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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir- - - art--- :.' -- - -- -,. fl' E ' ' M I SI In per Year Advance So eJ'tPt100 " wrrK i Twe IT i JPjrrf ,0 iurelr It OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY amount for a ..- IU" , the .MM' county a'"1 tti irr Ui PHr Local "Ji paper coit omanij topend u',, THE HieKMAiN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, News 1012 Number 35 out. we don't believe In forcing a paper on anyone. If you do not want to mln a copy, keep the lubsorlp-tlo- n paid np. A notice of expiration It siren here IS dan abead with This Paper Always Stops when roar time 1 mi JaV A Blue Mark r-iM- W "MM"IMMMM FTr- -1 lir--i "- The Girl of My Dreams trtrhtbjtv NnMi rii W I A -- .K NeTtllMlloo of the Mirb)" r I) NMI end Otto lUutrbaeb. r WILBUR D. NESBIT ...' - zn; -- L ., , n ' . , & . ,- -. , ' dnt tithat hart occurred bu - everythinglater. Mr Med mntt confidence In llarrv Count . r' eplnatlon. .The pebbles , Mm Itlaiea ur throwing" - Medders and Harry mX Mr ini rouowins oinner ..1ntlM thel In Ian a vn. klm plain anv unable to rh im 5 rr , ,. t , , t , , , v, i ' , ' - ,i 1 from tha sjarden to help . t,rm indw hrtalkingcf from .. Ae ther ar 0n porch - t V k rrr a ' 1 i Marry come out on the ererat eiplatns that he wee re- - rn aa hU conscience, troubled i war he had acted toward' lo Harry that he had - aaTli ft'rtallon wllh Daphne and e fttrrheara their conversation y take a stroll In the I inelaia on having an eiplana and says he will tell ref He aeV her to be Ms wife etear aim refuMt until be Lucy turned and looked at hlra with a pathetlo ceiiouineia In her eyei. "Until this moralnit. Harry," iho "Id. "I wanted to be a city girl. I thought the little town where I hate lived waa a pitiful place." ut It had you In It," Harry reminded her, gently. "I am beginning to understand," Lucy said, "that here appearances aro oyerj thing but there Isn't any crerything in the country, thoro Is everything and that takea the deceit from the appearances." "Why you're a genuine little philosopher." Harry said. 'We bavo tho blue sky In the day time back Ihure," Lucy continued, "and here thee have clouds and smoke. There wo bate the stars at night, here thee hate electric signs. There wo get up at sunrise and the little birds sing us a welcome from Uio trees, but here" litre the folks stay up until sun-rtaand eat the llltlo birds before that," Harry finished for her "You don't want a city home, then. Lucy?" "I ant a home ahere the heart does not bate to be hidden," she told e T. O. SQ'TJBBS oter Brnard's Store torted. 5 of other girls!" you "Oh, well, tnere are pieuu i la lltdt Building, J Phone No. SI see Harry through his racket, you know" evidently continuing a conversation which hnd lapsed some moments beforo "but nfter that " He loohcd down Into Carolyn's eye. "After that" she asked, softly. For Carol wi had all a woman's Intuition, In spite of her young years, and she diagnosed tho symptoms of an apShe did not Inproaching propositi tend to accept him, hut no woman will allow a proposal to get away from her. Proposals to a woman are as the scalps the Indian brave ties to hla war belt him. "And so do I. " with the U-s-t want a real home, little girl In the world I "After that." said Pigeon, beginning to sit down. "I can look after my own affairs. And An ominous, ripping aound came. Mrs. Wazs was beginning to make her rope, but the young couple, or course, kaew nothing of that Pigeon I" CHAPTER XII. saying: "Isn't It a lovely evenlngr Mrs. Blazes opened her window al- n I noy Won't TOU taks Then she began to sink gracefully rlontly, and lowered to the ground a when an even more upon the seat, CHAPTER XI. mmtwtmvmmammmmmmmmmmmmmitnmmmm waa beard. rope that was fearfully and wonderominous ripping sound everything made. II Flftnen mlnutee later Count von Fit Carolyn abandoned her project wlU fullyanything, She had used slips to tho from pillow and cautiously crept beneath the window due and proper suddenness, while cords of the portieres. She had and wblsUed. Mrs. Illazes did not an- - Pigeon mopped his brow, and said, In enough rope to let her out of a flustered tones that he tried to make wer He wlstled louder Still no anbuilding, Instead of from a winsound swer dow a scant twelve feet from tho "I thought earlier today that we, ground. Tbo sd of the rope she tied "If you are gone, I'm glad." he said. might havo some rain." "Choer me by not replying" to a table w r the window. Then Hut no such cheer was In store for He lifted bis foot to rest tt carelessshe looked down anxiously. ly upon the bench, not caring to try him. Mrs lllaxes noiselessly opened "It Is dangerous," she sighed. to ett down any more, but with tho the window and whispered: The Count wandered Into view. Ha came a terrlflo rip as though He careful I Did you get my movement Bh' was growing weary of waiting for loose forever. something bad torn hat" the bat At sight of tho rope he brightHe dropped bis foot and tried to "Not yet." the Count told her. "Dcy ened up. bad to make blm. I vouldn't trust whistle a popular air "Jump oud,"he suggested. Carolyn looked the other way and voman. I vent to anudder dot Paffle "Silly I" she said; "I'vo got to climb Is Terse." became nervous. hat place. Der name down. Steady the rope." "Hut they won't know the model," "I can't do a thing with my hair toend and He took night," he observed, lifting her arms straightenedhold of the lower Mrs. Wares feared. tho rope against tho "I eggsplaln blm perfectly. I tell to pat It Into shapo, building. her a ahape Uke a smab4 balloon, "But how In the world am I to climb 'We Luc Asked, -- What Can The a garden of yellow on der ouUtde mil Her arm dropped to her sides, down?" she demanded. red puppies." "Led yoursellut oud slow, und dea "Itcd popples, you silly maal" "I think," Pigeon said, desperately, bt word that everything la all right, popples dey look chust "that the evening Is the most pleasant slide for life," he told her. "Puppies or o ar aa t am concerned?" Their argument grew more Intense. Ume of the day." r1iht take tar word. bH thee as --bad to me from now on." He sat down, In spite of the ripping She waa afraid to trust herself to the You'd best go rlgnt back and stay eiplaln to easily to Cousin frail means of reaching the earth, and Lhn still sounded. there until R la finished," Mrs. Waxes nor lo father." "Won't you be seated T" be asked he was insistent that she should coma vn Socrates hu been In the suggested. down at once. In the midst of their "No. I told dem to sent it hero, so politely. r)'lng sonneta about you all talk tho front door opened. Mrs. I make sure I get It." ttc i and I have talked with your Carolyn slowly, carefully allowed Blazes heard the sound and darted good." she said, with a tone 'a That's t eat hla good old heart I He herself to elt beside him, and to her back from the window, taking tho te eve la tne. and ho t wllllsr. to of relief. so swiftly that she tr-"Now you como right oud und ren evident relief there was no further ropo In with her me. it loft the Count standing with his bands der hat comes '. girl It to you. und sound of ripping do I bellero In tboo, Harr bo but "Isn't It funny." Pigeon said, "how in the air. t annot know bow aorrr I m that aray you go." Amos Medders came slowly down ,v she asked sarcasUcal-ly- . lonesome a fellow geta at this time of "Come outr ha bappeaod I regrt K" tbe evening. If bo la all alone?" the steps, looking IntenUy at tho W "Am I an aeroplane?" h an eameat effort to tura her get senUmentaU" Caro- Count, whom be could not recognize "Now, "Llsson. Mska a rope yet, und I lyn said,don't t.d 'o a lighter vlow of thlnn, liar-t- f pull you oud." tapping htm playfully on In the dark. The Count had not heard liked him coming and could not understand the shoulder de"So you rsret Itr "An Idea!" she exclaimed with Simultaneously with her movement why Mrs. Blazes had pulled tho ropo and light. "I'll tear up the sheets 1 rery rauoh." there was a sudden, short rip. She In so suddenly. Than. If you reitrot It Ytrr, Ttry things In here, tie them together In drew back in confusion. Count von Fltz waa dumbfounded ueh I'll forglre you till rope, and let myself down." Umo,M ho a "Is It wrong to get sentimental?" when be was seized In a grip of Iron I go und ratch for der "Splendid' luit.d, laaUnc blraaaK and Uklnjf Pigeon asked, carelessly dropping his and the cold tones of Medders came: scr hard. inecsencher mlt der bat" arm along the back of the seat and "What aro thee doing, scoundrel t took her band away qulokly and The Count strolled away, while she behind her, and at the same Ume General Bbues came up the walk at Jumped to .U...I h. window foot la ladlgaaUon. hearing another vicious rip. He pulled that Instant He had bis hat In bis walking slow"How can thM Jeat at tuck a A young couple came as though hla band had hand and was still laboring under exwaa bis arm back b cried ly through the flower garden. It citement When ho saw Medders strugencountered a pin. ' Ha roea jjd followed her. Tho twilight Pigeon and Carolyn. "It's silly to be scnUmentnl," Caro- gling with the Count he leaped Into h.,4 wen cast unon them. Arm lyn declared, without a motion of any the fray and separated them. ihouldn't bare jeaud,' he aald, humbly "Lucy, you aro not a city In arm. silently they strolled unUl "What's happening?" he aaked. K'M Md I'm clad of it but you aro they neared the bench. "Well, I am surprised," Medders Pt o J'idce tblnci too much on Suddenly Pigeon said: said. "I thought this foolish HtUe man hero waa a burglar." "Let's sit down here, rve got to "What foolish HtUo man?" Blazes aaked. "This one they call a Count tils tutor. I thought he was trying break Into the house." "Wouldn't be surprised If he was," Blazes asserted, vehemently. "Isn't your daughter In there? Isn't Harry's sister In there? These Counts will do anything to capturo a girl with money." "It las not sol" Count von Fltz sputtered, rubbing his neck. "Verily, thee has a suspicious look," Medders said to him. "It's a gam dood thing I happened along." Blazes observed. "A what, friend T" Medders Inquired curiously. "A gam dood thing doesn't count, I you know when you cuss backwards." "Isn't It a Lovely Evening?" "Verify," Medders said, "there bo " sort. By this time she waa afraid Umes when a man could cuss even to turn her eyes toward hlra. "Well," Blazes said, turning again "I'm silly, am I?" Pigeon asked, to Count von Fltz. "It's a lucky thing sulkily. for you there was 'nothing In the re"I didn't say that," ahe answered. port that you wero with my wlfo to"You did!" day. I'm a Jealous man. I'm desper"I didn't!" ate when I'm roused." "You did, and 1 can prove it!" List It with "Don't rouse!" the Count begged. "I didn't, and I can prove It!" "Once," the General said, "I caught Pigeon attempted to arise haugbUly, and ho sat down a man flirting with her. What did 1 but do?" again. ' "Vat did you dor tho Count aakod, "I suppose," he said to her, pettishweakly. ly, "you tbtak I can't do anything?" They burled, his hat," tho General "Yeu cant!" she rpll4. pouUng, was angry because of the rip- said. "Just his hat! Just his hall" for As "Chust his hat I" tho Count echoed. ping, and naturally wanted to vnt her wrath on the nearest object, which In Mentally he wondered If It had been this laatance happened to be the poor a yellow hat with red popples. Thou art a man of wrath.,Qeneral." youth. "Ton can't Doing nothing la tho best Uln you do." (Cos, oa last p tola Motion) cbxwl.Tritr'jK'SSL !2H 'r laughed nervously, and minute, then said: "When tbee have explained, Harry." aa my wife." There waa no mistaking his meaning. Lucy looked at him. for half a Ho did not know to look unconscious. what had given away. Carolyn tried to smooth over his embarrassment by rtralghtened up with a Jerk and tried "And don't forget, Mister Williams," she snapped, with a heavy accent on the "Mister," "that there aro plenty of other men!" She brought out tho word "men" with all the emphasis and meaning necessary to convey to him the Idea that she regarded blm as a boy. Then she aroeo, utterly Ignoring a terrlflo ripping noise, and strode Into the house with the cold, heartless tread of a princess. But aa she went up the steps, Pigeon, had he been watching, would have seen her clutching nervously at her skirt, while the ripping went merrily on. Pigeon got up with an air of gloom, and grasped his belt In a tight clutch and marched off, his steps being Umed by staccato rips, which be did not locate aa coming from the room wherein waa Mrs. Blazes. And In that room Mrs. Blazes waa feverishly tearing and tying strips of sheets, and towels, and table covers, together, all unconscious that In her strenuous efforts to effect her escape she waa creating the first bump upon the pathway of a young love but then love, as Mr. Shakespeare observed long long ago, never did run smooth. i POSITOR KELT ON FRIENDS, FAMILY OR PROMlSti irilEN TOWRE A DEHERE. A LIBERAL POLICY COUNT! J 1VUR BANK ACTOU DON'T IN LOAN MAKING. THE CONSEQUENT VANKINO IMPROyEMENT OP CUSTOMERS BUSINESSES -- TllE BEST APPROVE-OUR SYSTEM -Y O L"R ALL AT fi 1 S P O HICKMAN SA L , ill I BANK AND TRUST CO cvvra5o.qoo2a5y 3Z5ooeg six-sto- -- 7ft matter-of-cours- 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 i MRS. LAWSON 1 GERANIUM t CARNATION FLOWERING BEGONIA 1 BOSTON FERN " 1 ot Soc-a's- By special arrangement with, the Farmer and Stockman we can offer the Hickman Courier one year ; the Farrherarid Stockman one year, both for ra .1 i" !r 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 ao-y- ery, 81-- br mo-aen- tr 1 ..n 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 The papers cost $1.00 each and the plants are easily worth $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $1.30. Address all orders to THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky.' - 2$$ r The Light Question n If you want to sell your Land or i side-wise.- House and Lot M. B. Shaw, can be beautifully settled by using the electric. You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, 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. J ,JWf Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. "Icir1'"ir L JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. a - 1 - --J -'- . o amxmLxs On Account of Bad Weather NAIFEH BROS. BIG SALE Will Continue Until Further Notice Big Bargains MEMPHIS MUST HUSTLE To Head Off Hickman In the Mattter of a New Bridge. Tho editor of tho Memphis Commercial Appeal In on editorial relating to the necessity of prompt action In regard to tho talked of new bridge at Memphis, had to come out with the clean thing and gio his reu sons. lie aumitted frankly that Hickman Has In line for a bridge, and that four or fUe years delay at Memphis would sure mean a bridge across the Mississippi at lllckniau. And he Is on the inside, from a railroad point of view, and knows of he speaks. Logically, Hickman U. the place for the new bridge; from St. Louis to Memphis is a long Jump. Tho railroad companies know it would mean the saving of thousands ani thousauds of dollars to cross here, and are not unmindful of the fact. While they ore at it, it would be Just as cheap to build a new bridge at Hickman as at Memphis. Sure, we are in line for the now bridge let 'er come. FREE IF IT FAILS. Your Money Back if You Are Not Satisfied With the Medicine We Recommend. We are so positive that our remedy p. FARM SCHOOL SYSTEM Not Keeping Ill pcrmimently relieve constipation, Pace With Other cial Institutions. So- For hoarseness. Inflamed lungs o Irritating coughs. BALLAKD'S HOHE- HOUND SYKUP is a healing balm.. It does its work quickly and thoroughly. Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. C. S. Shelby is preparing to plant C acres of his farm, on Troy road, in truck, and will try the truck business this year. We'll wager he makes on the six acres more than he ever made on twenty acres before. W. H. BalUer is In St. Louis this week skimming off the cream of the season's offerings in the way of new spring goods. Watch for Baltzer & Dodds Dry Goods Companya announcement. Miss Nina Galbralth, one of Mississippi County's popular young lady teachers, was married Feb. 28th at Wolf Island to R. M. Hardy a young farmer of Dorcna. pros-pero- S. M. Koifeh left for St. Louis Monday night to purchase goods for his store. From there he will go to the Chicago markets before returning. xikmw rh'iuM It fall to produce satis, Strong Factor In Cauilng Young Pc-fnrl' rj riuH. ple tOrOltllka Rural Life and Re- It wore than useless to attempt eponelble for Slow Progress to cure constipation with cathartic of Farm Communities. Inijs. Lantlvp or cathartics do much a reaction, irritate, Ttiov cause (By JEANNETTE PIEItSO.V.) ml weaken the bowels and tend to Country schools in America are not jmkp vonstlp-itiomore chronic. their ue itecoiues n habit that Is riling to the great opportunities which confront them. They are not keeping latiffpfniH t'onstlpntlon Is mused by a weakness pace with other social Institutions. f the tirrvfs and muscles of the large Some of them occupy an exceedingly n'Mitp nr t!4 ending colon. To ex-c- low plane, with faults as flagrant as permnuunt relief you must thero-- ' could have been pointed out twenty or thirty years ago. rp tone ii end strengthen these The faults of the country school to healthier sound restore tbi-system are a strong factor In causing lvit r We want you to try Ilexnll Orderlies young people to dlllike rural life. then, they are reiponslblo In a m our rev nnioinlntlon. They are j'litiMnt to take, being eat- great degree for the slow progress of , our farming communities. en like candy-- und are Ideal for ChiAn experience or 12 years at a lian, delicate persons, and old folks, They net teacher of rural schools has left a n well as for the robust. llrertly on the nerves and muscles of clear Impression on my mind of deThey apparently have fects and of possible remedies in eduln bor-et neutral action on other associate or cational methods and conditions. If the more promising boya and gins or plant's They do not puree ntie ecess'vo looseness, nor create In every neighborhood, or a large proinv In 'onrenlenco wlmterer. They may portion of them, grow up dissatisfied with their environment and leave for n any time, day or nlgbt be Thev will posit 'vely relieve chronic or the cities as soon as possible, an In "uibltual cotstlpatlon. If not of surgical calculable Injury has been wrought. iirle'."