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No miti H luo poor to spend a till! allHMIlt paper thnt wire' nit lli county and fr THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE GOOD CROWDS ATTEND Local News 20, 19J& STAR OF IE BRUND GRAND OPERA CO Opening Performances of Cowg Ill's Picture Show. Evidently tlie populace of Hickman hungry for motion pictures'' as JI N. Cowglll'a now motion picture show, "Tbo Crystal," was packed and Jammed Saturday night when the now placo of amusement was thrown opjn to tho public. Two uliows were I uriven at night and on botli occasions I tttamllng room was nt n premium, although tho seating capacity is 200. KvcTyono was pleased. Tho pictures wore good nnd tho Interior arrangement of tho theatro excellent I Iiidlcatlotm arc Uiut tho Crystal: wlU bo not only popular but n financial success. Illcktunn should certainly support a good ilaco of this klwUIf other smaller towns can do so. Tho CryataJ gives a chango of' program dally, with shows eufh after noon and tugiit. w:as ." jfiBtfHHHpr naHjajaHr f-- ' HVussHaFl - Lf'V'.JM mL JWBUsBtiwhPBf jfcrfffclLIIWsMP'V- 9sbbbbbbbbbbbbM sLLsst "t PPUnBfrWL'iussllslVl KfcVlatt "sllHsV J W "V 4iiaWt r !BfB llogers left last Thursday for Louisville, going from thereto Williamsburg, Ky., where he has accepted a position with tho engineering department of tho L. & N. railroad company. Cowglll i HARRIS SELLS INTEREST. Goes Out of Hickman Lightlbus outlbus In a pororum. After visiting Hickman and looking Steam Laundry. ' carefully over the situation as regard. Boyibus klsalbus Bwootl glrlorum; Dad lb us hear I bus loudl emackorum, the recent school fight here, Prof. B. Oce Harris, one of the founders and Omnibus qulcklbus with a cluborum S. Clark, principal-elect- , decided it Ooylbus gettibus hardl spankorum, was boat to tender his resignation. owners of tho Hickman Steam Laundry, has sold his one third interest Latidlbus ncxtibus outside a doom in This he did last week. Gettibus upplbus with a llmporuin; The complexion of the school board to his partners, Dr. J. M. Hubbard Swearibus, klsaibus glrll nomorum. la somowhat changed since the olec- - and A. E. Kennedy. Mr. Harris will I tlon. What they will do In this mat open a collecting agency here noxt ter remains to be seen as no moetlng month. "KIRK." Kennedy. Tho laundry will continue under has yot been called. A regular meet Will Caldwell spent Sunday In Un- ing will take placo on tho 28th if not the management of Mr. Kennedy. They have recently engaged the serion City. a call meeting before that time. vices of S. B. Lowndes, an expert T. T. Sullivan was on tho trick list laundryman, who is now foreman of lant week. Ends Hunt for Rich Girl. the plant. It might also be added Miss Oarrlo May Ilcld Is visiting In Often the hunt for a rich wlfo ends that the new institution is doing a when the man moots a woman that good business. There la marked imtho country. uses Electric Hitters. Her strong provement In tho service sJnco the Tom Hubbard spent several days nerves tell in a bright brain and even new foreman took charge; in fact, temper. Her peach-bloocomplexion lioro last .week. and ruby lips result from her puro their work is first class In every pareyes from restful ticular. Mr. Kennedy, tho hustling blood; I'atronlzo homo Industries. Hick- sleep; her bright step from firm, free manager, telle us he. Is going after her elastic man Steam Iaundry. muscles, all telling of the health and the laundry business of this section, strength Electric Bitters give a woo Our now laundry foreman docs good man, and the freedom from indiges- and that if good work, prompt work no tearing or losing. Hick- tion, backache, headache, falnUng and and right prices have anything dizzy spells they promote. Every- to do with It, he is going to get the man Steam Laundry. where they are woman's favorite rem business. Tom Callahan, of Fulton, has sub- edy. If weak or ailing try them. 60c contracted from C. T. Bondurant a at Helm & Ellison's. part of Uie work of filling tho gap "Better be Insured than sorry." Kennedy. in tho loveo below Hickman. Deo Henry was in Martin Sunday, I I I -scr-vic- NEW LATIN VERSE. tt Number 50 oat. we don't In forclne it on anyone. f yon do not want to mill a copy, keep the subscription paid np. A notice or expiration la given bere 14 day ahead with A Blue Mark This Paper Always Stops when roar time ! be-1I- ot 7T1 r 'i 1 NEW PRINCIPAL RESIGNS. ir . hi H June Sale of Embroideries W TTsX. W iLr Good N&ws of Extra Values in Summer Goods at the Most Wanted Time . . n pm&ito''- Mine. ;Lc Brun, who will appear in grand opera at Union City tomorrow night. UUsW.v--Vi- f j .-- at .- Come and share in its splendid economies. goods but good qualities at low prices. j"AJ""flvJr Not cheap . -. - . ..., ALL SORTS "FIUU." Kennedy. "KI HE." i ". kVLT!jRBsssssssH JrvJVsssiiiiSissssB Beautiful New Flouncings You can save money on the goods most in demand right now. 42 27 inch Flouncings, regular priced at Kennedy. E. K. Wilson was hero last week dirty." from Troy. What's in a narao? "Theodoro" means "tho gift of God." Tho Hickman Steam Laundry es everything but tho baby. wash- 99nQP J9 PStf TK4s? 9iB "Bolter bo clean than Hickman Steam Laundry. 2.00, 2.25 and 2.50 values, now 1.75, 1.98 and 2.25 98c 30c MUa Lillian Caldwell, of Paducah, W. D. Taliaferro, of Covington, visited J. B. Kuqua and family first of is visiting Hickman relatives. tho week. J. A. Crozler, of Mound City, was It. Kennedy will succeed H1. in tho city a fow days this week. 0. Sacra as magistrate at Union City J. T. Stephens and wlfo, Miss Julia In August. motored to inch Nainsook and Swiss Flouncings, regularly priced at 35c, 65c, 85c and 50c, 75c, 1.00 and 1.25, now go at Jackson and Miss Turner fluo baby girl arrived at tho Union City Sunday. liomo of Walter' Leech and wlfo SatMrs. W. II. Baltzer and daughter. urday, Mr. Icoch Is section foreman Miss Thcuna, have returned from a on tho C, M. & O. visit In Carbondale, Ills. You buy your shirts and collars in baby boy of W. W. Th months-olHIekiuan havo them launderod in Brittin and wife, of this city, died Hickman. Wo r.unrantee satisfaction. Sunday. Tho littlo follow was burled Hickman SU'am Laundry. at tho City Comotory, Monday. Carman, Uio negro who killOscar It ia good Uio Tttantlc disaster, the ed Watt Graham nt rndiiroh auvoral Allon gang raid and tlw Chicago con o months ago, was given a life vention didn't happen nt tho samo after a plea of guilty of murder. time. Lots of Juno brides would havo Mrs. J. H. Mlllot returned Satur- gono gruomkss. day from a fow daya' vialt in Cairo. Cut worms hnvo been playing havoc Hho was ocompanied homo by her wiU tho young corn In tho bottoms. nephew, who will spend hla vacation, Many farmrea aro having to hero. o whole flelda. Blackbirds havo damaged hll formers. Tho Gorman Emperor hna sugestod that ovory beautiful woman in the A surveying crow has boon In tho cents a winplro bo taxed forty-flvMonday suryear. Baltimore Sun. Such a tax in city and county ainco veying a lino for tho proposed inter-urba- n Hickman would mean 4Gc for overy railway which hits been talk Ituly in town, with Uio pofislblo exceped of for some tlmo. Tho route is tion of two who aro not taking tho in Uio south part of tho city on or Courior. near tho ono that was surveyed last year. Mayflold Messonger. A d son-lencHko-wU- Swiss, Nainsook and Hamburg corset cover embroideries, regular 20c, 25c and 30c, 35c and 40c goods, now priced at Swiss Bands Single and double edge, euery pattern rich in design and perfect in workmanship. -- J SSSSBa ..MlsiwiiMJlspFtoquiBBBMMiliistnsTfc'SsiiMl ( The regular prices are 45c, 50c, 55c, we will sell them at 37c, 42c, 48c ' BBBsHCIw&0li3r'Saj9vB?! apMpjED&3xK33ciSfeBt9aj9j A lot of embroidery, slightly soiled from handling we offer the lot at 1- -3 off. Some Much Wanted Summer Dress Goods at Reduced Prices Marquisettes, in plain and fancy stripes, 50c and 60c grades at Fancy white Flaxons, in checks, stripes and figures, regular 30c - i 45c AmmmA -- FOH A- -- Meet Me at Kirklands - Swell Lunch Wo cater to a high class trado for Ladles and Genu. Best coffeo In this world or any other place. By rofuslng to grant an Injunction Com-In- y to Uio CMzon3 Kiro Insurnnco Missouri against tho regulaof tion of rates as made by tho recently ri.nfi Kentucky state insuranco iuinr.1 thren federal Judges unhold tho right of tho stnto to provide regula tion for Insuranco rates in this state and 35c grades at ----- --- 22c, 30c 1 Fancy colored Flaxons, beautiful material for summer dresses, 20c and 25c values, at 5c and 1 9c A. E. KIRKLAND Union City, Tennessee residonco FOR SALE: Nlco rooms up, C down, with largo hall. .rMio itc. lot 76x150. Good gar plenty den, outbuildings, city water, Building practically now. of shado. Located In good neighborhood. Good ap reasons for selling. If Interested, ply at Courior office No. 7. icrms If doslrod. 