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The Conner has a A 15LUE MARK man that your iub orlptlon bai expired Itonew promptly If run want the papertoeoras to tou alter tbU month HEBE advertising Is the Team thatPulls tne Commerce VOLUME OLDUST PAPER IN Spantin' Good Team. Grease the Hxles of Your Wagon, Old Man, and Let's MchUp ftl NO. .IN KENTDOKT WC8TEBN HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, A 1911. ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1HBU Small Matter Here, Nows-Ilanner, Ready by May 1st, Pros. Lalta, of the C . 51. & O Robin Brand OF t It Ed'lor Hrlco, of tho Canned Goods the very finest quality of goods that are packed. A little higher in price, but you'll forget that when you eat them. Try n can, and if not as represented we'll refund your money. Merc's some of the kinds: Is Country Gentleman Corn Extra Sifted Pens Fine Tomatoes, Hominy Fine String Beans White Heath Peaches Lemon Cling Peaches Pears, Apricots White Cherries Ellison Bros. ('lurry lied" pitched 8 inuluga for i amnion's nwn at Meridian, Mum, POINTED PARAGRAPHS. one ilny UiU week, ami won the game Ixjud attire naturally speaks for It10 lo 7 "Cherry" Is making good self. with Canllllou, although tin has had a hurt liuiu bearing Uiu many Jokes Boms men are atmont as contrary We will deliver you fancy Whlpor-wil- l aiul tricks Uial tlio regulars put off at todo women. peas In any quantity from five on now nvrults. "Cherry" will no Tho proT tlmo to do a thing Is bushels up at $2.60 per bushel f. o. iloubt bo used In tlio gumo with Memwhou It should bo dono. Co b. Hickman Haguewood-O'Danle- l phis next Thursday. Rutherford, Tenn. 2tc Soma men sre ss easily rattled ss Heforo buying your spring suit, uvo others are hard to shake). thm 20 value In brown, ton and lu Eton watered stocks have been Gayce News. blue serge at Sulltrau Ilros. Their known to take a drop too much. price Is 113X0. Money talks and tho cbap who has Ned Atteberry. Is on tho sick y It Is usually a man of fow words. Johnson waa in Hickman WedRidge, Ono kind of a hypocrite It a man nesday. who protends to be busy when he Uu't. Ardoll Johnson and wlfo wore lu lllnford Henry, of ltlokman, was Clinton Monday. Nothing ventured nothing gained tho guest of Mia Mary Holt Sunday. but you may bo able to keep what Misses HeHslo Johnson and Jessie JIiu Patterson and family wore tbo you havo. Wall woro In Moscow Saturday. r.uests of till daughter, Mrs. Griffey, There seems to bo no place Uk Walter Oliver and Tom Atteberry Miindny afternoon. home for most of tho charity that went to Hickman Saturday night. there. Wesley Coopor and wlfo, of MaMisses Ethel and Lillian Edmlstoii bel, were tlio Kuests of her parents, A man never hires a brass band to and Cnsslo llousley woro shopping lu li ro Saturday night And Sunday. herald his coming out at the little end Illckmnn Tuesday. of the born. s Miss Ida Holt and MIbs Mabul Miss Mary Alice' Johnson returned were llio guests of Mrs. Illrtle And the man who tells tiresome Wednesday ufter n week's visit to Pollock Saturday night and Sunday. storlos usually manages to finish Mrs. Ixm Nnylor, In Illckmnn. IJrt'iit Vaughn and wlfo wero tlio them In splto of Interruptions. Mm. Illrclilo Pe.wltt hns boon at guestrt of her father and mothor, J. How about tho eternal fltnoss of II Jeffrie and wlfo, Saturday night things when a young man sows wild llui liomi, nf her imrenln for tho nast week attending tlio bedside oi tier and Sunday. oats and roups a grass widow? fnther, who has been ill of pneumonMIssca May and Molllo Stowo, of ia. Mabol, and Itubo Coffee, of Hickman, Ira (Jreoii left Friday night for wiro guests of Miss Kloruncu Jef fur-le-a Deo Held has accepted n position Jackson, Ala., to accept a position Sunday aftornoon. with tho Jackson Vcneur Company, with Sullivan Ilros. of that city. SCHMIDT tbo TAILOH. L. O. Fulchor, an nttorneyof May-fielwaa hero Tuesday on business. list-Gu- week to upend a dny In nllvetown. lu hLs Friday Issue ho tells of his Mbit hero, but It Is evident Hint ho that they were getting along nicely had a green guide or deliberately look' with the construction work on the wl through tho wrong end of tlio now road, and that they hoped to havo trains running Into Hickman by May lHt Just a month hence. In or Among other things ho Buys: "Wo ere shown tho 00 ucros that our der to tnko care of tho Mongol Uox Co., which has a miniature railroad follow citizen, IxixJo S. Parka had system of tliolr own standing In tho bought, a tmct Just south of the platHickman yards waiting to bo carried Snlur-Jny- , ted tract. Mr. Parks told us to tho timber section over UiIm lino, when wo wore tolling him iibont .Mr. Latta Is rushing tho work. iiavlng anon "his land TJiat Is no The opening of tho new railroad longer mine, 1 sold It Into yesterday will be an event very worthy of some On being naked how nfternoon." kind of celebration, and wo Bhould much htt nindu out of tbo deal, ho ro- plled "I'm ashamed to say. Wo made make a demonstration that will show thnt wo appreciate the road and 28.300 out of Vin and had tho land with Pros. Latta and his staff Iww than 24 bourn. " So all tho nmart Mr. Uitla has worked hard to conr llov Hvo ut Hlukiunti. Tho don't summate this undertaking; it has it'w town I between tho old town required energy, patience and and tho Memphis &. fluff railroad." hut ho has succeeded udmlr-ahly- . He Is with u heart and soul Tho Courier doeHii't see any rui-sofor llro. llrlro exorcising himself lu the up building of Hickman, and in ovor tho fact that Luxlo I'arks made a good man to havo on tho "firing n fow thousand lu a business trans lino." Let's show our appreciation. action In Hlokmun Its n commoii-placaffair with us, and doesn't, ex cite our folks. And for tho same reason Mr. I'arks should not lot his Garrigan. conscience hurt him nor blush to state tho facts. Its tlio fad huro-- p iii fact ovurywhoro, except Just orJ. A. Hargettt of Oblou, Is visitdinary towns. If there Is any Idlo ing Clias. Uoaoh this week. rnpllul In Union City, tho owners might profit by Mr. Parks' example. (io. dray and wife spent Sunday And you have learned yourself that with A. L. and It. 11. Hallow. Mils Is u city of golden opportunities?. Will Jordan spent Saturday idgbt Come back again, friend, and we'll at tho homo of Chns. Wheeler's. give you another shock from tho Hvo wlro. Misses Dula and MatUo Gray visited Mrs. Allco Whipple Thursday. tele-ecopu o at I'nlon City, enmo over ono day last J" II., and his associate, Mr. Hlce, were In this city yesterday on business Mr. I.atta told u Courier reporter r Bring: Your Friends to Hear the New Victor Records for April They'll thank you for bringing them and so will we. We want everyone to know the delightful Victor music and we consider it a pleasure to play it for you. Here are some of the newest Victor selections : 5833 Nightingale, by "That Girl" Quartette. Put' Your Arms Around Me, Honey, is another good one by "That Girl" Quar- ! tette. Travel, Travel, Little Star, Montgomery & Stone, the greatest of entertainers. S Quartette. x TflQft Old Dog Tray Haydn Murray. Hear Dem Bel8B;Uy Old Black Joe Trombone Quartette, cago Glee Club. Amoreuse Waltz Guido Gialdini. 168421 Wish I Had A Pal Like You Collins & Chi-168- 70033 38 161840 Harlan. The Old Ark and Brethren, Jubilee Quartette. Rise-Fi- ske Chas. Itarksdalo and wife wero tho guests of John Hay Saturday night. Mrs. MatUo Ferguson has returned Ellison Bros. Chicken Bones for Children. Monday morning marketers learned through a sign In tho delicatessen stoM window that tho proprietor had cholct , chicken bones for sale. "For soup? some one asked. "No: babies," ho said. "It Is not easy to find a nutritious bono for the babj to gnaw. What he wants Is a drum-sticof a young, Juicy fowl. It must bo fresh and free from tang. Even tin fexnlly that prides Itself on setting a good taHo may buy a chlcien whost drumstick Is too old for the child, '.Evorr Saturdar I rook wholesome eel ery-feroasters. Their bones, when stripped, make excellent tooth sharpen, era for the babies, and any mothor of a fretful brood con have them for next ta nothing." . I k d from a visit to relatives in Nashville. Mrs. Hettlo Walker spent Saturday night nt tho homo of Chas. Wheeler. Tlio current for fans will bo calcu lated by tho season. If the first part of April is cool and you dont care to subscribe for fans or motors, it will bo the first of May for your servlco to begfii; or if you begin In tho month of April you will be required to pay Just as if you had begun tho first. II Ickmau Ic.o & Coal Co. March the month to build. GeU your plans ready and let us deliver" the lumber to your lot. Everything needed In a building from the brick! In the foundation to the nail that holds the shingles on. New plumbing and tinning shop added to thai business. W. A. Dodds. John Douglas, who has been reported sick for some time, Is no bettor. her mother, Mrs. Joo Mrs. Hollo Oray was tho guest of Ifcboll ono day las week. Tho llttlo sou of Mr. and Mrs. Cox who has been very low with pneumon ia, Is soma better. Sadlo Glen, tho youngest child of Mr and Mrs. Charllo label!, died on Sunday morning, of rheumatism. Sasafras be-gi- Ieo Miles was hero from Clinton, boon on Uio sick Tuesday. Ay-er- '.1st d, The Everything You Want OPEN Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW Our Doctors. "The late Count Tolstoi loathed phyi jslclons," said, at a dinner In Washing Miss Homer Green was lu Union .ton, a HuBslan diplomat. City Tuesday. "You remomber how Tolstoi ridicule In 'War and Peacor Well, Georgo Gregory was horo from SL physicians I heard him ridicule three of them tq Louis, Tuesday. their faces over a vegetarian dinner at Yasnaya Polynna. M. E. Shaw went to Mississippi, ' " 'Physicians.' he said, bitterly, loob Sunday for a fow day's visit. lng up from a plate of lentils, 'raay.bi dtvldcd Into two classes the radicals, thoho King Edward, and WilSeo who kill you, and the conservative son Ilros. Shirts nt Leibovltz. who let you die.'" It. 11. Islcr returned to I'umtacoln, Fin., Monday, after a visit hero with Soo tho now lino of mens neckhis paronts. wear. Every style to bo thought of from Now York tho very latest Jamie Cheek, of Fulton, was hero II E. Curlln. Monday tho guest of Miss Charlotte Hubbard. this week. Miss Dottlo Davidson went to Memphis Monday, to visit her fnther, Dr S. K. Davidson. MrB. F. M. Case and son will loavo Saturday for Paducah to visit her mother, Mrs. Clark. Frank Smith has Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. Jit Courier Office. See samples. V The House of quality. M Grocery Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, fresh and tender. Full line of the celebrated Curtis Bros. Canned Goods, guaranteed to please. Fresh Vegetables of all kinds. Full line of Heinz's, 57 varieties. FOft SAIJ3: Full stock Ithodo Island lied Egga at 75c per setting of 17. Nannlo Self, FIID 1, Hickman. Tho Industrial Leogno has purchased u Hulck runabout to use in. showing tliolr customers tho now addition Christian Church sorvicea Sunday: Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. ... BlllfJV.-.U. ....... l?l.n. ,1... ,1 II..I. .U UCIIilUll fin 111., m.l.t.w.. II U. Kingdom of Heaven Is," and at 7:30 p. m., subject "Obedlenco by Faith." A cordial Invitation extended to all. Thero is n movement on foot for sonio bloodhounds for tho running down of criminals. This would prove a good thing ns It would not only trace criminals but Uiu knowledge that there wero bloodhounds hero would serve to keep dowu crime. h'tttleton'. M Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. We do Copying and Enlarging, make Medallions and Crayons. View and Flash Light Pictures any time or place. Open Evenings. ifl ' 1 Come and See. tlio city to buy 1 H I I II. K. Ourllu MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 Next to Price Hotel. H J. Madison Pollen here am there ,!? v:.vfr:.-.'ii- S '?.iiZ''?.--ii- i H. E. CURLIN for large and small size PANT I I BnninmmniHtwBiTii aaaW I I H Shall we oil tho streets? (? i $, Buy Your Easter s rniL Moving Pictures Saturday night. Good show at Lyric all next week. Suit NOW and have he Curlee Line Miss Hazel Johnson Is visiting in l'aducah. lf I" 1 MuMUHBgl IIIIIMMIIIIUM Cato Davis, of Woodland, was hero Tuesday. Tho Walt Sisters at tho Lyric all next week. We must celebrato the Fourth with two big dnys. The school building at Farmlngton burned Monday. Atty Jas. Honey was In Fulton on business Tuesday. The Price Houso baa just been treated to a now coat of paint. Rob Goalder wont to Clarksdalo, Miss, Tuesday night on business. it made as you want it, have in stock from 29 waist and length to 50 waist and 33 length. Any size Aou can want. H B Quality the Motto 11. I I .J Y from your choice of magnificent line of fashionabie E. CURLIN Mrs. It. T. Tylor and Miss Hutu Ellison went to Louisville Tuesday. G. N Helm Is making some Improvements on his residence property. v Our Suits Fit and have style not to be pared with other suits being sold. Men's woolens. com- THE HICKMAN COURIER "Covtti Wtsttrn Ke niacin Ukt the Prw" ciPEER &. SEXTON. PUBLISHERS iubacrlptlon Rates, $1.00 per year FREE! A BEAUTIFUL Hev Slboroll returned Saturday from a short visit In Caie (llrndeau. Mo. MILLET & ALEXANDER Head-to-Foot Outfitter. Every sort of Tollot Ilrush for the man or woman. Hickman Drug Co. d In The Service. SUGAR SHELL B - In a rural district In Virginia here was a man of great Influence hrift, energy and sterling qualities generally. Somewhat late in life its friends were greatly delighted when be finally turned some of his attention and energy to "higher , hlngs and joined the Baptls church. i They at once made him a deacon and all went well for a time. Finally i great association was hilled for that hurch and every brother was expict k'd to do his part, such as taking 'are of visitors from a dlstanco ;tc. Of course this brother had his full share. When going out one morning to board the surrles, bug gies, etc., to start to church., dres sed in their good clothes, the good wife reminded the deacon they had forgotten to feed the calf. (They had an orphan calf In a two- falat pen In the back yard) The wife told the deacon the plan of milk could be found on tho back porch, and to be careful as tho pan was full. He got the pan, wen carefully to the pen and the calf being hungry and impatient put his mouth .hurriedly into the pan gave a snort and blew milk all over the deacon's Absolutely Free, No Strings to Sunday clothes. This being more this offer, we even pay than he could stand well, he clenched his teeth, reached between the slats, the postage. gathered the orphan by the ears and exclaimed: If I was not In the service of the Lord Jesus Christ I You cannot buy this for less than SI John Neely, a citizen of Ricevllle, would Jab your d n soso through at your retail stores. It is made of died Tuesday morning about 5.30 o'tho bottom of this pan." heavy plate silver. Entire spoon is clock at his homo after a lingering six inches long, handle is four inches, Illness of consumption. He was 26 Governor Reed. It looks good and carved and embossed. This beauti- years of age and was unmarried. it sounds good. A man well quali- ful sooon is given free to every subSurveyors are now at work on tho fied to fill the position, straight and scriber to the Hickman Courier and oxtonHlon square, one who la not a professional of tho C. M. & O. R. It. politician. A candidate without blot American Farmer. Price which is to bo built from Hickman to or blemish, one who has not been They loft hero Tuesday l'aducah. aligned with any faction. Is not he surveying towards Paducah, a party of three. the kind we need at the head of the Democratic ticket to lead it to sue Fiscal Court meets next week In cess in November! this city. Not many citizen of the This offer remains cood for onlv county will forget to got their hands FmaIi mma In the county's pocket even If somo Toilet Requisites la carefully com- a "m'ted time so send in your of them don't get any actual cash pounded from well tried recipes. for a year. subscription now. Hicunan Drug Co. Wratho Cavltt, a negro porter on Address all orders to tho I. C. train known as "whiskey Courier, Hickman, Ky. Celebrato tho Fourth. Dick," running between Fulton and Paducah, was shot and killed Saturday night at Paducah. Thore Is no cluo as to his slayer. Wm v raj ' I'ncle" Jack Everett, Miss Dottle Davidson attended the ono of the wedding at Dyorsburg oldest citizens of the community near Tuesday evening. Itcx-Springs Church, died Moitdny afternoon about C o'clock, after a Driver's cotton gin caught flro FriInday, but it was put out before any short Illness superinduced by the firmities of old age He wn near DO serious damngo had been done. Kara of age and had lived In the Arthur Kolly, ago 20, and Miss L- community of Hock Springs most all atvia Johnson, age 18, were married of his life. Surviving Mr. Kverett, by ltev. O. W. Wilson, March 23. are a large family of grown children his wife preceding him to the grave A horse fell on Chris Icct, Tuesby a few years. day, and as a result he was badly hurt and will bo laid up a short From a business point of view. It time. Is very likely that the mill nt Mod-cowhich burned Tuesday night, Four Huick cars wore shipped Into at that pkte Hickman this week for tho Fulton will not be . It Automobile Co., and driven through Should this surmise prove corn-elwould ho worth our while to try to Tuesday. Induce Mr. Uurnott to put In a mill All old customers will be run on at Hickman. He Is a fine fellow, u the same current as has existed here- good miller, and would make a splentofore for this season's fan service. did citizen. Hiokmnn needs a mill, Hickman Ice & Cool Co. and when, oh when, will Uie fatf ever bring another such opportunity? Tho harem skirt leaves at le.vit ono liberty to the men that has not Charlie Nichols, Ernest Nichols been taken from thorn the privilege nnd George Thompson, all maroon, of striking a match In thoir own way. were fined JG6 each In Judge Nay-lor'- s court .Monday on charge of Paul White, ago 21, and Miss FanSid HamUy picked them up nie Smith, ago 22, both of Hickman botweon hero and Cayco, nnd found were married at tho Methodist parsonage, Saturday, by nev. a. W. Wil- 13 gallons of bad whiskey In their buggy. Hereafter the boys will not son. start with the unlucky number of galWord reached Hickman Sunday tha lons. Gonova Atwood, colored, a daughter It Is reported that a rural fre de of Pomp Atwood, shot and killed anlivery route Is to bo ostahlltthed on other dusky damsel at Tlptonvllle, Saturday night. lt loot-leggln- the opposite side of tho river lug the in the Donna borhood be made up nt the lllikiinui office M B Williams lo F M The tittnbllhmiit of such a route would be a great thing for the peo- Wind. Iota Fulton, lC0t F. M. Uaher to Y. M Ma ple of that aecllon. The runlw will Iota Fulton, 100. niu down to UayoiiviHa. Mo. F. M. McFarland to Mary The Fulton County Fiscal court will Fnrland, lot Fulton, love and moet In regular session writ Tues- lion. day. Holler gat your account rwady Y. 8. Moore to K !' Wruji In West Hickman. IIS7;ao W. A. Iodd to O. II Mi West Hlokman. 