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IIKT tfltt 1 m yrir .No mnii It IIMI poor lantx'iHi Ilil. niunuiii lor n bnpiir Mini itlwa Ml tlio county nnil OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your tlmo believe In forcing a paper on anyone If you do not wnnt to mill ft copy, keep the subscription paid up. A notice of expire, tlon I tflven here 16 iujt ahead with 1 THE HICKMAN COURIER. Vol ume 52 out. we dont Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1011 State may determino for themselves whether spirituous, vinous or malt liquors may he sold there In. Sec. 14 Wo favor organization and among tho farmers and laborers of the Stato, and tho enactment of such constitutional laws as will protect them from Uio greed and oppression of tho trusts, and monopolies of Uie country, which are direct fruit of Republican legislation. Sec. 1G We favor bucIi wise and coiiservntivo lawn aa will encourage road nnd bridge building in Kentucky and w'e favor reasonable State aid for Uie construction of roads and bridges, but only on condition that each county or local community, which Is priinarly benefitted shall first do its and discbarge Ita duty to Itself In this regard. 16 Wo favor the creation, Sec removed from politics, of a Department of Hanking, providing for competent Inspection of all our State financial institutions, and similar to the system now existing for national banks. Sec. 17 Wo favor Uio enoctmont of such wise laws as will put Into ef fect all sections nnd provisions of the State Constitution, and wo declare that we aro In favor of tho enforcement of all laws. Sec. 18 Wo favor Uie enactment of wiso laws for tho protection from accident and Injury of all laborers en gaged In hazardous employments, and wo favor a wiso, conservative law regulating tho arbitration of labor strikes and disputes. Sec. 19 We favor a law prohibiting peonago and female slave traffic, regardless of color. Sec. 20 We ore opposed to all anob and lynching and are In favor of Imposing the severest penalty possible, under our Constitution, on all officers who fall to protect prisoners Intrusted to their keeping. Sec. 21 Tho Democratic party has always been Uio party of religions, as well as civil liberty, In Kentucky and In the republic. It refers with pride to Its noble heart." We are In full accord, both in loUcr and in spirit, with Uie teachings of Thomas Jefferson, Uie founder of our party on this question, and with Uie provisions of our State and Federal Constitutions, and wo aro unalterablj-oppose- d to raising any rollgious test ns a qualification for holding any office in Uio Stato or nation. Number 10 A Blue Mark DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM 1 jf SQ00-swots- s. i 1 Adopted by Democratic Convention Held in Louisville Last Week. Suction We. 1 Extension of County Unit Pledged. m t money, and wo pledge ourselves ami hfld In tin- city of IiiUvnie, and reform, and to Kentucky, on August Hi. 1'Jll, do hem I to retrenehni'-ii- t nil economical business utl ministration p1hIku anew our faith In and b to tlio tlmo honored and eter- of public affairs. Sec. 5 We are in favor of a di nal principles of our party first promulgated In tho Declaration of Inde- - rect primary election law, piovddlng In that all primary elections sluill be con and slnre reafflruu-mid we especially reaffirm our faltli ducted under lawful authority and platforuiH of tho party, public expense, and to bo regulated In nnil devotion to tho national IJoino-- c In" (ho Kimo manner and subject to ratio platform adopted at Denver, uio same poiialties for Violations, as In case of regular elections. Colomdo, In the ywir 190S. Sec. S Wo favor Uio onactmont Si'c. 2 Wo doiioiinco Uio Hopubll-ca- n Hopubll. of an explicit nnd effective corrupt party and tlio pre-n- t for tholr flagrant and pracUco net, which shall determine can willful botrayul of Uio trust reposed what campaign expenses shall bo In tliwin by tho American people and leglUmato, and which shall provide call uUenUon specially to tlio fact for Uie compulsory publication In dotal!, under heavy penalties, of Uio UuU they havo willfully promises to Uie 'cauiimJgu expenses of every canldato Uielr offit that Uioy would rovlo down- for public office Sec. 7 Wo favor Uio onactlng of ward tho unjust tariff system and would rollovo the masses of the peo- such additional laws as will make ple of the heavy burdens of unjust more efficient and mora practical. taoivUon. our enUro common sonool system and Henltliv children are hard on shoes. But shoes We pledge our support to our schoo On tho contrary tlio Republicans doctor's bills, and for unselfish reasons Hire cheaper than system and the oducaUonal instituuiuuitisl the odious l'ayno-AldrlcIwc sincerely hope your shoe bills are greater than your tartff law of 1909, pronounced by tions of Uio State, wisely and economi doctor's bills. Money appropriMr. Tuft to be "Uio best Republican cally administered. tariff law over passed," which law ated for Uio education of the peoplo these new But we started to tell you about wuh a gross breach of tie Republican is an Investment nnd not an expense; "TV.- - nd Ted" School Shoes. These shoes . for boys IrewU!out and hU iwUUaU party. This school trustees, school boards and all nd girls arc something new in the history of shoe- tariff law, In order to enrich the school officials should be held rigidly for adequate returns on few, lucrcasitl tho burdens of tho making. many, and authorlrod those favored every dollar so Invested. Wo chnrgo Heretofore children's shoes have been mostly fow not only to continue, but to lu- tho Republican party with neglect of crease, their rouuery oi uio uuu, and Indifference toward our school heavy, clumsy affairs. They were made that way to syvti-m- . undur Uio forms of law. wmr. The liniiter wcicht 4'dress" shoes wore Recognizing that a large majority Sec. 3 Wo point with prldo to, nnd which they fW in n hurrv couldn't stand the wear to heartily tndoreo the patriotic record of tho teacher of our common school healthy young Ameri- 'would be subjected by a good t women aro now nuulo by Uio present UeinocraUc nre n. iiienibeni of Confess and Democrat- eligible to bo elected school trustees ic Sonatore, in their efforts over de- county school superintendent, and to some- Folks never thought of the termined Republican opposition to hold office, and are frequenUy so rnimpr inn VOUntJ I oiks uv CIU1IIIJ- ., y uiiica . iiuiii.iiiiK Ml iku r In good faith, redeem tho proudsos elected, wo favor Uie extension to olmm Cut Anri -.. nr 1....u.. oiiui-- .. ... lllCir ICCl III ing .i of tho DcmocraUc party to repeal women of suffrage in all school unjust and oppressive Republican elections, subject to such wiso regulaus knew until lately that nearly all of the foot troubles "in later life were due to just such shoes worn in youth. laws, aud to enact wise and Just laws tions as to qualifications as Uio for tho benefit of the great masses General Assembly may determine Sec. 8 Wo favor such laws as will, of tho peoplo, and wo Invito all to contrast tho alms and record of the under appropriate penalties, destroy Domocmta In tho House and Senate all corupt lobbying seeking to Influof tho present session of Congress ence any legislative body in Uio Comwith tho aims and record of tho monwealth on Uio subject of legisla Republicans and especially with tho tion or Uio election of officers by It Republican Bonslon of 1909 which or In any othor matter; but wo reTin-- , tariff law. cognize the constitutional right of Uie enacted tho Payno-Aldrlc- h new school shoes arc the result of years Hf .YnMimmiii. We especially Indorse tho record peoplo to petition and to bo ImparThcv are not clumsy they arc light, of our Democratic Congressmen and tially heard on all questions. Uprctty, even dainty, yet they wear longer than the Sec. 9 Wo favor, under wise and Senator from Kentucky for tholr clumsy things. That's first of all because they ri.inlliv In kt.pnltur tho promises of proper restrictions, Uio creation of a are made of honest materials, and because tne men tholr party and reprcsenUng the peo- amplo powers to dlschargo Its duties. ple and not tho interests, and w Stato Utilities Commission, having who made them know how to so equally divide tne Sec. 10 We favor a chango in Uio denounce tho record of Uio Republic! each pair will give the greatest possible a- strain that CoiigroHsmoii and Senator from Ken present moUiod of 6clecUng tho Prison of service. mount tucky, because they havo repre- Commlssonors of Uie State, and the scientific school sented not tho people, nor havo they removal of all politics from Uio manWe tell you they arc sought to rolelve their burdens, but agement of our ponal Institutions. ww i nor e hAAo nrt encauer hiiuco. tko privileged, pro- While commending Uio present Board have you'lfbuy "Tess and Ted" School Shoes for all of your of Prison Commissioners for Its suctected of Uio country. children lort a whole year we Know you u ucacuac yuutSec. 4 ON STATE ISSUES. Ken- - cessful management of tho institutions .ma acshoe bill. Let us prove u io you. Prices range tucky Is, and of right ought to be. a under Its caro we recognize that tho from cording to size DcmocraUc State, and Uio Democrat- system of election by Uie legislature ic party in appealing for tho" support undr which they are elected, Is unof the State wise, and wo Uieroforo favor such of Uio electorate oageily Invites an Intelligent com- a change na will place Uielr appointparison of tho recordH It has mado ments In tho hands of tho Governor, wiUi those made by Its pollUcal ad- subjc: i to confirmation by tho Senate ti 1C "Teas and Ted' School shoes are members or versary during Uio temporary occas- or Bomo othci method such as the ions it has controlled tho affairs of General Assembly may provide. Brand" Family. "Star Sec. 11 We favor a law requiring tho State. As against tho Republican record Umt n uniform system of accounting 4 lu Kentucky of assassination, blood bo installed nnd conducted In all pubshed and disregard of law, wo present lic offices charged with tho collectUio Democratic picture of peace, ion and ul.sbtirs.ment of public monHcrupuloua regard for human life and eys. Sec. 12 Wo favor Uio General Asa strict observance of, and respect .i'-- i for law; a against the Stato, wo pre- sembly submitting to a vote of tho sent a picturo of a magnificent Stato peoplo whether or not they desire Capitol erected and jxild for without to adopt an amendment of our Stato any extra tax, and overy Just claim Constitution broadening Uio powers against Uio Suite prompUy mot and of Uio General Assembly, so that it paid In full; as against platform may classify property for tho purpose fo5e Hnrrla spent tho first o( tho T. C. UaBtlngttofhas boonFulton. pledges and promises broken aud of taxation; but we aro opposed to South j.weJc lu Paris, Tonn., with relatives. chief of police rondo to bo broken, wo present a any law the effect of which would bo pressing phono record of all pledges nnd promise to lighten Uio burdens of taxation on wife, of WtUo jlfiB. Naylor and For cleaning and kept; as against hypocrisy, tho wealthy aud on corporations at Rock, Ark., 8iont sovoral uays una 195. Wo call for and deliver your falUifully demagogy and incompetency wo pre- tho oxponso of Uio poor, tho farmer Mrs. M. 13. work. White Bros. vre'elc with his mother, sent a record of sincerity, fidelity, or Uio laboring man. Naylor. Edgar hits charge of tho silk Sec. 13 Tempernnco Is essentially W. A. Hunt, of Mayflold, cashed a competency nnd statesmanship. department storo department of a big and social Wo denounco tho action of Uio a moral, J7G.00 check ono day laot week for city. in that question, and should not bo made a ono 11. 0. Lamont, who said ho was Republican Governor for his parti rnnrnanntlni? tho Tronton Brass & an and unjust action in pardoning partisan Issuo between political part Machine Co., and Uie chock turns up tho men indicted for participation In ies, aro authorlrod to announco Wo Wo favor Uio extension of Uie pro-soworthless. Tho company for whom tho assassInaUon of William Goobcl, Virginia Luton local option law, as applied to I,amont says ho works knows nothing tho Govornor of our State, and wo Uio sale of liquors, which has beon aiinnr4ntnnflpTt flf of tho man. Ho worked tlio same assert that thoso pardons were gran f rH canaiunio iui uulvi.u..gamo at Fulton, Mt. Yornon, Ills., ed for political reasons, and not up- upheld by our highest court as valid FUebools of Pulton county, budjoci io and constitutional, so that tho citi of tho Democratic pariy. and several othor towns, but they on Uio morlts of Uie cases. aoUon We charge Uio Ropubllcan party zens of each and every county In Uie have boon unablo to capturo the crook lection Nov. 7, 1911. - tlu democrats of Kentucky, la with gross extravagance nnd willful convention duly assembled waste lu the expenditure of tlw poo-pjo'- ON NATIONAL ISSUK3J boUi in the Stato and in Uio nation s irt When Your Children ROMP and PLAY dlarx-garde- uuiK-censar- e r;i women-nnd-Uia- m:,. "!' Sec. 22 We favor Uie nomination and election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people. Sec. 23 Wo denounce and are oppowposed to Cannonlsm or one-ma- n er in all represenatlve assemblies, whether it bo in Uio Congress or in representative conventions. We favor tho "rule of tho people." Sec. 24 On the platform of principles and on Uie alms and purpose of our party in the State and In the Nation, we appeal to all Kentucklans, Irrespective of previous pollUcal affiliations, who aro proud of the past and desire a still more prosperous, more progressive present and future for all our people, to support our magnificent State ticket, including our nominee for the United Stat 33 Sena ton JUp, and our nominees for General Assembly and for other offices. Sec. 25 CONCLUSION. In conclusion we call the attention, of Kentucklans to Uie fact that Democratic principles are triumphant In the Na- -' tlon and in almost every State, and that Uio Ropubllcan party everywhere is professing to adopt Democratic principles In Its platforms, but we warn them that the Republicans of this State have placed In Uielr platform some progressive Democratic doctrines, not with a. view to carry them out or to attempt to carry them out in good faith, in Uie improbable event of their success at Uie polls next November, but only for Uie present purpose of catching votes and deceiving the people, so that they might get the offices and emoluments thereof. The broken promises of Uie present Republican State and National Administrations as well as tho entire history of tho Republican party are sufficient to convince all' citizens of insincerity of Uie Republican party, and that It is not tho party of the people; while, on the other hand, the record and history of the DcmocraUc party in Uio nation and the Stato conclusively establish Its devotion to duty and Its purpose In good faith to redeem all platform pledges made to the people. fair-mind- nnnl