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In Advance so erceptioni to OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY 11 poor topnd ttili amount fur a ibal nrni Ppr county iv Local News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN eCURIER. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1912 on anyone. Faper do not want to mlii a copy, keep the tubaerlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration li given here 15 day ahead wttli This Paper Always Stops when roar time U out. We dont beforcing lieve la a 9lfi it , Number 33 A Blue Mark fflXB (MT11D1L JLVULU -- Ghif ij: WlYTllhnniTATMT f6YNOP8fk t srtn-- r thought! anticipation of a 00m dart'nc In happy IWno. Lucy Mtddtra. a villi from hli ho nured him when he wai rrd In an auto acrldant out In the Hli mind taken off of hti sur cc "a ry pleaaant thoUfhU - he r nt nee by -- . Into another auto containing- a an count and a beautiful womu. vltn. woman's hat li ruined. Abaent-ralndthe remnanti of the r Harry thruiti and makee lit eeoape. .e' In rie pocket rHUTEIl II. Carolyn. Harry' ststar. arrtvM to play hoiti, Soorate Prtm-- r r a dutant relative of Lucy's, arrive a gift to Lucy w "1 a hat Intended a - ry t IIli trailed to til home by the oo-and Uie lady of the damaged ,1 lJUXMJMyil her, (cellnc that hli ruae was "How can I know 9 work-Ib- c Harry Bwlfton rTtxrTnn InI. his uto. hU .. nt it iurprise me later, when It U to be a curprlse, anyway!" the aaked, with feminine logic. "Well that "Now, Harry, thee has aroued my curiosity. I will tee now." "No." he told her, firmly. "Not now. is" It will bo a aurprlie and I f o Later " "But now, Harry." eaionable." "Oil, come. Lucy," he laid, with a man' tmual lack of Judgment "n "Ah, Uire call me unreasonable! Oh, If father knew that already thee HAITEn III. Who, It develop. I had called me that!" ihe pouted. un"No, no I didn't lay you were Me 0nral Illatt. Bh I In dUtrao-- t ti )tt her huaband eliould hear of tier Hhe that her milliner reasonable. I Juat Juat asked you to m, r a duplicate of the ruined hat had be reasonable' to llarrye houee. Rt r dirvered demand for the hat Hur- "But that li the came thing!" She r to about ry that h know ::y MfO'ltr and her nothing arrive etninped her little font with the word I father I 'iry. voti mlnJitrtRA m"' he ealrt unt I ecretd In the library In Harry bedroom. Mr a. Dial olemnly "I dimply wan not ready for HAITKIl IV iMrf profreo curloty you to look In there yet." nr h room In whlrh Mr Hlaiee "Ala!" Lucy almost wept, "To U 'den and Harry I forced le do com 1 tying think that we have bad our first quar1 Oer-rnu- dlare -- hr A t'. . -- tif a l.urjr." li suggested, "loot's the goldfish." and tv Harry." she smiled. "Let m ,r ' v collection of Junk. I did not w 'hee were an authority on that," k r Lucy," ho said, "letter." 'en I will peep Into thy library," . Jed "! not thU Itr m' arted to the other door, open-- I lro the room where the Count-' b!'iDic the time away and conaa K hit soul with Rtich patience d tnuiter. t no'" Harry raid, almoet Iran- v raichtnK Lucy'i ana. "Not ne l 1 aee-- t f why, HarryT" got a little iurptiae In there Micy" vtlne' Oh, iurprlne me nowl" w ili mrill If nil" he anitired n rel already!" Harry came near to her and murmured: "Well, let us make up. One kiss to show me you forglre me." "Nay, Harry." ue proteated, but not very forcibly. "Thee knoweat I do not approve of that" "How can you approve of a thing until you have it?" Harry wanted to know. And then Socrates Primmer, hat box in hnnd, appeared in the doorway, and what he saw tent his heart thumping to hU boot heels. "Woe la met" he said, sadly. "The time to give her my present Is not yet," And as he turned to go he collided with Carolyn That plump young lady accepted his apology gaily, and left him still delivering It as he went on down the hall, while she rushed to Lucy and greeted her effualvely. "We're going to have the Jolllest Urae ever1" Carolyn cried delightedly the hat, I really know nothing of It There must be a mistake." "It came here, all right," Daphne replied. "The party who got It wouldn't give his name. Ho Just gave ' la CMo Btilldlig, over Brevard Store i ' this number.'' such, Phone No. SI "Well, I wish a hat were here. The messenger must have taken it to the wrong bouse. Now, Daphne, I want Just such a hat as that, and 111 pay you a good price for It" "Locked? Now, who could have, lockDaphne shook Iter head Judicially, ed It!" and fluttered her hands aa though she He fumbled In his pockets, meanwhile listening acutely for tho sound had beon aaked to pluck a few star which would Ull him that Mra. J from the sky. "I can't make another," she said. Illaies was presenting horself. But, blessings upon her head I 8be did do "There aren't any more Ilka the original I had two models, but they're uch thing. With a gasp of relief Harboth gone. One I sold to Mrs. ry aald: "I've left tho key somewhere. I'll Blazes" "Mrs. Blazosl" Harry Interrupted. look for It after while " "Yes," Daphno said, "Mra. General Lucy looked at Carolyn with aa Blar.es." face, Harry looked at him "! that Harry's bedroomf she room, expecUng Mrs.the door toofcome Blazes asked, In horrified tones. forth and enter the discussion. What "Why, yes'" Carolyn answered. construction Daphne might, put on "And I desired to see It! Oh! Har her presence, concealed, In his bouse, ry, what must thee think of me. And imagine. This, coupled bow nice It was of thee to tell me it he feared to with his old flirtation with Daphne, was only a Junk room." and her senslsUvely Jealous disposiSbo went out with Carolyn, leavlnc tion, would be sure to make things Harry sunk dejectedly In a big chair. unpleasant Alter the girls were gone he looked she learned for him. And, further, If that Lucy was here, and ipprehenslvely first at one door, then at the other. Slowly he shook his discovered his fondness for Lucy, he knew mighty well what sort cf a row head, trying to fathom the muddle she would kick up. He trembled at Into which he had plunged himself. the thought Daphne saw his trepi"If I had tried to fix this up for dation. he said, sighing deeply, "It "Whyr she aaked. "What Is Mrs. couldn't have been worse." But it could be and was about to Blazes to you 7" "Nothing," Harry said, fervenUy. be much worse. "Absolutely nothing." "Well, you acted queer. You alCHAPTER V. ways did act queer," Daphne said. "Anyway, the other bat "was sent Unannounced, there entered the room here, and I want to get It" a slender woman, whose face was half "But It isn't here," Harry assured hidden by a huge, flopping, bushel-baskher. "If it were, I wouldn't let you type of hat, the brim of whlcb have It, because I want one like It my en rfrnniu! with flaunllnr. flannlnc self. Can't you make one for me?" lace, and from whose crown lifted Into "I might," Daphne said, assuming the air a gorgeous array of reamers the coy air that she fancied to be so anil rlhhnna and flower. A tlffhbflt- you want a hat? tlng gown, with the skirt so hobbled irresistible. "Why do Is It for your sister?" that her iteps were painfully mincing, "No, it's rnroaxl her form, and from behind way. I Daphne. You see,guest this two a her drifted the most remarkable train guests. AI'm to have I'm greatly In- young lady ever was. She tottered la ea that shoes and peered her about the place with a mingling of coyness and assurance that was araax-tnHarry looked up, saw her, and groaned. Then he lapsed back further Into the chair and mentally gave himself up to the Inevitable with the words: "Te godsl Dapfcare Dafflngton!" HsaBaBaBaBaBaBaBasaSI 8he looked him over coolly, and aJasasasasBaH "ssr said: "You!" He nodded his head weakly. Things had been piling themselves up too rap idly for him to be able to face tne Ituatlon with any assurance what-eve- r T. O. STXJBBS V 50 ri rJ MONCY YOU TO I tjl wucre rov VSC IT" PUT IN YOVK at J BJKK n ABLE WILL "Bl PJT YOUR MAKE BY A BILLS .1NT rVRCH.ISLS ciuch it ciyct JCKLDIT Kw'vA'J rov j coot) RTINtt. BANK AND TRUST CO HICKMAN j Cyva50.00QO55iyTts j i toy-self- ," et Four House Plants FREE We have four beautiful house plants to give away absolutely free to our lady readers in this section. These plants consist of high-heele- d 1 1 1 1 MRS. LAWSON CARNATION GERANIUM FLOWERING BEGONIA BOSTON FERN By special arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman we can offer the Hickman Courier one year : the Farmer and Stockman one year, both for .. V W aSfi -- "After all Iheie years!" she claimed. "To find you at last. Where ! have you been all this time?" "Oh" confusedly "I've been here ' and there first at home and then away off." "Well." Khe said, pursing her lips determinedly, "you're away off if you think you can shake me as easily now a vnii did the Inst time." "I'm eorry. Daphn." Harry told her. "I know yon have a right to think harshly of me. "A right!" sho nald. scornfully I know." he confessed, "that you Up. One Kiss to "Well, Let Us Make think I treated you shabbily" 8how Me You Forgive Me." "Shabbily?" ihe sniffed. "You only "Come. Leave Harry to his own ruts-- " call It shabby to ask me to go to a erable company, and I'll ahow you ball game, and lea.'e me under an awning In a pouring rain and that's your room." As she turned, sho remembered the last I see of you in two whole, long, weary years!" something. Harry squirmed. "Harry," she said. "I want some "I guess that wasn't right, Daphne," pillows out of your room." Carolyn rushed to the door of Hor-- he acknowledged. "You said you wore going for a bedroom and letied thai knob. Iry'i sank weakly Into a chak- - and cab," she accused him. Harry Jumped up suddenly. the blow. "I'll go and get you one now," he "It's all over," he said to hlrasolf. I Carolyn tried the door, but H would offered. ' not open. Daphne stopped him with a steely '""y. in Her Plain Gray Dress, Wit "Whv. Harrrl" she eald. "Tour glance, and demanded: Marked Contrast to the Dashing , r0om la locked." "Where's that hat I sent here?" Harry stared at her for the moment Peullcs He Knew. Harry gftid. WhatT" Oh I "EhT with utter blankness. Then It slowly filtered through his bralnthat she was the milliner to whom Mrs. Blazes had telephoned. Daphne misinterpreted his stare for one of admiration, and with a remarkable Imitation cf shyness, she asked: "Do you think my new gown is beex- tWaVaTTin''aaV) TIalaVffil iMiaVsF rt iaBLsinu1 - 11 kBsssVsE'l and give these four house plants, postage paid, absolutely free, The Farmer and Stockman guarantees these plants to be in growing condition when they reach you. They will be mailed direct from the florist's greenhouse to our subscribers, all charges prepaid. $1.30 We are only allotted a few hundred of these plants therefore we urge you to take advantage of our offer at once if you want this collection. It will doubtless take only a short time for us to give away our allotment. "Ye Qodsl Daphne Dafflngtont" The papers coat $ .00 each and the plants are easily terocted In you see, It has been so worth $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $130. long since we parted that I am sure Address all orders to you have forgotten mo and o well, my sister, this young lady Is to Tlslt THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky. sssssssslr 1 HARNESS ! I have a complete line of HARNESS, BRIDLES and COLLARS, in fact anything that you want in Horse Goods. All harness I make is guaranteed to give satisfaction, and I can sell as cheap or cheaper than anyone else, acenrding to the leather. Come and look for yourself. PHONE 154 HICKMAN HARNESS CO. "It's a beaut," Harry informed her, "It's a beaut How do you get it on? With a shoe horn.," "There you go again!" Daphne said, accusingly. "You were always so full of sarcasm that you acted sour. I want that hat I sent over here." "You never sent any hat here." I did. A yellow hat, trimmed with red popples. It was a duplicate of an Imported model that I aold to one of my best patrons." Tre heard of that hat," Harry mused. Then he said, brightly: "Why, you're not tho renowned Mile. Daphne, the milliner, are youT" "None other," preened Daphne. 'ftn- 3- and "You "9. I nave rlen achlered my ambitions, while you bare been content to remain In coming, reallyt" Ts, and well, I've got to get that hat" "Is the hat for her?" Daphne asked, interestedly. "No." Harry blundered. "It' for another woman." Daphne drew herself up with tho pose of a tragedy queen. "Aha!" she "(wild, in denunciatory tones. "So you're up to your old tricks, are you?" Harry wilted at that, and could make no sufficient reply. "Well." Daphne decided. "I'll make you the bat on one condition, m get It finished this afternoon, provided that you and I Just our two little selves shall have one of our old time' cozy, comfy dinners tonight." Harry "was aghast This was too much. The more he tried to get out of his trouble the more new troubles were Invented for him. "Daphne," he said. "I I simply can't do that" "Two years ago," Daphne reminded him, "you would have Jumped at tho chance to have the dinner, and never have bothered about the hat" "I know, hut, Daphne, It Is impossible. You see, theso guests will be here, and I can't be away when I should be entertaining them." "They won't miss you," Daphne aald, cruelly. "You're not so very entertaining." I'm at my worst to"I know day. So," with a hopeful cadonco in his voice, "you get me the hat and well havo that little dinner some other evening." "No dinner tonight, no hat today," was Daphne's ultimatum, when from somewhere in the house came the voices of Luoy and Carolyn calling to Harry. "Great Scottl" he muttered. ThU lt-and The Light Question V T. ,1. Ws '. ! r can'be beautifully settled by using the electric. ... You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, J i v X - more adaptable to your needs, and of course qualities. Why more effective in light-givin- g not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modern households. Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. V JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. "To my Borrow," Harry replied, "tks U tee true. DasaM,.. But about (Cm, on last page this aeetion) KJ The total uombor ot new offices provided for by bills Introduced to H date Is 124, 67 or more to be filled by FROM THE COURIEll FILK9 appointment by the governor. Tho TO BE session Is just a little more than halt over and many more bills, carrying with them appropriations, probably Rev. Joa. A. Mlnch, pastor of the Sacred Heart church left Hickman HOUSE SHELVES THE ATHERTON will be introduced before the legislato accept a call as bishop of Leltch-flel, BILL AND ADOPTS A ture Anally Is adjourned. SUBSTITUTE. upper mill of the Mengel Box The ' Some Bills That Call for Money. Co., burned, causing a loss of $25,000 Somo of the bills that have been throwing 100 men out of emand Introduced, carrying with them an ployment. FOR A COMMISSION OF THREE extra. expenditure of money, are: Rev. H. C. Johnson announced that W V. Eaton's direct primary bill, Rev. B. Marvin Harris, of Dearborn, union revival Mo., would begin a contemplating estimated annual out: Measure Providing for Pensions for lay ot $40,000. I hero on March 2. at Miss Hazel Johnson entertained Confederate Veterans and Wldowa J. F. liosworth's good roads bill, Valentine Party. creating a new offlco with a salary ot la Patted by Senate In West C. F. Smith's residence $2,500 to be filled by appointment by Bill Wlnt. Hip, Goodyear Glove Brand Boot, Hickman burned. the commissioner of agriculture. Miss Nannie Shaw and Edgar L. W. Arnett's telephone bill, creTownscnd were married at State Frankfort Taking the bit in their ating a new office with a salary tt Line. 62 ot the house membors shelved teeth Hip, Eagle Brand Boot, $3,760 a year, to be tilled by appoint- From somo unknown cause Misses Anna and Rebecca Davis ago 14 the Atherton prison bill providing for l&ent by the railroad commissioners. NImrod Cobvrn's bill, creating a and 16, died the same afternoon at sv bipartisan commission ot four mem their home In the bottom. A AA Knee, Goodyear Glove Brand Boot, bera to be named by the governor and new circuit district with two now -. passed n substitute bill, offered by officers with salaries aggregating $4,700 to be appointed by the governor. WHAT FOOLS WE Ac Represertatlve Elwood Hamilton ot J. ii. Durham's bill, appropriating! California Women Plan A AA Knee, Eagle BrandjBoot, Franklin county, providing tor a. com $10,000 to make good the deficit in Dance Under Sea. UU now mission of three member, leaving It the state department ot agriculture. Society women of Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Pasadena are optional with the governor as to Overshoes, planning a fcto on the bottom of the whether they shall be Democrats or For State University. now oceam off Catallna Island early In Republicans. Claude B. Thomas' bill. Increasing March says the New York Evening annual appropriation for state univerIn other words the blpartlian feaOvershoes, 1 A Mall. It Is such a party that oven sity $95,000. Rome In Its greatest days never saw ture of the Atherton bill dees not atAetJU now' H. M. Brock's bill increasing the tach to the substitute and the questh equal. Walter Howlson Prltchard, marine tion ot whether the Republican party pay of members ot the general asOvershoes, 1 artist, is arranging details, and, ac- shall be given representation ou the sembly $17,150 each legislative .sesleUU cording to him, guests are to be at- board of prison commissioners Is put sion. now W. V. Eaton's bill appropriating tired In diving suits, each with an up to tho governor, he having the apoxygen tank or air tubes. One-ha- lf pointing power under the measure. $110,000 annually and $231,850 for the Overshoes, Catallna island bos been choson When asked what he thought of the benefit of state university. JUC now for the affair because of the extrasubstitute. Governor McCreary said he ordinary clearness of the water and did not object to it, Money for Odds and Ends. remarkable marine gardens at the Hermann D. Newcombs bill. In"I havo confidence In the members bottom of the sea. creasing the annual appropriation for Tho bottom of the ben will be Il- of the legislature," he said, "and do the Kentucky Institution for the luminated by electric bulbs and by not believe they will pats anything a unique arrangement music from a but what they think Is right and for blind $5,000. Starling L. Marshall's bill, providband on a yacht anchored overhead the beat Interests of the state." ing for Inspection ot schools and will bo conveyed through tho water, school