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A BLUE MARiC IIEBE fnnn that roar nub unpwuii nni expired Ilenew promptly II Tim wnnt tbnpnpnrtncomn to you after tUli mou.U 4j Hduortislag JtoJ 51 01 " Comitmcial Ulagoa up tho Hill at Success. The Caurm has a Spankin' Good Taam. Dreasa lha Rxlaa of Your Wagon. Old Man. and Lafs Hitch Up SUM VOLUME OLDKBT PAPER 15 WXBTEBN EKHTOOKT HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1911. WHOLE MO. E0TABLI8HED IN THE TEAR lHrtO Six Take Examination. A civil avnlco examination wu bold horo Baturday by 1'ottiuaatur J. T. Btophuua fur tho bouofll of applicants (or the poaltlou of rural mall currier on routo No. C. ruuulug out of Hickman to tho bottom, which U tu bo established Juuo lit. Tbo oxanilnatlon wa hold at the postofflco, with tho following tuuel-lowith. tbo questions propounded by bnclo Bant; Gcorgo ItoKra. J. E. llrowor. Millard Bhaw. H. WhlppU. V. J. (Cap) Barrx. All are good fUoi, and Wo wlih there wm k now routo for oacu ono of thou; however, thy nuu who mado tht boil grado will gel tho placo. Chalked Up 7 to 0. W v t-.ti Probably ono of tho fastest amateur games evor played on the local diamond, was that played Friday, whon Hickman chalked up 9 goose eggs as Cayco's end of a 7 to 0 score. The game waa a pitcher's battle between "Cherry Red," for Hickman, and White, for Cayco. "Cherry" struck out 10 and White 9, Cherry did not issue a single free pass and White only one. In tho -- hit department Cherry came off better, allowing only three hits, while Hickman bats found White safely 7 times. Hickman: Hill, Owens, Oliver, Caldwell, Wright Birens, Naylor, Rico and Cherry. Cayce: R. Johnson, Brown, E. Hammonds, Stevenson, Forest, H. Johnson and Edmlston. Why Exparlment has When Dr. Bell's been tiled with satisfaction for over 16 years In millions of homes for coughs, colds, croup and all throat and bronchial troubles. You can get It anywhere T.ook for the bell on PP fi sMj -- V -t te ,''L vj w ,ti " Tho Tbo Tho Tho atatoaman dor the speakinj, vdltor booms tho lowu, lover dooa tho popping dawaol turns him dou. m K Tho pool doa tho dreaming, Thu (armor cluara tbo woods, Tho oalo doua tbo Hut tbo stork dollvera tho gooda bcn-atulu- the bottle. 8 Paid Out Cihl A $2,000. bd tMrlr . M- - G. M. & G. Excursion. G. it? lC cb. vboclui Saturday for workmoa ou tho now railroad, wblab axcnalrd ouotblu ovur 2.o00, and a largo por cont of thu amount dual It lodged In tbo Ulla ot our varioua itoroa. ThU Juat gov to ahow what a now road or any other concorn contribute to local buaihwM. It all TrpatlS "rt4, uf tbo lllflkman Uauk JW Tho C. M. & O. R. R. Co. ran their first passenger train Into Hickman Sunday morning It was an excursion from Dycrsburg, Tenn, and came In ?TI di2&' jpr -- rri Cb7T(U tUrt sh3aM Uarx practically unannounced. There were G coaches packed to tho guards, aggregating God people. At TIptonrille mora than 150 people were unable to got on tho train, and passengers at small stations this side were turned away. Tho hotel proprietors, cot knowing the crowd was comiag, was simply featured, orderly crowd, and apvJL-- . the day seeing the sights of Hickman. Next time an excursion la run Into Hickman, we trust It will bo duly announced in rder that we may be ablo to take dre of our visitors and provide some entertainment. In tho whole field of medicine there is not a healing remedy that will repair damago to the flesh more, quickly than BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. In cuts, Wounds, sprains, burns, scalds and rheumatism, its healing and penetrating power Is extraordinary. Price 25c, 50c and $1 a bottlo. Sold by Hickman Drug Co.5 i ullow ccmploxlou, flatulence aro ymptuuiaot a torpid lUor. No ouo can (ovl woll whllo tho Ihor U inact' or two will cauao all bilious aymptoua to diaappvur. Try U. I'nco tuc bow ty iiicajuau o Drug Co. UtilbOM, ortlgu, (blind atajuen) ive IIUUUINk! La doao IttlWurfUl HVlvT LH. M, I. tore. men's styles, as we show them, are not YOUNG different from styles for older men; there's a smartness of color in the fabrics that older men may think a little too loud ; there's a snap to the cut of the garments that young fellows Tho Hall Moody lu.Utute. at Mar tlu, l'ouu., gave tholr atuduuta an oicurafon Monday. Iboy camo to U ckmun In four oxtra cOiichoa ou the N. C. ii til. U, bcro tbo air. 11. Dunbar of l'duch awaltod tbow aud carried thorn ou a rtvor excursion luUnc moat ot tho day. Tboro woro about 34u aiudonta, aud JudfiiUB frum tho look of tho luucu boxua, tboro inuil buro booa a tou of (rloU chlck-alous. V. U. Caio was tho only Hlckmanlto who accompanied tbo on ihulr river trip. n particularly like; we enjoy supplying these young men with such clothes; made for us by Hart Schaffner - & Marx This is Locust Year. Judging from tho number locusts Notice. Ly vlrtuo of an order of aalo Utls day mado tu Hickman l'ollco Court, 1 wlU offer for aalo at tbo City Pound, botwoou tbo hours ot 1 and 2 o'clock, p. in., Monday, May, 29, 1911 to tho highest bidder, ono bandy bog with no brands or marka, which baa boon fouud guilty of running at largo ou tbo BlrcoU ot tho City ot Hickman. Bald salo will bo mado for cash. ThU May 22, 1911. CLAUD HAMDY, City Block and Varsity ; the greatest style creators of all ; new models in Shape-make- r with long roll lapels; we're maknew shapes in the two or three- button-sac- k ing this a young men's store. B . t not to the exclusion of older men; we're here to see that you're well dressed at every age; we have styles and patterns for every taste. We'll fit and satisfy any man.. Suits $ 8 and up to $25 1 that are swarming in this section, It must be locust year. These strango insects have a way of visiting us ovcry seven years. Thero is an old legend that tho locusts' wings are prophetic prcdictltng either war or peace before tholr return again. On the tip of the wing will always be found tho letter "P" or "W.'' The former Indicates peace, tho latter war This year the locusts' wings show a very Plain "W." L. T. Jackson, propriotor ot tho O. K. Barber Shop, is keeping abreast of tho times, Ho will have a manicurist and cigar stand in his shop In a short time. E E. Reeves left Monday night for Louisvillo to attend a convention of tho Stato Funeral Directors Association ot Kentucky. Other makes at $8.50, $10 and up to ever saw offered at the prices. $1 6.50. The very best values you Tbo Commercial Club at Cairo has succeeded In closing a deal with Scars At Roebuck, whereby tbo mall order concern Is to establish a factory In that town employing inoro than a nun drcd mwi. It is to bo a woodworking establishment, and will doubtless manufacture flno mahogany furnlturo from gum lops of this section. Mrs. W. L. Brown and little of Jackson. Tcnn.. spent Bovoral days horo last week with hor husband O. L. Collins roturncd Sunday from n brief visit with his father, J. M. Collins, near Dukedom, Tenn. 6HOE fORTWHW WHO CARES SMITH & AMBERG At St. Joseph, Mo, last Saturday. during a storm, Mrs. Cora Harknoy waa knocked down, hor clothing stripped from her body nnd she was left unconscious by a flash of light ning. Whon sho revived it was tounu that sho had boon strlckon dumb Tho loft sldo of hor head, faco and arms woro sovcroly scarred by tho flash. Your failure to got rid of that ptlo of filth on your prcmlscp may bo lit tlo short of murder In tho long run. Typhoid fever looks upon tho housefly aa its best frlond, and thero will not bo any flics unless there's a breeding place for thorn. in' WMti TOR i4Liiw .SffL SHOE THE MAN WHO CARES Jno. Swift has torn his old residence down in West Hickman and is now building a now ono on tho same alto. Next Tuesday, Decoration Day, is a legal holiday and rural route carriers will got a day's rest. W. A Johnston Its a mighty good sign to sco Hickman carpontcra and painters so busy. B. L. King and wifo returned from Littlo Rock Sunday. Drawings ncd blue prlnta for tho new C. M. & Q- - railroad depot in West Hickman have boon mndo. it nnmhlnatlon frolcht nnd pas ...in i, senger depot, and work Is oxpoctcd to begin right away, ai prunu, .1 ..nnmr In UalnC a llttlO tompO- rnry structure for tho transaction ot local business. Tho first consignment of freight rscolvcd over tho now railroad camo in Thursday, consulting of 14 cars of legs for tho Mongol Box Co. . John Holcombo B. B. Rcovcs and wifo motored to Mayflold. Moscow, Sunday. has roturncd Chlldrcns' Day will be observed at tho Methodist Church next Sunday at 11 a. m., with appropriate exercises. Everybody has a cordial Invitation to from Supt. F. T. Randlo to bo present There aro a half million young mon and women In Kansas over twenty-on- e years of ago who havo never seen a saloon in that state; there Is not a Kansas nowspaper which publishes a liquor advertisement; d ot tho counties ot Kansas havo not a prisoner in their jails nor a H. T. Boale,, Rev. H. J. Golgor and pauper In tholr poorhouses; one-haE. C. Johnson motored to Fulton Friof Kansas did not send day night to attond n mooting ot tho a convict to tho penitentiary last Knights Tomplar. year; Kansas stands first in tho per Ben Smith was arrosted Saturday capita valuation ot assessed property. night for carrying concealed weapons, W. L. Salmon, of near Clinton, was and fined $31.00 In Judgo Remloy's a business visitor horo Thursday. court. ono-thlrlt mndo a bU6lnes3 trip to Forrest City, Ark., first of tho week, returning Tuesday. Magistrate A. M. Shaw and son, Monday. A good rain fell in tho neighborhood of Jordan Sunday night. 1& Ar- thur, were here from State Lino. Robt. LawTence, of Waverly, Tenn., clorklng in Jones Cafe. Ful- County Attorney Ronoy was In ton Saturday morning. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. Better shingles for less money. V fr'-nHt- U - .,n.rhi.. .. u-f.- t . Jat0jji-n-- : nimp 'gjr 'mjuasu u'jug hiLJil)pj.l.iat.JM WARNING! Parties having wiring done, or making any changoa In their wiring, must have a permit from this com pany, In order that our records will show the consumption. The reason for this Is obvious, as we have transformers that reduce the current, and to overload one of theso will mean a burn-ouentailing a considerable loss to this company. For Murder at Lake, !(" ). ,. Frcc Tra' Dc,ivcred Frcc) Smith and Pete Brannon, brothers --- r. "and fishormen nt Reel foot Lake, will servo sontonccs of fifteen and five i years respectively, In the State pcnl i I nlon City In preparing to celebrate July 4th tentlary for tho ruunlor of Joe Phil-- . lips, a young fisherman or IS years, Edwin Fuqua spent Sunday with whom they killed at Beaver Lako In homo folks. Obion county last year, as the result t, of an affirmation of their sentences Screen doors and fixture at Hy In a decision delivered by Justlco D. nolds Moss & Co. A H Any electrician tapping our lines L. Larsdon, of tho State Supreme Hugh Oliver went to Craig's Landoi making a change, without a per- Court. ing Saturday night. mit, will he Immediately prosecuted Beaver Lako la an arm of Reclfoot, to tho fullest extent of tho law. Clagett Martin, of Martin, was a situated between Lako and Obion HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., counties. The tragedy took place on The most beautiful Pi Hickman visitor Sunday, J. T. Dillon, Mgr. the bank of tho lake on tho Obion Home for Dr C. M. Blackford returned last side. On tho day of tho shooting tho ano, from Factory to week from a visit In Louisville. two Brannon brothers were at tho Write for catalogue See Our Agent Hugh Ollvor returned Friday from homo of a friend several hundred and particulars to yards from their own cabin, which b visit to Memphis and Little Hock. stood closo to the bank of tho lako, C. R. KIENER Wo furnish your homo complete. whero they had been Invited to dinFuetory ltprontntle. St Louis Furnishing Co. sells It for ner. Just as they wcro sitting down for high grade , PAUUCAII, KY. letfci. to the tablo a son of their host ran 419 N. GthSt., In and informed the Brannons that Mr. and Mrs. Murloy Roper, of tho their cabin was being robbed. The Stato Lino neighborhood, spent Bun-da- " brothers ran hurriedly out in time to hero. A few dollars down and a llttlo lOfiHtt see Joe Phillips, Raymond Burkhold each month and you can soon own a Creaback, cut short nnd Ky. Won-do- r and Joe Grey, three young fishermen. tome. See M. U. Shaw. tfo Deans. Now lot seed Just arrivGOAL OIL and GASOLINE run rapidly from their cabin to a skill Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Stono and baby ed at Case & Son's. moored at the bank of the lake. vent to Milan. Tenn . Sunday. Mrs Miss Kathleen Saunders, of Lowest prices and prompt When the Brannon's reached tho Stono will be there several dajs. Mo., Is the guest of her placo where the robbers had embarkdelivery. Absolutely The I.llbouru Ledger suspended pub aunt. Mrs J. A. Thopson. ed they had rowed out Into the lake uniform. beyond the reach of a gunshot, but Mention on May 5th. 1911, aged one J S Iloaton, of near Troy, Tenn, at Smith Brannon's command thoy year, oue month and five days. Orl-trXJm was the guest of his sister, Mrs J turned their boat about and rowed Coffins and Caskets with an ex A Townsend, last Saturday. back to tho bank. When the bout perienced undertaker iu charge. SL INDIAN REFINING CO. Mrs. L. D. Tbrelkeld returned Frl was within a few feel of the bank Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated. day from a visit with her sister. Mrs Joe Phillips was shot, and the wound EVANSVILLE proved fatal a few minutes later. Regular services at the Christian J W Jackson, near Clinton Union City Commercial. Chucrh next Sunday. Sunday School The Teachers Institute for the WANTED; To buy GOOO coupons at 9:45; preaching at 11 a iu. and 8 teachers of Obion county will be he Ul from "Everybody's" coffees, baking I, in., by the pastor, Kid Slberell What's the Use nt Union City this year on June 5 IU ,, powders, extracts, teas and spices, lu Johu James Piatt, 7C years old, lots of 25 or more. Highest cash prlco To suffer with sore eyes wheu oue Ketuember If )ou have surplus pro paid. Apply In writing to Box 75, 26a tube of Sutherland's Eagle Eye who contributed verse and prose to duce or auythlug to sell, or want to Snlve will cure you. We guarantee the columns of l.oulsvllle ncwopa Bardwell, Ky. c buy auythlng, our au.'CuiVlmu'Mll It. You risk nothing. It's a creamy, pars between the years 1&67 and 1SC0, Lb&ff X snow white ointment. hoFIT fJoly le a word. We can not see why our small badly Injured In Cincinnati Monwait truck farmsrs In and about Hickman day when a buggy iu which he w?a Duke Hoors. who runs thirty five do not give attention to the raising Diaz has agreed to resign the Presi- driving broke down and be Was grocery stores In Memphis, says It is of various kinds of berries. In many dency before June 1, and wo can now thrown out. Mr. Piatt was the Ust bard for him to understand why some localities small farmers are making turn our attention to the weightier literary collaborator of William I Van peoplo do not believe In advertising a good living by the cultivation of matters of base ball, flshln' and stag Howells, now the dean of Aiierkian berrlea In season. barbecues. Mr and Mrs T. II. Hayes, and Miss letters Uladws Hayes, of Tlptonvtlle. came up Sunday on the C. M. & 0 and were the guests of Mrs Hay nee' brother, L) Owens. "-J areJ t4'2 Heard Mil mmmmmmmmmm"m"mwm,m,mm" gHhe Baa ti - najaaas"" On the Streets BETTER- - LIGHT EVERYBODY of it3 Electric Light at Two-Fifth- s Former Cost Means Economy in flfli Every Home. the most convenient ;ghtit Joes not vitiate the air does not soil the s wall paper and decorations. To get it at of its former cost, order Westinghousc Wire Type (single filament) Tungsten lamps. They give the best light ever produced the easiest upon the eyes. It is $500 absolutely safe it is $225. two-fifth- Saad Salamy your house is not wired telephone us for an estimate on wiring it and installing fixtures -- you will be surprised how little it will cost you. If Hickman Ice (Incorporated) Coal Co. arm., TrlAl a i'. :DXXjoisr, 3vxr NOW, if you please this problem of PORCH FURNITURE -- has been solved by the::r St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporated What do you think of a set of Four Pieces for hjf HIS KIMC MICTIK. Miss Frances Webb arrived hero Saturday frotu Columbia, Mo., where she has bven attending school, to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Webb, at Capt Tyler's Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds, collar and harness galls heal up quick ly when BALLAJID'S SNOW LINIMENT U applied. It to both healing and antiseptic. I'rlce 2Cc, GUc aud $1 a bottle. Sold by Hickman firug Co. A Boston girl who was watching a Sedgwick county fanner milk a cow, adjusted her glasses and said: "It It. all very plain except that I don't understand how you turn It off " and this includes in the set a PORCH SWING They have them from this price up. SC50 . lvtt' mmv k msmiissssz aw ,& v tv Five reels. of moving pictures, show prize the fight, will be shown at the Lyric on Saturday night. Theso pictures will give the battle In detail from start to finish. Admission 2tc. Ing Brltl-Nelson " Leather Trust Causes All Your Shoe Troubles profits profits are the one aim of the Leather Trust. It controls the tanneries.- It works hand in gloye with the Hide Trust. It runs up the price of leather it cheapens the quality. "Von see now why the average shoe costs you so much and why its quality is' so bad. Hev. Horaco SI her ell left Monday for 1'oplar Bluff and Cape Olrardoau, Mo., to spend a few days. Ho was Joined at the Capo Wednesday by Mrs. Slberell, who will spend two or three weeks with friends there. HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. Phone PiAUt.L.tAtULAAUi.L.1 20 Profits - By a decision of tho Supremo Court In tho United Wireless Tele graph Company contempt case It was held that officials of corporation cannot refuse a grand Jury tho corpora ti oil's books for examination. like this court Is at laat giving the big trusts what they need! Wo have a few Hickman Souvenir Envelopes left. Tho set of three uhowB 1C views. You can get Uieiu at 10c a package (21 envelopes), at this office while they last. They are Just aa cheap as blank ones, and are the thing to send your friends away from Hickman. Anticipating a Gall from your friends, generally makes busy times Iu the kitchen, and Is the occasion that the housewife likes to show her skill at culinary triumphs In light, white breads, flaky pies, rich and delicious cakes, and bake-stuff- s of all kinds. If you don't want to moke h failure of your baking use our superior EXCELLENCE flour. It Is pure and mado from the best whoat. pendent of the Leather Trust, the Hide Tru st and all Middlemen. They buy their hides in the open markets of the world. They own their tanneries they tnn every pound of leather they put into their shoes. I hey sell direct from shoes are firm and solid but pliable und comfortable to They linve style and they hold their style, because the good leather has back-bon- e to withstand wear and weather. They come to you 50 cents to $1.00 cheaper than any other shoes of the same Ask your general appearance they pay no profits to Trusts or Middlemen. local Jv dealer for END WELL (Goodyear Welt; shoes- - dress and business shoes, selling at $3.00, $3.50 and $1.00. ENDWELL shoes give you your choice of two hundred styles in Shoes and Oxfords, lace and button all the modish lasts every width nnd shape of toe all colors of leather. Endicolt-John&o- u Endicott, Johnson & Co. tire the only shoe manufacturers of this country who are inde- the factory to your home shoe denier. 