r. --o Kiriw Mrs. B. C. White, of Dorena, has been visiting relatives In Rutherford, Teun. Mrs. C. S. Patterson and son will leave Saturday for a short visit to relatives in Rutherford. Tonn. Put Their Feet in Comfortable UTESS and TED" Shoes out-ifpf-d- cfevj Fail Goods are beginning to arrive almost daily. We are now showing the latest styles and colorings in up-to-dat- e, iw"i reiu-esente- d k $2.00 to $3.00 SILKS DRESS GOODS 'Star Brand Shoes Are Better" GINGHAMS WASH GOODS Smith & Am berg NOVELTIES, SHOES, Etc. Our Millinery Department is showing a full line of White Felt Outing Hats for early Fall wear. . nt .. Smith & Amberg tT 'T The Aim of attfci VtI"I' Ii Ii Ii rtrf" Heard r 't? .! I On the Streets liiliiluli Ask for Margaret Flour. This House r Nelson Rlggs field. Friday. Una returned to Green was here Sfiil-va- n Everybody who buys their Fall and Winter Clothes and Shoes here is going to get the best values for -: -: -: -: -: the least money :::- :- :- J. T. Perkins, of Martin, j H has always been to have only goods of highest quality to sell them at reasonable prices to fulfill all promises and make no misrepre-aentation- s. It may be an old fashioned policy, but we think it pays. You do not need to go to Memphis or Nashville to buy Diamonds Cut Glass Our 11 euiu speak ixw. well of us. Curt SUU, of Denver, Tenn., was here Saturday. J. F. Lee returned Landing Saturday. from CralgH J. R. Phlppn, of Martin, was hero Utter part of last week. Latest styles and patterns paper. L. 11 In wall We are determined on that we arc going to give every man who trades here this fall, such good value for every dollar he leaves here, that it would be impossible fof him to get better values anywhere else. OOONER or later, you are going' to find out that it is decidedly to your best interests to trade here. We want to make a walking advertisement of this store out of every man who buys his clothes, shoes and furnishings here. We arc going to make these men the best dressed men in town and send them out to make more customers for this store. Satisfied customers arc not going to be backward about telling their friends where they got there clothes, you know. -- Fothe & French. Powell, of Caruthorsvllle, Mo., was here Monday on biwlne). Miss Motta Frost, of Wlngo, is the guest of Miss Honnle Carpenter. Reception Room Furulture St. Loul Furnishing Co. "sella It for leas." Frank Von Borrrlea, Jr., returned Sunday morning from Ioulslllc. W. A. Carpontcrr, of Treievant, Twin., has been her for several days out about the ml vantages in quality, service and price to be ex clusively obtained in tin store. OND Watches Silverware Novelties We make just as low prices on the same goods. Why not trade at home? Don't forget wo have the best line of matresaes. Ulckman Furniture Co A. Q. Klmbrro and family have re turned from an auto trip to Paducah. fee Boxes and Refrigerators. St. Louis Furnishing Co. "sens It for ls." H. E. SEE THE AIRSHIP! AT THE FULTON COUNTY FAIR FIVE BIG EVENTFUL DAYS AT FULTON, KY., AUGUST 29 TO SEPT. 2. Thousands of People Will Witness the Dally Aeroplane Flights, Horse Races and Other Attractions. CURLINHouse Half a Loaf. of Quality SCMLENKER The Jeweler Go to Sullivan Bros. the placo where good clothes are priced to please you. There's some class to Betteraworth Prather's 25c Granger coffee. Have you tried it? & Hickman Chapter. ipt-cln- Itlckmnn Olinpter, No. 19. l meeting will hold a Fred Hadley has returned to Moreon Thursday. Aug. SI. 1V11. at 7:3U p.m. Work In It house, Mo., after a visit to Ids A.'.Deitreo. George Hadley. Miss George Burrus visited Miss Brasfleld, at Oleason Tenn., several days lost week. Administrator's Notice. FAIRS. ALL OF GREATEST Miss Mildred lUunago has returned All persona holding claims against from Bowling Green, where she haa Everybody Is going to attoud the the estate of llartha J. Furls, deceas-.!- , boon attending summer school Fulton County Fair at Fulton, Ky., properly will file same witti nie the FulI). B. Ixilbovltz returned Saturday Aug. 23 to Sept. 2, proven on or before Sept'. 1 1911, or morning from Lewiport, Ky , where ton piople have Hpent more than Ikj forever barred. C. C. Smith. 1IG.0OO.OU on their fair grounds and he has been visiting home folks. In securing attractions never wit Don't forget to renew your sub mused at any fair In Uds section of When the baby la suffering the scription to the Courier. The paper the country before. Among the at double affliction of hot weather and stops when tie time is out no ex tractions will be seen the great aerftowel disorders, the remedy needed captions. oplane flight), a marvel of tho Twen- la McGEE'S I3ABT ELIXIR. It reduces 'the feverish condition, corrects Mrs. Percy Jones and (ton returned tleth century. To secure thin attracthe stomach and checks looseness of Saturday from a ten days stay at tion ulouu cocit niuru than $1,000 and the bowels. Price 25c, GOc per bottle. it is ouo of the moat sensational and Sprlngu. Dawsou 4 Bold by Hlckmau Drug Co. daring louts of modem limes to ueo 'Bread In Old Kentucky" high pat u man traveling through the air fastent Margaret flour. Belter than others er than a passenger train can run. City Taxes Now Due, but coats no more. Betters orth & Mo one can afford to tiiUt seeing tho Pruther. blrdman fly. That la why everybody Mrs. W. A. Logan aud daughter, will go to the Fulton County Fair. Aguln, thero will be four big ruces City Taxes are now due. The pen Tbulma, left last wetk to Join her goea on Sept. 1st. Better pay husband at the Hunter Tract at Craltt dally. Tho greatest array of run ft Residence For Sale. ning, trotting, and pacing horses are now aud aave extra coats. Tom Landing, Mo. alrtady on the grounds lu tralulug Collector. O. U. Shaw, wife and little dough-to- r and the large purses are very at FOR SALE: Tho Mrs. Delia Carhave returned to their home at tractive penter residence lu thu Henry AddiKerdle Aladdox haa a now Maxwell Greenburg, Pa.( after a visit to Mr The Floral Hall exhibit wlU be nn tion. House Is practically new, haa louring car. Shaw's mother In tlio country. attractive feature, as well as a mag four rooms, good garden fenced, cis nificent diupU) of flue block In the tern, four outbuildings, etc. Lot Is utiovt rings. Good music all the GOxlGO. Unfortunately owner must lime. .Lola of shade. IJirgo amphi- boII. This can be bought at a bartheatre. Kverythlug to make ouo en- gain less than tho house cost. If joy ihi'iUdelves. you have $100 idle cash and are payMake arrangement row to meet ing rent, you had better Investigate. tells his friends where who jour friends at the Fulton County Particulars at Courier office. dh Fair, Aug. 20 to Sopt. 2; they will all Le gets be there, and by all means don't fall clothes is our Picture men are working in some to sou the great airship with its passengers fljlng thousands of feet In parts of tho country. You give those advertisement, and naturally tho air. It will bo a great sight and follows tho picture of boijio monibsr maybe you will not have such au op of tho family. They promise to en kind of adverlarge and beautify it, giving your litwe get portunlty again. The Fair Company has arranged tle one roy cheeks and tho fairest of with tho railroads for special low faces for a moro Mng. if you lot tising every time we take a rates for all and you can attend tho them get this Inch jou will find that Fulton County Fair at a very small thero la a good deal hitched to tho mans measure for a suit made otlior end, when un altogether differcost. ent man comes back with the picture, Which ou can got only by buying a to order by costly framo. Sic em TIge. PiedFinal Settlement. mont Banner. Little Miss Margaret Luten, of Ful ton, Is the guest of her grandmother, Mm. Maggie Handle. btauj Spraklng of the reoent convention hold by the iHimocniU of Fulton county, Editor Walker of th CMhIoh Gazette ray editorially: i Tho Duiuoerotlc contention of county held at illckiimu on Aug 12 had a surprltto ready for Mott wlio found his little bunuh overwhelmed In number by antl-Ayr- e who gathered lo mukw Democrat one more effort to unhorse the Ihkm TSiuy did It m effectually that the Ayr en crowd beat a rot rent Hut wlieft the regular delimit ett reached IaihIm llle they found A)r-- s and III Mag on the ground claiming to hold th credentials und demanding niU a delegutii. The bent tliat could be done wait to couipioiiimn and ujtte each fucllou half the tote Thin n unfair to the regukir delfguttw. but it Mas the bent nolutlon pMHlbli V tldnk 11 a big step forward for th real iKtmoeraey of Fulton cikiM) Half a loaf In more Hum thn) oould ever get before and next time (lie) ought lo be able to get it all. We think the fight was worth uuiMiig and it la bound to result In tho complete rout of Mott Ayrm and his swashbuckler crowd. Fill-tot- 1 r i ilk HI 1 it imt tin rir 'i i m mi mi ' mih urns in iuv in roi' mou i ' v mum ;ki 1 nv i illiinju rxiiovt ix1i l n r mi 1 1 r in tiiifXh isk um r kii Miuf Kvr mwvdi 1U4II Vf 11 rt' nn nrm i isk miu. ILfl si iiiki Do Lf IBU.I1W i ! I cv50 HICHMAK "r BAH AIIO TRUST CO 0002Ps(7, 13250022 . . . i id r, to w.V - l Dll-lo- Tke Well Dressed Man tia A test that The Silvery Moon may furnish light enough for lovers but not for practical people. The electric light is the only perfect method of illuminating. We shall be glad to show you how much better, safer, cleaner and really cheaper it is than old style lighting in either your home, office, store or factory. Ed. V. Price & Co. MBRCHANT TAILORS. OHICAGO They'll make your Fall and riM4 rVinter outfit absolutely cor rect in style, individual in appearance and perfect in fit and workmanship claims, against the estate of Rollt. II. Speight daytime, feel dull, achoy and want to ji is unmialak-abldeceased, are hereby notified that nuuieu ireiiuonuy malarlnailnmi imliu symnton of said claims must bo presented to mo ou do something at once you are In proper form on or before October mwaeu lor a spoil of cuius. Is incdlclno 1, 1911, or be forover barred. Claims Vent or a chillthn iHnmm.thatIt will pro curn .iriv.Mi may be mailed to me at Banduna, out the Impurities on which tho maKy. H. II. WHIPPLE, AdmlnUtrat-or- . iimai gorm uinvea, strengthens, tho e HEIi-DINE All persons or firms holding When you vawn a. enrvl lni in ti,,. - tut tke liver and cleanses tho bowels. Price lioc. how by Hickman Drug Co. 0 coet won't pinch you. Get measured today. incorporated BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. Nancy Motheny, a charming Mrs. Annlo Cronan, who haa boon young lady of Hlckniau, Ky., vltdtcd visiting Mrs. J. II. Pollock ou route 1 JHsa Mae Meier tula week. She to her homo lu Tlptonvlllu made many friends while hero who rclunud Tenn., Saturday. will look forward with pleasure to Miss I.ou Harry aud Mlas Ixjah Jtittl received 200 pairs sample her future visits. New Madrid (Mo.) Let Schmidt, tho Tailor, do your llarry loft Sunday night for a fow punts to bo Hold ut factory prices. Ileoord, cleaning and prstag. Phono 138. days' visit lu 3L Louis. Sullivan Iiro. MIhh Hickman Ice & Coal Co. t. roxTjXjOixr, Ox., jvxrtx. (Incorporated) or. fciitaj jufa-L- . ..i-,.- - A 533S3 fr jm m kMSkaMSMiJMfaijaba MS jays That Are Gone, thai n qunl lit little picture, mid funuy olothuA. Yes, Unit U a mt of sister lilizubotli and in Holf, en when wo were kldlotn, more ago tliau Hlator or I would can gckisiw ledge. We hue only u of our family taken lu youthful dnH, nu lunlug our pic taken then was a hitIour pro Juu, cntulllnx much scrubbing of uuiikmUtm, and the wearing of ir difortiiblo "bust clotbt'H." No, lu't u single picture of the old taken when wu wuro all there out tnkon owe by it traveling ;raphcr but 11 got lout some pk-tun-- CHIEF DUTY OF SHEPHERD Ky, State Notes. 'It It to Shsar the ii tho rent of iih i upn would gl a good denl for tlilnt; more tt'ilmtantlal than men mcIiw of our youthful days. Idn'l It bo fun to new JuhI how w little itfiupn ut all tliH differ-togti- t rum the time of our find U our Initial array In real nUlrof And wouldn't ou like down with a whole hip full of riw of the good old homo dnytt. brother on mother's ktn-e- . In ecrday gnrb cuijnjing IiIk y paper, Ktater llomi and the if uh Kroup.il around the panto. jK(x1 old ItoriT Htrotii!itd out lu comfort on the hwirth niK. And Id n t It havu ben great If wu id a Kodak In thoe dnynT An nit kodaks art now, there Ik im for diprlWng tho children' uy of euih ploUirwi. Own ono kelr benefit Helm & KIIImoii sem at from ft up. and even If ily made otic picture of that mot or tbu homo inH of today, I1 bo n prlcokrM treasure to years to come Got ono today. Zula l'lcketis returned to hur .'In McKenzle, Tonn , Saturday, Ta pleasant Mult with Mr. 8 M and 1, and Home and Contentment Louisville. Tho announcement that a prominent local architect Is now ofbusy preparing plans for a Her. Dr. Jowett, at a dinner In New fice building to bo erected In this city 'York, said, apropos of his salary: was made by Col. Itobert J. Tllford, Tho cost of living la so hlch over building Inspector. Col. Tllford Raid ihero thnt I havo decided, after all, to ho has reliable Information tho build;aocept tho generous snlary that I flrat Our aim is to serve you earnestly and honestly and to ing will go up. Ho declined, however, declined. I hopo that this occoptnnco to make, public the name of the archi set before you the best goods of quality above critiW6n't call to my congregation's uilnds, tect or thoso who ore Identified with however, tho etory of th ahoep, ) withcism with no exageration of values, no promise tho enterprise. , "A mlnliter, you know, was onco "You can rely on what i say, tho Cured by Lydia E. I'inknam S out performance both in the prescription and drug deaddressing a Sunday acbool. It was a building win be erected." he said, "i Vegetable Compound Sunday eohool of llttlo children, and partment. um not In a position now to tell who the mlnlitor In hla address don I red to trr bui- x riorum iiu', Is behind tho undertaking, but It Is a .compare hlmsolf to a shephord, and 'fered two years with female. disorders. This is a drug store you'll find here a most comcortalnty." my iieaitu wvas very congregation to tho shepherd's iis Col. Tllford said tho new structure, Im1 ami 1 had a Iflocks. plete stock of the things every legitimate drug store is which will bo tho tallest In Loulsvlllo continual backache ""What aro these beautiful anl expected to have. We concentrate on drugs, medicines ulili li was simply If It Is erected, will occupy a slto imalr ho aald, pointing to a drawing! awful. I could not somewhere In tho central portion. It 'nm Ik. lita.kl.M.J and drug sundries, that's why we can serve you best. stand on my feet will cost about $500,000 and will be " 'Sheepl Sheepl' chorusod tho lout? enough to cook erected by Loulsvlllo men. u meal's victuals We invite your patronage and confidence. without my back ' M 'And ttwi cloaked flguro In tho nearly killing mp, LIGHTNING BOLT DESTROYS what Ii hef and I wciUd hao HOME. "A sbwpbwdl' Ujo children cried, such dragging "'Exaxitly,' agreed tho minister, 1 could Fire at George D. Todd's Country Res. I linrdlv lnnr if beaming with aatlsfactlon. 