1C20.79. Progressive Citizens. Nuti. Folk lo C. (1. Sctilri.k Henry Addition. $7. J 1). Wrnther lo W I' l( X) acre land, oxchange of lai. everyone these days, seeks In fact to save time and the telephone Is imo. the greatest tltnesaver that has ever been Invented. It Is Instantancoua Deputy Sheriff Hob (loalder You can aond and receive your inea-sagfrom Ctarksdnlo. MUs, this at tho amo time. It brlojca dis- lug. where he was called to M tant cltlea and towns within your a negro there and reach almost Instantly. It connect . It In this county you locally with everyone of promi- wrong man. however. nence. If you have not a telephone Heynolda-Moa- a of the Cumberland Telephone & Tele& Co., who rn. graph Company, call our manager Im purchased the lumber yards and t a mediately for rates and Information of the Hickman lumber & 11a If you use tho Hell service you are Mill Co., announce that they h In the center of the entire Hell ays Increased their stocks by e tern, connecting with over five mil- thousand dollars, and are now lion telepbonea and every linporatn! pared lo furnish lumber and iu City and town In the United States Inl for building any kind of a sit Cumberland Telephone & Tttcgrapl uru on short nollco and at rea. ad nblo price. Company, Incorporated. . -- T n lgh The mall for the route will Real Estate Deals, nrrld Only 17 Days to Easter $1.40 1 ft...... Tho one day that all American womanhood looks forward lo with keen anticipation is now near at hand. With Its nrado of the latest aeamii able styles Its display of new spring outfits nnd Its exhibit of fiutlilonnble millinery It U the day of daya for the woman who desires to dress fashionably nnd well at nil limns. hii Have You Ordered YOUR OUTFIT April ICtb, will bo hero beforo you know It. Don't bo disappointed. Order now to bo sure of having your new Spring garment ready for this groat day. Tlino is going fast nnd If you do not order your Eastor outfit soon. Our Spring Line... ...of Low Shoes The most beautiful and exclusive styles in s Footwear are embraced in our extraordinary showing this high-clas- Tho Walt Sisters, premier juvcnllo singers nnd dancers, presenting a breezy lot of specialties, will play at tho Lyric all next wook. Also 2 reels of moving pictures nt each per formance and Illustrated song. Visit Our Tailoring .Jas. S. Day. who made such n VIII. Ins at tho Hickman Gun Club tournament last year, was in town Monday. He says all tho boys aro coming back to Hickman again this season to tako part in our shoot. Will niasongamo, residing 12 miles below town on tho Wilson farm, lost his house and household goods by flro Tuesday afternoon. It caught from n saw mill cnglno near tho house. Ho carried no Insurance. Read our red letter subsrlptlon offer In another part of this issuo. Wo offer our naner ono vnnr. hn Fanner and Stockman ono year nnd six ovcrulooming roses postpaid for only 11.25. This offer will bo withdrawn May 1st. Order today beforo you forget It. Tell your neighbors tho offer. Department. In addition let us show you the complete lino of 72 newest Spring styles and 278 guaranteed fabrics of the American Ladles Tailoring Com. puny, of Chicago, whose exclusive rep resenttttivo wo are. Wo will take your order and monsuro for any stylo or priced garment you select at prices you cannot duplicate anywhere elo. Fit U a cormlnty satisfaction assured. Each garment Is to fit your Individual measure. man-tall-oru- d "Hr f aW All leathers, lasts and styles are included, and the variety is complete and satisfying. We offer many novelty effects also, and you may select the most superb selection of handsome Footwear ever gathered together Jor you. ' ! I Smith & Amberg- - SMITH & AMBERG 1 - W5IF'- - Rexall Remedies KING OF ALL as the name would imply, with a national reputation. Still Smoking. "In the other life," Bald the new life, faddist, "we simply develop what have been our tastes In this." "Humph!" ejaculated a llstenar, "tbat's hard on the smokers." STERILE GROUND. f Distinctive Millinery ssssjsnafnBsssssssasij JfL " &3j 1 Never before was there seen in the history of this store such a magnificent assemblage of unusually beautiful Hats as are now in our Millinery Department. Here you will find all the latest Gage, Fisk, Gold Medal and King Bee Hats, as well as the creations of our own wookroom. We are the headquarters for millinery, as a visit to the different stores will show. Select your hat before the Easter rush. i i 1 t lX4f, Hickman Drug INCOIM'OKATBD Co. y " fck. neggy Cnwn't Imagine what's the matter with Harold. There seems to be something preying on bis mind. Mb Quick Oh! whatever It Is, let It aloue. It will probably die of starvation 111 - - ' Do you Smith & Amberg Ji want six beautiful, roses free of churgo to go lu your frout yurd? If you do, reiul our advertisement in another part of tills Issuo. One ot those roses Is tho famous black rose, tbo newest thing In rose creation. All six will bo given absolutely freo to liny one who will pay $1.20 for one full year's subscription to our paper and one full year's subscription to St. Tho Farmer and Stockinau, IouIb, Mo. The rosea are one yeur stock, from four to six Inches In length and aro warranted to bo In perfect growing condition when they reach You. Tho florist sends tbeiu to you to advertise bis bulbs, plants and shrubs. For this reason ho makes It u point to see that they are perfect In overy way. Ho wants them to pleuso you so well that you will want to order other flow-ur- s from him. Full Instructions on how to plant and caro for them aro sent with each package of rose bushes. Head our advertisement on another page und send In your order TODAY now before you forget It. Wo may bavo to withdraw this offer any time, because thousands of farmers uro ordering overy day from this florist and tbo supply may become exhausted any time. g d; iUf 'I Thete Frosty Mornings. C'MrpeJ Rice-Caruthe- rs. No Excuse I'd vrry llkrly "Early rUlnif don't suit me! Intlrail ot enlclilnc Hie worn, I'm Ilia ip.irruw In tlia Irro: ik ctch (old. rTTTVVVTTTTTVVTTTVWVVTWr a cold I" Moscow Mill Burns. The Mobcow Holler Mills, owned by W. S. Uurnctt, and located at Moscow, Ky., caught tiro Tuesday evening about 7:30 and was totally destroyed. Tho structure was three stories high, frame, and the high wind fanned tho flames furiously. Just how the fire started may never bo known although It is thought It started from a hot bearing, as the mill bad been Flames running ull day Tuesday. were first discovered creeping through the roof and the fire evidently started lu Uie third story. No effort was made to stop the blaze as It was beyond control when first seen. Tho entire population of the little town turned out and help save about DO barrels of flour. In tb,e elevator was quite a lot ot wheat, besides bran meal, etc., all of which burned. Mr. Uurnett, wo understand, carried $4,S00 Insurance, and tbo loss easily amounts to $10,000. Although tho j building was erected 30 years ago, it J was la good shape and the mill en joyed a splendid reputation for tho quality of its products. Just before this mill was built, another burned on tho same site. It was owned by Scott & Worth. Tbo fire lit up the country many miles around and was plainly vlsiblo at Hickman. Mr. Burnett is one of tho finest fellows wo over met, and certainly has tho sympathy of bis many friends hero In bis misfortune. Tho loss ot tao mill will also be felt by tho town of Moscow, as It was their big-gebusiness concern. nt from Ills Fulton County Capitol rcsldvnt of the Caruthora, ! raplca Hank and 0110 of Hickman's tiding business ineu, took hla frluud r surprise Tuweday uvculng, when Don't aund your job printing out of oj united lu marriage with lllce, of Woodland Mills. town at least glvo your bomo Ira M a cliuucu to flguro on It. Wo ilacu ul 1111 TI10 wedding took Mrs. can furnish on abort notice ,1.' liomo of U10 lirldo'a alstwr, .obi Kcathley, lu Dyorsburg, Tunu, Commercial printing of all kinds. id waa & quiet affair, llov. KenUi-Foiulgn and Dom vatic Calendars. perforuu-tbo curumony. Advertising fana and novelties, Kugravcd cards and wedding luvlVi rJn btldo Is 0110 of Touiutssse's charming matrons, u lady of lions. noiti Lithographed school diplomas. lovable disposition and a Lithographed stock certificates, etc She U u aiJi- - circle of friends. Tarty Invitations. . no of .Mr. 8. K. Davidson, of Uiht Lltho. bank supplies. Customers checks with detacbablu Mr Carutbunt la loo well known j ucwl any eulogy from Uiu Cuur--r ololh covers. Catalogues. llu in, however. Identified with Cotton and grain tlcketa. u uumbur of busliitwa concerns here Wank book work. und a mighty good fellow. Ho In Hat, Shirt and Millinery Hags, u auccoasful and truted busliums Sale and Stock Dills. ,uun, mid U held In high usteotu by MurrUgu Certificates. tirjouu. coujilu went from Dyoraburg Iho u New Orlcaiui to lKind a fow dnyN. Luck. Wo aro uuublo to leuru further. -- Well, I'm convinced that It's sn 111 annular nt tliU time, bui oxlutid wind that blows good to nobody." ar beat h Ultra to Mr. and Mm, "What has caused you to arrlvs at They will doublltwa make your present opinion?" ai ir homo among us. "You know the UlIltngcrsT" "You mean Horaoo Illlllnger, who recently got ao badly squoeiod In Smith & Aiuborg, 0110 of Uio wont stock market!" troogrcaahu flruu lu tbu statu, bare the "Yes. You too, wo lived next door 1.1 ado Improvements on to tba Illlllnger 'for a number ol extensive Since they have tost their ibelr store. Tliu show window havo years. been repainted and put lu handhoma money and then compelled to glv shapo Hugo plato glass show coses up their automobiles and discharge servants and In other large enough at moat for u green most of their on as Uttie as posl get along keep- ways louse, tiuvo been installed for ble, my wife has found that we can ing tb clr slock of clotblng lu apple-Mlive on nvuch less than It formerly order being dust, niolb and wrin- cost us." kle proof. Onu can ulna) a count 011 this store and lu Block bolug right To Lift Thslr Eyes. ip to tbo mlnuto. "Hut why do jou servo so much wo whispered Soda fountains, butcber shops, flab wine at your dlnncorT" to the host who Is having a house Docks and largo uacra of Ico will bu warming. i corded tbu same turma aa laat sea- -- Well." he explains, "I spent a lot on, but amall users and all roakluuc-i'-n of money getting the celling of this will bo required to pay In cash or dining room frescoed, and I was golug oupons. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. to be euro thnt the guests bail overy opportunity to look up at IL" Cointreau goes In ostra session on in xt Tuesday to consider I'roa. Taft'a Deputy Sheriff Tom Underwood, nt nclproclty bill. TbU will cont tbo Cayco, was the moans of landing 3 taxpayers anotber million. bootleggers and 100 pints of whiskey Judge II. T. Davla and M. II. Shaw tliU week. Tom la tho right man lu tbo right place aro In Fulton today. A O instl-tutlou y 1 u For It Omen Quickly True. S.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hostess Mr. Squibs Is going to reCircuit Court. cite a comic song. Quest I knew something would Hank of Joneboro, Ark., vs W. C happen. I upset tho salt at the dinner Morris. Suit on noto. table. Stray Stories. ScuddorG-ulGrocer Co. vfl. Moso Harkett. Suit on account. Heraldry. Mattlo Konip jt al vs. I.ovlo Inig-for- d Mrs. De Btyle Wo came ovwr with ot al. Suit to recover G ncreu William the Conqueror. land. Mrs. Posltlvo 80 did a lot of other tramps. Deaths. in! The Utual Wsy. "What Is that reformed crlmlrvU doing nowr "His benefactors. I fear." lu prescriptions wo glvo tho high olinrgo tbo lowoal pt8 Hickman Drug Co. Ilufo Tnrklngton, ago 34, March 10. pneumonia. J. A. McClaln, March 24, murdered. Charllo McClaln, March" 24, pneu monia. Births. To M. h. Ma'yos and wife, March 12, ri tv est quality and slblo price. n boy. To J. V. Itopur and wife, Mar 14, I.owIh Cmlg, a negro who ha been a girl. To Raymond Lynch and wife, (col) In tho county Jail for Bomo time, wna brought out and tried yesterday March 18, a boy. To Tall Crow and wife, March 25, on charge of bootlegging. Judgoay a boy. lor fined hi m 00. To (loo. Iluck and wife, March 2D, a boy. Figured Up. "Who Is that homely glrir asked Colnchasor. In tbo caso of the Commonwealth "That's Miss Uyress, who has Just by II. L. Anderson, revenue agent for fallen heir to two millions," answered the stato at large, against the L. & N. Miss Newsglve. iT.llroad. on appeal from the Jefferson "Hum I As I was about to say, she circuit court, the court of appeals afhss n good figure" firmed the Judgment of the lower court. Anderson sued to havo assessed certain property owned by the railroad and alleged to have been omitted from tho tax lists of 190S. The railroad claimed that the property had not been assessed or omitted by the state board Thn of valuations and assessments. appellate court says that It Is up to tho stato board to act In tho matter Good show at Lyric all next week. po- Willlo Caldwell has accepted a sition in the postofflco. II. K. Curlln has Just painted and otherwise mado improvements on bis "Man's Shop." Ilexall "93" Hair Tonic makes au elegant hair dressing. COc and $1. Hickman Drug Co. buby of Chas. Is Tbo boll, Just over tbo Obion county Hue, died Saturday night. coupon books and save teu pi r cent on your Ico account. Hick-innIco & Coal Co. Uuy Young Men at H. Your hat has arrived E. Curiln's, tho second order of spring hats are here, and Curlln Is making a showing of hats that are Just now coming CAPS In style In the larger cities. the swellest line you ever Tho high winds of the past tow Tho members ot tho Masonic Iodgo days havo been tbo causn ot sinking nt this place started work on oxUu-slv- o a number of small boats on tbo river Improvements on their ball this front. inornln. They will spend from $500 Dont forget that wo have to sell to $700 on fixing up tholr quarters which In- goods and to sell goods we have to over OowttM's Drug Store, cludes repairing tho ball and putting uiako prices to suit you. Hlckuiau Furniture Co. In a lot of new furnishings. John S. Shepherd, ono of the oldest citizens of Fulton, died Monday night nt the homo ot II. A. Louis Eulen, after an Illness of tho Infirmities of old age, lasting some tlmo. H Fi Mr. Shepherd was born In Shelby county, Ky., Feb. 10, 1823, nnd camo to tills county In 184G. Ho was 88 years of nge. L4 m heard of. Please call and see them. Yours truly, H. E. Curlin K$&WA$&!ZM. WEATHER: day. W-- 4 KNEEL AND Ptyysieiatys- - Fair today and Fri- Sheriff Johnson was lu Fulton yes terdny. The THAYER SHOE FOR BOYS Our Spring Low Shoes are here with all the style and snap you could wish for In Leathers to suit all tastes Incizes to suit all feet And prices to suit all purses V'i Jf Ui li;,1 t find OUR Prescription Department of great assistance to them. Mrs. Loralno Uallcy, of Louisville, Is visiting K. B. Millet thlB week. Experience has taught them the dependable quality of our Drugs and Chemicals, and the accuracy and reliability of our service. Dr. C. W. Curlln and Nick wero In Union City first ot tho week. W. J. Thomas was called to Padu- cab yostorday on account of tho ser ious Illness ot a rolatlve. Wo try to have each artlclo odver Used oven better than tho advertisement says It Is. Hickman Drug Co. Give us a call and let us !8 V, Convince You. QP Vi Bring all Your Prescriptions to us Hickman Drug Co. INCOIIPOIUTED 'Improvements aro going on from ono end to tho othor in Hickman U1I1 spring. Mighty good sign; Jkoep tho good work up. Our cltv dads should touch up tho concrete walk business again this spring. Several property owners aro waiting for tho "cuo." Tho young ladles of tho town will give a dunce this evening, nt which they will tako It upon themselves to do all tho "courtlns." MILLET ?$ BOSTONIAN Ml K ALEXANDER The Store for Good Shoes li? u ir'.JJHL-USETE- I s 't"t-1'-t'1-t- - 'yy-T-r-'-r- 1 -- r- Li (oarier's rf-tJo- (ircle J 1 CURLEE $2.50 A cheerful word or stulle will fill jour fireside with pleasantness, rekindle the fires of lore In your wife's bosom and brighten tho hopes and r.aplrations of your children. Cheer- PANTS Better Cloths Better Linings Better Trimmings Better Workmanship Better Designing Better Styles Better everything that enters into making of a pair of pants. fulness Is better than doctor's medicine, and a cheerful home Is an earthly heaven. Let the sunshlno Into tho gloomy rooms, have a couch to He on, a plan to play on; in fact, a home to live in; and wherein a sense of hospitality and eood cheer exudes from the very table and chairs, Instead, of a mausoleum of gloomy elegance, wherein ever thing is for show and nothing to ba used. and in the slipper' paths of youth. Htt i,,iJ',imm"jhiiipjJi rt"t"t,,t"t"r'r'!" Ah! thoso of tenderness those pious precepts softened by a "mother's lovo" too much unheeded then, and per 'ek disregarded llvo now, brightened In CtaU In AUvai.co. memory and constitute our sweetest HI Ir l'""F"l '111 11 H t recollections. Her prayers for us in Good mixed hay. VOIX BALE; childhood her sparkling crystal tears 4Uf made an impression on our young Paul Shaw, Stato Line. minds as durable as time and oven FOR SALE: Folding Harrows, all now thoy bid us walk in tho paths sizes. Hickman Hnrdwaro Co. of rectitude . Courier Want Column m NOT ONE MAN IN FIFTY IS NORMAL 1 in 1 Just about every man that we ever make clothes for hat to have Utile touches of the tailor' art here and there on hit garments, lo make him look JUST RIGHT. By fitting him snugly nt one point and building him up at another, we can improve a man's appearance wonderfully. That there Is a God all nature de- FOR SALE: 25 TONS ALFALFA HAY. SEE W. S. ELLISON. The gleeful life of happy children is the Lest home music and the graceful figures of childhood are the best statuary. We are all kings and queens In the cradle. A home without a child. It is like a lantern without a candle; a pardon and no flowers; a A womnn who Is capable of filling vino and no grapes; a brook and no weary slept, and tho fearful fled her homo in every sense of the word water gurgling and gushing in its could summon onergy to linger around Is worthy of moro true npplause than th spot, to mingle tho tears of pit' If she possessed many accomplishchannel. Who ments. We are often vory much Imlih tho blood of suffrolng? lrtit a womnn, when man turned cow- pressed by the woman who Is doing a Home should be Just ono blaze of ard, and his trust grew faint, could (treat and grand work for humanity, sunshine. But it can not bo while stand until tho last by the dying Sa- but tho one who retains our respect iome member of tho family circle Is viour, and thou go to trim tho lamp hi the true wife nml mother, who presnapping and nml selfish. of her devotion at tho door of the sides over her home and children Do people ever go moro deliberately M'twlchrw. with a heart and head, demonstrating and Insanely at work to make themItindness and ability, which puts the selves miserable that they do when blush on the public llfo. Let the parthey deliberately cloud the lights of Kind words bring memories that ents, tho father oh well as the moththe only place on earth where they echo through the years long aftor the er, Improxs upon thoir young daughhave any reason to expect anything lls that uttered them have crumbled ters, whether they are In tho country to dust. Chlldron carry the memory school house or college, like perfect quiet and happiness? that the true of words of appreciation with thorn woman's sphere is in tho home, and through childhood and often recall Cultivate a cheerful disposition. Do them In old age wbon onveloped In tho groat business nnd educational not wrap up all your Interest, all the shadows of life. Thoy nro like worlds that havo thrown wide open your thoughts and ambition in self. the perfume of tho violet that lifts the doors for woman does not detract one Iota from tho importance of Iter H. E. Curlin ntures in n lnnguago too plain to bo misapprehended. It Is written over the face of tho wholo creation. You see It In the tonder blade Just starting from the earth in tho early spring and In the sturdy oak that has withstood tho blasts of four score win tors. The purling rlverlet meandering through downy meadows and vcrd ant glens and Niagara's tromenduous torrent leaping over its awful chasm unite In telling u of a Cod. Show those beautiful arched heavens to your children and explain to them these poets while their young minds are so tender and easily Impressed, FOIt SALE: Good hay, timothy and clover mixed. C. C. Uondurant. 