- - rnl the myriads of associate It Is a damage to the agricultural or lnind"r.t r'ironle ailments. If taken regions and in many cases, to the with resulnr'trjor n reasonable length young people concerned. The schools and the system which of time. 12 tablets, 10 cents; oOtab'cts, cents. Sold governs a 60 tablets. mutt il cents;o'ip arorA The50 Itfixall Rtorn share of them,blame Inaccept matter.large f the onl It this rhe Hickman Drug Co. is a painful truth, but they cannot hide nor minimize It In fact, they have too long tried to evade their reBuckingham left at this office sponsibilities and secrete tholr faults. J. L. the foot of a monster owl which he One of tho striking defects of our killed last week. The owl was making rural schools Is the youthfulnets of a noctunal visit to his chicken roost when a frantic old hen gave alarm. He raised the window and shot tho critter, which measured 4'4 feet from tip to Up. Wo still have tho foot and if it possesses any of tho merit d rabbit's foot, wo of tho will try It on some of our buslnoas men who send away from home for printing. 1 hi-rBe-!d- e. or--rLog-irall- ao mnttor how chronic It may be, that re offer t furnish tho medicine at our r people of the rural dlttrlctt Into a happier and more prosperous state. It Is In our rural schools thatjchlldren mutt be taught to love nature, to In progressive agriculture, to dig nlfy labor, to devo'op the home-makiinstinct, and to set out with high Ideal for a career of honor and usefulness In the country How can we expect the ten thousand young teachers to gratp and comprehend these vital essentials, and then to show the boys and girls In their schools bow they can be the most raanlx of men and most womanly of women, without leaving tbelr country homes? Country schools, as a rule, pay too small salaries to tecure broadly cultured and capable teachers. As a gen. eral thing, also, they are cursed, or at least hampered, by a ayttem of petty politics, which not only enters Into the hiring of teachers, but Is felt In all matters of management and discipline. Society in the country fallt to receive from ltt schools the reiultt which It need's, This deficiency It recognized by all of the larger school i and the farmers' institutes, which today are giving a great deal of attention to the social life of our agricultural com muni tier In tact, the Itself has tv ognlzed the menace fto the nation In the conditions bore outlined and Is Inquiring for a remedy One suggestion that I can make with confidence, is that for each distinctly rural school, the teacher be recommended by the head of a state agricultural college, the qualifications to be a large knowledge of human nature as wall as an Intimate acquaintanceagricultural conditions, ship with from the worst to the best. I put above the role of these essential three. Otve a community seen a teacher as that, and I venture to say the mere will be taken ear of. Teachers of this class are available, if the district will pay the price. A little concentrated effort on the part of the proU BOtt concerned be-llc- ie gov-mebook-learnin- g Both Stores Ruph iiu pe BV BBS sW H . m. W SBT fl 'rrf T8" J IB Hi JJaV-- SfV am M. m gARGAlNS that are bargains not old stock with new price tickets on. Every article in the store is marked down to cost or near coil. This great annual sale helps us to clear the goods which we have overstocked, and brings down stock to the right proportions. Many of the goods have just come in and all are the latest style and best make. The only way to convince yourself of the value of these great bargains in to come into this store today and inspect themfor yourself. You need not buy unless you want to. Get here early have first choice. Some Special Bargains $25.00 Davenport 15.00 Beds 15.00 Wardrobes : $18.00 10.00 12.00 over-worke- Oak Beds DiningChairs Buffets $ 2.75 1.00 16.00 Misses Mary Hardy and Annie Cnrr Ligon have returned to Union City D. B. Leibovltz left Monday night after visiting their grandfather, J. J. for St. Louis markets to purchase C. Bondurant. spring goods for his gents furnishing If it Is cleaning and pressing you store. want the Tailor is the man you are SCHMIDT the TAILOR. looking for. Call 138 SCHMIDT. Hickman Furniture E. E. REEVES, Mgr. Miss Homer Green Is authorized to ncoopt and receipt for subscriptions to tho Hickman Courier, together with our regular clubbing offors. If you aro not taking this paper or If your time is about out, hand her a dollar. Any fat or shown hor In tho mutter of subscriptions will be apand preciated by tho Courier editors. Moving Co. r Next Door to P. 0 Last wcek'a Unton City Cou.m-clal reported that a lr. Naif, ii "' Hickman, would open a now tt Union City. This report wn " nous. A Syrian firm Uedlun ' of Jackson, Miss., will occu building supposed to havo been r t cd by Mr. Xalfoh. 1 : a Are You woman 0 Chance Wanted art Good School. Cardui i The Woman's Tonic? EL 1 between sixteen and twenty years of age. Thousands are teaching all over the west and middle west who are still in their teens, and who have no broader views of life than they imbibed white hurrying through a high school or academy course. In the nature of things, such teachers cannot impart respect and love for agriculture, a lofty public spirit, a taste for or a skill which will enable the young people of the farms to lift themsolves out of the rut in which their fathers and grandfathers have plodded year after year. What can these young teachers, boys and girls Just out of school, know about one of the greatest problems confronting American society today? This problem is, as suggested by former President Roosevelt, to bring the home-snaking, the teachers. Coupled with in experience in many cases, there is a lack of interest. Assuming, however, that every teacher has a proper amount of Interest in her school, and a devotion to the cause of education, it Is rank folly to look for practical results on an extensive scale, from an Instructor would enable directors to hire maintain men and women teachers who could and would grapplo Intelligently and effectively with the problems confronting them Where districts are not large enough hlghor-prlceto support teachers without unduly burdening the tax payers, consolidation Is the solution of the problem. It Is only In a comparatively few cases that this would be necessary, and when the consolidation of districts Involves too much travel for pupils, a public conveyance should be provided by the offlclalH It Is one of the bad aspects In every farming district that there are many people who are Indifferent about having their children attend school rcgjularly If there is any little duty about the farm where the boys and girls can be worked to advantage, the parents do not hesitate to keep them from their school work, for as long a period as they can be profitably used. This is one 'of the most Important reforms needed in tho country school system of America. - Pictures Saturday night. O. It. Wright, epent Sunday at tin tho guest of Ms mother. Mar GROCERIES and fRESn MEATS We don't carry everything under the sun, but we do handle the best of everything to eat including of course, our famous Snowflake Flour Every sack guaranteed. A share'of your businesssolicited. Phone No. 74: Oh, Theodoro, Where aro wo at? They say that you'ro A Democrat. And this Is from Marso Henri's pen: Wood Wilson's a Bill Taft's afraid To uso his throat, And Harmon, ho Has lost his goat. Champ Clark's noun' pup Discord creates. They gotta quit kickln' Our candidates. Linotype cussword. Ask about our coupon system if you want to save money. Matheny & Plant ' ETaol. T" " Cantrlll Scores Victory. Senator Campbell Cantrlll scored a doclslvo victory over the oppo-aen- t, Representative Harry Schobcrth 3f Woodford county when the senate adopted an amendment to the compulsory primary bill so m to provide that the measure shall not apply to any primary in 1912 callREP. KNIOHT WOULD HAVE ALL ed before the proposed law becomes AQED PEDAOOOUES MAIN effective. TAIN ED BY STATE. The amendment was offered by Senator E. E. llOKK of Owalev eountv. nnri carried by the vote of 31 to 12. Thoso PROVIDE FOR FORESTRY BOARD wno voted against it were Senators uertram, Durham, Eaton, Frost, Gra-haHubblo, Marshall, Moody, House Passes Bill of Senator Qlenn 8cott, Thomas and Tunis. The to Petition Confederate Veterans bill, as amended, thon passed the sen-at- o Law Reforms Dlscuised. by the vote of 32 to 0. Against Substitute. Frankfort By the tote of C8 to 3, Elwood Hamilton spoke against the Die bill of Charles Knight of Louis Polln substitute, a pension fund for houso to vote for calling upon the vllle, creating tho measure Introgod, Infirm, disabled, diseased or re- duced by himself. toachors of Louisville, passed tired Representative nlil Pnlmor tho the house. Under Its prorlslons, the time was ripe for tho pnssaeo of a maximum amount that may be paid corrupt practice act, and that he aa a pension to any ono person annu- would Im) ashamed to go back to ally Is 400, based upon a svrvlco of Warren county and years as teacher In Louisville, and were he to refuse to ask for anything 40 vote for such a every beneficiary of tho pension fund mensuro hall be entitled to such percentage Tho Polln substitute was vntr-r- l of 1400 as the number of year he or down, and various nmni!mmit In taught shall be of tho term of the Hamilton bill were then taken up. the has 40 years. Representative 8cott of McCrackon The measure provides that every county offered that providing that perron who has taught school less campaign contributions bo published IS years shall be assessed C per live days before election, than as well as cant of the amount received by him 20 days after. or her annually aa salary, not to Karl C Huntsman. Republican, nf flO, and that persons who have Allen county, moved thnl ho taught school for more than IS years recommitted. The motion wasbill bo pay Into the pension fund 2 per down, 65 to 18 Those who voted shall voted cent of his or her annual salary, not for It were: Itrnronrntntlvp. rinkor. 10 siccoa fiu. nurton. Cole. Crnlg, Fryer. Howell, Huntsman, King, Kuli, James, Albert, Board of Forestry. Leach, Ohio county; l,ochry, MatAnother measure of Importance thews, Meyer, Polln, Shawler, paited by the heuse, by the vote of Stall, K. Ii, ThompBon. 63 to 27, was that of W. IL Prlco of A telegram was received by Covington, creating a stato board of Terrell from ReDrenentiitlvn n PL forestry to consist of tho governor, Carroll of Boone county, announcing director of the expernment station nt that ho had Just burled his little Islington, four persons to bo ap- daughter and would try to be In atpointed by the governor and the com- tendance at the session of the legismissioner of agriculture as lature Monday. merbers. This board shall have tho sppolntment of a state forester, who Banking Bill. By n vote of 25 to 4, the senate cob- shall bo a graduate of a school of and whose salary shall not ex- currcd In tho house amendment to the ceed 12,500 a year. Members of tho bill creating a state department tf board are to serve without compen- banking, eliminating the bipartisan sation, but. traveling expenses Inci feature of the measure. As passed by s the senate the bill provided that the dent to the performance of their bank commissioner should bo of one are to be paid by the state, political faith and that his chief deputy should bo of another. Ottnn Pension Bill. Senator II. M. Brock. Republican, With an amendment eliminating tho clauso which sets forth that all of Harlan county said the senate Confederate soldiers 66 years old not knucklo to tho house, asserting hall be considered disabled, the bill that it would be undignified. of Senator Scldon It. Glenn of Lyon Senator Thomas said ho was warmly county, providing pensions of $10 a In favor of concurring In the house month for disabled and Indigent Con- amendment, asserting that it would be federate veterans, passed tho houso ridiculous for the bank commissioner by the vote of C9 to 13. Those who to be compelled to name a chief deputy of a political faith opposite to his voted against It woro Itcpresentatlves GET BUSY, BOYS. Aiher, A. V. Ilertrnm, Ilrewer, Brown, own. Those who voted Against tho amendHowling. Collins, Farmer, Kirk. J. A. Join the Fulton County I ch. Ohio county; McClure, Parker, ment wore Senators Brock, Chlpman, Corn Club Good Prlzee. r 8n-lalHolman nnd Tunis. and Watklna. Tho bill, as amended, then passed tho senate by a voto of 30 to 0, and Is To Amend Railroad Constitution. Our Donular county School Sunor- The tblll or S. O, Clay of Dourbon now ready for the governor's signa- liuendent. Miss Virginia Luten, is county, looking to an amendment to ture. vorkinc bard to organize a corn- the constitution so the Louisville & Public Utilities. growing club among tho boys, which Ftallroad company may acNsthvllle Francis Douglas' bill giving to the quire the property of the Frankfort ft council In cities of tho fourth class is under the auspices of tho Stato Up to Cincinnati Railroad company, & com- tho right to say In what manner and Department of Agriculture. peting parallel lino, was called from for what purpose profits from the wa- dat there have been one dozon entries the orders of the day in the bouse, terworks, lighting plants and other ns follows: but failed to pass because It did not public utilities ownod by such cities Baltzer Dodds, Hickman. receive the votes of three-fifth- s of the mny bo expended, panted the house Julian Gecns, Cayco. entire houee membership. Dut CO by the vote of 60 to 1. Hruco Forgey, Hickman. rotes were cast for the measure, and That of J. W. Williams of Greenup Carl Carver, Crutchfield. 13 votes were cast ngnlnst It county, changing tho time of holding Garland B. Buckingham, Hickman. courts In tho Twentieth Judicial disTsx Revision. .Arthur Btnford, Julian Bard, Roy passed the same body by tho trict With a view to reaching an agree- voto of 58 To 0. Saina Raymond BInford, Thomas S. ment on the bttl looking to a revision On motion of Charlton B. Thomp- Wndo, Sidney Carver, Fulton. of Kentuckn's tax system, a confer son of Covington tho bill of W. A. Tho Courier thinks this Is a very ence committee, composed of five Price of that city, creating boards of commendable undertaking; it will members of the bouse and flvo mem- education for cities of the second tho boys moro thnn any other bers of the senate, was named by class with a view to eliminating President McDensott, of the senate, schools from politics, It Is said, was ono thing, and should havo tho and Speaker Terrell, of the house. called from the orders of the day. It hearty encouragement of the boys' Thoso composing the commlttco are was about to bo placed on Its passage parents. Senators Moody, Newcomb, Frost, when the discovery that there was Resides tho regular prizes given Bertram and Beard and Representa- not a quorum pdrcsent was made, and by tho stntc, a nlco list of prizes will tives Hamilton, Owlngs, V. V. Perry, on motion the bill was recommitted. bo given by flrniB nnd individual n C B. Thompson and Wallace Brown. list of which will bo given In these The measure passed tho houso with Four Party Bills Past. measures, columns later. Another feature, too, administration an amendment providing that before Four any tax system that may bo agreed one providing for the extension not mentioned by tho stato is that upon by the general assemby shall be- - of tho county unit bill, another the boy making tho best avcrago corao effective it must first bo ratlflod creating a state department of bank-Inwith his ono ncro of corn In this discompu-sormy a maporlty of the "qualified" votthe third providing for primary elections, and tho fourth trict will Im given a free trip to ers of the state. The senate amend ed this amendment so as to read "a submitting to a voto of tho people Washington nnd will bo entertained majority of all persons voting" and whntiinr or not tho constitution shnll by tho President nt tho Whllo House. 