'And now, Incorporated idence Entails 3U,uuu loss. side, could not had soreness In each dear chlldron, can you tell me what ntatul tight clothing, and was irregular. (lt bi (hat tho shepherd does for the loulsvlllo. "Knob Kdge,1 tho hand- I was completely rim down. On ahopt' I took Lydl.i . Pinklmm's Vegesome country homo of George I). Todd, "A seore of little mouths opened former mayor, situated on tho knobs, table Compound and Liver Pills and wldo, and a scoro of treblo voices good health. four mlleB north of New Albany, near am enjoyingtwo years and I It is now moro than have not cried shrilly: tho Now Albany and Paoll pike, wea had an ncho or pain since I do all my "'Ho shears oml'" struck by lightning and destroyed by own work, washing and everything, fire, entailing a loss of $30,000. Tho and iiever haye the backache any more. ITCHING 8KIN QUICKLY COOLED. Now Albany Are department was no- I think your medicine Is grand and I tified and Capt. John Kraft, accompa- praise it to all my neighbors. If you Hot weather menus skin trouble for will nied by somo of tho flremen, went in think my testimonytV'-Hr- s.- help others ninny jteople, but now you enn utop Olt.ib an automobllo with a Johnson pump you may publish Gap, Kentucky. tb Itch instantly. to thes cone of tho conflagration, but Wooiiai.1., Morton's Itackaclio is a symptom bf organic by tho Juki n few droH of tho cooling nnd Hickman Courier and Commercial-Apni-a- l gulldlnb-- time he reached tho burning weakness or derangement. yon Jot Walls lias rUirn'd from Alengo tho flames had mado such have backache don't i!'glci!t If To Innllng winter grm lotion and Uio wood. it. S1.2G. progress that It was useless to attempt get permanent relielf you must reach Itch Is gone not In half nn hou- rC I Shumate went to Memphis on to savo tho houso. thoToot of the trouble. Nothing wo Mrs. Joo Taylor It visiting In Itaw-Istonot in tun minutes but In floveo- know of will do this so surely as Lydia buHliieas, Tuesday. onds. E. Pinkham's'Compound. HARDIN COUNTY FAIR. Itds idniplo wash Is known ns I). II. K. Curlln spent Sunday at bis For a neat job of undertaking Wrlto to Mrs. PInkliam, at I). 1). Prescription for Kczdmn, and Hlckmau Furniture Co. Every Stall Filled With Show Stock Lynn, Mass., for special adTico. home In Woodland. poll k for Ii n bottle, but now usually "Vour lottcr Mill lo absolutely at Ellzabethtown. -conlldci lnl, and tlio tilvleo free. Miss Lnverne Threlkold has reby speclnl arrangement ou can gut Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures turned from a visit with Clinton trial i.lr.o bottlo for 2&o. ThU will bo Lyric Saturday NlghL Ellzabcthtown. The 26th nnnual TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTT Hardin county fair opened at the asenough to show jou why wo alwa)-Hickman Furniture Co.. headquarsociation's grounds, under most favorreooiunend D. D. U for all skin trou Mrs. J. T. Dillon was In Kulton, able auspices and Ideal ters for anything In furniture. weather conIdea Monday. She was accompanied homo ditions. HICKMAN DRUG CO., Hickman, Ky. No on Poolo hiiH returned fro; "by her husband. Kvery stall on tho fair grounds Is filled with show stock, and tho rings WOlb IU IIUI1IU 1UIIU1 t&l 4UIIMMIII, Mrs. Jns. Iliiuipas and daughter, will bring forth somo of tho classiest Horn, Saturday, Aug. 10th, to Uio Miss OiwI, of Sednllo, y.K, vlsltwl horses and cattle In Western and Cenwife of C. It. Travis, n fine, 11 pound Mm Scott Mosler. the lottor part of tral Kentucky. A large crowd gath-er- d for ladles' day. the week. boy. Telle. y Sheep, According to Children of Whom Dr. Jowett Prescription Drugs... and THAT AWFUL BACKACHE ( ,?., .- I chll-drc- a. foro-.grou- Hickman Drug Co. Tlio Iloxnll Storo wI y4ma sen-satio- ns nd-vl- co Jl i. OC al $ Chats g 1 F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Wo preas your suit for COc, ladles Stevo StAhr, wife nnd two sons, WILD ONIONS IN WHEAT. l'.-innd Cliarlo, wvnt lo NnHhvllle, plaited or plain skirts COc. Cleaning Hardware, Glassware and and pretsslng at reasonable prices. Glasgow. Krlday. A number of wheat crops In Southern Kentucky are about to o White Uros.. phone 195. Tinware Miss Nell l'oat(tr has decupled worthless by wild onions having Pull-en- . Our local photographer. J M. a poMlUon na cnnhlor with Smith & grown Into tho wheat lands. Several l has Just flnlnhed geMIng out AmUvrgs. of the farmers will dry tho wheat thor- Standard Gas Engine Oil twvf local views on post cards, oughly and nttempt to separate the L. A. Matting!' Is Uniting frlonds which from iirerelllnbly xeeutod. I'ul- - onionIsseedvery the wheat. However, Free Delivery ami relaihtw at (Jrand Tower, 111.. len Is a hustler, alright a this tedious task, and It Is hardly probable that It can be dono this week. Phone 183 T. A. Ledfoixl Informs us that he successfully. In caso tho wheat Is unC. (. .SJil('iik.r. our liuudHoiue lias, sold .three lots lu bin new town oX fit for bread purposes it will be fed to tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAJ Jdwelor, l In lCaton, O., this wink It!fori, Ky., located on tho now stock W. H. Jones, of Glasgow, Is to loso his entire crop of soma iIhIUiik rulathcH. railroad. h A. Itoel has piiruhastHl a about 300 acres. murchnn-din- e J(bs llflm, of Arkansas, Is lst-lu- lot and tUItput a general Lnr pn It. P C. Ward has his mother, Mrs. JoHuphlno Helm, BLUE GRASS FAIR OVER. bought a lot on which ho will orecta nnd oilier Illekuian rrolatives. flsii and Ice house. Lexington. Cloudy skies nnd a Cool and Refreshing 11 lbirnea nnd wife, of Ham. I'ralr shower of Little Sam Harry, son of W. J. Har- ducing tho rain had the effect of rele, wore hero tlio first of the week, attendance at tho Uhio j. ; rC3 'v'"" VT.ivry nnd wife, fell from a horse last Grass fair on the " guents of Alex llarnoa nnd wife "' 1 G ." - 'last day, but a largo i.l Mi T- OThursday nnd shattered tho bono In number of peoplo attended. Tho fair IV -WCuUllxUJ-VJC I' Zlnt 27 Miss Annie ago, Aug. ended with tho record of having had JJ.V Iirowu, of Tup ills rlht arm. Just a Gowgill's Drug Store o, MIhh., Is tho guest of her slitter. 17, he fell from a awing nnd broke the largest attondanco of any fair ever Mth. Italph Cunningham, of near lKth arms. Aug. "lTth seeiua to bo held In Lexington. This was "Thoroughbred Horso Ham's unlucky day, nnd we ndis. town. day," and tho great stock farms him to stay In bed on Unit date In this vicinity sent mnny of Mlm Clolln Jlnrrta. who has en He Is getting along an well us could where you will find everytheir most valuable and famous horses vlHlllng her Rlsimr, Mrs. Hon Nerren, lw thing usually served at a expected. to compete for tho prizes In tho breedfTSfhorne meant a lot and you should use care as to your rottirnctlto her houia tit Kuntou, Tenn, first-claSoda Fountain. ing classes. It is amusing to hear a man say station and from whom you buy, for good furniture is SumUiy. that ho does not believe that It pays RICHMOND TO HAVE FAIR. to advertise All the gnsit business you need only buy once or twice in a life time, Mm. S. n. Sholton, Mre. J. II. nnd Miss May lliintln, of Jack- concerns Miss some of the sweet things of Richmond. It haa boen decided to lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow son, Tenn., nro the guehta of Mrs to Uio extentthe world bolieo,in it hold n in life, bnt don't miss the pleasof hundreds of thousfair In this county. Sheriff Da-ri- d A. McCord has been elected presiands of dollars each year, and mojt ures of a box of our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy A. H. Loot thin week. of Uicbo were once tmiall concerns, dent; Earl Curtis and J. B. Walker, home furnishings from us, but there is safety as Miss AVlllard Karris rKurnisl Sun- , their buslnetiH haIng boon built up vlco presidents, nnd James A. Crutch-er- , day from a two weeks' vltUt nt Itile-lysecretary. Arrangements aro being largely by tho Uho of printer's Ink. sell good furniture for just about the same Tunn , niul was iiocnmiwnled home planned to It Is rather amusing, then, lo note Uio ever knownoffor tho biggest premiums by Miss Karris Smith. hero, nnd every ogotlm of the man who, with a lim- exhlhltablo stock will bo on form of Mey a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality display. If you get a blue mark on your ited experience and limited capital, Tho dates sot aside for tho fair are Mtuse we know the furniture business. Courier this week. It moans this U dares to put his business judgouient September 7, 8 and 9. For sale at the last paper you will receive until against that of the most successful SHOT AND KILLED BY FARMER. men In Uio business world. Tho once you pay up your subscription. a year advertiser, who attempts to Gowgill's Drug Store Taylorsvlllo. presenco of a Kul to ii la making arrangements for provo that advertising doeB not pay largo crowd JohnInA.the Cottrell, a farmor, a big ttmo at Uiolr fair, beginning Next. Door to Post Office next Tuesday. Illckmnn will doubt j because ho haa failed to get results ehot and killed Georgo Pou, his forNDERTAKERS from a tslnglo advertisement is like mer employe, at tho Speacor county less bo well represented and should Uio fellow who tried to proo that fair nfter a quarrel over monoy. be. the world did not retolve, by placing DYNAMITE KILLED ONE. Mm. Jntnos Walsh and daughter, a pumpkin on a stump nnd staying up all nigiit to sec Unit It did not fall Alius Julia, havo rut u mod to their Two Others Hurt In Accidents, One of homo In Nashvlllo nftor a short islt off. Them Fatally. to tho former's slater .Mrs S. A. Hopklnsvlllo. Nelson Orcndorff swna Hrooks. WHEN YOU PAINT We have just added Instantly killed and Ulll Lang was faSee Our 'Agent tally Injured by a dynamito explosion the famous "Kbwoa nre no fcood," kijs, nil when digging a well. "unlcM you put jour whole is small part of the cost. It's the paintThe paint Fatal Injuries wero sustained by Jiilnd on them." Gracious, when his Sam Dean, fireman at tho Crescent ing that counts. girl looks like a buiooUi, ripe peach, mill plant of tho Hopklnsvlllo Milling for high grade a fellow Isn't going to take time to Co. when an exhaust pipe exploded be2. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, 4hlnk about It. lie's JurI going to and he was struck in tho head by soms to our line. If you want a neat, v of tho hoavy brass connections. blnzo away. cause it's made better. If you use durable, reasonable priced roof u sev-orag TOR DRINKS C -- .- " - - 'i' .i "3 er lithe true sense of the word, can only nth proper furnishings. So the furnishing ncthing ss Mil-lot- k. '5iter frour "Huijler's Candy (HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Remember Two Thimgs Our New Roofing ' no-tre- Saad Salamy msam Bull Dog Roofing De Sota Paint you 2et the best results at least cost. You will remem ber the high quality long after you have forgotten the. cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free. REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO. Give it a trial. Wc ulo enrry Oils nnd Varnishes P. C. Ward has over four mlleft of tho slough cleaned out ami In navigable shape between Walnut Log and Ledford Htatlon. Tlio distance between the polnta Is XI vo miles. Mr. Ward haa a now 15 foot launch which he Will operate vn Uio slough botwo?n , his hotel on Hcelfool Lako and making connection with the C. M. & G. trains. Thiu will be a flno nrrangomenta for Hickman nl in rods. He expeots to hnve Uio boat line In operation in a very short time. Iod-ford- GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. 1U5. cleaning and pressing phono Wo call for and deliver your work. White Bros. tor you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. LET US SHOW YOU Just let 'em keep on! Uio excursion : A Pashlon notes says that skirts aro to bo much shorter this fall. Oivo TXis n. Tx-lv- l INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLE I Forty nlno tickota were sold for to Nashville last l'rl- day Tlio regular morning train left hero with three extra coaches. Reynolds, Moss &Co. I Lyric Saturday Night. &4 JB A Jk. ..4t. - t in i Choosing Silver Aitullc design. correct tvle. bnllunt tul.aA WILSON'S STORY k A' KW ."'"" hn T". "'"' bwafrA ON RUSBY DEAL SECRETARY DENIES HE KNEW DETAILS OF CONTRACT WITH EXPERT. I i & UY 1847 SOGERS BROS.S Bradley Sr Parham Announce the Jkrrl val of Advance New Fall Suitings , ilmware the choice of discriminating purchaseri. 1 hu name to-dstandi for the hcarust grade of ptateand exquisite beauty of patterns, assuring long years of service tjnd tat. tslaction. Itslemarkable durability hat won it the popular title "Silrtr TUlt dfllcrs FAILS TO REMEMBER ITEMS Secretary of Agriculture, Testlfylnfl at Wiley Inquiry, Declare! He Was Too Busy to Take Notice. Shoes, Hats. HMCexx's F9JLjrxx&txTXS& Ikjl Wtjrt." Sold brlnJInr every- - Washington, Aug. 22. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson told tho house InAs usual, this showing embraces many exclusive effects not to be found else-whe- re vestigating committee of the trouble in tho department of agriculture oer in this city. All of the popular shades, weights and effects arc reprethe proposed dismissal of Dr II Motor), Can. Wiley, chief of the bureau of chem-lbtrj- , sented in the great exposition. because of an alleged Illegal employment of Dr contract for tho Be sure to come in. Now is the time when the range of choice is greatest and expert, at ?1,CUU. T0RNAD0RAZES TOWNS H. II ltusby, a drug to work out; under an arrangement mo3t varied. bO days a jour. Dr. Wiley testified that Secretary kH SEVERAL PERSONS KILLED IN Come in and treat yourself to an inspection of these lines. Wilson at first qpprovved n salary ot NORTHERN WINDSTORM. 