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Digital page images are linked to the text file. $1 per Year Only Ji It la olicnp enouuli Twi-ntjrfnri nan, tlili tmpiT rout 9 n ycnr .o limn U too poor to M'iul thli nuiouiil fur n tmprr that Kli tall Iho county unci UiU rule. lt In Advance No vx.rptloiii to OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when your time It out. We dont believe In forcing a per on anyone. Fa you do not want to mist a copy, keep tbo nubncrlp-tlopaid up, A notice of explra tlon It given here US days aliead with n THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, AUGUST l'ion the completion of tho survey ANOTHER nnd tho report tho local organization will proceed immediately to procure FACTORY Hoop Factory for East man to Employ 40 Men. OLD DOCUMENT Hick- Local News 31, 1911 oeased members at Hickman. Out of a lodge of 1C0 members, only four remain. Tiiey are J. W. Hland, D. II. Iiurnelt, Lewis Atwlll and J. T. Dillon. A general decrease In membership has put Uie dues up so high that those holding policies can only 1icb to get back what they have paid.. If, they live longer than their allotted Ume; they will be losers. "' ' ' The K. of H. was onco Uie strongest and most elite secret order in Hlckmnn, but .today It Is easily tho weakest from a olnt of numbers. It rose nnd fell In the sjuice of a quarter of a century. -' Number 11 A Blue Mark .ECTRIC RAILWAY From Pnducah to Hickman Look Like a Co. Brings Out Some Interesting Facts Concerning K. of H. fThe filing, last Saturday, of a benefit certificate with J. T. Dillon, of the KnlghtH of Honor lodge, for W. I'. Taylor, who died lnt week at Fulton, brlngn to light a few Inlerewtlug facta concerning tho once most flourishing lolge of Hickman. Mr. Taylor moved his membership to this city from Fulton In 1882. at which tlmo ho was elected to county office and made UiU his home. He carried 12,000 insurance In this order, and figures show .that he i.ild In 'premliiiiiH amounting to about $2,000. Tho old certificate of membership Is signed by W. h. Mc&itchoon nnd T. M. French, both of whom are now dead. iTho Knights or Honor hns been on tho wano for many years, but it received Ita greatest set back when only two years old. The blow came during the yellow fover scourgo of 1S78. At tho samo time, we might add, the Masonic ranks here were hi depicted that they surrendered tholr c.harter. lloth lodges lost heavily In membership ami the death roll was A larire nor Honielhlnir nlnrmlnir cent of tho members of the K. of H. left Hickman to cscapo tho ravages of the ytOlow vlaguo, and aa a re- -' suit Uie local lodge was next to abnndoncd. Many deaths occurred those 'who remained here, nnd t.o due wore paid to keep the Insur ance iMilicleti In force. They beonmo delinquent; Insurauco policies woru void because of It develoK-d- , however, that tho other lodge of 'Uie state, learning of the pitiful plight of their Hickman iirethren had paid their dues for them, nnd all wore In good standing. When tho death clulms poured Into the insurance, dewirtnient, all were valid and more Uian J 10,000 was re turned to widows and orphans of do- -' tho outside capital necessary to conBpiakiug of t ho proposed electric struct and put the line Into operation, ny from I'aducnh to lllukimtn, nnd It In hoped that construction din ho commenced In tliu spring. l ha)'h: I'lidiuali The American Traction nnd I'owor ;jir- - ntliiK Uie Southwestern Ken coinpaiiy'H organization exists fur the y Electric Hallway, Light ami purpose, of securing cupllat and doing ir company, Ed wind V. Wlien- - the construction after the preliminary work Iiuh been done. The company l, of ll iidcroon, Ky., Ik ul Iho I'ul Iju-night Iio WOH III proposes to vlace tho main offices of lloUrfl irtncu Midi local IiimIiihhh men Iho company nml the shops in thin il on tli- - Inlenirlmu facilities of city il tho local nwiMinxc justifies It. i (KirroiiiulInK Mr. U. W. Williams, formerly wllh territory, and lifter com- - tho McKlnley traction lines in confirmee slated that hi will he In cliarKO of the field which Ih u subsidiary of tho A- work. W. A. Calhoun, of lluffnlo. In km Traction and Power ml iiimixillx. wo prepared to fl chief eliKlneer. an InlenirUaii line running from "We hopo nml oxmH to inako this u oli tlirotiKli Grates county, ciiinmerclnl report before winter HetH n Id tn 11111011. Union City, and In. When thin In In hand, we Mhall let Mi I tjckiiinn. or a line from deote the fall, winter iltid earl)' ucih throiiKh tliu north of Italian! KprlliK to HucmriliK the la Die fumlH ty, following the .Mlwdnalppl rlv f nHimary to build, equip mid put the Couat ruction Into oMiratiou. ui to Hickman. The exact route ruiul it followed will depend on Uio re- will bo cotunieiicfd In the xprliiK nnd and of engiiu-en- i nfter making n re-- uirrled on with lwiiic and we will have Iho road III Mirtuy uml a eoiniiier- operation JiihI uh quickly an II can Hiiinatc night nrnutgcmontH wero por- - powdhly he done. il for n tnnnfr of the properly "UfflcvR wilt lie opHiied In the City nml n general merger with the National Hank hulldlnK in a few duyH iWiiUerii company, of th I'mlll- - nml Mibucrlptlou tnkliiK will ho town or community tall road Company's Kouthern Jv-o- f way to Mnyfltdd, which now li where titock Ih HUhicrlbcl will bo 1 jointly ny tlm 11. 11. St on m-- J on the board of dlrectorH, uh V Ilnrtli. 21. II. Loving mid well uh tho ouUlde InturuHtri, which :e Kiuli will lie reprfHeiilnd by K. K. WIimUoii 1 Tg AjQm coMs of tliu minny nml the II. I. Dew. of ColiitnlrtiH, 8. C, nnd Ilnico, of Imliuiiiiollx. ierJnl tvirt win m defrayed IKMwIhly (. "At a roiiKh uatliuntu, Uie com! of ttylecal ubnciiiitloiM. This mom?) wMt; lx In it loonl hank the entire project will Ihj about Kv OUO.000, .Tfcii iuir y and the reiiort will nnd tlio expenditure of oven ItffexliiKit.ly 60 th mile, nml thin u portion of thin amount In thU will greatly Improve local biml in iiioimiu. .niu uu During tho pott nevornl days a nesn, to tuiy nothllig of Iho Jiernia-nen- l benefit derived from the iHm-tlo) of engineers have betm working of the roail " Ir Utt section ami have Hindu a roiiKl turned on general observations. j!TkireMirl shows fimirablo You wilt Kive money by p.tyliiK well a favorable sentiment your Rtnte county .nnd school tuxuH now. for Umi construction of Hie rood. NiH-l)oiiiicra1 Illl-IioI- iat uxx-dltlo- n l. 1 Hec-tlo- n n rlti coudl-'itfoM&- MittsrH. Harney and Sides, of Hector, Ark., have cloned a deal with W. 3. KIIIkoii for tho ground, liulldlnun nnd mnchluery formerly owned and usd by the Hickman l.uinlwr &. I'lanhiK' Mill Co., In K.iHt Hickman. The new firm will convert the old plant Into a hoop factory. Thuy Mondny a car losul of now .machinery whlah they are Initialling. Tho old machinery In also being overhauled. It will require Homo threo or four woekn to Ret the plant In running order. will bo of great TIiIh benefit to tho eimt Hcctlon of town, an at procnt little or no labor Is Med In liiHl Hickman. TIiiuw goiitlemeu hnvo heen "on g tho Kroiiud" for evural WcckH Jinal condltloiiH, mid have, fully witlnflrd theniHelveB that Hick-imi- n Ih oHpivlally well favored ax whipping faullllleH mid timber Miipply. They can iiIbo mo n Hpleu-di- d opening here for a Htuvc mid hettdlug mill. It Ih probubto that Utuy will later onlargo Uiolr mill (o hundlo tho wtavo ami heading biirtiietet; If they do not, another concern will put In Mich an OHtablltthmoiit. Harney & KMph make a specialty of barrel hoop. They havu inllla at Itertor, Ark . and DyerRhurg, Tonn. Tliey expect to nhlp from lfi to 20 cam of theJr pnxluct out of here each month. Several million feet of elm hott nlnxidy been rontnicted for, and thy exiMK-- t to Mart the wIiimiJh Juut m rooii nx thuy can got their nvv plant In working order. A. factory that will give employment to forty people Ik not to bo Hueeied at, and our people xhotlld giro tliu now comers tho "glad hand." We cannot, of course, two their pro duct directly, but wo cun give them our and good will. Welcome to Hickman, gentlemen. d Iuvoh-tigatiu- The parents of a Kansas girl, who are offering S1.C00 for an Inch of tout ie to replace that bitten off by their daughter in an automobile accident, would seem to bo intent on KMilllng a good wife. hachoo, hachoo, h'cho-oo,-" Is the now yell that will bo by tho members of Uie "Boston IxKal" of tho United States Hay Fever Association, which meets on the Mountain of Ilethlehem, N. II., where It Is never damp, today. "Choo-choo- Mb Speed Blucher Button Properly made "Natwell -- fitted shoes are , ural Shape" , Tho Hickman Ico & Coal Company's new pump, to be used In forcing water Into the mains from the now well. Is expected to arrive this week. Tlio new well Is going to make a great Improvement In Hickman's, water service. The government IClng, brought always comfortable, and we are ready right now to put on your foot the shoe you ought to wear it's steamer, Win. II. a fleet of boats and barges to Ulrd's I'olnt last week to bo used In connection with the revet- ment work there. Ilnish and stone will bo taken there In sufficient quantity to lay a matress along Uie bank which will effectively check the river's destrucUve work. A large force of men will go to work at once. SUMMER ITCH NOW RELIEVED. gMi of course. Most Styles $5.00 "iE3srr US- - Tlxis L $ Is Tb.e: Instant relief for nil kinds of Hum mer skin trouble Is found In that j simple wash D. D. D. PrescrlpUon for Eczema. Get a 25c trial bottlo today and prove for yourself the merits of this wonderful prescription. We always recommend It for Summer Itch. HICKMAN DRUG CO., Hickman, Ky. AN ARTIC TRAPPER Tells How Phonograph Gun Metal and Tan $4 and $4.50 SMITH & AMBERG t Effects the Esquimaux. A letter was reconUy received by Tho Victor Talking Machine Co. from George Grenfell, a trapor who, with a partner, goes up to wiUiln threo or four hundred miles of the Arctic- circle to hunt. LIfo up Uiero Is not much better than death ordinarily, but Grenfell tells of the light brought into Uio lives of himself and his companion and many wild Indians by means of a Victor. He says: "My partner and I are hunters and trappers, with, our camp down on tho Mackcnxle river, about 2D0 miles to tho north of Uie Great Slave Lake. Just think how hnrd our winters used to bo; the continual darkness with oil-la glimmer of twilight to relievo blackness. Everywhere we'd go tho Indian would make trouble for us because Uiey said wo were on. their ground; hard perilous work; the continual howling of tho wolves by day and by night; never tho sight of a white man from fall to spring, and your, life a burden because of the want of somo entertainment. Ijfo like this IhhIs about four or five years and then you're welcome in the with open arms; that's what used to boS The spring before last my partner took a trip homo and came back in the fall with one of your machines and about ICO records, and that's the layout that has made life worth llv lug. I'd heard talking machines before, but this one's got them all skinned. It couldn't bo beat; you'd think a real singer was singing, and a real band uuiyiiiK. Why, when Uio night is 70 below without a breaUi of wind, tho air sharp and biting with Uie sparkling dropping frost, you should hear that machine sing 'Queen of My Heart.' Loneliness and hard luck don't seem tho same. You picture to yourself the stage of the singer, the days gono by and tho days to come; then a big lump gets In your throat. It's fine. There's another decided pleasure that's Just as grand lu the outfit, and that's to watch tho Indian and Eskimos. (The machine's made bug-hous- e IxKBiIshm Victor Victrola That wonderful Musical Instrument about which you read so much now in the magazines. With it you can hear at any time you wish, in your own home, and as often as you wish, the best music in the world. You can have the greatest singers in the world sing for you any songs you may wish to hear, and' the songs will be perfect in the reproduction. In fact, you will be listening to the singers themselves. Then, too, the finest musicians in the world will render for you any music you may wish to hear, on any kind of instrument you may like. The reproduction, the tone quality is absolutely perfect. For real, pure enjoyment nothing equals a Victrola for a music lover. friends the Victrola stands unsurpassed. As an entertainer of youi" Victrola Prices $50 $75 $100 $200 Easy Payments to Suit You Come and hear the September Records. Or tlio Horix Tyiaoat of Victors 7To Oau Tow vt $17.50 $25 $10 $40 G-l-v- We will gladly play for you anything you wish. Ellison Bros.Victor Dealers us mighty good friends with them now.) Every day af(er we've made the line of traps and supper over, we build a big log- fire outside, put a windbreak up to windward and start tbo concert. The Indians come wrapped In different gaudy-colore- d blankets and squat on Uie snow around the fire and listen to tho muslo. They don't know anything about clapping of hands and all Uiat, but tholr pleas ure In every piece was almost holy. You'd see an old buck squatted with a murderous-lookinface, and when we'd strike up something pathetic, although ho couldn't understand a word of English, his toco woul4 change and a look would come Into his eyes as he would look at that machine like u wounded deer looks at you before you cut his throat. I wish I was an artist, I'd paint a picture for you of what we saw last spring before we started South. Every Indian for miles around came to say good-byto the machine. It was a beautiful night and we bad the machine outside the door on a table. Tlio blazing log tiro Uirew a red glare over everything. It was sure a beautiful p'cture, with the Indians seated on tho ground with Uie same old look of amazement and surprise upon their faces. One llttlo girl, about , was seated alone, closer to Uie machine, with her hands clasped In her lap, the red glaro from Uie fire fell full upon her front. She'd a face like an angel's like you see In pictures. I forget what pleco my partner was playing, It was something sentimental. As the music was playing she'd raised her eyes toward heaven. When the music stopped I could see great hlg tears rolling down her clieeka and hor HtUo body shaking with silent sobs. Could anything be grander? Could any compllmont or appreciation for your work be greater than such silent applause as thlarjto the magnificence of your records and tho value of your machine to such tollers In the world as ual" g e r t " -- vn 'wpHyT'' WORD OF ADVICE When Using Phono Don't Shout or fahrlek. Most men and women use mo nervous force In speaking through the telephone than would bo needed to keep them strong and healthy for SHINGLES AT MILL PRICES 1 Nature knows no strain. True ence knows no strain. Therefore, a voice does not slrnlnod, carry over tho tolophone wire as well as a low one, writes Annie Parson is the first consideration at our store nil Call, in Nerves ond Common Sense. Iinpatlenco, rudeness, Indecision and the time. We want to make sure that evdlffuremont blur communication by telephone even nioro thnn they do ery purchase you make here proves so satwhen one Ik face to face with the perisfactory that you will be sure to come son talking It is as If the wire Itself resented again and recommend us to your friends, those Inhuman pbsso of humanity and spit back at the jwrson who in too. We cheerfully replace any goods pursuited It by trying to transmit over it suoh unintelligent bosh. chased here if they fail to satisfy you. To a dumnndlng woman, who U strained and tired hcrlf, a wait of 10 seconds seems 10 minute. I havo heard such a woman ring the telephone ball almost without ceasing for I could hear her strain 15 minutes nnd anger reflected In the ringing of the bell Wben finally she "got her House of Quality party" the strain In her voice made It Impossible for her to bo clearly understood. Then she got angry again berauto "central" bad not "given her a better connection." and finally came away from the telephone nearly In a state of nervous collapse, and Insisted that the tolephono would I do not think Anally end her life Pay jour taxes how and wive fur- that she once sufpnrtod that the a good chance for a fow Fulton counwhole state of fatigue which had al Bargains in Farm Land. ty boys to Join In and divide up till:) ther costs. roost brought an Illness upon her was property. Henry Pollock and family visited absolutely and sntlrely her own fault Tract No. 9. 