'bon declined to pass the bill as bo so amended as to provide for a re- Boys, this is worth going after. vision of the tax laws of Kentucky, Pond in your name. amemnded. went over the plato In tho house. Hero are the prizes given by tho Pith Qame and Fame Commission. Tho county unit extension um mat The senate passed the bill of Sons-to- r passed the houso Is the one that was stntc: H. E. Hogg of Owsley county, cre- offorcd In tho sennto by J. C. Grahtm To ench boy growing sixty bushels ating a state fish and game commis- of Grayson county, and was passed by of corn or moro an appropriate dision of four members, to bo named by that body sorao tlmo ago. It Is now ploma will be given signed by tho the governor, the commission, In turn, ready for the signature of the goverCommisto appoint a state gamo warden, nor, and will become effective 90 days Governor of tho Stnte, tho Superinwhote salary ahall not exceed 32,500 after this session of the general as- sioner of Agriculture, tho tendent of Public Instruction and the annually. This money la to bo paid sembly has been adjourned. Superintendent of tho County. out of license fees, 31 to be charged each resident of the state for a ll- Capital Car Service. To the boy In each county ho censo to hunt and fish, and 315 to be Senator J. T. Tunis of Lexington of- grows tho greatest amount of corn charged each for a ll- fered a Joint resolution, which was upon one ncro, freo tuition and censo. Ten per cont of the money de- adopted by tho senate, looking to tho State University during rived from licenses, under tho provi- extension of tho street car line In board at Week" will bo given. sions of the bill, shall be used for the Frankfort to tho western entrance of Farmers' To tho boy growing tho greatest establishment of stato fish hatcheries. the cnpltol building. amount of corn upon ono aero in Law Reform Measures. Newcomb Auto Bill. ench of tho four soctlons Into which For the purpose of considering sevThe Nowcomb automobile bill has tho Stato hns been dlvidedi a four stago in tho eral law reform moasures advocated occupied the center of tho University by the State Bar association, tho sen- sonata. The consideration of the j ear scholarship in Stnte givate resolved itself into tho committee monsure, section by section, continued or Stnte Normal Schools will be 16 was reached. Senator en. of the whole, with Senator Huff-akuntil section of Louisville presiding. Presi- II. D. Newcomb, author of the bill, To tho boy growing tho greatest dent McDermott addressed the sena- charged that the Knight measure that of torn upon ono ncro In the tors in behalf of the measures, ex- passed the house was drawn by the a trophy valued at 3100 will bo plaining that a readjustment of the Louisville Automobllo cjub, and was State, codes regulating criminal and civil le- Introduced in tho general assembly awarded. Mr. gal procedure in Kentucky was abso- simply to "muddy tho water." To tho boy sending tho best ten lutely necessary. Consideration of the Newcomb plainly snld that his antago- ears of corn to Loxlngton to bo "law reform bills" was dropped and nism to tho bill was mainly Inspired Judged at tho State Corn Show hold resumed, but waa not concluded. by that fact. TO CREATE AGED TEACHER'S FUND Eaton-Thompso- n Change in Firm New-com- d Sin-:lal- r. for-entr- y take this means of notifying my friends, customers and the general public that I am now sole owner of the lumber business in Hickman, formerly conducted under the firm name of Reynolds-Mos- s Lumber Co., having purchased the entire stock owned by my associate, Mr. C. Moss, of Union City. The business will be confined at its present location and under the same management as heretofore. This change makes it necessary to collect, at once, all accounts due the old firm, and those indebted to it will confer a favor by making an immediate settlement. Remember that I will continue to carry everything in lumber and building material, and am in a position to make you low prices. See me before placing your order for anything in my line. I du-tio- R. Reynolds Hickman, Ky. o first week in January, 1913, a trophy valued at 3100 will bo awarded. To tho three boys who prove themselves the best Judges of corn during tho Farmers' Week at Lexington, or cups, valued at twenty-five- , ten and five dollars respectively will bo given. Hero aro rules to bo followed: Each contestant must have been as a pupil in a public school within tho year preceding the tlmo o his becoming a member of the Hoys' Corn Club in his county for Mrs. E. T. Lucas, of Memphis, camo Miss Mollle Bourne, of Union City, arrived here Monday morning from In Tuesday morning to visit her tho St, Louis markets to take charge parents, Val Carpenter and wife, for of the millinery department of Smith a few days. & Amberg's storo. Daughters of the Confederacy will Barred Plymouth meet with Mrs. H. F. Remley TuesFOR SALE: Rock eggs for setting. 19 for 31.00. day afternoon. Mrs. R. B. Scearce( Cayco, Ky. Tom Hubbard was hero a few days Subscribe fro the Courier. latter part of last week. (r the year 1912. g, y non-reside- er Each member of tho Boys' corn Club must bo between the ages of 10 and 18 years. Each member must grow ono aero of corn not a fraction of an acre. Seed corn will be furnished by tho Department of Agriculture through the County Supcrlncndent but any member may uso seed corn of his own selecttlon If he prefers to do so. No seed corn will be furnished after May 1, 1912. Entries must be made by tho 15th of April. Corn may bo plant-iat any tlmo previous to June 1st. All corn must bo whlto corn. Any member may break, fcrtllizo and cultivate as ho chooses; but all prize winners must furnish tho Department of Agriculture a written description of how tho corn was grown upon request, and must keep ticcount of the cost of production as In estimating nearly as possible. expenses charge labor of the boy at f cents per hour; seven and each team hitched to implement at twenty cents per hour; each single horse and Implement nt ton cents per hour, nnd rent nt 35.00 per acre. Land must be mensured and yiold certified to under oath beforo Notary Public or other person authorized to administer oaths in this stato by throo disinterested persons by tho school superintendent. Any representative of the Department of Agriculture must bo shown, upon request, tho aero of ground by any boy. A list of boys cntered( with their postofflce address, must bo furnished tho Department of Agriculturo by the County Superintendent on or bo-fSeptember 1, 1912. All work must bo dono by each boy In producing his aero of corn unless temporarily 'incapacitated by illness. All corn entered at the State Corn Show shall bocomo tho proporty of tho Department of Agriculturo. one-halon-tor- No. can be yours. A healthy home should always be a happy one. There is no need for anything but the best of health if you arc a" regular customer of this drug store. Everything here for the children that medical science has shown to be good. Madams's requirements specially catered to your personal ailments and necessities as carefully attended to as our own. This is no mere market for selling drugs and specialties we want you to feel that all members of your family have a confidential friend at this store. Come in and get acquainted. Do you need any of these ? CASTORIA WHOOPING CROUP COUGH REMEDY URPINE REMEDY Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. 10 Cumberland No. 4:5 l w i FEDERALS For Rent Nice residence on the hill, in good neighbor-- , hood. Four rooms and reception hall. Electric lights and water. If desired, will remodel and put in bath room and water closet. L. P. ELLISON L IIH TAKE CHIHUAHUA CITY FALLS TO VILLA AFTER BK- ING CAPTURED BY REBELS IN BATTLES SUNDAY. IN A siasaJi Moving GENERAL WAY! 7MMBMMMMBi , ir&E3S3g&a W T. Barton is on the sick list. Pictures Saturday night. Gone to Market will be in the eastern markets this week to buy the biggest and the best assorted line of goods that has ever been brought to this, house. I Qus McCnry is on the sick list oa the III S. T. Sears was In Fulton Friday. Miss Mary Tempa sick list. Burntt Is FEAR FELT FOR AMERICANS It. W. Wolslfer is reported malarial fever. wth FREMONT. Mrs. Bud Willlnias and Lydla Bell art- - oa tbo sick list. Insurgent!, Believing President Taft J. It. Newport has soua to Mangle-uoo- d on business. Means to Intervene, May Turn on Citizens of the United Hern Brown went to Nashville SunStates In Mexico. day for a few days. We are improving every line in our store with the best goodsthere Mrs. Murley lloper visited Mrs. J. El Poso, Tex.. Mar. 5. The city of It. Brown tho past week. Charlie Cloar and family attoaded Chihuahua Is virtually in the control A. A. Furls was in Pittsburg the of l'ancho Villa, leader of the federal church at ML Olive Sunday. forces in Chihuahua. Fighting still Is first of the week on business. Chuck Killioa and Miss Delia Ray-Lor- In progress there, according to E. O. Oman has returned to Tipton-vlll- o but the Villa forces are driving were in Union City Friday. after several days business here. Orozco's troops ouL No further deSlbert Edwards and Charley Cald-wel- l tails have been received, and It is imFOR SALE Two work mules; also were In Union City Monday. possible to estimate the casualties. Dispatches say Villa's force of 800 one horse, cheap. W. I Page R.2. Dock Hawkins and family, of men got Into the city, and is occupyMiss Llzzio Tenny of Dyersburg, visited in Fremont Tuesday. ing a strong position. After a fierce Sunday night, the advices say, has been the guest of Miss Bottle battle John and Will Jordan, of near Orozco's troops, which defended the Woodland MM, visited relatives city 24 hours, were driven out of sov-orMrs. R. B. Johnson left Monday for hero Sunday. strongholds, but they have not a visit with relatives in Tullahoma, entirely dislodged. beon Mr. and Mrs. AJvin Shophard, of Tonn. Americans Aid Rebels. Old Republic, spent Thursday night Mack Moss and Mrs. Mary Nelson, with Bud William's family. with Twelve hundred Vasqulstas both of Fulton were united In mar- two rapid flrers and two skilled AmMrs. Lola Williams and Miss Dora erican gunners are at Sauz, awaiting rlnge Sunday. Howard, of Crescent, visited relatives the arrival of Gen. Ynze Salazar from .Mrs. I. D. Price Is vlslttlng her in Fremont Saturday and Sunday. Juarez. The Vasqulstas aro com- daughter Mrs. J. Spradlln, in Okla by Oen. Emllio P. Campa. Bud and Charley Caldwell have manded night on homa City, Okla. left Juarez Sunday bought the old homestead of Judge three special trains, and will proceed Miss Nell Rogers spent tho past Caldwell's and Bud will move there to Chihuahua to wrest the city from next fall. to this forco, Oen. week In tho country with her sister, Villa. In addition Maximo Castillo, with 400 rebels, Is Mrs. Roy Clark. rushing to Chihuahua from Villa IJst your real estate with the ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE. and Col. Braullo Hernandez Vasqulstas is marching to Courier; if we don't sell it. it doesn't I have qualified as administrator with 350 cost you anything. of tho estate of Miss Ellen Anderson, Orozco's aid. Despite the ferocity of Sunday's FOR SALE AT ONCE One million deceased, and notice is hereby given Chlubuahua, Vasqulstas at to all parties holding claims agalnn battle at It was a mistake. They extra tine cypress shingles. C. M. Juarez say said estate to file same with me duly assort that Salazar, having been as- Yates Shingle Co. authenticated within tho time pre- sured by Villa that he was against Tas Closer returned Monday night scribed by law or the same will be Madero, ordered Villa to attacK the from Roswcll., N. M. where ho has barred, and all parties Indebted to city, in the belief that Orozco had left They added that Orozco fought bern for several days. said estate nro requested to settle. back, believing that Villa was fighting Oscar I. Hall, Administrator, CovingThe Finest Faco Cream Fortune's for Madero. The Vasqulstas now beton, Tenn. Cream. For sale by vic- Witch Hazel lieve that Villa, flushed by his tory, will claim the city for Madero Cowgills Drug Store. All one year for 1.90 The Hick- and forget his assurances to Salazar. A $C,000 PROPOSITION yloldlng There Is considerable alarm here as 11092 man Courier, Mothers Magazine, Moda year. If interested, ace V. to the fate of Americans near Chihuaern Prtecllla and the Peoples Home 4tp hua, as It Is impossible for them to M. Provow before May 1st. Journal. scape under existing conditions. Your phone order will receive prompt attention. Whlto Bros. Cleaning and repairing. Phone 196. JfliHSJI Ke-tlroDe-Boy Ahu-mada, is none too good for us to have for you, and our prices are always the lowest. Our Guarantee Anything you buy from this house must .prove .satisfactory as represented by salesmen, or else we refund your money. For the best goods at the lowest possible prices, be sure and come to this store. SUDE ON THE CORNER ED EVANS CAUGHT. $100 Reward Brings Man NAIFEH THE DRY GOODS MAN TRAMP SHOT AT FULTON. Whllo four hoboes woro stand around a fire In tbo I. C. railr ..i yards at Fulton, Saturday night, th. wore approachtxl by two pseuito i fleers and ordered thorn with os".-t- o run. The hoboes obeyed the r.i.. tnand, and wbllo running one of was shot and seloui .. wounded. The victim gave his as IVtcr Nuga and says he Is a Hut. garlnn. Ho was taken off a train Hardsell and given medical aW it. vestlgation of the case has pro-.- . of no avail. Tho ahootlst Is detrn!. ed by the tramps as being a )ar man, possibly 6 feet tall. Like nin other Fulton crimes, tho real t potualor may never bo known. FROST INTRODUCES BILLS. Sen. W. A. Frost, of this district. Introduced the following bills In tho Benato this week: Act making it compulsory to file deeds of conveynnco of real estate for record. Act to prevent makers of deeds to real estate from stating In the conveyance nuy but tho true consideration paid or agreed upon. Sonnto adjourned till noon on Monday. Act to regulato admission of students to Kentucky Btato University. Is In line with recommendation of Joint Legislative Investigation Wanted for Shooting Negro. Ed Evnns, who Is charged with be-l- n Implicated In shooting a foot off of a negro boy named Bragg In tho bottom about a month ago, was caught Thursday at Manilla, Ark., and brought back to Hlckmnu Friday by Shorlff Johnson. Immediately niter the shooting n posse scoured the lower bottom trying to locate Evans and Tom Tomas-son- , both whlto mon, whom the negro boy said shot him without provocation. Gov. Their search was fruitless. McCrcary was finally Induced to offer a reward of $100 for tho capture of either the men, and a still hunt has been going on, with tho result abovo. Evans is now in Jail awaiting a preliminary hearing. V J McKco Johnson left Sunday for a weeks visit in Nashville and with his grandparents in Christiana, Tenn. Wo mako your personal appearance our business. Are you ono of our customers! White Bros. phono 135. The Courier would like to havo a good correspondent in the neighborhood of Hamby Pond. Wrlto for par- CARD I OF THANKS. ticulars. PL m wW T. T. Sullivan la In Mayflcld this week visiting home folks. His broth er, H. B. Sullivan, of Mayfleld, Is hero working in his place this week. Thero k a stray red and black spot cd male hog at my place, which tho owner can have by paying for this ad and some feed. M. A. McDanIeI2p r liil w 11 Tailors Chicago - Miss Hoiuor Green Is authorised '" nccept nhd receipt for subsarlpttu' to the lllckmnn Courier, toKil with our regular clubbing offers r you nro not taking this paper or i' your lime is about out( hand h r DEATHS. dollar. .Any favor shown her In ' If It is cleaning and nresslns tou matter of subscriptions will If ago 23, son of Jno. W. Wallngford, or Ike Wallngford, residing near Hamby want tho Tailor is tho man you sroI'rw:,!,,'Hl h lho Courlcr looking for. Call Pond, died March 1, burled at Browns Mov,0 PIctUMt ssturdsy night ville. Tuberculosis. good friends and neighbors 138-SCII- take this means of thanking my for tholr kindness during tho lltnrns and death of my llttcl daughter, Mntllda. Words will not express my appreciation. Bd Barnoy. A.E.Anderson & Co. No sale of Anderson Tailoring is closed until the buyer is satisfied. We have no use1 for your money unless we can get it by rendering you a service that will win and hold your good will. We guarantee to please you. E. F. Davls( ago 41, son of Jan. J. O. West Is making cxtensivo repairs on tbo La Cledo Hotel build- Davis, died at Calvert City, March 1, ing this week. J. O. proposes to have burled at Hickman. Brlght's diseaso the best hotel In Western Kentucky. Matilda Barney, ago 2 months, daughter of Ed Barnoy, died at HickDon't bo deceived by to much talk about cheap shingles. We will sell man, March 3, buried at city ceme you the same goods for less money tery. Bronchitis. Tho mother of this and can furnish you a better shingle little lady died about a mbnth ago. If you want 1LC. M. Yates Shingle Mrs. R. L. Byran, daughter of Mrs. Co. Jno. Stowe, died at Ravctiden Springs FOR SALE: One horse, 16 hands high, 3 years old; one fllley, 16 bands high, 2 years old; both German Coaches. Cash, or tlmo with good note. Chas. Werner, Hickman, Rfd One. II. McKInney, special routo agent for tho Southern Express Co., was hero Monday checking the books of tho local office. Ho was vory much pleased with the amount of business handled by agent R. M. Isler since hl last visit here. Ark., March 2. Burial at Hickman, deceased formerly resided near Mabel, Ky., but left her about two months ago. Confinement. Isam Wright, colored, ago March 3. Tuberculosis. 17, Look! The Season the. is Look! at hand, and note extremely low prices : died $7.50 Hip, Goodyear Glove Brand Boot.. $6.00 $7.50 Hip, Eagle Brand Boot.... 6;00 $5.00 Knee, Goodyear Glove Brand Boot.. 4. 