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A ion paid expiranotice of tion li siren here 16 dayi ahead with A Blue Mark No WtnU. only T -- ...an Initio county ami Local News tii. tf toruda It amount for Itili twper colt THE HieKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 GOOD PR08PECT3 AHEAD. Hickman Will Boom II i HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, wheels begin to bum and tho saw and hammer begin to ring. Uulldlng Is being figured on by our local contractors In a measure never before known at this season. Several of them Inform ub that they havo already contracted as much work as they can handlo during Uio year. Uulldlng lots arc In demand, regardless of advanced prices or distance New adltlons, which were a few years ago considered destined to always bo corn fleldB, aro now considered vnlu-ablsuburban property, and aro rap-Idl- y filling up with modern residences A few more years and wo will boo additions oiMined further out Hickman Is going to koep growing Fac'orles nnd commercial Institutions hounded to the ery narrowest margin of profit by strong, persistent competition, are beginning to look with faor upon Hickman as an o 1912 Number 36 Received This Week When Weather Opem. Received This Week Fresh Chocolate I Fate hangs lightly in Uio balance with determination, dismal weather doesn't dampen tho enthusiasm of Uio progressive cltlrn of Hickman; It Is only a temporary delay, and things will open up with a rush when the New Spring Onions sun gets ou tho Job once more. In the six years we'u. been citiCelery zens of this good town, wo have never sien more promising prospects ELLISON BROS. for a big )ar" though It miiat bo admitted that Hlckinnn ban Hmr. lenced her palmkut days within Hint .. tlfll.f .. ..... If lli.it... .I.....! iku on nu mi- usual air of nctlvity with ih rtrat (.AWE A LITTLE HIGH. spring days the Courier will b- - fool Ex Sheriffs of Gravel fd iMltont nori?v lukntiunfA County Dig Up $7,348. ii. (own from one Iwrdpr to another county jUcal court and It will onlj find ent wh. n the int.- unite t uiilcd Satutday lutu somiIcu at Samuul 11. i, iiiiuncJ J-or ,i,,mua and - N. Harris for tho pur ut aclimj on a compromise prop jn. ..r. .mi ou tho part of Uiu oxsher , louthtug tho umounu duo tho x i ubiy, us cixju out by iho export -- jjiinri nut (all. lltirv was however, no couipromwo kd b Air. Doulhll and when the uw, uiiuu (or action ou the part ot Informed tballhoro !i court, bo 3ib.91 duu tho a balance of .ua( frutu lilui. ho tury prompti rclcuM.d from furtb .Kid u and lability by tbo court. i j N Harris and bin attorneys it .. jppvarod before tbo court and 12 inch Malleable piopokvU to tiy 17,000.00 (or a lull iu dual rulouko of ail back cialms, li was accepted by Uiu court aud uiuu tbo payment o( tbu tama lu h.l, tbe cuuiprouilto was aicoptod kuJ Mr Harris was released from all luiibrr claim by Uio county. I p.n paytuout ot 17,318.91 both Mr Ismail md Mr. Harris was relcas-- FRESH lent to their profits In high frcght rate cities. They aro bound to come and 1912 la a good year for thorn to make tho change. Tho railroads havo tholr "weather eye" on the terminal advantages of fered by our location, and aro not unmindful of tho fact that Hickman is coming among tho a Received This Week Fresh Sealshipt Lettuce !.- ' - cities. Two roads aro thinking seriously of getting Into Hickman In the near future, and two moro will certainly bo built this year yes, this spring. We would almost gamble ELLISON BROS. that tbo now Intcrurban from Un- iantown to Hickman (a distance of 210 miles) would be built. The elec trie line is a pracUcal means of trans Ideal locaUon for them. They sco portation, and IMckman Is a logical not only excellent transportation terminal point for them. They want but realize, In the case of river connection; this city offers ex big shippers, that their saving on actly what they want Their construe-tlo- n freight hero Is work will mean tho turning loose almost equiva Candies At 20c the pound instead of 40c Oysters Direct from the Coast Extra Selects, large size ELLISON BROS. ot thousands ot dollaru In this vicinity. Tho bame la truo ot tbe Chicago, Memphis & Uult railroad, which will build iroui Hickman to tho northeast tms spring, lhcy aro now waiting lor u coaugo lu weatner conditions. tKcal business interests are not lagging behind; they aro optomibuc una plan greater things with tho advancement of the beobon. It Is lu tho air. Besides activity on the part oi railroads, cotton gins, buildings, merchandising, telephone and telegraph lines, etc. tanning Interests are receiving their snare ot tbo pro Agriculture will gressive impetus. oo pushed with a greater vim moro on a business basis this year, and being tbo backbone of tho business Tho world, its net results count. conUuued cold weatbtr, which wo'd ail cusbed tor the past two months, carries with It an ubduronco ot an abundanco of Xruit and better crops. As a whole we have no kick; coming. 