728 acres three miles Kentucky Land For Sale. from Heathman on Southern Ry., and at Dyerttfnirg one day lat wk. three miles from Lcland branch of Your stale, county and school tax Tract No. 2. Forty acres two miles Y. & M. V. Ry., 1H miles from Sun- U now due ami itayuble- .- Goalder from Hickman on C, M. & G. Ky. flower river. About 150 acres In cul- Joliitoon, Sheriff. New house, stable, etc. Abou had thirty acres in cultivation, balance In tivation, and about 450 acres that Mrs. Pannlo Shaw ho returned 4 or C years. Six or been timber. Will take $3000 for this tract. seven deadened good tenant bouses, stables, from a vttrit with her sfcrter, Mrs K Tract No. 3. Farm of ICO acres, 2 etc. Will take $15,000 for this, on I.. WMMnms, at Crystal, Tttnn. wiles below Hickman, all in cultiva- terms stated on above land. Miss Llazlo Piakoring reiurm-to tion, several good houses and resiOf the 1.023 locomotives built by Tract No. 10. Forty acres 2 miles dences, BtAbles, etc. Rented out for north of Heathman. Will take $10 per her home in Fulton, Saturday, after one firm last year, 197 were electrics. a visit with Mm. T. M. Reynolds. Wireless telephoning from a moving a term of four years with good ten-tin-t. acre for this. train has beon successfully accom 65 per acre. Will soil any of above land at 10 W. S. ami sons, Jas. pUihed In England. Tract No. 4. About 75 acres, two per cent cash, balance one to five, and KoUL, J. I. Sherrlll and Senator An electric railroad tunnel under good tenant houses, stables, otc. All one to ten, one to twenty, ono to W. A. Frost motored over from May. the ssa to connect Sweden and DenIn cultivation, 2 miles from Hickman forty years if so desired by purchas field. Friday. mark has beon proposed. 14 mile from Owen Slough Switch. er, G per cent payable annually. In the canal tone It Is the custom to ?90 per acre. Prof. II. F. Gabby returned horn keep oloctrlc lights burning Inside Also forty good brood mares, bred to Tract No. 7. Farm of ISO acres be- to $1800 jack that we will sell at a Saturday from Maysllak, Ky., whero pianos useprovent the wires rusting The of electricity for light and tween Mud Creek and Cayce, all In bargain. Also several good register. he has been vhdttng relatives for power in the United States has more cultivation. Good barns, houses otc. ed red polled bull calvea, and several several weeks. than doubled In the last eight years. Price made on application. A tlgtag arrow has been adopted registered Berkshire boar pigs. Inspection of sheep by the Federal in Germany as a danger sign to be S. L. DODDS. Government has been carried on lu displayed on high tension electrical Mississippi Land For Sale. 106 Kentucky counties. Of the 310,-00- 0 apparatus Tract No. 8, 2568 acres between Wator Cowing from subterranean head Inspected, 41,(00 wero InJ. P. Taylor returned to his home flated. Slate Farm and Roundaway Plantastreams of unknown depth Is used for tion, Vi mile from Madison branch on in Cairo, Sunday, after a visit with power In a novel plant Y. & M. V. Ry., 15 miles from Claries U'ckman relatives. The Calloway County Gazette, edit- la Arizona. Russia has established Its first elec-Uic-al dale, Miss. About 100 acres in cultiII. P. Johnson bought 9 hogs from ed by John Mtrioan, says It will supstoel works, mainly for the vation, balance In woods. The saw will production of armor plato W. W. Tyler, of Ixxlgoton, layliig port O'Roer for Governor, and and projeclegs have been cut from It but the not kowtow to the Ileckham game " tile material lilm JlflS.SO. Some hotw. timber standing can be worked into John used to be a Democratic repreTo guide airships which get above cross ties, staves, etc. A new managW. L. and R. N. Helm Hpout Fri- sentative, nn l also held a Job under clouds at night. It Is planned In Gerer's cottage with 7 or 8 good tenant day afternoon and night lit Tlpton-vfllo- . auditor Gus Coulter. Hat many to send up balloooaj containing bouses, stables, etc., artesian well On account of a derailed en- ing lost his sent at the pie counter, electric lights. An alternating current of electricity flowing 75 gallons per minute. Will gine, the train that arrived in Hick- he now turns on the whole party be take 1C0.000 for this piece of proper. man at 8 30, did not git In until caune of his grievance against IUnk plungos back and forth through tho filament in an incandescent lamp 130 V. None finer la the Delia. This Is J 30 Saturday morning ham.- - Todd County Times. times a second The addition of three per cent, of silicon to tho steol uued In telophone recolver diaphragms Is said greatly to Increase tho resUlanco. high-pitche- Your Satisfaction jeara. eel- - i ,by buying direct from the Mill. I manufacture the best shingles State. All arc almost half an inch thick, an guaranteed. , Best Heart Shingles, per 1,000 " " Best Prime " " ...$3.00 2.05 2.00 M Kept in stock at at my place in West Hlctctnnn, or may be had at Tyler. Ky. Don't Place Your Order Until You See Me c. Um-- 1 H. SMITH HICKMAN, KENTUCKY JOB. H. E. CURLIN GOOD LAMP REACH high-pitche- d Convenient Home-MadAffair Dut Not Expensive. to car for lamp In futures and chandeliers that nre out of reach will appreciate this borne made lamp reach, writes O. O. Ilrooker In Popular Electricity. Two piece of heavy clock spring, a piece gas pipe, two hollow of Kvery A. 0. LQNBKEGKER electrician who tut Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet, Cnllfce 189 J. Olden til Si CM! Sluhr's Ur ll.irn h BOTH l'HONKS Residence Phone, Cumh. I'M ELKTRIOL 1 NOTES d 1 II W-l"!A-K- " wVW.W Jkw Calls promptly answered night day. Satiifaotion guaranteed IMPORTANT NOTICE Concerning the Ceunty's Public Highways. CMAPTCR 94. Wneflt of I'm RKK of tMs ntWHiiomrwUUj lie It wiMil by the duo ml ussjilHy of Um CohmmoamM)i of K As art for tk tHcfcjr: CM u V3 Mome-Made J. &fVw VcAMyAMOn Lamp Reach. st I. That K stall b unlawful fur mw to ototruet tke wniwr iMr :. hydro-electric- metal balls which may be had at any fixture home, being made fro mtwo small celling canopies, a piece of heavy Iron wire ami sente stout fUh cord aro needed to wake It llend the clock spring as shewn In the sketch The Iron wire need net be used If the gas pipe Is extended up as shown In tho dotted lines, as the string may be connected directly to the clock spring If tho end of the pip I made smooth so as not to wear the Pulling the string draws the cord. tho two springs together, grasping lamp, the tvnaton being rollevrd wben the string la released. Wooden bandies of various lengths mar be provided for attnrhinent to the gai pipe Rubber may be glued to the edge of the lix'tal rup If difficulty la experienced from breakage of lamps a Unrrtk or pnWto ruid ky pmi a wmiIhic eKIier prtral or put. vr the ate table of a jhiWW l k. irti4HiiK a oNtven w dlMirt4m to tfc fall rokHite of nimr drain In tftbi water UMle r to pssie of MlfleleiH It im mm Ut " to Uttpvde MtM of Ut Mhtm tree, tatopfcofte polea, o hmtm la eliHr dmh Iwh hihI bMf ImH. of Um outer dg of " rkt-S)- , m tMU a ptow ur Minim, nty m iMt.1 In making, uldenliu 1m Any felioing. n or efoiw fhlUMg IhIo a waiwr UUil ntilibg down froNi uImiv Into K t l rvniuvl wMMh flte dn)s by f f Uftd of WMlsh the olwUUit.. wn a jiart, or any pereon nK . wHr ike Ml It asm be UBlA(. r The Aim of This House has nlwiiys been to hnve only goods of highest quality to sell them nt reasonable prices to fulfill all promises and make no misreprc-acntations. Your Fall Suit It's here, ready to slip on, and it will fit you just as well as the suits the tailor has been taking a week to get ready. MARRIAGE !. LICENSES Granted In Oblon County, Since Our Latt Issue. t uo :f V There's a model here in just the size to fit you well enough to pass for a suit that would cost: you at least a third more. If you will come in and give us a chance to prove this claim you will admit the truth of it. Will you do this? made-to-measu- re Henry Leach nnd Iva Hill. Louis Davis and Allle Palmer. Woker Harper and YaAo. Uerry. E M. Coitebuul ami .Mary Ray. Clevo Tanner and Maude Petty. W. F. Ilotlw and HaUie William. Lloyd Malook and NeMte WHImms. K. A. MMchell und Marine Ilrown. Walter Fleming and Ruby Hug. Tho Moore und Mnitle Dynrnott. Herbert log land and Myrtle MaeHye Clyde Clminplou and Alice Rogers Walker Cljnur and Gella May Abbott. T. C. Champion and Imogeno Denton. N. L. Wright and Mnudo Parks. F. A. Ditpree and Delia ICidd. 1.. L. Alexander and Callle Johnson Geo. Iiinli und Iiorw Pennubakor. J. M Gateu, Jr., and Anna It. Dun-lap- . Neoloy Willis nnd Lena Mulligan. It may be an old fashioned policy, but we think it pays. You do not need to go to Memphis or Nashville to buy irtntMslM trvnt r nm or tirftu, r omj perwHi any other oWtrui-MoIn UO.I., HnM be Mubla for all iUiiw. done by turning walr Into the r- - ' ImhI. and abi to a fine of Two lv tarn for mcu day the obatniuUon In the dltuh longer Uinu fn days. 2. It shall be the duty or the Inv! overseer or county sunujorof nxnl to rejiort oerj mlsdetueutior und-tinot With all tho evidence he 11m toll-!- t U) tho magistrate In whor dUiriit that jpart of U10 rowl 111a lay. on the iwnalty of being Indict. by tlie flrt grand Jury for mlsfi- sance In office mid on conviction IKillwl from office. On this not n law U10 fUcnl court elmi order it to bo published 01100 oat ' ywir for two years In some nowspu IKr of general circulation In then county. 3. Any water tablo thnt may wnsi out deoper than neoonMiry to onrr the volume of wator drained nnd in lii.toufiru 10 pq puoi oin aiiiiini property, by tho permission of tli overseer or road stipervinor, tho dlti may he filled or dammed to Its prop tnwr wel p"-tu- t n r er bIzo. i. In mnklng or repairing any par ! When tho baby Is suffering tho double affliction of hot weather and owcl disorders, tho remedy needed 1h McGEE'8 I1AI1T ELIXIR. It tho feverish condition, corrects the stomach and checks looseness of tho bon-ols- . Prlco 26c, GOo per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 4 Diamonds Cut Glass Watches Silverware Novelties We make just as low prices on the same goods. Why not trade at home? rt Phono IDG and Pressors. White IJros., of a public road ono sixth or mor of nil money no spent shall bo iihiiI for tho drnlnago of said road by mak Ing wnter tables nnd placing oulvurli and drain pipes of suitable number and hIzo. G Tlda net shall not apply to tele phono companies that havo obtain"! tho consent of tho fiscal court of tho county wherein lt polos aro W cated an to tho locution of name. Approved March 21th, 1010. When you yawn a irood deal in the daytlmo, fcol dull, achoy and want to Htrctch frequently It Is an unmlstak nblo sympton of malaria, and unletw jou uo somcuiing nt once you are booked for a spoil of chills. HKll 11INE Is a chill modlclno Oiat will pro vent or euro tho disease It driven out tho Impurities on which tho ma Inrial germ thrives, etrongUicns, the liver nnd cleanses tho bowols. i'rlco GOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 0 Fifty year guarantee on Ouolda Community Silverware. H. Udrw. Co. Cleaners Bpuiid-lug Made In Little Alius Farrla Smith la the week lu Hlcktimii.-Ridge- ly Gazette. BALTZER & DODDS INCORPORATED D. Q. CO. Miss Fruncla Willard Karris, of lllekman, Ky., vlwlted her Bister, Mrs. A. P. Smith, lasl week. Rldgely Gazette. Mra. Woodford Jonoa, mother of Ed Jones, la thought to be hopelessly ill SCHLENKER The Jeweler Ak for Margaret Flour. with mullguunt malaria at her homo west of Moscow. rORICAL ROMANCE The Courtihlp of Henry VIII and Ann Doleyn. Elrl who AFFINITY BUSINESS Said to Have Had Strong Member In Hickman. If thoro Is any truth In local gossip, Hickman has had a well developed case of tho "affinity business." A caso even older and moro substantial than tho artist of "affinity" fumo. But the man is dead. The story in circulation Is that a certain Hlckmnn man had a soul-matat Louisville. Tho soul-mawas tho wife of another man. Sho o succeeded In making her hubby tho Hickman man was a "dear old Uncle" and sho tept up this clever ruse for 18 years. Death has separated the and left a tangled mat of affairs behind. Tho final chapter doesn't contain tho sugared elements of Uio dlmu hovel. Thcro Is pathos and human iuterest in it. When the lllckmau jiian died, he luft his widow homeless una without funds a good woman, who toiled to make happy tho lifo of him who showed so little appreciation. Like most women, sho was not pusted on her mibbaud's business af Xalrs, but his statements to the effect that sho "would be well fixed lu caso of uiy death," led her to believe they were 'Prepared for tho proverbial "rainy day." A cloud oi despair set tied upon her when sho learned that no estate had been lolt. With a heavy heart and hopeless future, tills noble but frail creature" realized that she must finish the struggle some way alone. It was evident that tho "alfiulty" had shared In the husband's Income. .Later reports add gall to wormwood, it Is said the husband left his soul-mata life insurance policy of upwards of Jl'0,000 '.but to his good wlfo and help-matnot a cent. Tho woman in tho case has things going her way. Sho can tell her husband that her "unelu" left her tho money, and ho will feel of course that it Is in tho natural order of things. There Is no fool like an old fool. Somo men aro but putty In tho hands of clover, designing women. They lose all sight of honor and A man is pretty far along when ho will rob his wlfo of what Is Justly hers by every law of God and man, and give it to a woman leading a dual life, living a Ho in tho sacred precincts of homo and In tho presence of her husband. It Is said tho lawful wlfo learned somo years ago of tho true state of affairs, but sho was helpless to curb the erring spouse, the mention of which onu time b bowed that the subject would bear no discussion. Sho could ouly live lu silent sorrow or do worse, probably, bo homeless. A man of that calibre is not tit to dwell with swine, to say nothing of being tho master of a noble woman. if these reports aro truo, ho should Jiave been if not, their originator Is doing a great Injustice to tho dead. Still, wo aro inclined to tho belief that they contain somo truth. A Hickman lady, who once chanced to meet tho In Louisville; had tho lady t?) introduced to her as "my neico." That Is true. But he has no nelce, his wife ' said.. Tho manhood of Kentucky will . prove itself to bo at a mighty It tho lawful wife of that ratcal does not sharo In that money left "his neico" If such a policy actually existed. e o soul-mates, o e t. cow-hidesoUl-matlow-ebb- le overlooked tho deformity ' of buying two thumbs on each hand od the religion and history of and by means of a silly flirtation. ;lrl with tho doublo act of thumbs knno Eoleyn, daughter of a six- century politician. The man Iwhoru aha undertook to flirt wan fiore or loss) gracious majesty Henry VI If. of England. nry was groat-grandso- u io beautiful that We Know You Like This of Owen He found England a third European power. B his personnl nnd atntccraft he made It one foremost nations of tho ourth. aero boy he had been married, for as of nlate, to his rider brother's Catherlno of Aragon. She wan yearn older than he, and was ralld and of a melancholy, ploua Hnry was athletic. Jolly nnd inch given to piety. Thoro was about such a woman as Cath- to Interest him. Moreover, they living children except one alok ?hter, Mnry And Henry longed on to carry on his fnme. Yut he probably have remained true to Ine to the end of hur days If he t chanced to meet Anne llnleyn. Anne waaonoof wl , Way of Doing Business