all. Mark Twain, who appreciated a good dinner and had also the courago of his convictions, wroto In his pleasing way, of tho ordinary dinner, served as It Is In Europe by the Frnnch cook: The European dinner Is hotter than the European breakfast, but It haa Inferiorities; U does not satisfy," We must mini It, however, that the French have distanced us In matters of economy They look with dismay upon the hugo roasts and atooks which are found on many American tables. Onion Soup With Eggs and Cream. This Is a delicious soup. Take six white onions, cut fine, and fried a light brown In a tablospoonful of butter. Then add a quart of boiling water and one pint of milk, aoason with a teaapoonful of salt and a dash of pepper, a pinch of maco and a of sugar Cook slowly for an hour and strain; then boat four eggs to a foam, add a cupful of croam, and one tablespoonful of cornstarch mlxod with a little cold water; cook for a fow minutes to remove the raw taste of tho cornstarch, thon add the eggs, as the soup must not be bollod aftor the rggs are addod, as that will curdle tho soup. Cream Mb Fannie hinder vltdted Mrs. i'aullno Muyfleld last week. Mi. Vera Hrad ley, of Columbus, via Itiil Aln. MagKle Mny last week. Mlna Emma Wright 4iltfd her brother Chester a few day last week. Miss Katlo Mllner, of near Fulton, vltdted iMIhh Jensle Wall last week. Mr. Union J. It. Haynea and J. Wray, of City, were visitors here It. W. DoPriest, wife and daughter, of Fresno, Call., are visiting her parAll the leading magazines at Fethe ents. It. E. Polk and wife, on route 1. & French's. Crops are looking very good since the rains and a much better yield Is Cue Threlkold has been on the assured than seemed possible during sick list thl week. Uie dry weather. Sun Bros, circus will exhibit In J. II. Gray Is building nnother large Hickman, Spt. 18th. barn. Mr. Gray Is a eplendld farmer Margaret Flour, none better. and beUeve In making arrangement Fire departments are necessary and ifor caring for all farm product. & Prather. ave much property, but they cannot D, H. Toombs doing some good be relied upon always. Although they II. G. Hale returned Sunday from a road Improtement near Coombes' may put out the fire, water may do business trip to Nashville. Spring. When It comes to fixing as much damage as the fire. Flro McKee Johnson left Tuesday for culvert and bridges Dan can lay a Insurance protects you against the Nashville to pend a few daya. loss by fire aa well aa the losa by that Is worth copying. liattern water damage. A fire insurance polJ M. Linn, of near State Line, wUl A. J. Walker, carrier on route C, icy In a reliable company with a rep inovo to Hickman this week to reside. has begun the erection of a new e utation for fair dealing and prompton the lot recently purchased ness Is your MImi Azilo Itay ha returned from best protection. We (from C. I. I lagan. He Intends mov a visit to friend In Brighton. Ark. only such companies. ing Ills family from Clayton Just as K. It. Ellison, wife and Mrs. C. P. econ as completed. R. T. TYLER, Agent Shumate are In St. Louis thl week. J A. Townsend, P. C. McMullIn Meet your friends at the Lyric Sat liax? Just put In new gasoline enurday night. Good pictures at popu gines to pump water, grind corn. etc. lar prices. They Invite friends and neighbor to I furnish my medicines and como and have a drink of fresh pure guarantee a cure in... Doyle Journey, Ed Smith, Geo. water. Mr. Townsend offers some llradberry and Tom Field spent Sun- thing very fine aa he ha Just finish Founders, Colic, Bola day In Tlptonvlllo. ed n new well 229 foot deep. Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Mrs. Alex. BarneB and children have Uncle Peter McMullIn and family. Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil returned from a month' visit at together wlti his Uiree sons, Henry, Weak Eyes, Sharbon Threo State. Jim and Calvlh, and families, had a i and Lockjaw. E. C. Johnson I homo from a pleas-ur- e famUy reunion at tho home of O. L. Collins, Sunday. The beat thing on I own my hospital and am ready for trip to ChatUuiooga and other Uie program waa Uio splendid dinner olnt In eat Tennessee. business. prepared by Mrs. Collin, who Is a Save from H to 12 a thousand on niece ot Mr. McMullIn. 23otla. your shingles by buying direct from R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian roUl.-- C. M. Yate Hhlatle Co. Farmers are asking what Uie cotton HICKMAN, KY. Mr. It. L. Bradley aud non. Mark, situation will be In Hickman thl fall. or.- - home from Charleston, Ills., where Frankly, we do not know. But we itliey ha Friday morning Mr. B. T. Davis been visiting relaUve. do know that Hickman dealers can pay as much as any other cotton buy- entertained In honor of her guest. T. A. Ledford Is digging a half Aliases Goff and King. Rook, music mile ditch Uirough his farm near Big ers, and It should be done. An effort should be made to bring all of the and cooling refreshments with Uie Slough, preparatory to UUng and pleasure of meeting her charming cotton In thl section to Hickman. draining. guests made the morning with Mrs. Davis a very pleasant one. Who I your clothes doctor? No lietter place than White Bros. We It Is high Ume the commercial club Phono VEGETABLES know our buslne, do our work well was getUng down to business. We and guarantee satisfaction. What mor PRODUCE are letting some of our neighboring do you want. Z C. H. MOORE towns "run under" us with factories FRUITS (that should (be located at Hickman. Gen. Tyler lias returned from St. This Is a strictly business proposition Ixiuls. where lie pent two weeks under .treatment of an ear specialist. TIME TABLE C, M. A Q. R. R. and we should wake up to Its importance. The General' hearing had become (Effective June 4, 1911) wore Uian uua, but he was greaUy Miss Goff, of Chevy Chase School 6:30 a. m. Leave Hlokman benefitted by tho St. Louis specialist for young ladies, Washington, D. C, 8:30 a. m. Arrive Dyersburg and Mrs King, of Corydon, Ky visW. J. Hannon, Tom Berry, Marlon 2:00 p. m. Leave Hickman ited Mrs. B. T. Davis lact week. llunnycut, and Luther Maddox re 6:00 p. m. Arrive Dyoraburg turned from a projecting trip In tho 9:00 a. m. Leave Dyersburg There's only one tailor In Hickman vicinity of Okolona, Miss., Sunday. 