6tf FOIt KENT NJco dence In East Hickman. Jessie Outton. These things cannot be had unless your clothing is MADE TO MEASURE. WE sort of pride ourselves on this particular branch of tailoring and are wailing to extend this advantage to YOU. Talk the clothing question over rith us someday. You will find it decidedly worth while, resi Seo Miss tfc FOK SALE: Two registered Ked Polled Hull Calves, 8 months old. S. tf P. Henry. K 4. Hickman, Ky. WANTED: Painting of all kinds. Reference G. 30 yearn exH)rlence. L. Collins or S. A. Choato. Phone AprSO 32-M. N. Collins Eggs from standard bred Ulack Langshans, Duff Hooka and White Wyandottcs, nlso n few choice cockerels. It pays to get tho best. Mrs. Aunlo McDaulel, Hick 30 man, Ky. FOK SALE: G0 WILL I1UY lot No. 7 lu Henry Addition, It taken this month. Tali section is building up raster thau any other part of Hickman, and lot 7 I on the street containing tho largest number of homes. Inquire at thli office. Si Schmidt, The Tailor Notice. As wo havo been in tho photo.' business lu Hickman aluiont 20 o are colnc to show our apn tluti and at the samu time r.. our L'Uth annlvumnry by kIH' patrons the odvautHEo ot tho f Inc low rlcM for u short time CABINET PHOTOS, a doz POST CARDS, a dor MANTILLAS, a dox fault-findin- g The first bill of lading received by a Hickman firm from the Chicago, Memphis fc. Gulf IL It. Co., was Tuesday by Malinger Threl-k- . Id of the Hickman llottllng Works. The bill reads "7Vfc oases empty ho-d-a ikp bottles, weight 176. elat IS, from PIdlllpy, Tonn., W. 11. KiAlhley. ed Seek to please those with whom you associate, and above all strive to lighten tho burdens and bourse of the ones at homo who call you husband father, or brother. Whatever be your disappointment, or how heavy the cross you bear, do not go over tho threshold of your home with a sullen, cheerless countenance. Its head abovo tho spring snows and whispers to them of sunshine. Money cannot buy. intellect cannot create so rare a gem as true kindness, it is a heart product and needs the tenderest of culture. It is killed by Indifference and enfeebled by neglect. sphere. We feol animated to struggle more manfully In great battles of life when Mrs. Mattle Harper, of Woodland, Who but women when Judas be- we romomber our mother's holy coun- visited Msr. W. J. Hnrpor and Mrs. trayed, and Peter denied, and the sel to us In childhood's early dawn. J. It. Drown latter part of last week. Friday evenlnc Mr. W. 11. llulu. r are getting ready for tho big enUrtalnd a few friends Informally ai building boom that is going to take bildit. An excellent k'o course was Mrs. Julia Iark, at Chas. Meyers place lu Hickman this spring by in- served. The Kuosts were: Mrs (' place, is an experienced dressmaker, creasing our stock of lumber and U Walker. Mrs. A. K. Kennedy. Mrs formorly forelady of Morgan Verhlne building material Lot us figure with J. M. Hubbard. Mrs. K. 1). lrallir Co., Union City, and would appreciate you. Reynolds-Mo& Co. Mrs. II. P. Heuiley, Mrs. J. T. Htf ph 2p first class work. n ami Miss Mnrlo llrorard. I will havo a lot of extra copies of Wo Agent" The games played by the spill tenuis of the Minneapolis Club with Memphis and Vlcksburs Is not an wldciico of their streiiKth us the posi tions occupttd by the player wr not lu accord with the regular ached ule during a regular association series fleldore and pltchors played on JjiImmi and eat chum played lu the out field, also th try outs were kIvuii (ha mlvantufio of making a show, the regulars belivK relvguttHl to minor posi tions. Hut It will not be thus on the Cth of April when Mlnneaixill crosses bats with Memphis, for says the rvuUr will occupy their Mxpcctlvo position and tbut he will play to win. This will be n Kauio In which feature I'luylnR. vim and glncer will predominate nnd we prtdlct fur our "homo team," Mlntir-pollstho verdict of approval tli.it will bo merited by their xonlous -- f forts to please tho public. Can-tlWo- n , : 1 $1 ( ThaukliiK ono and all for pa' vors and soliciting a contlnuau. same, wo are respectfully Id DAl.KS I'HOTOUHAIMI OAI.I.I I Over ldford &, Handle's. t I Silver of Quality i HI i MrlronriMiravi (xllrtn. tint JwUinrHl la ir- - tuttntBwl IK UBl toloir. ', iniwi nnrvc I M nnrrnr It 1 w f the Commercial Appeal next Sunday rontnlnlng Hickman's booster writs up IjoI mo have your order for extra papers. Saad Salama. MO" IMPROVIDENT MAPPIAQES. lonorn-iookin- H ntAlLW Im IN ' -- 2- Business Politics we enjoy the same reputation as George Washington enjoyed in his private and public life. We ''Never ' At -1 ' ''Jli H.'':'(T''.:; ' ' H '' .' "fi- - ft,".. :.. '' ':X &?ri '$' VviATJ?v' "ra'jSa f V'-w v 'vIbf Vl " ' &'?r'' "J Lie" to any customer ; we don't have to, because we build only "Honest " clothes and do busiuess only on "Honest principles. Tell a siiccimon or tramp stopped a tncrohant In busy street and twRRtvl him to buy plain rliiK which he held ouL "I am starvliiK. sir. and It's my aire's wedding ring." walled tho tramp as he burst into tears, , The merchant looked at the tramp a second, and then broke out furiously: "You lylnu rancnl! I bought your 'wife's wedding rln from you only last 'week to save you from starving. You ,are an Impostor!" "Me an Impostor!" cried the tramp !in tones of Indication. "Not nt all, sir. Tbls ring belongs to my seconJ wife. I wa.i married again last a I IBM It lh name (lampnt u Kn ( i lh batk ol quUlfIvl Dltt.tuii iituTC xs nrf- ttUtf RIIU 4il uf m lfl tluil Wt.lt t" WMUllltt.lr'ifthixr( l olfrinl la lb tatmf "iiletr Thlt ria.lletlr.l(ti. KoU by Irkillac ilfjlfr errifunrir lulo(tr hul forhulu all dcalflji. -l.; srv .rr- - y M,mmu., - KvMMrlMlb I.MMCMII r. 1 MOST SURPRISINQ. ('l)do Vtck, who has been in fer tho past four years, In that time has been around world once or twice and totn wavy Nearly evory foreign port, arrived t a 1 i 0wiMi- "'- - ? ':MuM We make suits that satisfy "in testimony whereof" we point to the most critical dressers in town as our loyal patrons. I We guarantee the highest grade of workmanship that brains and money can produce, and we can give you the exclusive clothes of the hour worn by men of the hour, $ You are sincerely invited to inspect our " all wool " showing of " up to the minute " imported and domestic fabrics, of which there are more than 400 now on display. Illokinnn last week nnd will r hero. Make them think you have a br new house. Paint It thli spring a make It look like new. W. A. DodJ handles the best paint In town. Master Jamea 1'nither. little Dr. and Mrs. II. K. I'rnthor, Is valesclng after a severe attack pneumonia. Mrs. Arthur Shaw and children State IJne, vliilted hor mother. M J. IL llrown. Hnturdav. MUs Ilettle Ioutso Curlin spent a urday nnd Sunday with her grand pj Harold (who had finally summed up ents In Union City. courago to propose) I'vo got something to say to you, that aw may suprlio you, I thlnkr- Mlss Hartlcss You doT That certainly does surprise met '". milm'ft&M j. Will wgm mm Mm MANY Our portfolio of the latest fashions that will be worn by the good dressers will also interest you. Be a man of the hour and let us "Suit" you. in War Baltzer & Dodds D. O.Co. First in Peace First in the hearts of his countrymen Washington-Fi- rst f right now for of July celebration lu Hickman this year, if wo nre going to celebrate, we hIioiiM gut biiHy NOW. Our now railroad will bo complete and wo should get u good crowd hero from tho southwest people who havo nuvor visited Hickman. Is about n big Fourth Col. G. C. Mongol, president of tho Mengel IJox Co., and T. 8. Hamilton Sentlmont PEOPLE arc paying too much for their drug store goods. If you ate trading elsewhere you would realize this after one visit to our store. We do not pose as a cheap store however, but having everything priced at a fair figure. Try us some time and know for yourself. First with the Goods First with the Style First in the minds of well dressed men mechanical engineer, of IuIhvIII.. were hero visiting this plant Tuesday, enrouto from itnyvlllo, La., to iouiavuio. Any timo thoro la nn empty houso belonging to M. II. Bhaw, apply at Herendes Hook Store for terms. Miss Ituth Tally and Miss Cunningham, of Union City, havo boon visiting Mrs. Tom Reynolds. Ho sure nnd seo tho baby cans and collars, etc., at tho bazaar, Wednesday, April 12th. ? Ir BALTZER & DODDS DRY GOODS CO. -- INCOnrOftATED HELM & ELLISON -f- L- J.O.Stubbs ii(M DullJtn. or Krard'a Store paone No. 31 DENTIST THE HieKMRN COURIER. Pulls tne Commercial Wagon up the Hill of Slccbss. Tho Courier has a to too after thli month HEBE mam that your aub crlptlon hat 'expired Itenew promptly irycu want the paper to come A BLUE MARX -- c ' F UvBtUBing la the Team that NO. -- Spankin' Gqod Team. Grease the Rxles at Your Ulagan, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up NO. 3(UN ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR WHOLE VOLUME ftl OLDEST PAFEB IN WEBTEHN IN IENTU0ZT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. J 1, I 18HO "THE POWER BKHINDTHE THRONE" or new 1UU,UUU.U0 corporation for the development of Hickman-T- hc Industrial League. Their slogan: "25,000 in i 111' I Population." f-iWWw-U fl mr- fc. VlJmtmW'. IIHB. -' Mm Hm a hj AmmmmmmmmmWk'' LmmmmWmm. i ALWrnW 8 i J C. L. WALKER i i A. Vice President J. McGEHCE Preildent C. P. SHUMATE Treasurer WALTER L. BROWN Secretary T. J. MALONE Manager Sales Department !! Vi Young Man, Enroute to Hickmkn, Slain by Midnight Assassin Dim (f tin) liiunl shocking tragedies iwurdcd In Uio criminal hlnlory of Hilton county occurred Friday morn m about 1:30 when Andy MeClaln. .if liik'loiii, wait aliol and lull dead iy tho road hide six mile from Hickman, near I'otor MoMullln' farm, on Hl ItiMid. Tho omo has more than lb umiul amount of mystery In IU unil munt have len a d ! affair. The beat oocoiint niul probably tho one that wo can got of the iiitinlur U given by Andy' unele. Jack McOlaln, who won with hint, awl la about il follow a: Thumlay nftornoon Jack MeClaln rwelred word Uial hi brothnr. Clin. MeClaln, residing below lllrkiuan oil thv old Shelby platv, wa dangerous-lIII, and nuked louiu of tho folk t come to blin. Jack hotlfled only y Uiu-lllue- or t'harlk;, but Joe could not atari to mh him that ttlxht. but suggested bat hi soil, Andy, might go with Jnok. Accordingly Andy and hU un-started Into Thursday evening fHHickman, or rnther Uio bottom Imnow Ilkkmnn Midnight found them ir Jordan, (hough neither of thorn know tlio road. While passing the homo of John Harris, thoy overtook a lima walking. Tlioy stopped in In - quire of him If thoy were on tho right ruiid lint atrniiKor told thorn they wen and that ho wan going to Hickman ami know tho road. Ho wan n.sk.-lo got In tlio buggy and rldt; nnd dlriH!t thorn to' town. Ho tho Invitation and Uioy rodo iuitnil mill togi'thor. To muku urn thut)' iiiih'U at J(w WlUon's to Inqulro nboul the road. Mm. WUkou told them tho way, ami whllo thoy wore talking a man In the btigity I eald in a tone ami manner thut ho wo drinking, "lady, d It. don't toll un the wrong way; w'o've btotu traveling all night, A huIhIii- od ciMivonuttlou was hold In tho bux-gbut ilie could not dlncurn whoth-o- r there wore two or throo moit proa-ouThoy drow on. After making a turn Into a different road and going a little dlitnnce, a part of tho ouL.lo .Imniflim hrokL mako tiiu repaint. At this Juncture tho two McClaln's believed thoy wore not In the right road (which wait true), nnd told tho olrauger they thought thoy wero lot. Ho told them they wore on tlio right road, alright, but tho owners of the buggy decided thoy hod rather turu back and take nnothur route. The stronger objected, and una told ho would huvo to walk. At thU oInt ho whip hull-chImt. iiot peI out a platol and Hhot the :S, wre bent In and Andy's trousers on the ground. Andy fell; the hqr torn bocnine frightened and ran tionw Sheriff Johnson was notified nnd little dlHtant'u; tho fltrungor JumpSi wnn out to hold an Inquest. In tlio out and wan jteeu no more. Tw? nluwnco of Judgo Naylor Magistrate more ahoU were fired however, aM A M Shaw wus called. Mr. McClalu one bullet piiaai-throiiKh Jack !&& arrived on tlio scene about this tlnvo Clnlu'H coat nt tho ehoulder, but dW nnd told tho story. no hurt him. The death wound wm Inflicted nbout When .Mr. MeClaln got tho tcoBg four Inches above tho navel, und quieted, ho wns koiiio dlatalico fro? only one shot took effect. Tho tho of the ahootlug, and wm wound looked as though a 44 calibre afraid to go back by himself. Tlr gun was used, and tho man's feaHn4 hoimo ho camo to was llrvtl tures Indicated that ho died In great l,ratJier' rtwldeiice. Ho called ljfw ngony. When tlio body was searchi.nd aaketl him to go hack with hlUT ed the sheriff found $33.72 and rean ho wnn in trouble. I! ret did nT ceipts from tho Masonic and Odd go, an It would have left hui wife Fellows lodges ut Lynvlllo, Ky. The aiuno. .mcuiujii UeUic afraid to Me body was brought to Hickman and ....... . .. ... tauiu un to town. i lore ijwi prepared for burial. caya ho tried to fined whereV.tk Ileceosed was 32 years old, unmar herlff HvcU but fnlliHl, and HovU5?Urr, ,i nuJ tt member of a good family. Tho nmn who did tho shooting la homo, wont on to tho bottom. Ho described by Mr. MeClaln aa having bud hopes that young McClalu had given his name as 'Kvamt; low, heagotten nwny, nnd would show up vy sot, short black mustacho and woro a broad brim black hat. Sheriff The body of tho young man woa Johnson found n stranger afoot near found Friday morning nboul 8 o' Cayco who nnswored tho above exclock by Jim Roger. It was Inside actly, but MeClaln when asked to I'eter McMulIIn's woods lot, and sevhim said ho was not tho man. eral feet from tho fouco. Kvldeutly Another Itinerant was also arrested tho assassin went hack nnd threw nenf Jordan, but ho proved his where-nbou- ts the body over tho fence, as tho wires on Uio night of the killing, S e ", .... and both woro released. Joo MeClaln,, father of Uio dead man, started for Hickman Friday morning with hlM wagon to take his sick brother bock home. Out sad to state, he returned home wiUi the body of his son in Uio wagon. Ho know of tho killing until Informed by Sheriff Johnson, whom ho mot on the road here. Ono can better tho shock following such news. And Saturday tho aged father recolv-t-- d word that his sick brother In tho bottom was dead. We nro unnblo to learn much concerning Uio man who dh'd in the bottom, mora than he was 51 years old, died of pneumonia nnd leaves a family. His remalna wero carried to Dukedom Monday. Officers think they liavo a clue to the killing that did not como out In this story, and are making every to ferret out tho guilty party. o ef-to- rt It is atd that whiskey had a part In tho trouble. Another paradox In Uio tale Is Uial Uio murdered man was scon running along Uie fence but was shot dead In the road. Tho mystery may yet be unraveled, and we hope It will. There's too much of this business in Fulton county. A Smooth Skin '.id M .' J ' LJ 'I Iilack Heads, Chaps, I'iniples, Sores and all unhealthy conditions of Uio skin are unsightly and detract from tho looks. Liny a box of Dr. Dell's Antiseptic Salve, a creamy, snow white ointment, apply as directed and your skin will bo as clear as a babes At all dealers In medicines. Remember If you have surplus produce or anything to sell, or want to buy anything, our want column will do tho work. Only lc a word. !i' .j ft ." J "F4 1 i IV mmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmsmmmmrngmmmmmmmmmmmmm i' 1 ffOtd lSS. -- ' N I rOU'LL see without any trouble the advan tages of such clothes as these ; young men especially appreciate the styles made for us by J& "in-- - 7DJ' ?L V Hart Schaffner & Marx As soon as you look at the clothes, and see the perfection of style, the finished tailoring, the correct fit, you'll want them. They'll cost you only as much as such clothes ought to cost ; the prices are economical, considering the clothes. Uir : I Boya' Clolltea. iITi ' - '' - a: New ideas in suits; Shape-make- r, Var- There are No Better Styled Boys Clothes than Ours. We observe that hoys tastes become more exacting every year in regard to their clothes. The makers of Perfection Clothes for boys have published a most attractive booklet showing the newest authentic spring styles of their garments. . This book shows what well dressed boys will wear this season. Besides the style features, this book contains all the new official athletic records interesting to every boy. Come in and ask for one of these clever booklets. And while you're here examine the clothes, they'll appeal to both your eye and pocket book. t't sity for the young men ; new ideas in conservative styles for the older men. Suits $18 up. Overcoats $16.50 up. M We're prepared this season, as never before, to satisfy your every desire. 