2 SMITH & AMBERG f HOW J. P. MORGAN STOPPED 1907 PANIC IN Coal Farla. A GENERAL at summer prices. WAY! A. A. rJL H. THOMAS TELLS OF $28,000,000 LOAN. Weather Specials! (Hot I 1 This store is now showing attractive assortments of the things you specially want during the hot season, and at prices that you can afford to pay for them. r WJ A CHANQE IN BUSINESS, Ellison and Poolo Buy Mathony & Plant' Qroerery, Matbeny & Plain's grocery store until recently known as tho Hickman Grocery Co. was sold Monday to II. Al. IClllson and No leu Poole. ITlie nev proprietors will take charge of tho business on Uio first of tho coming month. The retlrlntr firm wan composed of Jako Plant and AJno.s Atotheny, two clever gonUcnteii, who have- built up u nice busluess under tho present firm namo Their tunny friend will rwrct 'o see thorn pull up stakes in Uio mercantile business of this city. Tho now firm ought to bo a dandy both being progressive fellows and thoroughly fain I liar with every detail ot Uio grocery business. Mr. Bllison Is generally conceded to bo tho best Krocarjnnnn that over struck Hick man, and 1ms built up a splendid trade for tho Klllson's, whose More Is now known ns Klllsons Grocery. Fow men possess a ktuick equal to Harry when It comes to handling a lino of groceries, und ho has been de veloping this kunck for well, no 0110 knoWH how many year. His arbo-dat- e, Air Poole, at prtvwnt In the em ploy of Rniiih & Ambers, has nln find soma cxpcWcnce In tho grocery business. His hustling qualities nnd Rental manner will certainty make up for any lack of experience on his part Tho very combination of litis firm spells success. - 00 PER CENT FOR COLD CASH "Hetter bo insured than sorry." Kennedy. in New York was feeling the squeeze. A dramatlo story of this remarkable incident was told to tho Pujo committee by K. H. Thomas, who was president of the stock exchaneg at the time Morgan alone saved the day by ordering George W. Perkins, then one of hU partners, to release $35,000,000 to the hysterical brokers. "You recall Tery distinctly, I began Mr. Untermyer, when Mr. Thomas had taken the witness chair, facing him, "the stirring days of the panic of 1907, don't you J" "Yes, I do," snapped the eager Mr. Setmet President of New York Stock Miss Aialeo Kay left Tuesday for Exchange Sayi Noney Was Ralsad Paragould, Ark. to la Fire Minutes and Servd Quell Panic Alias Mario Hrovard has returned from St. Louis. Nsw York. In two jnlnutss J. Pier- Host American Cnllco 4V4c a yard. pont Morgan shoveled out $25,000,000 A. S. BarketU to atlll odh of the tnoit violent etorou that ver ihook the New York Stock Miss Charlotte Hubbard spent a few Exchange building from turret to founChattanooga this week. dation. This was at the beginning of th days In panic of 1807. Itev. O. W. Wilson left yesterday Until the King of Million lifted hU for Nashville to spend a few days. u mighty finger the stock exchange 1'res. Latta, of the C, M. & O. growing more frenzied ersry eeconJ. had Ixen given to the R. It., was hero on business Monday. Sharp twUte screws of contraction and the money T. A. Ledford and wife nnd J.I. C. the actual coin of the realm had been drawn into tho vaults of the money Barrett nnd wife motored to Union trust. Nearly every financial liutitu-tio- City Sunday. n Goctba Jones and Ewlng Nallllng, of Union City, spent Sunday with Hickman friends. Airs. W. Y. Halo, of Union City, Is spending several weeks with her eon, 13. O. Halo, and famUy. Mrs. Fopc Herring, of Union City, wan the guest of T. T. Swnyne and family first of tho week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Jackson, of Clinton, spent a few days this week with S. M. Nalfeh and wife. Airs. Emma Stephens left this afternoon to visit her sister. Airs. E. O. Jones, for a week or two. Mrs. Jesslo Dillon has returned after a month's visit with relatives nnd friends In Paducnh, Alomphls ami Friars Point, Miss. A young water spout swept over this section Tuesday morning about 3 o'clock. As usual, Hickman's streets . Lawns, White Goods, Hosiery Underwear, Summer Millinery Straw Hats, Fans, Parasols, Muslin Underwear, Specials For Men, Women and Children Qlasswear Specials Ready-to-We- ar and hundreds of other lines of good things that you will have to see. If you get thirsty, while in town, you will need a ) Thomas. "Do you remember the days that call money was exceptionally high!" "Yes, I remember it was high. 1 don't know for a fact, for I was not on the floor, but I was told that It was 100 per cent October 24, 1907." "Dow long before the $25,000,000 was available t" asked Mr. Untermyer. "In about five minutes," replied Mr. Thomas. "Where did the money come from; that is, what banks!" the lawyer continued. "I don't know," answered the witness, "but it popped up in several places instantly." "So, then, It rested with one man to say whether or not the panic should stop or go on, didn't itt" "I wouldn't want to say that. I am not qualified to make any such statement as that," FOLDING DRINKING CUP in your pocket or you cannot get a drink. FREMONT NEWS. Klvu CaWwcll, of Troy, was hem Sunday, Vmiit Joo Caldwell U on Uie sick list this week. Ceiil Caudle was tho guest ot a Sunday. Fremont younx Watt Cherry, U Prytomus, visited hero Saturday uUht and Suuday. Al Underwood sod wife, of Unr Woodland AUUs, spent Sunday In Fremont. Herman Ctoar and family, of Clayton, spent Saturday night with Uhas. C'lonr and family,. flll-Kov Jacksou, of Water Vnll-T- . his reguktr uppulnluuusi al Fremont Salurrday night and Sunday and Sunday ulfiht, We sell good ones for 0 cents. 1 lX Come Xxx elxxcI See TJs we ro badly wushed. J. M. Poston, a racket store man at Fulton, mado an assignment Monday. Liabilities and assets aro given as about equal $500. E. R. ELLISON d ter were called to Villa nidge, Ills., THREE MEN ELECTROCUTED, Tho nioinlxTS of Fulton Lodge No. 6aatunlay on account oX .the illness For Over an Hour Smoking Bodies S3, I. O O. V.. of Hlctaimn. will decof his sister, Airs. Ada Oliver. The Swayed Over Stret. orate tho graves of deceased brethren good lady passed away Sunday- morn KliuU'tb. N. J. Three men met a nt Uio City Cemetery Sunday aftering. Mrs. Oliver is survived by one terrible death high in the air here on a noon, beginning at 2:30, with approdo'Jwn son, David, ago 12; her mother, Airs. high Unon wire of the Public Service priate services. AH members and 8. J. Aloorc, of Pulaski, IBs; and Corporation and for aiore than an hour friends of Uio order lire requested to fivo brothers W. A. Aloore, Sherman their smoking bodies remained swaying nUend. Miss; B. It. Aloore, Osceola, Ark; J, nbove tha street until removed by N. and II. H. Aloore, Pulaski, Ills; "VI HE." Kennedy. and F. S. Moore, of Hickman and a "Better be Insured than sorry." Chinese Mutiny, Kennedy. host of other relatives in Pulaski Peking, China. The city of Talnanfu, Now pictures dally at Uio Cryatnl and Union counties. Burial has been la the province of Shantung, n In the afternoon and night. Admission Be Atty T. N. Smith and N. G. Cooke, delayed, awaiting the arrival of rela- hand of 2,000 hinnermen, o!n muti- nnd 10c. of Fulton, were hero on business first nied laat evening and continue! burnl .g, tives from Canada and Idaho. of the week. - offleer of the governmet bureau for the suppression of the liquor traffic among the Indians, was arrested here by the city police on a charge of littering the city streets with glass. Hullett had seized a large shipment of beer and was breaking the bottles one at a time on a curbstone when a policeman came along and arrested him. Municipal Judge Ilouston gave Hullett a severe lecture and discharged him. Airs. All co Ambers leaves this week for Ann Arbar, Mich., to, attend tho graduating exercises at tho Stato University of Michigan, where her eon, Win. B. Amberg, finishes In tho BREAKING GLASS ON STREET law department. V. B. will accomOfflcsr Who "Enforced Prohibition' at pany his mother home, and possibly engago In the practice of his profesTulsa Arrested. sion la thlB city. Tulsa, Okla. J. E. Uullstt, a special Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE &&5SmS8S2r TWILL DECORATE GRAVES. AM SocMy fJ Judge F. S. Moore, wife and daugh- considering tho UireatenlnK weather. V well render d iroKrnm of musical numbers, reading, etc., wn enjoyed Hefreslt-tuontby Uioso In attendance. of ern"tn and cake were served. So enjoyable was this occaaion that it nuiy call for another of llkt The Hoard of Stewards ami Ladles of the First Methodist Church entertained the members of that church. Ttmiday evening, from K to It. with a lovo feast and get social, hld In the church building The attendance was large RECORD. Horning I'lgeuns were llbenUed hero last Huinlny morning, at t 6s. by It Al. Ulur. for tho Horn-li- . K Pigeon Club, of Columbus, Ohio. The first bird arrived in Columbus at 3 31 that niternoon. a distance ot 1U'J3 4iilKs front llicktiiaii, coring the distance In lu liours and 37 mln u'.cs If tho ptoeon flw on an air line, 11 areaged 40 tiillts an hour The bvt previous record for tho same distance was 12 hours. Tin Arch City Club, also uf Columbus. w,W send a butitlt of birds here to . tn? llbvratttl next Suuday. 