12:00 noon Arrive Hickman phone 138 for cleaning .and prcsav They were delighted with Okolona and 6:30 p. m. Leave Dyersburg Schmidt. Uu Tailor. the Mirrounding farm lands, and .may 8:30 p. m. Arrive Hickman locate at Uiat place Ask for Margaret Flour. G. M. ROSS, Agent. day. Cotton picking wUl begin In a few r JPIafecdbn th 1 resl-dei.e- rep-rese- nt LOOK! LOOK! Flioiioa f f b. M and Mrs. S. T. Itoper, of Hickman vIhII(-his brother Joe Itojier Sunday. 1 Curl Freeuuin and sister, MIhh Lois, visited their tdater Ulamili WriBlit one nlglit lat week. MIhh Sola Iloach left Sunday for her home at Corinth, Lis., after visit I ilk relative here. Mr. Jeftlu 1'owoll, of Oakton, visited her mother, Mrs. Henry Hurriis, few days last wek. I too no Johnson Is at homo again after several week stay at Shannon, Mis., where he wa employed In a Can You Believe Your Own Eyes? Our final clean-u- p of seasonable goods, starting tomorrow morning, offers such extraordinary bargains that you might doubt their genuineness until you see the goods and examine them with your own eyes' The values are here, every bit as good as we advertise them to be. Those who are shrewd enough to come quickly will get the biggest bargains of a life time. telegraph office. Ned Atteberry, Joo Wall, Ilurbert and lkb Johnson went on Uio excursion to Nashville Friday returning Sunday moruliiK. Hev. A. M. Wess, of MoinphU Tenn., who has been holding n revival iutlng here, left Tuesday. Uro-the-r Wens Is u fine revival kit and wo I hut" to see him leave sohoou. wl contlni;e tho meotlng. 1 Fritter. Take one quart of milk, one cup of Tcnchore' cxumlnatloa will be held sugar, ono tablespoonful of butter, a it the Court Houso In Hickman, Aug. half traapoonful of salt, a cup of 18 and 19. blanched and chopped almonds, flavor Tho examination for colored teach- - with ornngo. Scald the milk, add a tablespoonful of cornstarch mixed tru will bo hold August 25 aud 20. with a llttlo cld milk. Add tho sugar, liKlnla I.utun, 8upL butter and salt and cook ten minutes. eggs, spread Then add six an Inch thick In a butterod pan and cool. When firm cut In strips an Inch Progressive Citizens. wide and three Inches long; roll carefully In flno crumbs, dip In beaton egg In fact everyone those daya, seek and fry In deep fat. Drain on paper svo tlmo and the tolopbone la and servo hot. to sroatost Utncaaver that baa evur mm Inrontod. It la InatantAnooua. Tlu Woman' Korean Missionary rou can aond and recolvo your moa- Society of tho Methodlm Cliunh will Wko at Uio mjdo time. It brings dla- with Mrs. MorkIo Hnmllo Frint IUca and towns within your meetiifU'rntMin at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Joe-Hi- e day 'itch almost Instantly. It connect Uratisfonl, of Fulton, duuriot uii locally with evoryono of promt' will bo iinwnt and oxldrew unco. If you have not a tolophono kullos on Uio subject of Mission. t Uio Cumborlunil Tclophono & Tolo-nip- h tho inemlxir aro requested to bo pres.All Company, call our manager lm ent. iwllatoly for rate and Information. If you tiM tho Doll aorvlco you are lluxtur llmwner wa fined $10 and the center of tho entire Boll ays- - cost by Judgo Nuylor thl week for K'tn, connecting with over five mil lllurblng worship at Deech Grove, Hon tolophoaoa and overy Imperatnt Sunday night, Aug. C. City and town In tho United Statoa. -Doirestlc Coal, oil gradoa, from I2.G0, Cumberland Telephone A Telegrapl up. Phono 186. aw 'Ompany, Ineeraeratoe1. well-beate- Light Pants Worth $5.00 now 2.50 now... - Straw Goods 3.50 1.80 $4.00 hats now $3.50 $3.00 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 " " " Stanley Means, tho young farmer, who murdered Jesse Workman, an iged man near Dresden a few months ago, wo convicted In Judge Jones' court Saturday and was sentenced to hung, tho date of execution being K for Friday, September 2a. J. It. Urooks, of Greenfield, Tenn., was hero Tuesday looking tor a residence. Mr. Urooks will open a new Jowelry storo In the Montgomery building Uw latter part of next week Ho expects to move bis family hero In n short time. A' bill making It a misdemeanor for a womun to wear In church a hat more Uian two feet wide wns Introduced Into tho Georgia legislature by Senator Edwards. That would be a good law. Rompers at 1-- 2 Price $1.50 Linen color now 75c l.OOwhite " 50c ." ' 50c colored now 25c 35c colored, now 20c A large assortment of odd collars and good styles. Your choice 10c Boys $1.50 hats.. $1.00 " 75c 25c every day hats, your choice in fact, everything will 75c 50c 40c 10c Don't delay, every hour means smaller assortments sold in a short time. be H. E. CURLIN The House of Quality Aire. Jno. Ray left yesterday Fulton to visit rolaUvoa. for 'Ij-- ' v- - r Net Results trelf. '" of Session, Many of us aniss tho Joys that might be ours by keeping our eyaa fixed ou thoso of other people. No on can enjoy hid own opportunities for happl-neg- a while holseuvious of another's. Wo lose u great dual of the Joy of living by not cheerfully accepting the tunall pleasures that oumo to u every day. The nun and woman who try to moke their homo the moat intcrttitlng epot on earth for each other, and for their friends and those who are near and dear to them, have but occasional use for the club. It is to them, like tho theatre, a pleasant place Xa eutor now and then but not a spot to dwell in Ellison Bros. The Keynote of the policy of this store Is Service To give you what you want, when you want it, and just as you want it. To deliver your goods to you promptly, to sell you only goods that have quality, to give you, in fact, not only full value for your money, but the very best values possible. In other words, our whole aim is to please you, and that is why we say Tln Oongresa which Is now on u,. eve of ndjotiruiuuiit lias not in pltHhcd much In tho way of nmki law but this Is In n largo inmm. dm- - to the vuto of liUU by PresM. n Tuft Canadian reciprocity wii brim, h as nmr reality an Uio nxocutlte .. mi could i legbdathe department vntico it; tntohooi wns iofiiird r, Nw Merle i nnd Arizona; Mitnri n 1: The world Is full of women who can amuse the ordinary man. Can sing dance or reditu for him; an paint write or decorate in a manner moot pleading, but the poor umn often goes begging for a woman who can sew on button or mend bis clothes; Who can cook his food with economy and flavor it to his taste. The children whowo horzon is u who must play ou cobblo brick stones and go swimming ju Uie canal and be chased by the jollce, if tiny l, Your Money Back If Not Satisfied We will thank you very much to tell us if anything is not right, in order that we may correct it. Lee Ellison publicity legislation wtut nmie4.i ,, n form tmtlsfiiotory (o its niiMt u est adWKiiicM; provision won 111.. i. hotisp of rprvn-- i for mi enlnrgi-UlHed UpOll till! lust OWIMHM. .11 ,i titttt ti othr incisure of minor m. rtuuce were pons.!. Two l art ft bills, one luntovtaltr diu ing the- diluting dultcw oh iki ..1,4 and wiHdin goods of all cImm Hit other ihiwIiik on the frw i.i nrtuieti of nuielilnory nltd tool uit by fanners, uiid tunemll to Uh.i.i. insmy other Items, were vtrfnwd in Prudent T11 ft.. nit UriwiU nrbltnitlou trwiltes d ft-- (lr.nl 10 y nml Franco were . 