'fri , SMITH & AMBERG Copyright Hart ScUffncr Murr Smith & Amberg ii l immmmmmmmmmsimmmmikmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmm Uti5afl ki HMak$ X T ! "5? l!"nnil WOMAN OYSTER SUPPER IDEA, ESCAPES iJL-- ORIGINBRIDE HOUSEKEEPER ATES NOVEL TABLE SCHEME. Menu .' i jiiir cs OPERATION Vegetable Compound Khvooil, liwl "Your remedies hayo rnrvd mo mid I have only taken six buttles of Lydla E. Mnkliain's Vegeta- - Consists of Oyster Cocktail, Oyster 8tew, Chicken With Oyster Sauce and Deviled Oyster With Plain Salad. A sfc ,t entertaining WasCuredbyLydiaG.Pink-ham'- s several young couples rather hi II sk.- - BWfW ' imo I omnouuii. l was sick throo months mid could fered nil tho time. The doctors said I could not get well not walk. 1 suf- Put Your Feet Into New Spring Crossetts WWW i. , without an operation, for 1 could hardly stand tho jMins e v. i.cia!ly my right . in my sides, 1 k 'yv' I.. All the latest Grossett models now ready. Style in every line. Quality in every bit of leather. Good workmanship in every stitch. Comfort at every point, from heel Easy to select to toe. your exact shape. Wear Crossetts this season. Lewis A. . fiM'l t. t'l. I !. lud. ill women take chances with ni i'itii:i'.u or di.ttf out a sickly, 4t in uted existcmv, missing three . i tin' y of livlmr. when tliey i. I in I.ydla Ji l'inkhaui's U , i.'ll i.i'r Mli.LL., t.en I litd taken only f ( i..,hhiuI. nut Kept on .id t st ; too soon.' Mrs. n,' t i. n down my ; I 2ab N. 11. St., EU . I'm- ' lus $4 to $6 everywhere Crouett, Inc. Maker North Abin(toa,Mu. you iin the .slightest doubt liuvo that Ljdln. 12. lMnUliiimN Vegetable) Compound will help you, write to Ulrs. I'liikhiini nt Lynn, Your letter Wns4., for ndvlco. Mill bo absolutely omlUlciitlul, mid tho mlvieo true. IT thousands of women who troubled with such displacements, Inilamniatlnn, tumors, irregularii.!iratin. ties, periodie imins, kickaehe, Indiges-tioon jros rat ton. and n'.iiile i'niuNiuud? 1'iirty .irs it lias been tho iiulinl remedy for female ills, and iiin-i- l Ih-.all-iiie- lue n, SMITH & AMBERG one-hallf lf Perfect Chocolate Cake. OUR FLOUR... Three squares unsweetened chocoTHE END OF TUBERCULOSIS ' f brcauie we know Its superiority cups late, four eggp, one and cup butter, one-hawhite sugar, one-hal- f ordinary brands. We know that .v Protecting tht Child. cup milk, one and one-hacups EXCELLCNCC flour Is made Iron lifted flour, two level teaspoons baking the best selected wheat by mode r i powder, one teaspoon vanilla, salt. Br DR. EDWAIID U TKUDEAU. machinery which turns the grain In) At present the roost nettled Molt chocolate over hot water, beat tacks of flour, without the touch or L-agencies are hospitals for adegg yolks and sugar thoroughly, add sJWr? p human hand. If you are partlcu'a' vanced rases and measures to tho creamed buttor, stir till very protect tbe cblld at borne and at light; add melted chocolate, then milk about what you eat, use CXCti school. Tbe ndvanced case Is tbe and flour after sifting three times, and GOOD MUTTON TYPE OF SHEEP LENCC or WHITE SWAN flour. baking powder. Beat the whites of most productive source of Infecis clean at cleanliness Itself and tion and as yet perhaps tbe most eggs to stlfl froth and add lost with Tendency of Publlo to Consume Mer splendid baker. neglected Tbe ueed of protectvanilla. Dak In a slow oven about at Meat Attributed to Cartful ing tbe child Is shown by tbe fact odd hour. Make one very largo loaf Dressing of Carcasses. or two small ones. that about 50 per cent of children living In tho crowded districts beIn his work on profitable- - stock feed come infected by the time they Ing. Prof. H. R. Smith calls attenUoa Baked Eggs With Cheese. are five years old Itegulatlon of to tho growing tendency on tbe part' Una or egg cups, of the publlo to home conditions, better school Grease consume more tnut hygiene, tbe segregation of acdrop an egg in each tin, pepper and ton. lie attributes this In part to the generously with fact that mutton carcasses esJt and sprinkle tively tuberculosis children and are more) open air schools for Ibcwe who grated cheese. Bake In quick oven carefully dressed better ripened until set. These aro much better than than formerly and andAddition have latent tuberculosis are measIn a better fried and more nutritious. If sot in grade ures that should be applied more mutton sheep is being proa pan of water it will add greatly to duced. of extensively, tbe more so because Furthorrooro it is marketed their delicacy. tbe cblld shows a strong tendenearlier than was the case a few years cy to recover and the applicaago. During former years when woo tion of open air methods seems was higher in price, tho country wu Radlih and Olive Salad. even more effectual In children d sheep Cut red radishes In thin slices, the. largoly stocked with than In adults In preventing and olives in long strips and arrange both of tho distinctly wool breeds. The a curing the disease. on lettuce leaves. Just before serving sheep were retained on tho farms perhaps soveral years for tho annual clip pour over a French dressing. of wool, and when finally placed upon tho market bad become so aged aa to No better line of fresh meats will Spanish Rice. 1 found anywhere than at Matheny REAL ESTATE for sale. See M. make the moat tough, as woll aa strongly flavored. With lower prices This Is also a good wny of using Jtroa. & Plant B. Shaw. of wool, there have come about marked sweet green peppers. Cook a cupful changes In the character of flocks. of rice In two quarts of boiling water, Rams of the muUon breeds, Including illghtly salted. Iyt It boll fast twenty the Sbropshtro, Southdown, Hamp- minutes, or until, by testing a grain, shire, Cotswold, Oxford, Lincoln and you And It tender, but not broken. TllO UONt MlAttVOMM IVTtcIo Lelcestor, have boon crossed upon na- Drain off every drop of water through ewes, resulting In a the colander and set this, with tho tive good quality of mutton stock. Thesa rice In It, within an open oven to dry cross-breo mutton sheep do not off for a minute. New and te so heavy a fleece as do the Merv Turn Into a hot, deep dish and pour Inn, and at prevailing prices for woo) over it this sauce: It is not profitable to carry them over Seed and scald throe, peppers; when for their second clip and tho little cold, mince fine and stir Into two taWe have just filled our large store with a full line in weight; but tholr points of blespoonfuls of butter, heated to hissof new styles of Furniture, at a price that will enexcellence for mutton production are ing in a frying pan. Shako over tho eo much greater than tholr deficien- fire to heat tho peppers and pour upable us to give you new goods at almost your own cies for wool production In compart, on the rice With a silver fork open on with tho Morlno, that thoy are the mounded rice slightly to let the price. We mean just what we any we must sell now In greater fayor. Merino ewes sauce sink In, and serve. and we do sell good goods, and gunrantee them to of tho improved strains are still preferred for rango conditions, because be just as we tell you. Try us, if wc do not make they not only sheer a hoavler fleece, Russell Johnson: good, don't buy. but their denso, fine wool and smaller frames make them better able to Please tell everybody we withstand the hardships of the range. With the more recent advance in the must clear off the C. M. & price of wool, thero Is now a tendency INCOIU'ORATICI) This fine young stallion will make the season of 191 upon tho part of farmers to retain In G. R. R. Co.'s lots in Rich tbe breeding ewes somewhat more ol at my stables, three miles from Hickman on dresden Next Door to Post Office. tho Merino blood, depending upon the mond & Bond Co.'s New Bus road. There is not a better all purpose horse in the heavy mutton rams to produce a typo iness Subdivision so the new of lamb which boa proved very satis county. He is 5 years old, 16 -2 hands high, dark factory In tho feed lot, though some- depot can be built. Don't bay and weighs 1350 pounds. He is a combined Cranulated Eye Lids what smaller than higher grades ot mutton stock. refuse a reasonable offer for Do not need to bu cauterized or acar-Ine- d VEGETABLES horse, well developed and has good style and action. Phono by phyHlelnn. Hutliorlaiid'a Kn the galvanized iron tanks. glo Kyo aHnlvo Is guaranteed to euro Aa a breeder Prince Alfred can't be beaten, as any PRODUCE llnyu without pain. It Is huriulos For Croup c. ii. mooh of his colts will show. These will hold about FRUITS uiul a sure cure for Kranuluted lids. Dr. BoII'h Pine Tar Honey la the best 2Cc tubes at ult dealers. u known remedy. Do not experiment, gallons each, and some one PEDIGREE Sired by Alfred G., dam Maude S., sired by uei me genumo Dr. ueir rinu-Ta- r g Honey. can buy them cheap and use Tom Hal, owned by Brasfield & Ferguson; he by Joe Hal, If you aro intending to tako advnn Frost Will Speak. owned by a stock company at Troy, Tenn. Grand Dam, Belle, them for storing water or oil. tnB0 of our roao bush offer, it U time inbred Veteo, was owned by myself 22 years. Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian you wero KottliiK busy. The same Church will havo a bazaar and servo Sell the deep well pump, boilhushea would cost you J1.7C nt any TERMS $20 00 to insure live foal. Money due when fact is W. A. Ico cream and cako nt tho homo of ers and water cleaners cheap, candldnto for Stato flret claim nursery. Ixiok for the ofascertained or mare parted with. Care will be taken to preSenator will speak at tho following Mm. S. L. Dodds, Wednesday after- too. We must get them out plucea on tho following dates: Hick- fer in this Isauo. vent accident but will not be responsible should any occur. noon, April 12th. of the way to make room for man, Saturday, May 13j Cayco, SaU urday, May Cth; Water Valley, SatC. HENDRIX, A, IS. Kennedy, tho insurance man, Ky. HEUIIINE cures constipation and the depot. urday, AprU 1; Clinton, May 2, und hag moved his office upstairs over regular bowel moveMaylleld, Muy 1C. A uumbor of ments. I'rlco Cue. Sold by Hickman Urovard's store You are Invited to Drug Co, aro yet to bo made, I call and see him. Pboaa 61. -3 STOCK r LIVE cup-cak- flne-wole- J the letter which murks the opening ot the oyster seatou. This was s5 constructed as to lie flat upon the table, and all around it e were grouped favor representing oyster shells, each ot which contained uu Inexpensive pin set with seed pearls. From the shell ribbons of a color that cumblued prettily with that of the asters radiated to each cover, and by pulling these at the end of the feast Mich guest received his or her gift. Tbe placo cards were gray tinted, and were decorated with sketches of oyster shells, sea tuoss, etc, and on each was written a quotation regard-luthe shellfish. Uucsts amused themselves between courses In recalling tho names of tho authors. Tho hors d'ocuvru dlshi were nothing less than natural oyster shells, extra large ones being selected and thoroughly cleansed for the purposo. Tne menu couslsted of oyster cock-tall- , oyster stew, boiled chicken with oyster sauce, deviled oysters In rice cups next, with u plain salad, and tor dessert Ice cream mouled In the form of oyster shells served with oyster crackers, coated In tho way to popular now with chocolate. The oyster stew quoted was somewhat original. It was made by this rule: In butter the size of an egg, which has boen nicely browned In 'the pan, cut up several stalks of celery and cook tho latter slowly until thoroughly done. Add a quart ot oysters with the liquor and cool until the edges curl. After tho curl appears cook about ten minutes longer, sea son with salt and pepper it liked. Servo with oyster crackers crisped in the oven The deviled oysters, too, may require a word of direction in the Inter est of young housekepers. To prepare them a tablespoonful of chopped onlou and the same quantity of chopped green pepper are cooked for five minuses In two tablespoonfuls of butter. To this Is added holt a cup of strained Juice from tho oysters, a of lemon Juice, a tablespoonful of tomato catsup, a teaspoon of prepared mustard, a pinch of cayenne and two cupful of oysters chopped. Simmer five minutes and serve very hot in rlco made by tho reclpo which follows: Half cook enough rlco to till two cups, and ndd to It three ounces of melted butter. Mold In small cups or tin molds which have previously been wet with Ice water and set away hi the refrigerator to chill. Just before serving untnold tbe rice, and with a small spoon hollow out shape. Urush Inside and out with melted but ter and crisp In a hot oven, using a baking slide to avoid breaking them. When nicely brown thoy will bo ready for the oysters. lit-thg table-spoonf- ul Informally in tho evening mude the function un oyster, supper w 1th great success. Kor the centerpiece ot the table tho services of n wideawake florist had He conbeen called into requisition. structed of Autumnal asters of daintily blended colors-huge H representing, it is almost needless to say, a hot HERE'S the ideal comfshirt; cool, office and a necessity for around tke houie ortable, drcisy looking; suitable for the and outdoor wear. It'i our gmvaw thirts bete to select fioin; nude of Pongee and Silk fabric that will K)iiiuly delight youj finished with I'.enulnc K!iidl and hand kerchief pOclct ocean ouil buttons cutis on I lie quality t( the falilc V.hi'II tin )wurrl( a ginul turn ly getting a few ottheie ililiti to hare at Iratt two, on today. with toft collar and cuffs attached. You'll find a good variety of thec Outing Shirt drsidlng Priced at SI. 00 and up ulil BRADLEY & PARHAM v NVwKrafJnnyrjcturiufCo. y- -. fYLAit,LlAti.L Utii.ii, Us-lf- t Hi'fcLJ LLIlisliisAL UllULlI WE STAND BY C. B. Travis pyi'iTTTi'HTTiifrilWHIifTffHITl'Wf'IW PRINCE ALFRED flnc-wool-cd pro-duc- FURNITURE Up-to-Da- hs HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. MMW 1 ssiMI 8,000 i J. Hickman, Q. B. Bond. ' I J.O.Stubbs I I Sret.ra'.More DENTIST Mr BillIoj. o.rr No. 01 )'!.! crtiswg is the Team that Pulla tne CammBTctal NO. .IN VOLUME ftl D1BT PAPER HI WESTERN KENTUCKY THE HICKMAN COURIER. Uaaon un tho Hill nf c,,PrDri, The Courier haa a Spankin' Good Team. Draasa the Rxles of Your Wagon, A BLUE MARK UEBE f ranni that jonr sub orlptlon bat eiplrtd Itenew promptly It you want tbe paper to come to too after tlila momh Old Man, and LbVs Hitch Up J 7 30t,B ESTABLISHED IN TEE TEAR 1HSO HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1911. fi ills Mrs, Kate Webb-Smi- th will be glnd to see Hjmr DAMAGE IS customers nt SMITH CAUSED BY STORM iinall wind swooped dowu ou tho city of 8L tauls, wrecking the and eluctrle light sorvlco by tearing dowu tho wires. .Many purta of tho city wore lu total darkness after tbo kuIo hit the city At times Uio wind reached u velocity of ax tulles an hour. Trous were hrokeu off and windows smsshed lu. Telephone and telegraph ero mapped off and smokepuira stacks wrecked. Awnings were loru from fastenings on bulldlugH und the lives of many pedestrians were lui BL Louis, & AMBERG'S MAKKHO- P- m gait, a Mar 2k - Wowing- - n Easter is Jtoril 6th as . I 1 Shirt Waists, Lingerie Baby Layette and Bridal Trousseaus A tulo-phon- u $ Hr v ' ' i a HI'KOIAI.TY JL' Bw. r Proposition Submitted. glvuii to thu probable of iliu Ituulfool Lako prop-iut u atutu guuio und (Uli pre- (! wheu representatives of tho I Ivnuusacu La li J Compuiij up-ebefore tbo IcglsluUvu commit-- i game and forualry with propo-- i from purlieu claiming owner- , of tho lake. H IIoIiihw, of Truutou, attorney the company, camu forward wlUi r propositions to tliu committee. propoalUoua wuro; perllwl xor mbii j,aMj d iii purchase iii i of Ibu laud covered lake with iiioun of lugress an over other lauds owned by Uio attjr at a consideration of il,-Mtouipauy to kIvo u warranty u on hour. Out In the ntute rallroud trarflc was tied up and trains dHayod. Oper- tlon of trains was Interrupted by dls collected wlrti lu outlylug districts. A lar. sinokoatoik, CO feet high on tho Ferguson McKlnnoy Dry (Joods compauy bulldlug ut Klghteenth and I'apln toppled over It crashed lu ou surroundlHg buildings and caused con- ilderable damage. A lelephons polo blew over at Eight enth and I'apln a few mo-- 1 mnts after the smokestack fell. IJvo wires dnngltng In the atroet made walking dangerous. Hnow fell In western Missouri and Eastern Kansas Sunday Ilefore tho snowfall the temperature dropped 30 degrees In eight hours Much damage was done by the strong wind, which had a maximum velocity of 42 miles str-ets ' )3JF? sziSf.r li 4'r u l i I rrz.icJA r q im You will want your new Spring suit on that occasion, and we would remind you that it is best not to delay placing your order. Let us take your measure TODAY, and have the suit here in plenty of time. Reference as to our work the best dressed men in Hickman. I ll H , j ' ' ' Splendid Assortment 14 Ready-Mad- e Trousers You if f . K t carried in stock, ranging in price from $2 to $6. are sure to need an extra pair for Spring wear. Beautiful line of Oxfords and Gents Furnishings of every description. Let us dress you up for Easter. utv purchase outright of tho lak BLIZZARD SWEEPING EAST t rt wlUi twenty feel of luud bor i.i; at a cuuslduratlou of bU,Ouu. Low Temperature, Snow and 8eet Are Reported on Several States-Rail- road i t HKjtuat casoluuut to Uio lakw Trains Delayed. . i4i purchase of all lako property, Omaha, Neb, Mar 28 What promlidiut thu lake luwlf and all ises to ! the worst bllitard of th land claimed by tho com-y- , year struck Nebraska and Is rapidly for a consideration of 1110,000 sweeping eastward and southward, now Is plied high on the prairies, and iUuso offers wuro made, It U said, railroad traffic to tho north and west Lho company, aa a compromise is seriously Impeded ..asuru of tho pending litigation. At Nellgh. Neb, three feet of snow aj Holmes says tho annual profit fell during tb day, and Northwestern Lr tliw property do uot exceed $3,01)0. trains are having trouble getting uuiubcr of clUzeus II v Iut ou Uio I through the drifts In that portion of tolephon ond i a Iso appeared beforo the com- - the ,u,e olwph wires oro seriously interfered with. I..O. . BRADLEY Si PARHAM A few more $2.50 and $3.00 Hats left to close out at come while you can get your size Strayed or Stolen. Ono heavy set red cow, about 8 years old, fresh dehorned, wolghs 1000 pounds, marked with swallow fork lu each car ,few white places over her. Any Information will be liberally rewarded. S. L. DODDS. Dr. Bell's Antl-Pal- CHICAGO BLIZZARD RAGING i sudden attack of Cholera Morbus is (tain, Snow and Much Colder In ths Windy City Storm May Prove laiigerous. Keep Ur. Dell's Autl-I'nlWorst of 8eason. at hand, a doso relieves almost It also cures Olarrhota, Flux, Chicago, Mar. 28. Tho advance and all llowel ComplaluU. guard of the bllzzurds reported to bo sweeping toward Chicago froui the domu alaUclan has estimated lho west reached