00 $5.00 Knee, Eagle Brand Boot 4.00 Saturday, March 9th Mr. D. N. McDERMOTT, representing this famous line, will hold a Abo' Under colored, ago 29, died March 4. Tuberculosis. Son of Unile Carry Llnder, and was one of a fnmll of 22 children. $3.00 $1.75 $1.25 Overshoes Overshoes Overshoes One-hal- 1.75 BIRTHS. of Made-to-Measu- re Clothing Come in and have your measure taken by an expert. No extra charge. The suit can be delivered at any time you choose, h is TIME NOW TO ORDER your Spring togs, as warm weather is close at hand. R. L. BRADLEY "The Stitch in Time Line." Fob. 12 to W. C. Rolney and wife fiborxaan Hocn, of Davenport, la., formerly of this city was here this week. He was looking after tho plac Feb.. 14 to Tom Bono and wife ing of stones at the graves of his girh sister-in-law- , who ars I brother and buried in the City Cemetery. His Feb. 16 to Will Hlgglns and wlfo brother was drowned in the Missis boy. sippi river several years ago. Feb. 25 to Henry C. Sholl and Ed Barney, proprietor of tho Hick wlfo boy. man Coll Hoop Co. has the sympathy to Jno, Dcason and wife Fob. of his friends In a double measure since tho death angel took another dear one from bis home this week his little two months old daugh For hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or ter, Matilda. Only a short time ago Irritating coughs, BALLARD'S HORE-HOUN-D SYRUP U a healing balm.. I he gavo up his wife and the loss of quickly and the two must make his home desolato does its work and S1.00 thoroughly. per bottle. Price 25c, ooo Indeed. Sold by Hickman Drug Co, $1.00 f Overshoes 1,50 1.00 90c The above goods will be sold under a guarantee and strictly CASH. H. E. CURLIN HOUSE OF QUALITY r$ws-- i r ?S,rF HOOVVALLOW DOINQ3. WOODROW WIL80N. Regardless of any man's preference The postoffleo will remain open nt ,i,ghts now Until Poko Eazloy goU oi other points of vlow ontertnlued tmough with tho talo ho started on by our renders, tho Courier Is frank to state tbnnt wo bollovo Woodrow jjy beforo yesterday. Wilson, present governor of Now Jer-tioUlns Peck la 8enl wortl tnat ' will bo tho next standard-beare- r In which ho any way nt all .1.. m i of Democracy. Ho is u different naturo In bringing about ,an brand of Wilson from ono who recent ,e arrival of spring ho will gladly ly occupied tho governor's chair In do o. Kentucky this Is generally known Inothor Moglo Lantern show played Although Woodrow Wilson Is In the Wild Union a cngagonient nt tno Mbool house Saturdny night. Among He views waa a plcturo of Niagara rain standing still. y a!1 about 15,000 Inhabitants, and It was hero that tho boyhood of the future Governor of Now Jersey and president of Princeton was spent. Hev. Wilson moved to Columbia, South Cadollna, In tho autumn of 1870 and becamo a teachor In the Southern Theological Seminary which position ho held for four years: Woodrow contlneud to attend school, but most of his training was under the direct supervision of his father, and in splto of his late years to start at books In tho autumn of 1885 ho was to tho chair of history and politi cal economony in Byrn Mawr College. This ho held for three years, when bo was called to a similar position in Wesloyan University. Ho remained there two years and was called to alma mater, Princeton, as professor of jurisprudence and political economy Later In 1902 ho was elected president of Princeton the second oldest university In tbo United States. He took his Ph. D. degree on exami- - he pronounced In his first book, and has held ever since. In . office and He proposed somo out of office. thing at Princeton that was a radical change from the old way; it was the complete reorganization of tho university in such a way as to bring into dally communication and compan lonshlp representatives of all classes und of the faculty. The proposal was ugalnst tho tradition of Princeton for It lent toward breaking up the clubs. "It sounded a e thought Is traceable in every essay and book that ha has written, but always regardful of the rights' of others. The reforms he has Inaugurated since he has been Governor of. New Jersey probably tho worse State in the Union has put blm prominently before the world. All over the country thoughtful men ore writing and saying that he will be the Democratic nominee for the prosldency when the convention convens next summer. ' NEWS. comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight, Knn. Ho writes: "I not only have cured bad cases of eczema la my pa"- uents with Electric Bitters, but also cured myself by them of the same disease. I feel sure they will benefit any cose of eczema." This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is a most effective blood purifier. Its an excellent remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expel poisons, helps digestion, builds up tho strength. Price CO cents. Satisfaction guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. F. DAVIS DEAD. Former Citizen of Hickman Dies at Dawson Springs. E. P. (Frank) Davis, until recently a citizen of this town, died at Dawson Springs Friday morning after a lingering Illness of Bright's Disease. On account of ill health deceased went to tho springs several months ago in the hope that he might improve Neither the springs nor best of medical treatment could stay the ravages of his affliction and death re lieved him of his suffering Friday morning. The remains were brought back to his old home for burial, and were laid to rest In tho city cemetery. Mr. Davis Is survived by his wife and three children; also four sisters Mrs. Stevo Stahr and Mrs. Avee Journey, of Hickman, Mrs. Wm. Stahr of Fancy Farm, Ky. and Mrs. Ida Green, of Ft. Smith, Ark. Ho also has a brother, Ralph Davis, at Porto Rico. All attended tho funeral except Mrs. Green and Ralph. Deceased was born nt Cape Girardeau, Mo., Oct. 10, 1872, and had resided at Hickyears. For e!ght yelirs man twenty-si- x ho was engaged in tho livery busi ness in West Hickman. He was a member of tho Sacred Heart church of this city, and funeral services were In charge of Father Mensa. Tho bereaved relatives have tho sympathy of their many friends. TO MOTHERS AND OTHERS. Vnn ran una TltioVlnn's Arnica Salvo GLORIOUS M , i mo train Into Tlckvillo Tuesday The do- i alng was ono day late. , was caused by tho stopping of tho wrs watch a few wiles beyond I'alf IUb community. wall carrier is fooling his Ho has placed somo again. wboels on tho front of his buggy buino low ones on tho back axles makes tho buggy travel down !) tbo tlmo and encourages tho . Your Money Back if Not Satisfied rnm LsUfi For this heavy, 50c i Ellison's Grocery Meat Shop and 10c Made of full weight steel dble.8eamed strong bail, firmly fastened ears. On sale Satur- ns ur. k- - , fiddler. onduded to nettle down and will an uudeaor to aavo up some y between now and Christmas will begin to oconomtzo by using two strings on hla flddlo when ilays without pay. Harlow, woll-know- our Galvanized Tub Dinmetcr 20 inches. Made of full weight steel, doubled seam, heavy wire top, malleable iron drop handles. On snle Saturday morn- Piddling Hand went .nolher ono of its celebrated ser i.g expeditions a fow night ago. length In I flayed at consldorablo of tho homo of Tobo Moscky in nays ho know what tbo trouble . uk soon as bo heard tho racket ,. KxceUIor Variety Store Everything for the Table "and. for Household use day, lla.m For this heavy, 12 Qt. , i ing next at 11 o'clock. Galvanized Pail Variety Goods Aluminum Specials i - , lb) Hancock Is going Into the r bustncsM. Ho Intends to travel .d among tho people of this com ) and urroundlng country and feathers at ono price, and then Hum to Tlckvillo and sell them more than ho gao for them Fria , a shrewd financier. . i Grocery Dept. Meat Shop Hog r .Miwcd.... Some Good Things Brains . has been sum d to Hounding Billows to mrvo a Jury In tho trial of a fellow thai Tho of k. into tho postoffico Is getting up i srlng tbo paper i mocratlc Jury, and the defend will without a doubt bo found on account of tho postoffico b ing in tho hands of Hepubll ko Matbcswla National Biscuit Co.'s Cakes, in bulk, at a large saving in price over package goods, 25c a pound instead of 40c. Apricot Cakes Mandalays, very similar to Fig Newtons. Chocolate Puff Cakes. Reveres, similar to Chocolate Fingers. Fresh Cranberries. Swiss Cheese, Brick Cheese. Fresh Elgin Creamery Butter. Fresh Lettuce. Green Onions. Fresh Chocolate Candies, at 20 cents instead or 40c. at(0 Cents r Beet LlVerS DreSSed HenS Pure Pork SllllSage Tine ISeeT . t i .umbus Allsopp, who decided me ago to commercialize tho ik bug business by raising to rent out during the summer lighting moonlight pic i.s for tic has almost completed tho k of 'stopping up nil tho cracks uud his farm, and will soon bo udr for tho .approach of tho light Kcntucklan t, bug season. i i Lamb Pnrk ! ' Wieners, Liverwurst Bologna, Dried Beef Ham8 and Breakfast Bacon Cups, Fancy Cups Collaps.ble Cups Baby CuP' Mu8 Tea Strainers, Tea Balls Egg Cups Lemon Extractors Jelly and Cake Moulds and Cutters Strainers, Funnels Salts and Peppers Soap Boxes, Pndding Pans Sauce Pans, Fry Pans to cure chllrden of eczema, rashes, tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crusted humors, as- - well as their accidental injuries cuts, burns, bruises, etc., coming eiso with perfect satety. BORES HOLE THROUGH In Age-Lon- ROCK Swirling Action of Water and Stones Strugglt Forms Chsnnel at Nlsgsra. 1 XjC m Vinalo en nulMtlv. Pnr bnlls. Ulcers. old, running or fever sores or piles it has no equal. Zb cis. ai neim Ellison. RUSH CREEK ITEMS. ' nufflo N Y. After the les which covered the northern hemisphere dur 'rg tbo glnclal epoch had all melted there was left along the northern bor of the United States those vast as the b dlei of water now known lakes. At first the flood of wa 'er found an outlet down the Missis ippl vslley, according to those who ' sve made this feature of our coun 'tj a study, but later the flow changed the Mohawk valtoy and finally to he 8t Lawrence, that lordly river or be north Thus came about that fall Niagara, whose beauties hare delighted admiring thousands each year Inco modern methods of travel made It easy of access. The descent from C. A. Bondurant visited his son In Martin Sunday. cr jrfl Richard Reeves, of Martin, Is visit ing his mother. Mrs. Moss and children spent a part of lost week in Union City. Bargains in Broom Corn Costs More Today than it has for Sometime Yet, look at this price. Mrs. Bud Brpwn will move to lwr world-famou- s Fine Tablets Note, Packet and Letter size, white M :m. m t.-.-- j. Grade Corn 4: Sewed Metal Lock farm near Cayce thia week. Miss Delia Campbell is suffering with, her eye. They aro uneasy about it. Miss Emma Davis entertained at Rook to a small crowd Saturday night. Mrs. Ruth Cloys and Mrs. DaUy Bondurant have bcon sick with colds this week. Miss Nannie Kato Ramer, who haa bcon visiting In Jackson will return Thursday. Misses Thelma and Emma Mays , and cream paper unruled. Big variety of colors. jm A Big Value wt entertained a crowd of young peoplo at her homo Thursday night. Bro. Bowls did not preach In Cayco Sunday on account of being unabU. Ho will fill his next regular appointment tho first Sunday night. 4c Queer Tunnel at Niagara Palls. Iakn i:rle to Ontario was steep and aa he rushing water splashed downward wrer ta now course It began to wear away the rocks underneath. Gradually a channel was formed which deepened and slowly crept back year by J ear toward Its presont position, several miles south of the starting point. This wearing away process has done ome curious things. The accompanying Illustration shows a natural tun nel bored by tho water of Niagara river, which Is about 11 miles below the present location of the cataract Nothing could more clearly show the retrogression that has taken place. g Various theories are advanced the why and the wherefore, out It Is generally concedod that the tunnel was bored out by the, swirling action of wator and Btones in an agelong struggle with opposing forces. Moving Phone Orders Promptly Attended to. BOTH PHONES Ellison Bros. ( Four Delivery Wagon5 Two Deliveries Daily to all parts of town, in The dentist that has been located Cayco for the past two weeks left foe Milburn Saturday. Ho did a great deal of business while hero. The lumber has been ordered for the new Baptist church which is to bo erected in Cayce. :.y 4 Tho pillars aro to be laid as soon as tbo weather will permit. of this A crowd of young peoplo neighborhood attended a play given by Mr. Sugg (a former teacher of this place) who Is now teaching at Pales tine, near Fulton. Tho flagman on the local of the M railroad whlo attcmptllng to get on the train fell and tho train ran over his leg. He was then carried to Cairo to have It amputated, dying during tbo operation. & O. I 1 Pictures Saturday night. area. Northern states, ho Is southern -- . wns born m ssmuuiui.. Ho Ills father was the 28, 1856. Joseph R. Wilson, and ono of rov of tho tho most Influential churchmen South. ,, At tho ago of two years nis mw whore ho moved to Augusta, Georgia, and charge of ono of tho largest took tho churches In most Influential Augusta was then a city of South. ho soon qualified for college and at nation seventeen ho wns sent to Davidson thesis .... College North Carolina. In tho autumn of 1875 Jio entered Princeton, where ho graduated with tho class of 1879. Ills going Norm to collego wns fortunate, for It gavo ophim at an Impressionable ago an tho Northern portunity to understand ns well as tho Southern point of vlow. I 18SG submitting ns his "Congressional Government " This is considered tho highest degree conferred by Institutions of learning. When Dr. Wilson enmo to tho presidency of Princeton he had been known as scholar, author and public speaker, but ho was untested as an executive. In his Presidential office he carried out tho Idea of leadership which In startling nolo of democracy and pointed out broad ways by which the youth of tho country could bo brought up for tbo service of the country." Woodrow Wilson has been an inspiration to many young men who have looked up to him, as a master ct his calling always helpful to others, a individuals and as a body politic. Ho copies after no one and individual (il If" "imfZrWfi jm "x '" i i ' Best Kentucky Lump COAL 0B3CjX"7"33 3E "3F Farm aad Road H.33X5 Improvement The Coughs o f Knuaren They n.ay not cough today, bit what aboiu tomorrow? jJetter be prepared for it when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Aycr's Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. This cough medicine is especially good for children. No anodynes. No alcohol. Many a child Is called tl.i and sturid then the whole trouble is due to a lazy liver. We firmly bslleve your own doctor ill tell vou that an occasional dose will do such of Aver's Pills, suRtr-coatechildren a ere at del of Rood. Ask him. 1 Alio Dealer In HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH 1EJ PLANNING FOR THE HOT BED PHONES It Will Reduce Grocery BUI Consider ably Thl Spring Kansas Way U One Good Suggestion. hot- "This then, is for his wife?" he Inquired, sadly. "What?" the Qcneral said, misunderstanding Primmer. "Another man buy a hat for my wife? How dare you!" Primmer shrank away from him Nay," Medders soothod. "The hst Harry has U for his sister. Carolyn." "No," Harry corrected htm, fearing some further cotnpllcaUon. "The fact Is, I was going to give the hat to Lucy with your permission. Mr. Meddors. But I didn't like to ask your permission before nil the others here." "Bully for you, Harry!" tho Goneral beamed. "You couldn't do a finer thing." Primmer lapsed Into a fit of dejection. own. SB 3D IS X GROCERIES Phone 4 DO YOU BEAD? Let ut Save you Money on Your Magazines . . . In taklug advantage of these of fers, you must take the Courier with at least one offer. For all other magazines, tako one dollar oft the price of each onu you want. Example. Alnslee's Magazine and the Courier. 12.30, and All Story Magazine taken with thuiu costs only SI more, or a total of S3.30. Following we five a law of our ClubMnu Oftm, Ibe prim HirluOr t ", Courier one ytnr and tUe publication uami one C H. Moor i ; bed for early radishes and lettuce. It doesn't cost much, and It will lower the grocery bill. Here la the way recommended by the horticultural department of the Kansas State Agricultural college: Dig a hole two feet deep, a little Why Should You larger than the slxe of tho hot-beCarry Insurance ? la to bo permaframe. If the hot-benent, the walls of this pit should be Because it is better to have it lined with brick, stone or cement. "When possible, have a shed or board and not use it, fence on the north side of the bed. the Than to want it and not have it. It will take loss manure to heatfresh boIL Put two feet of horse manure In the hole, wet thorMORAL Insure with e oughly, and tamp. If the Is not well tamped, the soli will settle unevenly when the manure decays. Insurncc of All Kinds RIGHT ir I Two-Inc- h material makes a better WRITE IT. find stronger frame and will last longed. The front of the frame should be Office over Hlcknmn "Bank nnti Truit Co. six Inches high, the back eighteen BOTH PHONE 97 Inches. Put five Inches of dirt on the manure, preferably the richest soil you can get Fill In around tho frame with manure and earth and put the cover on the frame. Glass sashes aro best for covers. Cloth may be used late In the season. The size of a sash Is three by six feet. The bed, then, should bo six feet wide and as many Umes three feet long aa desired. will Thetempcrature of the hot-bebe high at first Use a thermometer. When the beat has fallen to 85 degrees the seed may be planted. Keep tho bed well watered, but do not soak. Too much water rots tho manure too rapidly. Be sure the bed la well venlast longer through harder service than anj other betilated. When sashes are used, they came ther have a round must be raised to let in the fresh air bohttr. which doe awar In mild weather. Extra covers should with sharp corners blade is joined to handle) be provided for cold days and nights. here wear 1$ constant and Better think about nuking that WHY DO SHIPS CARRY ANCHORS IN FAIR WEATHER? ".Mas!" be sobbed. right when he said: the dear old fellow can forget his troubles." "He'll remember them soon enough," Around the corner of the bouse came Count von Fritz, laboriously carrying a long ladder that he had found. "By gracious!" Harry aald. "Tou're not auoh a tool after alL Here! I'll help you." "Now you aee," aald the Count "Ve ged her oud." With Infinite palna, and as much siwas lence aa they could command, they "Homer It raised the ladder and adjusted er. THE HICKMAN COURIER I ONK "Alas, faint hop t Uanrd uponl Ala i, thou too art dead and font!" d d well-mixe- d Medders said. "Once I grew angry at a man In my youthful days." "And what did you do to him, man or peace?" asked the General, laughing, while the Count listened nervous ly. ma-sur- HENRY HELM Tri (he "In those days," Meddors said, "I was vain of my strength and given to yielding to my angry passlona. I went unto this man, and I seized him thus " Before the Count could dodge, Med- ders held him as though In a vise. "And I said unto him: Thou con demncd wretch, dost than not know it Is unwise so to conduct fnyseti