1.' by Tttll. lu ilii-nsfttnl a frisjid wIcohm- - i miisi- - Hi- - tipper Iiohho etHtrt)d Hi on.- - (irovMon of the t rootle umiri-- i Mrtlniii lr Ulf it KM roiMttMllllolin) pftMOHUtiv Friction In tU djmrUttHt of . lo not grow up to be ideal citizens, shall we of hollur mumorlus sit in judgement upon them? Shall we nut Try, t Just Once rkiillure romember the weight they carry u tho race uf life And be thankful we jhululhi beautiful ounty of our? Somu courage is needed to be these brands of goods. And, remember, they don't cost you a cent if you are not satisfied. Each one is the best of its class. n pure fiMMl one of ntauy liivwntliuilloim orMiu Ihtf tu tin- IKtiinxTtiUc Imhim" aiMi ot-loiintry w1di UMt Ik H'lon of w14)ir tht nctlrHi- - otr tbs linn foriiiMt at tt. law bMii ttirmi . ml! r ' Ur llar.y iniit'it IIMIlle j W WIWy. l pure food vxprt, Im- - - ' IIU'ffvUv natur al and a higher kind of courage, too, than that which' marches behind the safe end of a gun. That moral your ugu which is not intimidated by ap pearauce nor cowud by custom is a finer article than the daring of the speculator, or the btuady nerve of the Koldler in physical peril. It takes iirawvry of the beat stamp to bo true to oneself. Woud that our charities could strike deeper, seek to humanize as well as feed, encourage and reanimate as well as clothe. We arc all of us apt to gather oar 'skirts about us, hold our soses and avert our eyes iwhile we hand out our garments and our bread, be the soul that is inspired enough to go dow u into the Mhadows and lend a helping baud. To ibe very poor, and yet carry a clear ambition and hope Jlfe and keep-alivis like seeking to set a white rose rawing in the bosom of a coal pit, Ble-kkoe Belle of Ava Flour Lightning Self Rising Flour Shaker Bread, fresh daily. Boca Coffee Robin Brand ' Canned Goods and Packages ? f Greater Hickman. Col Walter U Drown nnd kU worktrs Iwve aloUl HhWh! grai the rtreets, letting Ih mwm innLinK oUtor linprofwHUMrtii in Now liidiiHtrlnl Uuurtiu Addition. ' more Umn lx wiwVs of eoiiUnu..-operati.. -- on. Red Band Candies Lee Ellison. vietk has iwr u wonderful (diaugt) In the pine. a pnttler luwmM onniMl Thl StntiM. All tho strmrts bnv itintwii up In (ha fMHttNT and .11 tinH-- t bf" H ( -- ' affording .in- it) far lh iiMind in ihbi 1 neary 1m gnt Ih dHt, and dnitimgo. wtrtH' st4H, Htot w1dt tun w utie of upbrb The school boy sould really learn (the lemon that the ripest, biggest iCherrJes are the top and that nine out of ten of bis fellows will bo crowd nr und national When Clip Iiouh-rtht Uie entire country will b right The questions that effect thn moraH nml purity of our homes are the niil and vital questions. The voters who o out from moral, pure men In office iwho will give us honest and pure railroad and tariff regulations. All we is moral nnd pur homes M) as to supply us Willi a majority of the voters. NEW FRENCH T0Y8. nd ing for places to pick around the base of the tree where the small, wormy fruit grows. There is plenty of room at the top; there are plenty of cherries growing there. The lucious fruit is ready for the picking and over smiles a iwelcomo to the hustler to climb up The best and obtain possession. things In life require considerable ffort to get, and tliat's why the Btrougettt men and women have them. It is not pleasant to record the truth that tliero tiro mothers, who Suive sacrificed motherhood to worldly ambition, and the most happy iwomen on earth ore those who have set aside r filial ties in order to live lives of social frivolity, and the time comes to all such, when tho bloom of youth iforsakcH the cheek, and the fire of youth dies out of the eye. Such often a urn to their homes for sympathy and dove, ony to find that they too have vanished, nnd when It is too late the bad truth .dawns upon them that they are unuonored and unloved. The path of duty is the only safe path, let it Xmi ever so thorny, und tho only safe suldo-boarJo!nta to tho Christian home. d The homo that posseswe a cheerful wife nnd mother Is not only 11 verlt- olo haven of rht, but the safe har bor whose beacon light will guide her bread winners safely iusl nil rocks anil shoals with unfailing certainty The woman whose cheerful spirit can ako that "bravo attitude toward life" tliat enables her to bear courageously ithu Inevitable burdens of her life's environment; that strengthens her determination not to fret or worry those wlio, for her sake, ore fighting the hard battles In tho world, has reached that nUitudo that proclaims her price above rubles; and ior Infill- within tho limits, of Uie four walls onco and example nro not felt only Hlie has mndo tho unassailable bulwark of state nnd society, n happy lioine, but reach to thoso she knows not of. It is the iporson rather than the occupation that adds dignity to labor. There aro thoso Who can beautify the most menial occupation or service and there are others wlio can detsmdo the st honorable calling. 