funds, creating two new acting as a sounding board. Confederate Pensions. with salaries aggregating $6,500 Tho "turkey trot" and three entireIn the senate the bill of Selden R, ly new dances, tho "nicrinald dip," Olonn of Lyon county providing for attached, appropriating $5,000 antho "lobster claw" and tho "finny pensions of $10 a nually for clerk hire. month for Conwiggle," will bo danced by tho guests L. W. Arnett's bill, appropriating federate veterans aud widows to to tho strains of the band. whom they were married prior to 1890 $30,000 for & monument to John 0. If possible a real mermaid will be Carlisle In Covington. secured to take part in the "dip." passed by a vote of 30 to 0. Among J. F. Bosworth's bill, to establish passage ot There will bo no trouble getting lob those who advocated the HOUSE OF QUALITY sters for the "claw" dance. It Is said. the measure were Senators R. M. Sal- experiment fields nt various points The cotillon leader has composed a mon of Hopkins county, W. B. Chip-ma- n throughout the state, contemplating an outlay of $20,000. catchy waltz named "My Submarine ot Pendleton county and J. E. Sue," which will be played for the Blggerstaff, Republican, of Warren E. E. Hogg's bill, creating a state first time in marine public. county. The latter said" there was a A light repast will be served on time in his life when ho would have fire Insurance board of threo memsea shells, the food being made water voted against giving a Confederate bers with salaries aggregating proof by Incasing it In a thin coat soldier a dollar, but that time had long $9,600. Appointment by state auditor. of gelatine, Rubber pipes run from Hermann D. Nowcomb's bill, cre- FREMONT. Seizing the man who had sln IMPORTING POTATOES. He rebuked tho yacht above to tho guest who since passed. banking department with for having waited so long "to ating a can connect with a cocktail or corlarge consignment of potatoes killed his father, William Vlvnn . Six .lorn to Mr. and Mrs. Kilt Colemnn do the right thing by Confederate vet- three officers with salaries aggre-- ' Thursday a boy. old boy, held the aaa- dial by giving the correct signal. aro expected to arrive In New York erans," and paid a high tribute to the gating $14,500. Appointment by gov From the San Antonio Light. John Freeman, of Crystal, was In from abroad during the next two until officers nrrled and placed ernor. bravery and honesty ot the men who days, bringing tho total receipts for under arrest. Fremont Sunday. Wlllanl lltchar.i-- . wore the gray. son, the season, up to a million socks The 2s yeara Mrs. Oraco Caldwell and ", HIGH CLASS SHOW COMING. old, Is tho man cbargml Session Costs More. duty on the entire quantity will foot ihnrlle. aro on tho sick list. tho shooting. Kye wltnewHw iiResides the proposed annual Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Glover, of Cry- up to nearly $700,000 On February 29th, Human Hearts in the cost ot running the stal, spent Sunday at llutler Caldwell. Richardson, staggering din In the United States growers raise The bill of J. C Gra Co., of 14 people, will play nt the Miss Katlo Cunningham, of Clay- about seventy-fivbushels of potatoes tho street ot Mllburn, a small Lyric, their celebrated scenic pro- ham nassed the senate bv a vnt at 27 tate, watchdogs ot tho treasury" duction "Human Hearts." This is to 0. It provides against administer- - are calling attention to the fact that ton, was shopping In Fremont Tues- to the acre, while In England Urn In Carlisle countyt opened fir n Ireland tho crops run from 200 to 335 a high class show guaranteed to ing the "third degree" to b ""on of tho extra help employed day. a out provocation ou John Vlvn-r- . Will Robcreon, of RIvcs. spnt Fri bushels to tho acre. please. Prices 60c and 70c. Seats prisoners and sets forth that any con- - ,a Uae nu and senate, the cost to prominent farmer Saturday aftrnn day night with his sister, Mrs. (Iracy on sale at Hickman Drug Co. fession that may be obtained In that lne Btat0 r tu'8 legislative session Is After tho killing of tho older lr- v y mo" than formerly, Caldwell. manner shall not be admitted during JU8t a0 a Harry Toomlm and family visited' Among the most enjoynblo affairs a largo crowd gathered and ihr. i legislative days. I Aa there aro seventy Kentucky ranks fifth in good roads the trial as competent relatives at Mineral Springs Satur- - ot tho season was tho series of The same bill passed the house and Ul0 Increase In the cost of tho entire mileage a bit of Information that tertnlnmcnu given by tho Mines liiado against Richardson. Tb. r night 8e88'oa will he $9,800, more than tho senate two years ago, but was vetoed will be news to many of its own Mr. and Mrs. Leon Parks entertain- - IVnlds, at their home on Moultoir cor rushed him to tho rourm ;,i I c01 Monday and Tuesday even-wit- at Hard well for safekeeping. e'8nl or ten years ago. This Is shown by a report by Governor Wlllson. ' od tho youngor people Tuesday night fU"- Sect!on-C4'"'" and Tuesday afternoon Just issued by the Interior departof the constitution pro-th9 Senator J. R. Catlett's bill providing! n party. retto formerly lived at Clnton ment. Indiana. Ohio, New York, Wispersons summoned for. Jury senr- - T,des tual the house of representor and Mrs. John Shephard, ot celvlng Monday evening with tho t Owing to the condition of consin, Kentucky leads in the order Ice and not aoceoted be nald for two "TeB ol ln general assombiy snail Old Republic spent Thursday with otesscs were Mr. and Mrs A A nanud, with Illinois following. Even days' attendance passed the senate by not elect, appoint, employ or pay for, Bud Williams. ,rnrls. Tho house was beautifully weather many were unable to del er we e and with a automobile that Charlie Caidwoll and family and decorated with pot plonts and red their poultry on tho2lst, car excepting one chief clerk, one assisti" . whlto carnations. From a hand- decided to load another could keep up a pace of 90 miles a a vote ot 26 to 3. ant clerk, one enrolling clerk, one Mrs. Lucy Howard and little daugh- - omely decorated day Indefinitely, It would take a man tablo In tho dining bout two weeks at State Line E sergcant-nt-a'rms- , one doorkeeper and ler Hatlo Mai, spent Tuesday at Mrs. iroom, Mrs. A.. A. Fnris served punch act date will be announced later, to more than 65 yrs. to cover all the pub- Money Bills Introduced. pages; and the senate shall not John Howard's, nenr Crystal. we will make hold lic roads lu the United States. A Bills Introduced to date during this four Tho guests at Mrs. Grace ("aid-- 1 to ;och But upon their arrival. The you your poultry and M. Shaw. elect, appoint, employ or pay for exyoung man ot 20 starting out to aca high price. A. r achemo wns further carried out ess Ion of the general assembly ceeding one well's Monday wcro Mrs. llutler nnd complish this tremendous task would chlof clerk, one assistant Will Caldwell, and Mrs. Henry nnd In the scoro cards over which little At the home ot tho bride, in ' 1 rovlde for the expenditure of clerk, one enrolling clerk, one ser- - aud John Howard and Miss Willi- cuplds wcro recklessly scattering tiny be 85 before he had covered the last '' ton, Sunday, Jerry Johnson mile of public highway In this coun- $910,160 represent. 'the and Parks and littlo Miss Ilattlo Mai hearts suggestive of the Valentino ried to Miss Blanche B. Mos " proposed in- try. season. enjoying the hospipages; Thoso the senate shall not Howard. annual appropriations; elect, appoint, Quite a severe cold wave, accom- urease in tality of the Misses Doddn on this Rev. 0. W. Holder, of tho First i ' exemploy or pay panied by snow, visited this section $115,560 represents tho annual in- ceeding ono chief clerk, one for occasion were Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M llan church officiating. Tuesday night and Wednesday. Tho crease hi salaries incident to pro- clerk, ono enrolling clerk, assistant Mrs. J. It. Amberg entertained n Tyler, Mr. and Mrs W II IlalUer. '"" tod Miss Edna one evening Mr. nnd Mrs. R. M lsler, Mr nnd her homo at Trico leaves experi posed new oflloes; $90,000 represents north and western states have of young folks last Jackson, Tctin ' - ' ono doorkeeper, ono number "Washington" enced a regular blizzard, while in tho the estimated annual cost Incident to rook party In Mrs Bd rrather. Mr aud Mrs. A A a visit with Sirs. J. L. Ambers. Janitor, one cloakroom keeper and nt a south cyclones havo played hat oc, es-- 1 pensions for Confederate veterans. honor of her visitor, Miss Kdnu Trice. Fnrls, Dr. nnd Mrs. Hubbard. Mr and Will stop n few days nt peclally In Loulsonn and Mississippi pay of persons summoned as Jurors three pagos, and tho general assembly Delicious refreshments wcro served. Mrs. C. I,. Walker Mr. and Mrs J. home. g provide, Whero manv npnrtTn venm Vlllrwl Tho ladles came to tho party without .T. Stephens and Mrs. Parker but not accepted, and the cost ot di- shall the per by general law, for Mrs. Ed Townscnd left lost diem or salary of all ot River is lower now than for some rect primary elections; $690,112 repafternoon from 2.30 to 6 o'clock for but before tho hour of "ad-.da- y homo at Roundaway. u -said employes. time post being only 13 feet on tho resents appropriations Journment" souvenirs In tho slinpo I tho guests wcro entnlncd at Rook, afterher visit with for one year a her mother Cairo guago. River traffic has been enjoying this gamo were Mes- of hatchets were drawn by both suspended this week on account of only. Not Including the last item, Senate Employes, v dies and gentlemen, and correspond-- dames Ilurrus, Davis, H. K Prather, Mary Shaw, at Stato Line. bills Increasing annual appropriaMrs. Porter Lowis n'arBe'i bad weather. At present In the senate there are ing numbers indicated by what gen- - uoui. isicr, J. H. union, Schmidt, It is reported here that C. II. Smith tions and providing for other expen three assistant doorkeepers at $5 Human eacn lady was to oo cscorteu u. ii. Wilson. It. M. lsler. died Sunday morning. Sho w the local shingle manufacturer, was ditures would Increase the state's each, four stenographers at $5 each, home, The affair was very enjoy- Honey, RnnTTlo, Goiger Uarrott, Misses jcara old, and her husband and married last week to a Lako Coun payroll $1,215,700 annually, were they a copyist .Maine lJuilow, Outten and Lou Montat $5, a hill clerk at $5, an. nliln ty girl, at Tlptonville to be enacted, Thoso prosent Tuesday small child survive her. night for gomery. Tass assistant cloakroom keeper at $3, a Roswcll,Glaalor left Monday Miss Alex evening played Bridge Thoy wero Got right oa the shingle question "Tho Girl of My Dreams Is a dandy N. M., to see mall clerk at $5, three messengers at Adams, who Is reported very low with Mcsdamcs Sexton, use our famous California Redwood story" that's what wo hear on all Agricultural Mrncham. 8angcr, The state of Kentucky probably $2.50 each and a clerk of the rules tuberculosis. Miss Adams was for- r.u rrnuier, iiobt. lsler, John S. Dil- fchlngles sides. Havo you read It? the best yet, Reynold, 'will get a substantial sum from the committee at $5, making the total ex- merly clerk in the postofflco hero and lon, Misses Light Fnrls and Dottlo Moss Lumber Co. Moving Pictures Saturday night. On each occasion nfter national government to aid In tho penditure each day for extra help in has many friends who will regret to Davidson the senate, $65.50. T M Rico has purchased the M -- ' learn that she Is not Improving In tho games, dainty refreshments wore organization of boys' In the houso there aro two assist- health. served consisting of a salnd course, Cmco farm near Liberty church t" clubs and the general dissemination Williams' seven year old cream and cake, tho color scheme, Mr. Cruce has purchased proper' Mrs. f literature that will teach the farm- - ant cloakroom keepers at $4 each, daughterJas. died yesterday from tho ef- red nnd white, was artistically car- Arkansas. one bill clerk and two assistants at .ers ot tho state how to apply sclen Fortuuo's Witch Hazel Cream w fects of whooping cough and pneu ried out by tho littlo In $4 each, at use mewoas in xarmtng. A repre- each, two two stenographers$4 each, $5 monia. Uurlal nt Rrownsvlllo today. the center of tho cream. red hearts rough and chapped skin for sale at mall clerks at a sentative of the national department porter All ono year for $1.90 Tho Hick On rural routes only Tho Hick-m.- n Cowglll's Drug store. of agriculture was in Frankfort con- sengers at $2, a copyist at $4, two mesat $2.50 each, an assistant man Courier, Mothers Magazine, ModBarkctt sells tho best Calico t Courier nnd Dally MomphU Com ferring with Commissioner of Agr- enrolling clerk at $5, two additional ern Prlscllla and tho Peoples Homo mercial Appeal (except Sundny) for 4ic a yard, at his Clinton street Those who seek perfec iculture Newman regarding the part clerks at each, tion In silvern are in- only $4.00. store. that will be played by the state and expenditure$4 In that making$74.50 a total Journal. variably choose forks. body day. Tho threo months old son of Will nation. A bill is now pending beon nccoun' "' No school today You havo no Idea tho values that spoons and fancv serv In defense ot the extra help propofore tho legislature appropriating sition, it is said to be absolutely nec- Ulnsengame residing in the bottom, Schmidt the Tailor has In spring suit- Washington's birthday. ing pieces stamped with died yestorday. Uurlal nt RrownsuMnyor DIJIon 410,000 for this purpose, and It it Is Is reported qt,e the renon ned trade mark ings $18 to $40. essary now in order to carry on prop- vlllo. sick. passed and becomes a law the gov- erly the business of the house Twin boys wcro born to tho wlfo ernment probably will send to Ken- senate In tho new capitol building.and of J. W. Hood in East Hickman, In tucky aa equal sum, giving the the old structure there was but one Tuesday. One of tho littlo fellows of agriculture a fand of door to each chamber, thus, It Is said, died last night. ROGERS BROS.Af, ,$20,000." bnby boy of Wm. The obviating the need for assistant door. Shults died Tuesday of whooping In ouallty and beauty ' keepers that now exists. H seems Improbable now that this cough and pneumonia. nf Aptirrn. fhlfl well Uurlal at ' congress, with an incliMayfleld. known silver Is unsur- Board of Equalization, J passed. Its remark- WEATHER: Fair and colder to nation to retrench in public expendiGovernor McCreary appointed the day; Friday fair with rising temperable' durability has Cfn3 tures as much as possible, will not won it the ponular rake up tor serious consideration bills following members of tho board ot ature. 1 title "Silver Flare Mrs. T. A. Stark has been qulto We introduced In the senate by Senator equalization: J. T. Penlck of Elkton, have pairs of 12-ligI ii fl fl'l Window Sash, measuring Wean." that IBradley and in the house by Repre- Thomas P. Craig of Louisville, Miko sick, but is reported better. SoM by leading- - Mil Glasses properly fitted at Brooks over-al- l Meaghor ot Frankfort and John 5 inches by 5 inches, to sell at a bargain' sentative R. Y. Thomas, Jr., calling dealer everywhere. Send for .for an appropriation to purchase and Howes of Palntsvlllo. Mr. Moagher Jowelry store. cstIoeue"0-I.Get your Furniture at Hickman Fur While they last place under government supervision has served on the board bofore and Is cost new $3.50 showing all fatnfllnf- - uMtfi ttiA umttr design --. i -.. lUQ Mammoth cava. niture Co. t... .. I Mrnsn Call at our wareroom, or phone Moving Pictures Saturday night. FOR SALE: Mrs. S. M. Hub Jowelry of all kinds at Brooks. nwMHvr i MCJiKN, CftW. K ate elzht mlaine insDoctom with -- i bard's brick residence. Possession I aggregating $17,100. June 1st, See Dr. J. M, Hubbard, tcf J Subscribe for h Courier. i nrles PRISON BOARD New Offices Suggested. FIVE YEARS AGO PARTISAN I d. Look ! Look ! n The Season is at hand, and note the extremely low prices $7.50 $7.50 $5.00 $5.00 $2.00 Antl-Sweati- aa aa '. lelO $1.75 $1.25 $1.00 The above goods will be sold under a antee, and strictly CASH. guar- H. . CURLIN Ken-tuckla- i , Anti-Sweati- g e tn - i en-da- y i cltl-ssen- 'at at Re-M- r. high-powere- d -- .J?"0' ' Urowi-unrout- o flx-in- Tues-ttscort- s 1 - " oorn-growln- g "Silver Plate that Wears" t-- 147 Hot-Be- d 50 sr? 3XToci Owners Hickman, -- ht 3 ft ft 8 " .