1 I--J & t the feet. cvKirvvtii -- 'LW J. J. Wiley, one of the Courier's $ J, iUott-Johnso- n Look for this name stumped in every shoe Sullivan Bros. writing to who carry ENDWELL shoes by Shoe buyer, who ENDWELL Johnson WBti' Hickman' Ky names of their home dealers EXCLUSIVE DEALERS publULed can learn the where this lire outside the city Endicott, paper U & Co., Endicott, N. Y. good friends, left a couple of curios at this office Friday. One Is a largo hen egg, measuring 6& Inches In cir cumference and porfect In shapo. Tho other Is a very flno oar of corn, 13 inches long, contains 965 grains, with only 14 rows on tho cob. And W. J. Logan, of this city, has ac J. J: swears they aro both homo-grow- n cepted a position with tho Mengel products. Box Company, and will havo charge of tho logging on tho 10,000-acr- o tract Last Saturday Miss Lula Shuff en tertained her classmates, teachers recently purchased by tho company at and neighbors at her cozy country Craig's Landing, Wo., whero they homo with n picnic and a sumptuous will have a complete logging railroad picnic dinner. This claw, known In and camp train cqulpmont. Mr. Lotho Hickman High School as tho "fa- gan has been with WIlllamEou-Kuny- , mous tenth grade," bids fair to bo of Mound City, HI., for aoveral years. tho largest and strongest class over In deltvorlng tho annual oration at graduated from our High tho reunion of tho Confodorato VetSchool. All report a dollghtful tlmo erans at Llttlo Kock, tho Uov. Dr. at tho picnic and say tho day will bo long remembered for its fun, good n. C. Cave, of Bt. Loula, accused Lincoln and hla advloora of cheer, Jollity and Kentucky being responsible for tho Civil War. d jf ''y C. B. Travis PiYm,i,nirT'i(M,ll,ii(,TfTlfffirfT3 Marriage Licenses lo marry In Obion County A. Tho following woro granted license laat week: son. J. Honny and Mary A. Thomor- - 8. E. Prlost and Dorothy Maloney. Thomas Lipscomb and Mamlo Ham- ilton. W. n. Hamilton and Lcona Hick man. Cuo Thrclold C. M. Goln nnd Eva Thompson. H. C. Wado nnd D. M. Sutherland. has a new Hupmoblle. j,- . H Hickman Electric Studio Photographs in every style. Prompt Service. All Work Guaranteed. NOT HOW CHEAP GOOD BUT HOW EVERYTHHSTG j LEVY BARRED FROM CLUB .O Our FRESH MEATS Xiry THE o. xx. I'hona Moorun 4 J BRIDE'S KITCHEN CURLIN'S Courier Want Column KATKS-O- ne m FATALITY CHANGES Metropolitan Assoolatlon of Washing- ten, D. C, Consigns One Mora Congressman to Outside. Washington, May 23, Jcfforaon M. now representative In from tho Thirteenth district. New York City, has foiled of admittance to tho Metropolitan club bore, thereby sharing the fntn of Congress-maMartin y,'. Littleton, atto of New York, and making the second Now York congressman baned from the organization alnco the extra session began. Tho rcaion for the rejection of Levy's name la that ha la a Jew. Tho same minority members of the gov emlng board obctd to bla election who several wteka ago objected to Littleton because ho was a "self-madman" Levy's forbears rendered distinguished senrlc to the United States MOST IMPORTANT ROOM IN THE NEW HOME. To the Orlda Whose Income Is Limited the Furnishing of Kitchen Cent pur Word por Weok Cash In Advance. Oood Timothy Hay. IX Swset Potato Slips! CABINET AT Lvy. the cou-gros- s FOR SALE A, II. OPEN Leet. WAR MINISTER BERTEAUX II n and Pantry Seems Serious Task Some Tips. A few choice C. L. Rose. buck lambs for sale. 2tp KILLED WHEN MONOPLANE HITS CROWD. Ellison Bros. Genuine Yellow Yam. We doJCopying and Enlarging, make Medallions and Crayons. View and Flash Light Pictures any lime or place. SUMMER HOME FOR TAFT Bill Introduced Asking Appropriation President Prefer Lake Mlnnetonka. fendants faulty May Washington. 23 President Tart and his family probably will Come and Sec spend somo time tkls summer on the Opcn'Evcniniji shores uf Lake Mlnnetonka, Minn Further It Is qultw within the range of probability that the president of tho United tales will hereafter have Next to Price 1 lotcl. a comfortable home lu that locality Following a conference with President Taft, Representative Nc,of Mln nwsota has announced that within a Commissioner's Sale. few days he will Introduce a bill pro vldlng for a apporprlatlon with which to erect a presldvntla! summer horns on tho shorts of Lake Mluuulonka. Pulton Circuit Court. Kentucky. Tbo Eichaivgo Dank of Mayflold, Ky, I'UlnlUf, against. It. H. Rogers, M. L. Rogers and D. T. Davis, deReal Estate J. Madison Pollen By virtue of a Judgment awl Order or Halo of Fulton Circuit Court, rendered at tho May tcrai thereof, 111, lu the a to to cauio for tho tho sum of Kim Hundred and five Dollars, with per cent Interval at tho rato of per annum truni tho , day of Ml - unUl paid, and cou herein, 1 ball proceod to offer for lale at the Ccart House door In Hickman, Ky., to the hltheat blddor at I1J11LIC AUCTION on the 12th day of Juno, 1911, at 11 o'clock a. m , or thorcabout, (being County Court day) upon a crllt of alz montha the following do acrlbcd property, The southeast quarter of Section 21, T 2. R. G West, It being tho land convvyt-by H. F, Remley ct al to R R Rogers and wife, SI. L. Hog on, on tbe 4th day of Feby , 1908, and la recorded In DU No 27. pago 2S8. In the Pulton County Clcrk'a office. Or aufflclunt thereof to produce the urns of money ao ordered to bo made For tho purchase prlco, the purchaser with approved security or securities' Inmust execute Pond, bearing ternal from the day of salo until paid and having tho forco and effect of a Judgment. Dlddura will bo prepared to comply promptly with theoe terras J. It. MILNER, Com'r. to-wl- t. Mlauea Nannie P. Meacham aud Dora Smith to 8. T. Roper, house and lot on Troy avenue, J 100. Ruth Hall Allen to Lillian Hall. 1100. Interest in land, L. II. Llnnlng In Pulton, 11126. to Alice Moss, lots Miss Dora Smith to J. II. Nelson. M lu Henry Addition, MOO. W. T. Corr to J. H. Campbell, lota in Fulton, 1260 and other considera- tion. J. H. Campbell to P. In Fulton, $2S0. U. Jones, lot L. W. Graham to R. L. Parsley and J. II Sullivan, lota Fulton, f 128 07. O. V. Oriole In Fulton S7G0 to W. P. Taylor, lot L. W. Drown to J. T. Roberts, lota Fulton. 11360. O. T. Salmon and Sam Salmon, as trustees of Holiness Church lu East Hlckmnn to J. II Nelbon. It wait a condition of a former deed that this jiroperty ahould revert to Mr. Nelson when tho church dlahandcd. Stubba, L Nelson, trustee of Fast Hickman Methodist Church, the old Holiness Church property. A Hickman Mra. J. afternoon ned 100 more residences O. Buxton apent Tuesday In Union City. J. II. Nelson to J. C Luiuiford and J. II We can show you any grade of wall paer you want at a very modA M Tyler to J. H. Drown, erate price. Fotho &. French. lu Henry Addition. 1400. 6 lota Light Weight Suits That Are Businesslike The price will strike your idea of economy and the style will appeal to your notion of what is correct for business wear. Your business judgment will tell you that our suits are the kind that give a business man an air of prosperity. You'll find your idea worked out here to perfection. through years of childhood and girlhood when anothor housewife has purchased the necessary utensils and planned all the conveniences and quite another thing to stand In an empty kitchen which must be furnished by one's self, and for which ono must --think out" all the requisites. To the bride whose Income Is largo tho task of furnishing tho kitchen and tho kitchen pantry Is ono that requires much thought To tbe bride whoso Income Is limited It seems a serious task, and one upon which she should not "enter unadvisedly or lightly" Poor little woman' In her new llfo and new homi there are many times in which these words of tho marriage service come back to her with a forco that Is almost terrifying. Before buying anything for tho kitchen decide on tbe furniture to bo put in this Important room the most Important, by the way. in tho new home. If your purse will allow, cover the floor with a good quality or linoleum. If llnoloum la quite beyond your means, have your floor painted a light yellow For the sake of tho paint, and atlll more for tho sake of your feet, have several squares of carpet or rugs laid on tho floor One of these must be In front of tbe table at which you stand to do your mixing, another In front of the sink Standing ob a hard floor Is very tiring to the feet and back. You must, of course, have a deal table in your kitchen, with a drawer that Is wide enough and deep enough to bold kitchen spoons, forks and knives. Have by it a strong wooden chair. Into whlcbyou will drop, I hope, when beating eggs, mixing cake, etc. Use this often and you will save your strength A good rule laid down by a wise physician waa. "Do no work standing that you can perform aa well sitting." If more women followed this rule wo would hear leas of backacbea and surgical operations. Short muslin curtains may bang across tho lower half of your kitchen windows. Have them so plain that they can be washed often without trouble. It la well to have strips of wood, supplied with screw hooks, above sink and table. On the ono over the sink bang mops, dlshpana, cloths and towels; on tho books above tbe table go mixing spoons of various sixes, strainer, oto. Kara no more than two dlahtowola on the slnkhooks, In caae thehy are