1 ago M Leplne, tho prefect of pollco, organized an Minual toy competition, and tho top that wins k prito becomes, bo they say, hallmarked and la certain to attract attention. Tho chief feat nro this sennon la called Lo Circuit do I'Est, thus named aftor the great acroplnno rnci through France a few month ngo It la very cleverly contrived nnd shows a biplane and a monoplane rovoltlng at a great speed around a church long; Not Intenirban Coming, lleiiderwiu. Ky , ALL ADORNED WITH FLOWERS Innumerable Designs for Millinery Trimmings Have Found Favor With ParUUnt. Would jou know the flowers that are being mndo by tbo thousand over jln Paris no that thoy may blossom wit on the millinery of tho French woiih-hFirst of all. thrro are the small June roses In pink, rich red and el- ? Aug l That Amrr-Ico- plans mic been nvnilw by the ateoplo. Anothor contrlrnnce, half toy. half race game, consists of four aroplnnea turning round a mnat and rising ono abovo tho other It contains th genuine Bportlng element, I noticed, too, that wild beasts are plentiful, especially bears and tigers, although rnon keys also aro very well represented. Altogether toys havo boon very In geniously treated this year. From the Ccutlewoman. THE VATICAN OBSERVATORY. The Vatican observntory camo Into existence shortly before 1C82. when Pope Gregory XIII succeeded In amending tho calendar. Tho Council of Nlcea In A. D. 325 hni assigned March 21 as th.o dato when tho sun entered tho sign of Arlos, but as Alfred Parr points out, the day was not really a fixed one, nnd by Gregory's tlmo tho accumulated error which amounted to ten daya, seriously nf. reeled thodnto of Easter Tho really active phano of the observatory's work began after tho Jublleo of I'opo Leo XIII In 1888, when a sclontinc was held and among tho pres- ,enia received oy mo Vatican was a number of metoreological and asThe latter tronomical Instruments. are now housed In domes built on tho imasslvo turrets forming part of tho fortifications erected in tho ninth by Leo IV. ccn-tury Violets aro answering the call nnd aro now being sold In all shades of Ipurplo, yvllow nnd white. It you wish Lilacs. In white and lavender: wis tarla In Its graceful, drooping form, nnd delicately tinted hydraiigoos are hero to be massed on crowns or to form huge bunches on largo straw shapes. Moss rosos BJid llHrsjf ,aro so frequently combined on a hat that these flowers aro sold In bunohes over In Paris already massed In their wltlto nnd colored forms. Popples In the light pink, tho deep red nnd tho glowing yellow colors nro to bo picked from tho counters In le acceleratel. slnglo and That frolght business would enior ipopples. doublo form. Cerise velvet largely in the (iilciilnllon of the com- 'with onlyImmense In slxe, for tho hat ono flower, aro much In depany hotwiN-OweiiHboro and mand. was, he declared, the btOlof not itatlng Uiu oompany'H plans. intt-rurUi- u tho-vnllo-y Illek-111111- 1 Tniullon rnmimny, of IndkiH- npotlH. Ind., to dH(ip liMerilrlwn lines In WVHtrrn Kentucky wMch wtll with th- - nlrendy pbhhhhI. xtlHl from Owemdxiro to Hit .MIstHlpp river ut illckumii, Ky.. wim Unlay from a rellnle miuree Tlie proponed lines of the Indiana company would kxipimI from lleiuler- son west to Unlontown and Paduraih, touching numeroim luiportaiil towiiH, und from Midumh to lllekmnn. An offiotnl of the eomimiiy said that If the ronleniplatwl lines of the llenderwm art) IhiIU. as well ns the pi nil H of tho recelitl) foruud i:nnHllle, Henderson und Owenslmro Hue are carried tsit, th 'otiKtriM4lon of tin contemplated lines of his company west from here will tartil (low niindcs. moMe ilrhen to Im fouwl In KeHtitoky with unrivaled ry thrown In. It lias imt the comimiiy an llielMW-- Mini of HHMiy to build H Umt Uiy wilt itfrrrtii. but ww MMfdy M'itl In lncrn- valiwi Walks And lhy nr not done i)tHtl be Ml 4uid ! Klwnlfw l"Hrk th lMwutyNM Hip addition, will U glVfii n of the ktiidMiipe arthri'M haivillw Tin tluliistrhil lagtio In hound nr lltr -- k this fiuH ihiw limn ovor Jief orw. 1 II In tho who Iwive not thirty dn)M onHtiot form tin lilwi r the iHNillly mldml to lh iin. W'm nro mor oonvliic! ! 1hii ndtii 'l ' by I h retwnt lmiMitniii(M. Ut liroerty Itself merit (J. W Phol Its lxnt nderi and 9h(l son-in-la- 1 SIMPLE PORTFOLIO. Phone 38 for groceries. West Hickman Cash Grocery (MclhcnyS Old SB fr nerwi of t boUoui land from S. L. D(Mh. ki !() nu iutp. It might not be out pliue to give tilt side of this I" ns nn vxnnil4. of the rnpUlly ereoHlng values of laud In this Hon Tills land sold seven inon sgo at 110 an uoni to C. M. Y. i Mr. Dodds bought It a short word, paying ,t0, nnd yelenli was Mld for I '). Gnu jou flgur n lMtter luvevlnieiit thnti F11II011 v ty soil? chased ytttfrdfiy wmm-G ft . Stand) Mrs. John Dillon, Mrs. Schroedcr, of Louisville, Misses Carrlo and Mildred Kaiunge, Annlo Sherron, Maggie only Our political speakers appeal Sherron, aertrude, and Messrs. Hu Ao partisan feelings nnd your tioeket-book- . go and John Fothe. Wo havo yet Vou never hear them using to hoar from thoso owning watermel- their eloquenco In an honest endeavor 011 patches In that vicinity. no better our homes which are tho (foundation stones upon which rent all Fifty years guarantee on Oneida our laws and institutions, both state Community Silverware. H. ifclw. Co. There should live In tho dopths ot everyhuumn heart one warm and sunny spot where nestle the Images of oarly love and tho sweet remembranc es of childhood home. The memory of those first impressions made upon tha baby's mind and heart will live forever. Oh, how fleeting are days of childhood. Dear mothers, shall you .permit yourselves to bo so "cumlered about much nerving" that the rich garden of your child's soul will He neglected with foul weeds choking out all worthy and beautiful growth? Hickman Chapter. Illckuinn Glinptor, No. IK. will hold n apfdiil mvutliiK on Thursday, Auk. VI. lull, Work In It.' at TM p A.'.Dcgrvo. Staple and Fancy'Groceries We Sell Cheaper for Cash. The city council of Fulton has cliliil to grnnl lloeimes for the of near-bee- r In that" oily whU-liuilly niKius any old kind of b The license oharge Is $fi()0 n ) Fulton will soon bo In a class " Memphis, wi far ns the booze lion Is concerneil, h 11 8AIL0R3 FIGHT FOR LIFE. The following spent a most enjoyable afternoon at Dorenn, supper on Uie ground being enjoyed by all: Kev. 8. J. Aiensa and brother, Mr. and Mm. Harry Threlkeld, Mr. and Mrs. (Jus Moore, Mrs. James Stahr, tho steamship Mascot during a rccont voynge, when tho cargo of mlclum carbide went on Jlro. Calcium earbldo gives ofT, when wetted, tho ncotyleno gas now so largely used for Its illuml nntlng powor, nnd when tho Mascot encountered a henvy storm off tho Dogger Hank, the drums of tho dangerous substnnco exploded, and tho wholo foro part of tho ship becamo enveloped In names. Tho waves broke on bonrd nnd drovo tho flaming drums of enrbido among bales of wood pu'p Tho dock and bulwarks becamo but nevertheless tho crew bravely facod tho task by throw Ing tho burning enrgo overboard, and heaved 37 tons of earbldo and 26 ton of wood pulp into tho sea. red-ho- A torriblo peril faced tho crow of FLOUR Sans Pnriel, per bbl. " Star C. (Aroh) Btublw. of St. here Uio guewt of his father old Hickman friends. Arch has l away from Hickman most of time for the ikihI 1 years, and. linderstnnd, Is doing wll In the M sourl metropolis. A