- .v. $1.00, (loUro.Ilso-IBIlMlC- ' MENGEL BOX CO., I f '1 j" t ypwpie" I Jill lj ' FOR QYSPEPSIA. Rmtdy. Try Thli DEATH OF MR8. ADA CRUCE. WILSON WATERMAN. Wl,fMTly 4ffTHwj rfTTf ff1ff1flf llf) fft1gWt Mrs. Alice Wilson writes ue from i St. Louis as follows: "Miss Myrcn Wilson, daughter of Mrs. Alice P.i Wo want every one troubled with Wilson, formerly of near Hickman, ' On the Streets cMtlou miU dyspepsia to come to : Ky , was married today (Feb. 19) to r store nnd obtain u Iwx of Itexnll Mr William Waterman, of St. Louis. They contain Ills-- n i ? wpsln Tablets. The ceremony was performed by tho subnltrnte nnd 1'epslu cnrefully Today Is Washington's birthday. ah Hov Ooorgo Wood Anderson, of tho have led all others for years, because Carl Thomas spent Sunday in Cairo. unbilled so im to develop their great-- e Methodist church. They left ImmeThe ground hog seems to be mak they glvCjStich universal satisfaction. diately for tho West for a tour of t power to overcome dlcestlve Mrs. CrUCO Vm linrn m,nr ln..l.n ing good. Users ef Quick Meal" Steel Ranges Pulton County, Ky.. July 10, 1859, the western states and Pacific coast. Redwood Shingles Reynold, Moes Two presents worth noting were an UcxbII I)vnpepln Tablets nro very nnd departed are our very best advertisers. . . . this Ufa on tho above elegantly furnished homo and an au- Lumber Co. e. Miit to tnVe. They tend to sootho naraod dato, being 52 yeara and 7 tomobile. Mr. Waterman is a prosI pay cash for all kinds of furs. Irritable, weak stomach, to months old. She leaves a i ,r "QUICK MEAL" STEEL husband, perous young business man of St. A. S. Barkettt. f i ngthen nnd Invigorate tlio dlgpitlvo J II. Cruco, five children. Johnny, Louis." KAPtucp aro con nn, to relievo nausea nnd lndiges-- t .u.u, nusu, uoy ana j. d., a slaCall 138. Schmidt the Tailor will Tho promoting nutrition nnd ter Mm. P. w. Johnson, of Union ter is bride as mentioned in this let- get your clothes. structed on scieni thus L.uy, Tonn., and a brothor, Jno. D. popularwell known hore. Sho was a l r ' .liijr nbout n feeling of comfort. young lady and tho Courier tific principles and REDWOOD SHINGLES Rsynolds-Mo-n If yu give itexnll Dygpepnln Tnb-Ir- Morrow, ofTuscalosa, Ala, to mourn Joins her friends in extending best her death. Lumber. Co. their materials aro a reasonable trial wo will return Tho death of this sweet spirited, w'3hes. Oct your money's worth at Hick distributed in such tir money If you arc not satisfied devoted christian mothor and faithman Furniture Co. , Three sine, 25 ful loving the remit a way as to do the Thursday evenlnir Mfna LtaIi companion has loft a vannd $1.00 Rcmcro-- i cancy F. C. Dowdy, ngo 75, residing near M, 50 eeiitH. In tho homo Unit never can be Unrry entertained a number of friends , most good. died Monday. ru enn obtain itexnll Remedies filled. Bho loved her homo and child- at a Valentino party nt her home in Clinton-- Ellison and wlfo went to ER y nt our more The Itexnll Store. ren with a truo devotion. No more Southern Heights. St "QUICK MEAL" STEEL Tho rooms wero Louis first of the week. T o Hickman Drug Co. , on earth wilt thnt gontlo voice nnd tastily decorated In hearts. There J. O. West and Sheriff Johnson RANGES aro familiar step bo heard but, dear hus- wero eight tall. 0f Rook and "500' band and children, so live nnd emu- nn.. ti, ganic enjoyed very much. wero in Fulton, Tuesday. neary enough to br C. L. Walker made a trip to Cralgs CLAYTON NEWS. late tho christian llfo of her you ..Ilsa I rry nculviil nunv romiill. Landing first of tho week. jood, durable ai ( loved so well that you can meet her '"nts er rofrrstui.t'ntn which con , v Cloar and wlfu mnde a flying whero death Don't fail to read our special offer I astiug. The pait tiTSiRx.v . and sorrow novorcome. sisted oi u .orso and ice. to Htckmnn ono dny last week. of four house plants free. Wo commend theso denr ones to her Punch b. guests rid as i .in gnmes. strengthened a: lnrge crowd attended Sunday Saviour she loved so dearly nnd lie Pros. Latta. of tho C. M. & C... was and m.i . during nol Sunday morning nt Itcelfoot. will give them strength nnd grace the parts wher. Those pre 1 wero: Mr and Mrs. hero on business yesterday. Mrs. J. O. West is visiting rela-inil Ilolwrtson went lb Nashvtllo for their every need In this dark hour C. L. Walker, An and Mr. I. C. Sextho most wear is ton, Mr. and Mrs Alvin Threlkold, s nt Waverly this week. ek to purchaso his sprint; and nil through life. The walls aro sc I have plenty of "Liquid Smoke" i It does not matter what It moans. .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schmidt; Misses Ceclle llarnes, Mnigucrlto Fuqun. on hand now. J. C. Newton. J Walker nnd family, of Hick-itewell lined with I)or heart; Clois Lrodford, Magaiee Itlce. Ilcrtie Mr. Kent Harper nnd The dear lord knows; so n What's become of the no Asbestos boar It is Mnl Itlce. Myrtlo Wnlker. Vlrclnla Sunday. your part; branch of tho I. C? farmers In this vicinity are Nor think somo strange thing hap- - i'rathor. Homer Green, Jllrdle Glover, heat is lost, it be-iFOR SALE: Good 3 yenr old work Vera Thomas, Frank Peavler, Noll y bnaktiiK young slock and gett- pons unto you. radiated just ady for fanning, IVavler Kate Hackett, Harel Dean mulejgood terms. W. J. Harper. Which Ho would not allow so It Ilw Whittlesey Hnv. O. II. Hardin and wife aro vis where needed. Virginia Uoyster. Messrs. spent ono dny 'y Jennie Cloar know. Swayue Walker. Hlxlo Owens, Lon iting relatives at Fulton this week. wik with tho latter parents. Mr. Ho does know; in His e "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES are made almost entirely Miss IJlllo Mai Foster and J. A. 11 Naylor, Edwin Funua. Clarence Heed, or near e. wiieeler, Mrs House, both of Fulton, were married of steel, consequently cannot crack and are stronger. Arthur Hale, Ferd Maddux. Nick Line Uo knows It, and allows t for your ' s Lourn Guo Alexander. John Clndwull nnd Hxra Fetho Monday. good. FURS WANTED: I pay cash for Harry Mlllott, C arence Heynolds, uiid MIns Ituth Caldwell and i Mrs. Cruco was a monibor of tho Mack Hold. Earlo Johnson, Arch Hcrt-wee- k hides and furs of all kinds. j. Howard wore out driving MethodlHt A. S. church of Cayce, Ky. and a evening. and Nolan Poole. Darkctt .d Cinmmons, of tho Sliopnrt the funeral services wero held from Mrs. D. C. Ramage's handsome new there on Thursday, followed by InterTuesday's Clinton Gazette says: tihood. purchased four choloe ment In the Cayco The Intorurban surveying crew which residence on Troy avenue le Hearing cemetery. Incorporrted. Hon from J. K. 0 riff It h has reached Spring Hill, will como completion. mm of $160. L. P. Ellison went to Memphis Satto Clinton this afternoon and will M I. Harries and Mrs. Claud AH corioratlons, ormake headquarters here for several urday night to visit his daughter, REAL E8TATE DARGAINS. r and llttlo daughter, Noa. of ganized lu 1911 nro Including thoe NOTICE. required to mnko days. W. H. Dearborn Is tho locat- - Mrs. KJlpatrick. k with tho latter parent's Mr. annual report List your real estato with the of tholr Incoino boforo lug engineer in charge. No. 80. One lot 75x150 In Southern . id Mrs J. K. Griffith, one night The creditors of the firm of Fuqua, the 1st of March. 1012. Fnlluro to Price lots nil nround in West Hick Courier; If wo don't sell It, it doesn't Heights, with privilege wi k of additional Helm & Co., aro notified that I will do to subjects thorn to flno from man; then consider the location and cost you anything. ground if wanted. Small barn on lot be In my office at the court house 11000 00 to $10,000.00. If any havo Tho Finest Face Cream Fortune's Walks, light and water at front of in Hickman, not forms for making thoso see how little I am asking for tha a tut about'thrco inoliot long Fulton county, from this by property. s heart and oxUuidtng to the reports they should write for ono to best. Dut tho price will advanco 15 Witch Hazel Cream. For salo dato until April 30, to receive claims Lnwflon Hono, Collector, Owensboro, per lot on March 1st. Cowgllls Drug Store. a f his breast, James Ilnrker, No. 8L Two residences on lot 100 against said firm. Any creditor fill: ivars old, Is in a critical Ky Tho committee appointed by tho J. C. Nowton, in East Hickman, has by 180. One house, one ing to file his claim with me before Kentucky Club to solicit funds to be mulberry posts to sell; also one mulo 'i at his homo near llo.it sin Pnmldrnt lnft has nominated house. Located on Troy avenue. April 30, 1912, will bo deemed to have Urate county. Llttlo hope is used In repairing tho fences and base- and 3 head Tlpney of horses. f i Ins recovery. Following a of NVw Jorseycbaneollor of tho state ball grounds for tho Miller's spring Well Improved and. in good neighbor- waived his right to any part of the asa former momber Misses Amanda and Gertrude Fetho hood. Small house rents at $8 and signed Will Luy, 17 years old, of eougress forand practice has already raised $310. i!ie. and Is charged with the the supremo court estate. . u"-txl W. J. Logan, In charge of the Men-g- have returned from a visit with rela- large at $15. by the lxtich to fill a vacancy All parties owing the firm of Fuqua, Ijiy was tracked by tho death of Justice Harlan.causal uas Box Company's peratloons at tives at Mound City, Ills. No. 82. Nice residence, Helm & Co. are given a cordial inJim R. McAdoo. of . umlM. and surrendered whon among the dark horses Tlpney considered Craig's landing, mndo a business trip "was tho guest of Miss Parkin. Ark.. bath, etc. Located on corner Zola Bradley "i i trailed him to a fiold. to Arkansas in tho Interest of tho lot vitation to pay at once. J. W. Roney, for tho place He Is M years old of Woodlands Mills, last week. three blocks from business sec- Assignee. you do not particl- - and has Ufii an attorney and Judge v;. iv aiorns, a well known citizen advance Call about Feb. 20th at Helm & El yenrs He tion. Lot CCx99. for more one opportunity you havo served as than n score of New Jer lison's store and got a booklet about living near Water Valley, died very a member of the No. 83. Nice corner lot in Henry suaucniy Saturday of paralysis. ' ry tlma you lota an oi- - sey supreme court from 1901 to 1905 This medicine will Large enough for iwo WILL MEET AT HICKMAN. Robt. Morgan and wife, of Caruth- - Addition. it is Just that much harder and was olocted to congress In IS94 cure consumption at home. houBcs, or one house and good garersvllle, wero tho guests of Chas. Pxo-Paducah Convocation of the Protesla 1S0S. CM and ui see the next ono. FOR SALE AT ONCE One million vow den. Located near northern extrom- - tation Episcopal church will hold Its and wlfo first of tho week. ! buy tho t lots loft in Wright and Walter Holland extra flno cypress shingles. C. M. Uarnell If It is cleaning and pressing you lty of the addition. meeting at St. Paul's next semi-annuH as they will advance 15.00 wore fined 111. 60 each In Judgo Hem-ley- Yates Shingle Co. No; 84. Residence of 8 rooms locat church in Hickman. want the Tailor is tho man you are peace. court for broRch of tho An Invitation March 1st. O. II. llond. Ask Drooks the Jeweler about tho looking ed In heart of business section. Flno extended to this body at Russell-vlll- o "Judge" Itoblnson was also fined a for. Call 138 SCHMIDT. missing link. i tu,ain like amount on the samo charge. man. $2600 "tho beautiful snow." Mrs. Moggie Randlo left yesterday location for business Ky., last week by Rov. Gelger morning for a visit with her daugh- cash will swing deal. was. "accepted. Tho convocation will ter, Mrs. Horace Luten, In Fulton. No. 85. 1280 acres cut over Umber take place during the coming fall, Local news has been a scarco arti- land in Cash river bottom; does not cle this week. Bad weather has con- overflow, fine soil and fine body of and programs, dates, etc. will bo announced later. tributed to a general lack of activity. when Ellison Bros., always progressive, lanJ. Would make dandy farm have installed an eloctric motor in tho cleared. Two miles from railroad; 15 BOY'S CORN CLUB. ra meat department for grinding sausago miles from Jonesboro, Ark. Will sell etc. all or part of tract for half cash on Thoso wishing to Join tho Fulton Going up! WhyT Because they long tlmo payments. Price per acre County Corn Club will please notify are absolutely tho best on tho mar $15. Easily worth $50 when cleared. mo at once. All school boys from 10 to 18 years of ago, who will agree to ket Lota in G. B. Bond's subdivision No. 8G. Farm of 93 acres, 50 in cultivate ono aero of corn are eligible on tho hill, The Commissioner cultivation, rest timber. All high, to membership. Chief of Police Wright has the law dry bottom land, under wire fence, of Agriculture will furnish the seed breakers working on tho streets this corn and give diplomas to members house, large barn, two tint raise moro than 60 bushels. wtek. Good iden: It helps to nay good tho "dieting" bill. wells, small orchard, soil dark loam. Virginia Luton, Co. Supt Miss Mlnnlo Leo Ethrldge and Farm will produce fine corn, cotton, Wllford Early Hamll, both of Hick- man, wero united In marriage by Rev. hay, fruits, etc. Quarter mile from Ho Won't Limp Now. railroad station. Price $45 with term H. J. Goleer. Monday. No moro limping for Tom Mooro Contractor F. M. Provow has Just If wanted. Near Jonesboro, Ark. of Cochran Ga. "I had a bad soro finished four now cottages in West No. 87. Forty acre farm, 35 acres on my instep that nothing seemed to Hickman for W. S. Ellison, and has help till I used Bucklen's Arnica o contract for three more houses In cultivation; 10 acres bottom, Salve," he writes, "but this wonderridge. Good house, barn, ful healer soon cured "mo." Heals old for tho same gentleman. Tho following declnles of Daniel good water, on 2 public roads7 fine old, running sores, ulcers, bolls, Boone loft yesterday afternoon for tho land. Near school and half mile to burns cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. lnko to spend a few days: W, C. Try It Only 25 cents at Helm & Reed, Goalder Johnson, Allison Ty- railroad station, 5 miles from Jones- Ellison. boro. Flno fruit and poultry farm; ler, Fred Case, N. R. Holcombo. If property was not udvanclngyou alsa cotton and coin, etc. Prlco G. D. Slier, secretary of the Galy would not want It Well West Hick- $27.60 an acre; terms if wanted. Lock Nut Co., a concern recently orman property Is advancing and It is No. 8S. Flno old farm, 2& miles ganized at Jackson, Tenn., for the I advancing mighty fast and you will southeast of Hickman on Dresden manufacture of a now patent lock havo to net quick If you want to got road. Contains 190 acres fino land, nut, was In tho city yesterday look1 resomo of tho coin It earns, whllo It well Improved. Raises flno cotton, ing for a location for a factory. In explaining his proposotlon to tho Inis ndvancing. G. B. Bond. corn, wheat etc. Wo aro not golns dustrial Committee ho stated that Chns. H. Parham and wife havo to mnko a long talk about this farm. the company would bo organized with moved to Cold water, Mich., to reside. It will bear closo Inspection, nnd wo a capital stock of $100,000 and they Mr. Parham was formerly n partner tho wanted to place $10,000 at the point In tho firm of Bradley & Parham. are going to soil It Wo will sell whore they located their factory. As wholo place together; wo will sell The best wishes of their many friends llickmanltes aro not very keen on 65 go with them. 130 acres of it or we will sell stock subscriptions, tho locating of Tho property advances nlrlghti but acres. Part cash, balance to suit tho nut factory here was practically passed up. tho man who does not get some of purchaser. for extra fine ribbed and fleeced Underwear worth It, is tho one who Is standing still John Wiley started work on tho No. 89. Nlco residence within encnnd watching his neighbor grow rich, roach of business section, no hills to county roads again Tuesday. Ho is for fine ribbed and fleeced Union Suits worth 1.25 nnd wondering how ho docs lt.-- G. climb. Is renting at $15 a month working from Hickman towards tho Sultablo for homo or gilt edge in- lower bttoom, and when John gets B. Bond. for Wool Socks worth 25c through, you can bank on tho road House has six rooms FOR SALE: One horse, 16 hands vestment. 2 upstairs; newly painted and being in a different shape. We are all-woBroadcloth Shirts actually worth for high, 3 years old; ono fllley, 15 hand's now roof. Coucrete walks, city water glad to see Judgo Naylor and his ashigh, 2 years old; both German located on good street and splendid sociates renewing tho good roads camfor Flannel Shirts worth New residences on paign this early; It means that wo Coaches. Cash, or tlmo with good neighborhood. will continue to have good roads note. Chas. Werner, Hickman, Rfd both sides. Based on Hickman vnluos, and better roads all over tho county. this place is worth $1800, but if takOno. en nt once, it can bo bought for $1250 Money spent on this work Is not speculation It is a lasting and beneWhen the Interurban Lino gets In down, balance to suit tho prlco will bo way up; because each 50x150 ficial Investment No. 90. Four lots, All men's 75c shirts will be sold feet, on good level ground In Southern they aro going to advanco right HelghU. Broad street In front con- at 4Pc each as long as tho supply Don't expect to wait until a water-main- s on lastsr Better hurry. A. S. Barkett great many developments havo been crete walks sewer both sides, Will alrendy In. and mado and then buy at tho same sell ono or more lots to suit pur at Fuqua & Helm's old stand. If Hickman is developing fast price. G. B. Bond. chaser. This property comes under Georgo, I wish you would stop in special restrictions no negroes no you buy somo of my lots they will resldenco to 9 at Barkett's and buy somo of thoso surfaco closets, noBest residence cost help you develop your pocket book. sec less than $1,000. G. B. Bond. shoes he Is sellnlg at about cost. tion in Hickman, with no city taxes. That's right, Madam; and the line This addltlou was opened last yenr Miss Ruth Tally and Cyrus Brevard Includes shoes for ladles, men, and eight now houses have gone up; wero united in marriago at Unlpn Higher than Price. Where Quality Reigns City yesterday. Tho bride is a sisschool shoes and children's shoes. others will go up this spring. T. R. Reynolds of this ter They're big bargains. Let Georgo For further information, apply at city, of Mrs. groom Is a nephew of and the look them over today. the Courier office. R. B. Brevard, also of this city. 1 Vou Risk No Money If You Tho death of Mrs. Ada L. Cruco. wife of Jamea II. Cruco, occurred at their homo near Cayce, Ky.. Tuesday night, Feb. 13. 1912 Mm. Cruco had only bleu sick a weok of pneumonia and her Illness was not thought aerlous until a few hours boforo her sweot spirit took its flight to Its heavenly 3fei Heard "ferns Meal" Steel Ranges KII t i ar-riv- ed jM wMEt ttrJ i gy just d Clinton-Hickma- BM m ut M that nr Hoi-com- b, St. Louis Furnishing; Co. Ma-hlo- n Antl-Pbymt- bt-s- 's Isn't Leibovitz Policy To Have and to Hold But to Sell bal-anc- n v Therefore, to make room for my Spring goods which will soon be arriving am going to clear my shelves of all have made sharp Winter stock regardless of cost. ductions on every Winter article and am prepared to take the loss. At prices mentioned it will pay you to buy these and put them away until next year. 40c 90c 20c 1.75 90c 60c 1 V bo-lo- ol 2.50 1.25 Overshoes, Caps, Coat Sweaters, etc., to close out, at cost and less. Come in and let us show you. p ono-thlr- d "V Best Kentucky Lump thars gettlnx worst! Tney mustn't see yea here." , "They?" Daphne naked. "Who are their other girt." "On la my easter; the COAL EZiIVBH. 