here. lUIn began fall ' nlted Htatea last year spout 143 Ing and as the thermometer continued ''lies as much fur liquor an It ox steadily to drop and thu wind to grow (tided lu foreign missionary work, colder thu ralu changed iuto heavy iilh of which might liavu been put suuw. Tho bllunrd Is traveling eastward i a belter use. rapidly and traniporatlou linos have aranged to fight what Is fuarod will Jerry Malono asks us to say thru develop Into thu worst snow storm of 'ie columns of tho Coulcr Uiat ho the season. pproolnten tho maniiur lu which his Rsln In North Turns to Snow. friend hero took hold of Uio now St. Paul, Minn., Mar. 28. A st.'ady, 'ddltlou proportion. Thu company Ih drenching ralu fell throughout tho ly much Krutlfled with I he otiUomc greater parts of Mlraioiota, North nod r their four d.i South Dakota and Wisconsin. With haIo. a decided drop lu temperature, the precipitation turned to vnow over u. It pays to pay cash for your coal. greater part of tho area, and reports -from a number of points state that a A. A. Farls. heavy wind Is causing snow to drift. ut VJJld It over occur to you that a man's llfo Is full of crosses and temptations? Ho comes Into this world without his consent and goes out his will, and the trip between tl.o two Is exceedingly rocky. Tho rulo of contraries is ono of tho features of the trip. The Joe Johnson residence given away by the Industrial League last Saturday, and drawn by Julian Choate. Gives Prompt Relief William II. iJougiu, Jr., of Wushing Ion, I). C., nays: I tuko groat picas, uro lu Informing )ou I havo used Ur Holla 'Pino Tar Honey und it guvo 8 tno almost Instant relief. Wo can sing "Undo Sammy" as, loud as mi) body, but that doesn't mown that wo feol ourselves over flowing with patriotism at the thought of . sovornl Uiousnnd gootl, , manly joung fellows being sunt down to Moxlco and gutting themselves shot as n result of butting lu mid attempt-luc- ; to protect tho largely Interests of Plcrpout Morgan, tho Uuggonholms, mid oUicr w JE2) The Best Dressers Wear "Peck" Clothes The Reason: and crisp, giving men a solid, sucThey are clean-cu- t cessful appearance. If yau want to feel sure about style and fit, we are sure that we have the clothes here that will win your confidence on first acquaintance and will hold your good opinion through their good wearing qualities. Tho fight In tho Fulton-Hickmalegislative district over tho nomina tion of a candldato reached tbo polo-cu- t stage early last week. Editor Walker, of tho Clinton Gazette, charges that tho polecat editor of tho Pulton Leader is bcsmeariiig his por- Mii with aa odlfcrous smell. While lu tho First Senatorial District Uio contest between Sum Normau and Parson Frost has reached tho fist and skull battle line. Scott Cook, uu hi behalf of Norman, last week assaulted Partou Frost. How- The road Ib rocky, man over tho Parson lost very llttlo Ico to travel It, and after but there loves Is a all In Uio battle. Tbo Interest manifest good deal of satisfaction, especially ed In both districts Is very commenda If ho is well served. ble and every Indication points to the nomination of either a booze-ma- chtnu candidate or a respectahlo citizen to roprcsent tho two districts. Cadiz llecord. n cold-bloode- When ho is llttlo the big girls kiss him and when he Is grown tbe llttlo girls kiss him. If ho Is poor he Is a bad manager, if ho Is rich be is dishonest If he needs credit he can't gel It, if be is prosperous everyone wants to do him a favor. If ho is In politics it's for tho pie, If he is out of politics you can't find a place for him and he Is no good to his country If he doesn't give to charity he is a stingy cuss; If ho docs It's for show. If he Is actively religious he is a hypocrite, if ho takes no Interest In religion ho is a hardened sinner If ho grves affection he Is a soft specimen. If he cares for no ono ho Is If ho dies joung there was a great future before him, If he lives to uu old ago he has missed his calling. Good 4: WV JaW WW Mm llL Story," which contains many recipes for sorvlng Sealshlpt Oysters. Call nnd got ono. Whilo here, ask to bo shown how wo handle Sealshlpt di rect from tho oysler beds under soul. -- Klllson Ilroa. Wo fool sorry for Uto big metropol Wu aro giving awny an attractivo itan dolly uewspapers which have IHUo book, "Mark Twuln's 0stor worked so faithfully to havo the dem- - 1$ ;i I :.'.. If m The prices range from $18.50 to $22.50, but correctness is a fixed characteristic of these Peck clothes, no matter what the price may be. Other makes $10 to $16.50. Hats and the Other Furnishings of the Right Style for Men Ilir I ' II V otriitn of Kentucky uccupt their ad- vlco and counsel In regard to party expediency lu tho Coming statu cam paign. Hut tho people seem to be obstinate and want to havo their way In tho mutter, the lame ducks to tho Tho Husy Hoo Store at Cairo was contrary notwithstanding. aold at auction lYIday by Col. E. 1M- con und was bought In by U.C. Hemember if ou have surplus proHaines & Sou of Portagovlllo, Mo., duce or anything to sell, or want to for $2,5:10.15 ut 37 cents ou tho dol- buy anything, our want column will lar. do tho work. Only lc a word. A Kentucky Drugs i horticulturist says It .... ,'".r.''."lrn:l was u pear with which Evo tompted Adum. Hero's ti chauco to oiguulzo another rollglouu sect. Snturday Is April 1st tho day tho small boy Is sunt on a hunt for thu monkey wrench. left-han- d Baltzer & Dodds St: INCOHPOltATED D. G. Co. M I Clean up our old fans and get udy for April 1st, Uickumii Ico & Coal Co. Good drugs mean everything because they include high grade as well as freshness. Remember that fact in having any prescription or medicWo have received a confidential tip inal recipe filled. that the population of Hickman will All the prescribing and disbe announced on Aug. 117, 191$. Now be patient. pensing of your prescription is wasted unless the ingredients W. K. Hall, of Fulton, Ky., was elected president of the Southern used in it are of the best. Lumber Dealers' Association ut You will find them so at Memphis. Ite-ta- ll I Tho fau circuit begins April lau Hickman Ico & Coal Co. (Jet tho habit go to tbe Electric Studio for fine photos. COWGILL'S April the First, Nineteen Hundred and Eleven of The St. Louis Furnishing Co., and in announcing this to our friends and patrons, we beg to say that the extraordinary growth of our business, of which we are so proud, has necessitated this step, in order that our facilities for caring for our trade may be increased. Therefore, there will be an arrangement of departments, and in this connection we wish to say that the is the date of the Undertaking Department will be under direct supervision of Mr. HARRY BARRET, who is a Licensed Undertaker. In offering you his services we feel that words of commendation are unnecessary in this community, where he has lived so many years. We shall surely appreciate a continuation of your patronage. I The St. Louis Furniture Company INCOUPOIUTKI) Marriage Licenses The following were granted license to marry In Obion County last week: Geo. Scearce, of Sbarron, committed suicide last Wednesday by shooting himself. No cause is assigned. iieri ivuey unu uessiu neeu. Itov Dean nnil Mnttln Murrnv. J. T. Blvens and Minnie Tharp. George Woods and Annie Barnes. T. J. Ferguson and Bertha Burton. Hauston Hornby and Beulah Gravi elL I). M. Rudolph and Ella M. Foster, Slate Made Out. Washington, Mar. 2S. Unless something unexpected comes to change tno plans of the ways and means commit tee of the bouse, which Is also the committee on committees, thu follow Ing will be appointed committee chairmen: Agriculture, Lamb of Virginia, appropriations. Fitzgerald of tw York, bank and currency, l'ujo of Louisiana, District of Columbia, Johnson of Kentucky; education, I?ver of South Carolina; election of president, and ropifscnlatheg In congress, Rticker of Missouri, foreign affairs, Flood of Virginia; Immigration and naturalization. Burnett of Alabama; Indian affairs, Stephens of Texas; Industrial arts and expositions, Heflin of Alabama, insular affaire, Jones of VlrglnU; Interstate and foreign commerce, Adamson of Georgia; Invalid pensions, Sherwood of Ohio, irrigation of arid lands. Smith of Texas, Judiciary. Clayton of Alabama; labor, Wilson of Peuualvnnla, manufactur ers, Johnson of South Carolina; military affairs. Hay of Virginia, naval affairs, Padgett of Tennessee; patents, Sulier of New York, pension, Richardson of Alabama; postofflces and post roads, Moon of Tennessee, printing, Flniey of South Carolina, public buildings and grounds, Morris Shep-par- d of Texas; revision of laws, Wat-kin- s of Louisiana; rivers and harbors, Sparkman of Florida; rules, Henry of Toxas; claims, Ooldfogle of New York; war claims, Sims of Tennosseo; census. Wilson of Pennsylvania; pub-U- o lands, Robinson of Arkansas; territories, Lloyd of Missouri; library, Slayden of Texas; railways and canals, Korbly of Indiana; reform In the civil servico, Goodwin of North Carolina. The task of the committee is not yet over. Some of these may be changed. Captain Lamb Is being opposed for the committee of agriculture by southern farmers' organizations because of his dufiant stand aajlnst the bllng bill Introduced at the last session of congress. The oommlttee gave the chairmanship on immigration and naturalization to Burnett of Alabama over Sabs th of Illinois by a voto of 7 to 6 anti-gam- A Dutchman's Troubles Walter It. Brown was In Ten n , Sunday. Jak XL f -- , '! ajYour AVJU l ME, tfjEtta I b1 &$& m fate Home Correct and Artistic Decoration at Moderate Cost. Henry Bosch Company's Jas. Morgan, age Thursday. postmaster at C4, died at Wlngo, Wall Papers New York ttrn-tieve- Chicago J. C. Speight has been appointed Mayfleld. For the Seaton oi Nine- n rrprexnt the best the World affordi Staple bock i iHovn You can save money by buying your furnishings, shoes, hats, etc., from Lelbovltz. Wilbur Bowden, of Mayfleld, died 3f stomach trouble Thursday. He was related to E. H. Bowden, of this tty. O. T. Salmon, of Hickman. Ky.. wa 4tDcr pirchiK A pmitl Ttttc li moti n roar ltd. amidlx piuci no okllf uloa I tui la tiimt b.o "ill iri.ltc lmm4lu iitntk la rzzj.fi W. A. D0DDS Gov WllUon has offered flO" ward for tho arr and ronvlctim (he nt'gro who spilt Horace open with an axe last Baker waa also a luro. and ' Fire departments are neceitary and crime happens! In the bottom Mve much property, but they cannot No Utile disappointment was f be relied upon always. Although they by the failure of tho Mindil I may put out the fire, water may do as much damage as the fire. Fire in h rein I Appal to print lllokm Insurance protects you against the double page booetor ad In last s loss by fire as well as the loss by day's paper. Tho management water damage. A fire Insurance pol- Hint they did not receive proof Soda fountains, butcher shops, Mali icy In a reliable company with a rep- lime to get It In Sunday's Issue u Docks and largo usors of lee will be utation for fair dealing and prompt- It will appear next Sunday accorded the same terms an last sea-Jo- ness Is your best protection. We rep but small users and nil residenc- resent only such companies. X- XK es will bo required to pay In cash or coupons. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. R. T. TYLER, Agent. sl-e- Dutchman, addressing his dog, "You vos only a dog, but I vlsh I vos you. Ven ou go mlt dor bed in, jou shust durn round dree dtims und lay down. Ven 1 go mlt der bed In, I hnf to lock up de blaeo und lnd de clock und put do cat out und undress mysolf, und my vlfo vakH up uml scolds me, deu de baby erica und I hnf to valk him up und down, den maype en I shust go to p, It's time to get up again. Ven you gets up, ou Bhust stretch yourself und scratch a couple of dimes, und you os up. I haf to light der fire, put on der kittle, so rap mlt mine vlfo already, und maype got some breakfast. You blay around all lay und hat blenty of fun. I hat to ork all tay und haf blenty of drouble. Ven J oil die ) oil's dead; ven I die I haf to go to holl eU" A said W cn.Wm JDouMpProtectii on Jlev. Kpurgeon Wlngo, pastor of Baptist Church, expects to mot' finally to Hickman next Tucedaj on this account there will be iiu Wees next Sunday al this church . The driven of Ice wagouii nt supplied with coupon books oi, first of April Please arrange to , chase as Hie system will b- - in rash or coupons. Hickman ! t'oal Co . Itnk-lita- - tl" t the city on business Tuesday. Mr Salmon is Interested in Southeast Missouri timber and expects to help xupply the Mengel Box Co., In Hickman. Charleston (Mo.) Republican. n See those King Kdward and son Bros. Shirts at Loibovltz. Wil- The Windsor Model AND THE PHILOSOPHER SAID Agency dga&J dJWiuai I BEST SHOE MADE FOR WOMEN (comfort In and Pride Wear- - your shoes are what make them You will always be satisfactory. conscious of that well dressed. feeling when ing BERING shoes and Jjou will ex- Joo Billon, age C3, was found dead Dr. C. W. Curlin has purchased a by the roadside near Mayfleld, last Huppmobllo runabout from tho local Thursday. agents, Hubbard & Kennedy, King Kduard Shirts at 1 aro tho Sealshlpt Oysters nro firm, solid. best yet. Ask to seo them. lelboclean and fresh when wo deliver them vltz. to you guaranteed to bo so. They Buy coupon books and savu ten s have tho true oyster flavor the tang of tho sea. Ellison Bros. pi r cent on your ico account. Hickman Ico & Coal Co. Tho Courier has been forced to curtail Its news sorvlco this week on Tho spring opens with four and a account of not having electric curront half million employes out of work In to keep tho linotype running. Tho this country, labor lnvestlgatum in Hickman loo & Coal Co. has been Now York say. Our observation In overhauling tho machinery, getting bis cities confirms a largo estimate leudy for tho day current which be- of tho Kilo. There will bo a sifting gins Saturday. of workers out Into tho country larger than usual thta year. doll-clou- The shoemaker rejoices In the Biblical prophecy that the last shall U first. A woman has more difficulty ta cracking a Joke than In breaking a man. The stiver lining to the cloud doesn't always enable a fellow to get In out of the wet. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, but even when thoy work the firemen play the hose. The great trouble with tho man who knows he Is a good talker Is that be Is so ofteu such a mighty poor quitter-Philade- lphia Record. after a hot contest RuMsmM perience foot com- fort too. BERING shoes are superior to the higher cost shoes but are sold at moderate You can't be shod any prices. belter for any price. William. Jennings Bryan, It la said, made a strong but leslng fight against Fitzgerald for apporprlatlons and Adamson for Interstate and foreign Ho made it known that he Is opposed to having "ractlonarUs " selected to preside on Important committees. com-mor- e. FrlTS 4k3Wmfa6 ' s z.iz.1 i S2.!3(XS3.5O,uS5.00 WISDOM WHISPERS. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mnlouc, of Ill thoughts are little thieve. Hickman, wcro iu thu clty'tlils week visiting friends. Theso good people Sibbes. have located in Hickman permanentCharacter first; tho rest will follow. ly where Mr. Malouu la engaged in Campbell. business. Thoy will always be pleasantly remembered hero, Union City Carelessness Is nover excusable Commercial. Dr. W. B. Slight. Mauy a soldier who bravely stood Each man's life is all men's Owen Meredith. A Nettleton Creation of Lasting Character At no point docs It suggest the ex- treme. In every way BERING shoes are made in NEW ORE PLANT BLOWN UP Bloodhounds Tracing Vandals Who Wrecked 91,000,000 Plant In Ohio Town. Tho new plant of tho Erie Railroad company at North Randall, a suburb, has been blown up by dynamite. Bloodhounds have been placed on the trail of tho vandals. O., Mar. 28. g Cincinnati, Ohio, the III and ship. Workman- home of the worlds best shoemakers and the men behind them have spent Cleveland, $1,000,000 25 years turning out footwear for women, Get the benefit of this experience New Cuban Minister Departs. Havana, Cuba, Mar. 28. Senor Jim iiiiv . ?Si ill An- IVM ldmm tonio Martin Rlvero, newly uppolnted mlnlstor to tho United States, has left for Washington. MILLET & ALEXANDER Tin can oysters oro not Sealshlpt Oysters. You can only get Sealshlpt Oysters from a clean whito and blue porcelain enamelled sealshlpt case like the ono wo have In our storo. Glvo Sealshlpt a trial then bo convinced. EUIbou Brco. rfg onm aim wfco H. E. Curlin. years during our Civil War, Is covered with badges. Wo would not take ono from him, ho merits them; but many un "ordinary" womuu has stood at her post of duty for thirty, torty und even a half a century, fighting with sickness, poverty und discouragement, and with truu Spartan courage kept the wolf from tho door and saved tho Uvea of a largo family of children. Tho man who saves ono llfo receives a prlzo for bravery, his plcturo appears In thu metropolitan papers, and ho wears a medal which says to tho world ho Is bravo. And ho was. But tho woman who has saved tho lives of many Is given no badge, and seldom over a word of commendation Theso ordinary women may not recclvo a Carnegie badge for bravery, but "Ho who marks tho sparrow's fall" will cer tainly reserve for them tho brightest Joweled crowns In his kingdom. at his post of duty for two or three Imun of it is a style of fashion that marks the wearer as a well-dress- ed Liberality Increases the value riches. Vauvenargues. How shall one answer a wrong by doing good. Merrlatn. man. Your friendship for the Nettleton Windsor will date from the first pair worn. Wc Illustrate a Mueller Oxford In soft Russia Calfskin, and have other tat All old custouiora will be run on tho samu current ns has existed heru- toforo for this sonBon'B fan service. Hickman Ico & Coul Co. An American girl is said to havo paid 2G,000 for n handkerchief in Pnrls tho other day. She must be getting ready for tho hay fever season. Planting tlmo la bore. Havo n flower garden If you possibly can, If it Is nothing mora than something growing In a wooden box or iv tin can. Flowers and plants do you goou, . model foryou to Inspect. The prlco Is exactly right for a well-mashoe. de patterns upon this i4iAl H. E. Curlin. WJUM.J AM "VWW!WiwpWTPWTwrini rvmvwmrm pyjy ,w.vA"wpwwtiMlMUJpi J X vl- if Madam : Here Are Two Ways of Serving PRACTICE IN THE SOUTH r- - The Nettleton Sealshipt Oysters Deliriously Doll Kill 1 Pate a la Prlncestc. pint Sealshipt oysters threo mlnutca in ono cup water, adding 1 of white wine. Drain and put In C pattlu shells lightly spread with anchovy pas to. In a saucepan, mix 1 tublespoonful each butter and flour, 14 gill cream nnd tho oyster liquor. Season with unit, cayenne and grated nutmeg. Doll 8 mlnutca, stirring continually. Add thu yolk of ono egg and stir briskly two minutes. Tour this sauce over the oysters In th imttlo shells, sprinkle grah-- cheese over tho top and bake C minutes. Oysters a la Poluetto. Tako 14 pint largo SoaUhlpt oysters, ncald In 1 cup water and drain. 