1912 Is going to bo a hummur, and there'll be plenty of change floating around regardless ot who gets the nominaUon. Pass up the knocker and pe&slmest, and get in Altogthor for Great the er Hickman. band-wago- ,.-.- Your Money Back if Not Satisfied 1! fi u u Get Ready for Gardening Rake Ellison's Grocery Meat Shop and A 25c Garden Hoe d teport ot Uio exauilnor show ! taat Mr. Harris was behind J 10, and alar duo consideration a best to ac ibv couit dcclJod It wpl IT.Wfr cash than to take chanoos lb iinall) jMUiik uiore. It will bo remembered that tbo ox au.mers bud charged up to W. 1. tirabd 19,1CS.32, but so far no coin jrumUo jos been offered by hlin aud H is reported that ho will not tuako proportion, but on tbo coulrary win 'nbt tbu collvcUou ot tbu claim to to Urn btutr eiid. t'jt 12 ii", curved teeth, long handle, a 25c rake for 8j On Sale Saturday Morning at 10c Variety Store Everything for the Table and for Household Use eted shank, inch steel blade, polished riv4: ft handle for 1 1 o'clock On Sale Saturday Morning 10c at 11 o'clock .jGl. IF'txll Halm. OJP: CIRCUIT COURT. Cteo. L. White, Admr., vs. Mrs. Emma Sbumaker et el. Suit to settle the estate ot the late John Wobstcr. Bertha Yates vs. Adolphus Yates. Suit tor dltorce. Tbey were married in Muyfleld Aug. 3, 1011. PlalnUff In her petlUon alleges cruelty. Alex Uamll vs. Carrie Hamll. Suit tor divorce. They were married In Huutsvllle, Ala., in 1904. Abandonment is alleged. PITTSBURG CtfAL. The Str. Jim Wood brought A. A. Farls a barge ot "Pittsburg Coal." Orders will be filled promptly at $5 cosh por 2000 lbs. Weighed and de livered. A. A. Farls. REAL ESTATE. D. B. Wilson to Mabel Wilson, 170 acres, $1, etc. t M III 11 BETTER PAY NOW. If . a city taxos, same may bo paid tj J. T. Dillon at tbo offlco ot tho llRkmau Ico & Coal Co. It not paid at once, Mr. Dillon Is authorized to protend to adtortlso and sell proper i) lur any and all amounts' duo Uio tit) ot lllckmau. Your prompt at tebUon to this matter will save you )ou arj behind ou your last Garden and Flower Seeds Red, Yellow and White Onion Sets. Early Rose and Triumph Seed Potatoes. A 1 Quality One Inch Hame Strap txira costs. lltUburg Coal. A. A. Farls. cases ot smallpox ivro now rrported at Water Valloy. Tuty tho day (or tho "wearing of tho tho green" SLl'at rkk's. Ur. C. Jl. Blackford spent sovcal days lost week iu Loulsvlllo wlUi his Next Sunday Is Oak Tanned Leather 21 Inches Long iuotbr. In tho long run chonpor. Get your rV 10c Poultry Wire Strictly Standard Grade. Highly Galvanized Wire, 2 inch mesh. 12 Inch 18 Inch 24 Inch 36 Inch Plow Gears Collars Hames Bridles Collar Pads Shovels Spades Palmyra Fibre Horse Brush rfJHK' 10 ? 111 "ra 25c in. solid hardwood, brush, for J. P. Swann to P. E. DeMyer, lots Rice Addition to Fulton, f 525. P. E. DeMyer to Horace Workman, lots Rice AddlUon to Fulton, ?750. Horace Workman to W. A. Brown, lots Rice AddlUon to Fulton, $600. V. A. Dodds to J. S. Barkctt, lots Richmond & Bond AddlUon, $750. Jno. Pylo to C, O. Schlcnker, bouse and lot West Hickman $1050. BUILING & LOAN PAYMENTS. On account ot Illness of Tom Dillon secretary of tho Building & Manure Forks 10c Pittsburg coal la order In now. A. Farls. 1'OR SALE: Frost Proof Cabbaso 1'lauU 30c per 100. C. S. Pattorson, lc l'houo 428. Satur-Jay- , Ou Clinton street Bomo money. Pay for this notice and provo same S. T. Hopor W Jl. I'urtlo uud Mrs. Allco Marr ro granted llccnso to marry Saturday. Tho groom 'hi a sawmill man. I' K Hawks and Miss Valllo I'lorco wro granted a marrlago llcenso Saturday. Tho groom Is a Mongol Homo Galvanized Stock Pail Loan AssociaUon, all business with tills concern will bo looked after for tho present by J. T. Dllllon, at tho office ot the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. If you are behind on payments, mako some to J. T. Dillon. Nothing better than Pittsburg coal. A. A. Farls. J. II. Russell