3333 AUo Dealer In odor is tue al- "What are we to dot" she tearfully asked Daphne. "lie quiet and listen to what goes on out there," fDaphne told her. "Mr. There is not a drop of alcoSnlfton la Just as anxious to get us hol in it. Ayer's Sarsapa-rill- a out as wo are to get out If some BOTH PHONES Is a tonic. You have the ono else doesn't drop have to steady, even gain that comes be hidden," I think he will work it some way from such a medicine. Ask "Well, If I get out of here undlscov-- 1 your doctor all about this. ered," said Mrs. Blazes, raising her to wlpo Trust him fully, and always hand agnln." away a tear, "I'll never flirt do as he says. He kno.s. Daphne's sharp eyes saw a familiar who males the best liver pills? The ring on her finger. pretext" "What a lovely ring. Mrs. Blazes!" C Acr Company, of Lowell, Alas Aa the door closed on Daphne he J. s Thev have been msling Pills for she dissimulated. "Did your husband room and so he did not hear over sixty years. If vou hive the slight- give It to youT" left the from the library the voice of the est doubt shout utmg these pills, sk "What Oh. this ring?" Mrs. Blazes Count saying: your e" tor. Ask him fl't, test's answered guiltily, folding her other Every new customer in our "Veil, py gracious! Llddle Daphne." MUbrthJ c JirrR C I.oil it,,. hand about It carelessly, so as to Nor the amazed tones of Daphne as conceal It "Oh, no, that's Just a ring store is a New Trust ehe exclaimed: that he could eliminate thexo people that belongs to a friend of mtne." "Why, Count! What are you doing Daphne could not understand It, and The customer Trusts us to heret" yet she could not ask any more quessupply the best Medicine tions. She contented herself with say-lnCHAPTER VI. that can be prepared. The 'TV heard that sometimes rings Doctor Trusts us to comFor a time there was silence In the brought bad luck." room. Then the door of one room pound the best Medicine opened and Mrs. Blazes peered anx CHAPTER VII. possible for his patients. lously forth. "I wonder why he Is bo long getting When Harry and Lucy strolled Into Neither Trust is violated. that hat." she said to herself. the den. Just after Daphne had sucThe door across from her began ceeded In Retting into the room with to open, and she hurriedly dashed Mrs Blazes, tbey were followed by back and closed her door The Count Mr Medders. Mr. Medders was findand Daphne came from the library. ing many things to Interest him In "Indeed," Daphne said, "he might Harry home This was the first time have told me you were In there. But he had ever been where he might maybe he meant It as a surprise to saunter from room to room and exme." amine pictures, books and For sale at many of h!ch were of a kind thst She simpered and peeped roguishly were not popular in his own environ at the Count. "I hope," the Count said, "it vaa a ment CowgilFs Drug Store surprise "Oh. Horry." Lucy said ."this Is Just To think dot now re haff a moett'igs " the most delightful visit!" ! The pleasure Is all yours, sweet "I'm doing everything I can to make robie of i. utonlc blood." said Daphne, "The Ideal" She Ejaculated. "I Won't it pleasant for you, and I hope nothing v ith lino Bare ism. Breathe the Same Air With That happens to spoil It" Harry said The i ouct looked at her with pique, Medders, moving about the den, German Foreigner!" stopped at the door of the library thrl his head mournfully. lornmoiiir WHY DO SHIPS from his home and have some peace Tp fhtik" he sighed. "After all What is In there, my boy Concrete Ago bo the rest of the day. CARRY ANCHORS ! asked "I haven't been In that room ml on you, den you leave me lonfodurato Veteran.. Daphno and the Count meekly en yet" Cooking Club Mag.... vaitlnir for you in such disgraceful-nes- s IN kFAIR WEATHER? tered the library, and Harry ran to Cosmopolitan f "There?" Harry repeated, nervously. der corner!" the door of his bedroom and war "Oh. that's Just a Junk room." Current Literature Dap'uie tried to explain. Why Should You Delineator "Thee means a bunk room," Lucy "Honen. County," she said, atwhlca about to open It when he heard Caro Designer lyn calling Mm: pet na ie he flinched. "Honest, CounCarry Insurance? corrected him, mischievously Dog Journal "Oh, Harry, where are your ty, I didn't mean to disappoint you, "Yes." Harry said a Junk "It's Dinmntlc New Mrs. Blazes, bearing him at her but traveling gentleman hadn't Because it is better to have it seen afor a long time came Ithrough, door, opened It and was now coming bunk room."said Mr. "Varlly." Dry Goods Reportor. . Medders. "a Junk out, when, to her ntter astonishment and not use it, bunk room must be interesting." and as I hadn't seen him for so long, Economlit he shoved her back Into the room I went to supper with him. Tou see, And before Harry could stop him he Ihins Rivlow... Than to want it and not have the trouble with you and me was the and pulled the door to. had opened tho door and started lu, Editorial ilatlow "I'm coming," he called to Carolyn, only to step back nnd say: "He Has a Lot to Learn Vet" way we talked. Half the time I Eleotrlcian nnd Mechanic Ellto Styles "Why, there Is some ono In here " couldn't understand you and the other and hurried out again. MORAL Insure with Slmutaseously the door of the lihand together delightedly. Wilt Engineering Mag "Is there?" Harry asked, affecting half you couldn't understand me." surprise, hasUly trying to think bow mee speak some German for me? Etude (Muslo) The Count looked at her blankly. brary opened, and Daphne emerged. Everybody Magazine.. . "The Ideal" she ejaculated. "I on't uig me headlines would be In the wiitr explanation did not explain at all. Her breathe the same air with that Ger- papers the next day. "Sure, I'll wilt" Harry smiled "Ich Everywhere "Such a deceltfulness!" he said (nsurnce of All Kinds RIGHT IF I cvory Woman Mag.. man foreigner!" "Why, who can it be?" Lucy asked. lieoe dich." "And after I gave you my ring. How Family story Taper WRITE IT. good German?" Lucy ask Then she heard some one approach"Isthat Harry, feeling that all was dared you keep ItT" Farm and Firrwldc ing the room, and consternation seized racked his brain for some lost, still the Count Office over Hickman Bank nnd Trmt Co. The Count's haughty indignation halfway Farm "Very fflae," the Count assured her. Farm and Homo her. She looked nervously about for reasonable explanation of the presover her having kept his ring was BOTH PHONE 97 Journal (10 years) a place of concealmont ence, as he thought of Daphne as "He lis a quick scholar he Us vat Forrest and Stream tinctured with a little twinge of con you call rapid fast" "Where can I hide? Where can I well as the Count In his library. Held nnd Stream science over the fact that, separated "What does thst mean what he Forum "Why, you see," ho began, "they from them by only a thin door, was hide?" she walled. Go Engine said?" Lucy asked. The voices came nearer, and des- they are " another lady to whom, that very day, "It Iss not for me, h'ss tutor to Girls Companion "TheyT" Medders said. "There Is he had given a similar ring. The perately she rushed to the door of the translate for him. Later, he vlll tell Good Housekeeping Count had the habit of "wishing on" a bedroom wherein was Mrs. Blazes. only ono man In here." Green Opening the door, she dashed In. ring, as an incident of his various flir iiarry was lost for language and you vat It means, I know," the Count Grit Book Album..'.'... With mutual exclamations of recogof thought when the Count replied tations. And no sooner did bo wish It bereft .'. '.! nition she and Mrs. Diazes saw each sulked majestically from tho door.' "What waa thy last lesson about Harpers Bazar on then he began to wish It back. Harpers Weekly other. And tho door was still trem- No one else could be seen In the Harry," asked Mr Medders "Was Harpers Magazine "I didn't keep your old ring!" ,. Has a full line of bling abut when Lucy and Harry library. Harry looked swiftly through It some passage from the German Homo Noodle Daphne retorted. work Mar strolled Into the den. the doorway Into every cornor of that masters, or a chspter of history, per- Horso World." "Tou didntr Sisters In affliction Humorist FRESH CANNED GOODS "Na I gave it away to a genUeman Mrs. Blazes and Daphneand adversity, room, asking himself: "Where the I chance?" was our last lesson "What were not long dickens has she gone?" about?" Hunter, Trader and Trnppcr friend." inland Grocer and Butcher She was no longer there, that much I Harry asked the Count "Vail" the Count asked, in noble In confiding to each other, In bated Both Foreign and Domestic horror. "You gave my beaudiful ring whispers, the reasons for their pres- was certain. And he turned to seel "It vaa reading writing," the Count Judgo Kannas City Star Weekly avay. AchI To think of it, mlt all ence. Daphne's position was one well tne count boning Hlffly to Mr Med said. "Reading and writing, you mean?" Kolths Magazine calculated to upset her nerves. Out- o Washington Grip Flakes 1U family unt historical significance, ana uucy. ine UOUM neld A Ky. Fanner and Urccdor side) were two men with whom she book In his hand, and being on der finger of some common as his head Lucy asked Ladles Home Journal Cream of Wheat "No, no. Reading writing had flirted, ono of whom wanted a rose from ono of his deep bows ho 1 am person!" Rolled Oats and Postum "Indeed," Daphne snapped. 'He ring he had given her and which she winked oarnently at Harry a helpful, writing der reading und den he Us Ladle doWorldModo L'Art la reading der writing" isn't any common person, I want you L' lion Ton Harry saw that the Count hud some Le Co:iiiio Royal All New Goods. to know. He is the bead of a noble plan In his mind, but what It might b Blackwood Magazlno family, a respected citizen and a parFruits, Apples, Oranges not imagine. However, hi Lipplncntt Mo ticular admirer of mine." Literary Digest willingly lent himself to forward Pecans, Malaga Grapes The Count regarded hor with an Icy It Lilies WHkIy. "He means that be would stare aa he said crushlngly: And Bananas writs Mngnzlne Am. History "I em afraid den be las not so parMagaxlno of read It he said Mr Medders nodded McCnila Mag. Mysteries. . . . ticular as he might be." Will be glad to have a part of rrvely; to him It appeared to be a McClurc Mag and I'atlern very air was tor a moment the your trade, very good plan. Lucy, with great In- Memphis tense between them. Tho Count Commercial Appeal glared at Daphne, and Daphne reterest said Metropolitan Mag turned his glare with fiery Interest on. write something in Oerman Mouorn rrlscclla For any stiffness or lameness M0T0R now. then it must be awfully She leaned over until her sharp nose hard to M0T0R BoaTIng Sloan's Liniment gives relief at .".. .. was within three Inches of his face, write in German, Isn't It? and then .Miinseys Mob once. It acts like massage and said to him in razory accents : tnee let Harry read it" Mimical Observer quickens the blood and limbers "You can't insult me. I've been So the Count tore the fly leaf from by experta!" up lame muscles and joints. tho book In his hand anit .nimi- - National Monthly Weeltlt- The Count Jumped as though he When applied immediately afwroto thereon tho lino: Now Idea Womans Mag..,. CIVIL ENGINEER had been pricked by a pin. This sot".Find die dame Ihr hnti- ter violent exercise it prevents Now York Clipper Ho handed the sheet to Harry, ting of him down aa a nonentity, ac stiffness. who North Am, Review companied by a sharp snap of the assumed the painfully awkward poal-tlo- n uutuoor Life Outdoor Mag of a schoolboy and laboredly Land, Drainage and Municipal finger, was a bit more cavalier treatHere's Proof read ment than ho had ever received He the line, with an atrocious mlspronun-elatio- n Outlook "I am using your liniment for Surveys, Maps, Estimates Oierlund Monlhly could think of nothing to say In reply. of almost every word. stiffness. I have bought two botThe Daphne, now thoroughly angry, wont Count smiled, and took tho paper Pathfinder tles of it and It is the best I ever and Reports. Poarsona Magazlno on: saw," from him, saying. Phllistlno Mrs.MARY CURRV. Mtllm.n r.. "I want you to understand that Qen "You soo, he has der -- ...,.. Phyelcal Culturo Office over Nalfeh Bros. Btore. ' IT J u severe Chcrman pain Between my shoulders, and noticing vour ad era! Blazes " but not yet der -- .....- Pictorial Rovlow vertlsement in the street cars I got aoottle which quickly relieved Hickman, Kentucky "You gave my ring to Cheneral " Der line is: Tlnd dio damo Ihr me hutr Popular Mcchanlca R. D. HURGOYNE, Maysville. Ky' Blazes I" the Count gasped. It Ua a question, you see, unt lss to Puck P. O.BoxM "Sure," Daphne replied. Red Book be answered yet" "Mein Cott Im hlmmel!" Review of Rovlowa ,.'nd wh1 Aofm u mw" In " fit .illla nin1inTiiM With one of his rings on tho GenLucy naked. Satiro Dfi. II. LONGNECKER eral's finger and the other on the (Continued next week.) St. Louis Republic finger of the General's wife, the Saturday Evening Post thought was too much. The Count Veterinary Surgeon Scientific American dropped limply into a chair and Savo tho trouble of smoking your Scranbook wagged his head grimly. Graduate of Chicago Vet. meat by using our Liquid Smoko. 7Co 8crlbner'8 Mag"Both rings In der same family I College 1893 worth will take caro of 600 pounds Smart Sot Ach, Oott!" ho murmured. Harry hurried Into the room, and "i ."i.-u-i anU give u tho regular old Southern- Planter Office at Steve Stahr's Livery Barn hickory flavor keep it firm and Southland Magaslno stopped In astonishment at sight of Ten Story Book it an exrdlpnt antt.jmtt ,.Mut.. ,ur .1 BOTH PHONES ....,,.,,,. ltltu, r wlroa, cul, ana cruises. Very them. aweet tho year 'round; no eklppors. lip Top Wookly penetratlng-nec- ds no rubbing. Sold by all dealers. "Here!" he exclaimed, "you should-a- t Your money back If not satisfied. Tollottea Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 Price 25c, SOc. and SI.OO. havo come out here. Get back In Uotteraworth & Prather. Twentieth Century ScarCi hook on lionet. Cattle, llogl ind Poultry mm library for a minute and then I'll the Travel , fre. AddreM you escape." Vanity Fair Dn. EAHL S. SLOAN, BOSTON. MASS. Calls promptly answered night or letHe smiled easily now, If your watch don't run rhrht tnv Womans Homo Companion.. for he day. Satisfaction guaranteed. World Today k had arranged matter so It to Brooka, the Jeweler. Youths Compaakra HAY STEVE STAHR Another New most wept. "I didn't mean to got you Into trouble. Hide me, hide met HeaTensI II there should he any talk about me Juit when my millinery business Is doing so nicely. You ought to be ashamed to allow an ln nocent girl to take such chances as this." But Harry was hurrying her toward the library door. At first he had unconsciously started her toward the other one, but halted, remembering that Mrs. Biases yrm there. He mute-l- y directed her to go Into the library, and then said In a hasty whisper; "Don't pay any attention U the man In there. Just hide youraett In there a few minutes, and I'll get the girls to go bade downstairs on some "Oh, goodness, Harry 1" Daphne Stimulant or Tonic? Ayer's Sarsnparilla'is not a stimulant. It does not make you feci better one day, then as bad as ever the next. had presented to tne ausbaaa ox tne lady with whom she waa talking. On tho other hand, Mrs. Blazes ws not happily situated. Without a perfect duplicate of her hat sho felt that she could not go home. She could not leave the room now, to go home, anyway And now, locked in with her, was the only person who could make a duplicate of her hat I xsaajBT1' ' GROCERIES Phone 4 I X DO YOU READ? Let us Save you Money on Your Magazines... C H. Moor Trust A'-er'- bt "Htiij.er's Candy " brio-a-bra- o In taking advantage of these of fers, you must take the Courier w;ta at least one offer. For all other mar story he told. Mines, take ono dollar off the prj , "I beg your pardon," Harry rallied. of each ono you want. Examj.i. quite forgotten the Count MIm "I had Ainslco'a Magazine and the Com M edde re, Mr. Medders, this Is the 12.30, nnd All Story Magazine, tj,i,.n' Count von FIU." -a The Count bowed beautifully, Lucy with them cost only l more courteslod, her father shook tho total of 330. Count's hand and sUll everything following we giv a I aiubUH oner.. Thea. price?1 mir u. 'I ' was not explained. ' .a t. nil rifss ttfi Jt r ah mm "And Is the gentleman thy Instruc! tor, perhaps?" Medders asked, noting THE HICKMAN COURIER the book the Count held, and associating It with the fact that the Count had ONK YKAIJ WITH been In the library Ainslco'a Magazine..... . 1.30 Harry fairly bubbled with Joy at All Story Magaxlno...... American Banker this helpful suggestion, all i Amctour Sportsman given by Medders. Ki "Toe," he said, "he Is my German American Boy ITi A. Catholic Qrly. Review tutor" "And art thee a teacher of Ger- American Farmer iU man?" Lucy asked, artlessly, of the American Homo Journal.. Am. Grocrr Count Before he could reply, Harry Am. Horje Breeder . ti, laughed: Am. Journal Medical Science Gen-maA ljgnl News "Yes, he's a Oennnn teacher of . German. Ha, ha! Good Joke, American Motorist 8., Am Motor Now dear teacher!" 5 He nudged the Count In the rlbt, to A. I'oultry Journal A. Sliii-j- ) Breeder that gentleman's discomfiture. Apparel Gazette "He Us alvays choking ven he Architecture and Building should be learning." the Count grave- Argosy ly Informed Lucy ArknuMw Traveler "Has .he learned much?" Lucy want- Autotnobllo Topics..,.,... l);iM.-bnl-l Magazine ed to know. r Fruit "He has a lot to learn yet" the v Count replied, with significance that Dlllboanl.... .... r... .. Ilrann's Iconoclast waa not lost on Harry Illnck Cat "Oh, Harry!" lAicy cried, clapping Illuo Hook Magnxlno Ilookmnn Hoot mid Shoo Recorder Hoys Magazine Breeders Gazotto Huslnos I'hlioHopher... . 4 r.islor Magazine I nth. Stand, and Times Ceuient and Eng. Nows. Century Magazlno..... Chicago Farm. & Drovers Jr Courier Journal Weekly. Christian Advocate. St Lou n Colliers Weekly Colematis Rural "World. friendly wink, which was aa tnougft. It said for him not to worry, that the Count would back him up In any , m 11O uncos-tcgoual, Ik-ttc- lr it HENRY HELM br . F. E. CASE & SON HBBBHBmmmmammm uia bono 3.aa PAFF HAWKINS w t-1.- -U Relieved Stiff Neck fc ( V Newa-Sclmlt- j 11 1 t 9 M ti I ri1 ... ... 'j T rh... ao-oe- '73 .Oj :a .6j 4 175 10 0.. SLOANS LINIMENT ,, .. .01 30 Eng-Uh?- T !'"'.''