1'ut a tableapoonful of butter and a small onion, chopped flno. Into a saucepan and brown. Add 1 of flour, season with salt and caenno and let tho whole boll 16 minutes, stirring briskly; then add the oysters and put In a tablespoon-fu- l of chopped mushrooms and half gill of sherry. Let It simmer C inlriutM, then odd tho yolks of two BHe nnd 1 gill of cream. Servo hot In a deep dish. table-tpoorif- m J', i M r, l HjHj 'Of. y Kermit Model Maker' Editorial: Created for Spring 1911 trade, for the purxe ot giving the nearer a combination of broad toe, with Wi inch litel. Liberally purchased by many Nettleton agencies who felt a demand for a ahoe of thN character. f- ! i Our free booklet given you, if you wiil call nt our store, shows many more ways of serving them. making up these recipes, however, you must be sure to use Sealshipt Oys-trror else you will not get the finished dish. We get Sealshipt Oysters fresh from the coast. We sell Sealshipt Oysters from a clean white and blue porcelain enamelled refrigerator, which ensures your getting oysters with all their original sea flavor retained. In s, 'if The Kermit makes a strong appeal to the man who values a new suggestion. Upon the foot is small-appearing, it We have found the Sealshipt method to be the only method which guarantees getting oysters of this nature. your They're the pick of the best oyster beds on the Atlantic Coast. snug-fittin- g, Ellison BrothersA - Urvol Sim Wsll, with a hroad, roomy toe. It is made of mellow, ng No Matter What This Qama Is, Basts Prom Here. I Kin Sea All Thrt long-weari- Russia Good Jeligion. Joe Jackson Wins, VERSE WORTH Immortal. READING PROFITABLE TYPE OF HORSE HANDY Annoyance DOOR FOR HOG HOUSE of Cleaning Away Snow May Be Avoided by Using Door Illustrated. Old Farmer Tells of Manner In Which Ha Makes Animals and Services or . Litter . must first and firmly say that I received great profits from my horses and their services puy we for their .u keoplng. Am an old farmer and never avUltlng; to be ..Ration couit mare, but by good bad a puro-brcft with a wonl of cheer when that s breeding I now have the 1 develop will help; to strlto to Torcheron. ncglnnlng with the suckJh- unmonl thu heart, head and ling, they are of no bother to me, for until they are a month old tho mother .d qualities endowed by tho llulor is brought up once In the forenoon r all. to hold women In rospeot and once In the afternoon, but after-to love ono; to weae tho thrttad words It Is kept at the stable, says a r. optimism into the live of writer In Baltimore American, Then war- 1 may como In contact; to :...m in the fall before they are two they .i;. nature nnd the great spirit that are broke and ready for light service i. ived It all In a word to play steeche. In the spring. So from the time they Angelic from above are two years old they pay their own gauio of life with a steady baud Unole Joe will win. About the only Hearing the, gifts of bleaalng and of love weigh My coming I a qualmtoM conscience niwl a real thing he 1h famous for lonely trod that we recall ITntlt the ahadowya path theythat upward way. pounds and bring J 160, while the ua 1,600 to be of service that la my at present Is his long whiskers, which Becomes for God. bridge ire lead to bring f 200. Thus coming ' union If I can live up almost roach his knees. And say Florence Earla Coatea, In Harper's by keeping our best young Percheron Magatlne, cor i he mark, dou't ou think I' mares and clubbing togother to buy a Thu A) era crowd hoped to control jll-- d about All tho creed that Is neo (ha convention, but lost out completeregistered stallion I And thero Is a 'MryT Backbone Monthly. eady sale and clear profit for a farmly. This Is at least some connotation. er in raising homos, and their service Mrs. J. M. Hubbard and Mrs. K. II Iwlll pay for their keoplng. I'ruUiur were In Union City Tuesday. Dr lloraco I.uten was over from Hugh Oliver is visiting his family 1 ulton, Monday. In Memphis this week. Hans Hanson played at the Lyric Bnturday night and had a corking Hee talbovltt before buying your 1 still have some souvenirs left, l,ood show. irlng sulL Ilo ran save you mousy. (tell and get one. IelbovlU. Cards of color, red, will be furnish Mrs Hoy McKlnnuy, of I'aducah, Is Mm. W. (. Stockton and children re visiting her mother, Mrs. Flor- - are vlslUng her sister at Keutou, td on application. Tlieso can bo hunt out where driver will know that yoj Fnrla, and family. Twin. Cattle must have roughage ot some dec Ire ico. l'lcase get a card ami It kfnd. Wo pay you for collecting your own will guarantee you Ice on the first When you order Ice, platwo have It Is not a fact that a pig con take Mair coupou book where tho driver arcount by allowing ten por cent for tilp around as the drivers are In caro of all that he can eat Hick cash purchase of coupon books for Ice rtructeU to watch for tho fllgn ui tear out tho amount due pig at eight months Is The an Ice &. Coal Co. Hickman Ice &. Coal Co. lllrkmnn Ice & Coal Co. tho masterwork of tho feeder. Tho pig can eat more than he can digest and digest more than he can use. Hegular feeding ts essential to success and three feeds a day Is better; than two. Indigestible foods such as bran and cob meal should bo kept away iroin the hotf trough, The work horse should have six to ten pounds of hay, In addition to tho corn and carrot. As February lambs bring the hlghost prices they ought to bo dropped at that time of the year. Cleanliness should begin in the stable, which must not only be kopt clean, but well ventilated. There la no feed so good for young ptgs and calves as sweet skim milk dlreot from the separator. Every stable where tuberculosis has NEW CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS existed should bo well whitewashed twice in tho next six months. Thero is no stock on the farm that will help so rapidly in advancing tho TRUNKS, HAND BAGS, FURNISHINGS, Etc. fertility and good condition of the land as a flock of sheep. The care of sheep Is pleasant work for a woman, and one that she can unI cordertake with but small capital at first, and work up to a profitable business. Horn-Im-- very man be able to look rvly In the uyes; to tnako friends I iiuld them, to keep clean of mind i body, to iimllo at 111 fortune; to at my mistakes, to frown whn - 1 How llrtn are tha dead! At the convention In Columbus, Knitirtncil. ,ut not spurt. Thursday. Jot- Jnrkftou was noiulnat How anfa within Itio heart V hold tlirm till our dtad. ) by oeclamatlou as iKtmoentUc Whatever l h fled I for Representative of lllekman constancy la deep and Ftillou counties. Ally. P. K. Our Towanl tlioie who lie aaleep. Moor was a candidate, but was not Forest ful of the train and mortal attifa Jarre a part of this our1 arf. strong enough to land. Itoach and That earthlyao Ufa. Williams aUo want down In defeat. ' Thejr are our rerr own: Of course, ever) thing was rosy and rrom them from them alona ) harmonious, but for some that class NolhlnK ran ui eitrange Nor bllsht autumnal; no. nor wtnUT of harmouy was a bitter pill. Hob chance. Piatt, Joe Iletinett, Tom Dillon, Judge The mtilnlRht momenta keep II. P. lUiuluy. F. 8. Moore. Dick Hess A place for them; and thoush wa wake to weep. 3Hd others feigned to be enthusiast They are beelda us: still. In Joy, In pain-- In over the result and made rousing every crucial hour, they com araln. . i liar-iMo- Pay for Keeps. In regnrd to I Calfskin; just the style that satisfies. Come in and see the Kermit, and the other advance Net- "the cost of a horse," soven-elghth- The annoyance of cleaning away mow or litter from the ordinary winging door before It can be opened ean be easily avoided by employing the limple sliding door shown in Illustration This is exceptionally useful on the sheep or hog house, and may be employed on other buildings where a winging door would be in the way when opened. Tho door is constructed In the usual manner und then arranged on the building to slide up or down In two tracks or grooves, which may be made by nailing two boards together with the edge of one overlapping the s ne on tho sldo ot building. Two are placed at tho top of these put-ey- tleton Styles. H. E. Curlin Jodie Grant, of Mayfield, was hero Tuesday. If goods dont suit and prices dont suit, dont buy. Hickman Furniture Co. Haydcn Freeman, of Fulton, was In town on business Monday. Hayden says Fulton will make an effort to have tbo Curtlss aviators with them at tho opening of their fair this year. This feature will coat $700. Dont Imagine that you will bo tho favored ono in our system of cosh or coupons. Tho drivers will bo charged up with their trip and must either bilng In cash, coupons or tho left over lco. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Some bachelor editor discussed mar Man that rled llfo In this manner: la married to woman is of many days nnd full of trouble. In the morning ho draw'ft his salary and In the behold It Is gone; It goeth ho know not where. He ependeth his shekels In the purchase of fine linen to cover tho bosom of his family, yet he Is seen at the gates of tho city with but ono suspender. Ho goeth forth as an ox or ass, and draweth the chariot of bis offspring. He rises clad in tho chilly garments of the night, and seeketh tho somnambu-hin- t y paregoric which hcaleth Uie bawl of his offspring. Yes, he Is altogether wretched nnd full of misery. Wide Is tho road and broad tho way that leadcth to tho gates of matrimony, and many thero bo that go In thereat" ev-eiilcol-llck- three-yeorol- d 'ii .' I LaVfcSTOC KTTTTTDoor In Position. rxooves and weights equal to the weight of door suspended by ropes, attached to the door. This permits tho door to be opened to any holght desired, where It may be fastened eo as to allow tho small pigs to have access to thu yard, when It Is to desired to keep the mother In the pen. ii-- Notes d $JV CHEAP SHELTER FOR STOCK Herewith to Shed Shown In Illustration Will Protect Twenty-Flv- e Thirty Steers. Everything: New A cheap shelter for Btock Is made by setting posts eight feet apart, eight feot high on one side and six feet on tho other sldo, making the 6hed 12 feet wide and 40 feot long. Hoof runs one way, aud north sldo and ends are box"!, with a gate at each end and CURLEE S2.50.S3.30. r in Men's Wear can now be found at LEIBOVITZ HfcA-WShed for 23 or 30 Head. Ts -- S.fj OO. rack running the full length ot shed on south side. A shod ot this stro will or thirty shelter twenty-fivsteers. e d fir 11 mil IN' 1 are now ready for yonr inspection, and most dially invite you to come in and be convinced that I can save you money on every purchase. Sealshipt are pure, nourishing oysThey como direct from the coast to our store uuder seal. We sell them from a cleanly white aud bluo porcelain enamelled refrigerator, Trunks, suit cases and hand bags which Insures tho gunulno. Unlike all at u great Having. Lutbovltz. other oysters Infinitely bettor. Kill-sollros. Thero will bo no services ut tho us. rrcHbyterian Church next Sunday Moses Kzeklel, of Home, Italy, the tbo minister is attending Presbytery famous cvculptor, is doing a bronze this week at Dyer, Tumi. statue of Gen. Stonewall Jackson, tor Daughters of tho Confederacy at Tho Ladles of tho Presbyterian the gen Wednes- Charleston, V. Va. This Is tho Church will have a baznar on tleman with wliom the Daughters of day. Anrll 12. nUthe homo of Mrs. S. Confederacy of Hickman uro neL. IJodds, from 2 to 5, consisting ot the gotiating relative to making tho Mem nnnu mauo nrucica oi uiuuiuiuurjr, gateway of tho city drawn work und point luce. Homo orial arch at tho cemetery. He proposes to put iu thu mndo cream und cake and homo made candies may bo hud ut reasonable work ut cost, and will likely make tho arch this summer. priced. i' ' t -' ter meats. n uWh'th mi Ik Wis M&. z&zZS' 'J 1 H. E. Curlin .' -- rltfrltirtt.rfii an MirVrmiTaniiliii i'iMi '- -' -- " m&KWj yiua ooooooooooooooooooo o o SUNDAY EGGS GIVEN o TO THE CHURCH, o o Lancaster. Mrs. J. M. Cross, o who is the champion poultry raiser frH.it iti...(--"t- t I I i"l' c of the Preachersvillo section, has c a untquo plan for tho disposition c of her poultry proceeds. She do- o nates tho money from the sale of c her Sunday gathering of eggs to o religious contributions. She found o the Sunday eggs for January and o February were 29 dozen and sold c them at on average price of Ki'j o cents, which amounted to almost n ft for tho two months. ' o ooooooooooooooooooo oul-ce- J o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o I The Honeymoon I aflfei Jul,,), Heard On the Streets ,i(i,,,....ii a ),,....MmMi,. inii. & Co. .... The Edison i Seo our special offer. LUMBER C Iloynolds-Mos- Heed spent Sunday In Dyers-bur- g April jrunruioW&vSmu Born, Friday, to tho wlfo of Geo. Buck, a sou. W. J. Logan vith hit family. B C Records! Have some GOOD things among some : them-her- e's spent Sunday here Sullivan, of Mnjflold, was In was here llukmnn Saturday. J I The List Was Delayed. r Although very nearly ovory of the Kentucky National Guard has volunteered for senlco at tho maneuvers In Texas and California, the list of those to bo recommended for service was never sent to tho war department. As a result It was sent out that Kentucky was one of the few states which had failed to send in a iit F Ieo, of Clayton, week on business. Pay cash and save money on your coal bills. A. A. Farls. Jack Screw r for rent nt Hickman Jod Shop Rural I'hono 3C. Somewhere- Irving Gillette nnd Chorus. Under the Yum Yum Tree Collins nnd Hnrlnn. Put Your Arms Around Me Honey Adn Jones - list. The list, as prepared by the adjutant general's otllce, was submitted 10 the governor for his approval, but he was rushed with business and worried over Mrs. Wlllson's illness, so did lot approve. He said It was too important a matter to hurry over and ho wanted time to consider before approving the list. Pardon Granted Escape. A pardon was granted to Burbrldgo TCJng, who escaped from a camp of s s 20 years ago and eluded the since. lite real name will never be known, fe was convicted when 17 years old .n Bath county and sentenced to the enltontiary for 10 years. Ho Is now u prosperous railroad man in Illinois, ivnd Goy. Wlllson soys he has no dls itosKion to em barrens him. Louis Lyon, of Unooln county, serving a sentence for manslaughter, also wa pardoned. con-viotolH-cer- tius Mlas Irene Fnrls Is visiting nnd friends In St Louis. r')u nnd chorus. Miss Dertlt G!our spent Sumlu) ' iih Mr and Mrs. Slide Nalfeli. Mrs I toy Clnrk, of Statu Line, was in town latter part of last week. Everything In lumber and builders' hardware at Reynolds-Mos& Co. s 11 f K Curlln, Alvln Thrulkuld and il Shaw wpent Sundny in MomphK Standard garden seed of every description at Uottcrs worth & Pralber's. Miss Myrtle Walker spont Sunday nnd Monday with friends In Union Stop, Stop, Stop Billy Murrny. Swing Me High, Swing Me Low Miss Spencer nnd Mr. Ormsby. Will Oakland nnd Chorus. Home to Our Mountains "II Trovntorc" Mnry Jordnn nnd Hnrry Anthony. Little Annie Rooney Arthur Clough. Come, Josephine, In My Flying Machine Adn Jones, Billy Murrny nnd chorus. Peek-a-Boo- Intercollegiate Debating Contest. W. C. SchultK, J. F. Druner and J. v O. Gill have been selected to repro- Bent State university in tho Inter collegiate debating contest this spring. State's, representatives will meet Central unlvercity's team, the latter taking the affirmative on the following nubject: "Resolved, That the amend went to the Constitution of the United Slates permitting the levying of an income tax by the federal government in accordance with tho principle of uniformity should be ratified by tho Btates." The contest will be held held Make Home Beautiful. Bank Will Change Name nt State university the latter part of April ljist year State defeated Georgetown and Central. Transylvania and Nothing beautifies tho home Tho Hickman Bank has almost the two winners thereforo are to meet grounds like a few well selected rosrounded out 26 years of usefulness, this year. es. The Courier is going to make it und by conservative, Judicious manpossible for every one of Its readers agement has beon placed In tho ranks Exemption From Taxes. In order that manufacturing institu- to beautify his or her homo grounds of tho financial Gibraltar of Kentions in cities in Kentucky to get the without a cent of cost. Wo will send tucky. benefit of Section 170 of the constitu- you tho six overblooming On April 18, 1S8C, this Institution tion, exempting them from taxation, roses described below, absolutely free fhe Institutions must be new, and if of charge if you will send us only A'aa opened for business, nnd Its char ft ?j '.hey are organized out of manufactur $1.25 to pay for tho Courier one year ter will oxplro on that dnte next ing vaiauiiBiiiiiuuio niruuuy iuuiu:u u and The Farmer & Stockman one month. On April 19th. there will be no Hickman Bank, but Instead It Milt he city they will not be given the benefit of the exemption laws. The court year. What is more, wo will send be under he utiplionloii of appeals decided this point In tho you complete instructions on planting name of Hickman Bank & Trust Co. case of Jones Bros., Castlcman & and caru with each collection. These papers were flM Incorporation Blakemore against tho city of Louis- instructions aro written by an Ohio Monday with County Clerk Ilo-r- , ville, affirming the Judgment of the florist, one of the most successful on signed by Hon. It. T. Tyler. W. II Jefferson circuit court. This firm had earth. llaltser, C. G. Schlonker, Gen. II. A been organized out of a number of The roses will bo sent postpaid by Tyler, II. L. Amborg, W. C. Johnaon Arms In Louisville, and seeking the tax exemption were assessed by tho Tho Farmer & Stockman direct from and Cashlor W. C. Rood. county assessor and forced to pay the tho florist in Ohio, any time you wish Thero Is likoly to be Uttlo If any You can order tho collection now, be- change In tho Bank's management or taxes. fore tho supply is exhausted and have policies, but Cashlor Heed bolluvos in State Hitching Post. them shipped any time you wish be- keeping up with tho procession, und The state of Kentucky has a hitch-J- fore May 1st. tiny facilities necessary to keep up rack and yet nobody can be found Roses may bo planted any tlmo be- with their business will who will assume tho responoIMUty tween this and May 1st. Better or be mado adequate. Its a way ho has. for erecting tho rack. The hitching rack, which is Just to the west of tho der now before the supply is exhaust'two mJllloa dollar capital, cost prob- ed. Thousands nro ordering these ably 2.75 ta place and consists of plants now, und tho supply may be Box couches mado to ordor. Want. three or four wooden posts with Iron exhausted if you wait until April to If you want carpenter work done, piping, unpointed, run through the order. Tho Farmer & Stockman will tops. There it stands, alongside tho hold tho roses for you until jou aro call on or phone G. L. Collins, Homo . driveway around the now oapltol, In ready to plant them. Do not take Photo, startling contrast with tho magnlfl-cen- t chances by waiting. The rnln of Saturday night wan building. The hitching rack welcome. A month's dry weath looks like the kind used In Harrods-bur- g behind the oourthouso, about our word; try us. Hick- er had put the fanners out of busi- Don't take which so much fuss was mado soveral man Furniture Co. ri' as yea re ednco. Yot Prank P. James, ntate auditor, who has chargo of the Troundfl at the oapltol, denies that he had anything to do with the erection of the rack. Ho says it ought no to he there as It in too cheap looking for : tlb location in which it La. zTO ALL OWNERS OF I I I 9 M The best sewing machine in the world for the price, and fully equal to the $60 machine. 