has obtained an appointment as a notary public. W. T. Harris has leased a 20x23 foot spaco In Uio southeast corner of Mrs. E. Case's )ard in West Hickman and will build a small store on tho ground. Elvis Stahra of near this city, and Carl Croft, of Fulton, obtained certificates this week which will enable them to stand examination for ad. According to' mission to tho bar. law their examination will bo held In some judicial district, other than this. T. C. Johnson, a negro boy 12 years old, was sentenced to serve a term In the reform school, Tuesdayt by Judge Naylor. Ho was charged with a misdemeanor. Last week ho threw a brick at another negro knocked his teeth out and cut a hole In his Jaw, and a short time ago, ho stuck a knife in a negro girl. FOUND: L, lllancy will preach "ext Sunday at Christian church, morning and ovonlng 11 a. m. and " 30 p. in. Subject "Individual Ho llov. M. upoiiBiblllty." Wo havo Just loarncd tho wheroforo f 48 Inch 60 Inch :3w835la 72 Inch per yard.. per yard.. per yard.. per yard.. per yard. per yard. per yard. 29c 18 qt. bucket, for 29c 29c Extra heavy, double seamed bottom, heavy wire bail, firmly riveted ears, 28th ur frlond J. D. Ladd, of routo 1. A flno boy arrived at his homo on tho that broad emllo on tho faco of of February. ordinary ability In her line. Miss Eltha Turner, of Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., has boon employed by & Dodds as trimmer for Iho spring billllnery Bcason. Miss Turner la recommonded ,as an artist of extra- Both Phones Ellison Bros. 4: Delivery Wagons , JT3 WOULD STOP ALL School Appropriations. So amended as to provide that If any of those connected In an otllclal ANSWERS FINAL SUMMONS. Mrs. Katie V. Oraham Diet Wednesday, of Lung Trouble. SALEJL propose LIQUOR KKNTUOKY SENATE PA88H8 BILL TO RESTRICT ALOOHOLIC BEVERAGES. aIegro college Houss Kilts Bill Seeking Appropriation to Buy Sohool Book far Indigent Parent. Oo-r- n Frankfort. A bill by Senator seo- county, amending of Carter -- , tloa 2BS7 A, Kentucky local option prohibiting- the sal. In territory ot any kind of bsverage that a contains any alcohol wu passed by Yvttt of 25 to 3, after the adoption of .m.nrimmt offered by Senator t7.on nf Pndnoah. exceoUng from the operation of the act the sale of bev 'lu payerages for the saie ox United States does not require spament of a retail llQuor dealer's - iuui, .. capacity with the state university at Lexington, the Western Normal school at Bowling Qreen, or the Eastern Normal school at Richmond expend money not In the treasury of their respective Institutions, or that has not already been appropriated by the state, depending on a possible appropriation In the future to meet obligations, they shall be lined and sentenced to Jail, the bill appropriating 0 160,000 for the state university. for the Eastern Normal school, and $25,000 for the Western Normal school, passed the bouse 73 to 1. Representative A. H. Stamper of Wolfe county voting no. W. H. Shanks of Lincoln county offered the amendment following a speech by Representative Keller, In which the latter declared that the Western Normal school management had overreached Itself by spending about $70.-00- 0 over the amount appropriated to it two years ago. He said the Institution should "live within Its means." $35,-00- New Arrival at her SPRING GOODS 1 We have just returned from the markets, and you will find our stock very complete in every department. tial tax Road Bill Recommitted. Te Buy Davis Birthplace. The ssnate passed, by the rote of 7 to 0, the bill Introduced by Senator apB. Mi Salmon of Hopkins county, propriating 7,600 for the purpose of aiding In the purchase of the birthplace of Jefferson Davis, at Falrvlsw, la Todd and Christian counties, and fitCor erecting thereon a proper aid ting memorial. The bill provides that not exceeding 1800 of said amount hall be used In the purchase ot the ground and aot exceeding I1.S00 for the purpose of Inclosing the same. The remainder of the sum J4.J0O Is to be used In constructing a monument or a memorial hall. Senators SalmoB. Eatonn and Brock spoke la favor of the bill. bill by Senator Eaton of Paducah, expropriating $10,000 for buildings aad land of the West Kentucky Industrial College for Negroes and ,H,M annually to malntal nIL Other Senate Bills Passsd. The senate passed the following additional senate bills, which were called up for passage by the rules comA bill by Senator Huffaker