Is 1 (J. W. Moneso was hero from '' Sold under a strict guarantee. rying music, drawing, etc., ia shown In tho accompanying sketch, nnd It A slmplo portfolio, sultnblo for car- eo ye4erdny. Purity " $5.00 4.50 4.00 W. T. Grissom or Amerlcnn cloth, llnod with ennvas nnd bound nt tho end with braid or narrow ribbon. Tho small skotch on Uio rlght-hnnsldo shows It open to its full extent, and that portion marked "A" should' bo stiffened with cardboard, sown In between tho cover nnd the lining. Lyric Saturday Night. d Is constructed entirely In ono pleco. It enn bo made In art serge, cloth Engraved Catling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc Jit Courier Office. See samples. Cayce Milling Co. Our Motto- MEi Ill II I I Heard On the Streets ..i.,.,,...4..t.,..,..,n.4..t..t. Markle'a showboat next Wednesday. PURITY and HIGHEST QUALITY Sullivan Ilroe. gains. Nelson lUggs Greenfield. Schmidt, ItnlUUona. All the the bouse of barbaa returned from Bewar of We mill high qunlity grain only, low grade and smutty wheat not received. The public will plcane bear this in mind. the Tailor. latest magazine at Fetbe exhibit I H H H "" i V U Good Weather to Paint C Don't put off painting till next spring. Mj Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs On this basis we solicit the patronage of the public ft French'. at to- n Robinson's clrcim will Fulton, Sept. G. WKATHKR: Probably showers day; fair Friday. H H H v Gi Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Miss Illrdlo Glover, of Union City, Is visiting Hickman, friends. is tho Miss Iktislo Kvans, of Canton, Miss, ' giier.1 of Mrs. J. Q. Adams. Cayce Milling Company I Hoys School Suits low prices all colors. at remarkably Sullivan Bros. I I H I I ' g ft Weather conditions arc good; no long spring rains to soak into the lumber and jeopardize good results ; no gnats and flies io stlclt t0 the 'resh ')ainl ' the Palnl ')Ut on now gives protection against winter Sherwin-Williams l Mfe MQF I loll loi 1 I tl V) Paint 9 I I H I I I H I H H I ,,J j i' &$ i3t w 's thc sa'est Pant to use. It gives the best protection at the smallest cost. If you're going to paint this fall let us talk to you about S. W. P. aw C3 nj f Ht til w Tho Str. Harry Lee sank Tuesday Landing, below Mem-'phi- s "SmX. I sold &y I I ITTl 'F1 - 'V .... V "I1 I I ....... W ITT in 1TI ........ I I .. I ; Dirk Bono, otic of K. I). Johnson's tenant, brought lu Uw first load of ! ! . !!M I' M cotton to go on tlio Hickman market 1.000 in'W brick for thin year. Tlio cotton cunio In early Hill M K Rimo ( -i than etiht Mr IiIh morning, and wiim of good tpial-My- . C. 8. Drivor. of DrlverH (rln, mar tOlt 8ALK. A few choice lots in llwt purehawir. Tbo Io.d viul);li'd ltr, re Audition. For parUculnni Inioiindn. ! .1 re nt thU office. ' Wo uro infoniRil Unit tills Ih the NTSi:i) Hlimll residence loitil "tirllitit cotton vr rtiiclnil boro, bi ii good neighborhood, or X or 1 uu- - 4hk about ten da) 8 nliiiaU of nil furnished rooms Courier of f toe Ip rwords. Ily tbh tlmo nuxtwuek CMiimldfrnble of tbo flut-oHtajilo hIU Onu gold cuff ImUon with Ii LOST ctMuliiK In. monogram, "II. I.. A." Flmlwr plwise return to thlaofflcu or II. 1.. Ambon:. III A Couricp Want Column Week. ItVTKrt On lnt Word II..I. Ill ir Mt u iwr .Ik . II First Load of Cotton. Mm Oeo. Weatherly returned from a visit with Dukedom friends yester- day. (lid M. WnlKOinott, formerly of Fulton, died at Texarknnn, Tex., Tups-daII. C. Helm and family left for Gibson Willis, Tuelny, to spend a few days. Mrs. C. II. Mtoro returned yesterday .from n visit with tv!nUvo In Union V. I I 8U: !! Hickman Hardware Co. I INCORPORATED r- I 2,-1- City. rising. urday. Is for-uit- tr RIVKR: Cairo guage rends 11.7. Will begin falling before Sat- Cayce Milling Co, Incorporation papers were filled will County Clerk Roper Uils week, by t, J. W Naylor and E. E. and C. A. incorivoratlng the Cayce Milling Company undor tho laws of Uio Statu of Kentucky. Tlio company Is Incorporated for Uio par value of die shares being J 100 each, and owned equally by Uie ubove named gentlemen. The company is authorized to deal In hay, grain, and farm products, flom meal, bran, etc., and to mill products and build and operate a mill at Cay-CThe office of Uie company is designated as Cayce. Bon-durjn- Hurt at Mengel. E. D. WilllamB, an omploy of tho Mengel Box Co., working pn a skid-wahad a log to fall on his rujht leg yesterdny morning and break Uio bone In two vlaces between Uie knee and ankle. Drs. Hubbard & Bla dressed his wound, and he Is getting along alright considering the severity of the accident. A special from Hopklnsvllle snys: All manner of devlcea aro hi imo by O'Rear Will speak. Judge O'Rear, Republican candldato for Governor of Kentucky will speak at tho Lyric, in Hickman, Tuesday evening, August 23th. The Judge has a reputation for being a very entertaining speaker, and our people should turn out and hear him. Everyone cordially invited. On Thursday morning of last week, Miss Jessie Outen entertained a large niece, litUe Miss. Clara Marguerite number of little girls In honor ot her Johns, of Corinth, Miss., who has been vlsltltlg them several weeks, Roe punch was served as the guests arrived, and later cream and cake. The progressive rook games were much enjoyed. Miss Cora Horry, of Woodland Mills the guest of Mrs. S. K. Davidson tills week. Try our A. A wiiHhed roil ii ml oik- - 8 VLB j Olio 8 ywir oVl mule yitir old inula. Terms to wiMiiilIng Tax Notice, I'ay your Stato, County and School laxtm now ad ntt ilium of collco- - cooking coal. Uni- unit or will trodo for J M Roper uiultti. 