7 Drawers, Automatic Lift Ball Bearing, Easy Running H H H fliy F.vun Fnrls arrived hero Saturday frum Burdetto, Ark., to visit home folks Buy Almond Ellison Bros.: John Iaiudenlalt who was Will sell on Installments. Ellison Bros. I I I nldi nta of the lowii. i More. 30 ht-r- t UIUikg Mr Let us figure on Uiat bill of lum- data left HltkHuui about SO )ror ago Tho Courier baa the finest lint ber Reynolds Mosa & Co., In cer- settling In Toxan. wlum h has a 1912 calendar a&niplua that win cotton gin and other lutrau. Mr tiorated. mju lu Hickman, uow ready for , Uiu.lrdal was a im(4iw of Om ku Inspection. PatrunUe the home If prices and quality will get your Mondial Tom Dillon. trade, we are lL Hickman Furniture and savu sMosuian'a ripensea of Coinpairy. LEST YOU FORGET the place to bout :& por cent. Calcudara sul get building material, paints, oil, tur- for all linos nt bujlm'ta; ace then Mrs Harry Throlkold has returned from a visit to relatives und friend pentine, and alt necessaries In build- our officii, or our rfprrseuUtlve i ing and finishing a house, even to call at your p!no4 of Luftlncss u New Orleans. luy at home. the guttering, Is at W. A. Doddi. Mrs. Guy Bobbins, and children, or Vuyflold, are tim guasta of her motli- r, Mrs. M. Amborg. th older Thoroughbred Jersey male nt my furm. Service 11, positively cash In advance. B. C. Stubbs. 3p Miss Llnnle Throlkold, of Wood land, Is tho guwit of her brother, II II. Throlkuld. and family. born "Fortune's Witch Hazel and .iid pared h're and wtij known o Cream" at Cowglira Drug Trade at Home, d The Regal Particular women use Helm's Witch Hazel Cream Lotion for their com plexion. Ask your druggist. Mis Alex Adams has resigned h r poosllion as assistant In tho poxtnf fine on account or her health. loro A. P. Thurmond, of Itlplxy, was Hovorul days last on busl iiosh with the Mengel Box Co. wk Be careful about your clothes. Let Schmidt, the Tailor, clean and press them and be on tliu safe side. - over-growin- g FOB SALK: Full stock Ilhode Island Bed Kggs at 75c por setting of 17. Nannie Self, FBI) 1, Hlokiunn Mrs. A. A. Fnrlu and Uttlo daugh-tu- r return d last week from a Hit to her mother In Now Madrid, Mo Don't buy now furniture got your old pieces repnlrcd and upholstered Chas. Ward, over Fuo.ua, Holm & C Mrs. Phons Glhbs, of Nashville, and Mrs. John Bell, of Union City visited Mrs. Swnn Burrus last week 32-3- v.-t- Upholstering of every description. Bring in your old furniture, nnd get It fixed up. Ward, over Furjtni Helm & Co. Will Make Test Case. Intimation of the probability of a, test euft to construe the new parole law has been received by tho prison commission and it Is understood that the suit is to be filed on behalf of Tamos Parrlsh, convicted In Owens-jor- o of bank frauds and now serving n term in the penitentiary. Tho point will be whether a convict, who ia obeyed tlie prison rules to the letter can be released on parolo by an tctton la court, without tho prl&un oommlmion acting. Edison Phonographs We have an exceedingly good proposition to make you, that will enable you to obtain a large number of the best Edison Records Mrs. W. J. Harper and Mrs. It It Burnett were tho guests of Mrs. Bet tie Iloper, near State Lino ono day last week. Remember, If you don't send the cash with your coal order, I charoo you 10 per cent extra for collecting. A. A. Fans. A. M. Tyler returned Monday from a week's trip to Benton, Mo., on bus luesti, and a visit to 10. C.Nowiiinn 25.00 This is the Range we clnim is equal in cooking qualities nnd durability to nny other costing twice the money. A Steel Range, 0 Hole Top High Warming Closet, Galvanized Reservoir Side Feed Pouch, Large Oven Burns Coal or Wood, Economical of Fuel Bakes to Perfection Wc will sell on installment when desired. nnd wlfo In Memphis. This Is the time for spring fencing. New carload Pittsburgh Perfect fence received. Absolutely guaranteed. Let us show you. W. A, Dodds. pain In tho side or back that catches you when you straighten up alls for a rubbing application of BALLAJID'S SNOW LINIMENT. It el ax ea the contracted muscles and lermlts ordinary bodily motion without suffering or inconvenience. Price !5c. COc and SI per bottle. Sold uy A -- Come see us for Particulars. I If you aro going to build, repair Iiouho and wnut good work dono seo B. S. Elliott at Hlckmnu Job Shop. Rural Phono 30. or movo a Iickman Drug Co. 5 Fortune's Witch Hazel and Almond Cream for sale at Cowglll's Drug' Store. 30 . Ellison Brothers ., Mrs. Overton and Bon, who aro visiting hor son, B. Housloy, nnd family, went to Nashvlllo last week to attend Uio wedding of her son, Bob Ovortou, returnlug hero Friday J Ellison IBros.i IwMfcrjw lAfaaA - . - T-w- r rt- - FINE CHANCE FOfl INVENT0R9 tflHa j8Swf&T Wfltr' NJffx- inwnt Booth Dsmsnd (or Tslsphon Sliding Door That Will Really Slid. For Sprains HINTS Buccen low NOVCT a ON COOKING If GAME FolD- Sure Theae the Cook Will Simple tjnentor are requested by suffering "Yorkers to axerclse tbetr Ingonu tr od a telephone booth vltdlDR door at will ronllr sl'do. Heading ths pe V m li tho name of a woman who had t.rlju ixprienco In a drug atora -, J irection. i"W"w i tamn lrmlrtn nr niif? merely wipe It with a cloth wrung um in not water Madly shot blrrll .Imnl.l nnt l, bung long Tho IfllKth of tlmn Mrrf ti hunr IllUSt dL'tiend on th tlia atatn of tho bird and Individual tasto olilpe, woodcock and nlover should ucver bo "drawn" TIU tl.H lllfHfl If IW..IM.I ..!. .Irlni Instead of using skowersfor tho lat-tt- tr make hole throuuh which the Juices "scape. Tlo a slice of fat linran nvor Iha breat of each bird to keep It from dry-lu- g WRah arn two booth In that atora are ty ildo," aha aald. "The t a tig aa match boiea and ar at the top ao when there la a u strest nolaoa the conversation In - u t an be heard In the other. One tion llsluattig to a long and In-from the a utii.s communication up, I beard a man & I bad cnllod e adjoining box ask for the num- f our onn telephone up town. r ,.'ly he aald: "Can't you gut Df course Central letitralT" t get ui, fur I learned afterward j' even the uiald wat home, to Lg off aud left the booth. I ua moat auiluus to detain blm 1 lusulted xny tuvssagv. 1 earn hi i J fur life by aaylng: "I can't lis- t.j any more now, but might Just i u wtll have let her finish, for I du t gut out of that booth. 1 pull 1 and tugged at the door, but It ..Mb t buJge. tin ally a drug dura u.i out. but the man had got away i at time and I don't know to this tiu li m or what hu wanted to ,a Imagine having to go through v lth a myatery like that unaolvud. j telephone company cannot equip nt booths -with movable door too a 1 think , ;,r unhnr 'WNMD "Gave imm Mill ui' Me Instant Relief" "I fell and and was in terrible pain. I could net use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Liniment. The first application gae me instant relief and I tan now use my armaswellaseer." Mks II. U. Si'HINmi-kon Flora St., Klizabeth, N. J. , iprjinrtl my arm eled. Came, except partridges and pheasants. Is usually lued ellghtly under-doThis la especially the case with Hal and wild duck. Never pour gravy over goino, but sere It separately In a hot tureen. Tho correct accompaniments to all gume are bread sauce, frlod crumbs, good gravy and botatoea fried In anr Haste nil game ery thoroughly; otherwise It will becomo dry and shriv- fashion. SLOANS LINIMENT is an excellent antiseptic and germ killer heals cuts, burnt, wounds, and contusions, and will draw the poison from sting of poi sonous insects. NOVEL AND USEFUL Can BRACKET the Be Put Up Anywhere In House or Folded Into Small Space. To those who havo to make the most of every Inch of apaco In home or office-- the bracket devised by a New York man will appeal strongly. Tho brocket consists of two heavy wlro arms, shaped Ilka a letter "U" and having lateral extensions at the ends which fasten In two plates that are screwed Into wall or door, liolow and between these plates Is a third, which HOW TO MAKE PULLED BREAD Rtiip by High Authority Makt Op tratlon Caay and Buo cful. i he following recipe for pulled bread 2Cc, COe and SI 00 i'ven by a high authority: Have rady a loaf of dough such aa would ba hMan'a ImhjL nn rj fur ordinary bread Divide the tinr., raltle, .lirrt bm.I uiillry i"l trrr. parts, Itoll thess eight ' Ibtu Ail c Into strand the Ivngth of the Dr. Earl S. Sloan, llrald tluao strands as If c4 tr wrre strip of tape. Press out Botton, Mu, USA. braided inaas until It la about the u- - f the It rise In the pan an. an f ihea bake It like an ordinary loaf. y' n It come from the oven let It JUDGE WISE i aul undisturbed for about ten or fit- mlnutea, tht'U tear It apart Into Buslneis Philosopher g thin pieces Spread these over but I urn of a UrgtJ dripping pan or it a t tin tiitmt Hake again, this K'O 'N'" In i very hut oven, until crisp and vn It will take nbout a quarter of. an hour Bvrvi hot This bread, so! ..... i . ...I.. -- III. . ....... ... -- v. ... ay also be served at simple lunch. .L with coffee or chocolate To be t right at meat time the work of paring It must be carefully timed, ' e bread stiould be ready to slip Into e oven about one and three quarters urs before time for serving The iad. however, mar ba tirenared. aa ai si Its first baking Is concerned, at I, bt time and then reheated when de- v Ired, but It Is not quite so nice as, when newly prepared, m Mr in C" h We axe authorized to announce S. A. NORMAN, 8 genuine On Monday, April 10, 1911, it be- of Mayfleld, as a candidate for State ing the first day of tho April termof Senate from tho district composed of If Its anything In tho lumber or thoAprll term of tho Fulton County tho counties of Graves, Fulton and & Court, at tho Court House door, In Hickman, subject to the action of tho building line, go to Reynolds-Mos- s Hickman, Ky I will sell to tho high- Democratic Primary Election, on May Co., Incorporated. est bidder for caBh for taxes duo tho 27, 1911. That old rocker or couch needs State and County of Fulton and cost and varnishing. Take It Wo aro authorlzeu to announce of sale for year 1910, the following to Ward, over Fuqua, Helm & Co, or W. A. FROST, described real estato assessed In tho phone 94. All work guaranteed. of Wlngo, a candidate for tho State nauiw of tho following: Ono Dollar added In each caso for Senate from the district composed Don't forget to renew your subof the counties of Fultou, Hickman scription to the Courier. The paper advertising: and Graves, subject to the action of stops when tho time Is out no exFulton Precinct (White) the Democratic Primary Election nn ceptions. Mrs. Anna He ttors worth, 30 acres May 27, 1911. Kennedy for Insurance. land, value $820. tax and cost J11.C5. Mrs. II. II. DlvoiiM, 2Vi acres laud, value $1950, tax and cost $23.94. 0 Mrs. J. M. Drown, 1 lot, valuo tax and cost, $12.30. , saBevBesnpjaij I) W. Hughes, 4 lots, valuo $4555, t -r flavavavL-2ir111 in TiT ' tax and cost, $5C.C9. Mrs. Hello Johnson, 3 lots, value $3800, tax aud cost. $43.93. J J. Jones, 1 lot, value $1200, tax and cost JIG 18 W I) Jones, 1 lot, valuo $700, tax and cost, $3.8G. F M McUIn, 1 lot, .alue $1750, tax and cost, $20.77. J U. McNeely, 1 lot, value $800, tax and ctwt, $10 04. i: O Ntx, 1 lot, value $1500, tax and cost, $17.95. Mrs. Ida Nonner, 1 lot, valuo $1C00, into one of the marble basins we are pretax and cost, $21.79. pared to put in your bath room, you'll at J. II. Hvans, 1 lot, valuo $475, tax and cost, $7.97. last know the luxury there is in modern J IJ. Peoples, 1 lot, valuo $900, tax plumbing. Our shower baths, too, are and cost, $20.34. Mrs Dora Sadler, land, valuo simply splendid. We are putting them in tax aud coat, $4C19. Mrs. I.. K. Sharp. 1 lot, valuo $250' houses all over town. Why don't you have tax and cost, $3.83. one. The cost will not be excessive. I. I Thomas, land, valuo $1000, tax uirtl coHt $13.70. Dick Thompson, 60 acres, value tax and cost $18.28. J. A Trvggs, 1 lot, value $C00, tax Both Phones Mo. 73 and cost $9 40. Ulyses Wright, 1 lot, value $450, tax and cost $7.70. $1,-00- Sheriff's Sale for Taxes, ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Colds That Hang On Are readily cured by Dr. Bell's It relieves the cold and stops the cough. There Is only ono ummAmmmmti -. m t- f When You Plunge Your Hands -- m . $4,-00- 0. i til (S 1 $1,-39- 5, Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co It ' o slW Fulton Precinct (Colored) Hmmett Alexander, 1 lot, value $150 tax und cost, $5.81. Tom Lyons, 1 lot, value, $200,tax aud cost $5.9G. W. M. Martin, 1 lot. value $200, tax und cost, $0.50. Henry Smith, 1 lot, valuo $150, tax and cost, JC.83, Jordan Williams, 1 lot, valuo $300, tax and cost, $7.35. holds a pulr of supporting arms, the ends of which fasten In circular loops In the longitudinal arms and hold them upright. The whole apparatus can be put up anywhere In a few mlnutea and taken down as easily. When not In uso the supporting arms can be slipped out of place and the bracked folded against wall or door. A board can be placed across the top of needed. Hickman Precinct (White) Tom Ilcntou lot OH, valuo $1420, tax und cost $25.70. J. II. l'evk, 227 acres, vuluo $1100, tux and cost, $18.53. J. O. Itynu and wife, 1 lot W. 11.. valuo $1100, tax and cost, $21.03. acres, Mrs. Sally Williams, 22 value $250, tux aud cost $4.20. W. Zj. Salmon, SO acres, value $400, tax nnd cost $0.19. fiik1mmtpiiAmA$j . if r ; TAKE NOTICE... USERS OF WATER AND LIGHTS a i . ; ; ; ; : ; I -- ; ; ; : : ; ; ' kWWK ' ".Maiiy n man would lm up nisnlnst Dances at Otrman Court Ball. It If bo hnd to furnish proofs of bin Mother's Fried Cakes. "Do you reversnt" was a queatloa HrroiiipllHliineiitn." Maya tho Juilgtf. Hickman Precinct (Colored) Stir to a cream two cups of sugar Ducking of the 0. Waltters at the "hut tho Hickman Dnu; Co can provo and four tableapoonfuls of softened Will Dennett, lot KH, value $300. ham palace state balls are debarred up every l.il when It cornea to butter or drippings. Add one cup tax aud cost, $7.98. from "reversing." Uerman court of milk and water, two well beateach mid DrUKH" regulation go even further, and forDiehard Hooker, lot UH, valuo $75, en eggs, four teaspoonfuls of baking bid waldlng altogether powder altted In four cups of flour, a tax and cost $3.70. This veto datea back to 1889, when Annie Carter, lot KH. valuo $250, teaspoouful of salt and cinnamon or Kmpress Frederick, then crown prln nutmeg to flavor. Add enough more tux and cost, $4.53. was tripped up by her psrtner ets, flour to make a soft dough, cut In Jennie Clark, 2 lots OA, value in a waits, and fell at the feet of ring or twists and drop Into a kettle $150, tax aud cost $3.10. mother-Ilaw. Empress Augusta, of boiling fat When the cakes rise Susan Guy, lot WH, value $100, tax a despot ob the score of etlqaettn, for and brown on one sldo turn deftly on Inclusion of walttea thencelade the the other without piercing the cruller, and cost $2.40. Duck Mllner lira., lot KH, valuo forth Is all balls at the New palace. tbon as soon as browned lift out on Bo far the kaiser baa resisted the browu paper. When nearly cool roll $500, lax and cost $8.03. pressure brought to bear on him to Deed Hrs., 2 lots KH, value $200, In powderod sugar If desired. revive the waits. Dancing at the tax and cost $4.34. We have several fine tracts of Herlln court always opens with a John IUngo, lot KH, value $150, tax Dottom Land, belov Hickman, polonaise, and the rest of tho proSweet Pickled Apples. aud cost $5.S0. gram is filled with quadrilles and for sale, also some West HickA delicious pickle U thus, made Wanton Tally, lot EH, valuo $250, polkas, the schottlsches and the from sweet apples. Cut In halves tax and cost $8.28. man lots for half their real m&surkas. through tho otem, leaving the coro In value Now is the time to in Nathan Tally, 6 lots EH, valuo $C50 and the skin on. Put three cloves In vest in real estate in and around each half as In pickling peaches, then tax and cost $12.94. Cores Flooding Hair Market C. C. Thompson, lot EH, valuo $500 make a sirup, allowing for every You can see prices Hickman Rats, switches, puffs and human halt pound of apples throe pounds of sugar tax and cost $10.42. structures nro coming down In pries, growing. and a pint of vinegar. Add a few Mima Upbhaw, 60 acres, aluo $760, These aro about tho only thing In tb cassia buds or pieces of stick cinna- tax und cost $15.09. Call on or address mc at market that show a tondency to deput the fruit In and cook It un-ti- l mon, Tony Doiialson 1 lot, valuo $500,tax crease. Tho cause is a political one, Hickman. It can be pierced with a splint. the annexation of Corfu by Japan, the sirup and cost, $10.01. I'ack tha apples In Jars, cook Hlnoe the Coreans have become a part Tally Hrs., N& WH lot, vnluo $200, a Uttlo longer until thickened and pour Business Phone No. 15 of the Japanese umpire they have been tax $4.20. over tho fruit. cutting off their "top knots." Darbert ' Casste Thomas, lot WH, value $200, on the peninsula have been kept re tax und cost $4.20. markably busy and tons and tons o Molded Snow. hair have been put on the market. Th Sassafras Ridge. three tabloapoous cornstarch Mix greater part of hair ued In puffs and T. I,. Curr, 20 acres, value $150,tnx with cold water to pour, add to one rata comes from the far cast. Ttiers pint of water, and cook ten inlotues: aud cost $C50. Is getting to be a regular glut of hall of add two tablespoons sugar, Juiceeggs on the market. The result may be that Lodgton. lemon and the whites of two the women will pttu more of the fals All partloB holding claims ugiilnst Mrs. M. J. Oruhum, 67 acres, valuo beaten stiff. variety on their head, thus keeping th tho wtato of Coo W ItoberlM. deet-uCustard Sauco for Borne. Scalds $500, tax and cost $7.50. price up, but dealers along fifth ave- od, uro hereby notified to pronent ono Pint of milk; mix four J, M. House, 