8eviit-en PIOEONS BREAK a Tho Crystnl Cc and 10c Jnhn-u- nature. Anion Henderson and MeKeo spent Suifday In Fulton. wore served. Games woro enjoyed by tho little folks. Thorn? present were K. T. Itiuullo and son retunt- Hugh" and Kk.li art! Prathor. King iy Mrs. Wlnelny after a lalt hi Fill-tiiiMvIs, Hugh Swayno. George Clint and .May field. Klllson, Honry and Novllle ftoimy. .Murray Johnson, Alark Nradle)', IXie Mrs. Hoss Cheshire, of Nashville, Itice, Ilalph Ilaltzer. Allison Tyler. Is vlslUng her purwnts, U. II. Wilson Storm Hurts Fruit. Hay Hiuiiby nnd Charles Millet, nnd and wife Fort Smith, Ark. Knormou damage Aliases Annlo Helm Ellison. Myra Knrts, Alnrtha Hnrrelt. .Martha Kmlly was done when the fruit belt iu the of Hackett City, this rounty, whs I)olds, Violet Naylor, Ioulse CJionte. visited by a hailstorm. For forty mire Helen Hnmby, A lino Clark, Motu-lutts halUtonss as big as hen eggs fell and Leone Clay stripping bsarily laden in avalanche, peach trees of their fruit. and looting throughout tho night. No foremen, to fir ai it known, bare been Injured. The governor ha taken refuge In the Catholic minion station. The o&use of the bannermen's mutiny was fear of dlsbandnient and non-pameat of wages. ehootlng Airs. Will Helm lenses Saturday to , Mrs. C. C Smith. Mrs. II. .V spend n few weeks In Nashville. Airs. Alice Ambers and J. W CnwRllI, attended (be Chautauqua at .Master ClmrK-- s Millet, of Cairo, U Union City yesterday. vlslUnff Mr. and Airs. J. II. Millet. Cow-Kill- Allss KllrntxHh KlUnon gave- a birthN. It. day party Tuesday afternoon from I day afterHolcombo returned a tm days' stay-i- n to C. Punch and Ice cmttn and cake Miss., nnd Memphis. - WednesGreen-vlll- Mrs. Horton Porter, of Hlllsboro, Texas, la vlsIUng U 11. WUson nnd Wife. It. II. Johnson spent Sunday nnd .Monday with his wife al Tullnhomn. n Team. Mrs. J. A. ThoiiiiHKMi attended the funeral of her uncle. J. T. McOitch eon, at Jnekson, IVnn., last Sunduy IfeQjILDRE The kiddies all like this store Here they get all those delicious, pure and satisfying drinks that delight their little hearts, We cater especially for the children we know their needs and try to make their visit to our fountain a pleasure Bring them in today they'll want to come back THEY ALL DO Remember, we give a ticket with each 5c purchase at our fountain, good for a chance on the Eastman Kodak which will be given away NEXT Deadlock on Reciprocity. Waahlgton. A deadlock between the two bouses of congress over the senate's proposal to repeal tha Canadian reciprocity law was foreshadowed when the senate, by a vote of 33 to 7, refused to recede from Its amendment to the Iron and steel tariff revision bill, OF HISTORY GENERAL PIKE'S DEATH. By A. W. MACY. CURIOUS BITS TRAQIO White Footwear Vp'to-the-Minute For the ' Lillian Ruissll Weds. Pittsburg. Lillian Kussell was married here In a hotel to Alex, P. Aloore, editor of the Pittsburg Leader. Only relatives and a few Intimate trlends of the couple attended. Pellagra-Phobia Disease. Spartanburg, S. C. Pellagra-phobia- , or fear of pellagra, is a clearly denned ilsease which has been discovered by the liiompson-Mt- t adden pellagra com million, which was sent to Spartanburg recently by the New York Hospital tor research work. a FREE KODAK SATURDAY. Otto Tosettl Slays Self. Otto Tosetti, vice president of the Tosettl Brewing Company, committed aulcldft on his mother's grave in Oakwoods cemetery. A bullet pene. trated his brain. Chicago. Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. S. L. Dodds Is spending the week Ills., and attending the Grand American Handicap. at Springfield, 10 . Cumberland No. 45 0 Mrs. J. W. DIund loft Tuesday for Unlontown, Ky whero sho will visit her son, WUllo Bland, for a few days. During the War of 1812 an expedition was organized by General Henry Dearborn for tha capture of the British forts on Lake Ontario. The first one attacked was Fort York, where Toronto now stands. The attacking column was led by Gen. Zebulon M. Pike. The outer battery had been taken by assault and the guns of the main battery silenced. While waiting for the garrison to raise the white flag General Pike seated himself on a log and began talking with a British prisoner. Instead of running up the white flag as expected, tho British commander ordered his men to retreat, and then had the powder magazine blown up. Fifty-tw- o American soldiers were killed by the explosion, and' 180 others wounded. A huge atone fell upon General Pike, breaking hit back, and he died few hours later. Thus perished one of our great explorers, the discoverer of Plke'a Peak, at the early age of thirty-four-. (Copyright, 111, by Joseph B. Bowie.) Dressers 'Sff This is the biggest White Season ever experienced, and we have made preparations for it with the smartest line ever shown in Hickman. White Button Boots, Pumps and Colonials in Ganvas and Nubank for women, misses and children. Reasonably priced. - s" -- i mmfm4if- l W! & - i II WAIT FOR ME I FIVE AGO BEEF TRUST WILL ITSELF ' FROM THK OO0UIKH FIIiKH DISSOLVE at Three Volts of SALES-ELECTRICIT- will call at your home sometime between Oscar Moscow. Nichols dropped dead GOVERNMENT WILL HOLD UP CIVIL SUIT CONTEMPLATED. Y -- July 15th and August 30th and if you have any PICTURES to enlarge or need any frames or glasses, or anything in this line, will be glad to do your work. I will guarantee the work and also the prices. I xasr- Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary Socioty convened in lllckman. A HAVE PLAN f READY AUGUST 1 Jlr. Grlfi'ln tried to drown in n pond in West Hlckinnn. him-s-il- Save your orders for me. Yours very truly, HENRY C. POYNOR R. F. D. No. 6, Box 127 HICKMAN, KY. Tit Hiiilth bos taken up n squatter's lalm oit Otiulet Creek, and will begin Tho l'oHUiumter hew notified tho tyuldlatliat tbero nro oovoml uncalled. fblilng there oh nmn as thu cre)k for Hton ut Ujo pojdofffcu, and that bunk et dry enough. llj.rfio nro not comu uftor in thirty Tho Old Miser, who Ima had bis dnyslho will plnoo them In tho bunds money buried In various places on tho oLaa .offlcw. ridgo iliis winter, will tak It up and Cricket Ilicfcit (ion a watch that ho kotfp It In dooru until I'oko Dizley Tins' fitM. traded for. otnl will carry It gets through prrospecting for fishing nruiMxl m!U Mm wherever ho noes: worm a. tHUitiMi tnkfu th cond hand off ol A swarm of bees was in this section yiiMurdny looking for u location. .raBUrtioii to such Miwlt tilings. Tho llogwullow Improvement WHilutj t Pickens baa been wanting to should have hnd a called nicotine at rsyitAo tho KxeoWur Piddling Hand. once. iVButBji yet thoru la no room lor him Prof. Bap Sprudlln is praolleing on jmUn totiio of tho member nro will- - a lecturo which he la to deliver to tho " ,lnc''to movo over. people of TlckviUo in a few night 5Io will luoturo on Uio Democratic ijHIw PUndcra hi going to gut him- - platform, and will uao Uio Wage at ' 8111 n drovo of beea, and oxjccU to ." Uio Tickville opera hotwo ns nn IllusraU u log lot of honey this summer. k j'Jio.ha already sold a consldsrablo tration. 'k , 4ot of honey, and collects In advance I'oko Kuxluy U going to raise a patch of corn this summor but he ,1-j- r It. anyUilng raid nbout does .. Ihuc IIollwnnKr bait made his will, it as not Iswant to try to foot too , going ho frVnu bos hod ibu official cal of tlio cut worms on his farm by rnlalns It JfTlclcvlJIe coroner placed on It. Tho ovor on another field. TjpVlU provide that If Mr. Hollwantwr JJJv' mnrriea after ho die alio will not liictt tho Musket Jlldgo farm, hut if Mrs. J. U. 11 rook a and lIUlo daugh-U- t, Wr nlio tnnrrir before ho pnase away ho returned Saturday from a visit vlU Kindly turn It over to her. with relatives In Greenfield, Teim. HOOWALLOW NEWS. Washington. Attorney General was advised Monday that the National Packing Company would bv lolun-tarildUaolved by the beef pa kern by county. August 1, in view of thi action, Mr. Wickersliam announced that the govern-ma- t V'llllo Coffey and jMIss Oma Johnwould hold in abeyance Hie civil son wero united In mntriao by Judge suit which it is proposed to bring against Nuylor. tlio coniiNiny to compel its disintegration. J. II. Iinngford was still selling Mr. Wlckersham was notified of tlio hoiuo-ernwstrawberries. Ho picked "beef trmt's" intention to diisolve by berries from March to July flvo James A. Fowler, msistant attor who returned to Wailnngtuii months. from Clilcjgo. I)r 8. IC Davidson brought tho flnt The packers, it Is lahl, expect to havo nutomobilo to Hickman. It was run ready a definite flan by August 1, or in by wtenru, and was anything hut a case they Ilml thcuuelves unable to agree upon a basU of diMolutlon, tliev success. will aihlse the department of justice of Ilev. Prank Jlowley was that fact by August 1. In the lattc evriit at Fulton by W. W. Meadows. Tho the proposed civil suit under the islier-ma- n law, It Is Intimated, will be filed. preacher camo botweon Meadows This move tome after several governami bin wife. mental attacks upun the "trust." The house judiciary coiuimttpe a few days Hickman citizens won Uielr suit the Cumberland Telephone Co., ago decided to invattigate the industry. viz: To keep Uio company from Wick-traUa- J. M. Ezello, of Hives, Tenn., LuUier Watson's restaurant. K. A. May field, pur-cluue- d If Plan Ii Not Acctptablo Suit Will B Filed Government Contends That Company Controli the Meat Industry. m LeMar Cravats For Flowing-En- d Mid-Summ- er of Cnycc.wns cool oil Inspector for Fulton y Summertime Four-in-Hands with silk em-magici- an ends. A window bewitches the eye broidered that 50c each ii Af 'n Af Two Colors, side by side, woven in one The latest London mode which has set New York on tiptoe 50c each Four-in-Han- d. cow-hide- d Le Marcine The weave that achieves the most lustrous and delicate of plain colors ever dyed. A silk woven ers of its type to 8 shades. outlook and outwear all oth1 50c each raWng Uiolr rates. 