We try to serve every customer as we, ourselves, would like to be served. We endeavor always to place ourselves in our customers position. We buy to satisfy you, we price to satisfy you, we plan every way your complete satisfaction. J of Honor." of d to attract Henry's attention houof ah( !rtud a vlolont flirtation with hat she at first dared expect Ir to go further Is doubtful. nry, who hitherto had paid lit- to such temptations, fell vlo-a love with her. She had the youth and gayety his wife Anne quite easily won him e poor, gentle old queen. Tho ad no charms wherewith to the younger woman's nrt n aa aha saw Henry wns serltcrcatrd In her Anne aet all - mm to work to make hcrsolf . ejSMvS Tho upshot of tho matter wan nry decided to get rid of Cath- ktt f Aragon Hut this was not '4one. The Catholic church did -IIA.HA... .....nl... r. SiMrtne'a nephew. Charles V. of gMMMMiy, was too powerful a rot- for the pope to offond. Henry the problem by wrenching Kng- aWay from H4 proclaiming Ita Catholic allegiance himself tho head of Mm aTMllsh church. In this now ca- '' 4Hf at arranged that tho marriago kta brother's widow bo pro- null and void. Then, freed Catherine, he at once married The wedding occurred early In 'MM. Aa&e, who had earlier received tnm Mm king the title of countess of feesarefce, was soUmnly crowned JMM at England. Xr aaabltlon waa at last gratified. Ms fe4 turned Henry's heart from Ma Mfeful old wife and had raised ImtmK Io the highest position In the Umi. accidentally, he had changed MhVm4 a creed, and in so doing start A aa almost endless ehaln of religious myevtlcm, murdsrs, executions., eta. tfcat this troubled her at alL Tor year she and Henry governed together. They bad one lMf fcter, Elizabeth, who waa destined M y to become her country's treat-twee. Anne herself ahowed HtUe 0ft (or ruling. At .Mm end of three year Henry's tiki fancy wandered from Anne to sm f her young mnlda of honor, Jane Hare retribution aet in. made to pay bitterly for cor eoda. Aa she, whllo maid of had atoleo Henry's love from wife, ao now the younger, Jane Seymour won Henry An&e, and by much the same Henry, Infatuated with Jane, he waa heartily tired of Those double thumbs at lait to outweigh her good looka. He some plaualble way to got rid 9t tor. Courtiers belpod him out by g up accusations against Anne, other Crimea she waa accused ion. There Is no reason for be tter guilty on any of the charges, nut ahe Queen's waa condemned to itshmenL death. Plucky to jMt, she wrote mockingly to the anMng him for all he had dono and ending with tho words: made me a marchioness, then a ODION FISHERMAN And ai you can raise me no Died at Charleston, Mo. in tho world,, you aro now. Was Dirty and Filthy. me to be a saint in heaven.' Whether or not aho wns accurato in 'prophecy aa to her destination, Wm. Owoiih, a ftshoriunn of Obion fas beheaded on May 19, 1B3G. Xaary took great credit, to hlmsolf for county, Tonn., arrived lu this city wifully allowing her to bo thun ox- - Sunday morning onrouto to tho homo instoad of burning her at tho of a brothor at Marnuand. Ho was Tho next day be married Jano very 111 und Owing to his filthy con-- i awpaeur. Mi Ion tho conductor on tho Belmont ?JMM did not llvo long to enjoy her n low him to board ph. After she died Henry mar- - (ranch would not tho train. Ho wan tunud over to In quick succession tbreo moro His good luck, his health, hla tho city authorities who placed him s Ilty somo think even hla san- - in a small building adjoining well had deserted him from store, with a nurso lu charge. y he cast asldo Cat hod no of Ar-- Tucbduy evening ho died, and Coro to marry Anno Boloyft. ner Howlo pronounced death duo to dropsy. Owens had luft homo with In Sasslety. If Here's another invitation to tho Intontlou of going to Dawson J at Flatley'a. What a boro thoso Springs, Ky for his health, and his family thought he was there until lions are. ib Yea; even their dinner knives notified of his death In this city. Ho lull. had ?1G when ho died. Tho remains wero buried at tho Oak Grove cemeDrawing the Line. Mrs. Ow oca your wlfo evor toll you what tery yesterday aftmoon. ens and father aro in tho city today your (thinks of Indeed! I wouldn't stand that and will have tho body disinterred for any woman." removal to tho old homo In Tonnes see. Charleston (Mo.) Itopullcau. - You like to buy goods you can depend upon the kind you know are right in style, right in quality and right in price so we offer none but that sort of merchandise. fj We know that the bitterness of poor quality outlives the sweetness of low prices that good quality is long remembered after price is forgotten so we don't sell anything that cannot be depended upon to be a source to you as long as you wear it. on 4I.. goods at very moderate prices, you'll like the Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings that we sell. If you like high-quali- ty you like a painstaking store service that works to make satisfaction sure for you, you'll like the way we serve you. J If Kt We urge you to find out about the advantages offered for satisfactory trading at this store. H. E, CURLIN House of Quality ; LOOKOUT weather is coming and want the best results get your stock shod and their feet will grow out and keep the cold mud from making sore and tender feet. t-oid 1?. if you Or - Fns-sett'- us having the best shop! I'ullmans, ran three niilca lu onu come and see. When mlnuto and 51 seconds. Tho first mile wns seconds, you are sick you want onu in mmado In 38 third In tho sec,- ana tho 30, tho the best doctor, when fastest tlmo over mado In tho world your horse "needs shoes on a steam railroad. why not get the best Whllo reaching for tho headlight on an engine of tho Illinois Central railthem on. man to put , road Friday evening, E. Glrard 2C years old, employed as a fireIt Costs No More Bark-ley- Central If you dont know about j coven road, a low days ago, drawing all steel mall oars and two A fast mall train on tho Now York Tho following are somo of the Judges, Clerks and Officers appointed to hold tho Democratic primary election for Obion county on the 2d day of September, 1911: Dlst. No. 2. Judges, N. W. Whipple, J. A. Pruett, W. H. Sanders; Clerks, Clias. Harris, Edgar Brnmhani; Officer, T. J. llram- ham. Dist. No. 3. (Clayton box) Judges, J. D. Bruer, W. H. Wheeler, Hurry Cloar; Clerks, A. E. Caldwell. H. W. Stigler; Officer, J. It. McCain Crystal box Judges. J. B. Wheeler, K L. Williams, W. I. McDanlol; Clerks, D. W. Glover, Jim Ulco; Officer. J F. Kersey. Tho printer has just as good ground for asking the business men of a town to leave their Job work at liome ns the business than has to ask tho community to patronize him Instead of tho tmill order houses. Tho Courier has a tlno lino of calendar samples for 1912, and if you buy calendars at all, get them from tho homo concern. man, at l'aducah, fell from tho tender and rolled beneath the wheels. The Best When you have a piece of work that no one else can do bring it to R. L. Gray's shop and you will find a man, L. A. WOLVERTON r n or ki iNasnviue, do it for you. 1 In Town If you are looking for ROBERT COLLIER the old reliable blacksmith, come to the shop and you will see the best shoes and nails that have ever been kept in Hickman. up-to-da- te withholding luupport from that Republican Eon CEtlc Coal, all grades, from $2.50 nominated in 1'aJucah. Any up. Phono 185. tillcan ticket that FlBhcr would Shoot Music at Fotho & French's. purport must bo bad, indued. ink lienor Is still .1 tnat can Tho. locomotive, which was backing slowly, passed over him, severing his body across the grains. For moro man nair an hour BarKley lay upoii Tho Ladles of tho Christian Church the tracks and talked incoherently. will have an all day Hummago Sale Ho died In tho ambulanco whllo on at tho Hickman Hardware warehouse tho way to tho hospital. on Jackson street, on next Saturday, Sept. 2nd. Various articles of clothTho wedding of Miss Myrtle Knight ing, household furnishings etc., will formerly of Fulton, to Mr. Joo .T. bo sold at a bargain. Your patron-ag- o Parker, of Murray, has boon announcIs solicited. ed for September. Cypress Shingles, $1.25 a thousand Mrs. Mattle Huffman, of Sikesto.i, at mill. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. Mol-1- 1 Mo., Is visiting her Bister, Mrs. Born, Sunday, to tho wlfo of T. M. o Walker, of near town. Reynolds, a tlno boy. Mrs. L. M. Clark and son. Jewel, Potatoes aro now sold In Hickman of l'aducah, aro the guests of F. M. by tho caret. J Case and family. it-- - IT " " 2 INFLAM .TRIAL IN PR0GRE93 Wife Murderer Beattlo Is In Close Place. Chesterfield Courthouse., Vn., Aug. Beulah Dlnford, the "other wom an," may not bo called on to bare hor pathetically sordid Hfo story on tho witness stand at tho trial of Henry Clay Uenttlo, Jr., charged with the murder of his young wlfo. Tho prosecution admitted it hnd planned to establish tho gruosome motive, which, thoy charge, led Honry Beattlo to slay his wife, without callgirl of 17. ing the vivacious care-fre- e whose lovo Is assigned as the cause of tho crime. Attorneys Wemlenbiirg and Gregory, who are smoothing tho path that may lead Beattlo to the electric chair, planned to enter ther proof of motive before court ad Journcd. Revolting technical modlcal testimony was expected us the greater part of tho state's contention. Fear that love for tho accused man or rogard for his tlnancl.il resources might Interfere with tho Blnford girl's testimony was the moving cause of tho determination to avoid calling her. If poht.lle. The possible opportunities afforded tho defense to Imp-w- s the Jury with sentimental Impropriety of convicting Heatty on his sweetheart's testimony played a slKultlcnut part. 2?. KENTUCKY STATE NOTES Interesting Items Gathered From Over the State. Frankfort. Statistics rolntlvo to tho domestic animals, poultry and bees reported on farms and ranges for tho stato of Kontucky at the 13th census are contained In an official statomont Issued by Census Director Durnnd. Tho aggregate value of all domestic nntmnls, poultry, and bees In 1810 wan $117,338,000, ns compared with about S73.73S.000 In 1900, tho rato of Increase being 59.1 per cent. Tho total vnluo of the domestic ani mals was reported as S112.457.000, as ngalnst J70.ISS.000, tho Increase amounting to 69.5 per cent l'oultry was valued at 4.4C2.000. ns compared with 2,723,000, the gain being C3.8 per cent. Bees were valued at 1419,000 nnd 1627,000. a deoreaae of 20 4 per cont. Increase of Domestic Animals. Homos and colts had a greater value than any other class of domestic animals In 1910, whereas cattle had a slightly groater value In I960. The total valuo of horse nnd rolls In 1910 was I44.74S.OOO, while In 1IKK) It was $ J I.540.OOO. an Increase of 82 3 per cent Next In order In 1910 were mules and mule colts, with a total value of S2ti.3Sl.UOO, it compared with Sll.loti.ooo, an lucres aiunuullng to 137.6 pr cent. The total Value of rat tie was S2&.9 16.000. a compared wltb SJI.SSS.O0O. an IncrvitM- - of 3.7 ht ertit. The total value of lue was $S,M1,-UOwhile In ltwO It was fi.17ti.OO, an r cent Kherp awl Increase of 72.7 lambs were valued at $&.rS.Oa, as compared with I.HM.ooo, au Increase of 32.8 per cent. The total number of farms In the state '.u 110 was 28.712. Value of Animals. The total number of cattle repartrd Is 9W.553 Of tfcear 10. (IS re dairy mi eows, the total value of which was n3,712.0ve. and the average valve 113 49. r MATION AND PAIN Cured by Lydia 0. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. a Crcston. Iowa." I was troubled for long tlmo with inllnmmation, pains in my side, rick headaches ami hit. vousness. I had ta ken so many inedl. clnos that I was vm jj '5 mf discouraged and What "will be Worn in Suits ? eafS2XZSX$SM38B!EBEBtM II lamaxtjuauousc: Browns are very popular this fall, far ahead of even the ever popular grays, and LEIBQVITZ'S samples, including the newest and most beauti-tifu- l shades and weaves, are now ready for your are inspection. 'Blues, and the new blue-grayalso prominently featured, and it will.be a hard man tc uit that cannot select a pattern from among the five- hundred beauties now on display. am now ready to "show" you. s, - 'JllJii v thought 1 would never get well. A friend told mo of Lydia E. Pinkliam's i tii WyANjlOyV Vego tabic oin- lKnitul and It re stored mo to health. 1 IU 1 havo no mora pain, my nerves aro stronger and 1 can do my own work. Lydia K. Pinkliam's vegetablo Comiound cured mo after everything elso had failed, and I recommend it toother suffering women." Mils. Wh. Si:als. COS W. Howard St., FARM WORK FOR CONVICTS Crestou, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited nml penn. Kansas Plan Adds to Mental and Ino testimonials liko tho nbovo prove Physical Reform of the tho efficiency of Lydia II Pinkliam's State's Prisoners. Vegetablo (. ompowul, which is inado exclusively from roots and herbs. Lansing. Kan., Aug. 29. A plan In"Women who suffer from those distended to give Kansas prisoners n tressing ills should not loso sight of now Idea of llfo has been put Into theso facts or doubt the ability of Lydia K. Pinkliam's Vegetablo Compound to effect at the Kansas penitentiary, according to n report of Warden J. K. restore their health. '1 vl, U 1 . C f 1 gtCgg Where quality reigns higher thnn price. WRECKERS Cause Awful Lew ef Lives by Dirty Deed. Codding made to Gov. Stubbs. Evory Piiikhani, at Lynn, Max. convict is assigned to work on the Sho will treat your as prison farm the six months prior to Btrlctl y confidential. For 20 years his release Tho men get out In tho sho has )ccn lielpinir sick women open, they aro tanned nnd sunburned, in tliis Any, free of charge. Dou't havo more liberty and less discipline, licsitoto writo at once. get close to naturo and leavo tho prison with little hatred of men and laws and really wanting to try to live bet-o- r lives. Phono V VEGETABLES Not a new insanity case has developed In 14 months and thoro Is not a ft single prisoner In the tuberculosis C. II. MOORE FRUITS hospital at this tlmo and no new caso has developed in a year. That Is what half an hour of liberty each day 900 men. M. & G. R. R. did for TABLE TIME If yon wnnt special nlice write to Mrs. letter . f I ppnniirp C, : The total number of homes and eaits reported la 442.S3S The total number of mules of all ages was 2IIX7. The total number or sheep a a Iambs reported wn LMLOOQ. Poultry Statistics. The summary on poultry shows tint the total number of farms repartlag the different kinds In 1X0 was 221. (S, the total number of fowls betas and the total value H, 42,000. 1 TRAIN Home and Contentment Of tho 00 (Effective June 4, 1911) Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Hickman Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg Dyersburg Hickman Dyersburg Hickman 6:30 &. m. 8:30 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 noon 5:30 p. in. 8:30 p. m. O. M. ROSS, Agent EXPECT TO ANNEX Move. EGYPT Great Britain Said to Walt Slightest Pretext Only for Formal London, Aug. 20. Formal annexation of Kgypt by Great Britain Is believed In diplomatic circles to bo certain. It is said Britain will take this step on tho slightest pretext and that Germany already Is laying plans to block the movo. In tho tamo diplomatic circles It la said Germany has plunged herself into tho Moroccan situation partially for tho purpose of embarrassing England's plans on tho Nile. The appointment of Lord Kitchener as agent general In Kgypt Is expected to pave the way for England's scheme. The khedUe, Abbas HUml, has warned the people against Kitchener and England, and it baa been decided that ho must go. LOOK! LOOK! I furnish my medicines and guarantee a cure in... Quarantine Lifted. Orders have been Issued from Wash ington lifting the quarantine agattMt sheep In Kentucky so far as to permit sheep to bo shipped to Kentucky for the stato fair In Ioulsvllle without being dipped. The same rule as gov erned at Lexington Will prevail at tho state fair. The sheep can be skipped in disinfected crates and exhibited. Jn disinfected pens but must be separated from sheep which have been exposed to contagion In this slate. The modification of tho quarantine will permit sheep from other stales to bo exhibited at the state fair this year. Founders, Colic, Bots Ring Bone, Bone Spavin Curb, Fistula, Pole Evil Weak Eyes, Sharbon and Lockjaw. I own my hospital and am ready for business. Xlotla. 