needed for Immediate use. Oa a raok placed elsewhere In the kitchen must be enough dtshtowel to keep one always supplied with the clean article. Have tho kitchen crockery of plain whtto stoneware that can bo easily replaced. Or, If you prefer decorated china, choose a simple pattern. Aa to the cooking utensils, avoid elaborate articles or labor-saveuntil you are sura that tboy are what thoy purport to be. Some of them are so complicated that they add to Instead of lessening your work. Oet. at first, tho bare necessities, such aa a kettle, roasting pan, broiler, double boiler, frying pan. strainer and mixing bowl (your experience will tell you what the actual necessities are), and, as you can do so, add to your atook until you have a kitchen To have the proper utensils, and to understand thoroughly tho use of each, la tho secret of good cooking. rs FOR SALE My home in Hickman. Tho girl who has felt entirely at Jas. Houaley. homo In her mother's kitchen, where she haa learned to cook, will have a FOR SALE: Oood milk cows. W. s sensation of strangeness or of In her own kitchen. It Is ono II. McGehee. tfo thing to mako cake, candy, Jellies, FOR SALE: Housed on small custarda and creams In a place with which one has been acquainted monthly paymenta. M. B. Shaw, tfo now-nos- TWO OTHERS ARE INJURED - and Southern Queens Aocldent at Start of Aerial Raco to Madrid Yields Direful Results Premier Monls Danger FOR SALE: Oood ously Hurt. brood and work mare and mule colt. Wilson B Rice, Route 3, Hickman. Sp Paris, May 23. Premlor Antolne FOUND- - Pocket book containing Monls, dangerously Injured In an o money and papers. Describe same accident as Issy les Mollncaux. and pay for thla notice. Courier of- at the start of tho raco, which cost tho llfo of Mlnlator fice of War Honrl Maurlco Berteaux, la FOR SALE: Two houses and lota Improved. Tho physicians now say in West Hickman; both have four that barring developunforeseen rooms, and good cisterns. P. T. Pro-vof- c ments, tho premier will rocovor. Monis passed a good night and was 4c virtually free of fever, an encouraging FOR SALE: Throe Red Polled sign. His Injuries consist of a comThoroughbred Registered Bull calves. pound fracture of tbe right leg, a Dodda &. DeBow, 2 inllea east of broken noso, a severe scalp wound, abdominal bruises and lacerations. Hickman, It will be weeks before the premier MARES FOR SALE: A few good will bo able to resume bis official duBrood and Work Marea on easy rvrm ties, and there is a strong belief that will resign and that former PreAlso u few MUk Cowb with joung he mier Clemenceau will succeed him. calve. 3. L. DODDS. aero-pianParls-to-Madr. '1 J Rules for Sprinkling. ISO. 00 REWARD. I will pay 1C0 re ward for thw arrest and conviction of parties killing geese on my farm east of Hickman. J. W. Mayes. 4p LOST: Slender bay mare mule, 6 years old, IS bauds high. No marks except light hair brand on left Jaw. Reward of $2S for her return C. T. Bondurant, Hickman. 3c WANTED: Painting of all kinds, years experience. Will furnish Collier's lead at I7.C0 and Unseed oil at , on abort notice. Phone 32-or addreaa M. N. Collins, Hickman, R 3. 30 Five reels of moving pictures, showing the prize fight, will bo shown at the Lyric on Saturday night Theae pictures will give the battle In detail from start to finish. Admission 25c. d Brltt-Nelson Sallow complexion la due to a torliver. HERBINE purifies and strengthens tho liver and bowels and restores the rosy bloom of health to tht cheek. Prlc 60c. 8old by Hickman Drug Co. b pid C R Newcombe returned Tuesday from a short visit to his family lu Louisville The following ordinance la publishthe benefit of persons using water in sprinkling: RULES and REGULATIONS GOVERNING WATER and ELECTRIC LIGHTS: Sec. 10. Hoso for sprinkshall ling front areas and side-walbo used only from the 1st of May to the 1st of November, from 7 to 9 o'clock in the morning, from 1 to 2 In the afternoon, and from 6 to 8 Sprinkling o'clock In the evening. must be confined to one's own front, and not extend beyond the middle of the street, and to be within rates inch nozzle, must be only through MONUMENT IS DEDICATED the use of a larger nozzle will subImpressive Ceremonies on Forty- - ject the party using It to double rate. Use of a hoso without nozzle U proEighth Anniversary of General Qrant'a Vickaburg Attack. Garden (lawn or yard) hibited. Sprinkling Is one thing, Street Sprink Vlcksburg, Miss., May 23. The Im- ling Is another, and both must not posing monument erected by tbe state be Indulged In unless both are paid of Wisconsin In the Vlcksburg Nation- for according to rates." al Military park was dedicated with The foregoing speaks for itself and impressive ceremonies on the forty-eight-h anniversary of General Oram's It Is needless to say that what was famous attack on Vlcksburg, In which good for the city 1b good enough for the Wisconsin troops had a prominent us. part P1.EASE BE OOVERNED ACCORD Qov. P. E. McQovern of Wisconsin, INGUY. accompanied by bis staff and a largo HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO., party of Civil war veterans, camo on J. T. Dillon, Mgr a special train to participate In tho xerclses. Capt O. W. Bird of tho monument commission made the preJ. H. Provow la just finishing up sentation address, and Governor residence for Geo. TuckIn behalf of the people of a four-rooWisconsin, accepted the monument er, on the Bond hill. which waa turned over to Oen. Frederick D. Grant, who received It for the federal government The program Included an oration by Dr. Jonkln Lloyd Jones of Chicago, a member of tho Wisconsin battery at Sweet Potato Slips the alego of Vickaburg. Other participants were official representatives of tbe state of Misslsslpp and numerous Confederate) veterans, who were en Old Time Yams and Queens route homo from the recent encamp-weed for n, nt For All Bowel Troubles Use Dr. Bell's Anti-PaiRelief is Pino Tar and Honey almost instantaneous. Is also good externally for all kinds of patns.Sold Have been used for generations in treating coughs. Dr. Bell's 8 iverywbt.re. contains both combined with other valuable Ingredients. Look for S L. Dodds attended tho gun shoot the bell on the botUe. Be aure you S ge Dr. Bell's. at Slkeston, Mo., this week. y Leave orders with H. E. Curlin, Hickman, or phone or write H. L. Curlin, Woodland Mills, Tenn. Orderi Receive Prompt Attention. Truest Clothes Economy but often seriously: Pleased customers frequently say to us, in a half jesting way, "Your clothes are made so well they last too long." Well, they do hold their style and shape longer than any other and sometimes a man will tire of a pattern; but there are mighty few of our customers that do not get a number of season's wear out of our suits. Renovating Carpeto. They must have been well beaten and freed from dust first Thon put a gallon of water Into a saucepan with n half pound of good soap, shredded, mid boll When the soap la pour the whole Into a clean pall and stir In a quartor pound of tho tartar Wash a small portion of tho curpot with this solution and Immediately after with worm, clean wntor, and rub dry with a clean cloth. this until tho wholo surfnoo of tho carpet Is cleanod. dls-aolvRo-),c- that is not the height of economy, what do you call it? Good tailoring is the foundation of our clothes' superiority all our customers know it, but we want you to know it. Why not let us put your name on the list today? Prices of suits start at $15 and go up as high as $40. If $12.50 to $25 DODDS D. G. CO. BALTZER & Incorporated Danish Pudding. Put half a cupful of tapioca Into n snuoepnn with throe cupfula of water,, cook until transparent Thon ndd half a cupful of sugar, ono cupful of currant Jolly ,a quarter tenspoonful of salt and one tableapoonful of lemon Jclco. Pour fnto a wet mold and chill Turn out and servo with whipped roam. Bradley & Parham Don't forget our hot weather Hats, Shoes and Underwear. witwwhhjiuu' & m;BsipyyWp l ft A. E. NETTLETON A.T OBC Shoes of Quality Oco R. Hopson, a well known business an of Cronnnsvlllo, Tonn., vm HEftg hero Tuesday looking for a location ?$ town a He found Hlckan Just such a he would liko to niako his homo.but, as usual, ho was unable to find aa- i E. Loo. of Clayton, was hero Uj.a vant rosldonco Unless wo can get more residences to tako care of folks week. coming to Hickman to locato. wo aro Seo our lino of wall paper Fth wasting money advertising the town & French. J H Provow and family will leave Hugh Adams was hero from Mos next wxok for Croal Springs. Ills . to cow Monday. spend a few weeks with rolatlves Will Bunton was here from Tipton Kd Adams has been on the slok Mile Sunday. l.st Refrigerator of all kinds. Hkk I . TTr- - Tho Boston Tribune-Democroffer ed a year's subscription for a correct irflM answer to tho conundrum, "Why Is a newspaper like a woman?" Tho prize was won by Mrs Mary Roberts, LkI of Springfield, Mo, and the answer Nothing can ever rob soldiers of th was. "Every man should have one honor of having been soldlors in one of his own and not be running after of the most tremendous wars of all his neighbors." history, & war with Grant and SherJohn Adams. Ferd Bireiidtt and man and Hancock and Sheridan and Farragut on one side and Lee and Will Frenz spent seeral days last Stonewall Jackson an Longstreet week on No 9 fishing and Johnston on the other. As In Sam Salmon, Jr , Is able to be out Greek assemblages, when speakers again after a severe illness of small would rouse the audience, they bbout Pox ed "Marathon!" so if we wanted to stir you to acclamation we would only need to speak tho words "Lookout Mountain," Chancelorsville," Gettysburg " And