2p form size lumps; an dust and dirt. Fnrls. FOR SALK: 1 team work muli, (Ion. ono aafo buggy maro, 2 No. 1 milk cou, alo Littleton oed wheat and old corn -- W, 11. McGhce, route i. (uul Tbrwti good hoiwes SALK well linked lu West Hick-liiu- n AlmoM now. Will soil cheap F. M. Pio-ur- n turuiM mid oti Why not use dusUeAS coal for cook-luA. A. Furls has (lie roal article hull M School Announcement. GoaldtT Joliawm. nt the right price. Sbtirlff, Hilton Couu'y Swim Burma bought 80 acres of bind from S. L. Dodds this week. It is located in tho bottom. Judge O'Reur, Republican canklate for Governor, will speak at tbo City Hall Tuesday, Aug. 2U, 8 p. m. horsemen to secure Immunity for their nnlmnls from the bite of a small green fly that In Uio last woek or so h.u. Infested this region. V.y tfo 117 acrt Uyid. FUK BALE. mile northwest of Jordan, 100 acre In cultivation, well Improved. Term to suit purchmcr. W. C. Sow oil, 1(3, P Hickman lo In nildlllon to tbo regular couro, lik'kiuau Colli'Ko tlibt yoar will bavu l tbo followtiiK Vocal and limtruuioutal Mualc. KPt-da- FOR SAI.K at a genuine bargain. Oik moot market refrigerator In good r jwilr, too larKO for our trade. For further Information oddrvHa Klmbro, Joiiree Co, Moscow, Ky tfo Gardie Anderson Dead, Death of Gardie Anderson . Willie win of Mr. mid Mr at IiIm home Saturday Anderson dl-CUUSeil lllllg ill 'J ' I'ntli w from fever moMIIiik on lib hIimiuwIi tuuue Unic ago Tin dlwaim gnidii nlly went from IiIh Htoninoh to lit Tin- Ordinarily nets are uwkt, and liverymen Hickman BaptbU Church, Sunday, have found no insecticide that will Misses Lyto and Carrrlo Muy Held are visiting Mrs. Joanti Manuel and August 27th: SundaytK'liool at 10 ii deter tho fly at all. Furmers have other relatives near Dorenn for two in. preaching at 11 o'clock, evening been seen In town here driving mules Mr. and Mrs. Mlntlow Jones and lorvlce nt 8 o'clock. Every member completely encoded In sacking1, tho Frvucb. weeks. of the church Is especially Urged to coverings for the legs consisting of little daughter, left yesterday for a (Icrmau. Mo , The State KlecUon Commission will be present at the 11 o'olock service. rastoff trousers, the effect being most visit to hei brother in (Irixik. They will also visit in East Palrle moit In Frankfort next Saturday to Tl.o pastoi will preach on a theme ludicrous. KlootiUou. name tlio county election commls- - of vital Interest to every Christian. and Cairo before returning home. MUs Ilookkuoplng. Bob Johnso'u, a sect'nn foreman for Bulah Conner will accompany them slonow. Wo extend a cordial Invitation to Sborttiand. tin- - N C&K '... was fined 130 to New Madrid where she will visit Wlngo Pastor. Ty powiltliiB. Walter loe. Harry and Alllbon nil. Spurgeon this woik by Judge Mjylor for draw Mrs. Bonner Williams. 1'unmaiitiblp. Brown left for Uieir homo In Jack Fred Hadley, of Morehouse, Mo., Ing a pistol on a r ic who cu-'And advantages of tbo now library. son, Tenn., yesterday, nfler a short Fifty years guarantee on Oneida who has been visiting his brother, him. Tlit negro, as Jordnn was Tbo lllb School Couruu Ih free to Brown. George Hadley, Is visiting In Fulton. fund ?lj fcr the offi rso. Coirmunlty Silverware. H. Hdw. Co. ull puplU In Fulton County. The Ferry boat Dixie has been from sem to stern and Is Shi' imiMt ln't In- - left In 'Ik- - dnrk. IU ruady to tako care of the general nut to Ih' fi litbti'iii'd hIic m.ixk Wonii'ii nri- - nfnild f tin ilnrl. ferry business. iliMilh ! Hett I.H ,, and utrniiKi' iIorh Mrs. Dee Hold and daughter, Mist wiilTtil IVIit Itnini'. xiilmim l'iuril Frankyi Held left Tuusday night on Klne I'eters Leo to visit relatives in St ' '".' f"r ""it "I'll Kl I am i Li for two weeks. rmtiil Hit iiwrlffiit 'i(" l 'i iiiil.-d " " ." - Ji jKxir boy fell iimIi-or slumio Into tho arum W. It. Marklo's thow boat will play Jemw ChrW to guide n leturii oiiKnKouu'iil in Illukiunn on i.f our lilm through tho Vnlloy of Ikiith that Wediittwlny uvuiiIiik. Aug. 30Ui. This 1h to come. popular floaUtiK playbouso will foa- I)(ciiwil viiiultl have boon twunty tuniamuslinl comedy cntltliil "Mark-leSoIkkiI Dayn." Tboy will al inirs old noil January. Tlio Tendor-fiKi- t now BKH!liiltUH by his parents, two He tinp art mid xvittioiit fiir linl Tiione 1S5 and for atrial order of our iluvMcss cooking coal. No slack, no big lumps. Irearod esiK'clally for kltobeii uw, A. A. Furls. Tlio Baptist Missionary Society will nioet nt Uio church next Thursday afternoon, Aug. 31, at 3:30. All members are roposted to bo present. Stoves wW EftiL? ! Ik survived RlHtiTH mill two of Trail, a westom not and a brolhurs, and they Tlio Infant dnaugbter of Kd Willot ot otlnir now onoa. Tlmy alwnyH have tin sympnUiy of their ninny you can But liams and wife, of near town, died likBHi; If thoy don't friends in HiIh mu! hour. Monday and was buried at Browns your nionoy back. vlllo, Tuesday. The llUlo ono was Tbo MonKel llox conipany'H common only 10 days old. Roper's Colt Show. labor luy roll at Hickman reached tlio Mrs. Gardner, of Chicago, will lvo hlKh water mark last Saturday, wbon an art exhibition at Mrs. II. T. Dav tbu UiioukIi w'tiH hIiomh! fG.ItiO.OO is' tomorrow afternoon. Tho ladles Kimt'h Annual Colt Show wllltako wicket Tills Is tbo largest amount of the Kmbroldory Club and all musliUu-on Tui'mlny, Supt. 12. at tbo ei r iwlil hero by nny concern for ic lovers uro Invited. farm flvi inlU'H inHt of IIMnum. Tbo common labor for ono week. Ilealiles C. 3. Shelby a;is there Is at loatt followhiK pri'inlunm will li" Klvim: t'lls tbo '(mHiy paid out about AriHtoorat 0, Oscttiln 110. Mohawk 000 for timber, e,tc, on the mimodato. ono honest mnn In Hickman. Mon JIH, lllnck lloy $12.r.0. Ownura that day, a week ago, be lost a purso roit SAI.K: A nice, now residency $30 and Thursday following do not wiim to turn colts loo.so In (ii east iirt of town. Satisfactory It was returned Intact by Jack Free W lot may bailor thoni. u- for mtikliiK a quick Kilo. - man. nilel miir colli'RO, In KikxI nelRliborbouKlit at a iKintniu. A the Methodist Church Sunday Car! SiJimlt colobmtod bis 2 lib birth IummI. (im bo at 11 a. m. nud 8 p. in., there will bo day Tniwday ovonliw by ontnrtalnlnB Apply at tJilB officii. preaching by tho pastor, Rev G W. a niiinlmr of frliiniln lit an iloant TJie Courier has added moro than Tlnwo who twenty now subscrlboro to its list In Wilson. Ho will also hold services a .n o'clock dlnni'r. bad tho plcaduro of iwrUikliiK of this tho piut week; and that without nny and Sunday School at Kat Hickman Chapel at 4 p. m. uiiiiiptmmit fiiuit woro J II. MlUot. v. "booms." You Just can't keep tho C. C Jobnwon, Dr. K. M. CniUdiflold. City Marshall Wright has a good Courier down. I Wulkur, W. O. MoMIIUm, Oixildor force of men graveling, grading nud Remains of 0 V. Dameron woro putting In sowers on several streets JobiiKon, K. K. Iteoves, J. C. Soxton carried to Martin, Toiin.. on UjJ In Hickman this week. Our streets Spoor. and V. C. u.oriiliiK's train forr burial. are now In better shnpo than they ll.ivo you trliil It that now coal. Hazo Hubbard, of Martlrt, have been for many years. Hickman MIsn wnBlud a.iu Kiailed to regular of hor coualu, has the best set of city office re lu luinpn irtpoclnlly mitcd for cookluir. Tenn., In tbo sm'Ht tho U. S. Kouuedy. Mrs. A. E. A A. -- tmdmgm rY vi'Jr ii3 A $. ft5 .. con-talni- The biggest and best line in Western Kentucky. Let us take your measure ; all sizes and kinds, from the cheapest to the best. Hickman Hardware Co. INCORPORATED ul' Farls. .. J U.fai. i twm jWj AUTOMATIC SIGNAL FOR CAR Operated by Controller Handle Illuminates Sign as Warning to Street Car Passengers. Alu-- C What will be Worn in Suits ? nam Browns are very popular this fall, far ahead of even the ever popular grays, and YOUR HOME Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. 