'anh Stoner, wanted hero for an Uio papcrwood rnu.p In tho upier bottom, mtis arrested at Dayton, Ohio. TAFT VETOES THE WOOD BILL Army Reorganization assault committed at liMd Tlio Hepubllcans of Fulton county a Convention at Illckninn to name dotagateu for Uio Ixmlsvtlle. conxMit!on. T. F. Ileadles was made chairman; Jno. A. McCluro, secretary. Should Be On Comprehensive Plan. Washington. President Taft vetoed the army appropriation bill carrying a provision to legislate Maj. lien. Wood out of of lien aa chief of sUfi. I lie presi dent roturuetl the bill to the houie with a sharp inetsjge on the propriety uf at- ELECTION OF TEACHERS. taching ipucial rgilation to an appro Election of teachers for ru&l school priation' bill will be held in each educational subChairman llay-o- f house military H. E. CURLIN, House of Quality i; the ?mimm$jrMzmm$$myz$ii W. - List FrrWay night a blind horse be longing to Lon Dyer was killed at the linmo oT Mr.. Dyer west of UjiJom City near Uio Dallas Hill. Mr. Djer, during the night, heard Uio horeo groaning and went out to see nbout it. Ho fcuml the horse down and went over to get his neighbor, Ilarry London, who camo back with Mr. Dyer, and upon examination they found that thn liorso bad been cut open through Uio bowcla and an ugly knife gash mado under Uio shoulder. N'ext morning d nolo was found fastened on tho barn with Uio following threat: ,1 hn4 killed your d d horse, by kill you next." Union City Commercial. atraira committee, one of the leading sponsors for the special features of the hill, retorted with a public statement in which he charged the president with mis stating the facts concerning the bill in his ac to uiosage, and alleged the pre! dent had vetoed it to pave the way for a eto of the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill, which provided fur abounding tho commerce court. Prcsiurnt Taft has told friends he will veto that bill llso. division Juno 29th. Virginia Luten, County Supt. WOODLAND The June MILLS. Mrs, P. K. Dradley is reported as Improving this week. She has had a severe caso of typhoid fover. Woodland Mills and Hickman have arranged a boso ball gauio for Friday. A good game is expected. Mlsa Lerllno Waring has returned to her home in Johnson City, Tenn.. after a visit with Miss Kntliryn Bur-rus. Bride will be pleased with the gifts that come from this store. Let us help you solve the problem of se- Ui.lmn AUMIAAI.U9 Ul 11.111111. A i I, ( , ft ' RIPARIAN LANDOWNERS WIN fldI'll J. S PI AD LIN O. General Contractor f HICKMAN, KV. Frank Smith, on of Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith, will arrive home Uiia week from Nashville, where he has been attondlng Vnnderbllt University. Hoy I'rovow hold tho number that draw tho ixilr of pigeons given away by Holm & Klllson last Saturday. C. O. SohVnckcr is spendliiK Uio week in Cincinnati and Eaton, Ohio. Nothing in the way of building too large or too small. Repairs and alterations given prompt attention. Estimates cheerfully furnished. We return everything but Uio Hickman Steam II. E. Curlln spent Tuesday Nashville on business. dirt in Plaone KfffiWMiflm 3XTo. 93 "" - - th Court of Claims Decide Cases Involving Levee Disputes. Washington. Decisions said to control 116 n'Jltd involving U00 plantation, worth several million dollars, in thu llood section of the Mississippi river valley bctwen New Orleans and Cairo, HI., were announced by the court uf claims, mainly In faor of tho lawnowuers, on the question of government liability for danugra accruing from levee construe-Uo- n work. For seventeen yearn the controversy has uren waged before this court, involving the legal liability of the federal government for having constructed and completed th levee system along both sides of the MIssisslpip rlter by oonllntng the flood wafers in a narrower channel and placing plantation land the Improved Uvea system and the low waUr banks of tha river, now iu tho adopted artificial channul, aud thus deatroylng these lands. bc-tn- nnnrnnrialp artlrlpa ah right prices. Elegant , Tom Marshall, or San Diego, Cil., a the gueet of friends and relatives around Woodland Mills. This Is his first visit to bis old home In twenty-fou- r years. V SILVERWARE CUT GLASS J?) NOVELTIES unexcelled in point of beauty, durability and services. "Better Kennedy. Dr. S. fow days bo insured IC. than sorry." Davidson Is spending a at home. daughter. Miss Sy-bi- SCHLENKER The Jeweler um! Optician t J. A. Cook and and nelce. Miss Oris, returned to their lionio near Pulton, Friday, arter a visit hlth his brother, W. J. Cook, and family, C. T. Bondurant Crystal wV LUMBER 1 wAmzsmm If you read an ad. and don't believe it when you read it, you profit nothwant to" tell you I can save ing. you money, Mr. Contractor, if you will let me ifigure with you on your it and see. Others next bill-- try have profited, you can do the same. be used on Prevailing Methods of Industrial Distri- cost around flno lot ns bution Scored. county. Cleveland. Prevailing methods of industrial distribution will result In a hideous war of classes in America. Young girls of today are merely carelesi children, without preparation for the contin uance of race and its welfare. The young have a legitimate curiosity as to the origin of life, and vague explanations based on the supernatural do not gratify it. Schools In domesticity should pre pare the child for work. These were declarations made by apeakers at the uational conference of oharities and correction. Among those aadreulng tha various sat ions were Louis F, Post of Chicago, Dr. Evangeline Young of Boat.n, Wm. Wirt, superintendent of schools at Gary, Iud., and Miss Btrtha E. ICennard. ORPHAN COMMITS RASH ACT FEAR A WAR OF CLASSES flno mules "PHIR." Kennedy. J, bought r.O .head of Tilmnn Burnett, of Tlptonvllle, was ,' in St. Louis last week to hero oji business Saturday. his loveo work. The mules i Mr. and Mrs. Swayne Wattter, Ben, ?250 a head, and are ns were ever seen In Fulton Walker and Ilarry Barnes went to Three States Saturday nlst. J ' i SIMMER PRICES la ScvME for Scolding Young Gift Puts u Poisoa in Milk. Ofiffla, O. Fourtesa-ytar-olnestle Meti, an orphan, confessed that she attempted to poison officers and patients at tha Orifflu hospital by putting strychnine in tho milk at the hospital. Ntarly a pint of tht poisoa was used and tho milk solution was so strong that it was deteoted before any oue drank of it. Tht little girl's act waa prompted, ahe said, by a desire for rovenge because Um superintendent had reprimanded her. Woman Aviator Is Dashed to Death, Springfield, 111. Mrs. Julia Clark, one of the three lioensed women aviators in the United States, was killed in a fall here when a wing on har bipiaae struck a tree and the machine crashed to U ground. guaranteed as low as last summer, or less, on all kinds of coal. By giving us your order now, for sumr mer delivery, you will W. A. DODDS Kills Divorced Husband. Chicago. W. A. Miller, who was shot by his divorced wife after he had crawled into her room through a kecoud-atorwludow, died protesting that he had merely sought to effect a reconciliation. Mrs. Miller asserts that the was seised and choked. y Save Money STATEMENT OF COMPARATIVE PLAYGROUNDS WILL QRAVEL STREETS. City Dads Make Contract For Big Gravel Purchase, lUckmaa fe forging ahead. Our city fathers aro deterailnd that wo shall bare better streets and nft.- muring, laveBtiaatlmr and making various comparteona, ttiey find the quickest and best way to have good "treats to to pitch In and mako them. A contract was dosed last Frldny tbo Camden Gravel Co,, for a big lot of wravol. Thoy nlso m.iil arrangements with Uio city of Martin to get their lilir lit nam r1Lni- - ti... flret shipment of gravel. 