though through the passage of years you are forever free from duty of enlistment, If European nations should too easily and too quickly forget the Monroe doctrine and set agresslve foot upon this continent we think your ankles would be supple again, and your arms would grow strong again, and your eye would be keen enough to follow tho stars of the old flag, wherovor It might load. 1 They Are, Brothers Now. Although the horrors of war are the more conspicuous where the conflict Is between brothers una tne struggle Is a long and desperate ono the evidences are numerous that underneath the passion and bltternusa of our ci 11 war, there were counter currents of kindly feeling, a spirit of genuine irlendlinesa pervading the opposing camps ihls friendliness was something deeper than the expression of mere human instinct, the combatants felt that they were Indeed brothers Acts of kindness to wounded enemies began to be noted at Hull Run, while In every campaign useless pick et firing was almost uniformly discountenanced and the men shook hands at the outposts and talked confidingly of their private affairs and their trials and hardships in the army This feeling, confined perhaps to men on the very front line culminated at Appomattox, where the victor ehared rations with their late anago-nist- s t and generously offered them help in repairing the wastes of battle. When the Lnlon veteran returned to the north he did not disguise his fatth in the good intentions of the Southern fighting man. The spirit that moved Lincoln to say la his last inaugural, "With malice toward none" has continued lta. holy Influence. That which must appear to the world at large a startling anomaly. Is In truth the simple principle of good-wilunfolding itself under favorable conditions. The war, that is, the actual encounter on the field, t&ughtthe participants the dignity of American character. l, H I B H H H H H H H H H H I H H H H Tfi 14 I I I I I II E d CUR-LIWS- i J B Rlngo, who runs a largs farm in Wolf Island township of Mississippi county, Mo , tells us that the army worm has appeared there and is devouring the young corn Some of the affarmers are preparing to ter the worms have moved on to J E Bennett, of Nashville, was the greener fields Clinton Gazotte guest of Miss Stella Salmon, Monday. A number of Hlckmanltes aro planThe Woman's Foreign Missionary ning to go to Louisville to see the Society of the Methodist Church will Minneapolis ball team play on May meet Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mr Swan Burrus A full attendance is urged Miss Stella Stoltz, of Sturgeon, Mo , No acant houses In Hickman Why arrived in Hickman, Tuesday, to visit nu' build more' her sister Mrs W C Speer beggar on tho streets of Fulton Monday assaulted a man who refused to buy a pencil from htm The beggar uecd his crutch as a weapon His victim was W 3. Stover, who was badly hurt. A 27-2- S mm rn?w uan Furnlturo W Co. Irancls River, Ark. J Logan left last week for 8t 1 Best carnations at Mli Frankyo Rold. per doitm For a neat Job of undertaking Hickman Furnlturo Co. I Ellison Bros! I at Reynolds Moss Fly titno Is boro; got wrwii door & Co. a M. YatM Better shingles for less money. Shlnglo Co. W A. Carpenter was here from Trezutant, Tonn.. this week. IH Refrigeratora that will kcop Ico for 112 Hickman Furnlturo Co. Mu Eugenia I'arbam, of May field, was hero first of tho week. Mrs. Housekeeper: I Coffe Pot ONUt, could Induce you Just to TRY a Kln-heIt makes the finest of coffee In LESS THAN TWO MINUTES TIME, and with I e 1 h H Hickman Furnlturo Co., headquarters for anything la furnlturo. J J Helm, of Orayrtllo, 111, was here Wcdnvaday on business It take LESS COFFEE than any other way. A heaping teatpoonful make a cup of coffee. How much do you Uie your wayf You can end It back It If you after trying don't like It. H H H H H H U Fun am biting. supplies G your tithing from Fotbo s k Frvnch. Everything in lunibor and builders' hardware at Reynold-MoU Co, Mitsee Mary Hardy and Ruth Llgon came over from Union City Saturday Don l forvet we have tho best line of matresaes Hickman Furnlturo Co B Burnett, the Moscow miller, was here on business first of the voek Pot you uie only PULVERIZED COFFEE for you can't get the full strength out of coffee not pulverized finely. That Is why the Kin Hee way Is so much more economical than any oth er way. You aeo with a Kin Hee And you'll like the flavor of BOCA COFFEE. H Lots of houiekcepere In Hickman use It and will have no other. Only 30 centi the pound. alto. Then, too, we have Mrs. Rorer'e brand Coffee at 30 cents The guaranteed eon Fruit at 30 cents In pound cans and the fruit Jar coffee 25 cents a pound put up In Mason Fruit Jars at net weight You get a Ma Jar with each one and two pounds you buy. I Lee Ellison. h 'I H H H H H If lu anything In tho lumber or building Hue, go to Reynolda-Moe- s h Co., Incorporated. Follow spring Fetbo & a few nloo plcturva. Frvnch 's. houacoUmnlng with A big lino at y I I Dock Adam and Esq. 8, Q. and aoveral othors wore hero from Madrid Bond Monday. This U "wall paper" timo. Let us show you tho prettiest lino you over saw Fetho & French. Mrs Q. Shumate returned to New. born Friday, aftor a visit to her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Tylor, and son, C P Shumato. Howard Moore has returned from Mississippi, whoro ho has boon slnoe Christmas, and has accepted a position In Jones' Cafo. Cbas Baldridge, formerly hero with Baltzer & Dodds, Is a student of Hall Moody Institute at Martin. Ho was here Tuosday on tho excursion. The Courier wants all tho local now In Fulum county, doaths, Scatter the Flowers. Decoration Dayl The inspiration of the occasion is the Inspiration of flowers and peace and beauty. At a time when the glory of the land Is moat dominant, clad In verdure and decorat sB d with i blooming roses, every flag J that flutters above a hallowed grave mingles lta colors with those of buds and blossoms and Is a monument of God's past goodness and a prophecy love strengthened by her courage of His continued mercy guided by her discretion. "Scatter the flowers O why should we The place to take the true measure CherlBh the hate of the years gone of a man is not the market place or I by the amen corner, not the forum or Over the grave of their enmity the field, but at his own fireside. Scatter the flowers. There he lays aside bis mask and Scatter the flowers, my child, today; you may learn whether he's Imp or Scatter the flowers where the sol- angel, king or cur, hero or humbug. diers lie; I caro not what tho world says of him Scatter the flowers on blue and gray; whether it crown him with Jewels Scatter tho flowers." or pelt him with bad eggs, I care never a copper what his reputation may "Decoration day races," "Decora- be. If his babies dread his coming tion day base ball," and "Decoration homo and wlfo swallows" her heart day dances" aro announcements ap- every time she asks him for a five pearing In some papers. As tho day dollar bill, he's a fraud of tho first approaches for tho revival of sacred wator, even though he prays night memories and paying of trlbuto to and morn till he is black in tho faco tho heroism of comrades dead, such and howls hallelujah till be shakes notices aro not hailed with a feeling the eternal hills. of satisfaction by old soldiers. Tho purposes for which tho day was set apart are too sacred for approval of Avoid unkind criticism. If a life bo you making tho day one of jolllficalon pure, let all oddities alone. If are convinced that a not and hilarity. Tho true patriotic heart man is trying to live a clean and mind never contemplated such joung make an honest record In tho life and conditions when an annual memorial world, don't pick him to pieces in service was first concolved. your after-part- y talks, oven If he is a littlo bit of a boro or a trlflo closo or No man ever lived a right life who ra'hor prosy. A puro man Is better had not been chastened by a woman's than a brilliant man any day, and over-brlllla- I H truth and honor make a better crown than cleverness and wit Set your aim In this world toward the making ol happy hearts, and homes, as the woman spoken of in the play of Cllto," who "made the grass a little greunor for her foot passing over it " Strive not so much to be admired as to bo loved, and seek to awaken that love In the "littlo ones," whom the Master especially commended to our care. I ' jfcff WW WIlll)A ! Brighten Up VERNICOL reproducer the colors and effects of hard woods. It Is not affected by heat or cold, soap or water, and when used on floors does not show heel marks. It Is designed for finish on FLOORS, hard or coft wood, old or good men have had good moth new, In good or bad condition, paintMost ed or natural. It Is a very durable, era. C. L. Taylor, Assistant Superintendent of tho American Express Co., af- attractive and economical floor finish. Nothing wears better. WOODWORK new or old, of hard or soft wood. It makes the woodwork was in Hickman Tuesday, looking ter establishing an agency of that a part of the color scheme of tho company hero. Tho C, M. & Q R. room. It covers tho bad painting an renews finish that has been marrR., has this company, and tho offico ed or worn. It Is a great Improvewill probably bo located at tho depot in West Hickman. Should the offico bo located in West Hickman, it will work a hardship on merchants who have to ship packages via tho American; llkowlso receiving express should tho new company not put in a delivery service When you want your baby buggy d 3co Ed Allen. ment for kitchen wainscoting, refrigerators, kitchen clnks, bath rooms, 61c FURNITURE. It helps to harmonize tho furniture and decorations, renews old articles, giving them new life and beauty. Cowgill's Drug Store, ro-tlre- riages, entortalnments, vlsltorn from For any kind of furniture go to the abroad, etc., and will bo obliged if peoplo'wlil notify us by calling at Hickman Furniture Co. tho offico or telephoning a lino. For poroh furnlturo, tho Iilekman Saturday evening, Mra. C. P. ShuFurnlturo Co. Is tho place. mate was the hostess of a bridge parThe coldest kind of lee water at II. ty given In honor of Mrs LllyWall, E Curlln's freo of Tampa, Fla A salad courso and Torch Furnlturo. 