371iouoM R.R.ROGERS, Veterinarian HICKMAN, KY. r2s DowleProtectioh Fire departments are necessary and save much property, but they cannot be relied upon always. Although they may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Fire Insurance protects you against the loss by fire as well as the loss by water damage. A fire Insurance policy In a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness Is your best protection. We represent only such companies. R. T. TYLER, Agent b Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, dpc See samples. Jit Courier Office. Stanley's Vacation. Representative Stanley, chairman of tho bouso up octal committee of Inquiry Into the United Statos steel corporation, said ho intonded to remain In Washington during tho roretrs In order to prepare for continuance of the Investigation In the fall. Tho committee has a force of ex Check Costs His Liberty. perts Investigating and hoarlnga aro Perryvllle, Mo., Aug. 29, A man, to bo held on the corporation's busi who gives the nanw of Dr. Kelly Ha- ness late In October or early In No zel, Is held at Claryvlllo on a chargo vember. The committeo baa taken a of defrauding n bl nd farmer out oi recess until October 16. 20 by means of a bogus check. Tho doctor, according to Theodoro Boden-schaut- z Capt. Morrow Reports. of Menfro, who cashed the Capt. Charles II. Morrow, of the reg cheek, proposed to cure bis blindness ular army, who has been detailed for but hadn't tho money to get the nec- service with the inilMla of Kentucky essary materials. He persuaded as Instructor, reported at the capital to adv-nc- o tho S20 and for duty. As noltber the adjutant gen- disappeared. Doden iautz telegraphed oral nor the governor was In Frankthe bank and found "Dr. Hazel" baa fort bo could not report to anybody. no account there. Ho expects to make his headquarters in Louisville with the First regiment. Capt. Morrow has friends In FrankBAD CUTTING SCRAPE fort, as ho Is from Somerset and has Occurred at Samburg. visited hero bevornl times. One Man Will Die. Notice to Bankers. James F. Harney, bank clork undor Walter Frlel was an eyewitness to Secretary of Statu Ilrunor, potlfled a desperato and murderous assault bankers that tho Indebtedness of a sinmade Saturday at Samburg, by Fred gle Individual, comimny or firm to any Thomas on Chaa. Cochran, of Ohio, bank In this state urontor than the who has been on tho Inko two or law allows will not bo tolnrntnd by tho banking detriment. Mertlon &S3 thrco years. of tho Kentucky statutes Is quoted to Cochran was scuffling with a the bankers who aro disobeying this younger brother of Thomas, whon law. Thomas camo up and after a fow angry words, flow at him with his knlfo Wanted Help For Three. A plcturo of thrco babies, Just a and cut and stabbed him some eight year old, triplets of Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. or ten times. Cochran Is still living Crane, of Covington, was received by but Is in a crltleal condition. Thom- Gov. Wlllson. With tho picture was a as escaped to Missouri. Union City letter from tho rather. Ho stated that he was poor nnd the babies are au expense Ilo said he understood that the state would do something toward prophone 138 for cleaning and press-Iv- viding for the trlplots whon thoy wero a yoar old, and ho' wrote to tho govSchmidt, the Tailor. ernor to aBk for tho help of tho comDon't forget we have the best lino monwealth. There Is nothing that auof matresses. Hickman Furniture Co thorizes tho governor to glvo statu uld to triplets. Newport nnd Owonsboro havo boen named as Kentucky locations for posReception Room Furniture St. Loul tal savings banks. Brother Stephens Furnishing Co. "sells it for loss." ought to get busy and land one for Cairo Is to havo a postal savlnge Hickman. bank. It will bo opened for deposlU A bolt on a Ferris wheel at the September 23rd. Nicholas county fair broke and Miss Mary Ray fell from one of tho top Thoy say that tho kissing habit carriages when tho apparatus sagged breeds microbes, genus and death. a distance of forty feot to tho ground Maybe It dous but mlcrolx and Sho la perhaps fatally hurt. Two germs and death and then some could others Jumped and were painfully not scare a Hickman man who looked down Into a wealth ot pouting lips. Nows-Hanner. Hartford railroad, oa la Haven reported aa being near death. He Is Abram T. Brown of Hartford, w'ho suffered aa Injury to bis spin. Tho hoHpltala report that the other jv tlenu are doing well. The cause of the wrwk I beta Woodlooked Into. Superintendent ward of the Shore Mae dlvlatoa. waa went to the ereee of the disaster at Maroaaa, notified the police here that be found, oa cloae laapecttaa. Unit tbo trala bad bee parpoaely wreaked. He says: Spikes Pulled Out "All the spikes of one rail that nearest the river were palled out and were lying around the track. Tbey were not damaged a bit by tho wreck, which would bare been the natural reealt If tbey bad been in their proper place at the time of the Not one was twisted or nootdonL bunL hurt w taw wreck of the trala over lite Valley llae of the New Tort. New Mlddletown. Cotm.. who were paenrs evealng An. 2. 'i'-si'- v ", - ' ' . - . I'V ), x -, . i' the rail nearest the bank of the rtver and on both aides of that length of rnlL My conclusion is that It was an attempt to wreck the trala. cannot tell whether the spikes ot moro'tban one rail bad been torn up, as the other are covered with mad 1 "The spikes wero pulled up from true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing In the of n home manns a lot nnd you should use enre ns to your selection nnd from whom you buy, for good furniture u something you need only buy once or twice in n life time. The lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow to enter our sloro. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy ing your home furnishings from us, but there is safety well. We sell good furniture for just about the sam? money a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality because wc know the furniture business. and debris. First aid to tbo Injured was rendered at the scene of the wreck by two physicians who were paasengera on the train. The scene waa one ot the groatrst confusion. It was pitch dark, and misting, and the only light waa that given by two which bad surtrainmen's lantern vived tho shock of the wreck. Tho nearest station to tho wreok Is Maronaa, n irlllo and a half south, and it was not until a brakeraan could reach that place on foot over the ties, that aseiatance could be summoned. Tbo railroad authorities say tne wreck was duo to spreading rail. Men wero working on Uie track and tho ground was b sjgy from a threo days' rain. One louoranuve and two bnggngo cars went down a embankment almost into the Coanea tiout river. The eight passenger coaches wero thrown In all dlre Uons. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INOOIU'OIIATTD UNDERTAKERS (r"' Next Door to Post Offi e SOLDIER SAVED ON TRAIN Surgeon Sews Up Wound of Officer In Baggage Car, Thus Preventing - s Death. SL Joseph, Mo., Aug. 29. To snvo tho life of Sergt- - II. H. Williams or tho Fourth regiment. National Ouat-- of Missouri, who waa bleeding to death bh the result of having several arteries out when he accidentally stuok his arm through the wlmloV or a railroad our. Dr. 1'. II. Sencer to n bvwige had the man convi-yecar, where he removed pjrtlclce of glass and sewed ip hla Injuries, while the train was running CO mllod au hour. A DISTINCTIVE FEATURE IS VALUE IN THE GOODS Intrinsic sixteen ounces to the pound value first, then that indefinable value known as quality, and that g condition of honest price that from experienced dialing in drugs and medicines. comes In short, there's the fullest value in everything at Helm iV Ellison's, and one big step ahead of everyone in the line of dcpendnble values and qualities as applied to every item in the entire drug slock. Long established in business and a stock or the things that arc called for is what wc solicit you prescription trade on. wcll-detcrminc- d, over-ridin- Frost In Nebraska. Norfolk, Neb., Aug. 23. Frost was roported from parts ot northern Nebraska. At Ciulghton, Iqo form oil on Htill water. Tomato vlnen and other tender plants were killed. Fiult Jars at Dutlorsworth & I'ratli-or'- s. Latest styles and patterns In wall paper. Fotlio & French. HELM & ELLISON ilkl. fiff rrVh'ieMWl nko pooplo by tbo hand whom you ally wish to hulp. Don't utund on a th pedestal Btid toll them to lo Musettes tho houor of Jumping to ir kvel Either go to tliuni kindly ox'cud to thoui tho friendly hand rChrlstlan fellowship, or let thoin THERE IS John Webster, who Uvea In Fulton county, a short way from Moscow, died Mouday at Hot Springs, Ark , at irclc ( ourur's tho ago of 62 years, and tho remains were brought to Clinton Tuesday afternoon, tho funeral being held at Hush Creek comotory. Clinton Ga The uinn who measures his acts by zette. what tho laws allows him to do Is not so good a neighbor as tho ono who measures his nets by "Do unto others us you'd liuvo them do unto you." Tliu law Is iiuwb. f'.r thu first, Uiu sec ond 1ck not need It. rf-f-'o- ( 1 Think About It Now wrrstM ! ONTENTMENT HEN THERE IS fA( iris Mri jMx-y- Don't find all jour "good people" among thu depart"!, but seek to discover n few among the living. It will make you mid tho world happier to get Into the habit. A huiiry heart, which Is destined never to be fed, Ik ono of tho tuiddet spectacles ever witnessed In this world of ours. If you have a 'word of praise to bestow on jour wife if it Is due, bestow It. Do not wait until she Is dead, and be forced through blinding I earn to tell your heart In it wild throbbing that you have lived a dual life by xtlflliig thought and keejtliig Uuk words that would have brought a flush of pleasure to hor checks, old as sho Is, and set hor heart to dancing with a pleasure only known to those who have bad their hungry hearts fed by words of praise and recommendations. MONEY IN THE BANK CsmiuVI ! tr( C Zh Co No 41 IE possession of a Bank account brings f. Jy a contentment which means more than A little early, perhaps, but the stove season will soon be here, and we want to say in advance that we have a feeling of independence. Worry hurts more than and does you no good. So no matter how hard you t, you accomplish very little as long ns you worry, and lis reason the contented person is always successful. it is so easy to start an account at our bank and ns so much toward your happiness and success, why off longer? The trick of .alwayti suelng tlio bright Hide, or If Uie mattor ban no bright sldo of shining up tho dark one, Is a very important faculty; one of thu things no woman should be without. Wo nro not all born with tho sunshine In our hearts, us tho Irish prettily phrase It, but wo can eultlvuto a cheerful scuso of humor If we only try. Is thoro any satisfaction In a room tho furnishings of which cost hundreds of dollars, when It Is only open at rare Intervals, while tho owner perhaps, tits by tho kitchen fire or in some dingy sitting-rooni- . where ho cuii put his feet on the fender If bo In to, can smoko, and as a great Indulgence, tilt back In bis cbalrT Tnko tho sermons jou hear home joursolf. If )ou divide, them and parcel them out to our friends and neighbors, and tho peojrfo In tho pews around you, thcro won't bo much of the "good seed of tho gospel" left to bear fruit for jourself. to 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. The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Business. $4.50 to $25.00 to to 25.00 8.00 50.00 35.00 We carry five different makes, including the famous Charter Oak and Boss lines. We know we can save you money, and your credit is good at 5 Louis Furnishing Co INCORPORATED Hr ?n P3r both 3?rroKr33s VARDAMAN'S n o-- a wn th r i wr of wr II' SI l llll I COS me t in oifMf it r . ii nr ctKiv 1 sun, sm mi i ur lulu. it fv.mtrs iii io krrr . tiosi. a nut on .it.i m it m f ihii r imm km osr j in 1U tirsfi i) t t I 7 lie ..iccousr .ll Kill' ixnssii US II.1NVI K inn HICKMAN BANK AND TRUST CO. v""50 000s7mt350022 Mtm muy go through all the world he may run through ever' stage of belief and disbelief, but there will bo YOUNGEST MOTHER ouo picture that he can't efface. LivCalvert City Girl ing or dying, there will rise up before Becomes Mather at Age of 11. him like a morning star the beauty of that remembered goodness which ho Probably the youngest mother In called "mother." Kentucky Is Mrs. Hen Thomas of Cal Thoe wlio habitually correct their vert City. She gave birth last children In their faults by whipping week to a girl baby which weighed ami boxing thorn, muat not be sur- nlno pounds. Mrs. Thomas Is only prised when they find them tapping 11 years old and will not bo 12 until them in return, and rough and abus- October. Mother an ml baby nro doive towards one another. They are ing well. simply trying to enforce their own little Ideas of right as they have seen Old people have faults, like chiltheir elders do. dren but they have no mothers to SPEECH Would Encourage More Home-GrowProducts. CIRCU8 COMING Sun Brros. Will Be In Hickman, September 18th. The biggest day of amusement this year la Hickman will take place on Monday Sept. 18. This will be tho occasion of the visit of tho famous Sun Brothers' World's Progressive Shows. This popular tented exhibi tion is now on its twentieth annual tour and the assertion, is made by tho Sun management that th9 show is richer and newer in all departments. Each succeeding season a now company of artiste are engaged for the Big Top performance. This season all previous efforts are eclipsed. In fact they outshine them all. The and Wild Beast dislay Is a mammoth ono and serves to introduce the greatest and most select collection seen here in a decade. The show owns lta own special train of magnificent sixty-focars, including stable cars, flats, baggage and animal cars and Pullman sleeping coaches, all of these being elegantly furnished. Over one hundred men, women and .children performers take part in the show. Tho special, or big display, acta aro given by Illustrious European and American headllners. The wild boost section Is a noteworthy feature and is educative and unusually attract lve, with many odd subjects, never before exhibited In Anirica. From many exchangs at hand, and otlier reports, the show is a good ono, in fact one of the best traveling today in America. The officials and goers generally welcome the Sun Brothers' Show with open arms, because of its great cleanliness and freedom from gamblers, grafters and immoral issues. 'Two performances will bo offered, afternoon and night ut tho railroad "Y" in West Hickman. Zoo-logic ot & The poot and tho artist, the writer and Uiu musician look to tho world to acknowledge their genius and glvo them praise. It Is encouragement which oil 1h forth tlielr noblest words to climb the mount of famo until they surmount all difficulties and write their names in flaming letters upon Us summit. Then let us givo encour agement to each other In every effort of good, In every noblo action, In tho little duties of life, and we will bo hnpplor for It, tho world will be bet ter, and a smiling providence will down nnd bless our labor of love. Wives and mothers of a century ago were proud to exhibit Uio result In tho manufacture of their indu-suof cloth nnd the making of garments for their families. Thcro Is no call for sui'h work In our day, yet there an enough calls to duty In every homo to employ the housekeeper. Homo to many women mifcns nothing more than a laundry whore, they take their clothes to bo washed and Ironed; to tho man n plnco to eat and sleep their ivenlngs being largely spent at clubs . or blllnrd Tho old fashioned hoii'o keopcis have become almost a lost quantity. Societies of various kinds occupy much of tholr time. Tho children nro font to chool ut the age of six and the mothers aro at liberty to flit about until they return at noon when tlio lunch of food, prepared outside the hoaie. Is p'need before 'Jim family, and the duties until high twelve ne discharged. lm-Ls- the in. If you sit in a cool draft when you are heated and get a stiff neck or lama back, you will bo looking for something that will ease the pain. Fix your mind on BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT and don't bo talked out of it because it la tho best pain re lieving ununent you con get anywhere Price 25c, 60c and J1.00 por bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. 