4mS Henry BohcIi Campaiiy's Cl.le.Su Vork represent For the Season of Ninctecn-tlevethe bct the World affords n WALL PAPERS Nr tel j&--- iiv2 T ti IKftt'SMttJlU' UKBlJKIaSS J,tapl bookt ilwwn II or ttilitac in4 iotl ittnct'.t iIcmbmmJ Ttxit it naublltKiaolo titb Imnrduic A otul It! J lo l44ltn (Ires txluw wilt tlleatloa. SJV. "Coven Dodds SAFETY LOCK ON ELEVATORS Object of Device Is to Prevent AccU dtnts Caused by Careless or Intoxicated Persons. The lock horo Illustrated and Invented br L H. Michael of Spokane, Wash., Is adapted particularly for uso on saya SclenUflo American, It Is electrically controlled, and prlsos a pair of magnets, ono of which per Year a, THE HICKMAN Western COURIER KrmtaAi UketheDcw" SPEER A SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Rates $1.00 Subscription August May has ln anted an automatic danger signal for streot car passengers, which, it Is believed, will bo the means of nvertlug accidents. A small "housed" circuit closer, as shown at 13 In tho drawing. Is arranged on top of tho controller box of an electric car, and In tbo path of movement of Uio controller handle, says tho New Orleans Times Democrat This circuit closer, acting la combination with the controller handle, operate to Illumine two sets of advertisements, which may bo I oca tod anywheio Inside or outside the car, but which are preferably located on tho upper and lower plane of the now unoccuplod car roof When the controller handle Is In the "ourrent-onposition and tho car la In motion, one set of adterlisomenU Is Illumined When the car slops to put off passengers and the controller han-dlIs In tho "current off" position Is tho first sot of Advertisements darkened and the second sot illumined, and vice versa. The first set of ads. may be on the lower roof plane and tho second set on the upper roof o LEIBOVITZ'S samples, including the newest and most beauti-tifu- l shades and weaves, are now ready for your are inspection. Blues, and the new blue-grayalso prominently featured, and it will be a hard man to suit that cannot select a pattern from among the five hundred beauties now on display. I am now ready to "show" you. s, HKT OCT 4 ItIO Died in Hickman. V Damcron, ago 70 years, Geo died nt tho home of his daughter, Mrs. Henry Travis, In Southern Heights, Wednesday morning at 4 Mr. Dameron lad suffered from Hrfeht's disease for the past two years, and deuth was not unexpected He was a clUzon of Martin, Tenn and was held In high esteem by hi many friends of that section. Hi that tho end was not far off, Mr Dameron came to Hickman ubout two weeks ago to bo with his daugh- Tyler the Right Man. Automatic Danger Signal. plane, or wherever desired With the second sots of ads . the car being stopped, a danger signal may opcrato on tho rear platform, to warn passengers alighting from tho car that another car may bu passing on an adjacent track. Uy a proper contrast of of colors the ads. may be operated day and night The danger signal may bo used or not as desired The sign structure may be as desired, consistent with stsndarlxlng and The death of d ,EJ Where quality reigns higher than price. Illl Bargains in Farm Land. ter Deceased was n member of the Methodist church and tho Masonic lodge The remains wero shipped to Martin and will bo laid to runt In Saletn Cemetery today at 11 with Masonic honors. Deceased Is survived by his wlfo, end nine children. Two of them In tills county Mrs. Travis of Hickman, and Mrs. Klla Travis, at Fulton The bereaved ones have tho sympathy of their mauy frelnds. vbit with Uielr father Walter U. Electrically Controlled Dead-Loc- e controls tho latch, whllo tho other operates the dead-lock- . The push button for energizing the magneto Is located on the elevator and is under control of the elevator The object of tho device Is to prevent accidents caused by careless or Intoxicated persons who might open tho door while the elevator Is still In motion. WORK OF HEN ACCELERATED Electrlo Food Heater Invented to Serve Warm Meale In Chicken Yard at All Hours. Real Estate If T. M. French to Mrs. llw Hoogher. Wm. Bailey of Coldwater, Ky., and Elizabeth How ley, of Oakton, Ky., one half Intercut in building Just went of I.uClede Hotel, S2S0U were married lust Tnewlay. John I.usk to W. K. IMmleton, lots Herman Yates, a negro, was arrest- In Cayce, JU00. 1. A. HoburtHon ed Monday by Sheriff Johnson 20 to S. A. Wllklns. miles west of Hickman, near Mubul. 49'i acres, $2,100. He la charged with sellliu; whiskey S. I.. Dodds to Tom Illaokwull, lot end carrying a pistol. lu Dodds Addition No. I, f I and other consideration. Hlcliinoiid & Ilond Co. to C. U. Wright, lot In lUahiiiond & llond AdLOHGHEGKER dition, sicno. 81. fl. C. II. Wright to Joe Itallnrd. lot In Hlchmoiul lc flond Addition, $1780. Veterinary Surgeon 0. Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Office at Steve Stuhr's Livery darn Levi Georno was fined SG und cot by Judgu Nay lor tills week for breach of tbo peace. Turnip seed In bulk for fall sowing Just received. Hettersworth & BOTH PHONES Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 Finther. Phono 195 Whlto Hros., Cleaners Calls promptly answered night or and Pressors. day. Satisfaction guaranteed. Thoro are all sorts of devices to tho barnyard hen to greater activity In the matter of hor chosen profession of laying eggs. Nearly every chicken raiser has some Individual opinion on this subject, but there ore a great many who adhere to the notion that tho bens do their best work Ui this direction when thoy are given warm feed Tho preparation of this Is a matter of somo considerable trouble, and for tho sake of convenience many owners mnko a com promise by giving the hens a warm meal onoe a day Now. then. If a warm meal onco a day Is good for tho chickens, a warm meal all day long should bo so much tho bettor, and, acting on this suggestion, an inventor has mado Your winter clothing. an electric food heater by which