8L Louis Furnish Ice tea were srvd. The guostawero Mesdnraea Lily Wall, J. M. Hubbard, Ing Co. sell It for loss. E. B. Prather, J. II Mlllot, E R. ElMrs John Smothorman, of Amoral, lison, A. M. Tyler. J. T. Stophons, L. Ark., Is horo visiting her parents, B. A. Stono, L. P. Ellison, II. N. Cow. gill, C. B. Travis, W. II. Haltzor, P. Moore and family. S. Mooro, and Misses Charlotto HubCyprofio Shingles 11.25 a thousand bard and Virginia Prathor. at mill six mllos Bouthwost of HickAt Methodist Church noxt Sunday: man. C. M. Vatoa Shlnglo Co. Sunday School will opon alO a. ni.i Instead of 9.40 as usual. 'At 11 o' John Doawn, age 21, and Miss Morris, age 17, wcro married In clook will begin tho Children's Day West Hickman Saturday by Rev Q servlco Instend of preaching. Parents W Wilson. nnd all In any way connected with the school nnd friends are invited to Miss Jessie Dillon returned Tues- attend this Barvlco. Regular preachday night from a three weeks' visit ing Bervlco S p. m , Friday ovoning; to Mrs. Horaco Luton, In Fulton, and Rov. O. W. Wilson will proach at Eat her aunt, Mrs. Kogor, In Paducah. Hickman Chnpel Provision will bo mndo for a tont rovlvnl meeting to Miss Estello Roneau will leave to- begin there In Juno. Rev. B. S. morrow for St Louis whoro sho will of Memphis Is engaged to niako her futuro home. Miss Rononu holp tho pastor. Rovhal at tho 1st has boon popular as a teacher in tho Methodist Church Is appointed for college and has a host of friends tho early part of September At that who will regret to learn that sho will mooting, J T Myers, of Memphis, leavo Hickman. will holp tho pastor. Su-di- o births, mar- AM ..jAeW.. yHMa'3e&.- - v Sentenced to Hang. John R Aloxandor, 6B years old, hla son, Emmet Aloxandor, 25, and his brother, Ed Aloxandor, 45, wore convicted Thursday in Obion Circuit Court of tho murder of Walter Sim. mons. Tho Jury's verdict was murder In tbo first degree with mitigating circumstance. This waa tho second tlmo tho Al oxandors wcro tried for tho allogcd crime, tho first trial resulting In a hung Jury. Scones novor boforc 'witnessed in Obion county court bouso wero enacted, Thursday, when tho families of tho defendants with tholr wives nnd littlo children arrived and loarn-e- d the verdict. The weoplng of tho children, women and old men softened tho hearts of the spectators and brought many to tears. Tho killing occurred at Limb, In Obion county, August, 1910. Tho beginning of tho troublo was a' craps gamo in which somo ono of the Alexanders lost 150. Defendants actually riddled Simmons with pocket knives, two holding him on his horso whllo the other man cut him to pieces. He fell off tho horso dead. Tho two boys have been sentenced to doath, but the old man will got a now trial. When the baby takes too much food tho stomach turns; the result Is indigestion, sourness and vomiting. Frequently tho bowels are involved and there is colic pains and diarrhoea McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR Is a grand corrective remedy for tho stomach and bowel disorders ot babies It is pure, wholesome andpleas-an- t to take Price 25c and 50c per bcttlo Sold by Hickman Drug C6.6 We ore authorized to announce Wo aro authorlzen to announce B. A. NORMAN, . HBHIIIIHIHIIIIHIHIHiHHIHHBflimiflHlflimHiHflHIH SCREEN DOORS New Stock New Patterns mmmmmmmMmmmummmtmmmmmm of Maytleld, as a candidate for State Senate from tho district composed of the counties of Graves, Fulton and Hickman, subject to the action of 'ho Democratic Primary Election, on July 1st, 1911. W. A. FROST, of WIngo, a candidate for the State Senate from the district composed of the counties of Fulton, Hickman and Graves, subject to the action of tho Democratic Primary Election, oa July 1st, 1911. SUTHERLAND'S EAGLE EYE SALVE Dr. Bell's AntisepticSalve Good for all Sktn Diseases. Stationery and blank books at & French's. Fo-th- o Good for Nothing but the Eyes Standard garden seed of ovory description at Bettcrsworth & Pratber1. Low Prices Buy Now I W- - A. Dodds II BEND "I Cc'.i h4Xi. c E Z'minf mil Co. No. 32 The Old Cabinet Maker says: There was a time when we used to put things in the cellar or the well to keep them cool, put nowadays we have minature ice houses, where we may store the eatables during the hot weather, from day to day. For one reason alone you can't afford to buy a poor one, for you pay the difference in price in the ice you have to buy. When you get one from us, right here at home, people you know, you are bound to get the right kind. First, we don't handle any other kind, and even if we wanted to we couldn't afford to for just figure how much it would hurt us if we sold you an ice burner for a refrigerator. If you have one now that is using loo much ice, what you save in a single season on the ice bill will buy you a good one. L ANOTHER FATAL SHOOTING AT MADRID Ed Dyer Victim of Three Cornered Pistol and Shotgun Duel, Ben Whitson and Tnl Woods in Hickman Jail. Trouble Starts over Practically Nothing. Dyer Makes Sworn When Told that he Could Not Recover. Winer owl of the county, Uend. Sunday u renins, Another tracwly look place In tin at Madrid bcn Hen Whltaon shot and mortally woundwl over Ed I)yr Tho trouble ataru-practically nothing, but bad tbu usual sl(lns ot cards, wbliky and pistols and dylug statement, aa follows "Hen Whltaon, Tall Wooda aud Woaa Northorn came to my bouso a bout noon hour. May 21st I was lightly acquainted with all three of them. All throe wore drinking Thoy uuiu In and rat down and started a gamo of cards, asking ine It 1 My cook got din-rx- t I said no. I asked them all three to and dinner, and In the meantlmo something waa said about going In next house which Jolutd ours. I asked tbu boys, aa frlunds, not to tnolest thoao parties, aa they were strangers or In tbu community, bothering no one and I did uol want them bothend, and I was preparing to go on the sloufh fishing at that time and they alt agreed to go fishing with for net, l niudu preparations mo. hitched tho muloa to the wagon and drovo In front of the house whore tho bejs wore atlll playing u game of cards ! sold, "boy a. I am ready to go fishing." They said, "we do not believe wo aru going, wo are going In nnit door." I euld. "I bolioo oil wont You will either go fishing with mo or leao my house, aa 1 do not wnut you all to atari any troublo" And Wom Northorn uuido un attempt to draw a pistol, and I took It away from him, took tho sheila, out, throw as ii to him and told thorn to loavo. Thoy. I did not want any troublo got together to get out In tho road They went off cunning mo and tho women I returned and got my pistol nuw-come- wounds ciuuu from a and hut cheat aud back wore literally riddled by shot. H' lav h wife and child, and bad boon In tbls county about alx mouths, coming In-rfrom Itrdland. Cal Ho was about 30 yvara old nc-tfue D)r'a datb cf the lowor Whltion. u vnd of tbu county, la also marrlod Sheriff Johnaon and Deputy Hob Ooal-dearrived on tbo scene Mouda) morning at 2 o'clock and arrcatvd Wbluon and a man named Northern, ami both are In Jail awaltliu? a bearing which will 1 Riven thorn today, before County Judge W. A Naylor Another man, Tall Wood &a alio mixed up In th.t troublo, but tii ad hla escape and waa lam heard of at Tlptonvllle. During tho ftRbt. Wood waa ahot In tho hand and car rlca a painful wound Tho story of tbu troublo and killing Is beat told In tbo dying statement of Dyer, which o print below: . Dyer's Dying Statement. Dd Dyer, being conacloua and being advised by Dr. John Q. Adams that ha was mortally wounded and hod no chanco to recover, given bin lost r Sb W mm HtAK Yl n nrc1 uur i'taui ij DlstLIKtHtJU A vvs a t ' iJ, CttDlTtAllS.tlUI it nrftoiti' Ht-i- rtn ytLor Xtilr ill rsATLf roi YOIK Blil TW1SHPHA1.HU.K OWN A BA'iK AC NT 'M YOIV mr,i. til I gwfaj5gioog9 uipkuaupahk itin TRUST CO, II 3zsooag for protection lion Whitson began WTYVTTVYVVTVVVTVVVTVVVV bucking off as ho aeetntd to want to hate a ahooling scrape with mo 1 adrouccd on him Tall Wooda and Northorn turned north ou the river Whltaon turned south towards Mr Ward's atoro, whore I wan going to stop When ho saw mo turn towards the store, bo began cursing mo, but I passed on without saying anything back, wont on in tho store and talked with some of my neighbors and told them of the trouble I had with Hardware, Glassware and them. I bought what few things I Tinware had to have, walked to tho wagon 1 bitched in front of the store. Aa Gas Engine Oil did so, Tall Wooda and this fellow Standard Northern w as approaching near w here 1 waa, and I saw be had his hand on Free Delivery his pocket, acting as If ho had a gun Phone 183 and was going to usu It. I walked towards him telling him if ho want tAaAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ed to uuj hla gun, ua It, aud not be slipping up on mu When Igot home Last Thursday evening, Mrs C. G. the parties who were making prepa go Schlenkor entertained a number of lations with Mr. PluU Clark to back to tho hills to get some house friends at Rook at the LaClode Hotel. woro served. hold goods which they had left