2,000 for Dr. ltusby Instead of 1.600. "I don't remember anything ubaul Minnesota and Dakotas Swept by it SBj a 2)000 contract," said Secretary Devastating Cyclone of son. "I don't say ho did not brlns. Fierce Fury. such n contract to me, for wo ure morning to night," lie Minneapolis, Aug. 22. A terrlno busy from all remembered about Windstorm along the International added that Dr. ho ltusby was that Dr employing boundary line In North Dakota, bjew Wiley came to him with n statement down houses on the heads of their arrangement to em he had oooupants and whipped crops into that Kusby. an ploy shreds. "I did not know tho details,- - said Thirty persons are reported killed tho secretary. "I had to depend on bear Antler, In Ilottlnghatn county, my subordinates for that " North Dakota, and 24 wore injured In that town Dispatches state that two tornadoes ARMY OFFICER KILLS SELF uveraone. collided at Sherwood. Heavy propBrown-Mitc- hell, The doctors are urging ail kinds erty loss is reported at .Sherwood, measures and precautions Capt F. T. Thornton Takes Poison of sanitary public." upon the Hohall and Sourls. At Sourls Following Surrender of ! ono person was killed. "Yes, if all the recommendations His Sword. Tliv many friends of tho contractA child of Elmore Carl-coand warnings were followed, a man's ing parties were greatly tmrprUcd IiIng near Sherwood, was killed, Jtut received, n nice lot of Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 22. Disgraced home would look like a hospital." when rht-- Ittirned that Miss Marino and Reeml members of the family and under arrest for conduct unbewere injured Nrown and K. Allen Mitchell, both A MARINE JOKEI coming an officer, CapL Frank ThornSeveral persons wero Injured when ton of tho slxty-thlrif Hlcknuiii, were united In marrlugu company of coast the storm struck the home of James artillery, committed suicide in hit tu Union City, Friday uftumuon at Khnz, two miles east of Sherwood. room C &. tit Fort Wordrn by taking chlobuildings of Ole Johnson The ral hydrate. Friday the captain wai The coup!.' bad laid their plan so were demolished and several farm disgraced on the parade grounds at ileverly that trout suspt-ctethat bands were Injured. by having his sword S? their courtship of noverul years mom P and will sell them at a bargain for the Members of tho family of Ingomar Fort Worden This away. followed a period mi nerir a happy consummation. UUa Nelson, who did reside east of Sher- taken of alleged drunkenness and his ap next wood, saved their lives by lying down pearance on Hess iuirjM,r. of Uulou City, hod boon the parade ground in In a wheat field. Tho buildings and an vbtltlug Minn Uruwu for Kuternl days, unfit condition. personal property were scatterred. uud It "Jut huppviieU" that Mum Captain Thornton served In tho A destructive hailstorm struck PerPhilippines with tho California volun lirovwi decided to her due, Saskatchewan. Wind destroyed visitor htnue uml "iix'ud a few du)" many furra buildings in the Elmore teers. entering the regular army there as a second lieutenant with iiur. . They lufl ou the morning district of the sami province. Ono person was seriously injured train. The tuuuo uftvrnoou, Mr Mitch. i)l nmde u "butduvwi trip" to the there. Two fatalities are reported at JEALOUS MAN KILLS SELF West Hope. city. oMoinpariWiI by Circuit Clerk MorrtM The rest la understood It) v , John Patton Tells Wife He Is Jeaioua, ' Then Goes Into Back Room Ilrlnkl), of the IlaptUit vhuruti, united DROWNS IN SHALL0WP0NP II and Takes Acid. the happy loir In the parlor of tho ' Believed to Have Become Mired In I 'a I lace Hotel, in the presence of only I St Ixmls. Aug. 22. John Patton, 21 Midshipman Mud of County Lake-Mo- ther Easy I wonder what Miss Harper uud Mr. Morris. years old, 3831 Cozzens avenue, stniUd on Bank. They Uft the same night for Owens-bom-. as he scolded his wife Sunday even- people- will say when they hear I am ing. He told her he was Jealous. Sh going, to marry old Widow lllllyunsr Ky., to lsll tho groom's father, St Louis, Aug. 22. Kdwln Von Lieut DIunt They'll probably say I). F. MltUiell, and other relative Behrens, 18 years old, of 3921 Vest did not take her husband's remark you're a mariner for money. avenue, drowned In four feel of water Berlously. Froiu, there they go to St. IjjiiIs for "You'll bo sorry for this," he said, In Lake January, near Ferguson. His u rliort stay. His Finish. mother, Mrs. Fred Ilehrens, was on as he started for the back room. "I'd Mrs. Mitchell Is a daughter of Mr "I waa surprised to sen old Tito-wad-'s rather be dead than have you treat the bank talking to friends. In your paper thla tind Mrs. J. It. lirown, aud Is one of death notice Tho drowning occurred Sunday mo this way." the Hwcotenl and niont sensible joung A few minute later Mrs. Pattoa morning." morning, ilehiens was, one of a party "You must be mistaken. The only iudli'H of our acquaintance. Hho wan of picnickers who had gono to spend found her husband dead. Ho had notlco concerning Tttewad was the ac- retired lu Hickman, aud Is deserved the day at the. lake. The mother had swallowed curbollc acid. count of how bo lost a thousand dol ly iKiptilar, having a largo bout of ' warned her son and he promised to lars in speculation." Btny In shallow water. It is believed Retired Ecltor Dies. frieuds. She will certainly meet all I "WolL he didn't llvo after that did that bo was mired In the mud. 'His Kogers, Ark., Aug. 22. Dave Adams, tlia reiiulroraeiits of u good wife It ' cries for help were so faint that no former editor of th i Journal, died at occurs to us that "Mitch" has every I help could reach him before he disap- bis home. Ho was CO year old. rcuson to congratulate himself- - but i peared. We know our bualuetw and do our then soma folks seem to nave oeeu The body was recovered nfter half Mork right. Whlto Bros. (in hour by drover Korkel. KfTorta to lxrn under ttiu proverbial "Lucky resuscitate tho youtli were vain. Von etftr." Behrens is survived by his parents In Justico to tho groom, wo wilt C 'end thrco Bisters. xay that bo is a clever young fellow but not by nny means as good lookCISTERNS TO H0LD,CIDER ing as bis brklu. Ilu bus been In I DIDNT. Hickman about thrco yearn, coming Not Enough Barrels for Apple Crop (o this city from Qwoiuiboro, Ky. In Peoria, County, Until the past fow months, ho was Illinois. Horse Thief Caught, locul agent for tho l.lno Htcaui-- . On a Return Engagement Peoria, I1L, Aug. 22. Peoria county ers, but resigned to accept u clor-icu- l nro preparing to convert their farmers position with Uio Ilrynnt-I'ollia-- 1 water cisterns into cider tanks to care s Den Johiibon was located In Union Grain Co. of this city In for tho bumper applo crop. Apples short, Mr. Mitchell, Is u qtilot, bust ro oovorlng tho ground, there is no City this week and brought to Hickling young man of good haliltH, and sale for them now and old barrels aro man and lodged in tho county Jail Presenting an entire change of program with luui u promising future arc read by the people D not obtainable. Ci .or mills disman- by Sheriff JohnBon. hlin. tled many years ago are being put in because it gncs them Is accused of stealing a Johobon Anuouncumunls Ktato tliut Mr. uud complete change of actors, new shape for the rush. news of absorbing inhorse from Jim Phillips, of near FulMrs. Mitchell will be at home lu It Is said the apple crop In this ter- ton, aud play. Presenting terest People no lonu'cr Hickman after September 1st It Is thought that he has ritory Is tho best in twenty years. go looking about for Tho Courier Joins tholr many friend valuables than water in stolon several animals from Fulton "Cider is more things they want they lu wishing them a long life ot peace thla rain belt," said an orchardlsL county people. go to their newspaper uud contentment. Johnson Is also wanted in Carlisle, "and we will us the cisterns." for information as to Graves and Hick man counties for where such things may Fairground Bul'dlngs Burned, horse Htcullng, uud it is very be found. This method Torro Haute, Ir .., Aug. 22. Flro Belt for a Child. that Sheriff Johnson has made saves time and trouble. ball, the grand feurnod Agrioultur As a roller from tho dull and patent u valuable capture. If you want to bring stand and smaller structures of the leather belt for tho heavy llnon frock Edgar county (III.) fair association's your wares to the attenfor the little maiden there aro velvet Is 10,000. grounds at Paris. Tho loss tion of this community, belts. These velvot belts differ from -MIw Utbcl Naylor has returned At the river at- those of the grownups lu tho fact that our advertising columns from u visit to Fulton. thoy close In front with a large flat bow, Instead of a regular buokU. H. C. Barrett, funeral director and einbalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing all (uticros. Ifcrtitt KaWj rs. I Ml UtM tX Seo4 wbere. lot ratiloeu For the benefit of those men who desire to receive nt first hnntl their ideas of Fall and Winter Fashions, we have brought on a great advance showing of imported and domestic fabrics, the very smartest effects ever shown in Hickman. CI."bolo nHBBJ M I BRADLEY & PARHAM Io-raln- o, NOTICE 30 day. y c I - SADDLES 2 Hickman Harness Co. Return Engagement W. R. MARKLE'S h.r New Show Boat iTnCii GOLDEN ROD ns& OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS Ih tnus-Fari- o pro-ba'b- lt School Days HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Co. IU-ua- r Miss Virginia I'rather is visiting Miss Katheriuo Jones lu Hopklnsvllle, I Contain Your Ad Church evening. Services nt tho Presbyterian next Sunday, morning nnd INSURED WITH KENNEDY. s- - Master Handle Luten, of Fulton, Is J. M. Ezolle purchased tho two Deo the guott of his grandmother, Mrs. Pleasant residences lu East Hickman Maggie Itandlo. MrB. Donnio 8haw was hero Monday, from Woodland Mills, tho guost of hor brother, H, U. Curlln. Wednesday, Aug. 30th Hickman Courier and Commercial Appeal AL Friday. Will Helm was on the sick Hat eral days laut week. sev- Miss HetUe Willams will leave lu u fow days for St Louis whero suo will study new fall styles. DD a Edwin Kuqua, Who has been with tho Nows-Dannnt Union City for Uio past two yenrs, has accepted n position with Uio Courier. er 1 yr, 1.2 Pro and Con. THERE IS CONTENTMENT WHEN THERE IS MONEY M THE BANK CoriniM lw. I, c r ZimstiMta Co No 41 Jjpv--& CP 'HE possession of a Bank account brings a contentment which means more than rk and does you no good. So no matter how hard you rk, you accomplish very little as long as you worry, and jy a feeling of independence. Worry hurts more than this reason the contented person is always successful n it is so easy to start an account at our bank and ins so much toward your happiness and success, why (it off longer? The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. luck for $75.00. School Announcement, W Meadow h, proprietor of tin' In addition to tho regular course, Meadow h Hotel, happttird to Hickman College thin tur will have no kind of lock a lkl W. A Uio following special courses: of (Ik-- hotel MaTliulil. VtK-a- l mid liiHlriiiiuintal Music. M-tcamu lo rm tunu I C Frouch. FvMVr und r KUterod at tho Mead- Herman. if lloti und when he wont to Ureok. JMfrehv prenruttd a check to I ho KlouiiUun. propeller for fi&.OO, wliltJi wuhhooii lUmkkceplng. SrtMnV and ho wont on liU wuy Shorthand. Tin- - check wuh deposited uud Typewriting. I 1 'iiifi?-turi- of L.ii.lor UiiMt It cuinu back t i CVdu , unl uud dliiry. "no inoiiuy. '. FittRrs .. V Ponmniislilp. And advuutugcti of the now library. Tho High School Course In five (o all pupils In Pultun County. I'bone 38 at Betlcrnworth & Prath- - for groceries. A short time ago wo made com ineut upon tho fact that soino Hick-wa- n merchants, In oortaln Instances, were charging too mucli for their goods. Thcro was rejoicing In tho ranks of some of the mull order folks when thny nilxtook our position. Tho Courier Ik for homo trado first, last uud all tho time, except In uch as referred to ahovo, which uro vnstly In tho minority. Away back In the early tlayH of tho world tliere was a man who killed hit brother and when asked where tho brother wiih cried "Ain I my brother's keeper?" Tho satno question hns coinV down to UiIk dny mid the man "Alio helps kill lib home merchant mid his homo town by sending bin patronage aw.iy to wiiiie fur tiff city raise thin Hame extnwo, "Am I my brother') kooper?" Tho gotl U)ok ujH',IUar one another's burdens." So we luivo Hcrlpturnil uutliorlty for standing together as a tomiuuulty. And this obligation bus rented upon people ever since tho world wiu created. The of self preservation was born In men, and very early they bunded themselves together against u com-inofiiomy, arranging tlielr homes no that they would bo protected from attuek, and as time went on and tltli'H grow, building walln around hono cities for greater proloctlon. Bo tho obligation to Htuutl together tut u community Is JuhI. us strong today. Wo do not have to build walls to keep out marauding bands, but wo do luivo to liavo a conuiion tmisury 1n order that wo may have an armed force to proHurvo order, In order that wo may luivo a chtitral authority to execute our lawn. In order that wo may have custodians of our common property. And what bos this to do with trading ut bonio? Everything. Did you over stop (o consider wlmt would bo the result If overjono traded wltli tho mall order Iiousoh? Thero would bo no homo merchants. They could not exist without customers. Store buildings would bcome vacant und would full Into decay. No now onoa won 14 be built because there would be no demand for them. Widows depending upon tho income from their business InUses would suffor waul. Children depending upon thorn for an education would go without. Iloveiiue from taxation upon those buildings und tho Think About It Now HBT ! A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have THE LARGEST LINE THE LOWEST PRICES THE BEST MAKES of stoves to be found in Western Kentucky. HEATERS RANGES COOKS If its in the stove line we have it. !.25.00 to 50.00 8.00 to .$4.50 to $25.00 35.00 We carry five different makes, including the famous Charter Oak and Boss lines. We know we can save you money, and your credit is good at St Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED oootxx xxxo3srins THE HOME MlttMT DO o-- a MADE I VACATION T-- Gircus Coming. The biggest day of amusement this year In Hickman will take place on Monday Sept. 18. This will be tho occasion of the visit of the famous Sun Brothers' World's Progressive Shows. This popular tented exhibition Is now on its twentieth annual tour and the assertion, Is made by the Si) u management, that .the show Is richer and newer In all departments. Each succeeding season a new company of artists are engaged for the Big Top performance. This season all previous efforts ore eclipsed. In fact they outshine them all. The Zoo-logand Wild Beast dlslay Is a mammoth one and serves to Introduce tho greatest and most select collection seen here In a decade. Tho show owns Its awn special cars, train of magnificent sixty-foincluding stable oars, flats, baggago and animal cars and Pullman sleep- ing coaches, all of these being elegantly furnished. Over ono hundred men, women and children performers take part In tho show. The special, or big display, ucts are given by Illustrious European nnd American headllnera. The wild boast section Is a noteworthy feature and Is eduoatlvo and unusually attract Ivo, with many odd subjects, never be fore exhibited In Amrlca. From many exchangs at hand, and other reports, the show la a good one. In fact one of the bast traveling today in America. The officials and goers generally welcome the Sun Brothers' Show with opon urms, because otlts great cleanliness and freedom from gamblers, grafters and immoral Issues. Two performances will bo offered, afternoon aud night at the railroad "Y" In West Hickman. ic ot The Word f Z JTMI T ''JYlr Wearer CUHMNVI ronrtouNiA! ) vlEt abv Nwdg In bvrcuac NY. The best things said about Peck Clothing are said by the men who wear it and after all this is the best test. Too often the suit well portrayed in a clever advertise- ment falls down on the back of the wearer. Peck Clothes have a double mission: to attire a man in good taste and in good style and to serve him week in and week out and still hold their shape and style to the end of the season. See the suits and overcoats you would be proud to wear, at prices rangII t I av. io J Brrt-lO- ZTT iJbll Juojnnm ron. TKIAMRDr ' Htttcks coapo. u ing from $10 to $25 ?