It will be posslblo to servo warm meals bet time to Ihivh Miem nt all hours In the chicken yard. Cur-ro- pntHM-- und rHwlrel. Is conveyed to tho device by your wtirk right. Wliltw means of wlros connecting with tho 1UC. household circuit, and this, passing Into a small electric heater, koops the very deslrablo chicken food at all tlmos. The Invention is also of valuo In the winter tlmo "when the drinking fountains of the poultry yard freeze up in a short tlmo, This beater will keep tho water In proper condition at all times. Tbo amount of current consumed Is said to j be very small. NwwH-llaiuier nt Kentucky Land Tor Sale. (ktnkiit Mt ih.Wlemim without Tract No 1 Ktuhly auro 1 Va "W" a commander In looking over th below lllokmau on Ut, M. U. Ky. Hkiinilon ami! for h hmh itultftfcM to About 79 noree Jn euUHaUoM. balance take the plnee f (Tew. GonUiN. Um In uoimIs Now 4. room hoiMe aud tt of UhIom OMy. Iimt U b4e. WHI take $i,000 for thu bind. )-loHnwHC lo Tract No S Forty acre two in lies Wh.'M it tfHlm lo U MieatkiN of from lllokmau on C. M. Jt (I. Hy. r n to (MHml MurdiHi. a NeH bouse, stable, uio. AImiu Commander of the UhIUI Confederthirty acre lu eulUvnllon, tralauoe In ate force. - fttnnd on Mirer ground (ieneral Tyler, of Hickman, Is at pre--u- t Umber Will take UOOfl for tM I met. Trout No. 3. Farm of KM aers, 1 uhiI 1mt for hmm) yrtirx lxen tit wlle boJow Hickman, ull In cUIa etiiiumiHder of Ustttml KorrHt', the tiitrnt ploUirtMujuw, th ihiH tlon. (Kjvurul Kood hoims und Mnbtos, eta. ItMHteil out fur iincoiiijenihle net of hroM the work) ever saw. General Tyler In MHiiiaml a term of four )ur with good ten 06 tictn. wf Uihi corps U eaHtly the leading awl ant Truot No 4 AboHt 7fc aorsi, two contipleiiouM figure niiumg Ut miBit tenant houses, s(ulil.s, mIo All living ConfederaleM T)ler will Urwg blow (and cuts ) Hut Tyler U lu cultivation. 2Vi miles from Hickman and H mile from Owen Mougb Hwltdi. m of Uie fw who In nclhiH, In 0 per rnrre. In ttmriiti emergeBeie Tract No t. I'uriu of 3SU nores on (a und unooii(iieruUU khIIhh-iry- , . lilg flloujfh, about 7 mlU rrutu could not uiululy brug ami UUi mile of h(Uom, 8 r for w Rwtft, so marvalouM, m ileadly and terrific was the nirrar of Korrwut lu goo.1 teuaut housMa, ntiiblea, iAv. , mid htH niptnlns that anytlilHg loll Hfeotil 1&U nenw In eulthutlou, gmvrl irluirt of the truth. The eI ro.1 ImiIuk built through this land. C per acre. Is UHtUtiocjilly In favTruot No. 7. Farm of ISO aares be or of Capt Henry T)lr on the nest Coiiiuiundur of the UnHed Confederate tweeu Mud Urvuk and Cci)ue, all in otiltlvaUou. Cuod barns, houses 4o. Veterans of the South. I'rU'e uuule on npplloHtlou. t!.-- I'ltKi-- (Vltfed-rult- - NVwH-ltaiuie- dale, Mim About 100 arrvs In at luu, balanru Hi wk1s the k Ium have been rut from It but timber landing con U) worked cruMt ties, states, etc. A nvw imi w'tt coUago with 7 or 8 good tn. . houses, stablee, etc, arttntlan (lowing 76 gallons per niliiulo. take 100,000 for this pleoo of pro) ty. Nun filler lu lUn IM1U. Tbt a tihane for a few Fulton v ly Uiys lo Jit4n Ih ami divide up n gl y uw-tw- pniiK-rt- Tract No. 9. 738 aan three iuh oohi-man- d ir Nl Hlok-iwiu- ril from HeaUiiunn uu Southern Hy . si three wiles from IUmd brnneh Y. &. M. V. Hy.. 1V4 uillcs from u llower river. About 110 acres Jn 0.1 UVttUou. and about 410 acres that k been deadened I ur ( joars. Six setou good tenant house, atabi. eta Will take I1C.000 for IhlJ. terms stntix) on abovo land. Truot No. 10. Forty acres 3 milr mirth or lieattuuau. Will take $10 p uere for this. Will sell any of above land nt per cent cash, baUiiue one to U one to ten, 01m to twenty, one forty years If so doslrt-- d by puroW er. C Hir cent payable annually. AIh forty good brood mart's, br-- . to $1800 Jack that wo will mill ut Itnrguln. Also several good riv;W-ered olUd bull onlvH, and sevri ntRlsterttl llorkshlru boar plgH. 8. L. DODD8. oiwra' i Ally. F. K. Moore, who wii cleniiel nnd Tract No. 8, 2M.S uonm between ed oh for a kidney trouble nt W will do Slate Farm and Houndawuy I'bntu. llle ln4dtnl. Is rMrlod Hnm., phono Hon, Vi mile from Mudlson bruuuh on along HUwJy. and Im wipeeted Y. & M. V. Hy., IS mlleH from Ctarks bImhiI ion duyM Now h th Mississippi Land Tor Sale. a lyoui- - gtrtlln. home ii. ita . . jf We are Pleased to Announce the Arrival of A DISTINCTIVE FEATURE IS VALUE IN THE GOODS Intrinsic sixteen ounces to the pound value first, then that indefinable value known as quality, and that over-ridin-g condition of honest price that comes from experienced dealing in drugs and medicines. In short, there's the fullest value in everything at Helm & Ellison's, and one big step ahead of everyone in the line of dependable values and qualities as applied to every item in the entire drug stock. well-determin- Water Wllllnms, aged 18 or 20 son of a well known citizen of Uio county, Is In Jail on the charge of forgery. jio iaraeu n cnecic ror yM.iU on Hunt Slngletnry Tuesday, getting n S1G suit of clothe and fS.25 in cash on It. The check was payable to Walter Williams, signed "K. M. My- ntt." The Firm National Hank offi cers saw at once that It was not genuine signature of Mr. Myatt and refusal to ay It. Mr. Myatt later wild he had given no such check. Williams was captured Wednesday by .Deputy Sheriff Klinbell at Wlckllffu Which point ho had reached on his way to Missouri. tJllnton duetto. Tho vote that was taken Saturday by the, clUzons of South Fulton to ascertain whether or not that city mould bo bonded for $5,000.00 resulted In Uio issue being passed, atioii three fourUis' of tho citizens boing In favor of It. It Is the Intentlo'n of that city to Install a water nnd iight plant of their own and thus furnish water and lights to the nuiner- miM rftulilaritu w. w...., ....v... Af flmifli .tftilln. itn.. uiiuii, nitu U.lfli Din 1iri.uinl u. .(,.... ..... ....!. l.. .. .. ...v '...v.jMb njniulH ilia IIIUIUIU to bo reached by Fulton's facilities I k "C:- - Our Fall Line of BOSTONIAN and KNEELAND Shoes for Men and THAYER Shoes for Boys These shoes combine all the grace and elegance that can be put into fine shoes, and at prices within the reach of all. They are ready for inspection and we are at your service. Long established in business and a stock of the things that are called for is what we solicit you prescription trade on. HELM & ELLISON y at mill six miles southwest of Hick M. Yatea Shinale Co, Cypres s Shingles $1.25 a thousand MILLET & ALEXANDER L t