3.000 var.t will bo forUicomtbK In a tthort time In tho inmntlmo. the streets .will graded up In proper nhapo to ivclvn tho gravel Juat whero tho work will begin hna not bqen announced, u U Uie lirton-tloof tho council, however, to gravel all tho principal streets of the city. I1""!'' vmikuii mrrri, wilicn Wlpy Will U'rolmbly pavo with, brick, ... ...... t.i w iuj ... Hlu m jliKICO to our council that they nrw not rushlnr in to thU matter blindly. Thcty flgur that wtfmt we spend each year repairing onr ntniU will be nufflotont to toko caro of n bond lamio and tlint thrro vrlll not bo ono cent extra tax ... f.v ui uinu iuraa, nurciy over) citizen will bo heartily in favor of making thrso Improvements, Vacation Footwear Low Shoes .o ot-- - SliranLLLLKS? fiftBHBOwsjfcilH OTSFrSGllllllMfcVBPVmSHnHllllHI Klf 'VSlLaLaLaLrLaLlkBBLaLaflkaHflPLaflLaLaLaLaLaLaLaLaHl For All Occasions Let us help you solve your Shoe Problems. We are cerBnlt-ze- r tainly prepared to do so, and that most satisfactorily. & Dodds Low Shoes are the "last word" in style. They are made on special lasts of the finest leathers and materials, and in a wide variety of smart designs. .a ' i. n V !.BKHH.WtW.MH & - iBBEmmtSSSSBSEm .m- .,VMiWi!IliiH (BHIHIiHI "- - .... Button and Lace $5.50, $4.00 In Patent Kid and Patent Colt, Gun Metal Calf, Tan Russia Calf, White Canvas and other fabrics. 0 Pike's Peak, Colorado, Altitude, 14,109 Feet, Which Can Be Seen for Many Miles Out on the Plains. A Glimpse of Manltou at the Bate. ir p. d BBBBSP'I'HBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSSIS , St Hosiery Our showing of Hosiery is most complete and attractive. We have all leading colors in splendid quality silk, priced from 50c up. Men's Silk Half Hose at 25c. 1.0- - 1 0v Really the Only Way Out Save money on coal; buy now, A. "Young man, how do you expect to INCORPORATED marry b7 daughter If you arc In A. Farla. debt!" "Why, sir. In my opinion. It'a The Store That Leads. C. T. Ilondurant appeared befor thai oalv aauana thlnr to do. Thu tho MUaisMlppi river commission last longer I am engaged to her, the wors Thurodny ami urged the apiropria Our Night Shirts are Cool and Comfortable, cut Big and Roomy, off I will be." Ufa. tVm of $260,000 for reilrs and rats FOR SALE: Homing pigeons, guar- log of tho Iloelfoot loveo which starts TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. 2p at Hickman and terminates nnr Tip anteed mated. Jack 8arrctL Examination for teachers will bo tonvllle. Tho commlaaloncrs irom Serve I'LKZOL to your Family. Ued to ctvo the matter due consider held at the Court House at Hkkmati LAND SUIT SETTLED. Serve l'LKZOL to your Meads. atlon, and, on the whole, Mr. Ilondu On the following dates: June Virginia Luton, Co. Wheu you aro down towa drink Mm. Lillian Harris, widow of tho and Juno rant thinks tbo amount will bo allow ed, late Judge Harris, wait given a de Supt. oWun In tho suprumo court at Memphis Saturday, affirming the dcclrion of the low or courts In her suit in wJiu-- h she claimed a fourth share In Che tnrtate of the late James C Hnr ris, her hUMtKUid's father. The court hold thnOtra Harris and h r children were entitled to tlu-ishare of the estate in fee ttitnpU LsLHLsHjiW it ml that the will did not leave ' original helra the propert in. rely us a life estate, but as tin h nosoluto projMjrty. The lands involved in the litigation lie in like, Obion and Dyer cotintk I ii and comprise a total of about 32.000 acres, practically surrounding Heel Another of Hickman's old lanI no more than an eye sore, but tho foot lake. It was a dream of tho late marks Is to give way to a modem continual growth of the town brought Jamw C. Harris to build up an Imbuilding namely, the old livery Jmrn tho stable site within range of a mense landed property around tho in wflilch Stove Stahr has conducted much needed business district; with lake, which ho Intended eventually to a livery business for many years. It out of tho way, that street will drain. Indirectly, this business causTula property was sold Monday to build up and in a short time some ed the night rider troubles, and Hnr W. S. Ellison. Mr. Ellison proposes big stores will spring up in that lo- ris kept Ids homo under guard night to have the old barn torn down at cality. For CO years this old barn and day during his life time. Tho lands were willed to his four once and build a nice brick business has stood escaping fires and adding house on tho lot which Is 77x198 to the unslghtllness of one of the children. Judge Harris, who during his lifeUntil recently, this old shack was most traveled streets of tho city. time wus well known here, was named by his father as tho executor of tho will. Ho lost his life by drowning In ltcolfoot lako about two years ago. After bis death Albert E..Markham, husband of one of J. C. Harris' daugh tors was appointed administrator. Ho held, under legal advice, that Mrs. Lillian Harris and her children could not luherlt under the will. Suit was J. J. Hill says, " If you want to know filed In the chancery court of Lako county. whether you are destined to be a success The questions raised Involved tho or failure in life you can easily find out. disposition of tho cntiro estate, all The test is simple and infallible. ARE . direct heirs having died, but children YOU ABLE TO SAVE MONEY?" surviving. It has been estimated that tho valuo of the binds Is at least One may be ever so thrifty and succeed in saving, but It was brought out In the if his money is not in the keeping of a strong and safe proof taken during the litigation that tho rentals from tho 15,000 acres of bank he is in danger of losing it. cleared land bring In an annual income of about J4G.000. Let this bank be YOUR bank. 3 interest Tho court decree of Saturday will on savings and time deposits compounded. give to Mrs. Lillian Harris and her 0 h ill re o children an undivided Interest In tho entire estate. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. $1.00 is called -- the play Switzerland ground of Kuropo." Colorado Is termed "tho playground of America." The mean elevation of tho highest Alpine chnln is only from 8.000 to 9,000 feet Colorado posressea more than ISO peaks of over 13,600 feet altitude, of which no fewer than 35 peaks rang from 14.000 upward. These figures are sent out from Colorado by advocates of the See America First movement. Further Information from this samn source shows that the highest village in Europe la Avers I'latx. In Switzerland-altitude 7.600 feet The high. est Inhabited point la the Hospice of St Hernard in Switzerland 8.200 feet. In Colorado the mining town of Leadvtlle. with 13.000 Inhabitants, la 10.200 feet above aea level. Other mining camps are aUII higher, and some gold and silver camp are worked at over 13,000 feet aliltude. There are wagon roads over mountain passes In Colorado ranging from 12 000 foci upward, the highest being Mosquito pass 13.700 feet Swlixrrland has a cog railroad four avi n Uutw-quarter- JmmSuBk&Sb1BB91 MARRIAGE LICENSES. Qranted In Oblen County Sine Our Last Issue. W. K. Bushart iwd Eva Cook. SIIm Druce and Carman. aad ens-hamiles long which aseeeds Claud Hryan and I'earl Ilowltn. to an altitude of 4,072 feet The Finlcy llryant ami Oyra Myers. from Manltou to th top ef s Pike's pak la eight and Ocio Yates ami Irene HKlgwny. miles long and the ascent la 1,100 ttU Andy Vaughan and Addlo He a, reaching an altitude of 14,194) feet HatU'y Uoone arxl Maudo Crane. above sea level. Nicliolaa Muco valley and AIU4 "See America First." is the alegaa. See the west, the east, the north and Smith. 11. F. Ileckham and Mrs. Arlotto M. the souls then go to Europe If you Hardy. must. lf Station on Top ef PlkVa Peak. Ina d 21-2- 2 28-5- ' r pfeBjtf?r-'.M HJlLsLsLsM r There's a Reason Our Furniture Business continues to grow and there must be a reason. Possibly it is our low prices, good goods and prompt service. Let us show you anything in .I. (MONEY TALKS) Success or Failure? Art Sqares Matttings Linoleums Carpets Refrigerators Furniture Matting Rugs Window Shades Lace Curtains Porch Furniture Coal Oil Stoves of AH Kinds Don't fail to see our stock and get prices before buying. No' trouble to show you. All hew goods at very lowest prices. one-fourt- Hickman Bank and Trust Company Hickman, Kentucky Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $32,500.00 H. A. TVLKIt. President W. If. IIALTZKK, Vlc President HVO. KkKIVCMbler Misfl Loulso Atwood, librarian, loft Sunday for Knoxvillo, whero sbo will attend Bcliool. During her absence, I'rof. D. F. Gabby will act as librarian. Library will be open every afternoon from 2 to C, oxcopt Saturday. St. Louis Furnishing Co. INCORPORATED J NO. PYI.K, AMt.Uiuhler The coolc&t place in town tol. II. N. Cowglll, Prop. the Cry i aMMteaajarayi ft T r "" rai i5SS&r Attractive Prices on Men's Soft Shirts Men's Summer which leads to greater evil; demon lilm that tho principle of getting something for nothing' la