-- ' 1 Eclipse shoes in all the latest styles, Button and Lace, Tans, Gun Metal, Pat- ....ouioipo.uu Rents, Box Calf and Vici Kid lew Fall Hats in all colors and shapes :M .$2.00 to $4.00 fr n BALTZER& i DODOS D. Q. CO. Incorporated they should contain would The city would have less to run its government. There would bo less roveuuo to maintain tho schools. Our streets would bo neglected, and we could not afforrd to light them. Wo could not enjoy flro protection for fow could not pay hydraut rental. School teachers would havo to take gradually reduced salaries until thoy received nono, for towns would languish nnd die under such treatment Public spirit, town pride would ceaso, would die. People the newHpancra movo away to tho great cities, for tho empty buildings, and tho hopeless fuLuro would bo depressing In tho extreme. Thero would bo no Incentive for a man to live In tho town under ttuch circumstances. Tho uuUI order houses would of course thrive. There would be fortunes In It for a fow. They would soon form a groat mall order trust, und after all of the small merchants woro dead and they had thus destroy ed all competition they would flx prices to suit themselves. Then Instead of selling cheaper, as It Is claimed that thoy do, thoy would sell for Just as great a profit as they It Is a fallacy to say that one should trade where ho can buy tho cheapest. Tho first price Is only ono element In the purchaso of commodities. Keeping tho money at homo is or should be a powerful factor. Trading with those who deal with us should bo another. We should bear each other's burdens. Wo should help tho home .merchant because lie needs our help Just as bo helps us when wo need his holp. No sensible man or woman should be caught by tho pleas of these mail order houses. If you sit in a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff neck or lame back, you will bo looking for something that will ease the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and don't be talked out of it because It Is the best pain relieving liniment you can get anywhere Price 25c, 50c and 1.00 por bottle. f Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Seo our bargains In mens, boys and young mens clothing. Sullivan Bros. Go carts, hammocks and porch Mrs. W. C. Speor and son are .homo wings. St Louis Furnishing Co. from a visit with relatives at Sturgeon, M. "lelli It for Imi," Mil ( I J TV WmiiAAiti)Atl fifth '3kZS? sf"vi T&f ji-HF- M Th "U y&L "? 4 Shower Your .', -l- Cnttrter Wrrk v Sprmon ly lAhTKll HI hsKI I - T "- t: If, 1M tf .:.; Si Bdtc.r :. : &&? f: Ky. Lump Coal Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked hh ikJ mmi, 1 WHEREARTTHOU? Sinners Are Fearful, Saints 4.50 tlii-I- r A To,n f Tmmmmmam Bathroom Are Joyful on Hearing Let me snvt you money on your coal. For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other builncn opportunities and will sell this place at much less than It Is worth. It can be had with building, stock, farmlr Implements and poultry already on IL So, God's Voice, St Jnhn.N' STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH of itrook.-iji- i - We can put one in at little cost and with very little trouble to you. When you experience the comfort and refreshment you get from its use you will be sorry you did not have one before. But better late than never. Tell us to call will make k complete. today. - IIILKIIIdll j -- w- I q nt i." III. cvriUMiutiiy uu. Phones Mo. 75 MM'JMI3'IMI ; BofVt i m 1 Attorncy-at-La- w !; -- nnd Notary Public ' Will practice in all Courts i! ii:w IMiMMB jSK1 I fHfm II I I ' J- - ; Judge B. T. Davis ' r EVEN Administrator's Notice, AH persona holding claims cLJ& Jjf 0NEf WAY OF GETTING er against tho estate of Mary Bolton, deceased, are heresy notified to file eamo with me In proper form on or before the 1st day of September, 1911, or be for-evbarred. Goakler Johnson, Ad Policeman It Willing to Allow Derv tlst Torture Patient After Latter Tells His Story. "Here," said the policeman after ho had hurriedly entered the dentist's reception room, "what's sola onT You've- had a man in there hollerin' - tulnlstrator. Aug21 bloody murder for naarly half an hour. Why 'don't you give him somethliuj to stop his palnr "dive him something to stop his paint My dear sir, you don't understand. I had occasion to take a lady to lunch ono day last woek oh. It 'was a business matter, nothing more and this chap saw me. Well, the next day he happened to meet my 'wife, whom he knew before she was -- ASK FOR RATES- married, and he mentioned that be had seen me and wanted to know Iwhatjtho other lady's name was. Of W. J. McMURRY Attorny-at-La" course, I "Oh, never mind. Go ahead and Building on corner. Office la Davis klU him." Hickman, Ky. Apply a cotton cloth wet with DAL LAJLD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all founds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, end note its wonderful healing power. It U prompt and very effecUve. l'ricu 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 Business Directory Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two g d 3S and the other 32 feet, with shed on sides. Nice you ,, ilionmole It Im with all bearing orchard, 60 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of iiililreMiI large tu.lil 1 tHt iMiiloatur to tildo from God. Irttl'fllllluCCM of III place In cutlvaltlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bale of cotton per a." hie students. Muuy Tli Time of Raitltutlon. also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A RtUdl-lllof liN nut n uiunloriT und, eveu Ailstu books nnd of bis If liU rlme uiMilil Ik n theft. fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kind, published It wns ii mall oo only nn nppto. stock and widely about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought w i Kcrnii'iii mnif from Und tii li'oii linHtrtfect. nx nre liU place. Alt under good American wlro fence, but outside Is a range iirif.lilHrini; cltltvi chllilreii iinlny. hH iiiljtht em Wo uiijiiit to hoar lilm 5,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. We uro to remember, how report one of his ever, tlmt ti nus perfect, nud tlutt Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river dtp. i mldrcw from his nml crliue wnx dUolKillt'iieo to Adnm, nftrr he had Ood's ioIoi- - enlllni; to the nliiner Its. No better soil under tho sun. Place will stand any kind of Invest Gods ti-riiniinl iiml snuelit to hide from hi should 1k hearkened to. for allliuuuli Art Thou J" ((ienesU He HiHiflk. In tmiifi of JUNtliHi, He tells gallon you may care to make. Maker "NVIit-rIII. ! This Is n extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, alio of "1.HU' Dlvlno nil lovcxt The KptHikor declared that fenr Is eelllnK" It niwiirun u tlmt our r absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Make a gocd but t onp of tlu innladlei to which Im not us nor enllnWj Immunity N Hiiltjn't. nttil ho iuntitl ttio CBHt iih ff fonttittoti Sill. crop every year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a yood In of hath torment.'' Apostle's wnK rai-no ure In the rlslil vestment, It will pay you to buy this place. Surli uf iHir AltlHMigli KKple differ Broatly In their liMirt hniirfci-i- i ti the tuitv mpntnl inakimp. the 1'iistnr UMleveil cHHlltiii ii f of M mn rrni ihWr mi'Miic It common to oil mankind to ri'tunt tt th it fator umler the In Mtnic form or other. The only call of tUW (MimiI Age tu iMicowe lu admitted nre the saints Joint IiHm with Jiwim (rWt their of Cod. uho have tunii'il from sin nnd r ait1 ninl Wteiultrr pItoii tlii'tr nil to the Iord as followers IIli ItrHle Itnileuier. the crvat Itj th of Jfttift. Tlieoe Rrndually come to of itlu himI Km ileath aMllty tllaKr may undorxtsuil tlitlr Maker mid to have Ht h (hUI blnuitac wbkh ronflilt-iIn Ills lovtng pruvUlous for will them i nitnin thrwueh tliciii In nil their n flair. Ai love faithful Mh'wlni: lu the fimil of mmmmmmammmammtmmmtmmmmmmmmammtmmmmm Into tht'lr tuidrbt four departs. Je-comei lb) bumir Mt44l liDNtorinntj i Ai the Scrlptuns declare, "Perfect " lilt- etert iniulil lore rnsteth nut fear" Hut a ver lame i tai fnll imilrWy t AltliouRb tui human txtnR It perfect, Mauy f lUm iMve lirar i.vd' nil Imve hIuihhI nnd romo short of pKieii hit UfhiiM awl plorkiuM Htandsnl. noue nre totally the duulit 0(!ir tur.ir er luiprf(iniy dcpr-jM-An oluuient of the Divine u I tii.uk ibt Is ssvrety bcenlh Snow Finite Flour. rhsr.Ktor otlll nitnlns In alL All Int.-- mi tarmitloRH Mcalsk-r- t iketM htiTe Home tvallsntlon of rlclit and N Best Meats in the city, fresh nnd tender. f th tan Im Miawd at the vr iic unit Home appreciation of pr. Hue lur Itlble liifnrtM tinx- to iln rlclit nnd to avoid Ut thni (. hI U iviI eMriCtj! l UH Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. HJ Whenever sin U roinmlttrd, wrmij: nluuer xii aimhmii bHiiiM( HI Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. with It naturally ami procrly goes bh-- t y IImi. h itrmkli-tlmt nine appr'UUon of Divine dUpIeat-th'-- w w m f i nn naaaa. tinot hour Fresh Vegetables of nil kinds. rv of Huwortlilaen of DUIne love Jtl Ttcr m.'iI h iihwnl l.y ibr Hluh and f'iriir in nnrh heirt-- i there In of I .r lhl Ar lillM llltlmntihjr Full line of Hcinz's, varieties. i. a lnu,-- e hu- h.il' oc ir ms "lit- no rtMiitltutcd as tocnue the itmlliiicl. Ik- lllMt tells u ttt e tniiwn Iflon and love of an ih! irlwioita inTsanrwettt for the mill All Powerful Creator. Kl'i-il.m- i ..f Mnwlnk. nltlrh will titd Adam, the Sinner, Aihimed. Htini nimI hi hI Hlrrv th prtanticr Thf Srrliitnros clearly Inform m of Hti mihI iknlh. simI Iximc Nil Telephone orders receive our personal attention. that nlitioiiKli Mother Bve was clear Luowlehn of the DIvIimj ehsru li the Senwnt. FnthiT Adam ter tliniutli ttf liW ufortunltli i not Tin' Serpent representedl to provldeil Ul the lletWmer All the Mother Kve that (iod uhh striving to blind eji-- nil) then l" opMieil. nnd Itestl-tutlowill Ih titistopjx-kiip IIk lire In limemnce, nnd nil donf t hiiiiiHii ixTfiNiliMi nnd to nn reeoiiiiuei'deil dlMiUillonce ns thi road tn knowUslite anil hspplneiM. Mother earthly PUi-- everlsntlDK will be offer Phone 74: Ke. uii.-i- i ijunlnlitl with her Creator, il to the olinllent. and wilful rrjec Im) utterly destroyed (Acts UL n Into dlHohodlunre to His tors will Ku-w- flit I..Au. J'tti --t'untor to-il- i Crvrttitr ulil. h lliiMt IihiI prvvl-otnl- ) 1 rtijojt1 I'lwi Patlur ituwtoM. hid fntiHiiod. barns, one hIii-Her- tUti jin-ntt- Cre-uto- Tir Imh-bii- ftr Ih. The Hickman Courier The Everything You Want '.). x-l'- e fr Grocery l. a1 . m-- ilrif u ni-i"- rtwtli-siien- 57 - All-Wis- Deliveries Prompt H er MATHENY BROS. & PLANT h eoiuuiinul utider-NtiM- 10 23). l.itlier dain. not deceived, iht'iviI) that the wrong rouro "IN A DAD WAY" would not Idng happiness, but the d.ath M.nnlt) IIU deliberately wil- Many a Hickman Reader Will Feci ful ln wo ptlilpnil) prompted by Grateful for This Information. line fur hl wife He put hi wife in tliv pln-- HICKMAN MARBLE T0A KiK-cc- WORKS IVA il hl hl Creator, and sacrl-tllife to share her penalty. V i KHTAIII IMIIK The Kil" pair renllwtl their Too Much of a Risk. The beautiful girl had fallen Into their unwortof further Dlvlno favor hlnm of the fellorxhlp of 'the lake, and, much to the displeasure of the moving picture man, the tried Pavidftoa'a old stand. Phone No. 2. and tested hero refused to go to her Hickman, Ky. laid. "What's the trouble with your demanded the moving picture man an HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. grily, -- wny didn't you Jump In and Funeral Directors and Embalmers. irescue the maldT" "Skeered I might got drowned." rePboaa 20, day or night. sponded the hero nonchalantly. Hickman, Ky. "But you are wearing your now hecauses heartburn, sour ro modair stomach, nervousness, "That's limt thA ImnSU Tti THE ELECTRIC STUDIO nausea, impure blood, and blamed medal weighs so much I'm j Everything In Photography more trouble titan many skeered I'd sink." different kinds of diseases. 8tyle, Quality and Prices Right The food you eat ferments Next to Price Housu May Be for Effect. in your stomach, and the "I never bofore saw a man so poisons it forms arc .ababout the futuro of his W. F. MONTGOMERY sorbed info your wl'iole town." Undertaker system, causing many dis"He does Indeed seem to bo very en tressing symptoms. At the thuslostlc about the futuro of his town. Hearse and drivers furnished on first sign of indigestion, try hut I have often wondered If ho roally short notice. feels that way or Is merely playing a Et2 . DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dantlst When your bock gives out; Becomes lomo, weak or aching; When urinary troubles set In, Your kidneys nro "In n bad way." Don't delay use Ltoan'a Kidney DILLON, Sr., Prop. to II. (1. llAintnnKf. nils. Hero worth. is Kood JUwk WKBBKnmmmKi- ilrorll I Marble and Granite evidence of their Monuments CURIUNfl, STONK WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FKNCINC. Hickman, Kentucky Indigestion i J. J. Owen. 113 K. North St.. Mny- flcld, Ky., says: "I suffered severe ly from backache, particularly If I stooped, and at night I could not nst on account of tho pain lu my loins, longed to get rid of tho troublo, but uns unablo to do bo until I used Donn's Kidney Pills. In a short time this remedy entirely relieved mo of tho aunoylng bnckacho." (Statement given In July, 1903.) CONFIRMED PROOF. On May B Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. IHt.KIl II. T. DAVIH Hth KENTUCKY J.J.ailONIUIItANT ll.TlfllKI.KKI.il part" WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. ltyr ".Why do you question his ulnccr-- 1 I The only dairy In Fulton County. L "I happen to know that most of his money Is lnvestod In town lota bm WW UU Ul XUi. l.,lhlM1s1 . .. Word's ht I Black-Draug- Rough Lumber Tor Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. For Sale.. the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwatcr, Mo., says: "1 suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, and now I can eat without distress." Try it. Black-DraiiR- lnterviov,ed and said: "What I stat ed through our Mn) field nowspnpers In the summer of 1903 about Hoan's Kidney Pills still holds Rood. Burlni? tho four years which haVe slnco elapsed there has been no recurrence of my trouble nnd lu view of this f ict, I again highly recommend Doan's Kid noy Pills to other kldnoy sufferers. For sale by all dealers. Price GOc. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. n 1307, Mr. Owen was THUKIITOIIH UlKO. Dr.J.M. HtnillAUI) IIKNItV NANriKK T.A.I.KIlttmn , We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J. J. ('. 1IOND17IIANT. 