ot Louisville, prescribing rules tor physicians eutd mldwlTM In regard to the care ot infanta eye, so as to prevent blind-M- s a. iCellege for Nsgrots. J. Meyers ot Covington, a companion The bill of Representative Harry measure to the Bosworth good roads bill, was recommitted until Tuesday, when It will be taken up with the Bosworth measure. Free Sugar Bill. Representative Atherton offered a resolution, which was adopted. Indorsing the Underwood excise bill offered In the national house of representatives, and calling upon Kentucky's representatives In congress to support It. The senate rules com mittee offered a recommendation, which failed to receive the necessary majority, providing for night sessions. The senate adopted a Joint resolution appropriating $355 for the widow ot George HIckban, who served from McLean county. Pensioning Policemen and Firemen. Among other measures to come up this week are those ot Charles Knlgbt of Louisville, doing away with the present system, of pensioning policemen and firemen In that city and providing for a new system whereby each pensioner will receive $30 a month. Under the present system pensioners are paid on a sliding scale. The bill of Representative W. A. Perry of Louisville, enabling that city to vote for a bond issue ot for sewers and that ot Representative Knight, were Introduced. DRESS GOODS DRESS TRIMMING SILKS, WAISTS DRESSES, SKIRTS, Etc. We invite you to call and see our new Spring goods now on display. Katie V., wlfo of J. B, Graham di-ho wo In tho east part ot tow., yesterday morning at 6 o'clock ar tor an Illness ot almost two ycaj A complicated lung trouble was t cause of bur death. Mr. and Mrs. Graham have resid In this vicinity for tho past elgijt years, but on account of Mrs Qra ham's falling health, they moved t Hickman last fall in order that eu y pocalblu attention might bo given" unfortunate lady. Deceased waa born and reared In Tennessee, and waa 41 years oid Wo are uninformed as to what otb relutlvcs aurvlvo her bealdoa her htu band, although there were no ch drcn. Mrs. Graham was a fal'hf.i member of U10 Methodist clinic and lived a consistent christian ' Under tho weight of her affile tic . aho atlUI manifested that chtnrfj kind disposition which waa a part t her very ltfo In former years Info; thu clouds of sorrow came. Bhow.11 loved by all who knew her, aud ... every respect was a most excekr-ladTho husband has sustained a great loss, and baa the sympathy ! his many friends. Funeral today at 10:30, by Rev u W. Wilson, and Interment at the nit cemetery. 1 y BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. INCORPORATED VITAL STATISTICS. The following deaths aand births have been filed with the local registrar since our lost Issue: Births Luther E. Roberts and wlfo, Feb. CANNOT LIVE LONG. A telegram waa received hero yes tcrday afternoon from Hoawell, N M , stitlng that Miss Alex Adams waa TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE. All tuakua ot typewriters for on liberal terms to sellout panic a prices ranging from 130.00 to )C! r Each typewriter as good and win d the work of a new one, aud Is guar antecd to do so. All kind ot off' supplies and Typewriter Ribbons f "' sale Typewriters repaired on notice Phone or write ua nnd w w be glad to send a man to aee)ou Mx Tennessee Bupply Co., W. Mgr , Uidoa City, Tennessee IMPORTANT MEETING. the tnoti ers at A meeting of teachers ot Hlckmau Is called for Monday afternoon at the Couit Hi j Matters of vital Importance cor" Ing the welfare of the cblldr 1. K Hickman are to be discussed women are urged to bo present ROUTE FIVE. Rev. Mayo filled bis re imI a, V polntment at Reelfoot Sunfay (he aervlre large crowd attended Mrs. Stelda Orover returned to b homo In Brownsville after a few days In this vicinity. Mr j. Goldy U on he atck ll't Mr. McMullcn, ot near Bruwmvil was In this vicinity Uundiy. Wvlton Darnell, of Mi Anna, m to Reelfoot Sunday. Rice Wilson was a pleasant In Clayton Sunday. Mra. Becklu Osburn and family c( this place, have moved to Hpou Springs. lloi. Messrs. Oron SUgler, IUcJames Ferguson, Harry Pruett, Kiui.k Caldwell and Misses Ruth Caldw . and Vlrglo Butler were the guests l II. W. Howard and family Sunday There will bo all day services a Ml. Manuel next Saturday nnd Huu day, thu 10th and 17th. MUss Pearl Cloar, of near Clayton spent Saturday night with Miss Net lie Lee Kscue. Several from here attended th- - a at John Roper's