bad "wholly bad, and if followed will lead to his moral and physical ruin; mako home such a bright, congonlal place that he will flritf more pleasure there than In tho haunts of wickedness; nioro than all else, let him have In you on exaraplo of uprightness and moral health. Bo sincere, for he can penetrate your disguises and despise you if a hypocrite. strato to Underwear Men's Odd Trousers Ml tinually prying Into other people's af-iaint ami carrying tales hotween ac quaintances and frlenda create a great deal of mischief and are best content A gentleman etopa at a friend's ed when thoy can spread scandal. It houso and finds It in confusion. He hoenw inoro natural for them to speak doos not seo anything to apologize for HI of a person than to utter words "never thinks of such matters." of praise, and their habit of gossip Everything i right- - cold .supper, cold ing becomes so fixed that they can room, crying chlldrn "perfectly talk scandals almost unconsciously. Go home, where his wife U 1b Just as cosy to say a good word has been taking care of tho children for friends and acquaintances, oven or attending the sick, and working If not wholly deserved, as it Is to her life almost out. Then he does speak ill of them, and the effect on not boo why tilings can't bo kept In the community Is always beneficial order; "thoro novcr were such cross In a general way. Scandal gathers as children before!" No apologies ac it travels by word or mouth and can cepted at home I Oh, why not look novcr bo recalled when once In at Oio sunny side at homo as well as Try speaking weil of every abroad, and try pleasant words one and see what a change it will of burly ones? Why not bo n- mako In your own happiness as (n greeablo at home? Why not use free the welfare of others. ly thnt golden coin of courtesy? circu-Intio- Meddlesome persons who aro con- fact, most animals are And when a man asks woman to share his life, it is usually taken as a gentlo hint that he wants her to mako him a home and take a sort of general oversight of his affair and a special oversight of himself. He likes to know that she does things for him Just for tho reabon that she loves him, and is interested in him and his He loves his home inoro If there Is some impress of her personality upon it. He llkos best the meal Bho prepares for ihlni. Of courao, he says very little perhaps nothing of all this, being a man. lmal. In home-lovinwoll-beln- FREE LECTURE TONIGHT. Dr. W. V. Richmond, of the State Board of Health, will give a free lecture at tho Lyric tonight The public will be enlightened on the cause effect and cure of the new disease known as hookworm, and other sub jects In the Interest of public health. Dr. Richmond 1b an entertaining speaker and an authority on tho subjects which he will discuee. In connection with his lectures ho gives stereoptlcon views which are very Interesting and prepared at a largo expense. Don't fail to give Dr. Rich mond a good houso you wilf both enjoy and profit by hearing him. H 1 ti "FIRE." Kennedy. Burndo Hughes was in Union City Tuesday, on business. Bachelors Wo sow on tho buttons. Hickman Steam Laundry. Miss Lizzie Salmon has returned. homo from a short vlsu to Arlington. Best granulated sugar 17V6 pounds for ?1. A. S. Barkett's West Hlt;k- Mrs. J. M. Garrett returned homo Tuesday after a visit with relatives at Poplar Bluff, JIo. Miss Marguerite Fuqua loft Wednesday to visit her brother dn Union City and attend the Chautauqua. LOST: Deep red cow, with horns, split ia each ear. branded "W" on hip. Got away Sunday night. Notify 3p Courier office and got rowaTd. Fulton is having a street fair and Union City has launched into a week'a Chautauqua. Fulton will have a 4th of July celebration Union City a fair And what Is Hickman having or go ing to havo in tho way of entertainment? Its a rotten shame that a lot of fellows will sit around like wo do and let folks go to other towns to spend their money and enjoy a holiday. If we want to hold rank towns, wo with other must tako the lid off and have a red letter day occasionally. No town gets better crowds than Hickman when they aro Invited to come. But of late we have tho habit of fishing for their business and never offering them anything to break tho monotony Let's eur up sometnmg. wldo-awako - R. L. Bradley You had best call and see us before buying anything in this line If you would gather up all tender memories, all tho lights and shades of tho heart, all banquetlngs and reunions, all filial, fraternal, paternal and conjugal affections and you had only Just four letters with which to spell out thnt height and depth and length and breadth and magnitude and oternlty of meaning, you would, with streaming eyes, and tromblnlg voice, and agitated hand, write it out in thoso four living capitals Man la New-- pictures dally at the Crystal. "Retter bo insured than sorry." Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. K..A. Mitchell aro visiting his parents in Owensboro. Hugh O'Donnell. of East St. Louis, Is visiting C. T. Uondurant and wife. Mrs. H. N. Cowglll and son, Henry, aro visiting her sister, Miss Mabel Truby, In Nashville. Miss LUla Johnston has returned to i her home in Ripley. Tenn., after a 'ten days' visit with W. A. Johnston alKi fajjmy. Mi naturally a homo-lovin- g an- - ; 1 old pruor eoiniuutioo, ta them to draw-- a warrant on the tat trraiury ft 179,000, alleged to be The contractor I due the eontrartori. could not ma the itat without an act of the legislature, to brought th mlt agalnit the mnibra of th old comuila-lon- . Unsurpassed 1 "VclI ulos In. - Kentucky Stale Notes, 'ynipU (tyring. Kentucky alitor (or the iittl korj an tta of Kemuik) Julm II. MKr- -' of Loulorlllr, wlto hi brvn rMgagi-work of tiptHiilditi; the nitl ta 'h ih1 the Ut sol o( JrTernn t Kentucky, aakrd th rdtor to yon L ', In a MinMln (or better .eliool. Th r tiALftr .fMTlIrd tilt heir! whim , .. ,. , . ... -W dr. Urnl that within the kdo of mpkf from Iouiville't Uetorlo tt art arhool building whwh ar aV jtfly unfit (or th occupancy of HttU tl Utn. Arming the fart brought out by Mr. it Jrrran utrri That mere than two-I- I t U of tlif by of the puldK before tlit rinl of the eighth Rr U Oat th" length of the Kentucky Joy' tier rj the I enirt a4l &. L ottrier's -.- H-ro- me - d I irefe vl-- -- MEN'S FINE CLOTHES... $12.95' For Mens all-wool 1, J ) i ui$3 d Keeping House for Comfort. Rebuild ButtT riant Ho was wIbo who wrote; "Half radticah. The factory of tha Hardy tho sting of poverty or of small Uuggy Company, which wti recently means Is gone when ono keeps houso by fire, the Ion being 130,000, according to W. for one's own comfort, and not for Kill b rebuilt at once, tho comment of one's own neighbors. T. Hardy, prwldnt of th tompany. Deny it as wo will, of ua have Patucah Races Called Oil. tho moral force to sot up a standard 1'adueah. At a meeting of the direct- of our own, based upon our own In or of tha 1'aducah lair AMoeiation th comes and our own inrtlcular home annul July 4 rao meet m declared off, environments. Wo commit the folly a th director believed they would not will b of regulating our expenses by tho InArrangement proic profitable. tartcd at unco for the (all fair, which come of como ono elso. It tho will U bald October S, 3, 4 and 6, Inclu-lv- . ilrottns across tho street bang up expensive lace curtains, wo aro disr-- Suits worth $1 5.00, $1 7.00, and some worth more. I ' i. i r lei bft-il- lie t " I 'raining than li it ! that only one boy In forty enter year of High School. ir 'iiliout wan rt lil fiTc hi t I given cloic attention, and ha audience a great fund of mfor-- r on entifernlng the public trhooU of pekiiig ha iUt. When he given hearty apphutc, and be i of the counred of tho renmk Mr. Mel'er- -' reed try pi en. Summer Farm School. Tb Xevtnue Aient Loses. Under a deeltlon of the rrank(ort Curt of Appeal the hotel, laundry, arintlng hop, waterworks and tore by Ilcrea CoTlego are exempt (row taction, aa they arc a part of the and ucd (or e.luctional purpoct. Th eae decided wa that o( tho by Fcrnell, revenuo agnt, op-ratcol-Jtg- o againit extenlon department of the Col-!- , of Agriculture at State lTnirerlty li miking arrangement for holding one-f- k agricultural ,'hooU In dille ent "t of the State during the runnier th.. K,eUli.U will b. -- cut U r .Urge to deliver lectur. "Iiutrat.-l- f h trro.ptlcon view on the following rftietHorticulture, dairying, uome-- ' i iii.'e, poultry, toil and crop, feed-leof animal and many other rlatJ i erta. ud (or back taxes on the proporty. lrea OoUVgc. 7bereenuo agent f"jl';"; g m.in,.n VU)ilnir ia reported this year to be icry fin at Ilelfoot Ult and llu.nl.v imnil. IDt imvcr of'niekm.n, and angler, of thU than 'aectlon are finding btt.r ; .- -.. Restocked by Flood. ,,,, they have had (or ye.ir. 