and Cream and angel food bring down horu were there. Being The guests wero Mesdamca T. A. Barprepared 'to go fishing, this part), Ledford, J. T Stephens, H. C. Gabby, Percy Jones, J. T. whoao name is Prank Gaut, wanted to rett, B. F. Mosby, Belle go fishing with us, if Mr Clark was Dillon, G. A. Moore, Jorry Malono and Misses not ready for him to go to tho hills Williams, Lizzie Amberg, MolUe So we got In Uie wnou and drove Laura Brown, Jackson, Marino Brown, to Mr. Clark's to see If ho was Bourne, Julia dowu Montgomery, ready for Mr. Cant to go to the hills Alice Campbell, Lou Prico, ot way down, we overtook Mr Clols Ledford, and Jessie On the St Louis. S Q McCreery nad Unclu Dock Adams They had seen from the actions thore had boon somo trouble, and I was tolling them tho beat I could r what It was while on my way to I had to pass Mr. Whit Clark sou's house He came out, throwed up hla hands und stopped the wagon and asked mo what I was abusing his mon In any such way for. I pro ceeded to tell him of their conduct at my placo, and hla son, Den Whitson. who waa standing near, said 1 was a d lying s of a b . Don, while saying this, came towards the gatu with pistol In his hand ready for use I prepared myself, thinking thoy were Beforetnking Lydia CPinkham's going to try to abuso me. Got out Vegetable Compound. of tho wagon and walked towards the ! ennnnt exnrcsd VoMnl- - Mnnq gato. Mr. Whitson rnn up and caught mo from behind around the what I wont through during tho change oi uiu uuiuiu i iiii-waist, then we fell. I broko hla hold 'tfrTTafc- Ldla E.a Pinkhatn'a and somo one asked me not to hit Vc trot bio Com. nnnniT. T was ill such tho old man. I snld "I wont" A a nervous coudition bout that tlmo Bon Whitson opened " I could not keep yard and shot fire on mo from tho M My V still. cold, nuiDS mo in tho chest. He rotreated, fir I had Rpns."ltlon9. nronnv ing, and I also returned tho flro after and i could not sleep I was shot again. Bon Whitson, re nights, i was uuauy shotgun and returntreated, got his Dy two puys-Irlnn- q rfWfTTY iMvl. told that T also ed again. I dono tho best I could to ll II I) 'llll "i had a tumor. I read protect mysolf, shot five times, all 'If ono day of tho wonderful cures mado thcro waa In tho gun. Will Whitson by Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegctablo shotgun was shooting at mo with a Compound and decided to try it, I think a pump gun from around the ami it has mado mo a well woman. and friends dcclaro it north corner of tho house. I got In' My neighbors mlraclo for me. Lydia had worked a tho wagon, sot Mr. McCreery and E. Plnkham's Vegetable, Compound is Undo Dock to bring me down to Pi worth Its weight in koM for women of life If it nto. Mr. McCreery and Undo Dock duriug this period may publish will my you walked behind tho wagon." Signed help others Xatian B. GrtnATox, letter." Mrs. ED DYER, with Tlnls L. Clark and 01 N. Main Street, Natlck, Mass. Goaldor Johnson as witnesses, and Tho Chango of Lfo is tho most crlti- nnl nnrlml of O Wnm.lll'R OXistGnCO. sworn to beforo Esq. S. Q. McCreeryWomen everywhere should remember tuatinoro is no ouiuriuuH.'uj nuuu successfully This la tho Dyer sldo of tho story to mcdlclno that will so this trying carry women throueb as given to Shorlff Johnson. Tho period as Lydia E. Plnkham's VegcCourier has not learned Mr. Whit-son'- s tablo Compound. If you would like special ndvico version, but It will bo brought cmo writon confidenout in tho trial today. Tho wholo nbnut vour to Mrs. Pliilclinin, at tial letter deoply rcgrotted by frlonds Lynn, Mnss'. Hor ndvico is free, affair la pf both parties. aud alwayu liolpf uL F. E. CASE & SON Staple and Fancy Grocerie? HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. INCORPORATED UNDERTAKERS Next Door to Post Office. Who'll Take 'er? Fine Bottom Farm of 56 Acres Well Improved, Already Stocked For Only $35 an Acre 1 Owner has other business opportunities and will sell this place at much less than It is worth. It can be had with buildings, stock, farming Implements and poultry already on It. Two residences on place, In only moderate repair, but two good barns, one 36 and the other 32 feet, with sheds on sides. Nice young bearing orchard, 50 bushels apples, plenty of plums, etc. 100 acres of the place In cutlvaltlon; produces 60 bushels corn, a bale of cotton per acre, also alfalfa, oats, wheat, potatoes and all other crops of this section. A fine stock farm, now stocked with registered hogs of threo kinds, live stock and about 200 chickens, guineas, etc., which may be bought with place. All under good American wire fence, but outside Is a range of, 5,000 acres for stock. Three good wells and pumps on farm. Land Is next to river, but Is being added to yearly by river deposits. No better soil under the sun. Place will stand any kind of Investigation you may care to make. This Is an extremely low price, as low as any unimproved land, se-M- WHAT I WENT THROUGH mi but absolutely nothing wrong with the farm or Its title. Makes a good crop every year. If. you want either a Fulton county farm or a good Investment, It will pay you to buy this place. t v The Hickman Courier Daily Commercial Appeal (for R. F. D. only) - and Hickman Courier !4oo; - Both one year for f ;' v - IMjtMttl 1 1 mtaffli ii i. i1 ilCTi UHWHI&WiW1AAAftt Putting in Sanitary Plumbing is now considered a necessity. Time you were thinking of it yourself, is it not ? $ The Courier's Weekly Sermon ? T .', X. "lir I'AHTOIl H18HRU. li HUMAN IMMORTALITY Ky. Lump Coal The Everything You Want DIVINEJMMORTALITY The Difference In Kfl A Ton HTiVll A Let me save you money on your coal. Grocer: Snow Flake Flour. Best Meats in the city, freah 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. Between These the Bible, STAHR STEVE PHONES DOTH il- - otherwise spoken of In the Scripture as everlasting life. Is not Inner . rut Immortality, but uu eternal subject e In life by the Creator, to the ondltlou of obedlcuie-anmain-teimnright-eoiisnes- s Have us give you an estimate on remodeling the plumbing of your house. Remember we figure on real sanitary work and do it. That is something to bear in mind when awarding the contract. The Ono Only a Provisional Gilt, tho Other an Inherent Quality. Lynchburg, Virginia, May M. Pastor Russell, ot Brooklyn Tabernacle. N. Y., preached twice hero today to a tteut 1 ve audi Wo report eucea. oue of the dl courses, which was prencbed from the word of the M tic, "Christ brought life and Immor talliy lo light through the Gospel." The speaker ufSd We have a number of times menUon ed tho glorious exaltation purposed of God for the New Creation. St. Peter tell us that these will attain the divine nnture. and this attalument will be through, or by menus of, the power of God working fu the heart as the re suit of firiili In "the exceeding great and precious promise" (II Peter I. 4) StcWIno For Immortality. " Tho Apostle wrttei concerning the Church, the elect "little flock" of called, chosen und faithful ones. He tells us that by perso eratu-- In well doing we ure to attain glory, honor and Immortality; and that thl reward, to the fultlirul. will come In the First RMur-tvrtlo-n. when mortality shall be clothed uihiii with Immortality; whett the new li(ly. glorlou mid of the divine nature, will be granted to earh of the faithful, an Instead of the fleshly and Imperfect bodies of the present trial time iltomaiH Ii. !. 7: 1 Corlnthlaus XT. W). The lintnortallty for whtctrthe Apos tle tit lare the uuurrn is to seea is ot a different kind entirely from that whl h the world may expect. It Is a dlnVrwit kind even from that which tli nngels po!fl. It Is tho Immor-tHlltwhleh Is a feature or quality of the divine nature. This Immortality, the Srrlptures assure u. was originally vosieHed by the Heavenly Father Deliveries Prompt Telephone orders receive our personal attention. Hickman Tin. & Plumbing Co. Both Phones Jfo. 73 A. M. Attorney-at-La- TYLER w TASTY MEAT DISHES RECIPES THAT WILL APPEAL TO ECONOMIC HOUSEWIFE. Braleed Beef Make Dlh Tnat la Pit for a Kino EnglUh Wiggle Ii Mutton Worth Trying Sausage Preaied Veal. and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. Xlloluunu, ICy. h M n n .. pound English Wiggle. One-bai- t J; chipped beef put on In cold water and Office with let come to boll, then chop fine and I Judge B. T. Davis ; brown In three tableapoonfuls ot but ter; one shredded onion; over this pour one can of tomatoes chopped fine; add pepper and salt over' tomatoes and bits of. butter and two finely rolled crackers When thoroughly heuted through, cover all with freshly broken eggs. Cover and cook slowly . KELLY SMITH till whites and yolks of eggs are seL Serve on toast Attorney-at-LaBraised Beef. Get from your butcher five pounds ot beet cut from the round and In tho bottom ot your roastClinton, Kentucky ing pan place In a row five slices ot OnfUnth at U fett la OrtstUitlh. fat pork On this slice a medium sired onion and season with salt and pepper. Now put In the beef, place cover on roasting pan. and roast slow ly In a moderately hot oven for two hours. Do not remove cover from pan until the two hours are up. When ready to serve, cut In slices and arrange on a platter, then remove bits -- ASK FOR RATESof pork from the liquor and make a gravy, using a tablespoonful ot flour. On each slice of meat pour a spoonful McMUnRY W. J. of gravy and serve Immediately Attornty-at-LaYou will have & dish fit for a king, Oltlce la Davta Building on corner. and there Is no waste, as the manner ot roasting makes It sweet. Juicy, and Hickman, Ky. tender. It Is delicious siloed cold or hashed on toast. M. CRUTCHFIELD. DR. E. Mutton