5 pUice. Hor hair tousled and face and cloth ing begrimed with soot, nn old girl was arrested at Kansas City. Wednesday, as she climbed out of a box car In the Missouri Pacific yards. Sho said sho left Denver two weeks ago becauso her widowed mother mar rled a man sho did not "fancy." Sho "hoboed" it to St. IamiIs sho said, and was now bound for the west "Name? Oh, yes, certainly. I'm Ada Jones, sister of Chyce Jones. You see all our folks took to railroad ing right from tho cradle." This girl onco resided in Fulton county. What wo need Is to raise more produce at home nnd stop buying so much from the Northern States. Take the average Mississippi farmer, lie buys canned and dried fruits likewise canned foods. He gots up at the alarm of a Connecticut clock, fastens hU Chicago suspenders to his Detroit overalls, washes his face with Cincinnati soap In a Pennsylvania wash basin, sits down to a Qrand Rapids table, eats Indiana hominy, fried with St. Joseph lard on a St. Louis stove, and puts a St. Louis bridle on a Tennessee mule. He sits down at night to read a IJIblo that wus printed In Chicago, kneels to say a prayer composed In Jerusalem, aud coers himself with a New Jersey blnuket, only to be disturbed at night by thu howling of his dog, which Is product on thu the only home-raise- d PAY CITY TAXES Penalty Goes on Unpaid Taxes Spetember 1st. City Taxes are now due. Tho pen-a'goes on Sept. 1st. Detter pay now and save extra costs. Tom Dillon, Collector. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. All persons holding claims against 4 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. the estate of Martha J. Farls, deceas- ed, will file same with me properly A. J. Hunzlker will leavo next Satproven on or before Sopt. 1 1911, or urday for Highland, Ills., to visit his be forever barred. C. C. Smith. sister. Highland Is his old homo, but this will be his first pleasure trip back there In 32 years. Hoc dcr Kaiser such a time as ho will havo. Misses Mngglo Leu Rice and Hazel Hickman Ice (Incorporated) o-- Coal Co. arx-- ., . o. rDXXjXjoaxr, 3vrx'. (lot tho whli.o out of your voice or It will stop the development and growth of your tody. It will narrow and shrink your mind. It will drlvf uwny your friends; it will mako you unpopular. Quit jour whining; brace up; go to work, bu something; stand for somethlngiflll your place In tho world. Instead of whining around exciting only pity and contempt, faco All persona or firms holding claims of Union City, and Mary Kelly, of against the estate of Robt. H. Speight Margaret Flour, none hotter. Hot' near Fulton. Jordan Correspondence. deceased, are hereby notified that terswortii & Prather. said claims must be presented to me William Wilson, charged with the In proper form on or before October killing of Vester Wells and Charlie 1, 1911, or be forever barred. Claims about and make something of yourCarson, charged villi housebreaking may be mailed to me at Bandana, self. Reach up to tho stature of u ut Glbbs, escaped from tho Jail at Ky. H. H. WHIPPLE, Administrat strong, ennobling manhood, to the Union City last week. or. beauty and strength o( a superb wom anhood. Thero is nothing the matter Meet your friends at tho Lyric Sat with you. Juki quit your whining and urday night. Good pictures at popu All the leading magazines at Fetho go to work. lar prices. & French's, better place than White liros. Wo night and Sunday at the homo of Mr. know our business, do our wofk well and Mtb. W. T. Uondurant. Among and guarantee satisfaction. What inori tho other guests Sunday were Misses Charlotte and Anna White Alexander, do jou want. Who Is your clothes doctor? No Johnson, of Hickman, spent Saturday FINAL SETTLEMENT. U.lOb-jna- ' to. fc.-- .. I nMr-"- - -- 7rmj' AAAmAmAAAAAl f : . & pC !.i?3 The Courier's Weekly Sermon ? X- -' 7k..;?..:i?. Hj I'A&TOlt Kl'SMKI I.- -J 1 No Waiting1 : : : : : For Materials when we undertake a job of plumbing work. We carry a full line of all things needed and are right on the job at once. Get through with it too, as quickly as good work will permit. Try us the next time you need a plumber. You will not regret it in any way. : : : : ii AM I is : : : ; MY i Ky. Lump Coal Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 156 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked mm? ? 4.50 A Ton BROTHER'S KEEPER Crowds Attend Let me save you money on your coal. For Only $35 an Acre Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this place tt much less than It Is worth. It can be had with building, stock, (arming Implements and poultry already on It. Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two gd barns, one 38 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, (0 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of lit cutlvattlon; produces CO bushels corn, a bate of cotton per a also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section A line stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of three kinds, stock and about 200 chickens, gulnaas, etc., which may be bought v. tn place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a rang J VOOO acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. i STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH i : : ; Address to Richmond : : : : : : : : Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. o. : : : tin) Tie lie W niKll.-- t ulil. Ii IhreHti-iisiriiitlou or iir Christian fulth I'os sllil.x a few en- - blind to the situation, lint the litsu genlH the IllKluT Critic Bible Students. roHllii! the slttia nnd tlmi and art mftlly Haying to the oo il', "We are the wuti hiiicn uhmi the Vn., walls of .ton. Insirken to our cry; all August Uith. I'ns Is well!" Thei lllishur Critics nci'in They claim tor It u msp II of to hate no loien-ieniHrookljn Tn her- that the pontile must ln gradually tak them to mit le preach e d rii 1) guile They here Unlay under sleep while the) raise over thorn the the nuiplios of tho banner of lufldellty lull.sl Higher Crlt e 1 e Pastor Russell's Illble Iclsiu. nnll-typic- Both Phones 75 . A XX TVT w T7T? 5 5 Attnrnnv-nt-La; ZEifiliEN CABINET . f Mnl : and Notary ruuiic ', j ! Will practice in all Courts of the State. j Jtf c j Zlloluuau, ; 1 XSZy. 5 4 .; Office with 1 T T juage d. i. isavis J uanv I u ii f "I Ml vour mind oa It and do It. Ciu I none of u help what tralU w tart with, but we can holp what wa end Alice Hos&n IUca. with. More Pork Dishes. Roost pork Is as dainty as chicken In a salad if It Is nicely roasted and as carefully mado In a salad. Many e cooks add veal to eke out a chicken salad, but pork Is far more desirable to many palates. Real country pork raised In one's own pen under cleanly conditions Is hard to find an oqual for flavor. Now that pork Is so high It will probably bo regarded with greater respect and It Is hoped that many of the small fanners will take np the ralslngof the good, clean pork for tho marketsT" -- ASK FOR. RATES- Pork Fillet Take one and a half pounds of pork shoulder In a slice. W. J. McMURRY Make a filling of one cup of bread Attorney crumbs, a tablespoonful of butter and Office In Davla Building on corner. a third of a cup of boiling water. Add Hickman, Ky. an egg beaten light, season with salt, pepper, chopped onion or a teaspoon ful of sago and two chopped apples. DR. K. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Roll up tho meat with the flUlng In Oantlet aide, skewer with tooth picks or sew the edge together. Roast in a hot Davldaoa'a old stand. Phone No. oven 40 minutes. Baste frequently. Hickman, Ky. Pork Stew. This is a dish not to be despised. Fry a few slices of salt HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. pork cut In dice in a ketUe and when brown add three onions sliced. Cook Funeral Directors and Embalmers. until yellow in color, then add a half Phone 20, day or night. ,dozes potatoes sliced, cover with waiter and cook until tender. Add a Hlctaiaa, Ky. quart of milk, a half dozen crackers and salt and pepper to taste. This is THE ELECTRIC STUDIO a cheap and wholesome dish. Everything In Photography Many of the old cooks In former 'days cooked their sausage, then Style, Quality and Prices Illght it boiling hot in large crocks or stone Next to Price House jars, poured over the hot fat and they were sealed for an Indefinite period. When wanted the saussgo was W. F. MONTGOMERY taken out, tho fat scraped off, and after Undertaker reheating they were as good as fresh sausage. Hearse and drivers furnished on Pork Chops au LalL Pare and dice notice. short enough potatoes to cover the bottom of a small dripping pan; a quart will be about right Boll for ton minutes, W00DLAWN DAIRY "I refused to be operated drain and put Into the pan. Lay over ' A. H. Leet, Proprietor. the potatoes six pork chops. Pour. on, the morning I heard over all a pint of milk and a cup of dairy In The only about Cardui," writes Mrs. water, cook for one hour In a moderFulton County. Elmer Sicklcr, of Tcrre ate oven; season with salt and pepper and serve. Bacon, to bo appetis Haute, Ind. "I tried Caring should be cooked unUl crisp and dui, and it helped me Heie la nu editorial from the Now dry. A transparent piece of bacon is Madrid lleord which exactly fits Ful-to- n neither wholesome nor attractive. greatly. Now, I do my own county: Ten years from now It washing and ironing." rwlll be Impassible for poor men to buy laud m NW Madrid county, and EG3 wo appeal to our prosperous tenant farmers to buy some land as soon as pohfltble, 80 acres), 40 acres, 20 (teres Take or less. The tiiue Is coming when the produce of ten acres will bring as uiuuh money as forty acres under Tonic the old system. Apply a cotton cloth wet with BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT to all wounds, cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note Its wonderful healing power It U prompt and very effective. Price 25c, EOc, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold 4 by Hickman Drug Co. Business Directory Hit-La- p. SI any who st-- e the killing of this AssociaStudent Abel shirk the respousllillltj tion (IakmI Itrnnch u n hoc I n rlan), by saying, "Am I my brother's keep This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, COIIUKWfd of tlltf crT" not realising that from tho Divine but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a gd hungry from HtaiidKiInt they Im-- c ii truth n dt'iiomlimtloiiM toward every other Christian with crop overy year. If you want either a Fulton county farm or a good in They vestment. It will pay you Asked why such whom they nre In to buy this place. pro it crowd nlwnys nltcnd hU ad should roaltn tht Wiyslty to Gin! while the ihurrlics of nil de-i- i hum n that thfty should "show forth 'iniimtlom nr tomplnlnlng of slim the prnlMss of Illm who hath cslte.1 a niliiiii e I'ator Kiiisell reptltd, us out of darkiiiMH Into Ills nmnel lh people htc thinking Perplexed in light In n wunl. eitry b the inMilellty nnd Higher CrttlclMii who lias made h full nn to i nj. tit In the principal collegen nnd ptil-- i ration of hlMM)r tn the t' to have nn luterpre-tnuoi- i ivnlk In the niaiij of the Savktr ilMtuliI wnketi to tbf fart that we art-li- t of the Bible consistent with ntnl noi nt war with tin reverenn critical time. tial ou'p ie of reoson. The Scriptures' We may tn sore that tlH Cain clus f..iite.l our day. saying. There shall ii f mir day will U boM accoiitaUe for In a famine In the land; not a famine tu wilful HtnjlMK of Ihtnr brother. for broad nor n thirst for water, but Issialiy to tiH iMent that th broth for the hearing 'of the Word of the er dcattse'l hmv In a chihl of God I. rd" (Amos vlll. 11). No fairy tales can As Gd (!wlrd that the of ttmriMiKhl- - satisfy Intelligent thlnkcm, IhI rtiil to Illm fnwi tho gfwnnd- . wtiiM-tnumbers are Increasing. tlH hittKMt(u af rtrd for iHstW-- f Snow Flnke Flour. Tw hwviMM were held oue for the tin- - SrrttHwrtw I that all IttjMatki af great "Here- rwrr klml. es rry wbrn. will brittg a iil.il . the Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. after:" the other, which wo report, Jhk of rvwaril." had for It trxt Cod'a call to Cain "The Dulrs ol All Nations Shall Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. after he had -- ulaln his brother, and Coma." Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. "ulns replj. Where Is thy brotherF Moat erplfcltly ih tho Scriptures "Am I my hnillier'H krecrr" (Gen-- af aH itatl.iii tliat Th' llnFresh Vegetables of all kinds. Iv. Oi. Tin nputker wild in part: sim'i ...n illarinii H. 7i This decf Nu one can ilkiHile that Individual4 Full line oi Mleinz s, o M varieties. k'pi)iihI Indiindonro, periHinal laration la In conjunct Ml with the fore ism of I he etatilltininl of Me Iihs done much for tho telllnrr righteous Klanlom TIm ile i..meut of our rnro The serf-il...- stall's wlik-- It will risiau of nnsa tHaHmmtf rill ii ml imternaHrtiu of the past were hlcnl of th HMa of lonnklml. nl iiiifntnruhlp to Indlrldiinl thought re s'Hiiisililllty nnd action. No wlso and ihougli nu"c inl! Mr the in wt brow f IrualM nnd ctmlHHi will fur h lime Telephone orders receive our personal attention. ixsl mini HiMild iliHiIre to rob his felnot li lowisl aynipathetlcnlly by some. low h of liidi'Nndoiii e of mind. The tlHiimaiHl viars of Messiah' "Whero Ii Thy Brother-- r reign during whl'h Ills Bride, the (!h1 h liiiiilr.v of Cnln luiplleil his Klcct Chtiroh. will Is with nnd teai has us n les.sou Illm. will Ih quite atitnclcHt for the re-tliiti our resHiimiblllty In God'n eiiualluillon of nil of life's affairs for hi. lit 'for one another. We will lgln tho entire race In Ills day the right Phone 74: null the ihunli. the highest tyi of onus shall '.oiirl-- h In Ills day ctll lironierlKNid Iningliiablu We Hhould doers nud not the welldoers will be imi in- - Kinleiit to Npllt Into sects and WiMteer nn the Ignoranco crushed. li.irtlfH if the tnHt wliltli kit to the formation IN A BAD WAY" of tiie xiirlixiH cnisls nnd dcnoiulua-ilous- . ihere i an In- - no exru.se for thvnv imih iHSHitMi- - Chrlstlnnn of all deuoiu-Inaiiui- s Many a Hickman Reader Will Feel lime rome to discredit the old Grateful for This Information. riisls KHTAIII IHIIr ! fA I wry true Chrtstlnn should realize TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. When your back gives out; Unit todii) Chrlntliinlty Is being r tn II tl Kniiiniiutr. itppra.nl) Ilecomea tamo, weak or aching; in im own house nnd by Its pi'ifessed friends. In the collegia and When urinary trouble set In, Hen. in. irles ft nil denomliintloiiM a but Your kidney a aro "In a bad ny " Don't delay uso Doan's Kidney 1 1 Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river depot Its. No better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Invein gallon you may care to make. dno The Hickman Courier m i de-dr- fitrfw lnt The Everything You Want Grocery lil rlsMm n h e Deliveries Prompl MATHENY BROS. & PLANT HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS A JJ42fcfi Marble and Granite PUls. Hero worth. la good evidence of their Monuments Saved! 