'IWiu pro"-bly due to th fact that the M.islppl big ovcrtlow. got rl'tr dur.ng it Uke and oth.r lake, and .nto of flsh. re.tucked them with all vanetle lt' Iarrii Whisky Output. fl lUrllle. ef Kentucky will bo materially Inarmed i Kentucky Is now making tauch Te net. whUky formerly produced In I t the opinion of T. M. Oil-i- n "f, prIJent of the National Model Convict Killed. That the whltky output iu iat, I- - ne league. .11 -- f ft? In It Mtlitalr lllu-tn- made in Ter iete," (aid Praildint aore, "Is now being mnufaiturd Kentucky by Kantucky dUtlller, In Taylor, a the Frankfort ptniteiitiary, conht 11. M. Yo.in?. a wa. .hot and killed by were fired by th. gu.il. Two .hot. n th. guard, on of which took effect heart, killing him InUantly. convict' r. .. I mid i 111 th j ne guiinii " ..ilv hurt - i.,-- .. - l.l. a reuu oi ho.pltnl, a haiuiiier. "f"" ';.- v "TiUnee with the Tenneii' h dllTer materially from Kf tueky.M method, thoa To Run Poultry Train. The Qu-- n In P'iion Contractors Sue. o unkfort. Suit hai been flla.1 by tha ' R Montgomery Company, jirUon ooa-'f- J tho farmers. t m, agiUntt Harvey S. MoOutcbon, Insurance Expert. l: 'I Ilrown and Finley E. Fogg, mm- .-, railroad will over It. line. In ,,.. a poultry train '1 he train will bo deoUd exp.r t poultry, nd will Joutry-raLinwho will Uetur. to A Crewnt Ken-tuck- contented until lace curtains have gone up to our windows, no matter how much smallor our Income may 'bo than that at tho Drowns. If the Smiths put down a velvet carpet our nent and pretty Ingrain becomes nn eye scro io us. Wo aro oxtremly. mindful of what our neighbors will think about many things that should not concern them In tho least. We have no standard of our own. Our dress and even our tables must be regulated by tho standard of others. We have no. tho coumso nor the independonco to bo Indifferent to the comment of our neighbors. Tills form, of moral cowardice Is causing many families In Hickman to live beyond their Incomes. They can faco debt, easier and forfeit their than they can faco tho unfavorable comment of their friends and neighbors. Tho extent to which tills imitation of others is carried would bo ludicrous, but H did not bring so much unhnpplness In Its train. It Is frequently tho direct cause of discord and discontent and debt that havo driven hnpplnoas from the family hearthstone. Lot us havo a standard of our own, based upon our own need and lot us cheerfully nml bravely to this standard, heedless of thnt dreadful bugbear: "What will tho neighbors say?" self-respead-her- o Owing to the high water, which has affected the clothing business, I find that I have a larger stock of mens suits than I care to have at this season, and in order to move them out quickly I have made a special price of $ 2.95 on my entire line, consisting of the celebrated Schwab line in all the new 1912 styles, colors and fabrics. 1 all-wool i. Here is a winner at $12.95. For 15 days I will sell you a Schwab guaranteed blue serge suit, handsomely tailored and trimmed and perfect fitting at $12.95, you would have to pay $15 and more to others for no better. It doesn't come often when you can buy such a high grade suit at such a low price when the season has just begun. Come in and inspect the line, I have all sizes and practically an unlimited range of styles and patterns and you know the price is right. all-wool yy 1 J Remember the sale begins Saturday, June 22, so come early and get choice of patterns. ci W.ZI-- 1 ip FRESH MEATSl O. XC. MOOXIX1 I'hooa 4 --" )4)44)44444a l?'r Our "Where Shall I draw tho line?" says tho anxious parent, wlio Is solicitous for his boy's future. Glvo expert In In.uranco tho vounc man tho sympathetic com Frankfortpanionship which ho will find else- will be encourago nun .,.,.nr. Hating OominN..on for tho gov whero if not at homo; refining assorntoi elevating and to seek roninilion In "i.ig companies ciations; impress upon him tho fact ernment of the fire l..un..ee in till stnte iio mnnv amusements aro bad only .luting buMiu-in connection with their associations and tho atmosphere of temptation Tho Crystal tonight. rate-nmkin- g Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. and Selz Shoes and Oxfords, have a complete line of Walk-Ove- r Stetson and Leibovitz Hats, and most anything in the way of Underwear, Shirts, Furnishings and Work Goods, also a swell line of Trousers. Ferriage refunded P. S. I ' ii f i ' il Hi "m W i1 'iiifti Ml 4 .i J erapMJJ , to Missouri customers. Lfefc WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? THE NEED OF WOMEN MISSIONARIES By Edward A. Marshal, Dim ol Mwoouy Coune of MuuJr Gila lorntuM, Qiicaio Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, dpc. See samples. At Courier Office. by nniiKiuR it enri oi conrso piece of cloth across oao part of tho room, thus forming a retreat for tho women when men come to visit their husbands The women of the Orient aro guard. ed as though they were untrustworthy and aa though they were unworthy of human privileges, or were In capable of exercising propor management ot the family affairs. Under auch conditions as these, it can be easily soon to be impossible for the men ot the mission stations to preach tho gospel to tho quarter ot a billion women living in the Orient; It must be done by women. In the first place, tho women of these lands need the gospel for their own sake. Tho soul ot a Hindoo or Chinese woman la aa truly precious in tho sight ot God as that ot ony othor woman, for ho does not look on the outward appearance; whothor the person be black or white. or whether she bo dressed In a calico sari or a sealskin cloak, whether ahe oats rlco with her fingers off a banana leaf or dainty delicacies from ware. Another reason why tho womon of tho Orient must be reached Is they support and maintain tho religious systems et the countries in which thoy live. It must be readily rcen that the hundreds ot millions ot women In Asia mut perish without tho gospel it the womon ot Christian landa do not respond to the call of Christ and carry hit message into their homes. The response which these women give to the missionary lady who aaka for admission to their homes U a guarantee for untold usefulness for any Christian woman who can find it in hor heart to take tbvm the words of ltfo. In tho lands women aro often so anxious to hear tho messago concerning the "new way" that they will listen with Intense eagornesa for a longer period than the missionary la able to speak. With such an open door of blessing offered to the women ot America who have como to know Christ can there bo any trado or profession which would prevent ono from entering the loor with the truo message ot cut-glas- s bo-cau-se n LUMBER! We have taken charge of the Lumber Business purchased fromT. W. Reynolds, and are now in position to take care of your wants for everything in If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. TKXT And the angel eniwrred and aid unto the women, so quickly and tell hi disciple that Ho t rUan from tli dead. Matt. M.5-7- . Building Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated A. VWAA M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Practical Fashions COMBINATION laBinfcvjf SUIT. nnd Notary Public The condition of heathen women In foreign lands today domands that tho In this Ilea a sig nificant fact that It was In his pur- poso to have womankind ever telling the Oospel to tho women of the race. Ono of the reawhy sons the Christian women of tho world shall be foremost In Material AT THE LOWEST PRICES We have a car load of CEDAR POSTS Kf Sec us when you need anything. ephones. Both Tel- Will practice in all Courts of the State. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY their evangellin-Ho- n. Office over Rice's Shoe Store ; The Purpose of an I Advertisement to servo your needs. fi n i lit & Is it! I 111 I people you want to reach. An advertisement in this paper is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth supplying. 696 It will help sell your goods talk to the Business Directory -- ASK 6T. PAUL'S The woman who appreciates nice ua derwear will enjoy making them herself. Here la Illustrated one of the seasons newest combination suits of corset cover and drawers, and win he FOR RATES- found very satisfactory It ehould he made of nainsook, long oloth dr cross bar muJlln and elaborated with trimEPISCOPAL CHURCH ming In any way personal fancy dic- The pattern (36C) 4s cut In sizes 31 Medium Every Sunday 11 m. and 8:00 p. m. to 46 Inches bust measure. site requires 1V4 yards of 30 Inch maHoly Communion Every 1t Sunday. Services: tates. c terial. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- To procure to "Patuni Write name cure to give HO. patxr. Dprtmnt.'' cUJfilr, and be j5 addM of this tWi pattern tend 19 ootrta ilia and naraW ol pattara. Office U LaCKtde Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. 369fl. stjs.. ......... lfAU&.M OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELO 1VW ilb.. AJTD KO.. Dentist Davidson' old aUaA. Phone No. Hickman, Ky. STREET 8TATB.. Christ mado a woman the first messenger of his resurrection and evangelization of the women of the world must be done by women who have acepted Christ la because they can bo reached by womon only, it Is a common saying that men do not understand women. 