Tuesday. Messrs. Zack nnd Rico Wilson drot n large bunch ot hogs to Union t ity Tuesday. II. W. Howard went to Union City on business on day last week. ' mittee: lif FIVE YEARS AGO A bill by Senator Graham of Gray-M- a county, amending section 4224, Xeatucky statutes, so as to exempt School Books for Indigent. After long discussion on the bill ot Hie associations from paying license Representative B. S. Wilson ot Row. a certain concessions. Bills ot Senator Mark Ryan ot an county, appropriating $350,000 anproviding for an additions' nually to be used in the purchase ol Jmdge of the circuit court ot Jefferson schoolbooks for the children ot indicounty and making changes In the gent parents, the measure waa killed old law so as to conform to the new In the house by the vote of 67 to 24. number of Judges, were passed when Peter the senate reconvened. The measures one of Lee Atherton ot Louisville was the champions of the measure, had been Indorsed by the Louisville .The bill of George L Drury ot Bar association. Another bill by Senator Ryan, prohibiting unlawful issu- Union county, setting aside $750 for ing, selling, exchanging or giving the widow or infant ot an Intestate, away street ear transfer tickets was passed the house 72 to 2. House resolution 20, looking to the passed. The bill provides a penalty of from S to $S0 for violation of Its refunding of $1,143 collected as back terms. taxes to S. J. Glsh ot Central City A bfll by Senator Durham of Frank-It- s was adopted by the house. county, designating the method of fleteoting a person to act in the or disqualification of county Don't overlook that $22.60 Range. Hickman lUw, Co. A bill by Senator Eaton of Paducah, FOR SALE: Good brood mare, providing for ball for defendants after 2c J. II. Saunders, Rfd 4 conviction when they have been Miss Hcttle Williams has accepted jrrtMed an appeal to the court of ap position in I'aducah. neas. AV A bill by Senator Scott of Edmoa-.te-a, A. Dodds was in Union City authorising the Investigation and Tuesday on business. examination ot any body, when death D. II. Lelbovltz returned Saturday te suspected to have resulted from from St. IouIs market. poisoning or other Illegal cause Seed Potatoes and Garden Seed A Mil by Senator Glenn of Eddy-vfll- CASH. Bettersworih & Frnther. R. B. Johnson was in Nashvillo on requiring railroad companies te toy all passenger tralnns at any star- business with the N. C. & S. L Fridom where any state penitentiary Is day Herbert Sullivan returned to May-fiel- d Sunday after spending the week and Trust Comaantas. emator Herman D. Newcomb of hero. Mrs. F. M. Caso and son have reLouisville obtained the passage of (twe ef his measures through the sen- turned from a visit with Paducah ate. One seeks to prevent the use of relatives. the word "bask" or "trust" as part ef Two thoroughbred FOR SALE: may name or title by any person, firm Duroc Jersey males, ready for service er corporation exoept such as are " 2c S. L. Royster. under and comply with the Mrs. K. A. Mitchell visited Miss ;law relating to barks or trust comn Bess Harper in Union City a couple panies, and the other looks te the of a commission te prepare a of days, last week. aretiater of the blind ot Kentucky to Fulton has voted to issue $15,000 investigate their condition and report in bonds (or the purpose ot Improvmm the expediency ot the establish-eneing their school buildings. by the state of Industrial traha-am- g FOR SALE: Four nice bane drug schools for the blind. A DHi oy senator jiixo nunaaer or counlera, 36 drawers and 12 doors. tA XemlTi!le to indemnify the American bargain. Seo W. F. Montgomery XatUoaal bank of Louisville for Mrs. Amanda J. McMurray, of near y money advanced to maintain the Cayce, Is spending the week with institute for the blind waa paae-l- 4 her daughter, Mrs. W. F. Montgomery by the senate. T .J. Malone will go on the road Other bill passed 7 the senate at most case for the Mnyffeld Woolen Mills In a Mam aJterneoa nseeslon, in wm little debate and few d4sseatln short time. His torrltory will be north Missouri. jvmtea. were the feHowlmg: Mrs. Bello Williams has returned omvfet Labor. from an extended Malt with her son The bHl of FranoU Douglas permit. and other relatives In Mississippi - time bm Beard of Prison Commi- and Tennessee. ssioners to accept lev than the Mrs. I. D. Price returned latter part mriee for the labor of lnexperi-mec- 4 oMTiets, passed the House by of