113 K. North BL, Mny Held, Ky., sayn: "I suffered severely from backache, particularly If I J. J. Owen, CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALI KINDS, IRON FF.NCING. stooped, and at night I could not rest on account of tho pain In my loins longed to got rid of tho trouble, but was unablo to do eo unUl I used Doan'o Kidney PMa. In a short tlmo this remedy entirely relieved mo of tho annoying backache." (Statement given in July, 1903.) CONFIRMED PROOF. On May 11th 1907, Mr. Owen was Interviewed and aald: "What iBtat-c- d through our Mayflcld newspapers in tho summer of 1903 about Doan's Kidney Pills bUII holds good. During tho four years which have alnco elapsed there has been no recurrence of my troublo nnd In view of this f vet. i again highly recommend Doan's Kid ney PUls to othor kidney sufferers. ror sale by all dealors. Prlco 60c. Foster-MUburCo., Duffalo, N. Y., sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. n BfejB" Hickman, Kentucky Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. M. II. T. HAVIH IHI-K- KENTUCKY J.J.O. llOSlHtllANT (IKO.ll.TIIHKI.KKI.il T.A.IiKDKtmn milKIITOItS Hr.J.M. IIIIIIIIAItlt For Sale. IIKNItY HA.NI1KU The Woman's 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. tl. llONIlt'UANT, Rough Lumber For SalC-Dimensio- n Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. and lot in Weat Hickman, five rooms three porches, city water in kitchen and sower. Houbo A four room dwelling on bojiio lot, water In yard. Now, Just built 1910. ij- - If Mill located on Dresden Road Both bouses arc In first class condimiles east of Hickman. tion and stand on a lot CCxlOG feet. 2 If you are in need of anything $1200 Is tho price of both places for quick sale, or may bo sold separate. in this line, see For further information apply to Dr. J. M. HUBBARD -2 Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural the delicate, womanly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped morethanamillion women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that it will do you good. At all drug storei. man-ner- on rri'nlilriu It. O llAMAIJi:. A'l J. Cn-lil- A. THOMPSON, Cnslilcr Honesty Is nover gained or lost suddenly, or by nccldont, but Idle ness fetsln upon It and will, In tlmo. uso up tho lust vestige. Tho happy home, ho It u cottngo or a mansion, furn!hen no recruits for an army of unemployed. SuUlvnn J f XJ33AXJU !;; !i; LAUNDRY -- AT- Dros. gains. the house of bar Bradley & Patau's W. E. Alien, Hickman, or L. J. Allen, Tnko that proscription to Holm A Klllson. Puro drugs, quick sorvle . rensouablu prices. iU4t4, IMuine 4 Try Our FRESH MEATS acr. o. Moorua f . a Kenton, Tenn. 4o Our famous Granger coffee, at 25c, Dahnko's Cream Dread received daily at Motheny Bros. & Plant. la tlll the talk of the town. Better than lots of 35c coffees. I'houo Js. i C, 12. Davis. Iuraer salesman thn i Wo have some now things in mi -Bottorsworth & Pr&ther. (Mengol lJox Co., won hero from Louis nlturo this season.---Hickm-an Fural vino on business Saturday. Subscribe for too Courier. tar Co. fr 33 33J3T t j GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore i I I Haskel leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Let us figure on that bill of bor. Itoynolda Mom k. Co., In lum White Uroa., saoae 1(, . rfJ. . Even ADog Saves Why Don't You " ' (ourier's -.-i.- 7j-Ho- Circle --i- j k ' Ja Ehnll we of holler inemolres sit In Judgment upon them? Shall we not remember the weight they carry In tho raco of life and bo thankful we live In this beautiful country of ours. Philosopher and poet are alike In Little nrms encircling the neck will tho verdict that the safety aud make the heart light, over which no of any nation Ilea lu the diamonds sparkle. All tho grand pichomes of Hit people. tures and splendid works of art one can possess will never adorn a room as do the smiling faces of those dearTlio girl with n sweet little voice est to us. The things that may be need not feel discouraged because she bought are pleasant to have, nor la lias no opportunity to sing In grand opera .Sim can give great pleasure wtalth to be despised; but never pity lie poor man who has the wealth to being a songbird In the homo nest. that gold cannot buy, nor the woman whose Jewels aro those of which The real business of life la tlio C' rnella was no proud good and obemaking of a happy homo. When you dient sons. come to sift the whole chaff of exls. once, everything goea to tho wind-bu- t Coumwi iww. kr c. e. C0...N0. Jl Heaven help tho man who Imaglnea tho happiness we have had at he can dodge enemle by trying to home. please everybody! If mich an Indidoc? vidual ever succeeds pasa him over There nro alx secular nights lu this way that we mny have one look each week. Out of the six some- - men nt his mortal remains ero ho vanishes itinct with every living orcnture who docs not perish with tpeml one nt home and five at lodge, nway for surely thin earth cannot be hid abiding place. Now we do not while others spend five at home icason, to save something for n time of need. Snvine is one at lodge. In which elasa shalland Infe that ono should ho going thro wa lull world trying to find beams to nntumi instinct which every one should" follow. Civili- - register your iinmo7 kiuck and thump his head against. tion provides the bank, a better place for saving than diluting every man'H opinion, fight-la- g A woman who falls In her home ture has ever provided. Why don't you start an account falls In all. Home la womnn's realm. who rrd elbowing and crowding all differ with him. That, again, la given Into hdr hands to regulnte. gov-ti- i another extreme. Other people have and beautify. If alio falls here ilulr opinions, so have you. Don't sho mny look lu vain for another full Into the error of supposing they kingdom; for she ha failed In the on will respect you more for turning ly spot whore she could ha vo ultimate y ur coat every day, to match tha ly succeeded. cnbjr of theirs. yzT start pre-petul- ty A BANK ACCOUNT ? II II II II ,.f I ii II II II LIT It lioHLir. ;ov noik in it.m kk or "" v i II WOS o ii 11 lilt DfJT TO St c. unur Mil i 11 11 Hill l llll urn IflfT If 1 II zi.t... VEN a saves. WNv rlY start a bank account? It is a natural )ot KOII THIS! mill IS DIOR II II It I Hit l)Ol L IR linn i r khi iiII KtU - IS IM (.IILLk tiitsr. ilfllhLK v nit m, I i r lllll DIM, lll.KU IMlllt.D HICKMAN BANK. AND TRUST CO va50.000O.s'7.m $3250022 m The Peoples Bank Will Appreciate Your Bus! ness. . Pl-fl- v .- -.j !!! nfe wwM....aw..u....4Ufu.wr. ..o....v.. o eib n fflPft-f- : To make a boy Into a puro man, a mother must do more than pray. She must live with him In tho seiiso of comrade and closest friend. She , Clerk During Past Week. must stand by him In time of temptation us the pilot sticks to tho wheel Ml M Til- r v II. . ft in. Hxhwi- O. Spnidlln to M. II. Shaw, Inter-ea- t when raplda nro around. Sho must In f.1 ikthh land, JW.O. ft nl Hull to linwk the will of never desert him to go off to superh It T TyUtr. Mm. U. T. C. A. Iloiidtirnnt to Cnyoe Milling intend outside duties any more than t, (r her shnro of tlt Co.. lot near town of Ciiyitw, $300. the englnoer deserta his iKist and goes ' t what Dih law allow KJH."' ' Tm Dillon, Sr., to Al Chrtlstor, 2 Into n baggage ear to rend up engiM TylT claim thnt the loU In Iftint Hickman, $C00. neering whon his train Is pounding fiil f'ir probate wan not th I. II. Ferguson to Joo Ferguson, ncrosa the country at forty miles an J a ill und of deceased 23 neri4 land, $100. hour. :uit COURT SulU Piled Thli week for Trial at Next Term. 11 REAL E8TATE Deceit Recorded with County The truest, beat and sweetest typo of the girl of todny does not come from the homo of wealth, sho steps out from the hoiwo whero Is comfort raiher than luxury. Sho belongs to t:i- - great middle class that class which has given us the beat wifehood. 'r Or., v ,1 " ' 'm ?.. S3fc. ' C iU 1 j8&am, i:.'Ti)k JT1MI ygggifc-n- . ;. a' ,. n1 1 '' IT I ;rr i. iO trM(nl f.r KswT IwMnril I IwIhmH. 1'otlnnneed I'roduotH wtMOnii. rx (I'n & (Imln Co. Hull Ilemarknblo values your Jl '"72 for nllnged over- - lug at Sullivan Itros. wd niuliimnl r'nintirr Minranti-e- vs. Kennedy & IioiihIiI 11 lliipmo- - EMi Ii.ii nt1niih u2JjflP'r,'ln ilifi'iidantH. which he not Riven the service that mid that de- - tttii IWffil Iffwton' 'i IMMhlij it i..ii ..ii do Mil put the maehlnu In whlh ho unya tlmy Ho paid $760 for tho EJUxalH Hi V. I.olor vs. Hattle nl Hull to sottlo the estate lb Mrs J- null' Wilson, deceased, by "of land - fcrS N lielda. Ailmr., 1 vh. J. K. EM4a 1 nl OfcttKT'iK Suit lo Mettle ostnto of Fields, diseased. boy la vury I' Nelson's liahy HWvo w UK a rail. you Our prices will Siilllvnu Ilnw. Tho wnrld Is full of women who can amuse the ordinary man. Can alng dance or reclto for him; can paint, write or decorate In a manner GETS IN TnOUDLE. most pleasing, but the poor man ofNear-Dee- r Selling ten goeti begging for a woman who Without Government Llcenie. can sew on buttons or mend his clothes; who can cook his food with Ilnli Jnckson, who runs a soft economy and flavor It to his taste. drink stand near Sulphur Springs, In the onsl iarl of town, was arrested Tell, me,, ye winged wlnda that ymterdny morning by II. S. Marshal around my pathway roar, do ye not KIwimhI Neal and carried to I'adurah, know some qulol spot whore wives where he will be given a hearing lu clean house no more. the Federal Court. AImiiiI ten daya ago a revenue man was here and visited Jackson's place. Many of us miss tho Joys thnt might was being be ours by keeping our eyes fixed 011 He found that near-bee- r dlspnxed without tliu'proHr license, til mo of other people. No one can with the result that Jackson was. enjoy his own qpjiortunltles for happi Jerked up yesterday. Jackson la of ness while ho Is envious of nnother's. the opinion that some of his compet- Wo lose a great deal of tlio Joy of living by not cheerfully accepting tho itors "turned him up." Sheriff Johnson was summoned as small pleasures that come to us every n witness In the onae, and also went day. to I'adiienh esterday. In boys cloth' INSURED WITH KENNEDY. has given helpmates to the foremost men of our time; which It ndus Its daughters the true meaning of love; which teaches tb man- iu rs of the drawing room and the practical life of the kitchen as w.tll as teaches Its girls tho responsibili ty t of wifehood aud tho greatness of motherhood. w il h Protracted meeting is in progress here. Rev. H. H. Drake is conducting the services. Ebery Shoe We SbolPo A man who has made a happy homo for hla wife and children, no matter what he baa not dono-ltho way of Achieving wealth and honor; If be ha .loiio thnt he Is a great success. If he has not done that, and It Is his oivn fault, though he be tho highest n v$c,A Brwul In Old Kentucky" high pat- We have Just received 1C0 pairs of JJJn:aret flour, Heller Uian others xninple pants In all the latest colors f5tTeowt no nioro. llotleru worth & mid weaves $2.00 vnliieit for aOe. Siillunn I Iron ! rer, The children whose horizon is a brick wall, who must play on cobble stones and go swimming lu the canal and be chased by the police. If they do not grow up to be Ideal citizens. Wt7& I has a "touch of distinction" in appearance and is priced to suit all pocket books. DIDN'T. the land, ho Is a most pitiable failure. Wo wonder how many men In a mad pursuit of gold, which characterizes tho age, realize that thero la no fortuno which can bo left to their families as great as tho memory of In Bradley & Parham Buy Your Suit Case n iMppy homo. LEIBOUITZ'S have just received a new line of Suit Cases that are going to be sold at extremely low prices. If you are in need of a new case, it will pay you to get my prices I be-fo- re buying. The homo thnt possesses a cheerful wife and mother Is not only a Veritable hnven of rest, but tho safe harbor whoso beacon light will guide her bread winners safely past all rocks nii'l shoals with unfailing certainty. Tho womsn whose cheerful spirit can take that "brave attitude toward life" that enables her to bear courageously tho inevitable burdens or her llfe'H environment; that strengthens her determination not to fret or worry those who, for her sake, nro fighting tho hard battles In the world, has reached thnt altitude that proclaims her price above rubles; aud her Influence aud example are not felt only within the limits of the four walls she hns in a do an unassailable bulwark of state and society, a happy homo, but reach to tlioso sho knows no' of S.ee iffffHlififffffffffffffffffffffliffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffFJSfl WW - lmlwM For The Last, Final Look before going out milady will bless the electric light for enabling her to detect the slightest flaw in her appearance. The lights can be so conveniently placed and are so brilliant and illuminating that they make other lights look like shadows. Shall we tell you something about the cost of electricity in your home? Its Iow-ness us beforo you buy. Sullivan fjOc Prices ranging from 95c to $9.00 Uroa. 1'ants to fit everybody nt nt Sullivan Hros. up J. H. Rrooks mnde a business trip to Martin, Tuesday. Al Chotlster has Just finished now residence on Troy avenue. C. will surprise you. a II. Mooro returned yesterday from a abort visit lu Nashville. Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. ari., arex-- . Where quality reigns higher than prices Mrs. Annie Klmoror, of Krlar'a Point, Miss., la the guest of her daughter, Mrs, J. T. Dillon, ar. t. ODiXjXjoftsr, r TTl THE HICKMAN COURIER "Cover Western Kentack like the Vra" M"I"M" ."".-l"- t- H4-t--. . SPEER & SEXTON. Rates PUBLISHERS $1.00 afifej For Heard On the Stress Subscription per Year IS HERg mm THERE XvK.-vSJfc.sib.R3:fc.f2R.?;i' Wi Wedding" Gifts Holiday Presents it - 't-- t'i M' i f ti t.; See ua boforo you buy. llros Sm , jenUrday. Joe Kvurly wan hare fioui v r.t. , Don't fall to hoar Capt. Stono spcaU Monday night. Nick Holcombe Is visiting his brothers In Mississippi. Several loads of cotton arrived Hickman Saturday. Boj-h- Showers and Card Favors Wc nsk your attention to our collection, just received, of I'ants to fit ovorybody at at Sullivan llros. 8 II Itoptir'tt storft mid H II burner chop sit Itldttoly liiim.il day ,t . i. , . In Mlw l.ui'llo llondUnmt Is ti Mm. II. I.U5011. at City her sinter. ., Mllltit &. and Misses' school shoes Alexander. Rich Cut Glass, Hand Painted China s J. T. Seat, and wife are back from two month's stay at Hot Springs. Miss Eva Cook has returned from a several days visit to relatives near Fulton. S. L. Dodds and a party of friends In North y liaviland China, Carlsbad and Austrian China, Brass and Silver Art Goods, Japanese Vases. We invite your careful inspection of these lines, feeling assured that you will find our offerings worthy of your consideration. Handling these goods as a side line in connection with our other lines without any increased expense, enables us to mark them at a close margin of profit, which we are sure you will Tlu'ru'n aotno rl&w to U'Uuraiia PrnUior'a 26c UratiKer roffre lu,, you tried It? & Th- at IiiiIbvIIU- - Statu Fair win mtxt Monday, M. , and tniitJiitio nix MiHlnx No 11 -- (lu). or Kllllon -' ntKhlM are shooting prairie chickens Dakota. 'I .. I O i- - fin O. 2fl; Not. UU. 'I'liur)) !.. i.. See our fall lino of clothing. J1C.C0 values to be sold at $10 and $11.00 Sullivan Bros. FOR SALE: A No. 1 milk cow, fresh; also somo white l'okln ducks. C. S. 1'attcrstn. lp Miss Frankye I'uavlcr, who Is attending a business college In Memphis, visited her mother this week. Mis Cecil Uarnes returned yesterAJ Ti appreciate. We will take pleasure in showing you through the stock, and call special attention to the following items : Have you trlrd It thut h0h l(U vnn.'uil a.in Kiadi-i- l to rtKulur it.i luiui( iHrlalljr riillid for roovih. -- A A. Fori. C H Mm r. I'ntlsnmn tt ar niKtt-r- . y QifMOtt &A jt Individual A I I'mimy. Twhh. Our officer irnilHg tirbt mii Mm W. 8. HBnddn. if nhould" him wk hd m.i . vCi day from Memphis where she has been attending a business college. C. A. Wilson Is carrying m nnrl the mall f3'vv.v?w ivCVfAF Jft ' S v&ms rv n..un.. rv.u uu" iiau scal-lopp- tJJtil ed Five inch Nappy Bowl NdiiiK blcycltn on tk 'i'l'ld A man ha niclit In rldi) u h4in9 UK lu It " KldonalW. Jimt, n mu m Oil ttir . . lit on Route C this week. The rgcular carrier, A. J. Walker, Is taking his vacation. I have my emery wheel In operation and charge 25c to sharpen mower blades and 50c for lawn mowers. It V. Gray. Square, small, diagonal, jewel star, and frosted fan cutting, shell edge 50c Oval Bon Bon Deep fancy shape Bon Bon Triangular shape Bon Bon Footed Bon Bon v. Three point whirling star, diagonal center, fan cutting 08c Nappy, same as above Round Nappies .... 