I our midst? And I smote alas Uibs, asd I shook hira thus" Illustrating upon the helpWss Count "and then I said unto him that If he offended me again I should smite him full ore." "Please," begged the Count "lease don'd remember anything else!" "I beg thy pardon," Medders said, contritely, "I did forget myself." "Come in out of the night air, gen tlemea," suggested Harry, who came to the door just then. The trio, smiling 07cr the unconscious way In which Medders had shaken the Count, started In, when a messenger boy arrived. He carried a large hat box. The Count tried to Intercept blm, but Har ry was as anxious as the Count to get She turned it out quick enough,' Harry murmured to himself, paying dollars that the boy the seventy-fivwas called for on delivery. When the boy had left, Harry chanced to leek at the addresa and-rea"Count Herman tob FlU. Why, tale hat isn't for me, after all." "No," the Count said. "I ordered It but it isn't for me.1 Medders turned and said: "Is there some mistake, Harry?" Harry looked at the Count but that gentleman was pretty well satisfied with the situation and made no move to correct matters. "No, there Isn't any mistake," Har ry" said. "Did I understand aright" Medders asked, "that thee are paying seventy-fiv- e dollars for that bat?" "I did without taking chloroform, too," Harry ruefully acknowledged. "Some hats are worth that much,' the Count remarked. "Buret" boomed the General. "My wife often spends more than that for e d: "Cheer hlra up!" General Waxes suggested. "Let him see your pros-ten- t for Lucy." "I, too, have a present for Lucy," Primmer said. "Thee hast?" Medders aaked. "What Is It, Socrates?" "A hat" Primmer announced. Hnrry leaped to a conclusion. Instantly he coupled Primmer with the mysterious man who had bought the duplicate hat at Mile. Daphne's. "Let's see It" he said. He opened Irlraroer'a hat box, and one glance was enough to confirm his suspicion. He dropped the lid quick ly, took the box from Priramera unresisting hold, and said: "I'll take your hat to Lucy. She'll be" "No. I shall present It to her my ' if tITIltSill Stops Lameness Sloan's Liniment is a ble remedy for any kind of Will kill the horse lameness. growth of spavin, curb or splint, absotb enlargements, and is excellent for sweeny, fistula and thrush. Here's Proof. I Md Sloaa'a Unburn! en a tal lor 'hich UiMCwt,' and nurd hr. I am aettr without a tolUv of vor lUIantntt hava haj(hl taoia of It tLau any othr Haiit Kit. rtattdf fur rnjoa-- " "SJoB Unlmtst u the til rrJ. 1 hart rrmoYtd tcir largt aHoa tail cfl a hnraa reliawith it. I hatt lUtai (putter crack no a mar thjt m aatully tad. I late alto haalad raw, ayt dmi m thrta Lutm. I hjtt htakd (rtM fcnl cat a put that could latiHr walk " AvTHuxr O. P., Route No, i. E hardest I This is but one many notable features ol that hat WROeERSBROS: knives, which give lasting service and satisfaction. Numerous patterns are ottered in this famous "Sil GLASS SASH FOR HOT BEDS Latest Invention ttrl'latt that Wean." Sold br leading, dealers everywhere. Send lor catalogue "OL" showing all designs. uitmn tmumt co. (International SUrcr LX(BIKCMOrj Minsta. C. Is So Arranged aa to Allow Air to Circulate and Ventilate Beda. The newest Invention to make win ter gardening eas? and successful, Is a sash for hotbeds or cold frames that have two layers of glass Instead of one. Between these layers is a cushion of dry air about of an Inch thick. The glass on both sides is lapped and adjusted to He as close as possible, but no putty Is used. When tho weather is warm five-eight- 1(it, SLOANS LINIMENT Is good for all farm stock. "My hot tud hot cholera three diyl brfott we f ol roar l.n:mnt, rlWh I u adrtMd to try I kat uwd It now for and my lion ar almnct wtU, thtr On hoc dkd befote 1 rot It llalmeeL, 1 hare eot Inat anT tiara." hut A. J. kvatmt, man., jod. dj F. E. CASE & SON Has a full line of FRESH CANNED GOODS h ' i SMbysU Stab rs. Pries ZXD ' I 60c & $1;DO JJFimw Both Foreign and Domestic Washington Grip Flakes Cream of Wheat Rolled Oats and Postum All New Goods. Fruits. Apples, Oranges e Hot Bed. Pecans, Malaga Grapes And Bananas enough to melt snow or Ice, the air ill" circulates sufficiently "I confess I Will be glad to have a part of bed; but when It is to ventilate the Medders said. am curious cold enough to "Ah, what .freeze every crovlco is scaled by the vanity of women and the your trade, Home-Mad- ders asked, casually. "I don't know If It will fit her." Har ry answered, Med "Wouldst thee let us see ders asked. "Truly, a bat worth that much must be a wonderful thing." Here the Count nervously Inter posed, afraid that tho General would becomo aroused if he saw the hat "No, no. Der night air might spoil a hat" "Is it for thy sister. Harry?" Med twisassMsflH Siea&'i Book on Horses, Cattlo, Eogs and Poultry seat free. Address B ltr Dr. Earl S. Sloan Boaton, Ma. a. H ! H hono lOO moisture concealed "When very cold PAFF HAWKINS CIVIL ENGINEER i Land, Drainage and Municipal Surveys, Maps, Estimates and Reports. Office over Nalfeh Bros, atore. Hickman, Kentucky P. O. Box 84 DB. 0. 0. LOflGJiECKEB Veterinary Surgeon Graduate of Chicago Vet. College 1893. Cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, beets, Violets and pansy plants, it Is claimed, ore safe under the double glass, at 8 to 10 degrees below zero; and even tomato, pepper and eggplants have been grown in hot beds without any , cover except tho double glass in a temperature nearly down to zero. The saving of labor is considerable when the double-glas- s sash is used. No covering or uncovering is required, so mats or boards are needed. The double sash for hothouses have been found to bo a great saving of heat, less coal is required to keep up a given temperature the plants make a stronger growth and are less liable to leaf drop. Well-Traine- air cushion is absolutely dry and in this condition it is a perfect ductor of either heat or cold. Even in zero weather tho sun, shin lng through the glass and enclosed air raises the temperature of the bed to a good growing warmth; and at night only a portion of this warmth escapes. non-co- n In the cracks. weather prevails, the self," Primmer declared, taking tne box from Harry. "All right" Harry aald. "Don't let see It' to any ono profane that hat by aeelng tt forms the until It gets to the one for whom it It foolishness intended. And neither will I with of man do take I" mine. Yon wont let any one see it?" From the house came the lank form "Surely not" Primmer agreed. of Socrates Primmer. In his hand he "All right That's a sacred compact carried the hatbox which all day he Let's all go In now." had been endeavoring to open In the And aa he ushered them Into the presence of Lucy. house Harry said things to himself be"What Is the trouble?" he asked. cause of his foolishness in paying "No trouble at all until yon came," seventy-fiv- e dollars for a hat when tho Harry replied, drily. duplicate was In the house all the "Harry has simply been doing what time. I have often done," General Blazes "And," he growled, "I've aUU got explained "He has bought a hat" one comtng from Daphne!" Primmer glanced at the bat box '.'What did thet say?" Medders Harry held, and then looked at his asked, as tbey went Into the reception room. "I was saying that I hoped no one was coming this evening to break up WELL KNOWN MINISTER our quiet little party." Ainsleo's Magatlno All Story Magatlne BBBBSaSBl jttSlf American Banker Ameteur Sportsman.... American Bey A. Catholic Qrly. 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Review Outdoor Llfo Outdoor Mag Outlook Overland Monthly Nowa-Sclmk- Upplncoua Mag !J 20 05 ' l- 4.16 !- - 1.26 ' 65 se; 3.66 !00 I?6 IIS 5i 2 10 3.S0 2.06 2.06 2.06 ' 2.3u & Restored to Health by Vlnol writes: Itov. D. Schneider, who is a well known minister In Rico Lnkol Wis., CHAPTER XIII. f Hired Man. The hired man on the farm, who Livery Barn Office at Steve Stahr's has mastered his business is a skilled laborer, and should be so treated, yet BOTH PHONES it is usually lmpossble for him to get .Residence Phone, Cumb, 194 a small amount per month, a mere trifle, over the price paid the Inefficient laborer. promptly answered night or Calls d Raising Living at Home. The first thought of the farmer bis be this year how to FOR SALE: Mrs. 8. M. Hub-WJ- '. ehonld at homo, Begin nowraise get to PoMeselon living brtafc residence. ' everything in readiness for an early Jala Ut See Dr. J. , Hubbard, tef start. . day. Satisfaction guaranteed. "I had a very novcro stomach trou bio last year from which I was kept in bed threo months. I had engaged tho services of a doctor, but to no avail. I thon read of Vlnol and determined to try a bottle. Before It wns used up I was out of bed, and four bottles mndo mo a well man. Vlnol is a splendid medicine, and I can gladly recommend It" Prominent men from all over tho country do not liosltato to endoreo this wondeful tonic. For twelvo years Vlnol has been sold on the "money back" plan, and ovory year strengthens its popularity and proves by continued tests that It will do what wo claim for it. Helm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. A short while later Harry left his guests gathered about the piano, singing, and quietly slipped outside. The Count made an excuse and left the room also. Harry went Immediately to Cke front of the house aa4 threw a pebble against Mrs. Biases' window. ATTENDED "Sett" be caution, as she appeared, "Oh, dear! I'm distracted!" she Offlct Phonmatl ttM. Phonm 638 said, almost hysterically. "How do you think I feel?" he aaked. "Listen. I've got the hat I put it in V. V. H. my sister's room, until I get a chance to give it to you." Graduate and Licensed "Why can't I have It right away?" he asked. xroaT3ariiaru9LjFi.iv.aNr "Some one would see me getting it UNION CITY, TENNESSEE , . . to you. We can't take a chance. Odlco Hneco Aloxander'a IJnrn General Blazes is in there with the rest don't you hear him singing?" "Ok. yea. it fa euca a blessing that eeeeeeeeee4 Pearsons Magazine Philistine Physical Culture Pictorial Review Popular Mechanics... Pathfinder Puck. Calls Promptly St. Louis Republic Rnturitnv P.vonlnr Pnat Scientific-America- Satire,.... . ,. n Review of Revlowa St. Louis aiobe-De- Rod Book ., 2.05 '' ., ...... 1" 'J- - " 2.0(1 GEO. H. ALLEN Womans Home Companion.. World Today YmiMi nntnnaaUua . i ravel,. ... ,. Vniltv tnl, Scrapbook Scrlbner'a Mag Smart Sot Southern Planter Southland Magazine Ten Story Book...., Tip Top Weekly Toilettes Twentieth Century 3.30 2.00 3.70 316 ? f;:' i 3 2.C0 .V" .... .... ...... ........ ;" 4.25 2.f& Z.pJ t t 1912 W.WI - J& WW $1 In per Year Advance Ko ricrptlont to 11. rule. Only o OLDEST PAFlEft IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops when yonr time U out. we donl believe In forcing a paper on anyone. If you do not want to rain a copy, keep the nubserlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expire, tlon U given here 15 dayi ahead with it cbesp enough. Twrr.tr !3 rol "; tli' i No man t,i poor tontK-n- a triii iiuiount lor T'' pPr in the county and THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 7 Number 35 Local News A Blue Mark SL 13 3? ft , iof paaaed tho :E OO 333. XXX XX t It mzm and (1th cotninla- - many yeara. the county unit bill will i ', o create a ganio requlrtu hunters who lire becomo a law on June 12. Governor uiid t tute to pay oue dollar u year McCrenry mmh a communication this u ,x and hunter from outaldo tho afternoon to tho aenate atatlng that ,k lu view of ho had algned tho measure Tho bill " to pay 15 a a slaughter of fame, thin is known a the Graham county unit . untie Bood nicaaurc. bill. t asui to W tjjALK. Good young ullk cow Mra. Virginia Durnoll, ago KC yeara. , stale acuato ban iiil ,a.f-u A C. If. Thompaou, Ilfd 1. lp , oue year for fl.90 Tbo Magazine. Hick- - i u Courier. Mother Mod-i,- n irucllla and thel'eopli Home Juurual. . iU. word "tux" aliould bo substitute tho word "tariff." Tbo lo-- t suuld thou understand tbo quo- - tr , "tux" instead luou tbo word wako tho pro-- ; would bo lo c mutl" .... u appear rldlculou to tbo 'WORO , a.u. i Instead of saying tbo "tarlft wool,' it would bo butter to aay i wool lax," or "tbo augar tax," or tiupieuionl tax," "tbo mowing ma- . tax," etc. Tho word Uirlff is t u ,h titer. Uut iho people, know whut v Tbu word tariff baa a eor-- . iing to It thai sound ltko It , . . ,.i the protocUonlat theory tbul ay lor tboiu lo lucruaau tboir , ,.4Hfay would bo to, lucieaao tbo i.x ii. vtvryUiiuK they cut, wear or iKtur. Fowcr people would than j ...... paid by aotuo third party. M.a llaltlo Carpenter la hi Brook-...- . Fla., Waiting Mr. W. 0. Cor-- i. .. Stio will apood aotorul inoulba U.irt v u wouian wua robbed of 176,000 rlh of diamond In a 8au Fraud butt I a ho probably paid laxca on .ut it centa worth. A pa.n la ctubi c. u ' tbo aldo or back you whou you alraigblun that up ro-U- x for rubbing application of 8.NOW Ll.NLMHNT. It i nt contracted xnuacloa and perwithout il - ordinary bodily moUou k .!: ring or inconvenience, l'rlco 26c , . and 11.00 per bolllo. Sold by ii., k man Drug Co. BAL-LMU- J8 Mm iiii- u ! S. K. Applcgatv, died at th of bar daughtor, Mra. Al Alox- r, la Union City on llbe night or -- I. S. 4ter Walker, a prominent .. d farm- - of Ileolerton, haa aold bla farm lontctnplatca moving to Tampa, r ..rlda ' " I'm. K Wilkon aaya tho Courier d hit name laat week in apeak probablo candidates in tho o ut r y race. Ho will bo In tho i run-h'fo- asscaaor. TVKimagmmggRggBtBEBHfBEBIA hi llurglars entered the store of A. E. Scott and IUiby Cook at Oakton, TueB-dn- y night of last week and blew open tho safe In the Scott store, which Is also tbo poatofflco. They obtained about $100 In cash, 170 of which was poatofflce funds. From tho Cook atoro they carried off a amall Iron safe and it was found a dUtl at tho homo of her granddaugh- abort distance from town on the railter, Mra. Fred Dnbnko, in Union City road it bad altio been blown open, onrly inn .Monday morning, tho 27th and about $30 In money secured by tho burglars. nit. There Is a "1" dlfforcnce boiwecn Call 138. Schmidt tho Tailor will Gov. Wilson, of Now Jersey, and got our clothca. Willaon, of Kentucky. Tharo waa a ouiib man from l'orth, Tho Intcrurban railway surveyors wru born on the day of his birth; he havo passed south through Clinton on married, they nay, on hla wife's weda nearly direct lino to Moscow. Tho ding day, and dktd on hla laat clay preliminary lino run through tho Sub-lott- o 'pon earth. Ktlaalith'ow a Now a. farm along tho caat aldo parallel The pretty girl baby brought Into with tho Clinton and Columbus road lh Orphnna' Homo Monday night by and through Loo Egbert's farm. Mr. Humphrey wna on Thursday car- Clinton Gaxotto.' ried to a permanent homo, whoroaho Tho Confedcrato nenslon bill, grant- will bo legally adopted Into a nlco lr the followers of tbo lost cause family and beconio heir to tholr $10 a month, has now passed, both Going on to Hickman on Friday house of tho legislature. If anybody Mr. Humphrey rwlved n llttlo liy deserves a pension, It's tho men who On wore and placed him with an aunt. tho grny. Saturday two llttlo boya were receiv Mrs. 11. T. Davis entertained at ed at Hickman and brought that night Into tho bouao. Thla I a aplendld Hook last Thursday afternoon. Those record for tha'wtwk. That the work present were: Meadames J. W., Hog-erIt. D. Johnson, Gardner, Walden, of thla Institution onlltlea It to alate Chna. Clark, Virginia Davis and' the aid In the way of legislative MUsca Jesslo Outten, Mattlo DoBow, ia not to bo doubled. Virginia Luten. Delightful refresh Now Hra. monta were served. Tako HKItlllNE for Indlgeatlon. It On rural route only Tho Hick-m- n rollevea tho pain In a few mlnutea and Courier and Dally Memphla Comforcca tho fermented mattor which oauioa tbo mlaory Into the bowola mercial Appeal (except Sunday) for whoro it la expelled. I'rlcca eOc. Sold only $4.00. by Hickman Drug Co. The city dads of Hickman will A member of the Iowa Legislature exemption law which al- doubtless bo called upon in a. short propoMa an Umo to glvo a franchise to tho in low a a man J300 in oxemptlon for tcrurban railway that la to bo built every child he haa. If such a law from Henderson, via I'aducah to HickIn Kentucky, Hickman hna a exemptions man. Just whoro their terminal will number of .cttlien whono be or what they will want is not yet voiild be very amall. known but it Is to bo hoped tho counFortune' Witch Haxcl Cream for cil will bo as liberal as posalblo with rough and chapped akin for aalo at Uils enterprise. Present Indications Cowglll'a Drug atoro. are that tho road will be built, notwithstanding tho singular aspect asMaJdox, of Union City, waa In sumed by our ctly in regard to its Leo thbt city on buatnoja Friday. promotion. This particular fact nlono s t ono of the fow fnrmera who haa warrants our being all tho moro mndo thebualnoaa pay. Healdoahnnd-l.nto tho now corporation. It Is hla cropa auwaafully, ho haa ac an onterprlao that will bo of a great cumulated coneldorablo money In land good to tho people of Hickman nnd apeoaulntlon. and. even though n Other good things Fulton county. joung man. Ia In a position to place got our and endorsement, hlmaelf "on the retired list" Ho and It will bo ns lltttle as wo ought and hla wlfo will apend next wlntor to do to glvo thom what they ask in p Florida. tho way of a franchise consistent wltk tho Interests of tho city and Its In dividual enterprise. cx-Go- v. a. appro-praltlon d After having been staved off for m 5ai m CopjrrlfU H.rt SchilTnrr It Mtra VTOU can fly as high as you like here in the matter of good clothes ; we've got the best in the world ; and you don't have to go very high in prices. M Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, I ?l M' i i are better in fabrics, in fit, in finish, than you can buy made to mesaure for double the price. ' ready-to-wea- r, Suits $ 8 arid up Other makes $8 to $1 6.50 1 t 3 t!'H Ie e Quick Meal" Steel Ranges have led all other for year, becauso they give uch universal latlafactlon. Uer ef "Quick Meal" Steel Range are our very best advertisers. QUICK MGAL" STEEL Baaataa. RANUbb aro ou con-stnict- ed scion-tift- o mm 'WP': distributed in sxieh a way as to do tho most good, .inmrv MPA1 " STEEL RANGES nud tlioir materials are aro just ut-goo- heavy ouougu to durablo aud lasting. Tho parts atviinrrflinnPfl nro Tho walls aro so urnll lined with Asbestos that no lmnf ialnst.. it be ing radiated iust whoro neeuea. "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANQES aro made almost entirely of stool, consequently cannot crack find aro stronger. i tho parts where tho most wear is. St. Louis Furnishing Co. Incorporrted. THE COUNTY UNIT BILL. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS. A Careful Perusal will prove Its Each county In tho state shall bo School closed at Sylvan Shade last Value to Every Hickman Reada separte unit in voting on whethFriday and following aro. tho names erer to permit the salo of any intoxioi uiu luur lu tutu feiuuu uau.in highest average for enUro year. Jurisdicaverago man is a doubter, and cating liquor within Its Tho tion, Instead of the precinct as is there Is llttlo wonder that this is so. now provided. No county Ninth Grade or city is Misrepresentations make people skep-Ucexempted. 93.5 Mary Prathor s tho public asks for 92.5 Willlo Henry better evidence than the testimony of If any election is held in tho coun92 strangers. Mary Lou Brasfleld...1 Here is proof which ty; and tho majority of all votes from 8S Robert Shutf should convince overy Hickman read all precincts aro for "dry" then every precinct in the county shall be er. Eighth Grade dry." Ky., says: W. A. Smith, Hickman. On the other hand, if a majority 87 "I can highly recommend Doan's Kid .. Arthur Rose '. SC ney Iluth Hannon Pills, as 1 havo used them for of the voters of tho cunty cast their S4.5 various symptoms of kidney trouble of the voters of tho county cast their Kron Roper 83 and always been greatly benefitted. 1 ballots for tho "wots" ancl there Fannie LIndcr bad pains across tho small of my back are a number of precincts voting for Seventh Grade and in my sides and my kidneys and prohibition shall havo It, while tho 9G.5 bladder were weak, obliging mo to balance Of tho county shall license the Allco Prathcr 94 get up at night. Two boxes of Doan's sale of liquors. Annlo Brasfleld A number of signatures equal to' 91 Kidney Pills cured mo and now I selLillian Maddox h of tho votes cast at tho S3 dom havo occasion to use a kidney Su Snuff latest election are required on a petiremedy." Sixth Grade For salo by all dealers. PrlcoCO tion to bo presented to the county Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, Judge, asking him to call an election 92 cents. Helen Henry 85 New York, sole agents for the Unit- on local option. Tho Judgo must then Clydo LIndcr ca the election. He has no voice SI ed States. Magglo Pruett MURPHY'S MAIL. Remember tho name Doan's and In tho matter at all, but must oboy 83 5 Garland Buckingham th- - mandate. take no other. A frccklo faced girl stopped at the Fourth Grade postoffico and yelled out: "Anything NINETEEN MILES A SECOND. for tho Murpheys? 92 MISSOURI'S. CLASSIC. , Clara Clark "No, thcro Is not," said tho post- Annie Flemings 91 without a Jar, shock or disturbance, master. is the awful speed of our earth through 89 "Every timo I como to town Arthur Shaw my dawg a- - space. We wonder at such ease of "Anything for Jano Murphy?" EC The boys keep klckln' Gladys Pruett nature's movement, and so do thoso roun'. "Nothing." who tako Dr. King's Now Life Pills. Murphy7" Makes no dlffrunco if ho is a houn'. "Anything for Ann No griping, no distress, just thorough MARRIAGE LICENSES. They gotta stop klckln my dowg a- work that brings good health and fino "No." toolings. 25 eta at Helm & Ellison. Granted In Oblon County roun1.. "Anything for Tom Murphy?" Since Our Laat Issue. "No." NOTED HORSE DEAD. "Anything for nob Murphy?" REPELS ATTACK OF DEATH. G. D. Emerson and Vlrgle M. Hays. "No, not a bit." "Five years ago two doctors told R. A. Tyler's famuos stallion Alfred Otha Hughes nnd Carry Ewlng. "Anythli.g for Jerry Murphy?" mo I had only two years to live." Ell Holmes and Clara Crittenden. This startling statement was mnde G., 2:19, Is dead at the ago of 27 "Nothing nt all." by Stlllman Green, Malachite, Col. years. In his dny Alfred G. was ono Virgil Wnrd anld Alma Bugg. "Anything for Lizzie Murphy?" "They told mo that 1 would die of of tho top notchers, and was never Ulycs King nnd Llzzlo Wright. for Pat Murphy, nor Den"No, nor consumption.. It was up to me then out of the money In his racing days. to try tho best lung medicine nnd I nis Murphy, nor Poto Murphy, nor began to uso Dr. King's New Discov- He had been at Oakwood Stock Farm Murphy, nor for John, Jack or Paul If a wagon runs, enn a plank walk? ery. It was well I did, for today I since 1902 and has been a great beneJim Murphy, nor for nny Murphy dead, am working and believe I owe my llfo raising the standard of horses W. E. (Billy) carponter Is now on to this great throat and lung cure fit In living, unborn, nativo or foreign, civIn this section. ilized, savago or barbarous, male or th Job as night operator for the that has cheated tho grave of another victim." It's folly to suffer with female, black or whlto, franchlsed or Cumberland Telephone Co. here. coughs, colds or other throat and lung Sunday, tho 17th, is St. Patrick's. natural or otherwise. dlsfranchlsedi troubles now. Take tho euro mats Nol thore la' positively nothing indisraPiFifpiriiFJiia.'pi safest. Trial Price 50c and $1.00. jjssaefsaeBs.'s bottlo freo at Helm & Ellison. vidually, Jointly severally, now, and forever." LATE, POPULAR The girl looked at tho postmaster Miss Lucllo Bondurant has returned in astonishment and said: "Please from Union City. see If there Is anything for Clarence This is to notify members of Elm Born, Monday to the wlfo of Geo. Murphy." Mack's. National Monthly. Camp No. 3, W. O. W.f that your be paid to T. C. Bondurant Weatherly, a flno 10 pound daughter. dues may Just received, price or al the ot Louis furnishing U). to W. J. Logan returned Sunday from A good treament for a cold settled T A. Stark or H. C. Barrett. RED two weeks business trip along Whlto lu tho lungs is a HERRICIC'S Regular meetings on Wednesday l'RPPER POROUS PLASTER applied nigh't of each week. YOU are urrjed River in Arkansas for tbo Mongol Box Company.. to tho chest to draw out Inflamatlon to be present. HOREHOUND ...a tiat.t.aimvs Miss Mary B. Polbamus arrived or 3 for 50c H McMULLIN, C. C. SYRUP to relax tightness.. You got here Saturday from Nashvillo whoro two remedies for tne pneo oi oo tho T. C. BONDURANT, Clerk sho Is attending school to visit her by buying tho dollar sizo Horehound Syrup; there Is a porous plastor freo parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Polhamus, with each bottlo. Sold by Hickman at' Dorona, a few days. Drug Co. ROLL OF HONOR. s. Now-a-daygen-orouone-fourt- ' 1 ' i p. i ' .. Notice W. O. W. Sheet Music 20c Fethe & French w WLMLN MQR E SMASH NDOWS L'AKE CASE UP AGAIN. Ownership of Reelfoot to be Threshed Out Friday. HICKMAN MOTOR WORKS SOLD. Oarage and Machine Shop Now Owned by Adams Bros. Before the court of civil appeals tills week at Jackson. Tenii., the sec-o-nd legal engagement In tho fight of the State or Tcnnessco for ownership and control of Reelfoot Lake THIRTY ARRESTED AFTER THOU. will be stnged The case has boon et for Friday It Is styled State of SANDS OF DOLLARS' DAMAGE Tennessee ex rel. vs West TennesIS DONE TO SHOPS. see Land Compuny The court of civil appeals will review the celebrated lawsuit on the appeal of the sttite from an adverse JAIL STRIKE IS THREATENED decision of tho chancery court of Obion county At tho Initial trial of the They Suffragettes Will Not Eat Cannot Be With Mr. Pankhurtt Break Many Windows In Parliament. If Adntns Bros., proprietors of the Hickman Plumbing & Tinning Co., purchased last Friday from Hale & Caruthers the Hickman Motor Works. This concern Is a newly established business hero and consists of a garage and machine shop, located at tho rear of Fetho & French's Book Store The deal Includes a lease on the building and machinery and u pur chase of tools and stock. Messrs Adams Inform us that they will procure nn expert direct from on of the big automobile fnctorlcs to FORMERLY OF HICKMAN. Mrs. J. P. Burton, formerly of this city, died at her homo In Ualnsvllle, Texas, last Thursdny rooming. Deceased was a slstor of Mrs. John Wentherly, of Hickman. Speaking of her death, tho Times says: "She was stricken with paralysis Saturday night, and had becii In n critical condition ever since up to the time of her death. "Deceased was over C5 years of age and had long been a resident of Her husband and herGrnlnsville self at one time operated the Chickasaw Hotel on N Commerce street "Sho left surviving her a husband and the following children, Mrs. J. N. FIVE YEARS AGO KltOM T1IR COURIER FILKH Hickman, Earthquake shocks wcro f nwn. Hickman had her first "horse ping day." Clarenco Coruin left for Hattes',. Miss., to work. Owen Kirby, telephone liu. l.j left lllckuinti, Born to E, K, Reeves and w fine boy; weighs H pounds. Goalder Johuson caught Coin- n at MouphU. Hart excaped Juu L Hickman Baud was gutting r to put ou the opeu air spring Marvin Stephenson, rlfllug U. S. mall. u r mwgmxvtsw a Spring Suits That Are Smart Must Be Made To Measure Are you thinking about your Easter suit? You're wise to do so, as the new Spring fabrics are all here in a handsome and beautiful variety of novelty patterns and color tones. And if you have never worn an International Suit the amount of smart tailoring, fit and correct style in one of them will be a revelation to you. cort. London, Mar. B. Suffragettes Mon day resumed their window-smashincampaign. Twonty of the principal shops4n the Konslngton and Knliats Bridge districts were visited by the "ventilating squad," and before tho police could Interfere the sidewalks were littered with broken glass and coveral thousand dollars' worth of property bad been destroyed. Thirty women were arrested. On the way to prison they sang and loudly proclaimed that they would oontlnue their tactics as soon as they wero free. The police admitted Monday that the) would be unable to prevent similar outbreaks unless all of the moving spirits In the militant wing of the votes for women organisation were imprisoned. It s Impossible to detail sufficient officers to protect the downtown stores. If the police were centered in the business districts the smaller stores In the uptown sec on would bo at tho mercy of the suffragettes, the police said. A woman was arrested early Monday for throwing a bundle of burning oil shaTings Into the general postof-feShe la supposed to be a suffragette. One hundred suffragettes, who were remanded for trial when they were arraigned Saturday, charged with par- g ticipation In window breaking Friday, are giving the authorities no end of SI trouble at the Old Bailey. When they were refused permission to be quartered with Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurtt and the otuer suffragettes who have been spnteryed they smashed the Jail windows, tore up the bed clothing and sang the Marseillaise to the accora-panlimof a hideous din made by bi'iiiim their tin dishes against the cll The demonstration lasted for hours. wri tli in two Monday threatened anThe women other "hunger strike" unless they were ullowed to be with Mrs. Pank-burg e. nt st E. R. ELLISON 1 carrier, was arrested ou chars,. A. E. Kennedy resigned his lUiu with Helm & EUUon to a u place in Jones Goto. - a Cnyco , n, l. Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE This store is different from the others in that we each and every customer on the same terms and at the same price. A child can buy here as safely as the shrewd- - ft est bargain hunter. If to sell to gj A union revival wa In progr- j tho court house, being conducted Evaugellst Marvin Harris. Chaa. Beckham killed a uuw. cd llobluson at No. 8. Tho lit. was forced on Charlie, who exonerated by tho court. Tom King, ago 12, died in i. bottom. Ho was u brother of two young ladles who died i , samo afternoon a week before on, Miss Molllo Bourne took coat Smith & Aiubcrg'o mllliuory dt lucut, Mlw Elizabeth Nash at i xor &. DodUs and Miss Ltllio llu at K C. lUco's. City council mot present M Dillon, Counclluien, buuntii, u week, Edmonds Hoiw andtoru Tho pollco forco was reduced lj Ing off Hammond and Baiurd was aUo agreed to furnish a lion for the $00,000 tncinona, k way at tho city cemetery, ujk. celpt of dimensions, as requt- i m McKlnuoy, r Mr. Roy the U. D. C. Dan lUco was a. 12.60 for looking after airoei Ui . , ft Step in and view the display and find out more about them . . t the child makes a mistake and gets K the wrong things the goods may be returned. n-p- CLAYTON NEWS. . MILLET I ALEXANDER I They Make Clothes RiBHHHHHHBaH 96,800 BUSHELS CORN. This Is What Has Been & 1 For the reason that we get cash for all our goods as sold, we can afford to and do give better values on all lines of mere handi receiving frequent shipments of new w merchandise for the coming season, all of which is marked & in plain prices at our usual low figures for quick selling. Little A. E. Caldwell is qu at this writing.. Tread Robertson returned Nashville last week wboro b. chased his spring goods. A. 1. Cloar was In Obion week visiting hid brother, Lige nnd to dehorn somo cattlo Mrs Stanflcld Is visiting J(x Council this week who has U for somcUmu and Is reported & tur at this writing. S K Barnes was In lllinour week In search of his brother, I who went to Missouri ji few ngo to buy some hogs and catt has not been heard from slnci ' S Just now we are Shipped During Past Week. suffragette meeting scheduled is expected to attract thousands of woNotwithstanding a general shortwindow-smashintactics age in last season' corn crop, Hick- men The man shippers hare been active dur- arr to be defended by numerous Six thousand police have ing the past ten days. Four boats speakers Three States, City of Peoria May been detailed to preserve order. Stewart and the Dixie have been Breaks Windows In Parliament collecting corn from points up and A suffraRette, armed with a haao-me- r, loading into tho down the river and Monday afternoon Bmashed sov-e- n N. C. & St. L. care for shipment to Nashville. windows in the house of lords beAgent R. B. Johnson tells a Courier fore she was overpowered by policerepresentative that he has billed out men. Tho woman carried the hamduring the past ten days eighty-eigmer In her muff and was not suspectcars, averaging 1100 bushels to ed by the police until they heard the the car. This embraces corn brought crash of shattered glass. in by boats only; although a number of cars have been loaded by regular grain dealers. The 88 cars of corn is Mrs. C. D. White Jr., and HtUo equivalent to OG.SOO bushels, worth daughter, Mary Earl left Tuesday CCc a bushel or a total of ?G3,888. for their homo in Brookland, Ark. This figure does not represent any- Thoy were accompanied as far as thing like the total amount of corn Nowbern, Tonn., by her sister, Mrs. shipments; a largo amount is yet to Hattlo Luttrell. be handled, to say nothing of what Motors aro being Installed right has been previously marketed. Get in the band wagon If you want good sorvice by operating maA bill to put sugar on the free list chinery with electricity. and another to extend the corporans Electric fans can bo tion tax of 1 per cent to Include co- many months In the year operated as desired, partnership and individuals having system. an Income of J5.000 a year were rati- under the new day and night fied by tho House Democratic caucus. Six more cases of smallpox has developed at Water Valley. Tho epi Governor McCreary yesterday sign- demic started 'there last week with ed the Glennn Confederate Pension two cases. 