last week from two weeka visit Tte"ec S to 1$. Under the system with her daughter Mrs. J. Spradlln City. f liansfirrtT hardened e criminal. and family in Oklahoma loft Tuesday and J. C. Sexton and wife rsmakfmrt to Mdy-HUBmta trwgUf "one termors" from Eddy-rtH- night for Garden City, Mo., to attend te rrankfert, K mftcB ocews tmmt the wedding of the former's brother. ml the contractors at the Framk- - Mrs. Sexton will return via Sturgeon, emitentlarr are deprtred of pri Mo., where aho will spend a few mmer that has Beeeme weeks visiting her parents. K to amUU Lou-itertte, ere-aWoet Ken-toekoon-mrmm fllOM TIIK COUKIKH KII.K.1 gradually sinking, that she could not live longer thnn tho end ot iho weok Frank Smith was agont for tho Miss Adams is a charming young 28. boy. J.is. M. Self and wife, March 6, n lady, nnd will bo remembered as hav- Nashvillo Steam laundry. C9th Congress adjourned. ing been employed In the postofflce Klrl. year ago. Sho has Tho Gunboat Wasp was on her W. T. Eastman and wife, March C, here up to a many friends who will regret to hear way up the river. Klrl. E. A. Hammond was elected night R. G. Vanhoy and wife, Feb. 27. a that she cannot aurvlvo her illness policeman. bo- -. tuberculosis. Llttlo Mary, daughter of Tom Joe L. Walls and wife, March 2, a EGGS Full stock Rhodo IMnml Pickett, died. boy. r The Wholesale GroRed eggs at 7Sc a setting of 17. Deaths. cery Co., at Union City, Quit busiFifteen day old bnby of Iyce Nannie Self, Rfd 1. . Mrs. Fope Herring returned to Un- ness. Hood; died March C, buried at city J. M. Moore, manager of tho Cumcemetery. ion City Monday after a abort visit berland Telepbono business here, loft to Mrs. T. T. Swayno. B. D. Burch, one of tho first set- Hickman. Mm. Roy Clark and baby arc spend Mrs. Geo. Collins riled of pneumonia ing tho week In town with her par- tlers of Obion county, and born In 1827, died March 8, at tho homo of In East lllekman. ents, J. W. Rogers and family. Rer. Frank Vernor, of Evnntvlllc, Cnpt. Lawrence McMakin Is visit- his daughter, Mrs. Richard Pursloy, ing his mother In Ghent, Ky., and near Union City. nccepiea a au as pastor of the Chris Capt. H. A. Tyler and Miss Mnrlo tian church In Hickman. friends In Louisville, this week. Capt. MrMnkln's mother will nrrlvo here Brevard returned Sunday night from in a few days to reside. Cnpt. I) road-foot- St. liouis, whero tho Captain has been S. M. Nalfch returned Friday from of I'aducah, haa charge of the receiving treatment for tho past two St. Louis. Str. Mengel Box Co. while Capt weeks and is rejKDrtcd much ImprovClaude Jones was In Dycraburg tho is away ed. flfit of the week. W. F. Boyd, one of tho oldest a of Fulton died Saturday. Clydo Peiry has jntred tho Courier office a an np.iro iUce. Among other tilings. Is the problem or locating the new county Jail. Mrs. R. Y. McConncll, of I'nlon City, Is tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. II fico u si E Prathor. The Baptist Ladles AM Society will meet Thursday (ono week from today) at 2:30 In tho afternoon with For real foot comfort, these shoes are tho proper Mrs Nlm Walker. thing for you. Postmaster Stophons fell on Ui aldo walk in front of tho Cottngo Hotel Once you wear them, you will appreciate their yesterday morning and "atove him-ael- f le distinctive style, light weight, and kool and up" somewhat' not Rcrlously, qualities. however. Coble-WalkeclU-xen- sidr, iur - Ifcrrech Shape s SHOES for SUMMER kom-fortab- All "Korrect Shape" shoes fit, so that whatever the style, your foot will repose in the shoe in a natural position. We have the latest models, every one of them expressive of the season's newest and smartest showings in footwear. All "Burrojaps" uppers guaranteed, and Tite-Ok- e soles used exclusively. Tho Union City cotton gin handled bales ot cotton during tho pa't season. Mr. Knox, of Assistant Freight Traveling Agent of tho N G., was hore Wednesday on business 1417 Public Sale MLeurolCL ! 25 MULES HOGS COWS At HERMAN DIETZEL'S FARM West Union City, Tenn. : SOtti, 1912 25 HEAD BROKE MULES, 3 to 6 years old, 152 to 16 hands Wan? all good and aound. 