1 . 75c 1 50 1 . 2 00 Full 8 inch diameter, 3 8 inches deep, 3 whirling nam, diagonal fan and basket with small hob filling, cut bottom 7-- ' & rir - atiuu-- In A, line of boV k., llluKmnn U tliu Tha. . rthiM-- . xaiiBtol by Mm. (ihkU MtMiHey 75 00, 1.25, 1.50 3.00 A. L. Oakes, State Organizer for 1.75 Handled Nappies the Mutual Protective Is In the city this week working up membership for the local lodge. Miss Mena DIestelbrink announces that her music class will commence on Monday, Sept. 11, 1911. The patronage or her friends Is solicited. 1.25, 1.75, 2.25 alike, at Round Salad Bowls 3 . ... Ho two 00, 4.50, 500 to 8.00 Kctitloy'ii rourt yttattfrday on rlmr of hHIihk iHlovlcnllHK hvmarwm. ' iUn hi Jiil a aonitiiwl ,r i,tf (rm jury. Courier MFHT Ml ndVrMUiMtlPnU ! In m llltnlld for Mayonnaise Dcep Round JsHEVt !K -' Cut or Whipped Cream Bowl 6x4 Oval Bowl, with detachable plate wHr ll' .i. mm WlRMny. Our lalr atroiw t. a Rtirn HimiiimIvo tiHwlHur niworliit HlfkNMiii Ih Nti' Gl ass Salad or Berry Bowl ': Mra OardHor. of UlllOMKo, "la iiii(p a n The patrons of Ilural route C should look after the roads as Uncle Sam does not tolerate bad roads for his carriers. The carrier on that route tells us that the whole road cau be put In good condition In a day. The Union City fair Is In progress this week. Although unadvertlsed In this section, a fairly good crowd Is In attendance today 57 tickets were sold from Illckmau this morning. Those attending today will need rubber boots. Chas. Ii. Clark, who recently wound up his mercantile business at Oakton. moved his family to Hickman this week and expects to embark in business there by the first of the new year. Oakton and Hickman county never bad a better citizen. Clinton Qazetto. Work Is still going on at the Methodist Church and the usual services will bo held at the Court House next Sunday. Sunday School at the regular hour; preaching at 11 a. in. and 7 30 p. in., by the pastor, Hev. G. W. Wilson. He will also preach at the East Hickman Chapel at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, and a general Invitation Is given. A protracted meeting Is appointed to begin Oct. 35th. ltev. Dr. J. L. Weber, of Jack-boiTenn., will help In the meeting. i, Fern Dish Diameter 8 inches, 4 deep footed, 3 large 14 point whirling stars with diagonal and large fan filling, diagonal nit bottom. burnished plate lining 1- Th- - Mr. It T will m- !' lyHr - .. vrral of uw Ht(rb of alniiUi iii.tXm e)aM luva. wk Mottda til thw him. .J ! ri)ilaH iti tmta, with nvkttlon antique cutting, small jewel and basket design 4.00 all-ov- Bowl, large 8 point sunburst itar bottom, points extending to edge, small jewel basket and fan filling, 8 double hob stars nilliinr) llii - (trmy imKr iIMm ihnuhiii. AIM, tin-"H u lc Puff Jars . 2.00, 3.00 .. . Celery Bowl 4.00 Footrd Comports 4LOO .2.50, 4.50, 5 00 6.00 Fern Dishes with ih. muff hi jouilug ImV. 'uih- il Muff la na l.irait un a itM-- . ihhI t miaiiid from "houltb-rby oorda r Mratm. 6 00, 7.00 Cut Glass Cut Glass Bulh Top Vase 8 inches high, four whirling stars and IIS pi5mj IE Pitcher 3 pint, height 10 inches, rock cry-stal maul Pitcher 3 pint 9 3-- Tin- iiiombvni of tin Clirlixi. ctiurch Sunday KchiNil th. t a il:iilc nl Sulphur irin. Ftlday Tlir HiHliitxjril iMl. Ilwn tunda) MiIkmiI wu fnrlUil lo'ntl a nrt of tim lltflkmnn ii)ml hip whlrh tlipy did. TI10 ,it innri- ihaii riijoytl by nil r " trnll ' KU-t- -- - oc. 4 in- ' style, thistle sprays, 3 large fancy brill i a n t stars, leaves and flowers with frosted edges 8.50 mniXm Mm ches high, two large whirling stars, hob ccn ter, diamond all over diagonal, basket and fan cut, scallop top, star bottom, highly polish- - niiKct'llaiifoim ftirdny S M M aflriixn. h Nnlf.-- almwor wn W 4 to ft, by Mr In honor of Mrn, K uliHI Tho nUoiidiiiioo i 4.00 12 inch Tumblers to match 6.50 and fan cutting star bottom Tumblers to match Cruets 5.00 3.50 2.50 Vases at vase, same as above 8.00 Ml niul 11 IxHiiitlful culk-ttiiiofjclf'- iiKiuiiinK rtlivriir.t. ut KldjWJin. Klvrii lh brtdr. lUfrMhiiii f briik rt'm mid ako WurfDf r- wnVar 4.00, 8 00 to 12.00 Tho 1 ladli-- a or tho Citrlxttuti All Brass Brass Jardiniere Diameter inches, solid 7 3-- (mJt Tho Hickman Harness Co. will move In a few days to the new Dodds building. The Electric Studio will then occupy the place made vacant by the harness company, together with I. Kaghan, of Chicago. Jeweler and optician, who will open for business lu a few days. Mr. Kaghan, having beard of the wonderful possibilities in Hickman, came down to look over the situation and found it even more flattering than was reported. He has decided to locate here. We understand that W. A. Johnston, of the Hickman Hardware Co., bus nnul e arrangements to buy cotton after It has been baled. This venture on Mr. Johnston'H part Is for the purpose of giving our planters a homo market for their cotton In case they prefer not to sell seed cotton. In other words. If the price for seed cotton Is not satisfactory, you can havo It ginned and sell It In the halo to the highest bidder, getting tho t, npot ensh then and there. Mr. of tho Fanners Oln, tells us that he has no objection to doing your ginning, provided tho cotton Is brought la on dato that will suit his convenience. This arrangement will undoubtedly bo an additional Inducement to market tho local cotton crop t mcKinau. Bon-durau- Fern Dishes inch diameter, brush brass, ball feet, swell center, removable 7 1- -2 tM Ail Brass 'i' a 'Hi iimku 8alo" ut tht lllak (inn Hardware Wiiruliounu No. l,Ni urdny for thu benrflt of tho (iliurdc Hid rlcnrcd HoliK.thliiK over $!!0. Tl' - lr wna audi 11 iturooiw thnt tli i.avp di'cldttl to coutliiuu It olmri Fern Dish 4 metal lining hammered brass, 3 1.25 Brass Footed Fern Dishes, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50 large ball feet, flared top Brass footed Jardlnere 1.50 1.50, 2.00 All brass brush finlsh.ball feet, open work sides, removable green clay pot xt Saturday. Thry Imvo for '' W'.irihK uppiirol, old fiirnlturo and IniiKlrnl and 0110 othsr IIiIiikh. .Mi lljrm- - Slbercll nml Mrn. II. T. I' Ih art' lookliiK nftor thtj unl(iiu I rnar. h n4 . 1,50 Quadruple silver Fern Dish, 1.50, S2 Star and diagonal designs, German silver s;rew caps, ocean pearl inlaid, each 25c Cut Glass Salts and Peppers whirling stars, sterling pearl inlaid silver tops, a pair 1.00 Cut Glass Salts and Peppers Two sunburst stars, cut prism 1 50 panels, sterling silver tops, pair Cut Glass Salts and Peppers Rock Crystal design, satin finish, floral spray, beaded top, pair 1.75 Cut Glass Salts and Peppers Cut Glass Cologne Bottles Cut Glass Tcolh Pick Holders Cut Glass Sugars and Creams Brais Vase m S0c, 2.00, 3.00 50c 3.75,4.50,6.00 nn Wo heiir no uiul of eomplluii'in for our county JihIku mid nmKlatrni tho condition of our com ly roads It Ih 11 innttur worthy note thnt tin- - prusunt county JihIk and his niHoclnlcB, hnvo douo mm for tin public rondv than nny not offkTH In tho hlBtory of tho count' JiuIko Nnylor, durliiK IiIr lust enn P'llKii, promlHod ua buttur roads ml hi' has certainly kopt IiIm word. An) for ovory dollnr npunl, tho cltlwn-hnvrvcolved 100 oontH vnluo In ri 1 o Brass Candelabra 2.25 Silver Candelabra !!!!!.!!!"""".'..".'.".'."'.' 75c Quadruple Silver Plated Sandwich pTatVZ3."Zr"."'.2.00 Japanese Kinran Vases 2.25, 2"75, 3.50 turn (loo V. (llUfiia or Fulton, died Tiieudny n1 tin family reHldnnco nftor an IIIiiok Of lll'arl- trnnlilii tnallmr Iml n ....... ' ...... l.b Ik ulmr; tlllH At Mm Minn if M11 .Im.H. Mr 1' ill wim 71 yours or nK0 unil hnl p Illrd, ono of the oldon Ellison Bros, 11 I u resident of Fulton for n nuin of ycurti. Ho wiih born and roiir cd In Obion county. At tho bronklnn oi' of tin, civil Wnr ho onllati'd un dpr tho Confcdornto fliiK mid wa-- . ono or tho Smith's brnvcHt and most vnllnnt huMIith. Survlvlni; Mr. Hlnl nro his wlfo and two children. In-il- l bi--r .. I.. Interest In ' CAYCE ITEMS. A COMMITTEE NAMED To Look After Democratic Fulton County. Interesting News From Hustling Little City. Carlsbad China.. Clcnr while, light weight, roses and foliage in small design and dainty pink and green coloring strewn on each piece, scallop effect, edges. Sum Klllott, of Fulton, county chairman of tlio J'ulton county Democratic campaign committee, 1ms tlio follow lug. campaign committeemen for tlio west products of IIiIh county: , S I.. Dodds, Old Illckman. J T. Dillon, l.'ast Illckman. Joo Hiillurd, West Hickman. IIhiiiioii Shaw. Sassafras Kldgo. Tom rnitliur, State I.lno. Joo Hawkins, Madrid Bond. Yellow complexion pimples and dls- flKiirlnK blemishes on tlio faro or ran lio gotten rid of by doctoring the lUer, which Ih torpid. II1CKH1NK Is a powerful llvor corructanl. It purified tlio system, stimulates Ihe ital organs and puts tlio body In bo-fl- y Jim Kdmlstou, of Badger Miss , was boro Monday. Miss Ethel Hdmlston visited Mrs Own llraiiham, of Jordan, Friday. Mrs. II. P. Johnson visited her mother at Fulton a few days last week Johnnie Bondurnnt left Monday for Martin where he will attend school Kay Thomas left Friday for Dyer, Teim , whore ho will study telegru I'll) IfflONAL Cups and Saucers . .1.25 1 lgorous condition. Prlco Sold b) llickuinn Drug Co. ilno RECEIVED LOAD COTTON. Farmers Gin &. Grain Co. Get First Cotton Aug. 31. GOc. 4 Bread and Butter Plates Breakfast Plates .00 Dinner Plates 56 piece Tea Sets ... . . . 1.25 1.50 . . . 10.00 1 65 piece Dinner Sets t00 " Ellison Bros. 1 "... 5.00 18.00 The Farmers Clin & drain Co. tliolr first load of cotton last Thursday mornliiK It wnH raised by ilnb Watson, n tiuiniii on tlio Wilson-M-Ki-ulaco. about 4 iiiIIoh wont on llhknmu In tho lower bottom. Tlio load weighed I47f pounds nut! iKirught lio seller 73 7r,. This cotton l about ton days of tliolr first purchnse of last yo.ir. MiiinKor C. T. Hondiiront snyB tlicy have tliolr ginning maclilnory up In Up 'op shape, ready for tlio season's iniiliieBB. Ilo promises to jiny tlio nlehest markot prlco for both cotton ni-- ' corn, with prompt, courtcoiiB trcii'iiiont In overy traiiBiictlon. If union (Jlty haso hall team came to Wednesday and we're beaten 'ii to r.. Clinton also tasked defeat at the hands of Cayce Saturday to the tune of C to 8. Mrs. Henry Burns and daughter, Mrs Mary Cruce, visited relatives .n Oakton Sunday. Miss Thnlma Mayes returned homo Monday from an extended lalt at Moscow and Columbus. Mrs. Bailie Johnson and daughter, Mrs Maglu flarth, visited Mrs II P. Johnson Wednesday. Mrs Emma laimon and children re turned home Friday from Hives, where Ihoy visited relatives Kev Kic'hnrd Walker and children, Misses Kthol and Mary Sue, visited Mrs Ardello Johnson last week Cayce When jou have an achey, stretchy feeling and you are dull, tired and dls couragod It Is- a sign of approaching malaria or chills. You should act cjuli kly to ward off an nttack. HKIt-MINoffers you tho help you i.eed. It destroys the mnlarlal germ, drives out all Impurities and makes jou feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. Prlco Bie Sold by Illckman Drug Co. - it easy to select a suit, trousers or overcoat from the extensive line of woolens shown in our Tailoring Department. One of the nice features in buying made-to-ordgarments is the enormous choice of material at your disposal. Fall samples are now ready for your inspection. Our personal guarantee of fit and satisfaction with every garment. er Millet & Alexander CURIOUS BITS OF HISTORY A FINE STOCK EXHITIT. Dodds & DeBow Land Premiums on Fine Hogs and Cattle. At the Fulton County Fair, at button, last, Dodds & DeBow, of Hick man, landed heavily on the premium list for fine stock, In competition with some of the best In the "Blue grass State." The winners were as follows: Shorthorn and Polled Durham cows and heifers, eight premiums, or all prizes offered, amounting to $29. Berkshire Hogs, six premiums out of seven offered. Amount 6t premiums 23. Also sweepstakes for best sow $3. Shorthorn 'and Polled bulls, lour premiums $14. Best herd beef cattle, $8. Beef cows, $D. Milk and butter cows, any breed, 3 premiums, $5. Dodds & DeBow carried off the largest lot of premiums of any wlto showed stock, which Is certainly a compliment to the fine stock In this section. KING WHO SAT ON HIS THRONE 400 YEARS. By A. W. MACY. In the cathedral DEPUTY ASSESSOR. Gordon Rice Gets the or Appointment- - Now on the Job. la palo mid sickly, l ks at the nose, starts In tlio sloop and grinds tho tooth whllo cloopliig It Cordon Klce, one of tho most popm u sure sign of worms. A remedy ular young mon of the county, was t m is mill wuh n nre sorry lo barn Unit our for these parasites will bo found In 'worn In Tuesday as Deputy Assessor i blg'i r ik I ami ft frntnw I frund II I. C'urlln, who has bun UUTirs CIIMAM VBILMIKUGK. It of Fulton county under Assessor iafcmlt) fur wry lioj and ,irl In down with typhoid fecr for 'li pant not only clours out tho worms, but Cluis lleadles. (n ( .i l lluy nnoiiM ruh (o I mi months has stiffen d a nlapxt restores health and cheerfulness. 2fio Mr Klce's first assignment Is HickWin . Iioo i in lliiklii.ih (u ir and ik duiiKt roiwly III TIiih Ik M- per Istttle Sold by Illckman Drug man precinct. He started In ou tho I, u MMt for Hi H.il.ir. t awaiting ist ruml nlnpmi h to work yesterday making assessments lias oxh ricix-efor Mio year 1911. This task will reduring hi pnwnt lllmss quire about a mouth's time to com- - at Aachen, jour child may be seen a marble throne on which a ruler sat for nearly 400 years. He was the Emperor Charle-mang- e, 'I FARMERS SHOULD USE DRAGS In Order to Successfully Perform Duty Implement Should De Applied When Boll Is Wet ili 'e Its EXrrivals in... IEW FALL In order to successfully perform Its work the drag should bo Applied when the soil Is wet, but not too sticky. Hence ft large mllenge of roads will obviously require treatment about tho name time, and to work erery mllo to the best advantage a large number of drags must bo employed. It seems, then, that tho most practicable so- - Tailored Suits Cloaks and bsfst! I Swellings of the flesh caused by In- fl.iulatlon, told, fractures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheunintlsm can bo relieved by nppljlng SNOW MNIMKNT. It should (Copyright. 