'Evidences of this have been presented In the thousands of divorce cases nnd oft repeated family troubles which are commonly reported In these days. If this be true In civilized countries, where the grace of God modifies tho harshness of human life, how much more must it be truo among the heathen, who have no spiritual or moral standards such aa we have, and no divine power to assist thorn in living righteous lrvea. There are no women in foreign lands who will open their heart to men. Using very shy and suspicious, they aro often reluctant to do this even to the missionary women who visit them. In fact, auch a network of suspicious fears has been woven around the lives of women In lands that they shrink from every foreigner who would pry into the secrets of their inner life. It would be enUrely improper for a man to visit the home of any Btlve woman in any land, ev-eehould she be a member of the church. So rigid are the custom that often in ease of Illness, the male doctor U not permitted to see the fomale paUenL A missionary doctor in China was once asked to visit a Chlneso home to prescribe for a sick wife. When he insisted on seeing the patient, the bus-baremonstrated. However, when he found that no relief could be given without examination, such as the feeling of the pulse, he hastened to her room, Ued a twined string around her wrist and passed the end out of tho window to the doctor, telling him to take hold of it and see if ahe had fever. There are thousands of women in Asia who would rather die than let a man see their faces. Over most of the territory from Japan through Korea, China, Slam, Burnish, India and on to Palestine and Turkey, women are shut apart in places called the "woman's apart, meat." In poor Indian homes, this secluded portion of the housfe la made n n nd HALE LUMBER CO. The Hickman Courier and Memphis Commercial Appeal Both a whole year for -- . HICKMAN MARBLE TOM DILLON, WORKS 15 Sr..Prop. dciuml) lUinmarfn. KMTAIIMHIIKII HuMr toMl, (I Marble and Granite bbbLsbbbbbbbbbbbLJbbbbbbBibB Monuments CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky THE BEST PROOF. Given by a Hickman Citizen. Doau'a Kidney Pills were used thoy brought benoflt Tho story was told to Hickman ret' ldents. Time has atrenf thened the evidence. Haa proven the rtnult lasting. Tho testimony U home testimony The proof convincing. It can bo investigated by Hickman Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, It. 41. IHl.K.lt residents Mrs. IL Graves, Hickman, Ky., says Doan' Kidney I'll! whcneer a cold or any other cause ilsrrders my iioutya and they always cure mo. You are at liberty to ugo my statement as heretofore." The above wan tho substance of Mrs, Graves covnortatlon when sh was interviewed on January 20, 1912. Her endorsement ot Doan's Klduoy Pllla was in substance aa follows: " had intonso lameness and weakness in my bock, was tired all the time and had depressing headachos. Heading about Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a uupply from Helm & Ellison' Drug Store and their uu rid mo of my trouble. Duan's Kidney Pills aro more effective than any other kidney medlclno I ever took." For sale by all dealers. Price CO Fosicr-MUbur- a cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and lake no other. "I still use KENTUCKY J.J.U. IIO.NDUHANT 1UUKUTOIW II. T. DAVIfl flKO, ll.TIIHKI.KKIil) Hr.J.M. HUItllAltll T.A.t.KDrOUl) IIKNKY HANOKK HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Funeral Director a and Erebalmers. Phone 20 day or night. Hlckniaa. Ky. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. dairy la The only Fnltoa County. ST. LOUI8 FURNISHING CO. Undertakers Hearae and driver furnished on short notice A rich Parisian lady recently had a memorable ad venture. On tearing the theater one afternoon she hailed a taxlcab. Instead of driving her to her home at the address she gave him, the chaoffeur drove to the Cola do Boulogne, and ontered the wood, where the taxi was surrounded by five men, who hustled the lady out of the cr.b and, possessing themselves of her furs, outer clothing, and Jewelry, were driven off In the taxi by the chauffeur, who was evldontly In league with the robbers. Trie lady was left thinly clad and shivering with told In the wood. She reacbod her home some hours later, and now Ilea dangerously 111 with an attack of put- roo'nary congestion. Bold French Robbers. HOW GIRLS MAY AVOID PERIODIC PAINS The Experience of Two Girls Here Related For The Benefit of Others. Rochester, N. Y. " I have a daughter 13 years old who has always been very healthy until recently when she complained of dizziness and cramps every month, so bad that I would have to keep her homo from school iind put her to bed to get relief. "After giving her only two bottles of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound she Is now enjoying the best of health. I cannot praise your Compound too highly. I want every good mother to read what your medicine has done for my child. "-Richard N. Dunham, 311 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. Stoutavillo, Ohio. "I suffered from headaches, backache nnd was very irreg ular. A friend ad vised mo to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Mrs. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS J J. O. ItONllUltANT. I'reildeni II. P llAMAQK. Ami (Mlilr J A TIIOMI'riOK. Cwhl (r CHANGE- - Rough Lumber For Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road Aro Lights In Paris. miles east of Hickman, Electric arc lighting In Paris costs 2 if you are in need of anything more than twlco as muob as lighting gas arcs, according by to figures given In a recent Issue of in this line, see -2 high-pressur- Sachet In Shoes. Many girls like to have even their sheet scented with their favorite nnd tho way to do It Is to sew a satchel Into tho lining and Into the leather of the shoes. Even the tonguo-lacc- d shoes may be silt and a little of the sachet powder sprinkled In. Un dorneath the buckles there may bo room for a sachet, and the wide silk ribbons sometimes will conceal a little one. per-futri- o, First Mall Coach In 1784. A theater owner was responsible for tho first mall coach in 1784. John Palmer, Bath, England, saw that It took four days to get hla actors from London. He went to tho government authorities and persuaded Uiem to start a number of coaches to carry the malls, and that these coaches should be built for speed and drawn by tho fastest anlraalB In England. In a little while a revolution was worked. Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful list of Injuries on the Fourth of July staggers humanity. Set over against it, however, is the wonderful healing by Bucklen'a Arnica Salve, of thousands, who Buffered from burns, cuts, bruises, explosions or bullet wounds. Its tho quick healer ot bolls, ulcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. 2Co at Helm & Ellison's e Dr. J. M. HUBBARD Journal do 1'EcIairnge au Oat. Move On Nowl Jdoitnow! Ltf -twrtli Leant CUa says a policeman to a street crowd, and whacks heads If It don't. "Move on now," says the big harsh mineral pills to bowel congestion and suffer, lng follows. Dn King's Now Life Pills don't buU aze tho bowels. They gently persuade them to right action, and health follows. 2Cc at Tlelm & causon's. Subscribe for the Cewfer. Peaekea, rrrtber, and before I had taken tho whole of "two bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen years old, but I have bet tcr health than for two or W K V J I cannot three years. express my thanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetab'o Compound has done forme. I hod taken other medicines but did not find relief. "Miss Cora B. Fobnaugh, Stoutsville, Ohio, R.F.D., No. 1. Hundreds of such letters from mothers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has accomplished for their daughters have been received by the Lydia E. Finkbam Medicine Corapany,Lynn,Ma, Vogotablo Corn-poun- d, mm We are installing machinery for the purpose of changing all of our electrical system to the alternating current. The "direct current," which has existed in the business district for the operation of electric fans, will be abolished. All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices hours motors, etc., can be operated twenty-fou- r per day. Parties owning (direct current fans will do well to list them for sale, as they will not operate on the new current. All current will be measured by meter. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager million Try our Holnze baked beans with FOR BALH AT ONCB-O- ne tomato sauce good any Inline. Only extra fine cypres salagle. C. M. 10c a oan. BetUraworth ft PraUer'a. Yates eUscfe Of. i I Z i IJEST GROCERIES I Phone 4 C. H. Moore X