1)111. As It has an emergency clause and become a law at once. It pays J. J. C. Roper has poctponed his Confederate soldiers flO per month. salt until March 12. A g ht I Everyone is invited to come and come again, stay and look as long as you like. Make yourself at home at all times. x Jocd another 3mK$S22g look after tho repair work on cars. When the river goes down again, they expect to build an Incline from the building to the river bank (o enable them to haul launches to their Jlndoor ways," thus facilitating tho work on small water craft. The firm will continue as tho Hickman Motor Works. vsmmssm Nlslar nnd Mrs. I) B Donmnn, of Onlnaville, James Burton, of Oallns. and Josoph Burton, of Mineral Wells Tho son at Mineral Wells could not reach her till today, but tho bnl lanco of tho children wore all with her In her Illness. "Mrs. Burton was 'born In Hickman, Ivy., In 1817. In 18G3 sho married J. P. Burton. Thoy moved to Toxas in 18G5 and have lived in Cook past twcnty-flvyears. ROTHSCHILD SHOT ON STREET county thobeen Sho had a member of the Christian church for 35 years and hor Attempt Made to Take Financier's religious llfo was a good oxamnlo be Life In London Assailant fore nil who knew her. A good woman has gono to her reward." Arrested. The ladles of this commune quilling party la day at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs mon Cloar'a which wus at with about twenty ladles and quilted out a couplo of quilts i middle of tho afternoon. An t dinner was cru-- at tho nooi, which was greatly enjoyed i and many thanks to Mr. and Cloar for their hospitality in to make ench nnd ovory one good time. d ' ii- Se Careful We are installing a "DAY CIRCUIT," and our lines will carry 2300 volts of electricity twenty-fou- r hours per day. Telephone and Telegraph employees are especially warned to avoid contact with our system. case, before Chancellor McKlnney, at Union City, last fall the chancellor held In favor of the contentions of the West Tennessee Land Company, from whom the commonwealth is at tempting to wrest tho title to tho his toric body of water. Tho argument of tho case before tho appellate court hero will bo a brilliant legal clash. Exhaustive and claborato briefs have been propared by both sides and somo of the stnte'a ablest lawyers will match cloquenco and logic In the presentation of the, lawsuit to tho court. Interest In tho progress of tho lawsuit has been stnte wido since tho suit was instituted by tho state In tho chancery court of Obion county last year. Tho West Tennessee Land Company has claimed ownership of tho lake for a number of years, but Its control has been disputed by the fishermen who Inhabit the region. The fishermen denied the right of the land company to control tho fishing prlvilcgo of lake, which would rob thorn of meat and bread, and It was this dlsputo that brought on the nightrlder outbreak in 100S. The disturbances in the lake region, which were quieted by tho state militia, directed tho attention of tho legislature to tho controversy ovor the ownership of tho lako and after tho movo had been agitated for a year or two tho state began stops under legislative authority to establish state ownership and control of tho property. The case, which comes up on the recall docket, has been set for Friday, but It may take all of Monday for completion of the argument. Tho continuous day and night elec- RIVER: 41.5 feet on Cairo guiyt and falling. McKeo Johnon returned fron, vlllo this morning. WEATHER: Thursday cloudy unsettled; Friday probably fair This year the vernal equina occur ou March 20th, Instead I'lut Spring also opens on th C. M. Blilhclmer.clcrk to th oral foreman In tho I C r yards at Fulton, died at Dora Thursday. "i ' Hickman Ice & Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager to do death. will bo charged all the time with 2300 volts, which 1? sufficiently strong Bo careful. tric light service will start about Monday. It Is not untimely to warn our citizens against coming In contact with "live wires" slnco they great bouuy norm, li not light and water bills aro duo and payablo on the 10th of the month. y J. J. C. Roper has postponed hla sale until March 12. Subscribe tot tt Cearlw. Tho following were fined i In Judgo Rnnley'a court this w k London, Mar. E. Leopold Roths chnrgo .of breach of peace I1 child, one of the best known finan- SURVEYOR8 REACH HICKMAN stock, W. K. Neighbors. Red Interurban Party Winds Up ciers of England, was shot at twice on nnan. Walter Flowers was olso t 210, Mile Line Today. $5 for spitting on tho pontofflte ' the street here. Both shots missed This Is the first conviction In !' " fire, but a detective standing noar by man for that offense. Mnny " was badly wounded. A party of olght surveyors, running a preliminary Hue for tho new have carelessly committed the i Illinois Democrats to Meet April 19. Intomrbiin lino from Unlontown to offonsc, but Mowers Is the first Chicago, Mar. G. Announcement Hickman, a dlstnnco of 210 inllo. to bo pinched for JL was made Monday by tho Democratic finished their work when tho roach-eUnder tho new Primary el' late J state commltteo, in session at tho Ho- nnd Hlcktnnn tho yesterday ovonlng, law there will bo no nrimnr drove extremo southern prior to AuKust. 1913. excent '! ' tel Sherman here, that the Democrat- Btnko this morning ic state convention will be held at roud JntersecU tho near whero stato trlcts or counties whero nctloi rallrond In East ready has been taken by party Peoria, April 19. Hickman. mlttecs. Candidates for counn (' Tho routo is practically an air line flees nro making anounccmeni 'n Iowa Editor Ends Life, from Moscow to Hickman, crossing netnsen, la.. Mar. 6. J, P. Kclffer, the W. A. nnd .W. D. Luten farms, ready all over tho state, though nr ' olectlon will not tnko placo editor of the toll Enterprise, shot and A. M Lunsford Owen Bros.. Joo Hon. November, 1013, and tho prni killed hlinxelf here In a room above cr. W. H. Treas. Will stoM. in. ennnot bo hold prior to August 1"' his nowspapor office. Kelffer leaves Roper, Albert Ropor, S. L. Roystcr." Tho political parties will select t'i- ' a widow nnd four children. He was i uiw point a turn was mndo on tickets on tho samo day ovory wh'"' account of high wntor and tho lino Republicans will tnko no part in mnk CO years old. "uKa on to town merely to get Ing Democratic nomlnntlonB and vice grades, etc. Tho lino will, however, versa. cross Mud Creek mllo More snow nnd sleet; we've had above tho brldgo nbout one-hal- f and follow an nlr While In tho St. Louis markets every kind of weather this week lino Into tho Industrial Lenguo this week, O. O. 8mlth nsked nomc except good weather. Tho "oldest grounds. of tho business men nbout the SI is Inhabitant" never saw It worso at Supt. Fullerton snv hv ihn ir.h dralppl Valley Transportation Co, this timo of tho year, but It Is opto- - two pnrtles will be put yenrs oko In tho whoso agent misuc enougn to predict thnt when a iij raiino tno permanent survey, field soliciting and was hero two Belling stock In th and break comes wo may oxpect a contin- that Uicy oxpect to bogln construe-tlo- n now boat lino. Mr. Smith was R uation of genuine spring weather, folwork not inter than tho last of en to understand that tho concern had lowed by good crops and plenty of iJUIIU. at pre8 tho of a skln-gam- o fruit. In thnt caso we pardon tho Tho company Is anxious for a good ont. Quito a good deal of stock was weather man. rlyer connection nnd will probably sold in Hickman,, and tho organic In' their lino between Mrs. A. M. Tyler and Mlas Lou Inn and what Is known ns tho Hlckmnn tlon was endorsed horo by tho "camel R. T. Tyler and other good busing Atwood spent Tuesday afternoon in a goxi if?" ,T,hcy alIeoly have a contract men, who bollevcd It was might b union uity. with a west Kentucky coal company Mr. Information, It to haul 30 cars of coal a day to tho well Smith's u for those still owing tho Wo are showing somo nice Havi. river nt Hickman. pany to hold up on the payment oi land dinner sets. Hickman Hardwaro their notes unUl something dcflnlto V. Somo slushy and sloppy, thank you. la done. 1 d r car-mark- s wwer- - -- rr ....it f. "pwij p J -- A "TJr'wl'W ,, ..f - 'H"t"nii.iii,i.tlitiitiilli,) $&ti ifff Day current. Moving Heard On the Street .i, ,i,,n III III II II A M"l"M"M"t"M"l"M"M""ll I Picture $22.C0 Saturday night. Itango at Hickman When we tell you that it's time to order Spring and Summer clothes, we aren't telling you anything original, but when you let us show you the new woolens and fash- Three. Button Seo uw, M, Oaltber Jones, of Union City, was "i-j- j auuuuy. John Dcoro uinn that Watch This ItMtViJC' now. co. Disc Harrows. Hick- - Both Curltn wns over from UnJoa v,ujr, yesterday. Seo that new Cotton King. mun iiuw. m. Hick Straight 10I1S TITOm Front Sack, No. 78S ED. V. PRICE & CO. Merchant Tailors, Chicago. you'll see everything original that will be worn by the best dressed men in the entire country. It don't cost as much as you might expect to have us take your measure and deliver the finest custom tailoring. J. J. C. Roper has postponed his ib until marcn iz. James Cunningham was hero from u.iiuii -- uy .nonuay. J. J. C RODAP has nnninnnmil Mm i6 uniii nnarcn iz. Mrs. Durso Doss, of Dorena, wan "uro .iionuay snopping. ou pay ior wnat you got on a III meter, no moro flat rates. Sam Wade, of Union City, was I o omuruny on nusinoss. III Miss Wright, of Mnyfleld, is tho huun. oi .urs. u. 11. Wilson. Don't play with electric wires, they .ii .ouu voiis or electricity. III Miss Crabtrec, nurso from Nash' vino, is attending Mayor Dillon. H.-- rM Jl M. - iuvtstu.4. J.1Cem.L iirAA WWCCIi iinnouncemeni II ,T - C1 w T Sm J T Jw WW 11 1t I f llfl f! wnere viuaiuy iteigns nigner man rnce. a T" II ii T. T Sullivan Is In Hopklnsvllle, . mis week visiting his sister D. II. Wilson returned this wook irom a uusiness trip from St. Louis II' $10.00 buys a 20 Inch stool beam Oliver or 12 Vulcan. Hickman Hdw. nj J Co REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. Dodds Baltzer & Incorporated D. G. Co. The Store That Leads. RIAL ESTATE. T CIRCUIT COURT. i i r . M K Hill i tho I C. H. II In his petition, pkilutff states that ho bought a ticket for Wlngo from Ful-to,1 and that the trainmen agreed to slow the train down at n hill six miles from Wator Valley so that he could go to the home of his father-in-lafor tho night He slates that he waa standing on the platform of t: the caboose when the train a local And. $!50. M Jonc to W. 1. Jefferlos, freight gate a lurch and ho was thrown to the ground, breaking sev - and lot In Cnycc, $550. I. Ilarbbr ol to Mrs. Sarah eral bonen and otherwise bruising He sues for and wounding htm lota Pulton, $2250. l Lwch to C. M. & O. Ry.. $1000 damages which ho olalma Is duo him on account of tho negligence i' ct way In bottom, $1 otc. crew . till Mlllor to T. lobs and carelessness of the train ( n . 1 1 Thompson to F. O. Burkott, rulrhflold, 1100. lunnolt to John WaUon lot Hi.kiuan, 1150. 1'nnow ct nl to A. F. Olhcr ,n.d lot In West Hickman $700. Waggoner to J. V. Honey. In- i, land, $3000. faction to CUvo Williams, 3G M ..gel View $185. BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES. Hr Jim. T. Duffoy, Jr., land- Hickman yesterday afternoon off tholr engineer, a Mr. yesterday was scalded A plug blow out of thu throwing bolting water over who was standing near Ty-nti- o Ilov. II. II. Wlllams, of Columbus. will preach at the Baptist church In Hickman on Wondncsday evening. March 13 All members of the church are urged to bo preseut Ky. nr FLYER WRECKED THIRD Not One Pssssnger TIME Irasclblo Squirrel, lloyntor & Co Injured When the Pennsylvania Elghteen-Hou- r Train Leavea Rail. Upptr Sandusky, O., Mar. It r speeding westward at C5 mllea sd hour the Pennsylvania line's New lorMhttsgo Ubour train was wreckm! Monday at Olenvtlle, a aldln. Bucyrus and Upper San-- i sky This la tho third time the has been wrecked within three V tn frr tk ihreucb one ot tho Inexplicable alt unions that sometimes come about to railroading, none of the orew or ptsamxers was killed, the worst any lufcfdd being bruises. The wreck hapened about four w! en east of Nevada, where four t'ulrmen and two passengers were VI ifd and ten others Injured when train No 16, a solid Pullman, collided, lions of Oakwood Slock Farm, from It. A. Tyler. This slalllon will be found at Itoyster & Co's. stable during the coming season. Thoy also iitirph.iml Knllv Star, one of tho fin est Jacks jn the country from the samo party. It Is fortunate lor mo stockmen of this section that those flno nnlmnls wero not told to partlos nt n distance Tim limine lmlldlnc season Is a- bout hore and V. A Dodds authorlres us to state that ho is recohlng big shipment! of lumber dally If you contemplate building or repairing, let him flguro on jour bill Ho guaran tees to soil ou lumber at as low irn--o- s as anybod) quality considered ono of the flno stal- have purohased Mr and Mrs. Jas. M. Solf entertained Wednesday morning in honor of llltlo UniUo Self. Those present were Dr. II. B. Prat her, Mrs. J. A Stubbs, Mrs. C I Hagnn Mrs. II C Malson.Mrs S. M Powltt nnd Mrs. S II Ilrown. Tho reUvnl which wns started at December 24, 1810. Sunday, The wreok waa the third of a se- East Hickman Chapel last was discontinued on account of bad rin of which trainmen believe to be weather Itev W C. Swopo was to Inevitable after tho first one baa havo conducted tho services Spring is Coming Don't worry about your Harness, I have the goods to sell and the beauty of it is I have the price so you can "get by." Don't forget the Harness man when you get ready to buy. PHONE 154 Hickman Harness Co. No. 80. One lot 76x160 in Southern Heights, with privilege of additional ground If wanted. Small barn on lot. Tho Cmbroldcry Club will meet Walks, light and water at front of Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. M. property. Hubbard No. 81. Two residences on lot 100 Judging from tho present condition by 180. One List your real estate with the house, one 4- of Clinton street, aro you in favor of room bouse. Located on Troy avenue. Courier; if we don't sell it, it doesn't Moving Pictures Saturday night. paving it? TO MOTHERS AND OTHER3. Well Improved and In good neighbor cost you anything. It. It. Uurnett Is s laying in D. P. hood. Small house rents at $8 and Uolbovltz's clothing storo this week large at $16. during his absence residence, No. 82. Nice Miss Kfflo Uruor was tho guest of bath, etc. Located on corner lot. Mr and Mrs. Carl Shclton, In Greenthree blocks from business secfield, Tenn., Saturday and Sunday. tion. Lot CCx99. Ira Green arrived hero Monday No. 83." Nice corner lot In Henry from Alabama on a visit to his sis Addition. Large enough for two tors, Misses Marie and Homer Green. We are installing machinery for the purpose Louses, or one house and good garMiss Mary n. Pol humus returned den. Located near northern extremof changing all of our electrical system to the alto school at Nashvlllo Wednesday af- ity of the addition. ternating current ter a few days lslt with her par. No. 84. Residence of 8 rooms locat ents at Dorena. ed In heart ot business section. Flno The "direct current," which has existed in the The Str. Sprngue, the largest on location for business man. $2600 inland waters, passed Hickman yesbusiness district for the operation of electric fans, terday with a monster fleet of coal cash will swing deal. ' will be abolished. enrouto to Now Orleans. No. 85. 1280 acres cut over Umber Thn Courier hn a small auanitv of land In Cash river bottom; does not All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices, government seed which will bo hand- overflow, fine Mil and tine body ot motors, etc, can be operated twenty-fou- r hours ed out to subscribers of thla paper lanJ. Would make dandy farm when upon application at our omco. miles from railroad; 15 cleared. Two per day. CUvo Williams and Mrs. Mlnnlo miles from JoncBboro, Ark. WIU 611 Williams wero married at tho Court all or part ot tract tor half cash on Parties owning direct current fans will do House Saturday by Judge Naylor long tlmo payments. Price per acre well to list them for sale, as they will not operate Tho groom !o a son of the late Dal $16. Easily worth $60 when cleared. las Williams. on the new current. Jo. 86. Farm ot 93 acres, 50 In Rates of tho American Express cultivation, rest timber. All high, All current will be measured by meter. company aro practically three times dry bottom land, under wire fence, the first class freight rates of house, large barn, two according to tho testimony of good President Hradlcy, of that company wells, small orchard, soil dark loam. Farm will produce tine corn, cotton, Bx. Sheriff J. T. Seat and wife Quarter mile from havo gono to Caruthersville, Mo., to hay, fruits, etc. J. T. DILLON, Manager reside. Slnco going out ot offlco Mr railroad atatlon. Price $45 with term Seat has been In the grocery business If wanted. Near Jonesboro, Ark. In East Hickman with O. L. Carpon-tor- . No. 87. Forty acre farm, 35 acres In cultivation; 10 acres bottom, The Missionary lnstituto held at house, barn, ridge. Good Union City, Tuesday, Is reported as good water, on 2 public roads, fine having been n very interesting sesmile to sion Itev G. W Wilson and Itodeny land. Near school and half Eakcr wero In attendance from railroad station, 6 miles from JonesHickman. boro. Fine fruit and poultry farm; evening Miss Myrtlo alas cotton and corn, etc. Price On Saturday Walker ontcrtalned Informally at two $27.50 an acre; terms If wanted. Although weather tables of "COO." miles No. 88. Flno old farm, 2 was stormy and bad, the evening southeast of Hickman on Dresden wns enjoynbly spenj. A salad course" road. Contains 190 acres flno land, was served. well Improved. liaises fine cotton, U, D. Vnndergriff left this mornNOW BLOOMS IN otc. Wo aro not going ing for Kansas City, Mo., where he corn, wheat farm. will bo engaged In tho automobile to make a long talk about this business. Mr. Vnndergriff has been It will bear close Inspection, and we OUR MILLINERY assistant engineer on tho Str. Mongol aro going to sell It. Wo will sell tho Company. Ilox whole place together; we will sell DEPARTMENT Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery 130 acres ot It or wo will soil 65 Club wore entertained on Friday af- acres. Part cash, balance to suit ternoon of last week at tho homo of purcbasor. Mrs. A. A. Paris. Besides the club No. 89. Nice residence within eaiy members there wero several visitors. reach of business section, no hills to A salad courso was aiTvod. climb. Is renting at $15 a month Suitable for home or gilt edge Inllegular services at tho first M. Trimmed Hats in great House has six rooms next Sunday morning and vestment. 