11.0 ICAMACIi:. J. A. AVt Cnililrr TIIOMI'HON, 'wlilr Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman. 2 If you are in need of anything A four room dwelling on same lot, water In yard. New, Just built 1910. in this line, see Both houses are in first class condl- Dr. J. M. HUBBARD -2 Houso and lot In West Hickman, five rooms throe porches, city water in kltchon and sower. Mr. nnd Mrs. N. K. Estes. nml children of Martin, havo been tho Kuesta of her sister, Mrs. Swan llur-ru- s. aci33v.craa z e Insist on Thedford's lh tlon and stand on a lot CCxlOG feet. $1200 Is the price of both places for Our famous Granger coffee, at 25c, Dohnke's Cream Bread received Is still tno talk of the town. Better quick sale, or may bo sold separate daily at Matheny Bros. & Plant. For further Information apply to We have than lota' of 35c coffees. Phono 38. some new things in fur& Prather. W. E. Allen, Hickman, or L. J. Allen, niture this season. Hickman Furni4o Kenton, Tenn. Subscribe for the Courier. ture Co. Misses Leila and Mabel Shuck, of Memphis and Misses Anna nndChnr. lotto Alexander, of Union Cltv. wnm tho gueats of Capt. W. A. Shuck, of near Jordan, soveral days lastweok. LAUNDRY -- AT FRESH MEATS? o. ix. "vxooixaa Phone 4 4 I Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tako that prescription to Holm A. Klllson. Turo drugs, quick servlc reasonable prices. Let us flguro on that bill of lum ber. Reynolds Mom ft Co., In cor porated. I f GROCERIES Phonc 4 C. H. Moore B33ST T I f i R..IUI..I uumum Tuesday afternoon I Luwcsii n rnces tx WhiU Bros., koM 1U. IEAL E8TATC Deed Recorded with County Clerk During Pat Week. nlat of the cltv of Ledfortl wus k'cordid tli la showing 47 lots Hid the location of cotton gin. Tlio i'B are all on tliu south side of the M &. U railroad. vn A Jacknon to V. I Hogurx, Lid $icuo 'A wt-o- LYRIC THEATRE Books Some Good Shows. More Good Ones to Follow. MEASURE HEIGHT OF FLIGHT h A ItobcrtHon to H. A. Wllkltm. In Cnci- $2800. rl A ItouertHiui to Ula C. Wllktim n r. h land 12700. llcflej to J. A. Umlorwood, - Sunt. 30, The Night llldur Co. Oct 1C, Tho Sinn on tho Box. Tho small captive balloon, the giant lovellng rod rising high In the air, and -- Nov. 16, Fliinegnu's Honeymoon. the man, with the transit are means Doc. 2l, Peck's Und Hoy. adopted at aviation meets to determine Jan. 3, A Bachelor's Honeymoon. the height reached by the contesting Jan 13, Thulma. Jan. The Yankee Uoodlo ax Stock Co. Fob. 3i, Human Hearts. HI Mar. lit, Tho Olrl and Tho Trump. Mar. 20, Tho Thluf. m Mtans of Determining Distance Aero planes Make In Air by Giant Levellno Rod. This Ware akaafeafeaaaU aVaUialkXa aJ aaaaaaa taUaaWaAaaaal ' ' ' ' - aAfeJ On the Streets Jesae Helm returned to""Mefflphls Friday. Schmidt, ImltatloM. All the & Heard FREE & This Set of wiuiik. Lnjo Aluminum the Tailor. Bew&rv of a i French'. latest magazines at Fethe Pulton The penalty goes on all delinquent city taxes tomorrow. 1S0U. 8 tV Meadow lotH to K. W. BCAT THE SOUTH Fulton. $520 in flV M ThouipKon to Howard Honrou, liM lluktnun. 1700. Annie KlklriH to V II. Honor and t (' Hickman .Turns Out Three Bales of Cotton Saturday. No. 8 10 in. Aluminum & Aluminum What has become of the new city hall proposition, Doctor? We know Johnson, land, C UhMm to J $M)0. M HihII IiiIm Ihikuiaii. H0t lhktimn t'ie I)rhTH Glu bought and turned out threw bales of cotton Saturday. wIiIlIi was grow n near lllokiimn. Tho gin turned out the limit bale lust 30 Sk.Ild Aluminum py pw work right White Bros. our business and do our ware Two 10 in. Aluminum 90. ' DoddH to Martini 2ID 10. ltlm, $R0. lot day ahead of lant yoar'8 first IiuIj. Wo aro uIho nlumd of Tenneaseo. Ar- kaiHHtH will be Given Dowdy to M. It. Hlinw, 1 and .Hmiiirl In ruporrtlng the Aviation Fltld at Drescla, Italy. p.. p.u Two-qua- Dr in ares hind. ' aeroplanes, says Popular Mechanics. The photograph was taken at the moRoper's Colt Show. time mm wik The iiunlltv is rer- - ment ItouKler was passing the Indlca-to- r during aviation week at Urcscla, purttMl iim being gojd, and the yield Italy. Knglnnd's first permanent aviaIh much belter thnn anltflipatud. tion flold hns a complete system of jjHr's Annual Coll Show Hill take devices, also. on Tuesday, Sept 12, at the flvo in Ilea earn of Hickman. The Mltle MIhh Paulino Barnes, the dwIhk premiums will bu given: best iiiuhIcIhii to her uge In Missouri, MOTOR CAR USED IN 1861 locrnt $20, Oceo1a 110, Mohawk returned to hor homo In JAint Prairie, Black Hoy $12 00. Ouucra that Mo , Sunday, nflur n vlidt with uer Elijah Ware Raced Machine Against iriot want to turn colls loose In aunt, Mrs Alex. Ilaruos. Fast Horsts Nearly Fifty Years Ago Was 8uccess. Rmy bailor them. . Alex Khnurle and Miss HuiiiRoy both of Fulton, Here united In "It Is generally understood that the IThcro's some class to Butters' orth marriage Sunday The groom Is at era of the motor car dates from 1870. I&c Granger coffee. Have Hi' luad of Khourle Bros, a dry but It has recently bean found," sold Jcsso W Perkins of Portland, Me., to goodH firm nt Fulton tried It? a Washington Post reporter, "that &, Elijah Waro, onco a railroad construction engineer In Boston nnd vicinity, Invented a very successful macblno In 18C1. "Its success may bo Judged from the fact that Mr. Ware was In the habit of racing his car with fast trotting horses Nnahville, Tenn. Sept. to on the old plank road at Bayonne, N. J., and was able to go over fields, uphill and down dale. He was always thinking of soma mechanical schemes, but could not order his groceries withN, C. & St, Round Trip from Hickman over out being cheated or Imposed upon.' Tho house Is still standing where be H' Tickets on sale daily Sept 15th to 23rd. built his auto. The machine's appearance, wbon completed, resembled a Good until Sept 25th, 1911 modern flro englno more than an automobile. Wood was nsed for fuel, and a Do Not Miss It. The Greatest Fair Ever Held. smalt Iron bollor generated steam tor tho oscillating engines. With the steel R. B. JOHNSON, Agent N C. & St. L Ry. and grass machinery and gnyly painted woodwork It must have had qutto a dashing appearance. "When Mr. Waro completod and first tried hts engine a crowd collected to see the first ran. As a whole the peoplo looked unfavorably at Elijah's achievement, and some went so far aa to havo it denounced by police authori ties as a public nulsanoo, because thoy thought It would frighten the horses. But It seems that the peoplo who tried to help him were the most annoying. When one man asked 'It thero was anything for "Jm to do Mr. Waro repllod. The trouble la there pro too many trying to help.' Mr. and HIGHEST QUALITY Our Motto-PURI- TY Waro ran his machlno very slowly In the streets, and those who saw hVra lay that his steam carrlago made less We mill high quality grain only, low grade and poise than tho modern automobile. On the roads he went llko the wind, acsmutty wheat not received. The public will cording to witnesses In the country. please bear this in mind. The peoplo under stovepipe hats and poke bonnets must have been surprised whon the glittering englno Fame whining along the peaceful Flour, Meal, Bran, Chops and Feedstuffs foads,. without rolls, kicking up dust and vomiting smoke wherever It went." solicit the patronage On this basis height-measurinHa-da- d well-know- flrxt cotton, ulthoiigh they are inucji advurtlned In IIiIh line. Cotton picking will bo pretty under way In l'ulton county by thU Absolutely Free to W p"p rt Fifty years guarantee on Oneida Coremunlty Silverware. H. Hdw. Co. lloj-- s low prices School SulU all colore. at remarkably Sullivan Bros. II. C. Barrett, funeral director and embaluier, with Bt. Louis Furnlthlag Co. u;i Al..: D ..!- -. D-- - iuaicr of Try our washed cooking coal. Uniform size lumps; no dust and dlr. A. A. Farla. Aluminum Bread Pan, 7x11 inches HxlOinchc "Quick Meal" Range During Wyatt Hortou, of Fulton, and Mls3 Grace Underwood, of Martin, were married Sunday. Misses Efile and Bufle Bruer have returned from a several weeks visit at Hot Springs. lyTBf TWgttail Aluminum our Demons tra- tl'on Week TWquart Aluminum Ueilin Sauce ran Jessie Yates, colored, was fined $11 for breach of the peace by Judge Naylor this week. Why not use dusUees coal for cooking. A. A. Farla has the real article at the right price. 195. Pan DURING OUR For cleaning and pressing phone We call tor and deliver your White Bros. Tennessee State Fair work. S5 30 18 23 COOKING Miss Eva Mai Jolly, of Martin, is the guest of Misses Nannie and Hazel Metheny this week. L DEMONSTRATION By a Special Representative of the Herbert Perry was fined $11 this week, by Judge Naylor, on a charge of breach of the peace. J. A. Moore, of Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday with hla parents Mr. and Mrs. Gus Moore. Mrs. Ernest Glbbs and children, of East Prairie, Mo., are here vlslUng her parents, "it. H. Kirk and wife. ""Quick Meal" Steel Range 11 Co. Save from ono to two dollars a thousand on your shingles by buying direct from mill. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. Cayce Milling Co. Begins Monday, September Closes Saturday, September 16 Parron Owen and Miss Ella Coleman, of near Water Valley, were united In marriage at Fulton, Sunday. C. 11. Smith the well known shingle man, has an ad In this issue that will interest you If you are contemplating building, X Cayce, IKv"- , The ladles of Hickman and vicinity are invited to come and see this popular priced range in actual service at our store. You will be under no obligations whatever; we merely want to show you what this range will do. "Bread In Old Kentucky" high patent Margaret flour. Better than others but coats no more. Bettersworth & Prather. Twenty-fiv- e persons were burned and trampled to death in a moving picture theatre In Canoneburg, Pa , Saturday. ,1ktKWTy!filiSIt Quick- we of the public Be ai" Steel Ranges Grain Deposited at Our Risk and Protected by Insurance. Cayce Milling Company 1 of thanking nnd neighbors for thtlr many kind nets during the recent nnd death of our father, a. W. Dameron. Words will not exprms our appreciation. Ills Children. CARD OF THANKS. We take this means Phone 185 and tor a trial order of our Jui'less cooking coal. No slack; no big lumps. Prepared especially for kitchen use. A. A. Farls. Tho cotton season will open in full In tho next ten days and our merchants should get ready for a good business. Pull the trade to . Hickman. our friend 1 have led ell others for years, becauso they give such universal satisfaction. Users of "Qulok Rical" Steel Ranges . . oro our very best advertisers. "QUICK MEAL" STEEL blast Oct SURE SIGN OF CONVERSION constructed ou scienKAMUbb aro If the Beeknjr for 8alvatlon Tries to Remove His Tattoo Marks, He Will Stick. Remember Two Things WHEN YOU PAINT 1 . The paint is small part of the cost. It's the paint ing that counts. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, be cause it's made better. If you use 2. De Sota Paint 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 After a month of doubt as to the new oonvert'a sincerity the missionary made up his mind that he was going to stick. "Ho la trying to find soma way to remove tattoo marks,'' said the mis sionary. 'That is a sure sign that ho Tattooing is not ,moans business. necessarily Incompatible with religion, .but a lot of convorts seem to think It Is and are anxious to shod those marks along with their bad habits. Pagan designs that thoy picked up in tropical countries strlko them as irreverent. "The average convert enn worry .along pretty comfortably with mcr-- I maids, anchors, and other emblems lot the sea printed on his arms, but 'heathen gods and goddesses afflict 'hla consolenoe sorely. In some casca of tattooing thero Is a repeated ap plication of tannin that will removo the marks, but that Is not always effective, and many a slncore Christian has to go through life with the picture of a hoathon idol on his t tific principles and their materials are distributed in such a way as to do the most good. "QUICK MEAL" STEEL Ben Johnson, charged with horse stealing, arrested last week In Union City, was given a preliminary hearing 'his week before Judge Naylor, and bound over to circuit court. Clms. S. Driver left Tuesday for Dawsou Springs to spend a few days. Ho will bo accompanied home by his wife and daughter, who have been at Dawson for the past few days. A. H. Leet, our popular dairyman, tells us that he has t. barrel or two of fine apple, vinegar for sale. Absolutely pure, mado from clean selected npples. Can be bought In small quan- RANGES heavy enough to be good, durablo and Fustincr. The parts strengthened are Kjaaaaaar yafcSSr-snHlLaaH tho parts whore tho most wear is. Tho walls aro so well lined with tfS. Asbestos that no heat is lost, it radiated iust whore needed. RANGES axe niado almost entirely QUICK MEAL" STEEL of stool, consequently cannot crack and uro stronger. 1 aro just tities. Rev. n. P. Meeks will fill his regular appointment at Mt. Hermon next Sunday morning at 11 and evening at 8 o'clock. Morning suject will bo "On the Judgment " "iL. bo-iii- ff Evening, "A Description of the Judgment." i it a trial. We nlso carry Oils nnd Varnishes Mrs, Nannie Kingman, Harry Kill St. Louis o, Furnishing INCORPORATED Co. lickman Courier and Commercial Appeal 1 year, $1.25 son and J. 11. Millet weut to Sunday. Ixmls-vlll- Services nt the Christian Church next Sunday will bo as follows: At 9:45 a. in., Sunday School. Sermon a' 11 a. m., subject, "Larger Usefulness of the Individual Church Member." Tills Is the first of a series of sermons on tho Increased usefulness of the church Evening services at 8 p, m , subject, "Lott's Choice." All members of the congregation are urged to bo present at the morning Rummage FROM Sale-Satur- day, CENTER In Sept. 2nd CREAK 8POKE HCHE Republican Candidate for Governor at Hickman. Judge Ed C O'ltenr. Iteput. for Covernor of Kent'. evi-nin- Benefit Christian Church. Little Ideas At Hickman Hardware Co.'s Warehouse. OF FASHION We invite the attention of our friends and customers to our line of Costume Details That Have Come Across the Ocean From Paris. i Bostonian and Kneeland Shoes for Men, and Thayer Shoes for Boys which, for the coming season show a widerdiversification than ever. They are strictly correct in style and fit perfectly. Millet & Alexander MAKING IMPROVEMENTS ROUTE FIVE .r Sta- Methodist Church Undergoing Some Needed Repairs. The First Methodist Church is undergoing a large Improement this week, which will coat several hundrtd dollars The furnace Is being put In good repair, a new steel corrugated celling being put on, new carpets laid nciw pews added nnd n. number of other things. On account of this work being under way and Interior of the church In no shape for holding services, the regular services will bo hold at the Court House Sunday. Sunday School a 9 45, and preaching by the pastor, Itev 0 W. Wilson, at 11 a. tn. and 7 30 p. m You are invited to attend the services. LEGS CUT OFF Items Reported from Near the Tennessee Line. Dr. (Mover was In tltln vicinity Moi. Handbags nro shown to match cos- tumes, being formed of the same fnbrlo Fabric bags, in other and color words, are to havo the upper hand this spring, sometimes combined with leather, tho leather forming u skeleton through which tho fabric shows. i The new bags are large and hnve long cord handles. Many are trimmed with fringes and tassols. Crochet cord ornamentations, embroidery, braiding and cording are scon on metal cloths, antique brocades and printed and plain linens. Colored rat tall cord Is combined with shndes of linen to match, for wear with llngorlo dresses. Plain leather belts aro fashionable, especially In black and white lllnrk patent leather is also combined with bright red. bluo, pulplo and yellow. Tho new belts hare deop points running from tho front toward tho back, and almost encircling tho figure Wro-plmetal buckles ore used with theso belts, principally in dull silver and Kunmctal. to go with the black and white. Many of the now buckles Imitate tho buttoned effect, really fastening by n clasp, but scorning to do so by means of buttons and buttonholes. Other buckles are seen In translucent colored enamel. Metal belts ha,vo como bsck with tho bolero, closely fitting and hanging rather low at ono side. i Buy Your... Fall taudldnte nddM-wMt Suits Now! ! a nmntl audience nt , Lyric lifrr last Tuuftdny ktrxet) i.i li wns ili'Mited hk damnation of the lliuir lntr.hi. iniiting Hiui politlm both t li . iwrty and tho Dhiikmthih pliinMit.il the latter on uVu Miami iKnlitl thhi vtll. and O lt nr I llkewt lo ! rotuplin il for tlio fiHtrltws luuHyrr In wi In- hoHi-- t lip III w1ki of lhilui pn uuu-. . i nt man hU any m In ihls m II.