Sausage, Take one pound Dsntlst of underdone leg of mutton, six Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. ounces of beef suet, one pint ot oysters, two anchovies, and some sweet Utekmaa, Ky. herbs. Chop all these Ingredients fine and season with mace, pepper, HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. and salt. Add a quarter of a pound of grated breadcrumbs and two well Funtral Directors and Embalmers. beaten eggs Mil well and pot It by rolling Into ball sausage Phone 20, day or night. shape and fry. This makes a delicious Hickman, Ky. entree. . Pressed Veal. Three pounds veal, W. F. MONTGOMERY boiled tender, then ground fine; seaUndertaker son with salt and pepper. Save a pint of liquor after the meat has boiled. Hearse and driver (urnlahed on Doll eight eggs hard, chop separately. abort notice. Dissolve nearly a box gelatin In tho hot liquor Put a layer of veal (one-hagallon inold of veal) In one-hal-f and press down gently, then ye.llow of WOODLAWN DAIRY eggD, then whites, and lastly another A. H. Leet, Proprietor. layer of veal; press down again aid pour liquor over and set In cold pluoe. dairy In The only This makes a nice luncheon dish. Fulton County. w Business Directory Father alone nath Im mortality, dwelling In the light which no man ran approach, Whom no man hntli seen nor can see." Tho only Begotten of the Father, the toga, whea mnde flesh, revealed the Father to tiMuklml hlohn I. 18). The faithfulness of the Itrjoi as the tan Christ" Jestn was rewarded by the Father with glory, honor and immortality the divine nature ud this great privilege has been given to an elect "little flock." the Bride class, to leeouie associated with Jtwii.i In the surferltig of thN present time and In the glory to follow. Our Lord Jesus corroborate tho Apostle, saying. "As the Father hath Uherent life Mmniortallty In the highest sene of the word deatlilessue"w), so Inth lie given unto the Hon that lie should hnve Inherent life." and hut lie might give it unto whomsoever Ho. would -- the Bride chins, the overromerv "more than conquerors." Everlasting Life For Humanity. Tbo JnimorUllty enjoyed b the ani abme. We rend. "The lu this same sense of the word Auam was whs immortal, but his liumortalltj dependent upon hl olnillitico. When he disobeyed. DUlne provision for his Ho was nustfiintire was withdrawn expelled from Dleit thitt the sentence of d.nlll might take elTert. "dying thou Bhnlt die" .Sliiillsriy. Satan aud oth ers of the Atiieels. because of dUobeUi lieu.e their lm cue. will br in .rtalln whs condl huial as was thut of humanlt) (Hebrew Ik Hi Llf and Immortality. The Scriptures, an we have alrrady Intimated, we the wuvd inrnflnhly In 1 torn h uore restrWtml wse thaw uioti In our peiHfal usnee Thus the Strlntun explain the two f..ld work of ChrtM (ti The wo k f- -r hllNg fdr all the win i! world. In of imuifclHil. ei-in. Had oliwlU-ti- t wiirfc the tl life: ( iiilu i linn b. In waking ptMsUi'e for the illliig awl obedient of th Bride elass honor and Immortallt). the dl i.l..r tic ustitre lb.- - SrtttHnil expression is that Hfe awl Imtaurtsllt) i tirist bruiuriit - light thruu. the Oopr (11 Tim.. i In 1. l'i RvtHiMtlM Hfe was lull e tn asl In the reBHrte Dust. Itlt ii. ill) stated The deUmtl u tint boulJ i in Sttsl of the wwhmn Unl-.- tit Serpent's hhhI ImpUetl a . fniu sm mm! dimtli. a htory of mau the Advefury. a reh-.- e imlt) kind from the death The prmle Hut It was Httt sperllt f iiud to ufflbat4l. tlmt In his Seed il Dm- fitniMleM of the earth should In--i of a iiitalnsl an intlu-atluI hint' pnttWtuu for the restoration of luiiusnlti from death uml the present finl.-i- i oiidltlfi. a restitution to eter But there was life coiHllttoAs ii. nothing spe-- rti- - In It The Trophets also gnve InMmntUms of coming bins lugs through a great Messiah, but fall ed to say that eternal UXe would be the grand result. r MATHENY BROS. & PLANT Phone 74 HICKMAN tu aS jM MARBLE L. WORKS dt4t KHTAIlLIHIIUtJ 1U TOM DILLON, Sr Prop. Huec4r to II O IUmuM, fr 'S1 Marble and Granite v Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OP AI KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, : I tt Ktnfuckv r.-- ,n - Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, il. W . KENTUCKY J. J. O. HON IIUHAMT nuuHJTOKa K. IMf.KR 11 1 J AI.KXANIIRti M. HUHHA.Hl) OKA. II llr.J TIIHKI.KKI.ll T.A I.KHrOKl) SUTHERUHD'S EAELE EYE SALVE Good for Nothing but Hit Eye 25o Is a 8mall Amount would not suffer one day for We combine absolute twfety with satiafactory service, and oficr our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS H You Ht'CIIANAN. I'rriltlttil II I und harmless. Sutherland's Kagtu Bye Salve. Wo guarantee It to cure. It's palnlooa h five times that amouut. Then try Mississippi county, Mo. shipped 30, buahela of cow peas luat year valued at $01,t8G. Only ouo other county In tho State shipping a larger That county la also second lu the shipment of alfulfa. CIC r ; t X HAMAUK AtCihlir J A TH(iMrON. C.iUI. I Sprinkling Rates FOR ? J 1011 Next time try a sack of Omgo Flour beat made. Betters orth k l'rather. WHEN HER BACK ACHES. A t The sprinkling rate for the season, beginning May JLst ana enaing novemoer jlsi, uxx, in reii- is dence section, t x 50 foot front and under 8c for each additional foot. 6.00 lf Woman Flnda All her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away. J J Business house rate, each door 6.00 Sprinkling must be done enrly in the morning or late in afternoon. Please remember this. -- te For His Sake "My husband bepged me to take Cardui," writes Mat-t- ie L. Bishop, of Waverly, 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 nowI am all right" B. G. Hale Real Estate We have several fine tracts of Bottorn Land, below Hickman, for sale, also some West Hick, man lots for half their real value Now is the time to invest in real estate in and around Hickman You can see prices growing. Call on or address me at Hickman. Business Phone No. IS Clam Dltque. Thirty clams, one cupful ot milk, and half as much cream, or two cup-ful- s butter and one ot flour, throe eggs, a tablospoonful of onion Juice, one cupful of boiling water, a pinch of soda In tho milk, and one cupful of cracker crumbs. Chop the clams and put over the fire In the boiling water Simmer half an hour Heat milk and cream In E50 another saucepan with the soda and Btlr In the roux, boll one crumbs minute, and pour gradually, beating all the time upon the yolks, previously whipped smooth. Heat In a double boiler for two minutes, or until the water In the outer vessel bolls hard, Tonic and turn Into tho tureen. Season tho boiling mlnco of clams with salt, cayYou know Cardui will enne, and minced paraloy, add to tho help you. because it has milk In tureen, and cover the surface helped others who were with tho whites ot tbo eggs, beaten to in the same fix as you. standing froth. a Tho Woman's Pocket knives at Fethe & French t Or. Dell's Antiseptic Salve Fb guaranteed for tetter, ringworm, eczema, chapped hands and lips, e Barns, hn-- r. lllrpr. run-nin- nncl In Mrs. L. D. Throlkcld returned Fri Gordon Rico, accompanied by Jno. day from Clinton, v. hero sho attended T Prlco, woro over from Fulton, on commencement oxorclsco of Clinton College. business Monday. Refrigerators not a cheap one but a good refrigerator at a low prlco. Hickman Furniture Co. diseases. '" r Good to use after shaving, 8 hot all atrln i It is not only a medicine for sick women, but a tonic for weak women. Being made from mild, gentle, vegetable ingredients, It is perfectly harmless and has no bad ' after-effec- ts. Hickman women know how the ttchea and pains that come when the klduoys fall make Ufa a burden. Back ache, hip pulus, headaches, dizzy spellH, dLatrebflltiK urlnry trouble), all tell of nick kidneys and waru you of the stealthy approach of dropsy or Brlght'a dlaeaao. Doan'a Kidney Mils aro for the klduu)a only. They attack kidney diseases by striking at tho cause Mete's proof ot It In a Hickman woman's words: Mra. II, L. Oraves, Shaw Iload, ot Hickman, Ky., says- - "I had an attack of kidney trouble which caused my back to become very lamo and v'cak. Headaches wcro common, 1 felt tired and found It difficult somo days to finish my housowork. Learning about Doan'a Kidney rills, I wont to Helm & Ellison's Drug Storo and procured a'box. They rid mo of the lameness In my back, restored my strongth and mado It poaslblo for mo to do my housowork without any i can truthfully say they benefitted mo mora tbnn anything else I over used." For salo by all dealers. Prlco COc. Fostcr-MIIturCo., Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for tho United States. Romcmbcr tho name Doan'a and tako no other. n - -- This is payable in advance. If you have not paid, please don't sprinkle. J u $ HICKMAN ICE & COAL CO. $ INCORPORATED vJ Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Dr. Bell's Xj3DL"T3n For Coughs and Colds. LAUNDRY -A- DR. BELL'S ANTI-PAI- N For Internal end External Pains. Storos and Ranges. St. Louis r"ur alahlog Co. sells It tor less. Let us tlguro on that bill ot lew-bo- r. Reynolds Moss & Co., In cor poratcd. Kerns T-. Bradley & Parliam's Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon Best Work Lowest Prices Cardui can bo relied upon to help you. Try it today. At all druggists. at H. B. Curlln's. Luthor Wood has returned trom a Our 2Cc cotioo Is equal to any Vou two wecka' visit to Rocltoot Lake. Misses Ella and Kato Coram, ot Crccnflcld, Tonn., aro visiting Miss ever bought at 35 to 0c Dotters Mrs. Q. L. Collins spent Sunday Laverne Threlkeld. worth 4 PnUksr. with reUUTe at Jordan. L B Everett was In town Monday. ' MM&!- - to.. - Afe