1911, by Joseph U. Bowleg.) be well rubbed In over the part affect FOK RENT: Good tenant house ed Its great healln and iienetratlng to rent for right man and wife. Apply power eases the pain, reduces swellMiss Virginia Prather has returned 2p to W. B. McOehee, Route 4. ing nnd restores natural conditions. from a visit with Miss Katherlne Prlco 2ro. r.0 nnd per bottle. Sold Jones at Ilopklnsvllle. Val Carpenter has returned from by Illckman Drug Co Dawson Springs. Arthur Hale has accepted a position In the office of tho Meugel 13 ox Pay your taxes now and save fur Co DASTARDLY CRIME. thcr costs. White Woman Held Captive By Negro Near Mayfield. ItAI-I.AIU1 or Charles the Great. At his death In 814 his body, clothed In Imperial robes, was placed on the throne, In a sitting position. On his head was placed a crown, In his right hand a scepter, and In his lap an open copy of the Gospels. In 1001 Emperor Otto III. had the vault opened, and It Is said the body was found in an excellent state of preservation. In 1215 Emperor Frederick II. had It removed from the vault and placed In a gold and sliver coffin, In which It Is still kept, In the treasury of the cathedral 8pllt-Lof- l Drag. Wraps Kor Ladies, Misses and Hi in the seasons most Child- - lutlon of tho difficulty would bo for n number of fanners resident alonK tho different highways to undortako this work and for ouch to devoto an hour or two with a man and team on n day nftor continuous rains, whon It percould be moBt advantageously formed on tho portions of tho roads most conveniently situated, and to a reasonable remuneration for tholr tlmo and labor. An hour's work on ono drag should accomplish tho doslrod result on n mllo nnd n half or two miles of road, t worked nt tho proper time. o 'pular fabrics and shades. Get Rid of Scrub Males. Now Is th. tlmo to enstroto all scrub males Let us got rid of the pests. Thero Is absolutely no excuso for scrub mnlcs. Sovcral neighbors can go Into partnership and purchaso good bulls, jacks, boars, rnms and other males. We must hare pure bred males to Improve the stock In tho South. Good shower this morning. New things in Fall Dress Moods, Suitings, etc. You ;e cordially invited to visit riir store whether you pur- lase or not. Hfi' WKATHEK: Showers loday; day clear and cooler. Fri- IB JtV Illckman Is now well supplied with Jewelers and opticians. The Union City steam laundry has been sold (o it IlopMiiBvlllo concern Fuqua, Helm 8r Company . II Fori Sale I QUR TIME, knowledge and experience in the printing business. some- Mayfield, Ky. Tho news of a dastardly crime reached AIa field Tuesday morning slieu flu- - prominent, clt living near Ho)dsvllle, came to the city searching for Henry Oliver, ii negro who Is accused of criminally assaulting Mrs. Bertlo McClnre, wife of Walter McClnre, who lives two miles south of Uojdsvllle In Tenues see. This heinous crime occurred either Flrduy or Saturday, tho artlciila"s having been difficult to secure on ac count of the men searching for tho negro desiring to keep tho matter quiet with a hope of having a better opportunity to apprehend him. The citizens are Inflamed to n htgh pitch and should they lay hands on Oliver the result Is easily foietold, tho ne gro would not II vo very long. The Oliver negro has been living on the AlcClure place for several years, it Is said, and while none of the men folks were nt home the negro persuaded .Mrs. McCluro, who Is of feeble mind, to go from the home with him and It Is said that he escort, ed her across a com field Into n patch of woods whore ho kept hor all day and possibly part of the night when sho was found by relatives nnd neighbors searching for her. Tito negro has escaped by this tlmo and Mrs. McCluro In her way related tho hoirlblo cHr!cnco at the hands of the black hruto. A desperato search wns at once Instituted for the missing negro and one of tho negro's friends told tho posse that ho had packed his grip mid left for Muyftohl. Having faith In this story flvo of tho seauh Ins parly left for "Mayfield only to find that they had been tho victims of a rime to throw them off the trail J It. McKinney and family, of Pnducah, spent the last of the week with Hickman relatives. H. C. Barrott, funeral director and embalm or, with St. Louis Furnishing Co. Hand Painted China... Small Plates . . . . 35c Large Plates 2.00 Salad Bowles . 1.25,2.00 Sugars and Creams .25, 2.50 1 .... Haviland China Dainty pink flower sprays and branches nnd green leaves in allover effect. Cups and Saucers, per set, Bread and Butter Plates, per Breakfast Plates, per set, Dinner Plates, per set, - 56 piece Tea Set - - 65 piece Dinner Set - " " 100 - set, - - .... - 3.00 - 1.50 2.50 3.00 17.50 25.00 32.50 Ellison Bros. When you are m need of thing in this line DON'T FORGET THIS A U FULTON COUNTY ROADS Are In Better Shape Now Than In Years. County Judge Nnylor Is certainly a believer In working the roads. By tho end of this" week ovory road In the county will have been worked tbla year, and parlies that have, been over tho county recently toll us that the roads aro In better shape for tho winter season than they over saw thcill. Il"suYs uorklnK the roads with graders, tury main road In the county Is lining dragged after every rain. ir.kc and Hen Latins are at work this wek vu'i two graders at Mab-jl- , and th y ulll finish In n few days. Keep th good work going. IW'itT'I'MITTI'MITTV ROMANCE IN HISTORY. Courtship of Lady Jane Grey and Guilford Dudley. And that fato forms ona of the saddest little love stortes In all history. Tho girl wns Lndy Jane Oroy, daughter of the duke of Suffolk. She was GOOD wonderfully well educated, but had the innocent charm and simplicity of a COTTON TOP child. She was a cousin of England's boy king, Edward VI, son of Henry MATTRESSES VIII. and Jane Soymour. Edward was n sickly lad; quite under tho Influence FOR $1.25 of his chief councetlor, tho duko of Northumberland. The duke was a wily AT THE politician, and sketched out a decidedly clear plan for his own family's ST. LOUIS FUR. CO. He bullied Edward Into (Incorporated) bequeathing tbo English crown to IUckmnu Courier and Commercial-Annua- l Lady Jane. Then he married Jano to 11.21". ikiiLifcLiiiUitJikifcklilifcik hti own son, Lord Guilford Dudley. Bradley & Parham tailor clothes as no one else in this section The young couple wero vry much In Don't buy shoes for your boy unt'1 love with each other and were unusuyou see the Thayer line. Millet & can tailor them. The swagger style, the perfect fit, the clever Trj the Thaer Shoe for boys. The ally happy In their brief married life, Alexander. beat shoe made. Millet Alexander nut their love nnd happ.neis did not designing and genuine satisfaction of Bradley & Parham clothes greatly Interest Northumberland. He 11. C. llilm qualified last Thursday Mis Kthel Nnylor tins been had other matters to think of. arc things that cannot be imitated even by the tailors whose as Trustee for Emma and llolen and d Deputy County Court Clerk. Soon after making Lady Jane his Allison S. Tylor, according to the intentions arc best. heir the boy king pined away nnd An ecfllwit selection. of the will of tho lato It. T. died. It was whls-poreA Plot for Tyler. Courier subwrlliors who fall to get that NorthOur showing of exclusive effects in new fabrics embraces the the Crown. was umberland tin Ir paper regularly will please notiDave Morgan, who expects to be fy iii. so that we may ascertain the more or less rcsponslblo for his fntal handsomest patterns ever gathered in a tingle display in Hickthe next sheriff of Fulton county, Ulnoss. At Edward's death the duko 'rouble. prepented the Courier force with a forced tho royal council to proclaim man. Come in and look around before you order that Fall nil it? 40 pound watermelon, yesterday, and Cling. !:. Kills, a woll known citi- Jnne queen of England. This was also donated n dollar for another zen of Moscow, died Inst Wednesday rank Injustice. For the two daughters year's Joy nnd contentment tho Cou- of congestion of the stnuinch. !! of Henry VIII. Mary and Elizabeth living. Tho crown belonged rier That kind of "court In " touch- was about 33 yenrs old, and is sur- were still to Mary, tbo daughter of by right es us at the right spot. When tho vived by his wife, to whom he was Catherlno of Aragon, nnd older of the girls learn about all these good quali- married about a jonr ago. Mrs. HI two half tlstors. Jane realized thl ties that David F. possesses, he will It is. ii dnuglitur of Richard Dug, and triod to refuse the unwelcome have to hike to the tall uncut, or e who was mysteriously murdered at bonor of becoming queen. On ber knees she begged to be allowed to rea benedict. I'ulton a year ago. main in private life Dut Northumberland explained away hor scruples. He persuaded her young husband that Jane was the rightful heir to tho throne; and Dudley added his arguments to the duke's. So it was that Lady Jane unwillingly consented to hor husband's plea. She tearfully left her country home and permitted her-soto be crowned queen, Oentle and obedient In all things, she thought that If Dudley wished ber to take such a step It could not be wrong. SPECIAL ELECTION BROWNSVILLE NO USE. On July 10, 1153. the girl began her To Vote on a Stock reign a reign that lasted Just ten I Hi Williams K ninvalr Law for Fulton County days She was 16 yoars old and had Ir h,. i. of no knowledgo of statecraft. Northumberland did the actual ruling. Jane H.iui M .i ..li m doing Uril' of ttii- Kui .1 and Dudley were mere figureheads It ii it h, !tl Mondft). It m ird r , While the two lovers played at royalimi a 4ieclal election W Ih-ty, the old duke and his council ran afM' Matil Kefftp mm.i tinTin. puroK. of voll'ia. fairs to suit themselves. Moantlme. N" a rotOrftta rampklfd ii ' L prPiMMit'on "f .ill stork In in Mary collected a large army and marched upon London to claim her ' oiinty brtnr. kepi up llwa (ktskllM. af AlLimui rights. Northumberland could ralw no Ulna tim uwtx. II. I. William- m-t- l was ph a petition 1h. Court sutllclent force to o ot e her He was My net' by a Urge niimlw f Ux put captured and exec ted, leaving Jane 11i 1m pnr-hmwOhk r ruturMHg th Mtwrtnl election nnd Dudloy to bear the consequences nt llmwnrllk Tli- - p of bis treason. Mary entered In triTh upfHr4r of lk prnpMiit .i II ll' II. Drnka, In tlnii,, umph and was crowned queen of Eng- claim that they Imvt) every ruon pr-q- . hilt. C -- - v land. .. I win ve lUut It will enrry. Ilow..r Jane was overjoyed at being able to i"y tleleruilHttd oppirtltfou baa CoylltlUJMWviJ C. r 7I X .V. J? ixu lay aside the crown and scepter she Itaturday night at the l.jrlc. rejoiced at tbo Idea of re- di eloped. hated. She tiring to her country borne with the young husband she adored, and set(tonldi-- r JokHfton sprnt a fen I. IlnjH- - and Mktluft' htIiimiI alioew tling down as a quiet rustic matron. Ih HleXHuui. Mondn). But Mary would not allow this. She Mill t & Alexttmlur. felt so Insecure upon her new throne Confidence Man Hay can I tell you Mrs. I tortile lluiheg want to May that she dared about a twiKouncn diamond that I want of a home means a lot and you should use care as to your and her husbandnot loavo Lady Jane lAUwt at J lea and patterns In all ynHefday to upend n few days at liberty. So the to sell cheap T girl and Dudley were arretted and cast Hllfts Wnybaek 1 guess not, tnlatur; paper. FoUia & French. selection and from whom you buy, for good furniture is Into prison. There for months they Sw our fall lint of qlnthlng. $ I ti.50 I am stone denf. values to lit sold til tin nnd Slt.&O. something you need only buy once or twice in a life time. remained. Reception Itooui Furniture Su It Is possible that Mary mercllett SiiHHnn Urns. Furnishing Co. "eells It for leaa." The lasting kind of furniture is the only kind that we allow at she afterward proved herself to be Tht s'.m Meat Uno of boya' shtxM The report Jins boeu wIl circulatmight havb spared Innoto enter our store. So, not only is there satisfaction in buy cent children's lives. these two revolt, ed thnt Union City was iwjlng xi.iO ever ahowH In Illokmnu Is tho Thny-- e Dut a Don't forKct wo have tho best I" ) Hho, Mild xlutt(VHly by Millet headed by Sir Inst ing your home furnishings from us, but there is safety as Jane's fathor, soThomas Wyatt and for cottongins Hntiinlny, while the R. Alexander. of malri'Hos. lllckroaa Furniture l J frightened her that Hickman um only paying $3.60. well. We sell good furniture for just about the same she ordered the young prisoners be- Ho far, so good. Hut the truth about headed. Her ordors were carried out Is that Union pntd S. money a lot of people pay for furniture of inferior quality with needless brutality. A kindly of- th. matterpremium load orCity flnt MM IOiilm Atwood bna ryttirned I .on In M. Nulled leaves Sunday for tliiH for n the umrkelH to buy goods for ficer, however, offered to grant Jane a frcn.i n vl.t with Mrs. Aruhttr lloogh-er- . because we know the furniture business. last interview with Dudley. Tho girl load they hnve recohud this MNtxon In HcKinoke, Vn., nnd Miss Par-rol- l. new y.oro. paying the premium $30. Out lorefused. In Clrolovilie, 0. "Since we must die," she said, "we cal glnners nwiure uh that they will MIhk Nnnnlo ftniufnrd nnd da must do nothing to weaken our cour-- pay nil that the market will stand, Tim Daughters of tlio Confederacy nge. my ami that If othors pay more, soino-oi- ulll meet titixt Tmmdny afternoon nt tor, Mlwt Nnda, of Dorona, wcr Tell The Prloe of I own Monday. INCORPOIIATFD one .... I I o'clock with Mrs. will lost) some, inonuy. V. A. lodds. gend hira a Um UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office of farewell. I should like to receive It MUr Mnttlo 11. Hulllvnn, of M from his lips, .but I could not enduro field, visited hur brolhur, T. T. Hi tho grlof of tho parting. Our enemies must not bo able to say we wero i a few days this week. afraid to die." Accordingly, the lovers did not meet If you dont know about ngaln. Dudley's bead was struck off .MIm Myrtlu I lowers left Huuda) and his lifeless, bleeding body was carus having the best shop l'aragould, Ark., aftur an extend ried past tho window of his wife's cell. vlalt to hor alstor, Mrs. J. I.. A come and see. When Jane kltscd her hand to It, through Cold weather is coming berg. you are sick you want; the bars, crying: and if you want the best "Farewell! The best part of you Is the best doctor, when already In Heaven, where I shall toon results get your stock Itenulvud f Hob Craddock 1 on judgment nnd cost In ease of V? your horse needs shoes? Join you, never more to leave you!" shod and their feet will An hour later she herself was led lis Williams vs., I tol. Craddock, t why not get the best forth to die. To those around her she grow out and keep the fith day or Sept. 1D11. V. A. Naji said: man to put them on. cold mud from making J. V. 0. O. lp "If England's welfare demands my death It is better that an Innocent perfeet. sore and tender It Costs No More son should suffer than that the state's T. .1. Mnlono him mvepted n po safety should be risked." Hon with the firm or llrndloy & l' Thus, on February 12. 1554,. this victim of the Iron gnmo of hnm, and will likely continue v.t politics laid down her protty, Innocent them until the end of tho year i life, dying on the same headsman's J. Ih one of the best dalesmen In I block as had Anno Uoluyn, and outlivstate. ing by only one short hour tho man abe loved. A schoolgirl and a moro boy, who loved her, were oncn used as pawns In the merciless game of politic. They suffered tho usual fate of pawns. I Let Bradley & Parham Make I That Fall Suit Now ap-poi- pro-Visio- Home and Contentment BRADLEY & PARHAM lf mhI fr - ' i i - i Hk j In the true sense of the word, can only with proper furnishings. So the furnishing n-l- HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. ,.,,,, ,..., LOOKOUT Aside from the feeling" of Comfort and Correctness The Best J o 1 In Town When you have a piece of work that no one else can do bring it to R. L. Gray's shop and you will find a man, L. A. WOLVERTON jf Nashville, that can lo it for you. If you are looking for borhood aro getting picture post cards from your son." "His tonchor always prodlctud that he would be heard from some of those days." Making Good. "I guess all the people In the neigh- ROBERT COLLIER the old refiablc blacksmith, come to the up- shop and you will see the best shoes and nails that have ever been kept in Hickman. to-da- te You experience when wearing Red Cross Shoes, you hnve the pleasure ofknowing they are cconomicnl, because they wear so well and so long. Tho new stoniulioat Mary fllown reeenlly purchased ror tho Ilryan I'olhunnm-FarlClrnln Co , nt Knns CHy, lias reaehiil her homo cllj llieknmn nnd Ih now In tho gra trndu. Fruit Jara at Bottom worth & Vrutii-cr's- . BRADLEY & PARHAM $Viono 138 for cleaning and preso- - line. Schmidt, tho Tailor. J. II. Murphy nrrlveil horo froi Springfield, M0 Frldny, nnd In no nssnelnlcd with .!. M. Pullen In th pbologrnpli business. Mr. Murph will probably movo his family 'u Hlckiuun In n Bhort time.