!, 1C0 H "c? 3 3' 370 I5 1.50 2 05 - - 176 3.0o 2,60 2,40 2.65 ed 2y, 2 2" . v- t r' .' -- V i Hi i "'nirfi'ir I n r n n hi n m i.w,,jMMfnyrvii"irM)''1 per Yew In Advance to So eeePtl" ibUWle. Onr to $1 fi OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when yonr time U out. we don't believe In forclnr a pflper on anyone. If you do not wnnt to mil n copy, keep the nubscrlp-tio- n it i pPr "w poor ltl amount nr tbnt oot IB toMBd tor n Rlvv; THE HieKMHN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, Local News 1912 paid up. A notice of expiration Is given here 16 daya ahead with Number 33 A Blue Mark Whooping Cough... is quite prevalent just now. If you should need a remedy for it sec us. We have what you need. We would also remind you that when you have prescriptions to fill to bring them to the HICKMAN DRUG CO Our methods of compounding are accurate and efficient Our drugs are the purest it is possible to get and prices are reasonable. BOTH PHONES... Young Aspirant For Congressman 7j- - j&LmkmrmiX sfi 'SKldsWUaSUr MHMBEBgl5rav jffirf''' '4flWsBsssssssssssssssssslBssssssssssW aBfessssssssHsBssssPasissssssfc'' "Uttr sssssssBsa. Sa&S'tS'fi BBMBS&fflr,&i?''i6x?jS ijS$& I WSw'iTf I2kiBl3sBBBBBV,m?9siv & ?'lkaiEli UHfi sssssssnSKBsiBSVsalflBTVBSssssssssssteirU sbsssssbbsbbHh JcX 3383? teen up, finds her own individual J. tasti; nipt, mill lipr nwn aim In' (Puritan Undermuslin8.t jsjf RurTtan UhSermuslms (p VERYVomanirom'thc truss o'fsu&j -- 1-- J f g. n ssssssssA. HsL "L. Bk T& V ?jr i.S? IsUlV Jo lllnford. of Itlplry, nr shop, beginning March rived In llirkmnii Friday to reside K sssEHJwnHssBSsH sBHtVdSlBssBsBssKflBsssssssssssBBSssssssKB HsHsbbeWsS sBd" r company will Mr. lllnford ha accepted a position, Ti,.' now BSSSSHBbV ,, BSSSSlBSSSSBSSSSSSsKILOBiBSSSlS , ' VBSSSSSSSSSsDsHKsBSSSSSSSsHsSBSSSsWLBSSSSSSSSSSSSm ( a or B. O. ItiiMoll and W. with the Hlckmnn Hardware Co, ak sssssssHsC sbssssssssssIbssbibsssbsbssssssssssssssssssssbssIbbsssssssssssssssssbsssssssssIbssss ' csss ' Mr Ituiwell tins bctt with Ing the plaov of Jno. Mimoham, who some resigned to take a position with H i Karl Coal Coi-to- r ' I . Mr Conloy has. been jn the I.. Bradley. r lio Hlckmnn Tinning & The Iwiudardale County Ktiturprisr . Co llo formerly ran th (Joe's home-towpaper) has this to v Ms plumbing buslnos. Their nay of him: i umnctm will bo over tho pco"Mr. Joo lllnford, who hns been A new ntock couneetod with the hardware ond fur purchased nnd will arrlvo nlturo department of Thompson Bros JudRt Darklry, of I'aducah, county ,t!on of tho affairs of McCrackon a day. Thla companr pro- - Co. Uie post seven years, baa resign do a general plumbing and oil hi position, and will loavo today Judge of McCracken county and a can-- i county, and boforo his term expired Congreea from this district, ho was nominated without opposition I'.IM'M. for lllokman, Ky., where he will be dldnte for wn a pleasant visitor at this offico for Coupty Judgo of McCracken counIn Uie employ of tho Hickman HardSaturday. Tho Judgo U ono ot tho ty and Is now serving his third year ware Co. of which Mr. W. A. John- tAID Of THANKS youngest Democratic standard bearers in that office. As county Judge, he aton la manager. Thla firm has mads In tho state, nnd withal a genial, senhas reduced tho affairs of McCrack"Hi opportunity of thanking no mistake In securing his services, Ills opponent en county to a business basis, has and good people ot though Uie people of niploy regret sible, clover fellow. 'urs In tho raco Is Judge Itobblns of May. eliminated favoritism and useless '..r their many kind office. to glvo him up, as he la not only an field. Itarklcy Is in tho raco, and In two years saved nnd death excellent gentleman but aplondld busiHlneM U o least. enough money to pay off $20,000 ot ved wife. JJay tho "Giver ness man. Ills family will remain Alben W. llrirklcy was born on Nov debts nnd build eighty miles of new h id gifts" bleaa you In here until aftor the close of this ember 24th, 1S77 on a farm near gravel roads without raising tho tax tho kindness shown term of school." Lowes, in Graves county. Ilia father rate. ( family. Kd Unrncy. was a. renter, moving from plnco to Judgo Harkley has always been a Wlnstoad, residing placo until tho subject ot this skotch Democrat, as havo his parents for Mrs. Georgd - Helm loft Saturday for Young a hundred years. Ho has taken part 3 mile west of Fulton, dleil Thurs- uaa about 15 years o spend ft fow days with day aftornoon She was 77 years Darkley aUcnded such schools as thai In every campaign in West Kentucky d Mr. Hclw will proba- - old. neighborhood afforded until ho wo for many years and has always work. ,n tho Inmrnnco business 15 years old, at which ttmo his fath-- cd for the success of his party. Ho Moving Pictures Saturday night. T or moved tho family to Hickman coun- - Is what la known as a Progressive ty, near Clinton. Being. Inspired with Democrat. Ho believes In tho rcduC' a d08lro to be educated but Having tion of tariff In accordance with the no money, and being the oldest of Democratic doctrino; believes in tho eight children, and being compelled to election of United States Sonators work nnd help support them, ho walk- by trio peoplo; believes in a law proed from the country Into Clinton and hibiting the lssual ot government to sell liquor In local option' asked tho authorities ot Marvin. Col- lego If ho might sweep tho school territory; believes In Uio enlargement ' build nnd mnko tho fires m order j of the powors of tho Interstate Com ;to pay his tulUon. This prlvllego bo-- 1 merco Commission; belLivoa In a Is the corset. If the Ing granted him, ho continued his rigid corrupt pracllco act, which will studies for five years all this timo effectually curb and cllmlnat all cor? base is not right, the doing Uie work about tho school, nipt practices In olcctlons; ho gown cannot fit. In tho pnssago of such laws and graduated with high honors in 1897. After that ho taught school in as will tflo moro truly rostoro tho Each season there is Clinton, and In 1809 ho removed to powers of government to the hands I'aducah and bognn tho study of law of the people, nnd curb nnd destroy in figsomething new .r-z- In Uio offico of Charles 1C Wheeler, tho power of unlawful wealth to man-ure outline, and neceshlf later continuing In tho offico of W. ipulate tho forces of our government y& sarily there must be a S. Illahop nnd John K. Hemlrlck. in He believes In tho passage of such 1901 ho wns admitted to tho bar and laws as will onnblo farmers to copo corset that will create outored upon tho practico of law, and with tho corporations in regulating the new figure. Is recognized as ono of tho leading tho prlco of tholr products; nnd ho lawyers at tho I'aducah bar. In 1905 believes that stato and national plat-h- o wns elected County Attorney of forms are mado to carry out and llvo corsets are This season's Ho to as well as to get In on. McCrackon County, nnd whllo hold-ulow above the waist and Ing that offico he wus a belfovor In 'Is for'n primary election nsthe meth-th- o very long below. How vigorous enforcement of the od of choosing tho nomlnco, and and helped prosecuto some ofilloves in tho principle of primaries ever, we can give you the most noted criminal cases that for tho nomination of all offcers. any style you like, high havo arisen In McCracken county for Many other questions aro boforo tho years. Ho also demanded nnd help- - peoplo upon which ho will dcclaro or low. ed securo an economical admlnlstra-- 1 himself as thd campaign progresses. NEW FUUMBINQ SHOP. Is NEW MAN ON J0D. to havo a now plumbing T-n- J . SBBNSdK'L' s 'shape and their soft, smooth finish after many laundcrincs. . Thcv do not stretch nor shrink, nor grow common-lookinWe have all our new Puritans now ready. The cut and fit conform to the new styles in drees; the models were, made from advance from the greater centers. Gowns, skirts, corset covers, combinations and princess slips every article of lingerie is here in.theexquisite.Purij tan Undcrmuslins. n' fashion-creatin- g .4 m Look tor the Puritan label on rprrypurmmf n - Mil'-- ' 'II SMITH &AMBERG ' J , out-and-o- 4 'I v NumbirJH POLICE JUDGE RESIGNS. Judgo II. F. Itemley has tendered his resignation to Gov. McCreary as Police Court Judgo for tho city of Hickman, his resignation to tako effect March ,17. Tho Judge wlll'movo to his property on Troy road. Just outsldo tho city llmltwhlch of course precludes his holding that offico. Atty. Walter McMurray has been endowed by tho council and numerous friends as n good man to fill out tho unexpired term of Judgo Kemley. Ho will probably havo tho opportunity of filling tho office If ho cares to do so. LIGON FURNITURE COMPANY. stock-holder- 4 . ".'" to-sa- -- no-H- ot-ag- 1 First Dress Consideration . p bo-la- s WARNERS 'gist Troop One of RUST-PROO- F FORMERLY OF HICKMAN. tho New Low Tops CORSETS arc the most satisfactory shaping models we know, and in the line there are so many styles that there arc no difficulty in getting exactly what one wants from the most extreme models down to n moderate shape. , Warner's Corsets are guaranteed to shape fashionably, to outwear any other corset the bones not to rust or break, or the fabric tear. $1.00 to $3.50 a pair Attached are the. strong Security Rubber Button Hose Supporters Redfern Corsets, $3.50 to $15.00 per pair SMITH & AMBERQ Miss Ellen Anderson, formorly of Hlckmnn, died at tho homo of a relative Mrs. K. E. Sherrlll, at Covington, Tcnn., Thursday night. She was about 80 years old and tho infirmities of her advanced ago contributed largely to hor demise. Miss Anderson spent mnny years of hor llfo In Hlckmnn, leaving hero about threo years ago after tho death A. C. Holmes, of her brother-in-law- , with whom sho made her homo here. Thoso who know this lady best say a better woman novor lived. Sho was n member of tho Methodist churcn and lived a consistent christian life. All of our older readers will remember her well. Tho remains woro brought hero for Interment Saturday aftornoon. Brief funeral services wero conducted at tho gravo in tho city comotory by Itev. JO. w. WlUon. Deceased might well bo Jermed ono ot tho oldes citizens of Hickman, having' resided hero probably as long as any living cltixen of tho town. She Is survived by a fow relatives, and uono hero. Burial took place hero be causo Hickman was really homo to her. Pcaco to her ashes. Shocking Sounds. earth aro sometimes heard before a terrible earthquake, that warn of tho coming peril. Nature's warn ing" arc kind. That dull pain or ache in tho back warns you that kidneys need attention If you would escape thoso dangerous maladies, Dropsy, Dla betes or Bright s disease. Tako Elec trie Bitters at Once and seo backache flv and all you best feelings return. "My son received great benefit from their uso for kidney nnd bladdor troubles," writes Peter Bondy, South Hockwood, Mich., "It Is certainly a great kidney medlcfno." Try it. 50 conU at H lm & Ellison. In tho s Tho mot last Wednes- - ' day and unanimously H, Llgon president and Enloe Chiles secretary and treasurer. Mr. C. T. Bondurant, of Hickman, was elected H. Llgon, C. T. Bondurant, E. Chiles, C. G. Naylor, Luther Tarks wero elected directors. This company,under the present management, has been extremely successful and prosperous. The Mt. Bondurant, lives In Hickman, Ky., and is ono of tho largest cotton and grain dealers in West Kentucky. He operates about 2500 acres of land, which represents quarter mIlllonrdol- -' Blamed A Good Worker. lars and his Influenco will bo groat . "I blamed my heart for severe dis- In helping to mako a success la the , tress in my left side for two years," Llgon Furnlturo Company. UnloBy,1 writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., 'but City " I know now It was Indigestion, as Dr. King's Now Ufo Pills completely cured me." Best for stomach, liv- DENNY SMITH MAY RUN. er and kidney troubles, consUpation, headncho or debility. 25c at Helm & Hon. Denny P. Smith, commonEllison. wealth attorney for tho Third Dls- trlct, spont Friday in Hickman viewTho Stnato Sonato has passed tho ing and Interviewing our town peoplo. Confederate pension bill which gives Mr. Smith Is looking over the field Kentucky veterans of tho Confede- nnd sizing up tho situation as reral army a monthly pension of $10. gards tho congressional raco in tho First District. Although he Is not a candidate, it is not Improbable that FREE IF IT FAILS. later ho will enter tho contest for o James placo. Mr. Smith Is a flno Your Monsy Back If You Ara Not Satisfied With the Medtolno We follow. His fight against tho "gang" Reoommend. during tho past two years has won We aro so positive that onr remedy him a warm place in tho hearts oC will permanently relieve constipation, tho Fulton county Democracy, and ho no matter how chronic It may be, that encouragement . we offer to furnish the medicine at our received considerable expense-- should It fall to produce satis, during his brief stay hero. factory results. It Is 'worse than useleeH to attempt MARRIED HERE SUNDAY. , to cure constipation with cathartic or cathnrUcs do much drug. Laxative At tho Courthouse Sunday, Eugcno harm. They cause n reacUon, irritate, Spenco and Miss Burllt Flckott, a and weaken the bowels and tend to popular couplo from Dorena neighbormake constipation moro chronic. Besides, their use becomes n habit thatfo hood, wero unltod In marriage by tho Ilov. H. J. Golgor. Tho groom is dangerous. Constipation Is caused byn weakness a son of Isaac Spenco and tho brldo of the nerves nnd muscles of tho large ia a daughter of Jno. D. Pickett. Thoy In'testlno or descending colon. To ex- will reside in Mississippi county. pect perniuuent relief you must thereCongratulations. fore tone up nnd strengthen these orpins nnd restore them to healthier activity. MARRIAGE LICEN8ES We want you to try Ilexall Orderlies Granted In Obion County, They are exon our recommendation. Since Our Last Issue. eatceedingly pleasant to take, being en like candy, and aro ldcnl for delicate persons, and old folks, Henry Allen and Coloy Watklns. as well as for tho robust. They act Edgar Baldwin and Laura Wlnsott directly on tho nerves und muscles of Fred Meals nnd Clara Tucker. They apparently havo the bowels. L. O. Felts and Besslo Carter. a neutral action on other nssoclnto orBill Brown and Mary .Brooks. gans or glands. They do not purge, J, A. Corley and Katie Smith. cause excessive looseness, nor crcato any Inconvenience whatever. They may Elbert Lockhart and Luky Seavers. be taken nt any time, dny or night They will positively relievo chronic or will absolutely euro habitual constipation, if not of surgical variety, nnd the myriads of associate Tuberculosis, Catarrh and ABthJia. or dependent chronic aliments, If taken It has cured and Is curing hundreds with regularity for n reasonable length In tho largo sanitariums ot tho southof Ume. 12 tablets. 10 cents; 30 tablets, west. It destroys the germ. It is 25 cents; 80 tablets, B0 cents. Sold u noven fact. For sale by Holm & nnlv at mir store Thn RaxAll Rtoro. Ellison. Hickman Cms Co. The vice-presidt, NewE-Bannor. -- J 01-ll" chll-drni, Antl-Phyml- n ' v &' -- A ;:. i1 nr ; m ... --UJC J', -- - f-- l . open at NAIFEH BROS, store, West Hickman, and the city store, next to Drug Store. We have three reasons for giving this sale. FIRST We have more goods than we have money. SECOND To give the people an opportunity to quit ordering goods from Sears, Roebuck & Co. and other mail order houses, as we are the nearest point to them,, and so can save them money on anything they may buy at this big sale. THIRD We find ourselves, for this time of the year, overstocked in Dry Goods and Groceries. We are going to give you the chance of your life for tho next two weeks, beginning WILL mna DRY GOODS 1 -1 '. u March 9 sip? w? ps February 24 Here are some of the bargains you will find in the Dry Goods Department, read them over carefully : a 5,000 YARDS CALICO, former price 6c, AND CONTINUING UNTIL Read the following prices and be sure and come to the great saving sale. Thousands of dollars worth of high grade Wearing Apparel and Dry Goods for men, women and children, and Groceries selling at prices unheard of heretofore. Wonderful opportunities to save money, Make it your business to get here as soon as possible. Note the reductions we are making and rest assured you will find everything here just as we represent. Mens Shoes, former price 4.00, sale price"! w 7.00 and 8.00 Stacy'Adams Mens Shoes, odds and ends, your choice ; Mens 10c Hose, sale price Mens 25c Wool Hose, sale price .. Ladies Fleece Lined Hose, sale price ... Ladies lOcHose Childrcns 25c Hose 2.98 Hf sale price, per yard Bleached Domestic, former price 10c, now Hope 7?c Hoosier Domestic, former price 8c, sale price, yd 5c Outing Flannel, dark and light, former price I Oc and (2 2c, sale price 7?c Dress Ginghams, all kinds, worth 12 -- 2c, sale price 9c Woolen Dress Goods, worth 75c, now 39c 50c, now 25c Silk, all kinds, former price 1.25, sale price 90c 50c, sale price 25c Wollen Flannel, former price 35c and 25c, all colors, sale price 19c Cotton Batting, worth 10c a lb. now 7c . ($W Imp 1.50 95c 45c 3.50 .......... .8c .... .... 15c 15c ..... Heatherbloom Underskirts, were 3.00, now 2.00, now White Underskirts, were 1.00, now Childrens 10c Hose ........ ........... 7c 7c .19c Ladies Vests, fTnc.ti5.cind..3.0c'.M'e--.15- c Ladies Vests, former price 35c, sale-pric-e 20c ' 60c. " 40c 40c Ladies Union Suits, former price 60c, now Mens Fleece Lined Vests and Drawers, former price 60c and 65c, sale price Undershirts, sale price -- 90c .50 Mens heavy Sweater Coats, were 60c, now - .40c were 1.25 Mens heavy Sweater Coats, 7Cr Lr 1.50, and 2.00, sale price ....,. Ladies Sweater Coats, white only, former price 60c, sale price 40c Ladies Sweater Coats, former price 1.00 and 1.50, . sale price 75c 40c Mens White Shuts, former price 65c, sale price NOTIONS Ladies and Gents Woolen Hose, worth 25c, sale price Two spools 200 Thread for Ladies 0c Handkerchiefs r Ladies 5c Handkerchiefs ...,-',...- .- .... ..... .. ..' .... ...,..".. 15c 5c 1 Vf JIL 7c 3c 1 all-wo- ol s H - Here are some great bargains that will be mighty interesting to a great many people : Children's Wraps, b.ear skin, red, white and blue, former price 2.50, size from 3 to 6 years-- . 1.50 Ladies Cloaks, former price 15.00, sale price 7.50 Ladies Tailored Suits, former price 2.50 to 8.00, T sale price 7.50 Mens Suits, were 12.50 to 15.00, now 6.50 " 10.00 to 12.50, now '. 5.00 1 1 all-wo- All the above prices will take effect at both our stores, beginning Saturday, Feb. 24th, and Continuing Two Weeks Bring your pocket-boo-k with you and come in to the great saving sale. Here is a few prices of Union-mad- e Overalls, vorth 1.00 and 1.25, 1.25, sale price now.. 85c .85c Jitrw Big Reduction in GROCERIES offered at our West Hickman Store Sugar, 15 pound sack .. Flour, straight, sack ,Jl.V ' Flour, Star High Patent, sack Sanspereil Flour, sack m ' Star Flour, per barrel Bacon, per pound ' " Lard, , Coffee, per pound . . Better quality 3 Cans of Corn 3 lb. Can of Hominy 3 lb. Can of Tomatoes I All other canned goods at reduced prices. . : Shoes and Overshoes 'Hercules 1.00 57c 63c 72c 4.95 12c jH Boys Suits, worth 8.00, sale price i Ladies Skirts, former price 5.00, now Ladies Voile Skirts, worth 10.00 to 12.50, Ladies Skirts, worth 5.00, now Silk Underskirts, former price 5.00, sale price sale..5.95 .... 2.75 3.50 2.95 4.75 Mens Overshoes, former price 1.75, now " 2.25,now " 3.50,now Ladies Arctic Overshoe's, worth j.25, sale price Ladies. Shoes, former price 1.50 and 1.75, now 2.50, now...'