40 acres, vulue$800, nue promise that curls and artificial sugar, two toaspoons cort tax and cost $13.90. Hiiino, In proper form, to tho underIswltehas shall be cheaper. eggs, nlguvd administrator on or before Mnfl starch, add the yolks of tho two In Cayce Precinct (White) J NO quarter oup of cold milk. SUr 1, 1U11, or bo forever burred scalded milk, and cook Ave minute. M3 Mrs.. Julia Hausberry, 1 lot, vuluo 20,000 Tubes 1'YLU, Admr. $1300, tax and cost $18.97. Of Sutherland's Kaglo Bye Salvo sold acres, Mrs. Salllo D. Morrow, 13 In 1D08 and not ono word of complain Good, Soft Gingerbread. i.Vr inmni(iuHR. infliinii'l lunr.s or oup ol valuo $300, tax and cost $4.S9. though every tube wriB sold under a Four cupb of flour, one-hal-f positive guarantvo. It la good for Irritating cougha UAU.AUD'S balm. butter or lard, one cup of molasses, SYHU1 la a healing nothing but tho eyos. Aak your drug-LisCayce Precinct (Colored) one teaspoon of sods 8 It doeH Its work quickly and thor- one cup of milk . ginger. Heat tho moJoo Doss, 1 lot, vuluo $200, tux and oughly. Prlco 25c, DOc and ?1 per and tho same of lasses aud add the shortening and cost $C29. botllo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. U It pays to pay cash for your coal. milk. 81ft tho soda aud flour -gether. whllo dry. Havo a buttered A. A. Farla. liquid to ths Dont tfall to read our special offer The Courier wants nil tho local now pan ready and add the as you pour. elsewhere In this lssuo. Six roso jut by degrees, stirring couuty, deaths, births, marThere Is only One Pine Tar Honey In Fulton bushes, all a year old and fine varieBake In a hot oven. That 1b Dr. Uoll'u. It U tho original riages, oiitertuluuiuuts, visitors from ties, given freo. Now la the time to und can be relied on In croup, coldti, abroad, etc., aud will bo obliged If ough Harrows, all sizes. Hick-nu- get and set out tho flowera you havo Folding and nil lung and bronchial people will notify us by calling at been wautlng. troubles Look for tbo bell ou tho tho office or telephoning a Uuv. Hardware Co. Dottle, 8 -r n : : : ; : : Owing to the fact that some of our customers are dita tory in paying their Water and Lights Accounts, which are due and payable at our office ON OR BEFORE THE 10th of each month, we wish to announce that in the future the rule governing this branch of our business will be enforced to the letter. Our Collector will make collections on Main street only, between the 1st and 10th of each month, and will call but one time for this account. Failure to see you does not ex empt you from the penalty of being cut off. Parties living in the outskirts of the city will please arrange to either send check or money, or make arrangements with one of the banks to pay their accounts. . m' .. il J : : ; ; : : : : Don't think that you will be the favored one as we will enforce the rule regardless of exceptions. , B. G. Hale Real Estate Hickman Ice Incorporated Coal Co. MMII(Ib Word to Everybody Who Values His Eyes A eye demands better light and better light was ever before possible, is now, available everybody. You get it by using Westing-'hous- e Wire Type Tungsten lamps. Also you get and a half times as much light as is given by two ordinary incandescent lamps consuming the same amount of current. We want you to try these lamps and decide if you can afford not to use them. J. T. DILLON, Manager ,u Final Settlement. s table-spoon- THE n , 1IOHK-HOUN- t. fill Hickman Ice ar. Coal Co. jr., avisi. r. (Incorporated) xjixjXjOdnt, i 1 -- il nk: $ nfosjfr.'-?- I V .S. The Courier s Weekly Sermon , -- lly I'ASTtlU IttSSKIL T ft 1 LESS1ECASH THEKINGDQM OF HEAVEN DLBEJST Ey. Lump Goal X3133CX VJ11IX33 X HICKMAN rf MARBLE (Hurcvisor to II. KfcTAHUHHKt) WORKS IWA TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. t, ItsmtiUKS, il cvuj Pittsburg Lump Coal (Cash with order). Bon Air Lump Kentucky Lump ' . 4:.90 NO COMMON LEVEL THERE. J 4.75 4.75 A When cash does.not accompany order I charge 10 extra for making collection, which will make the prices as follows : Star DIffereth From Star" "Greatest and Least In the Kingdom" John the Baptist's Humblo Position. Kit A Ton Triwll A Let me save you money on your coal. if lilt1'!! i Marble and Granite aLaHiiy(aWcs HBHECjHpr Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF KINDS, IRON FENCING Hickman, A Pittsburg Lump Coal 5.25 Bon Air Lump Coal 5.25 Kentucky Coal Prices based on delivery within the city limits. Parties out of tovn desiring to haul their own coal will be allowed 40 cents per ton deduction from prices quoted. You can leave your order, accompanied with cash, at the office of Hickman Ice & Coal Co., or phone 48 if you you wish order sent C. O. D. No one has authority to extend credit, so don't ask for it. I will appreciate your patronage, an J by selling strictly for cash can give you security against an exorbitant advance in prices. $5.40 Itorlln, Germany, March 20. Pastor Russell delivered three addresses here today oue of them to STAHR STEVE PHONES BOTH places In Hie Kingdom. These shall tie whom the I'ather pr fers, us the Ucdeemor explatued to His two earnest followers, who asked that they might sit. one on Ills right hand and the other on Ills left hand In the Kingdom (Mnltliew XX. 21). KentucKv m A. A. FARIS A. M. Attorney-at-La- 2 Special Clubbing Offers, TYLERi 4 w and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. ZXlolunnu, Ky. Office with Judge B. T. Davis Every reader of the Courier can secure all of the six beautiful ever, blooming rose bushes described below without charge. They are all well rooted one year old plants, guaranteed to reach you In good condition. Each collection will bo accompanied with full Instructions on planting and care. ; ! Gash Book Store Splendid Selection New Books Stationery Post Cards, Notions, etc. Call and SeeOurHtock BLACK ItOSE The Black Rose marks the highest attainment of the hybridizers skill. For grace, form and color the large beautiful flowers ,; look as If they were cut from tho heaviest dark rich velvet. WHITE KILIiARNEY--Th- o wonder ful new "Irish Beauty" unfolding broad wax like petals Into enormous semi-ful- l flowers of pure snow white. PIIESIDENT TAFT It Is a strong, robust, vigorous grower. The flowers are faultlessly formed, extra large and double, the color an exquls-lt- o shade of bright sparkling pink. YELLOW KAI9EIUN It Is a robust, healthy grower, very hardy bush on which great masses of exquisite golden yellow roses are borne. RHEA BEID Great masses of largo double flowers of tho richest velvety red are produced on the whole bloom. Ing season. DOROTHY PERKINS In habit of bloom, It Is extremely free, producing flowers In lmmenso clusters. Tho Everything te Mary Berendes & Co. color is an exquisite shade of clear shell pink. Send US nnlv I1.2T. te mv tnr tho Courier on vpnr nntl Thn Knrmop J& Stockman ono year and we will send you these six beautiful everbloomlng roses postpaid and absolutely frco of charge. Thlft In ihn prnntoat nttar- nvn, matt and it may be withdrawn April first-Ordnow before the supply Is ex uausiea. Address all orders to th Hlrkman Courier, Hickman, Ky. - . KELLY SMITH JHtorney'dt'Law Clinton, Kentucky I Onuttnth of !t fees to ChrtstUnltv. JUST THOUGHTS; Business Directory -- ASK It Is a wise woman who knows when to resent unfamlllarlty. No woman over acquired IN PROPHECY"; on "HEREAFTER," and the third, which wo report, from the text, "Of t ho.ie bom of womau there Is not a greater prophet than John thn Baptist, but (he least In tho Kingdom of Heaven Is greater than be" (Luke Very large and Interested vll. 23). He leaves toaudiences attended. night for Copeubugen and Stockholm. Crowd of Jews are reported to havo heard him durlug the last three days Budapest, Lemuers and In Ylenun, Krakow, There can be no better Illustration of the sharp line of distinction between the earthly and the heavenly classes and their railing than Is shown by our test, said Putter Russell. The great TcHcher freely attested to the loyalty aud courage nnd snlntllness of bis cou-ul- n John, us shown by 'ho words of our text Hut If so great nnd honor-nbl-e a Prophet, why coilld not John he a metnlier of the Bride class? Why could he not lie uumbered with the disciples of Jesus and be an Apostle, or at least a footstep follower? The answer Is I lint he was not called to the heavenly pin lie, but to the earthly. A Friend of the Bridegroom. Jesus had n two-folmission: (ll He came "that the world tbrbugh llltu might lie saed" that Ho might "gle lllinielf a ransom for all, to be tustlued In duo time." I2i Inrldenially Ills mission was to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord- - the time In which God was willing to arcrpt the tacriflct of such as desire to walk In the Redeemer's footsteps nnd to constitute these the Bride of Messiah. and Jolut-hel- r John the Baptist referred to the latter feature of our Lord's uork, saying. He that hath the Bride Is the Bridegroom, but the friend of the Bridegroom lieu ret li Ills ulce and rejolecth greatly This, my Joy, therefore. Is (John 111. It was not for him to tie a member of the Bride, but ha rejoiced to bo a frieud of the Bridegroom. As His forerunner ho announced the Bridegroom. Greatest In the Kingdom. We must remember that tho Church Is the Kingdom of God now In a formative or emliryottc state., but In the end, by "the resurrection." to be spirit beings and glorious and partakers with Jexus their Bridegroom In His wonderful glory, honor. Immortality and Kingdom work This Kingdom class Is not reigning now but merely forming. It Is Joined on probation after the Methodist Hljle. If the probationary period of the present life be faithfully used the full Induction Into the Kingdom, its glories, honors nnd Immortality, will surely follow -- by participation In the First Resurrection. Amongst the faithful followers of the Master there will still be a difference: as St. Paul explains, "as one star dlffereth from another star In glory (I Corinthians xv, 111 We cannot know, and It Is not necessary for us to guess, as to who shall occupy the chief an-othd d "ZIONISM tho Jews on phcu to those Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY J. J. O. HON I )U It A NT tuiiKtmiitN II. lllKIIIASAM J. W AI.KXANBKIt John the Baptist Class. To whnl class does John the Baptist belong, mid what will lie his share la to our text? the Klugdom, Sslneo the call of l.od began with the call of the Church, ntid hIiicu It began at the 1'IikI Adu-u-t of Jesus. It follows thst no oue was called of Cod to salya-tioprior to Jesus" time none until furt) one huudrvd and fifty years after gin entered the world Their faith uud obedience were plcaidng to God, as St. Paul ri lutes -- "nil tbeoe dltsl In faith, not baxlng received the things promised (iliptni. tloil liming provided some belter thing for us (the GihmI Cliurcln Hint 'they without us utiould not be made jHTfisf (Hebrews xl. 13, 40. Monsixer those Ancient Worthies, while nut memlKTM of the Kingdom prt te. wlik-- will l.e spiritual, will be members of Mml Kingdom in it rurfA III f.Ji.ur 'llie.v will In the Kingdom's princes or representatives, Mirihl) ruler In all the earth, as the rVrlp run's declare ll'snliu xlv. W i We re member the Hftrds of Jesus to this ef Korelelllug Ills Klugdom he de fCtt clures. "Ye "hull ce Abnihnm. Ianc nml JiMolilind all the Pniphets In the u h Ihi.:h We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nml ofier our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound Linking. It, M. llnJ.M. lltlllHAUU (IKO.ll.TIIKKt.KKI.il T.A.l.KIIKOltll INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS It IimilANAS, frrtltlnni II. U llAMAtiK. AmI 0lil.r J. A. TIIOMI'SON. (Vl c Books and Banks Choose your bank with the name care and discrimination that you select your books apply the same high standard that you do in the selection of your personal friends. This is the exact, crucial test that we invite from about Himself or Ills t!llp!rs lielng seen pmperly wi lieosnse Ihey. Iielnc Kirtt helm, will lie lutlslble to men With mucIi glorloUH ho-- s before us with Miirh appreciation of our heaven It I'nther's glorious character niul won dei ful plan, wlih siii li u grand view uf our Sntlirs wiirk. with such a hope of a Mian- - with lllin In His Kingdom wtist iiiaiiner of ihtkoiis ought we to Ik In Imlr rotirersMtlon and giMlllmis' N'nr shuuld II be thought strange that now, or the otiv of the Hplrlt of the future who would turn thilr lcks iihjii (he gracious made for their nnlmtlon. wonld be unworthy of further favor or bless Ing at the bands of God and would dls the Second Death annihilation. -d Klnydoui." 1ml He hsIiI not n wonl intending customers. Of course our own standards arc as high as yours. Let us meet on a common plane of good faith and business courtesies, viewed in the broadest light. You have not a legitimate banking need thnt we cannot successfully meet and to your complete satisfaction. Investigate. We pay 3 on Saving Deposits. HICKMAN BANK WC WORK WEAKENS THE KIDNEYS. Doan's Kidney Pills Have Done Great Service for People Who Work In Hickman. Most Hickman people work every day la so mo strained, unnatural position buud In g constantly over a ucsk nuing on joiuug wagons or curs doing laborious housework; lift Ing, reaching or pulling, or trying tho back In a hundred and one other Ways. All theso strains tend to woar, weaken and Injuro tho kldnoys until they fall behind lu their work of filtering tho poisons from the blood. Doan's Kidney litis euro sick kidneys, put now strength In bad backs. Curcn-- effected In this locali ty form tho strongest proof of tholr efficiency. Read this tesUmouy. J. F. Eddletnan, barber. Pleasant. Port, Ky., saya; "Anyono who follows my occupation requires a strong back, for tho long hours spout at tho chair, bring a steady steady strain on tho muscles of tho loins. I was In pretty bad shape aud could not work with any degree of comfort. Doan's Kidney Pills wore flnnlly brought lo ny attention and willing to try anything that might check my trouble, I procured a box. They promptly relieved tho pain la my back and tho kidney secretions which had been scanty and distressing In passage, became natural." For solo by all dealers. Price COc. Foster-MllburCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. Ilemembcr tho name Doan's and take uo other. n HttD, Cashier JNO Put, Asst Crtihior J i t t 0 f t Sprinkling Rates FOR 4 a 1011 sf .dence section, is The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May t I Asi nnu enmng novemuer am, auxjl, in resi 1 IVf t t t J t i 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done early in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. FOR RATES- - had It thrust upon her. virtus or W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Office In Da via Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. To a sick man every trained nurso under forty Is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever. ' For His Sake "My husband begged me lo lake Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie L Bishop, of Wavcrly, Va., "and for his sake I Before I had taken 1 bottle, I felt better. "Before taking Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off, but nowj am all right" i t A OR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD. Dentist Davidson' Every woman resents In her heart' the man who respects bor for her char-- 1 actor alone. ' I woman It has been old stand. Phone No. 2. nrnvMn fnt (hnsaid that Tn .1.1.. nnvnr T.. ii.ia Ky. Hickman, stands as a permanent contradiction. FURNITURE CO. Director and Embalmeri. You can always tell that moment when girlhood has departed and wom anhood has begun. It Is at this point that she never has anything to wear. t 0 HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. INCOP.PORATHI) 4 i HICKMAN Funeral Phone 20, day or night. Hickman, Ky. W. F. MONTGOMERY I Undertaker Hearse and drivers furnished on short notice. . When, without consulting a woman, a man can order a dinner at a restaur-- 1 ant with which she Is perfectly satis-- ' lied, he has arrived at the fullness of his power; there Is nothlug more for. him to achieve.' chaporonv-8m- I i CARDUI The Woman's Tonic You know Cardui will help you, because it has helped others who were In the same fix as you. It is not only a medi cine ior sick women, but a tonic for weak women. X.J3V'7-J- Money to Loan. I loan money on farm lands In O bton and Weakley Counties, Teun aud lu Fulton County, Ky. About one half the cash value of farm will bo loaned. Loaus made In sums of 11,000 or more for five years with Bl1 privilege to borrower of paying after oue year lu full or making any also partial payment desired at Intor vala of six months after the explra Uon of ono year, Interest being stop ped on partial payments made. Call on or write O. 8PKADLIN, Attoruoy tf Union City, Tenn. at-La- Ask for Omega Flour. None better. Bettersworth & Prathor. x On Thursday, April C. a profession al ball gamo will bo played on tho Hickman diamond between Minneapolis of Uto American Association, nnd Memphis, of the Southern League. It will bo n gamo worth Beelng, and will donbtb'Mi draw a good crowd from neighboring towns. LAUNDRY i -- AT- WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leot, Proprietor. The unconventional woman needs no art Set. Bradley & Parham's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon f The only dairy In Fulton County. food nt Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Hon- ey For Coughs and Colds, Regular services at tho Presbyter- Ian church Sunday morning and even ing. Pratt's Poultry and Stock Ielm & Ellison's. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable Ingredients, it Is perfectly harmless and has no bad after-effec- ts. Best Work Lowest Prices .- - I) I) 0 Phone 4 0 BUST fiROHFRIF C. H. Moore DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N Fop Internal and External Pains. Take out that Insurance today. You may be next to burn out. Kennedy, the Insuraaoo Cardui can bo relied upon to help you. Trv It todav. At all druggists. Uta. A good treatment for a cold settled In tho lungs Is a IIKIUtlCK'H BED PEPPER POItUS PLASTEIl d to tho chest to draw out tho Take HEnBINH for IndlgesUon. It Inflamatlon nml ltAi.T.Aitrvn iinini?. rolluvea thn nnln In n fi.w tnlnnlou Dr. Bell's AntlnepticSalve HOUND HYItUP to relax tightness. uud forces the fermented matter Good for all Skin Diseases. You get tho two remedies for tho which cuusea tho misery Into tho . prlco of ono by buying the dollar size boWulH wlinr.i It In .vnnlli.il lu Ilorehautiil Kvrnnr thorn at n nni-n-( - va w W1 f Sold COc, Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C Uiat tired feeling tako Nyal's plaster free with each bottle. I by Hickman Drug Co. Spring Sarsaparllla, u stimulating, Quit borrowing the Courier. healthful tonic Helm & Ellison, li-lw0jw 4, teV