5 yearling mule colts; good foot and bone. 8IX REGISTERED JER8EY COW8 and Heifers: 8 Registered Shorthorn Calves, bulls and heifers. REGISTERED CHINA POLAND PIG3 and Berkshire Hogs. TWENTY HEAD JERSEY HEIFERS and Milk Cows. ONE LOT STOCK HOGS and Stock Catatle. Sale begins at 9:30 a. m. Dinner on ground for everybody, furnished by the ladls of Pleasant Vail ley Church. Sealed bids will be accepted and looked after. All registrations furnished free. In case of rain,, tho sale will be held following day. E. C. RICE, Cash Shoe Store. HERMAN DIETZEL, Jr. IRA COTTINQHAM, of Eden, III., Auctioneer. ., e , p T- - Ji BAD FIGHT AT CAYCE. Milton Samea Uses Razor On Pour Cayce Boys. gg; 5pr Millinery) A',' . Millinery, this year, assumes early season interest, because Easter is only three weeks away. We are splendidly prepared to meet and satisfy the wants of the most critical followers of style. Si'S 'c P& ' "Elzee" Tailored Hats At $2.50 to 915.00 Street Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children At 50c to $5.00 We are receiving these hats daily and they will be put on display as they come in, as we will not have a regular opening this season.' BALTZER & DODDS INCORPORATED . , D. G. CO. BALL PLAYERS ARRIVING. Tho Mllers Joe Canlllloiia ii It . Mr t.. i. J M I..- - r anil laml'y. M llr relunxM to fdr. nftor n Milt with iln, Mem- - II T lkMidurint la Mtrnphla V i.omr from silk-stocki- C. T Hubbard, Mrs It I). I'nrfor and iiui:tit. r MtM Virginia, won- - Union i 't ualtorti Vtlnfdnr. !irni Mm T- - lutliR. of near Tlutonvllle. I. mi. r' of thU city, died yoMorday, mil iii rrtnaliia will bo broutht hero '.. liurul today. t inobr of Thomas Dublin, The .March ! aristocracy of tho baseball building or Um First Metaodtat church world, are rolling Into hickman now here was practically destroyed by flr and getting ready for their spring Tliurwlny nlgbL Th pipe organ and training. Among those m.w iisrearo moat of the furniture ir entirely Itube Waddoll, II. FarrK, Hi j DawconaumtMl It wn a two storj- - atruc son, Clymcr, J. F. Whe'an, L Lylo, ture with th auditorium and pastor' L. IJ. Larson, M. Kramer, W. II. Tlif aocond flour. atudy on th Frank Owens, Rod K'Imcr, LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS. furnishings ortRlnally It. Patterson. TJp O'Neal, Jim Wilbuilding and Tho prestnT. assembly of the state coat about IW.000 liams, Dave Altzer, Ctnudo Russ-ms- legUlature died a natural death at of sewers, Jnrkon. Tnn , Reports from Moscow are to the effect that a bloody fight occurred there Saturday night in Youreo &. Kimbro's store. It seems that tho principal gladiator was Milton Samea, a l.arbor, who armed with a razor, played havoc before he was finally subdued, with soino bovs from Cay ce. Robert Johnson waa slashed on the back of the head and down the back of his neck with tho razor, mak ing a gash about C Inches long and of fearful depth. Johnson is in a precarious condition, but will probably recover. Ills wound was inflicted in the initial fight. While Drs. Wright and Mahaa were drowsing his wound, which required sir s'lcbea, Sames roturncd to the store unexpectedly, and started another "rough house" with tho result Uia a young man named Crew received a bad cut in the face, tho same blow cutting his necktie off. Ills wound required seven stitches. Arthur Itoper was then attacked by Sames who slashed :ho razor at Rojier's face, splitting his coat collar open end, as Roper threw his hand up to guard against having his neck cut, tl.o razor cut tho back of his hand open maklrg a painful wound. Sames then attempted to uso his weapon on Horaro Roper, but onlv succeeded In cutting his coat in several places. Horace managed to get bold of a chair and felled the cuttlst, which suspended his bloody work for the time being. Sanies Is said to have renewed his trouble wl'ti Horace Roper aga n and Horace proted the better man for tbo second time. Tho troublo, wo are irtd, was the result partly of an old grudge and a n.tsundei standing The fight occurred about nlno o'clock, nnd Sames was said to have been intoxicated. N'o arrests havo been inado wo are told, although a denuty sheriff was present and witnessed tho trouble The affair Is deeph regretted by friends of both parties, nnd although tnor.i trouble is likely to follow, it is hoped tnat the hostilities will end with this unfortunate scrapo. II CopjrrlgU Hart Sct.lTncr & Mux II II lines of this suit a little; note the length and shape of the lapel ; the shape of the waist line; the general classy look of it in detail. It's IUST study the HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Spring models; and we want you to know that this is the sort of thing we have here for, you: II Suits $18.00 and up Other makes 8.5Q to $16.50 