. Shoes, former price 2.00, sale price Men3 M 2.00, - 1.00 1.75 2.50 90c 98c 1.48 1.48 1.98 22?c 7jc 12c 25c 25c Remember, all goods delivered. Sales People Wanted. Call Rural Phone No. S 61, or call personally. NAIFEH BROS. West Hickman NAIFEH BROS Next to Cowgill's Drug Store V,. f IJ'JIJl 7 wfmityif'i4LFfi"i "j",',wg"wti ' i , JEr& ruir niu. isea Tffif&P p T 10. V MICt 4 CO. 1TO TO Sr jv7tk ,-- . OTTI1IB (HOTHfk COutOHTCfT UP A MEAL t T -r .Jj&c&mf 5 M : L. tS-- i"nrri v I I ' iilj " I" IT in mi 3 I' ' 'Rl'iliXi - oo So' Tip g or The Price You Pay for your Easter suit cat I Practical School for the Housewife 5s - ytrTinE'wi - irr- 'lyQBM YEARS UFTHft ATM M3IREE U fU 'FMf IS Jfc IjJv asHv vbBn9& Two-Butte- ill sTtr mm I TS- - isn't nearly as important as what you get for your money. When it is tailored expressly for you by n Novelty Saek,No.777 SUMlt't Lotrtr I'oclrtt ED. v. PRICE & CO. ALA-- An elderly BIRMINGHAM. SHf TUK UP into the forum preWID A TftiFUM sided over by Judge H. B. Abernethy NICCER the other day and after looking AW" round In a stealthy manner, waddled its JHOOK up to tho judge's desk and said: ME rASSIR At only and " 'Cuse me, sah. Is yo de Jedge of dto yere cotet" Backed by all the Royal Wonderful features of our "I reckon so, nnole. What caa I do I gin me de go by. She did Jedge." your- - replied Judge Ah. lor guarantee. "I can't force the woman to marry "Does yo' marry folkesr INCORPORATED you, but you can sue her for breach You may not believe it possible to get such remark"Sure; do you desire to enter tho state of connubial bliss and felicity r of promise." o able values at such commonplace prices. But isn't "Breeches do promise, Jedge! I "Jedge, what yo' says Is so, but ah reckon she Ain't it an injustice to your wardrobe to put off, at LEAST 'dar I ain't done hit. What ah wants don't paper what Iwear 'em. bits fer dls yere paid six no Is tor get married.' tho field HOGWALLOW DOINGS. 'count?" investigating. "Have you secured the license?" "Well, you might sue the woman After having attended a protracted "Yessah, Jedge, yere hit are," said for the $1.76." Jsy birds that went south last iwu You needn't hesitate a moment about coming in "Dat's hit, Jedgo. dat's hit What fiu to remain during tho cold woath-r- , meeting nenr Iluzzard Knob for more the old man, as he produced the pink if you are not quite ready to buy. Our latch string Hogwallow Is than a week, Sidney Hook returned envelope that contained the document Ah wants Is ma money back; Ter tell me returned. home Thursday morning and sworo by authority of which bachelors are de trufe, Judge, ah would mther have enough for thorn. is just as fully and cordially out, to those who simply changed Into benedicts. de money dan de woman, anyhow." off, after which be look his gun, u "This seems all right Where's the Finally Judge Ab told the old AUm Peck has advertised In tho mart of lienor and a pair of loaded drop in to look as to those who come in to buy. We darkey to wait a few days to see If Ikktille Tidings asking for coaled dice down to the creek and threw fomlnlne port of this contract?" invite you to step in and enjoy the Royal Fashion "Soy which. Jedger MUlndy would not change her mind prK)Mls for an addition to his homo, thoin In. Today he went to thscrovk "Where la the woman you are to and carry out hor promise, if not to go Festival even though you have no present "new on.) mm are allowed to bid. but has Itttlo hopo of ever recover- marry?" to tho clerk of the court who issued suit" needs. "Dat's what Ah want yo' ter do, the license and ho would refund the ing them. Klltck Hellwangor has a new vost git do oomon. To' see, Jedge, dat money. ith big stripe and crews bars on Kit Smith had rabbit for supper MUlndy pusson what has hor name The old man looked a little cresU i(. Kai Harlow says all Elllck lacks nlgbt before last, and during his sltp writ on dat yere license promises ter fallen at not getting either the woman uj uf being In Jail Is having a had an exciting dream. He thought marry me, an' Ah goes ter git de pa- or the money, nnd left the court evifor a watchcbarui. ho was being chased by a pack of per. While Ah was gone she done dently disappointed at the refusal of tuk up wld a trlflln' yaller nigger an' the court to compel the marriag. The Hog Ford preacher has decided dogs, and went through many brush to begin a protracted mooting during plica and briar patches. When he iMMMMMMMMMW House of Quality the cold weather. Ho bolloxe It Is woko up he found himself hid under n t,ool plan to do this while ovory-lAi- y tho wood pile. has their hands In their pockets. Fletcher Henstep was tried at been originated by TOPlfl haveunderworld. The stagenegroes of got them the Isaac IKllwangcr was approached Hounding Billows Saturday morning RseS!ft--THAT sW sm Ircui the rear by a tombstone agent on a cbnrgo of stealing a 'U T?TT' sr& TURKfY next then society folk and then the tough dance halls. Then the cry to Tho Kentucky press is doing its That Governor Woodrow Wilson is U. fore part of this week, but was cow from someone over near TROT Id halt the choice of the large majority of full share of tho uplift of the state He pleaded guilty with tho Lot in the market at this time, ho yJjMAl TOO VCXjJV It didn't come soon enough, how- the people of tho southern states for along all material lines. This Is a hWhg Jtut purchased a fresh supply understanding that the court would FIEKCf ever, to stop tho "chicken reel," which the Democratic nomination for tho fac' that should bo appreciated by tho give him three dollurs to boot boFOR US or patent medicine. W, S. Reeves, head of a dancing presidency and that ho will have more citizens of tho commonwealth. A tween tho cow and the fine. school, at 2630 Broadway, originated. is-t- he s IrUby Hancock has returned from of the delegates from good nows-papo- r best possi"I originated the "chicken reel," said than YORK. The "Turkey Trot" Tho Hogwallow Improvement So NEW a intHH.UD trip in tho Calf IUbs Bear," and even tho Mr. Reeves, "but I deny that It is Im- th south at tho Baltimore conven ble advertisement of a community. clety has been In communication with "Chicken Reel," the last wrd in tho proper. It is the latest development tion is the opinion of Josephus Any community which has a Kood cowuiuuiiy, to thu northwest of hero. who wants t dance zoo, may be all right in New- and has none of the features of the Daniels, editor of tho Raleigh Nows newspaper should accord It a patronvuie back empty handed, bow-it- r, a gentleman nt Tlckvllle to know what the opening Is hon for port but they dont go among real 'turkey trot' and the 'grizzly bear.' and Observer and Democratic national age in sumo degroo commensurate ever) thing of uny valuo being bono yard. The Improve- society folk in New York. "I instruct in all three dances, but committeeman from North Carolina Aith its merits. Kentucky nowspapers n first-clas- s iroien to the ground. That much has been learned in In- I do not allow them to be danced at Further evidence of this fact is thi in a great majority are deserving of ment Society has sent hlin encouragThe Wind Man of tho Calf Ribs ing word( nnd offor to assist In the terviews with several dancing masters my classes or my receptions. I dance organization of many Wilson Clubt jmplo support and arc rendering betcotumuuity canio Into Hogwallow to- wny of contributions, In ovory man- who number tashlonablo folk among the chicken reel for a club dance In throughout Kentucky and other south ter service than it is over possible for Newport last summer, when I was pupils. their day riding his blind inulo that wore a ner possible. their consUtuenclcs to pay. Courier"" era states. Theso teachers Instruct in the va- asked to get up something new." bind bridle. Ho know when ho got Journal. In tho "chicken reel" the partners rious dances, but they won't allow o iho poatofflec As the white house clocks wen Sim Flinders, our widely known i at them In public receptions or parties. hold hands and take four steps forby tho ticking of 'ri postinastor'o watch. trap Inventor and Hog Ford Sunday Discussion of these dances came ward, flapping the outer arms like striking 10 President Taft, Feb. 14 The local gins were rushed Saturproclamation admlttlni day handling tho cotton business. School teacher, has returned from a through tho announcement by the the wings of a chicken and rising on signed tho 1am Sims has been calculating an Arizona to the union. Ho used a Many wagons waited "their turn" for flying business trip to Hounding H" committee on amusements and vaca- the toes at the some tlmo. Soiug inl0 u,,, caUj0 uuan08a and wuj working girls that Thou both stop and scratch like & gold pen which was given to Post hours before being unloaded. In fact. lows, Ryo Straw, tho Candor Crtuk tion resources of tomorrow for Tlckvlllo, whero tho "turkey trot" and "grizzly bear" chicken four times with the right master Gen. Hitchcock. Tho new the bulk of cotton coming in was graveyard and other points. Ho go. Tho danoeo are supposed to foot facing each other. will Inspect tho train when It work must state Is tho 48th and will bo known equal to tho .busy days of last fall. that ho has latoly been nt & m, with a vlow of getting on MMAnAAMMAAMAMMMMMAAMAMMWWVWVWWV as tho "Valentino State." Two cents or a little over was tho on n btlll newer device In tho way to the way tho Is modo. price paid. There is no money In of a rat trap that will completely tc 'or any of tho other cotton at "c. It cost lc to get it A mule was in tho act of kicking outdo Bdlson picked leaving the handsome margin J'lss Hostottor Hocks, yesterday, in This ono Is mndo on tho stylo of a HOW WEM WOMEN swinging back FREEHOLD, N. Y. As a sequel to front of the blacksmith of lc to pay for raUlng aud handling we WANT but clock, with pendulum shop, "emotional kiss," the. "' n sho turned and looked at him and forth very fast. Tho bait Is put PRINCIPAL May Be Made Strong at Small tho crop. Cotton is mighty poor students of the high when the rat boy and the girl sid) when it doesn't brlug more than two '8ht hard, tho animal immedlatoly on tho pendulum, nnd SMITH BACK Expense and No Risk out on marched school sldo by chasing It to ami strike from the classrooms the other Jumped a fonco There nro hundreds of women in cents in tho seed and somebody and scurrcd off across soon It ho begins . immtatmmC tf this vicinity, weak, thin, bomewhero on the line Is skinning fro. Tho rat soon becomos oxhausted day and paraded tho streets, anO u JKfVMxiI tired out nnd nervous. Such women the cttoon raiser. In Its bed tho rest of the nouncing that thoy were out to stay and remain need Vinol just as much as did Mrs. until Principal Roy Leon Smith was night. Kentucklan. Jane Pepper, of 2307 Howard streer, When you feel like crlUclslng tho reinstated. Courier, stop long enough to rememIn the primary schools all is un- San Francisco. Cal., who says: Only thoso students who feared tho "I have used Vinol for some tlmo ber that while It is not an Enquirer Anti.Phvmln la tho national rome- - parental slipper remained and It is rest Tho younger children have your lungs expected they will also go out later. caught tho strike ferer. They are in with particularly gratifying results. I or a Courclr-Journa- l It is filling Its dy for Tuberculosis. If general charge of Miss Carrie Atkin- was run down, weak nnd debilitated, This is to notify members of Elm aro weak you should begin ni oiuo There wero eighty odd In tho demon- son, whom the board of education nnd my nppetlto was gone. After tak- place a place that tho other papers strating procession and they made named as temporary superintendent ing several bottles of Vinol I found cannot fill and that you nro not run"P No. 3, W. O. W., that your to tako Antl Phymln. It will not may be paid to T. C. Bondurant so much of tho modlclno to more nolso than flvo times that when Mr. Smith Friday refused to my condition greatly Improved, and ning a John Wanamoker department r the St Louis Furnishing Co. to euro you in tho early stages of con- numbor of men would have done. take the position pending the settle- do not hesltato to recommend Vinol store or nn Elmondorf farm, either. 1A to anyone similarly affected." You aro simply filling your Stark or H. C. Barrett. little While they wero marching along ment of trouble following the For salo In Hickman by sumption. Vinol is not a secret nostrum, but nlcho of Village Superintendent thoy came upon Samuel R-- Smith, regular meetings on Wednesday Holm & Ellison. Just as tho local paper is fill n delicious cod liver and Iron tonic president of tho board of education Barnes on chargeB that he was seen "6M cf each week. YOU are urged ing its little niche. oil, nn np,0 he It is now settled that tho national and shouted to him that they wanted with a teacher on his lap kissing him. without tono which will create organs, present. up tho digestive Presldont Barnes alleged the kiss was due to petlto, and wo hereby Principal Smith back. por capita is $31.C5t Gas In the stomach or bowels is a sonof-a-guH. McMULLIN, C. C. Smith says some boys not only shook hysterical gratitude because ho had make puro blood and creato strength. disagreeable symptom of a torpid liv aervo notlco upon tho Try a bottlo of Vinol with the un- er. To get rid of their fists at him but Insultod him assisted the teacher In passing an derstanding it quickly take T. C. BONDURANT, Clerk who hns ours to como across with it that your money will bo IIERB1NU. It Is a marvelous liver Various petitions aro In other ways. The girls chorused. examination. principal in circulation asking the board to rt returned U H docs not help you. $35133; stimulant and bowel purifier. Price Best Hope Domestic, 7Mo a yard. "Smith, Smith; we want our Helm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. 50c. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. consldsr his dismissal. jafisa backl" A, S, Barkett. you get the choicest woolens in America, very latest style, guaranteed workmanship and correct fit for one-thir- d less than ordinary tailors to one-hahave to charge. Don't delay having us take your measure. lf While tho theme of In tho public schools has been b mi tod by thcorlsti, materialist of the Margaret Morrison Carnegie School for Women have been arranging a practical course for brides, and have announced Utat It would be added to the curriculum this month. It la explained In emphatic terms that the new classes are in no war devised to encourage elopement, and that only young women twenty-onyears or older will be admitted. In considering tho Question of instructing young wives In the serious aide of matrimony, the faculty has seIn the lected subjects calculated members' minds to add to happiness, bring contentment to husbands, lessen milliners' and dress makers' bills, and preclude, as far as possible, the presence of Indigestion. Tho particular subject of bringing contentment to husbands. Is considered the most putzllng. Of course any Instruction havf-ia tendency toward PITTSBURO. e post-nuptig Item of well cooked food is generally considered the most Important of alt. Miss Dorothy B. Scott, assistant registrar of the school, explains that newlyweds will bo taugbt all the dietary and culinary frills calculated to make young men forget the cooking of their mothers. She also says the hours of Instruction will be so arranged that they will not interfere with the home life or encroach upon the evening hours when husband and wife want, or should want, to be together, but probably will take place in the afternoon, after the morning housework Is completed and when many young wives attend the matinees. Cooking, from the boiling of eggs to making of pastry, may be learned In ten lessons at 18; theory of dressmaking and shirtwaist making, each 10 for ten lessons; millinery, 16 lessons for $10, and garment design, 20 lessons for $15. Thus tho entire course may bo taken for $63, but any one or more courses may be selected and tho time lessened. They are also to be taught bow to launder clothes. Women roust work out their educational salvation through the fundamental occupations for women; they lead directly into a form of axtlstlo the lessening of milliners' and dressmakers' bills, will help some. But the Let Us Tailor These 6 Things in Your Spring Suit Pure Wool. Legal Guarantee with each garment warranting Full Satisfaction or Money back. 3 100 pep cent Process Shrink. (It can't shrink on your back.) A Schedule Deliveries. 5 $1 a day Cash Forfeit for Each Day's Delay In Delivery. 6 Amazing Big Values at Small Prices. 1 ft-'- ; All A 2 There are 6 big features of excellence; six exclusive satisfaction-insurin- g points that go into every Royal Tailored Suit that you cannot get thru any other tailoring service on this terrestial globe. We have listed these features above. Now, the remarkable part of it is, that although you get these guaranteed qualities in a Royal Suit and, although your complete satisfaction on a Royal garment is not merely promised but ABSOLUTELY guaranteed a Royal tailored suit is an actual MONEY SAVER to you, besides. Had Marriage license But No Bride Baltzer & Dodds D. G, Co. M mm For the prices on Royal Tailored-to-orde- r clothes are just as marvelous as the QUALITIES. Think of a custom-designe- d r, and hand-mad- e suit created especially for you in the two greatest tailoring establishments in America. ' built-to-orde- 1 nl $20, $25, $30 $35 iil i pad-Joc- k H. E. Curlin The 'Turkey Trot" Barred by Society i 7t U ten-doll- Thun-deratio- J2Jfl5ktSP& rA " -- ao two-third- 've cow-catch- Joy Kiss" Causes Strike in School Qe &vfl& t7 run-dow- 'smvM Notice W. O. W. al ' n ..jA. PLOWS True Blue, John Deere, Vulcan and Oliver These are the Standard Plows of the world today. We have the goods and the prices will be the same as last year. HICKMAN HARDWARE INCORPORATED Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at PUBLIC SALE Of Horses, Mules, the homo of Mr and Mrs. T. K. Taylor their daughter, Mrs Ernestine Cattle, Bulls, Etc. Crossland, and Mr, Montgomery L Vaughan were united in marriage The Rev. W. II. Williams was tho officiating minister. Only the members of the family were present to witness tho ceremony. Immediately nfter their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan drovo out to his country place on the Chalk Banks road where they will make their home. Clinton Cazqtte. On March C, 1912, I will offer for sale at my farm 5 miles east of Hickman, C miles west of Cayce and 11 miles north of Union City, tho fol lowing stock: 30 head young mules, 3 and 4 years old. Several span matured mules. 4 or 5 heavy young horses Several mares with foal. 2 Polled Durham Bulls. Milk Cows, Springers and Yearlings. Some stock Hogs, nice bunch of Sheep. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock on the abovo date, provided tho weather is fair. It bad weather sate will be contlned the next day. 10 and under cash; ovo TERMS: $10, 9 months time with approved note. Barbecued meats will bo sorved on the grounds. 3tp J. J. C. ROPER. Here and There Subscribe fro the Courier. I "r or Somewhere i Don't fool yourself about sowing ma- chlao you wanL Get tho boat tho Singer why of courio. Best macbln and easiest term. Wo mako them sing. Everybody like them. Seo L A, Brock, tho agent. Cumb, phono 12 S. Don't bo deceived by to muchtaic about cheap shingle. Wo will ' you tbo Mimo goods for less mot and can furnUii you a. bottar hln It you want IL C. M. YaUs 8hlDj Co. N- Tho Bmbroidery Club will meet wit Union City Democrats havo organMrs. S. L. Dodds Friday afternoon at ized n Woodrow Wilson club. 2:30. R. L. Bradley has been on tho sick Wheat is said to bo looking very Alex Nalfeh spent tho week In list this week poor. York City. ( S. A. Choato orders tho Courier W. . Mattlock has sold his farm near Crutchfleld and will glvo up tho saiit to H. A. Choato, at Wingo, Ky. "simple life." Fire insurance rates will bo regulated by a slon in tho future if passed the lower house assembly In Kentucky state commls- a bill which of the general having already passed tho senate, Is approved by Gov. McCreary Tho commission is to consist of three members, two to bo appointed by tho governor and tho third to bo the state insurance commissioner. If this commission does the right thing, the rates in Hickman will be lowered from 25 to CO per cent. A fine boy arrived at the homo of Monro Heatherly and wlfo. Fob. 7. About a year ago the stock delivered twins- at this homo and both frozo Get tho best to death Co - at COMING Tuesday, Feb. 27th MOREDOCK J. L. Buckingham, residing on route Plymouth 4, will bo in tho raco for County Barred FOR SALE: Rock eggs for setting. 19 for $1.00. Jailer. Mrs. R. H. Scearcet Cayce, Ky. "Tho Girl of My Dreams is n dandy Your phone order will rocolvo story" that's what wo hear on all sides. Havo you read it? prompt Whlto Bros. attention. Clennlng und repairing. Phono 195. Wo mako your personal nppcaranco Mrs. M. E. Willlo, of near Mayflald, our business. Arc you ono of our Whlto Bros. phono 195. and II. S. Woodard, of near Clnlton, customers? were united in marriage at Fulton, Slnco tho prices of cotton havo Sa'urday. gone down wo don't hear so much Mrs. F. M. Case and llttlo son, of "King Cotton." Tho prlco is a Fred Jr., left Tuesday for I'aducah to Joko. spend a few weeks with her mother, Dick Scearcc, of Cayce, has lost two Mrs. Clark. moro fine mules nnd has another Hickman Furniture If you havo consumption, Catarrh team sick. Ho thinks some vandal or Asthma do not be discouraged. is poisoning his stock. n will positively cure conJoo Folk, of Missouri, is no longer sumption, catarrh and asthma." For among tho presidential possibilities, salo in Hickman by Holm & Ellison. having withdrawn his Intentions of Anti-Phyml- Mifl' &&4m. MEDICWB ( Tfrlirl -up-to-da- hese days, taking medicine is not the terrifying thing te 0 : When the bowels bocomo Irregular seeking tho nomination. you are uncomfortablo and tho long- I It Is economy to havo our clothes er this condition exists the worso you feel. You can get rid of this cleaned and pressed. They will give. misery quickly by using HEiiuiNis. you better scrvlco and present a Take a dose on going to bed and eeo much nicer appearance. Our prices how flno you feel next day. Price aro reasonable. Whlto Bros. phono GOc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. Even castor oil has been made tasteless and many children cry for it. All our disagreeable medicine has been pleasantly disguised and a sufferer may now take the most unpalatable cure without knowing the difference between it and candy or a delicious drink. it used to be. & WATSON 1 Postmaster Stephens and his clerks are earning their salaries now. Tho quadrennial weighing of tho United States mall in Kentucky nnd tho states Immediately south of this state for the purpose of determining tho compensation for tho railroads began last Thursday and will contlnuo for 105 days. 195. Geo. Edmonds got a flngor on his at right hand caught In a Mongol last week and tho member was cut off. Mr. Edmonds had precog-whe- Do not, therefore, let thoughts of nasty medicine prevent you from coming here for THAT CURE we have a remedy that will please you a remedy for every common ailment, Here Are a Few of Them Minstrels One ADMISSION viously lost all the fingers on his left hand. It looks to Georgo as though U la not intended for him to keep any fingers. Mrs. Thomas Andorson, of New Orleans, who Is a niece of President Jefferson DavlH of tho Southern Confederacy is now neurlng her 90th year, has steadfastly refused till now to tako tho oath of allegiance to ho United States. For this reason tho Government has refused to consider a $50,000 claim she has for tho destruction of her property at Jackson, Miss., during tho war by Federal Tarplne for Coughs Capsacold for Colds Nyal Family Remedies all guaranteed 3XTigfcit Only TWO HOURS AND A HALF OF MUSIC AND MIRTH. . 25c, 35c, 50c James Gilbert, forraorly of Breathitt county, who said ho had been a member of the Hargls faction In feuds was fatally wounded In a revolver duel with a bartender at Helena, Ark., but before ho died ho declared ho was the man who fired tho shot that killed Gov. Wm. Goobel at Llttlo Frankfort in January, 1900. credenco Is given to tho alleged confession, aa no such man was prominent in tho Gocbel conspiracy. Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. 10 Cumberland No. 45 "mrr i NEW ORNAMENTS Simplicity FOR HAIR j It the Watchword of the Hour In tho Dreulng of the Hair. TESTIMONY OF FIVE WOMEN Prove s Vegetable Com- pound Is Reliable. j Greater Farm Efficiency Br Simplicity it demanded In dressing ) tho nalr at present, inn it to accon-- t ao That Lydia E. Pink-ha- m tbe contour of tho bead. Hair mutt ronqw tms same ' ' How to Select PROF. R. A. MOORE i Wltcontln Cotttgm Bet Seed Corn eArricu'tan If you want to sell your r t f c t r r I , i i friends Good and Bad Types of Kernels. The Four Kernels at the Left Are of the Proqer Type: to Choose. Each of the Others It Faulty and an Ear because of what It has r crlved fathlon of wearing (he I h. r w. m done forme Containing Such Kernels Should Not Be Chosen for Seed. peasant ttyle, with the t cted IlAt'KH, 621 E. Marion St., oiled over the ear. It much ( The first point in judging seed corn The Up kernels are likely to bo flinty Muhawaka, Ind. a II Is to deterralno Its trueness to tbe typo and of a pop com shape, which. Is un f,, itJ Uandeaut of richly Jew Alton StaUon.Ky.-"F- or c are worn acrom tho front! or breed characteristics. are deslrablo In dent corn. If bare tips Thore months I ntifr..rwl kVV1 mnat Ct)4n are noticeable to extent c breeds of corn, like lead. 'a troubles in cnt.Huence of whlrh Iiiiva nAPfillnr breeds of cattle, throughout the field, quite an due to " erAnr fir fnrmn i .Mslcal headdress looks well i it may bo i"i age anu uiougtu p1 I vilir. riMilil nnt liv which distinguish them; as for in- tbe fact that the silks representing i a ''met, and the jeweled fillet la I CS r.v y I'inkham's Vegetable stance, the Silver King is a white a, j roprlato for thlt coiffure. the tip kernels which were formed last 5 I CompuuiKl made me well ornaments may bo and the Golden Glow a yollow were too Into to receive tho pollen to H elaborate V landlwf other sufTerinii vurlety. It Is difficult to distinguish fertilize them. If ears having defect red and yet follow the Jlites of (4 women toknow about it" between breeds of the same color, tive tips nre used for seed, their U..I w li.. Mrs. Emma tri ra inan m Stntinn. Kv.IIailkv, Alton bdt thla may be learned by experience characters will soon become tips usually accomof Deisrm, No. Dak FOR DAY OR EVENING WEAR "I was passing in handling corn any different breeds. permancnL Open Irregular kernels on Uirough Change of Life and felt very In puro com of breeds there aro pany shallow and bad. I could not sleep and was very certain marks wilch can be easily the ear which makes the kernels on Drtu After Thlt Medel Can Oe Made nervous. Lydla E. I'inkham's Vegetable recognized. that part of the ear undesirable for In Any of Big Variety of Comiwund restored m to pcrfi-c- t health Tho Ideal car Is cylindrical, conform- planting, on 'account of lack ot uniand I would not be without lL" Mrs. ing Material. to the standard for the variety and formity. F. M. TII0K.N. Deiaem. No. Uak. In judging the character of tho butt not crooked or too tapering. ""- are many suitable materials It Is as difficult to And an ear ot of an ear of com, the way In which jKinK up a dress such a thlt. f' corn perfect In ahape as It la to find tho rows come over towards the shank ( - j "!rl It In stiver grey eollenne. CHURCH NOTICE. cows, horses and sheep with perfect Is important It the com comes In Wett Hickman an added piece at fkirt has forms. Tbe shape of ears of the dif- too close, the ears may drop oft the ' i of whloh Is a grey silk and Djptltt Church. " '& ' "' U J " J ferent varieties of corn differ as stalk during the ripening and not full j ujy '"'" i ''(' it s'l "l b x ' rimming; the upper part of ci ly mature. All ears which have butts widely as the shape and form of the I wxi'i over to left tide, where It IrV I'roahlng flret Haaday iiicht In different pure breeds of cattle. Each Improperly filled should be rejected. Tied with a row of tiny oxldlxed class and variety has a characteristic Com breeders in desiring to get a s each month at C 45 ami evvry third shape peculiar to Itself. For example, large proportion of corn to tbe cob, ' riff 1 In ttylo, Sunday at 11 n. m. and G.4I p. m. Rllvi-- r King corn has an ear ot me- often choose ears with too small an atbodice It cross-ove- r i Jited trimming at bust and Sunday Scfcool evory Sunday morn dium length, large In circumference, tachment for the shank. Tbe butt and c rocs, tiny buttons trim the lK at 9:M o'clock. Prayer Mcotlng while tho Golden Glow has an ear con- the tip kernels are rejected for plantto because they nre fvry Thurlay evening at 7 o'clock siderably shorter and finer In cob and ing, mixed with other more likelyand be varieties general conformation. M IV aHaaW Hn K wry body t B Invited to pH M WM A Tho most deafrably shaped ear la owing to their peculiar forma'Ion, they Services held rvlee. cylindrical from to tip. Where are not uniform, and interfere In the opposite acbool bHlIdlng. Itov. V. U. ears are Inclined butt taper, It will be planting. They also seem weaker In to King. I'aatar noticed that two or four rows, aa a germination and aro more tardy In rule, ere dropped near tho middle of 8A Slid, of Mason, Mich., will the ear. In scoring corn, take Into forget hla terrible exposure to consideration the soil and climatic cona nierclleM storm. "It g.e me a ditions in which the corn Is grown. dr.adful cokl.M be writes "that cam-oThe shape ot a desirable ear for centMere nln In my ahest, so it tral Illinois would differ in many reA fc bard for me to breathe. spects fror" the shape most desirable ii"iKhlor save ne sevoral doftea ot for Wisconsin. Tho shorter growing article in the store is marked down to cost or near cost. Discovery which King's New Hr season In Wlrconsln demands a shaliroUKlit grent relief. The doctor said lower kernel and a smaller ear to enThis great annual sale helps us to clear the goods which we that I wa on tho verge of pneumo - able the com to mature In a short have overstocked, and brings down stock to the right proma, but to continue with the UIscovMason. ry I did o and two botlles portions. Many of the goods have just come in and all are The color of tho grain should bo unicured Hie." Uae only this iuirk. safe, reliable medlolno for form and true to tho color standard the latest style and best make. oukIih. cotda, or any throat or lung for the variety, free from missing or trouble I'rke iOc and $1.00. Trial discolored kernels. The color of the cob should bo a buttle free, fluarantecd by Helm & The only way to convince yourself of the bright cherry red for yellow corn and K'Hsou value of these great bargains is to come inpure white for white com. The color ot the corn varies with OLD OFFICERS to this store today and inspect them for the breod. The Silver King com haa yourself. You need not buy unless you stockholders a cream color, while the Boono CounAt n meeting of the ty White haa a pearly white color. of the Hickman Ice &. Coal Co. Friwant to. Where these shades predominate they corpora- .. j day tho old offlcern of the become characteristic of the breeds. Types of Good Ears. In Choosing The officers Yellow breeds vary slightly in color edge Seed Corn, Select Ears aa Near the l'or day wear, as adjustablo tion were Shape of Those Shewn Here aa yoie and under-sloeve-a from a pale yellow to a deep orange, of spotted oxl-dl- are ne follows: Pessible. J net are worn. and can only be known by a thorough A. A. Farts, l'realdent. acquaintance. Material required: Five yards 48 T. A Lwdford. Vice I'roeldenL growth, than kernels from the middle Some Special Bargains : laches wide, about three yards trim A bright cher.y red cob denotes Tom Dillon, Sr., Secy. parts of the ear. Blue, several dozen buttost, and one health and vigor In com and a pale or Kernels should be of perfect wedge $25.00 Davenport Mr. Myra Farls Treasurer. $ 2.75 ..$18.00 Oak Beds and one-hadark red cob denotes lack of constituyard spotted net J T. Dllonl, aneral Manager. tion or vitality. The white corn cobs shape, narrower or wider at the point, 15.00 10.00 DbingChairs 1.00 should be a glistening white and aot a according to the variety characterisFUR IS NOW MUCH IN VOGUE tics. 12.00 Buffets 15.00 Wardrobes 16.00 Leave orders for wood nt Smith dead pale color. They should be uniform In shape, Some farmers prefer to grow com of type or One Csnnot Have Too Much Peltry on Ac Amberg's. J. 8. Mosler. size and to certain colors. From testa made by variety. color and true big the The crown or end of the Evening Wraps, Which Are of com, and by experiment breeders Gorgeous. stations, It has been found that in kernel should be such that the edges general, color makes no difference so ot the kernels slope from tip to crown. The tip. of the Is the Quantities of fur are being used for far as feeding value ts concerned, and part attached to kernel, whichcontains E: E. REEVES, Mgr. Next Door to P. O. tbe cob and weman's adornment, and one cannot It Is merely a matter of cholco of the fcTo too much paltry on evening LATE, POPULAR grower at to the color of corn he de- the germ Is rich in protein and oil and of tho highest feeding value. For which are gorgeous, both la sires. IndicoK- - and fabric, CJold and platinum Market condition means general ex- this reason a plump tip usually cates vitality. c, the two metals Interwoven not cellence and the degree of ripeness or The kernels on the cob may be irin e the silver and gold lace of maturity. Corn that shows a tendency Elizabeth1! fancy, and huge, on the cob with wldo regular, being deeper at tho butt than to be loose just received, price Qua' it decoratlvo buttons, spaces.between the kernels should be at tho tip. This makes the kernels are notable In size and renders the features, and are likely to meet with scored off severely under market concom almost wholly unfit for seed. No ouch favor, A huge cameo, "Wedge-cdition. will plaque, a piece of beautiful When corn Is scored from the feed- machine get plant kernels of this type a uniform stand. aamel work, or a filigree gold "boss" standpoint It Is not cut so severe- to as to er's Kernels with weak or shriveled tips t with stones, all are eagerly welly as from tho grower's or seedsman's or 3 for 50c standpolnL When we consider that a should bo discarded, no matter how comed, and take prldo of place at tho olefastonlng visible on a wrap. This bushel ot corn plants about six acres well the outside of the car may look. o time to and reallwj the Importance to bo atr At leaBt 85 per cent of tbe oil In the search amongst ono's 011 .eelry. tached to uniformity of stand wo see kernel is In the germ, hence corn pCes that were, not to We don't carry everything under the sun, but we the value of considering the market with well formed germs is desirable. tK sinro, hopelessly re cow treasures. condition from tho grower's standpoint Tests by the Illinois experiment stado handle the best of-- everything to eat including, tion show that the oil in corn may In a critical way. ,,!er bu,Id but .hi"1"' ot ,,u, vary from 24 to 7& per cent and of course, our famous Corn will gradually become accus:?" "'mono effect, ore still nddhered to, we ahort sleeve tomed to Its surroundings and will ad- protein from 63 to 16 per cent If often being slashed to largo J just itself to varying conditions of soil seed corn contains acrop amount of re'eal a wide cuff of gold laco or somo gTown from ner decoratlvo fabric. 