2 upstairs; newly painted and Hickman evening. Services nt East great variety here for early You now roof. Concreto walks, city water Chapel every Friday evening. of these located on good street nnd splendid Spring wear. They are aro Invited to nttond all New residences on neighborhood. Ilov G. W. Wilson, pastor. medium, light and dark both sides. Based on Hickman values, Only ono case wns tried beforo this nlnro la worth S1S00. but if tak Judgo Naylor this week, which Is en at once, it can be bought tor $1250 straws, and trimmed to rather remarkable, as the Judgo has down, naiance to suit every face. had about all ho could handle since No. 90. Four lots, each 50x150 the first of tho year. J. wr wauou foot, ongoodlovel ground In Southern sued Mrs. Mcintosh on forcible de- n..li-lit- j nrnnrt strcnt In front, con- tho croto walks on both sides, water- tainer. Tho court found for plaintiff. The new high crown is strongly in effect, as are also win mains ana sower airenay in. Kentucky sell one or more lots to suit purTho mombers of tho the Sailor shapes. This property comes under Club aro not taking tho Interest chaser. special restrictions no negroe3 no they should tnko In tho organization. surraco ciosets, no resiuenco io com Lajt Friday night was set as tho $1,000. Best residence sec- tlmo for an adjourned meeting and less than Mnn In Hlnlrmnn with nn rltv taxes. there wero barely a baker's dozen This addition was opened last year no thore, and according to eight new houses have gone up; buslneBa could bo transacted. PoBtal and go up mis spring. cards havo been mailed each membor otnors win nnming tomorrow (Friday) night as For further Information, apply at Everybody tho tlmo of inoctlns. wi BB tho Courier otfioe. i f sp come. d m Miss Lou Barry, of Now Madrid, has Iwen visiting Mrs. T. A. Ied-for- Brse Ward received a car load ot new buggies and surrles yesterday to bo used in his new livery barn. Bo neighborly, bo obliging, be kind and courteous, and then when sorrow and sickness come you will have sympathy and help. - announce Wo aro authorized to Judge Allen Barkley, ot Paducah, McCracken county, Ky., as a candidate to represent the First congressional district of Kentucky in the lower branch ot the United States congress, subject to the action of he democratic party. A CHANGE! rati-rend- s, Hickman Ice & Coal Co. bal-anc- o Spring's Early) Millinery bo-lo- ono-tnir- d u. Wn 4. s Smith & Amberg; y i i IH j" i- - r )? wm a WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? One Thing I Do By Rev. P. Rcccord, Pa-tof Church of Unity, Springfield, Mass. Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, Spc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. I . , f- -- n E or I lecfe We tamers Business the redemption of human life and of human society through the cultivation and diffusion of a gonulnely religious spir it and character. The real test of the worth of any church members Is his ability to put first things first and keep them there. And foremost among these first things is the Institution of public worship. Church attendance Is the first duty to be entered upon and the last to be given up, tor It Is dynamic to them all. With this duty fulfilled we shall be all the better prepared to serve In other departments of the associated life of the church. This community needs the service or a liberal Christian church. This church needs the services of liberal Christian men and women These two needs must be met togethor or not at all. if we fall In our duty to the church, the church must fall In Its duty to the community As we meet together after the vacation period can we not say,- "This thing I do; by the grace of (led one nnd with tho strength that he baa given I will do all In my power to make this church a more efficient factor In this community and la tbe world " Led by the Eye That Never Sleeps. "1 will guide tbee with mine eye." (Ps 3! 8 ) When we are In the dark God can and will seo for us. When led ho can see. a blind man by a friend may walk as safely as any one. We LW Ps JBSM U)AY DREAMS ff .. -ViS-tvtflWH, j &2z2LX&Tm Ht- - - & tr .fc" TEXT-U- ut S.U. one thing I Never Come 1 If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. Incorporated A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public Will practice in all Courts of the State. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Office over Rice's Shoe Store The Purpose of an Advertisement Is to serve your needs. It will help sell your goods talk to the Is a reference guide to those whose wants are worth supplying. reach. An advertise ment in this paper peoplo you want to If you always laugh at the other mtn'i joke Tou'll win great popularity. So laugh at h Jest till you almost choke- -It la UK And then you'll nod as you go through lite Thua spreading" your frivolity, That you'll be famed aa a man who's rife Jollity. Wltn If his Joke be chaff And not so very humorous. Remember this, that the folk who laugh Are not so very numerous. And, oh, my boy. If this man be great And his Joke be Then laugh yourself to a parlous state Though you'd prefer a pillory. a untie charity. The life of St. Paul Is a conspicuous example of the power of a fixed purpose. For yenra he was the most hated and feared of all the enomles of the Infant church. And yet when converted to the new faith he became as ardent in Its advocacy as be had heon zealous In Its persecution. The same concentration of effort and focusing of energy which gave us Saul the persecutor gave us alio Paul tbe apostle. Take away this power of concentration and he might have held the same convictions, but tbey would have been powerloss for either good or 111 A large part of the tragedy nnd pathos of the world comes from the exlstenco of so many vthougbtleas, purposeless lives. Talented men and women fall to attain tho goal to which they aspire through too great diffusion of effort and dissipation of energy. In the field of mechanics we l have the man who Is trades and consequently good at none. In business we have the Industrial vans-bon- d who drifts from one position to another and never makes good In any one. In collego or university life we have the student who comes almost to the end of his college career before he gains any adequate Idea of why he la there and then looks back with regret over a long array of wasted opportunities. The only remedy for the perversion or many a good and wholesome Institution Is the concentration of all one's powers and faculties upon what Is vital and essential to the Institution itself. As we open the doors of our public schools wo need to remind ourselves and those to wbom we Intrust our children that a system of Instruction which stores the mind with facts. but falls to impart strength of will and strenuousness of purpose Is barren. ,ad as we open the doors of our Sunday schools and churches we seed to remamber that a religious Institution which makes the supreme end of Its existence anything but tbe cultivation of a religious spirit and the application of that spirit to life is jnck-of-al- BaBHHaasaflBOsl-- - rie i Without A Bank Account cmiIi.i lw. iyi 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 hot possess one. why delay any longer in taking the first step toward success? The Peoples Bank Solicits Your Patronage. C. B. TRAVIS, Cashier. (si have often seen one led about through crowded streets by his wife, and be always had a happy confident smile on bis fsce, for be knew that every step taken .was being directed by one who loved blm, nnd who could plainly see they way It tould be that way with us It we would only trust mora In the Eyes of the Lord for guidance, and not grope along alone In doubt and misgiving The Sabbith. Sabbath desecration and false notions of personsl liberty embarrass Uiose who would maintain a regard for tlev Cctirge tbe American Sabbath B. Dalcs. Presbyterian St Paul CAUSE FOR ALARM. HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 14 i KHTA1II.IHIIKI) TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. Nueceewr to II. O. lUmmtit, deceased Marble and Granite I Monuments CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky Business ST. PAUL'S Directory ASK FOR RATES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services: Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion Every 'lit Sunday. W. J. McMURRY Attorney-at-La- Offlee la LaClede Building on corner. Hickman, Ky. DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELO Dentlit Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 2. Hickman, Ky. HICKMAN Funeral FURNITURE O. Directors and Embalmers. 20 day or night. Hickman, Ky. DAIRY Phone WOOOLAWN A. H. Lest, Proprietor. The only dairy in Fulton County. te Hickman Furnishing Company Undertakers Hearse and driver furnished on short notice geon's Knife. sayed: "Jones said to me " stopped him by beThe Peoria, III. "I wish to let every one ginning a vivacious account of a di- know whatLydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable vorce suit that was about to be filed. Compound has done The man now became somewhat Deev- forme. Fortwoyeara sister-in-la- keeps itself too remote from human life, that it does not concern IteeU sufficiently with the pracUeal details life. We are teld taat it of every-damust enlarge its function and diversify Its activity. It should champion this phllanthrophy and espouse that If you always laugh at the other man's reform. Its ministers should become Jest experts in scientific agriculture or la With wild and long hilarity. crlU-clsHe'll say he knew you had long post economics or sociology. The may be Just. It is possible that seised That most Impressive rarity there has been too treat a gulf beA. sense of what Is the gist of wit tween religion and life, between the And humorous analysis-Th- en lnstltuUoas. church and other-humcome again with an ancient bit It is well for the country minister to That has senile paralysis I know something of scientific farming and for the city minister to know Scored at Last. something of economies and sociology, "Jones said to me " but for either of them to regard thla The nan began to tell It, but In as the essence of his ministry and tanUy his wife Interrupted him with therefore as the supreme business of a remark of her own, which introduo- - j cnuroa would be nothing- - short of ed some comment from her sister, I . minmitT. Th church has no right who wan at the table. When silence . worn so daenlr Interested la sub- came, tbe man began again. ordinate eadaand aims that it ne "Jones said to me " broke in at once The sister-in-lawith a statement about one of the neighbors who was still wearing her last season's dress, and this led to a discussion of the fashions. When a lull came, the man started again: "Jones said to me " The wife Immediately began telling her sister something she had forgot ten to tell her that morning, and the How Mrs. Reed of Peoria, III., man sat and waited until the telling Escaped The Surwas completed. Once more he asy an It matters not sterile. It is often said that the caurca Lois ef Appetite or DUtress After Est. Ins a Symptom Thst Should Not Ce Oliregerdtd. Apreilto I Juki n natural desire for footl 1j.. uf uiHuie or stomach distress nrter eailm: ludl-ntIndication or ilynNiiit U n habit very ilaiiKcruiis to a person's good geu e Otor-tMilu- lieulili It Is not wbut you rot, but what you (Ukc.hI ami assimilate tlmt dor ou pood Bomo of the strongest, beurlest, mil Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY and healthiest Witt' IK iiereotLs aro modrrnto SAVED FROM AN OPERATION Ish, and devoted himself to his din- -' Rough Lumber Tor Sale... Dimension Stuff cut to order on Short Notice. silence and said sweetly: "Did you say that Mr. Jones told you something, dearf "Yes. Jones said to me that ho never could finish a sentence at homo.' ner. At length his wife noticed bis on his h&tbrlm and the bruise from aa old shoe under his left ear Is boarding the train a number of individuals make a rush for blm, drag him Mill located on Dresden Road through the station, tearing his clothing, trampling upon 2 -2 miles east of Hickman. ly hurling him into ahis hat, and finalwaiting carriage. Mrs. Lynch Also Avoided If you are in need of anything "Stop!" says an officer. "What la Operation. the meaning of this?" in this line, see Jessup, Pa. "After tbe birth of my "Say," says the spokesman of the kidnapers, "we are all married men, fourth child, I had severe organic inflam Dr. J. M. HUBBARD and this fellow has been tho leader mation. I would hftvo such tcrriblo pains of the merry crowd that has placarded that it did not seem as though I could our trunks and otherwise made us feel stand it This kept up for three long like victims of the Inquisition. We months, until two doctors decided that ' an operation was needed. are Just getting even with him " I I , Subscribe "Thenonoof my friends recommended "ThM'p onmiri IT ffl... "All I ask Is that you take him to the Lv1Ia, E Plnkhwn'g- Vegetable Com- w IB edge of town and aaar him so his valla pounuana nneruiKingiiior iwomomra rAflsK Joseph A. I was a well woman. "-won't be too loud." - L.YNCH, Jeseup, ra. tj' i Women who suffer from female Ills Get the best at Hickman Furniture should try Lydia E. Pinkhnm's VegetaCo ble Compound, one of tho most success, 1,000 Black Locust Fence Posts for f ul remedies tbe world has ever known, sate, at 26c each. See Walter Get your Furniture at Hickman before submitting to a surgical opera 1- Just aa the young man with the rice Retribution. I suffered. The doctor said I had a tumor nnd tho only remedy was the surgeon's knife. My mother bought me Lydia E. I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound, and today I am a well and UsCsT m WTI '111 fl healthy woman. For months I suffered from inflammation, and your Sanative Wash relieved me. I am glad to tell anyone what your medicines have done for me. You can use my testimonial in any way you wish, and I will be glad Jo answer letters." Mrs. Christina Reed, 105 MounJ St, Peoria, 111. 'i nV"Kt?sB ti Mil - iivii '"J?" NOT sHtllf .. Mrs. Mc-Mirr- y, Fur-nKu- re tvt Hickman, tfo O. tita. MitKirroitH Theni I nothing that will cause It. M. IHLRll J.J.O. IlONimUAKT more trouble thin n disordered stomII, T. DAVIH OKO. Il.TIIHKI.KKM) ach, and many people dally contract Dr.J.M. HUIIIIAIII) T.A.I.KDPOItn serloiit mnlndle simply through div HKNIIY HANCIKIl regard or nbu of tbe stomach. We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, nnd We nrpe nil who suffer from anyl stomnrh dernnRCiucnL ltidlRitllon. or offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent dysrwnsln- - whether arutf or chronic, with sound banking. to try Hftnll ljspcrln Tablet, with the distinct undcntnndlng thnt wr-- will INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS refund their motley without nnestlon or foruinllly. If after reasonable uko of they nrc not pcrfecUy thin mud-lne- . J. J. d. IIONDUIIANT, President j, a. THOMl'HON, (Vubler II. 0 KAMADK, Asst Cashier satlifled with tho result We recora I to our ctufomen every mend them day, nnd hso yet to bear r,t any one who has not been benefited by ihem We hontxtiv bollcre them to bo with FARMERS' TELEPHONES. U out equal They clve very prompt n A dollar a month does not go far lief, nldlnc In neutralize the pnntrl -i. Juice. Htrenctlien the dlgeMlvp orenn. enough after It gets Into tho telophono to regulate the lKwels, nnd thus to pro company's treasury to satisfy tho TREATMENT SBBBBBBBBBBBH' mote perfect nutrition, nnd eradicate manager who has to pay tho upkcop If you are ncrv all unlienltl-.- symptoms. nnd operating expenses on a big ni-rmla vtin.rtAU'n. 'Wo urge jnti to try n 2.V. liox of lino systcm,and keep a little small W sickly, lack enIlexall Dyspepsia Tablets, which kIvps chango to ergy, ambition, 15 day treitment At the end of ers onco In hand over to stockhold feel "all In 'ue six months. He has to thnt time, your money will be returned Mayon's Special you If joti nrc not satlslled. Of cut too many corners, and run too to Nerve Itemedy. No course, In ehronle rases length of treat many chnncca of getting caught short internal medicine to disorder tho stomment vnrlpn For ueh c ises. we have of a bank balanco by a sleet storm, ach or unset tho two Inrger siren, which sell for or a law suit. system. (Jets right nnd $1 Ort. Uememher. you can ohtnln Twolvo dollars Is too low for farmto tno scat oi me Itexall nemcdles In this community trouble. In a short onlr nt our store The Itexall Biore ers' lino scrvlco on tho average sys Ume you will feel like a new man tern, with tho quality and cost im Tho Hickman Drug Co. or woman. It restores strength, proved an it has been In tbe last fow renews vitality, gives a healthy years. It Is time to start after this appetite and natural sleep, nnd This Duty World. makes life worth living. Tho mot Although most of us nre complain rate. Tho farmers can afford to pay reliable remedy In the world for restlessly that thoro Is nothing more why should not they be In lnr all nervous afflictions. Prompt, going on, there Is a war, Utere are duced to recognize sure relief. Try it, note results. value recolvcd? floods, there aro strikes, big and litWrite for free booklet Of courso we know what tho farmtle; fall openings; Taffs speeches; Special Offer I comment on Canada; the Harmon, ers do whon It is proposed to ral so For a short time we will send to sny the telephone rate. Dut can this go Clark, Woodrow Wilson and othei one Interested a regular $1.00 bottle for 36 cents to prove its worth. booms; the Lorlmer Investigation; on forover? What is tho best way fall hats; Cavallora; an to got this thing into hotter shape? MAYON SPINAL REMEDY CO. aeroplane race and a gambling InvesThe American Journal Cincinnati, Ohio TeleBent. B, tigation all happening simultaneously. phony. (The Independent of Telephone Yet one-hathe world la wonderlnsr how to have its new bonnets trimmed Journal.) and the othor halt is asking the clothes-cleane- r It ho can spruce un Attractive to Buyer. last winter's suits. A neat and attractive package always Is at a premium. Remember this when dressing and shipping poulHenry's Falling. "Do not weep," they said to the try to market this fall, If there Is Phone 4 mourning widow, "remember that ony chance for an Increasod price the sVsV4evA-')4Ve.-'1 Heury has gone to a land flowing with dealer Is going to give It to his customers that send In the neat boxes. milk and honey." "1 know," she sobbod. "I know. And It also pays well to sell nothing You have no Idea tho values that But poor Henry always was so care- but fat birds. A few poor and scrawsuit ny ones mixed In with a box of good Schmidt tho Tailor haa In spring less about his rubbers." lng $18 to $40. ones will cut down the whole price, Don't fall to read oar special offer reed the poor birds up before sailing Maying Plsturea Saturday night. f tour bouts) nlaaU troo. WONDERFUL NERVE v al v rc ocean-(o-ocea- lf MEATS F4Vf jvrooius Oui