- is a plain. wmMbl KntlcMisii .. U Uh lib only mUfortun iiix tiu t he wnit probably "In th.- m.i . - IIih Jii'Ik I HndiHbdly lb.-mi.- . t iKtrn Win lr in llUkiiinN TuwHlay. ibr K H f MY ' it ,V II M' II i JJLM XSA .m. Eum M till I I 1 vvl - Hnlldat whm u bh Mr ami Mrs J T. 8tnihlt. and n II ap. uany.of iwr Uttstimmi w aArtMMiti at CUhIom. .. was dntit ovrr Ih Mr. At. WriliifMlny mothIhk Xt-b- TJ1L1 A m lVHMK4drW. ? III Pay your tin mtw dm) tlnr costs. Th- kv. f . infant llarlsM diod 11 day. lluck Hsetie went to Hickman ll nlay. Selmo Oftburn Sunday. f DOTTED Cobweb VEILS BACK AGAIN or Shadow Meshes Used by Those Who Follow the Prevailing Styles Clossly. II . ) III: t i i I ru-- I ci , I'wm . SssT" IviHssssI 111 HrtMirlllwas oiily a Nfm noun- I HliMi-ii. yinluy - Ibtrnmi. m of Mr. ami H of WmI lltrkn.a old. sit tlijr. atMi wM b mriH . TlM Milk frli,. rk tMHir WimmI M. JtilM. 4Ih) Mimkssiw, lTWay i. want tn McAnnn. rela- Miss Uuth Hicks. Is vMting tives In .Missouri. Alhern Ilrown, of Kedron, van in this vicinity Sunday; ! II. W. Howard ami daughter. Untile Mai. went to Union C4ty, Saturday. I Orun Stlgler u'lrh n spent Sunday nlfiht nml W IViMtiutl fnnillv nt Clnyton. Falls From Freight Train Near Mayfleld. Vernn Irvine, of nonr Troy, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Iiert Howard. Those on tho sick list are: Mrs. A young whlto man giving hlsnnmo Jeff Westormnn, .Mrs. Jim Hicks. as J. W, Proctor was probably fatally .Mrs. Fred M osier. ' Injured yesterday morning about two Mlsei Uulo.h Glover, Pearl Cloar o'clock near Mayfleld, whllo stealing a rldo on a south bound freight train. nnd Florence Cioar spent Saturdny Ho fell from tlio train and both night with .Mks Lellle lm Kscue. legs wero horribly crushed, necessi.Mtesos Vlra Howard, of Crystal, tating amputation. and Graco Dounell, of Clayton, spent Tho Injured man was taken to Ful- Saturdny night with Myrtle nnd Dora ton and carried to the offices of Drs. Howard. J. It. and Horace Lutein, I. C. railNolan Stigler returned to his homo road surgeons, where tho mutilated limbs were taken off.- - He is 22 years in .Martin Sunday, after asttieting old and gave his homo as Morganflold Owen Stlglur In teaching school nt Croscont. Ky. After tho accident, which was unProtracted meeting bejsan at Ml. known to the train crew, Proctor lay on the ground where ho fell from Manuel, Sunday, with a larxe attendtwo o'clock until about 4:30 at which ance. Ilev. Williams preached, owing tlmo ho was seen by another enlueor, to the absence of Itev. Jones. who stopped tho train and picked him up. Ho will prpbably die. Mlsa "Marguerite Johns, the little neico of Miss Jcslo Outten .returned to her home at Corinth, Miss., today, after spending her vacation here. Chenlllo dotted veils are in again, and cobweb or shadow meshes aro stilt distinctly the proper thing. Woven, chenlllo or velvet dots aro seen, or novelties such as a black veil blocks, two inches in alternating squaro, of different meshes, the whole run over with a floral design in whlto silk. The same Idea la shown in black on whlto, and blacV-anwhlto com si II nations as a wholo aro tn favor. Filet meshes, both in plain square mesh and in complicated hexagonal II designs, or In star patterns formed by II vertical and horizontal threads, aro favorod by the modish dame do Paris Laco veils aro also worn, especially tn block and white. Fancy scarfs In not and chiffon with printed borders In color remain in style and long may they flourish' One now Idoa Is a chiffon scarf In flat artificial flowers npplled In an Irregu lax border. Wild roses of thin sIHcj III I on a green satin scarf Is another beautiful Parisian novelty. Embroidered ends are also stylish, the embroidery being often combined with round and spindle-shapecotton beads. i JA'Stl iiwd Is bn Hwd Hrvlr4 will b ni m i . Wy our tiiimtM-ri-- fr 'JIlff Infer "" ;ll rim ISKI S JBKI W tb ror tbrtw ymnt . rv,rwHfHatlT Mm. Jtm u .ar hl. and hod r.n4ld Ih ilu aertioit lnr- - IS) iUf was a m i. r tbr lbtptb drarrh and a i.iuan --i imii; : m I I K1 III III li'K Turnip Just sol In bulk rrceln-d-lUtUswofl- b for fall sow 1 Piather. if lit isssssHr BSSSSSSSW i'- -l l - ' il vm BSBH See Our Agent :vi) ' Saad Salamy for high grade III III WssW A. W. GOAL OIL and GASOLINE Our local planters are already ex perlenclng the usual trouble of getting cotton pickers. A number of hnve been Imported this week from other sections, but in on- - are badly needed. s A New t.fan.im Our great success is the best proof of the splendid clothing we sell. Our line of Schocnbrun and A. E. Anderson & Co. clothing is second to none. They are trustworthy clothes, made from carefully selected woolens and tailored by skilled artists. Besides we put our positive guarantee back of every suit that we sell. No store in Hickman gives such splendid values as we do. Ill Lowest prices and prompt delivery. Absolutely uniform. C-lv- X7m v Trlnl INDIAN REFINING CO. EVANSVILLC Artist BRADLEY & PARHAM "Uread In Old Kentucky" high pal' out Margaret flour. Hotter than others but cosrta no tnoro. llottcwworth & of Springfield, Mo., with us. BIRD MAN FALLS manager of the Cue. Threlkeld, At Fulton Fair. Machine Don't go away from home TJottllng Works, Is still very Hickman Hickman Furniture Co., headquarWrecked but Aviator Unhurt. sick. Wo are unable to learn his. ters for anything In furniture. for work in our line. We can ailment. give you just as good work and F. A. Wlldmnn, of New York, tho It Is ruihored that Proctor City, a save you money. See our avintor, putting on tho star nttrno-Uosmall borg located on tho new samples. of tho Fulton fair, fell about to will have a large hotel In a rail-roa- I INSURED WITH KENNEDY. We wish to announce that after this week we will have one of the best photographers J tI DO IT NOW Subscribe for THIS a PAPER 33 UK liTKimit9 Cool and Pruther. Rcfrhing Our Now Roofing We have just added the famous n Bull Dog Roofing to our line. If you want a neat, durable, reasonable priced roof you will be interested in Bull Dog Roofing. For the money there is nothing half so good. LET US SHOW YOU time. It Is the liitontlon of three railroad companies interested in the project to make Wrcctor City a pleaauro rosort, slnco It Is located on Heclfoot Lake. The little town is in Tunuessoo between Hickman nnd Tlptouvlllu. If tho plans, nro carried out and tracked by the three railroad companies, It will bo a success. Pullen's Electric Studio Hickmvn, Ky J. It. Ilrooks, tho new Jeweler, expected to have his store open for htislneas today, hut n delay In repairs on tho building will delay his opening until about the first of next week. 3E Oil Sale When you sre TIME, knowlenVe and experience in the printing business. QUR Reynolds. Moss Co. iFBSkL I in need of something In this line DIDNT. DON'T FORGET THIS H. N. Cowglll nnd wlfo loft today for Nashville to visit tier sister Mrs. Cowglll will probably spond sev-orweekH there. or HO feet yesterday afternoon while linking a flight and wrecked his inn- Hlckmnii Is well represented at (ho hlnc, though the aviator escaped Wlldmnn was Fulton fair today; In fnct, gol with slight bruises. scheduled to mnko n flight Tuosdny, crowds havo been going from here every day this week. but a strong wind prevented his making tho attempt. Ho undertook the Misses Anltn nnd Martha Emily xhlhltlon yesterday afternoon nnd covering n short dlstnnco some-thin- Dodds ontortnlned o,ulto n number or after went wrong with the machinery their friends at a picnic nt Sulphur precipitating the mnchlne nnd Its oc- Springs ono day last week. Those cupant to the ground. Ilundrodtt of present wero Hlchard and I.ognn Irene nnd Mlldrcn Thompson, people rushed to the scene of the nc- nlent to learn the result. Tho nvlato Myni Fnrls, Anna Lynn Dodds, Murry crawled out of the inasH of wires and Johnson, Ilnltzer Dodds, Celeste Robtorn cloth, and dispatched a messen- erts, Olney Johnson, Helen nnd Franger lo wire for another machine. If ces Itlce, Tholina Ilaltzur, nnd Choale, Unlph Ilaltzer, Allison the new machine nrrivos in tlmo, ho Tyler. Alice Prnthor, Helen, ttny nnd will mnke another flight today. Mozello Hamby Mnrgaret Johnson, Tlioso In attendance pronounce tho Virginia Hoogher, Monltn nnd I.nvern fair a groat hiiccoss. Tho races nro Clay, Annlo Russell Mooro, Ituth nnd wild to have been especially good Cnmlllo llarrett, Thela Darnes, Clara homothlng over 5.000 tickets wero Margaret Johns. Tho youngsters had sold Monday, tho opening day. a great tlmo. n g Prn-UicIk-ssl- -- IO TO-- - Gowgilfs Drug Stoie where you will find everyfirsUclass thing usually served at a Soda Fountain. Miss some of the sweet things life, bnt don't miss the pleasures of a box of in "Hayler'a Candy For sale at , Cowgill's Drug Store lUARTERLY COURT Catet Disposed of by Judgo Naylor, at Regular Term. V B HCREfllib THERE U T Sudborry vs. Louis Ramsey. The Home Telephone Company's 110.60. ilrby &. (iilllliind Company vh. K. new line from Hickman to Mable will right A Co Judgment for tho probably bo finished IIiIh week. f dgiuuit for plaintiff for Inlltr for 181 40. Jns. Harkott left ycBterdav for )r 1 U Curllu vs. J. II. Provow. UiiilHvllle and Cincinnati to purchase iKiiu-ii- t for plaintiff for 143.59. goodrt for Harkett'B Department Store m. Vul Car nlldi Richardson Co le r DlHJiilHHed without prejudice. Wo press your suit Xor COc, ladles ,'rovow (Iron WllllniiiH. plalUMl or plain skirts GOc. Cleaning h. J. A and pressing at roosonablo prices. UIHHt ll H Hied. rx Mnrllia Kemp vh. T. F. Benton White Uros., phon 196. in nt for plaintiff for 136.84. Sunday whoolniid pronchlng Hervlc-tJ C lloudtirnul vh J. M. ami It. nl the Kant Hickman Chapel .Suntwo rason. Judgment for Jitk day afternoon nt 4 o'clock Preachiitirf for U'r, In one ami BK In ing by Itov. (1. W Wilson. oiln r First Fall Showing Packard 4.00 Shoes Soft and Stiff Hats in the very newest shapes and shades, in so broad a variety that yoii'll find no difficulty in being becomingly fit ted. r Sudlarry vh. Tom WIIIIuiiih. The one year old baby boy of Mr. mi nt for plaintiff for IS SO. anil Mrx. II. K. Sclfer. of ICsihI Hick T Sudln rry h. Uiii I.ovb. A tiinu, died Monday and w.ih buiicl at ' e city cemetery, in nl for plaintiff for 12.0ft. Tuesday. T Sinlbi rry vh. UmIh Nwil. Your winter clollilng. Now Is tho kiik til for plaintiff for 13.30. ,T Sudmrry vh Jiio. Patterson. best time to have Uiem dwinixj end prvHsed wid repaired. We will do iiunt for plaintiff fur JIM. our wxirk rlghc. Whllo llros., phone . T Hudlxrry Jot llrevard. , For Men Who Look for Elegance Ease and Economy Again far ahead of the others. Our Fall stock includes the very latest and best styles for men and young men, in black, tan and patent leather. Your size and your style here. A fit guaranteed. mutt for plaintiff for II WriKiit h. J. It. pit nt 4.3ft. 195. CrnvuH. t. for plaintiff for 4. T Hiiillurr) h. JimIi Puckvtt. it it for plaintiff for IR.9S. T budbi rry vh John Uing. A icn' for plaintiff for 14.08. T Piulbtrry vh. Curry Hlgglns. uiit for plaintiff fur f!.9S. A . Cul Sellers. T Sudberry aci for plaintiff or IX.M. V Hudberry vh. Dick Moll. A for plaintiff fur JSS.OG. ;T Mulberry v. Dick Arnold. Moiidny Ih tabor Day It Is alwi a holiday for the rural route mid tln mulling face of the rural poHtiuau will not greet the of our six routes. 'ar-rie- Ntt 1.50 to 3.00 Repairs on the Roh Lee, which hr wheel Hhafl seeral weeks ago nwir Hickman, will be completed In About two weeks, when she will re enter the St. IoiIh trade, replacing brok Ilia Bradley & Parham TRIBULATIONS I . nt h Pslers Lee. Mu vh. J. U. Jnokion. ,.. ...... .,., , ... itrr initiiiuii lor ftf. itrnl Cigar & ToWaeeo Co. vh. Watk-- r JulnHnt for irtulH- wjllf Jiw $: II & (Jordoit vh Ptoplet'tSupply sHtf ?HLf liKlrti" nt for plaintiff far ftfi.SO. Mmni.. N)w v. Fink WH- - FULTON COUNTY INSTITUTE isW&Mi Closes Very Successful JinUiix nt for ptalwMff for t. Meeting Yesterday. tin William vs. Holt ami TlitirICnuIiliKk Judgment fur plain- mwmi Iter l' '.0 Th Kullon County Toacliant lnHtl-tuCharley (oih ran ts. Jho. Wright. adjournal )etirday aftor one of ' t Ittmtkwil H. tiled. the moHt Hiicottsitfiil In llio history of tht county. wfr Pnif. J. T. C. Noo, of Statu Kuim-d- Igflji: S settl.