3 and climate. Dy selecting those ears protein and oil. the 3j33A-7-Jhigh la theso desirfor seed that show good market con- this seed will be Every sack guaranteed. dition, even if there be but a few in able features. New Dollies Are Thin. Standard measurements for corn the entire field, the earliness of the Jollies as tblu na gossamer are now produced in northern, middle and corn can be Improved materially. ng used with crystal glass and A share of your business solicited. Phone No. 74: ' The kernols should extend over the southern Wisconsin, are at follows: "inly china. The latest Importations -- ATtip of, the car In regular rows, and bo Length, northern section 8 to 9 Inches, li88 Bro flno aB cobwebs. Each uniform In size and shape. They should central, 8 to 9U Inches, southern 8 oiSK is embroldored with tho finest Ask about our coupon system if you extend over the butt of the ear In reg- to 9 Inches. Long ears aro objectionunen floss, and while tho pattern ular rows and bo well developed and able because they usually have poor want to save money. "ems to cover tho bit of tissue it by butts and tips, shallow kernels and uniform. no rueant gives per cent of grain to the It a thick look. The A perfect tip has a central kernel hence a low Basket leaves every ""err bowl set which expresses the called the cap, which Is completely ear. In generals the circumference Tuesday afternoon "wuet style In the sorfoctly apthe length. surrounded with uniform kernels. A should be posed Uble la ot sheer bolting clota perfect tip is rarely found, but those The standards for various sections in on the edge with a tiny which come nearest to the Ideal should Wisconsin are: Northern 6 to 6H BestWorK Lowest rnc C to 7 Inches, southscallop and garland of ml-:- r h chosen, provided It is net at the ex- inches, central ,0P'c Howera worked Jn n trellis other more Important factors. ern 7 to 74 Inches, pense of l t,i .f - head ornament. ) to debutante there mutt bo It ii lay Sho may wear a fillet or ap of pearl tnoahwork or dainty , s net. Tbe sash ' , .fjj will probably appeal to her ' atrhet the belt of the evcnlug , uJ la knotted at tho nape of ,1 pale-colore- d Roodyllle. ts of old gold mesh, Jewel-- , mend Lydfa Ore. "I can pearls, crytttlt or col Compound to E Pinkham's Venule nied with all women who nre puiinR . -.e U -- . j -- ...I. irlvit n tint- rt mitnlA. through Oio rimn.. u. 1 wit, us u maun e yet preserve tho simple linen mo a wen woman alter cclffuro. suffering three years.". It attractive for, o new bag-caiviAUY HOCAJIT, Kvedville, Oregon. cater, dance or restaurant II It r of fine chiffon, through which tbe Now Orleans, La, -"paaBinp through iy plainly be teen. A band of s,- - rd meshwork, finished by dang. gyt troubled with hot Hashes, naments over tlii ears, com g weak nnd dizry spells and H Thlt is a ttyle bor- a lio cap. uaAHciiu. iwosnoiiitior the long ago. Th ladles i J from nnythlntf unUI I took n their hair In nets richly E. Pinkham'a Vctje-tab- 'e arti rd with Jewels, Great prldo Compound which proved wortli its weight ken In tho possession of them 1. ...--.- ..1 irs. i ' Land ?nHH 1 IIIiIlIJ v I . when or aay Ly-di- House and Lot List it with I'aIT" k I mwJt Y"1 T K. I'inkhom's Vegetable ux.u n. lomitounil. I am trr. . m 1 InKoMtome." Mrs.G.va- - TON ULONDEAU, l&ll I'o- - JKCt aVssm ' ataVtH'tattatH 'iaV H aPsKi JtaV - i-- . 'KM&t'i&L.' atQaV it i lymnlaSt.,NewOrlenns. Mishawakn.Ind. "Women passing through tho ('hfinrva nf t ifu nn ..1. M'iShaw 11 ftf, fm ' t rf J ya-riet- m M i 1 y nir 'i jjis' tbe l ncr d gARGAINS that are bargains not old stock witKnew price tickets on. Every com-pleti-- b t .. if Get here early have first choice Beds... lf ... . Hickman Furniture Co. vrs a Sheet Music GROCERIES and oj 20c & FRESH MEATS Fethe French Snowflake Flour fr.i -- LAUNDRY '.!.: R. L. Bradley three-fourth- nied silo. i Matheny & Plant mmmmmmmtmtmmttmmamm.t3iMmmmimatamammf-lLm- i WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? Yl The Courier's Weekly Sermon 5 PJME LUCIFER OF DID ' NOW PRINCE OF DEMONS. Pastor Russell Finds Much In tha BlbU on Satan's Pait, Present and Future. Washington, D. Cm Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, drc See samples. Jit Courier Office. ,gn tTKTTT ... - " r- - ?rTI -' 7JV I & VijV-iiBBByT i L vFpjaBjav v. "r-"v iJuU i. ' "vl . - - - . Bjja" riir V' , .:v 4T3&' u: v. i LW-- .y.tf'i-iVt f M y M' I j-"i r fcDAY DREAMS If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated PREPARATION OF A SEED BED A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law Illustration Shows Implement for Mellowing Surface and Alio for Smoothing Road. An implement which max be used Is made by taking; four pieces of seasoned hard wood, each six by six inches, and eight feet long; bolt together so that the corners, or edges, will rest on the ground, with threo of round Iron, about S2 inches long, one through the middle of the drag, the others each six Inches from either end of the timbers. Use and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY to mellow the surface eye-bol- ts three-quarter-In- Office over Rice's Shoe Store -- f- I The Purpose W of an - IsfesAsflBaHsM Ik Aninrffcnmnnf- IK .1 iFlg. 1, 5" h Is to serve your needs. people you want to reach. An advertiseis a reference guide It will help sell your goods talk to the angle washers with boles for open edge rings of hooks, clip out half-Incof the tow inside pieces back of end bolt, for chain hook in transportation from place to place, as shown In Tor use as road smoother, back right-hanend of drag d drop with ment in this paper to those whose wants are worth supplying. Business Directory -- ASS. FOR RATES- - ST. PAUL'S a "l"3 Vi of wagon stay-chaiIn Fig. 2. I Services: After plowing In the earlier portion Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. or the day, transfer the teams to the Tt-Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. I EPISCOPAL CHURCH ui ' W. Offlee J. McMURRY fi fa. Jjt r Attorney-at-La- la LaClode Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. OR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELO Dentist Davidson' old stand. Phone No. 2. Hick man, Ky. FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmers. 20 day of Satan. An evil prliiclp' could not truthfully be termed a mui Iluaaeil addrnaaed dertr and a falsifier. Buch terms rouU large audiences here apply only to an Intelligent being, such twice today at the as the Illble describes Lucifer, now called Opera Uoutwv Ilia Satan afternoon theme waa St Paul likewise refers to Satan aa a Hereafter." In hla person saying, "We are not Ignorant of evening addreaa he his devices" (II Corinthians II. 11), and discussed Satan and again. 'Wo war not with flesh and blood suggested valuable (merely) but with wicked spirits In high lessons from hla er- power' tEpheslans vl, U). The speaker rors. Incidentally ha held that Pitan has certain evil angels ;y&foiC5tE'LCl showed that many of an Inferior grade subordinate to htm of ua have beca and over whom he Is the prince or ruler--'Th- e wrong In thinking of him aa a Prince of demons ' These, he aalo In a far off torturo chamber; other. he might refer to more particularly nsx equally In error and out of accord with Sunday Through these evil spirits for the (Wlptures, In denying Satan's per-- I six thousand years a malevolent Influence tonality and rlntmlnit that the name rej has been exercised upon mankind rewnts merely the principle of evil. From Not only have they preyed upon human the Scrlpturea Pastor Itussell pointed out weaknesses and passions, but, as1 s civet he who Is known an Satan, or aarloa of Ool. they have used every deItliat of God. waa not another God evil of vice at their command to misrepresent the and thus, contrary to our CreDivine character and Plan, putting dark-pes- s ator, tiur was he In any sense created evil. for light and light for darkness It 'He ttfis an angel of light, or rather. The was these fatso teachings, propagated by Angel of Light He was a Prince or SuSatan and hi demon subordinates, that perior nmonrnt tho angela a "covering the Apostle referred to as "iWtrlnee of cheruK" as decrllil In the Scriptures, devils' (I Timothy I v. 1) He was glorious, beautiful Intelligent, one of the highest of God's creature on tha Tha Logos In Contrast With Luclfar Angel In general In tha spirit plane The speaker betlvved that 8t Paul had Rorlptnres are referred to as son of God In mind the rebellious and degenerate and aa star bright, luminous, glorious. course of Lucifer and Intended to Instioriginal name of Satan before hla tute of lnngrslon wna Lucifer, which slgnt-n- th 'e atn contrast between the coursethat the passage which declares n bright and morning star Logos, meditated not a usurpaChrist the di might suppose that an angel of tion not to be like God, but, on the conI.U'ifcra dignity and glory would h.ivn trary was willing to humblo himself and n thoroughly content with tho wonder bondmn's form and then to betak ful puMtloD of Divine favor which he en. I come a unto drath. even the Joyed Hut It Is not always those who 'of the nlwdltnt The Apostle declares, death "Hint ross. I are without name and fame and bless hath God highly cxaltnt and given a nam Ings who are ambitious for higher things. which ta ubgve every nam" to which As the millionaire desires more millions, contrast that Lucifer ro Lucifer, rich In Dlvln favor and bless- .angels bow The rankle fn lahis heart and ing, honor and greatness, longed for still allowed nrld to to rebellion, while the Logos more. He was ambitious. It seemed te to lead him to Jehotah, submitted himself him that the Divine Program worked fully loyal to every teal Of loyalty apobediently slowly He longed for an opportunity to sought to exalt himplied The put Into exercise his owr brilliant self wilt be one who to the Bocnnd Death. abased schemes These scheme naturally wero obe.ll-enrwho humbled secret! In his own heart He revealed , The onedeath, the death himself tn wilt of theXTross, te them to no one. Ha said In hla heart, hi grent reward glory, honor would ascend above the stars, be would exprbnee the and Immortality, much more than Satan be oji the Most High (Isaiah xlv. 1J. II) eer dreamed of Not that he thought of usurping Jehovah's Empire but merely that he coveted "Thine was tha chastisement, with no reles might a little corner of the Universe where he be the peace; could be supreme, above the other angels, That minefor my transgressions, stricken exercising his own genius This unholy Wounded sors. thought disloyal to his Creator, ho That I might tin no more; Instead of repelling aa moral The bruising and tha cruel stripes were of saying, "To my God I My life and every bleaslnr That thine. will bo true healing might be mine; I owe htm. Ha Is whether I un- Thine were the sentence and the condemderstand all of hla doings or not nation. Mine tha acquittal and tha full salvation." Lucifer Tested Proved Dialoyal Nona of tho holy angels were disloyal to God and foolish enough to prefer Satan. Satan first opportunity for putting hla HOME ENDORSEMENT ambition Into practise came when mother Hundreds of Hickman Citizens r.K was created and ho heard the Divine message that, through the human pair, Tell You All About IL tho earth would be peopled with a race of their kind. Ambition whispered. Secure the pair as the foundation for your Homo endorsement, tho public ox empire and soon they will All the earth, and your desires will have prcasJon of .Hickman people, should fulfillment be evldcnco beyond dlaputo for ovory The story of the deception of mother by falsehood, and of father Adam's Hickman readers. Suroly tho oxpori-uac- o Ee dleohedlenra and practical suicide because of friends and neighbors, cheerof his love for his wife. Is the well known Dlbte study Satan achieved bis fully given by them, will carry more weight than the uttoranco of Strang-er- r ends and Iwcame, as Scrlpturally declared "The Prince of this world" (John xlv realdlng in faraway places. Head 11) Hut. alas' his Kingdom la one of darkness. Sin reigns. And death, the tho following: penalty of sin. has brought to mankind ilrs. R, L, Graves, 8haw Iload, lllo pain and sorrow, mental and physical, with moral depravity Today Batan'a em- man, Ky., eaya: "1 had an attack of (W) (TO I pire of 1.C00 a wretched one, k dncy trouble which caused my back whose only hope U, In God and the Dito bocomo very laxno and weak. vine provision that In due time the as tho world's Messiah, shall take the Scepter of earth and bind Satan for a Headaches were common, 1 folt llred and found it difficult somo days to thousand years, release mankind from th bnndago of sin and death, and give to finish my housework. Learning about Adam and all his race a full opportunity Doan'a Kidney Pills, I went to Helm for return to Divine favor, as at first and of knowledge, both of good and & Ellison's Drug Storo and procured evil, of which mother Eve too precipia box. They rid me of tho lameness tately partook. U Pastor Never Come KUfjrsp 9j) RUE W.TH0UT r C flre-atok-er Cetfiltll A Bank Account i !, CZ.MHk So. M ANY people see the things they desire in their imagination, but few attain them, because they do not set about accomplishing their desires in an intelligent manner. Few ambitions today are accomplished without a BANK ACCOUNT If you do not possets one, why delay any longer in taking the first step toward success ? Tf !. The Peoples Bank Solicits Your Patronage. C B. TRAVIS, Cashier. Tho Unltwl flutr. Including X4s0.il vi llond Is a grout country. 30,000 men, women and ehlMrn. n workers at l.awruncc. Mans . rr- - . of work IxTnimo of a strtk t, vent a cut In their fC, 17 and l .. eek ace, Mrs. Krelyn Walsh m mother or the baby that 1100.000,000, gavo a IH.000 an.,, to SO guots at Washington. tt linn's oapltol. i i. e bar-bore- d. The Republican Htnto Cvntml Corn, mlttco In Kentucky has issud n cnll for a state convention in I.oulvlllo April 10 to srii-c- t delcKnti-- from Kentucky to tho National Republican which mcutH In Chicago Juno IS to nominate a candidate for President a Con-ontfo- e, Thorn could nut havo been a clear- er dcmonntrntlon of the me nt of Kentucky than tho paaaaRo of a mandatory primary bill, applica ble to tho Presidential and Congressional elections this year us well as applicable to Atate and local election hrrcaftor Paducah Convocation of the pr- - -- tant Kplscopal church noxt church decided nKn as yet. aoinl-annua- will hold l meet In St. I' Tltno and program n HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS IMA KHTAHMHIIKO TOM DILLON, Sr.t Prop. 'Hucrfssor to II. fl, IUtnma,iitasd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky d, HICKMAN Funeral Phone or night. Hickman, Ky. WOOOLAWN DAIRY Tho speaker quoted Jesus, the great made it posslblo for me to do my Teacher, as saying that "Satan was a housowork without any Inconvcnlanco murderer from the beginning, and abode can truthfully any thoy benefited comblnaUon drag-harroguiding the not In the Truth" (John vill, 4t) This, six abreast with ordinary checks' as he said corroborated the many othsr Wr inoro than anything else I ever statmnta rf Scripture respecting tha used." shown In Fig. 8. Untruthful and a Murdsrvr in my back, restored my strength and Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY milKOTOIUi It. M. IHI.KIl J.J.O.I10NDURANT H. T. IIAVIH OKO. ll.THKKI.KK.I.n Dr. J. M. HUIIIIAUI) T.A.I.KDrOIUl HKNHY HANOKH A. H. Lest, Proprietor. The only dairy la Fulton County. te W. F. MONTGOMERY Undertaker . Hearse and driven furnished on short notice. Rough Lumber For Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. Mill located on Dresden Road miles east of Hickman.' If you are in need of anything in this line, see Dr. J. M. HUBBARD 2-1-- Caution on Pasturing Alfalfa. Alfalfa should be sastured with very great caution, in fact, the farmer who holds this matchless crop in proper regard will pasture something else and Just use the alfalfa for writes Mrs. L R. Barker, hay. But If the alfalfa is to bo pastured about half enough stock of Bud, Ky., "and can do should be kept on It to keep the all my housework. For growth down. By this mothod two or years 1 suffered with such three cuttings of hay Vill be obtained in addition to the pasturage. i pains, I could scarcely Another caution to throw out!athat stand on my feet After it should be allowed to make a good three different doctors had start In the spring before the stock are turned on, and should bo allowed failed to help me, I gave to go in the winter with a good cover. Cardui a trial. Now, I feel Under no condlUons should It be like a new woman." pastured In cold woather. IE 58 Buying Supplementary Feeds. The farmer who has an abundance, of corn and no other grain will And Take It greaUy to his profit If he will sell a part of his corn and buy other feeds to furnish a variety of rations for the I an,mala a" their systems thus would do supplied witn all the essentials A woman's health denecessary to proper growth and depends so much upon her velopment, and yet not require bo rnuen feed. delicate organs, that ihe "I Am Well" For sale by all dealers. Prico CO Foetcr-Mllbur- n ccnta. Co., Buffalo, New York, solo asenta for the United States. Remember the name Doan'a and take no othor. AROUSED HER INTERPST Pic- Woman Didn't Want Books or tures, but Wrinkle Was Different. with sound banking. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS I J. J. O. HONDUItANT, Wc combine absolute safety with satisfactoryjservicc, and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent "Madame," said the gentlemanly agent. "I am selling a collection of the greatest poems ever written. The book is finely bound, containing C97 pages, I President H. O IIAMAOK, Asst Cashier j. A. THOMPSON. Ciubl Th Woman's Tonic least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. Our big mill heavy cold In the lungs that was expected to cure itself has been the darting point In many cases of disease that ended fatally. The sensible course la to take frequently doses f BALLARD'S n HOREHOUND SY RUP. It checks the progress of the aUeorder and assists nature to restore swrmal conditions. Prices 25c, 60c HM. Sold by Hickman Drug Co A-- la making 30,000 shin- gles a day. We have a million extra fine ones on hand. You will not bo disappointed when you come to our mill for shingles. We havo plenty of all grades. C. M. Yates Shingle Co. 4il Cowrler asd $LM. A scald, burn, or severo cut heals slowly if neglected. The family that keeps a bottlo of BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT on hand la always preparaccidents. Prices 20c, CO ed Coauateretal' andfor suchper bottle. Sold by Hick- J1.00 iasaa Drug Co. don't care for poetry. You will havo to excuso me." "In that case, ma'am perhaps you would like to see a Bible that I am selling. It contains a handy Index which will enable you to find any namo or quotation without " "No, we havo all tho Bibles wo want Really, I am very busy." "If you are Interested In art I can furnish you with replicas of all the old masters, so cleverly done that no once would be able "We have all tho art we want I must ask you to step outside at once." "Won't you let me show you a collection of tho world's prose masterpieces? It Is the most handsome vol, ume " "No, I don't caro to bo bothered any further. Good day." "I am handling a lotion that Is guaranteed to remove wrinkles in one night It Is recommended by " "Just step In and be seated, won't you, please! Do you carry a supply With you for immediate delivery and" "I "WE USE" Csal DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE .At Cs v3-- W And don't have to great to" but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. Sco of a Bowing Singer. You my offlco at Cumb. phone h. A. Brock if you aro In noad inachino. Ho sella tho can leave your order' at E. C. ltlco'a Shoo Storo. 128. I FRESH MEATS Tar""TT o. xr. Phooa Picture "irl Try Oiir r SOHMUJT the TAILOR. If you want hotter shingles, try our California Redwood. Iteymold, Moaa Lumber Co. Moving Saturday night. -- V ,.v v