-d- . pii ii ,-- m<f A Hmcial from Tiptoiivllle sayB- The first loud of now cotton for this HiHuuiu wan brought to town Monday by J. W llgglns of tlie Seventh district. Tlie load weighed 1.620 ponndH ami wuh wild to dinner John Tipton for U ccutM, netting Mr. Ftgglim MC OF THE RICH Commissioner's Sale. Fulton Circuit Court. Kentucky. Sam McConnell ct al, plaintiff, Fal McConnell, et al, - We are authorized to announce Virginia Luten Faulty for Superintendent of Schools of Fulton County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Election Nor. 7, 1911. a candidate BIS- - t' Unl--rlt- Coiirier Want Column KATKM-4I- HC rs paHKed roMliltoii Thu liutttut thanking MIkh Virginia Lutiiii, Coun1,000 now brick for ty SiiparlnlHiident, anil Prof. N'oo for iawvi tfAl J-lo5vUiu cot Mm. M. K. Roso. thulr klndnctiH ami attention during the immh1ou. Thtty will bo printed In FOR BALK: A fow cholco lot lu tlilfl paper next wetik. l Rogers Addition. For particulars Following U a lint of the teacher re at thla office prHtMit. Wi-rk- IimIi In J tlfiit roril Ailnc. Inslrurtor wiih iiiiRngi'd n and Iish nbllty and fltuotiB for tho van apprei;lall by tho toaeh ier . J2s f - o lssssssssssssflsl W YflHfe wjsissss2kZ ksV if viVsss9 trtvC JC J" fjK lfir-1- Ono 8 ywir oW mula mh! obo 5 yitir old mule. Tonus to K- roil BAL& . '" lruJo '"f d weanling mule. 2p M. llwiH.r. ' Fulton I'rof. J. C. Cheek. V. C Underwood. Mltm Ama (Ihtum. MIhh (lemma HopkliiA. MIhh Anieln SotmHttau. MIkh Jiwitln ah Iteitl. ,riH HokhIo lllro. Mltui IJIIIan Klrklaml. Mltut Nnuiile Ilrown. MlftH llettlu Colllmt. MIhh Ituttle Davln. MIhh Kato 1 1111. v FOR 8A1.K Hh4 UWH, Thrco r.ood houses In Wil Hick- Almost now. Will noil cheap ami oh rvithonablo Icrinu. V. M. 1'ro- - lot, v,vll loU-- vow'.4r JTOR BALK tfo at a gonulnu bargain: ' t ---i m :sm OMlawut market rufrliiurutor In eood raytltr; too largo (or our trade. Kor fwtlSf lnforumtiou mldrcwj Klmbro, lie Ywtrvo & Co., Moscow, Ky. fQfft gOK 8A1.K: Tlio Mm. Delia Cnr-Mt-ir residence la tbo llonry Addl-tl- ! House la practically now, has Hsrjrootu, Good garden fenced, outbuildings, otc. Lot U ts4l0. Unfortunately owner must eKjSThls can bo bought at a bar- n. eufl uian lqo uuuoo Jkvo $400 Idle cosh and aro pay nt, ou hod better Investlcato. .Pi5c ulars at Courier otilco. dh Hickman I'rof. II. F. dabby. MIhh Inez Lutein MIhh Antilu Shnrrou. MIhh FaiiHtlna Wlngo. MIhh Mnttlo Dollow. MIhh Maltle Mai Suny. MIhh Mlldruii ltumagu. MIhb Imogeno Moore. rZS vi- - i txrvjiifi . ni. Tax Notice, your State, County and School pUxti now ud navo costs of collcc- Ooalder Johnuon. County Sheriff, MUh lluflo Ilruur. Mrs. Aveo Journey. MIhh Lite FailH. MIhh Annlo Hallow. MIhh Carrie Dunonn, Woodlawn. Mlsa CreHHlo ChnmburH, Taylor. Prof. J. C. Sugg, Palestine. Mrs. P. A Moore, Liberty. MIhh .IohhIh HEN you see the name INTERNATIONAL TAILORING CO. NLWIOHKiind CHICAGO a Judgment and Order of sale of Fulton Circuit Court, render ed at the May term thereof, 1911, in the above cause for a division of funds, I shall proceed to offer for sa! at the Court House door in Hickman, Kentucky, to the highest bidder at Pl'ULIC AUCTION, on the 18th day of Sept , at Ten (10) o'clock a. ni., or therebouUboing Circuit court day) upon a credit of six and eighteen months, the following described property In Fulton County, Ky., towlt: One fourth Interest In the soutli half of quarter of section 27, tho north-wefc- t T l.It 4, West, said Interest to bo L'O acres laid off across the said quarter section. Also nil or the part of tho south east quarter or section 30, T 1, It 4, West, described as follows, beginning on tho east boundary line of said quarter section at a stake and running north with the said line 240 feet thence west 228 feet, thence south 210 foet, thence east 22S feet to tho beginning. Also nil or lot No. 21 In tho town or Jordan, Ky., and described as tho lot on which there Is a black smith shop. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be modo. For the purchase price, the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force Judgment. Bidders and effect of will bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms. J. It MILNER. Master Commissioner Uy virtue of Commissioner's Sale. J. Wall, Uidgton. Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky. W. Boney, Guardian, plaintiff,, Katie Jones, defendant, Equity. By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at the May term thereof, 1911, In the above cause for the the sum of with Interest at the rate of per cent, per annum from the day 191 of until paid, and costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at Court House door In Hickman, Ky., to tho hlgheet bidder at PUBLIC AUCTION, on the 18th day of Sept. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m., or thereabout, (being Circuit Court day) upon a credit of six months the following described property, Lot No. 2 beginning at the north west corner of lot No. 1, thence degrees, west 666 poles south 89 150 poles to a stake, thence south-eas- t to a Btake on tho south line of quarter polntera Hickory north 17 links, Hickory north of west 18 & links, links, east of south 21 thence south 84 U degrees east with quarter section lino 57 poles to tho south west corner of lot No. 1, thenco north 1 degree west with the line of said lot 150 poles to the beginning, containing 54 acres and being a part of the north east quarter of section 8, T. 1, It 4 West, of tho division of said quarter, as appears of record lu order book No. 18, page 6, records of tho Clerk of Fulton Circuit Court. Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved security or securities' Saturday Night The Lyric. must execute Bond, bearing legal InThere's only one tailor In Hickman terest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect, of a Phone 195 White Bros., Cleaners Jud stent. Bidders will be preparod to comply promptly with these terms. and I'ressers. J. R. MILNER, Com'r. Mrs. Flora Seamans, of Water Valley, died yesterday. to-wl- U )liy iO5? School Announcement. addition to tho regular course, Icinuii College thlu year will linvo 'following upeclal coursea: col and Instrumental Mulc. roncli. or man. Irook. Hocutlon. MIhh Lllllo Mnxeilon, Kdmlston. Mth. Mary Harbor, Cayco. Miss Huby Seay, Rural Academy. Prof. KIvIh Slalir, SlmmotiH. MIhh Ola Monan, Itoiuir. MIhh Virginia HoyHtor, Ilozul Doll. Prof A. L. Scott, Walnut Orovo. MIhh Ida WatBon, Stubbs. MIhs KIhIo Simw, Montgomery. MIh Maggie Henry, Fair View. MIhs (lortrudo Cox, Ileecli Orovc. Mth. S. N. Sweeney, Oraven. MUh Ina Itoyer, Sycamore. MIhh Umma Creed, Hluo Pond. Mr8.,Vnn Fuller, SaHsafraa Itldgo. MIhh'uobo Campbell, Now IIoe. MIhh Grace Klmorer, InlniHl No. 8. Prof. K. K, Armbniater, Mad. Hond MIhh Kinma Wntkliw, llamby Pond. C. C Schlenkor Is home from a visit nt Baton, Ohio. You are face to face with the best tailors in America. To measure only. For a ueat Job of undertaking Hickman Furniture Co. Illustrated Songs Motion Pictures Lyric Saturday NlgbL Miss Myrtle Walker left Friday for Caruthorsvlllo, to visit friends. Miss Leah Barry la homo from a vLslt and vacation in St. Louis. It. L. Bradley loft Tuesday night for St. IouIh on a business trip. F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Groceries Hardware, Glassware and Tinware Their all wool fabrics and models can only be had here. Fall and Winter samples now on display. MILLET & Fifty yeara guarantee on Onolda Community Silverware. H. HdV. Co. WBATHBrt: Generally fair today and Friday, with rising temperature. You will savo money by paying your state county and school taxes now. Standard Gas Engine Free Delivery Phone 183 Oil ookkooplng. Ihortliand. rypowrltlng. S'oumaushlp. jiU lulranUinea of thu now library. Eriio J Ugh School Course la freo to puplla in Fulton County. IMoot your friends at the Lyric Sat- day night. Good pictures at popu- prices. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Src Jit Courier Office. See samples. ALEXANDER Stoker, tho contractor and builder of the now jar.OO school building lu West Hickman, "given us . through the liberality or (Jen. now building Tyler, tells us that tho will bo finished this week. It will bo ready for uso on tho opening day of our public schools Sept. 18th. Wm. II.-A- One good way to put the lid on is to punlHh tho man when he is caught. If Iteattlo goes scot freo from his trial, an epidemic of nnd wlfo murder may bo expected. There Is more of this business than most people would suspect, too. The Sherrill-RuBsel- l Lumber Comcounty and school tax pany, of Paducah, has been awarded Your Htate, U now duo and payable. Goalder th contract for tho manufacture of the fixtures ror the now steamer Rob-e- r Johnson, Sheriff. Lee. Jr., which, when completed, C. 11. Parham and wife will leave will be one of the finest boats on Sunday for Cold water, Mich., to visit Western waters. Much' of the work tho latter's parents. They will he will bo of mahogany, whllo tho Tex gouo about two weeks. as will bo of pine.. i.i "WELL, ! GUESS!" HEIR TO FORTUNE Lady of Nearby City Will Receive $250,000. The present Indications arc that Mrs K II Owen, of Arlington, well Known to several people In llickiiim. Jt w: e higgle Cahert before her marriage, will full holr to a fortune of $250,000 This la her share In the estnte of Sir Oeorgo Cahert, which consists of G.000 acres of land In the city of llaltlmore. .Mil . allied at $12,000,000 lie rccclvod the tract of land from the King of Knglnud It was leased for 911 years and thi leaso expired )cars ago. hIiicc which time- there linn bem by the heirs, to nforce a set i lenient of the estate Obld l'aler', a well to do cltlien'of Sott count), and a relative of Mrs Owen in no in Ualtiinore looking at r the lnt r eetA of the Keitluck) hi'im ami iii announces that the estate is trady iMMtleiuent and that the h irs will receUe their fortunes not lati r tha-- i No ember tho huh Mi Ha HEATING nug-Uifice- COOKING - r $y& - Jyji W?58& n ii in !! ftty 'w jA Council Proceedings r STOVES! V? ftaMCAaaJl tMfltALa CIRCUIT COURT Suits Filed This week for Trial at Next Term. Conway and Jomolte vs. Levi Chls-loSuit for $109 for work done on opera house at Pulton. W II Hester vs. A. N. KlnK. A suit for attorney fee of $76. Hoy Uoaz vs. Earl Uoi. Suit for $17-1damages for assault with Intent to kill, which plaintiff alleges took place In Fulton on Feb. IS. at which time he was shot In the log. Uy renhon of this Injury he Is claim damages as follows: He Is a carpenter by trade and Is loser $420; doctor's bills and medicines, $121; for being permanently disabled, $1,000. W n. Walston vs. I. C. It. II. A suit for killing a $75 cow. Goalder Johnson vs. N. C. & St. L. Ity Appealed from Quarterly court. T W. Williams vs. Huby K. Walton .' al Suit on mortgage. Firct National Dank vs. W. H. ni Hickman. Ky . Aug 7 nil Council met In regular session pr 4 ent Major Dillon and Count lUiiui Is ler. Hale. Powell and Schl- nk. r Thurmsn. Suit on n $1000 note. Minutes of last regular inecUwj Ilennle Price vs. Aloneo Price. A alleged. read and on . motlo- approved and suit for divorce, abandonment signed. They were married lit tills state In The following accounts were pr 1006. sented, properly approred. and on mo D. A. Lutan vs. W. O. Adams. Intion allowed ami checks ordered junction prayed to proven defendant sued for awoniKs: from connecting to plaintiff fences. U. M. Isler, repair on culvert Farmers Ifcnk w. J. O. Griffin et $1 00 5no. Wright, street work al. SuK on note. $20 :.: W. A. Dodds, lining water trough. W. A. IlrowH vs. J. W. Nnylor and $450 Arch Oliver. Plalnjtff bod mortgage Tom Dillon, Sr., street work 123 on on wheat arop which was Hld to J. Hickman Concrete Co., for concrete W. Naylor, and is Hiilng to recover work $013 12 tKe price, $1G. Iteport of City Treasurer for July tiwW.UtR--- mt Riga & ' 3 J. J. Taylor, who has been 1911: hold ing down the position of freight clerk for the N. C. & St. L. at this point, hae been transferred to Martin. He and hla wife left Tuesday for that place. We are sorry to lose thte splendid young couple as citizens of Hickman. Hickman Courier and Commercial-Ar- General Fund Account. To bnl. per June report $3eS To amt. reed. Tom Dillon Sr . CjS Hy amt, Hal. to CJ 83 paid. out during 717 July 312 s: ;; MX;, 1 credit this account.. $375 27 t il $1.25 To To To To Water & Light Bond Acct. al. per June report... . $308.1.0 nmt. reed. J. II. Pollock. Int 42 t0 nmt. reed II. a. Halo. Int 120 u. aint reed. Ellison Int 00 00 credit this account $uG0 0) W. C. Johnson, City Trcas. .4 "-- r i Prescriptions Drugs... and Hal to Our aim is to serve you earnestly and honestly and to set before you the best goods of quality above criticismwith no exageration of values, no promise without performance both in the prescription and drug department. This is a drug store you'll find here a most complete stock of the things every legitimate drug store is expected to have. We concentrate on drugs, medicines and drug sundries, that's why we can serve you best. We invite your patronage and confidence. The Clerk reported that bo had executed tbo following deeds to Come terjr Lota and that lie holds Supt. Torn Dillon, Sr., receipt for same. D W Tucker, oast half of lot No 2C0. size of half lot 20x20 feet co i Hldeniiloti, $16. No Z $i.oo and up on Heaters $6.oo and up on Cooks "W-'-- Porter Smith (col.) I.ot n! i wc,t Colored City Cemetery, size of lot 18x20 feet, consideration $11 40 On motion the foregoing reports were recolvcd, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. The following ordinance was Int'v duced and read, and on motion ord red stirend tllmn thn rurnnla iiiIi1Ih)iiiI and lny over until next regular nice; Tho City Council of tho City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows That it shall bo unlawful for any person driving horses, mules, cattl sheep or hogs through the streets of the City of Hickman, Ky . to perni't said horse, mule, cattle, sheep or hogs to go upon nny of the sidewalks of the City of Hickman. Ky , exeep' a' placeH provided for animals to cross said sidewalks, or to go upon private property of any person ix cept the owner thereof or the prop erty upon which said animal may bo kept, and any porson so off' tiding shall be guilty of a violation of th city ordinance and upon convlctloi be fined Five Dollars and costs Motion was mndo and carried that tho .Mayor appoint n committee to In voatlgate tho advisability of annexing additional torrllory to tho city, an if Miey deem It advisable, employ ai engineer to run out lines and meas ure distances and mako report nt th next regular mooting. 1 IW l?m I " - - fflS&L, .OH I Hickman Drug Incorporated Co. f Tlio rioxoll storo AIL WfFT.1. IKSEKVOIH iscailohJIC" S. ".k ,', .?- - JULS When purchasing silver-wa- re remember that in for higher quality or greater durability than the renowned trade mark silver plate no name stands Mniti ilBI BTTiiMfl vmsm-- l .Rvmj'fljj "1847 ROGERS BROS. A" Ask your dealer to show you the various exquisite patterns in which the "Silver Plate Tltat Wears" can be had. The wide lati tude for choice m knives, forks, spoons and fancy serving pieces assures satisfaction to every taste. Sold hy leading dealers everywhere. Send for catalogue "C-L.- " showinrr nil designs. MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO. lniemUonl Sllrer Co., Aucccwor J MINIDCn, CONK. The Mayor thereupon appointed llir muiittee. On motion Council adjourned Attest: II. C. Helm, City Ciork. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Have you tried It tnat now coal, war,!iui a:iu giadcd to rftular nlzofl lumpri especially toiltid for cookin?. A A. Karls. We will say to you frankly that we have the biggest and best line of Heating and Cooking Stoves in this part of the state, and our guarantee is back of them all. Ernest Trens, of near Cayce, has purthnsul a four pasHengor Hiipnio bile from Agents Kennedy & . Dr. Watson, of Union City, has nlfco purchased n car a runabout Miss Hazel Hubbard returned Id her honii at Mtirtln, Sunday, aftir a Visit with Mr. A 13 Kneuedy. Hm-bard- HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCOnPOUATED ran.. J.saai