Smith & Amberg thpt tho measure will be Igned The senate passed wltoout a dissenting vote the Prlw b'U creating a board of forestry o conserve in the state. The bill Is now ready for Governor McCreary's rignature. The house passed tho Meyers whitt. slave traffic bill It makes tho practice of white slovery a felony and a penitentiary tdrtn of one to flvj years Is prescribed. tt n. Hltchle and Forco. porting editors of two Minneapolis papers, are also here. In tho Innguago of a fun, ''along about tho tlmo Pongo Cauillloiistrad-dl.i- i out that flrstboso line, swells up the reins in his ruby npik, and starts singing, "Otoy get a hit-c- ome on, ride tho first one over," then wo will have a little tnscball horo worth while If tho wtatair over clears up. 8TORES BROKEN INTO. Burglars were busy In Hickman last night, breaking into the stores of Smith & Ambirg and tho Hkkman Hardware Co. A window in the rear Amberg's store was of Smith &. smashed with a rock and thr lntrud era had Httlo troublo gaining admitAmong tho article n'Issed tance were cuff buttons, safety raior, stick pins, neckties and other small art! cles, probably worth in tho neighborhood of $10. An effort was made t6 get into tho cash drawer with a fllo which was found bent and broken It. The drawer failed to open, however. The Hardwaro store lost nothing, as tho burglars fortunately broke open an unused door in trc rear, which could not bo opened more than two inches on account of an overhead tirabor. The glass in tho oor was knocked out which permitted reaching tho night latch and tho door open cd easily as far as It would go. Tho culprits left no clue; but withal, tho work looks more like that of boys than of professional yeqgracn. bo-sl- midnight Tuesday. There wero a largi number of bills still In the hopper which theDemocuts would liked to have passed. Some last acts of this body were the following bills: Tho Thomas tolephono bill, requiring rival tolephono companies to transmit messages over each other's Una passed 78 to 8. Senator J F. Bosworth's bill enabling cities of tho third claFs to a- r plan in paying for dopt tho the construction and reconstruction ten-yea- the house, streets, alleys, etc. passed for his signature. This provides a C4 to 0. penalty of a fine of $10 nor moro Tho bill of Senator L W. Arnet, for than $20 for each offense. It is said the benefit of tho Western Normal school, passed, 70 to 0, while that of Senator C. M. Mathers enabling assessment fire insurance companies to end their territory, passed, C2 to 1. Tho measure of Senator W. A. Frost, Kentucky amending section 4239, statutes, relating to rercnao and taxation, passed, CO to 0. The senato passed the bill and It now goes to the governor anU-tlppln- g I W'2 IxhS ' " I I Newest Silks td Dress Goods It is a delight to us to Slide M. Naifeh The Dry Goods Man in show our line of Dress Goods. Come in and see the swellest line of goods ever brought to the city of Hickman. New shades and patterns in the new changeable effect taffeta, yard 1.00 New Silks and Mousseline Satin, in solid colors and stripes, and other swell patterns, worth 1.00, our price 75c and 85c Don't Look All Over The Town for Spring Clothes The more you look the harder it is to find what you want We've made a special study of the newest Spring Styles in What to Wea-- , and, in the course of ten minutes, show you, tell you and wrap it up. Clothes-making CHANGE IN BUAINE8S. is an ART which we have mastered iB by careful study and plenty of EXPERIENCE. Our SPRING and SUMMER assortment play for your approval. on dis- means of notifying and tho public that Mr. F. our friends L. (Bud) Matheny has purchased an Interest In our plumbing busbes.1 and Is also interested with us In the purchase of the Hickman Motor Works He will have chargo of the niotol works giving It his entire personal attention. It Is needless to state that ho is a first class mechanic, and well known to our people. Mr. and Mr. Sparkman will look after the machine and boat rehiring, whllo in a short time we will tavo an expert automobile man here to Wo handlo tho automobile business. want a share of your patronage, nnd guarantee right prices without any Tlumblng & botch Tinning Co. We tako this Me-theJobs.--Hlckm- an NEW DEPARTMENT Pure Satin and Silk Dresses, magnificent patterns, correctly made, worth 18.00, our price 11.75 Linen Dresses, all colors and all styles 5.00 to 10.00 Ready-to-wear Our store stands in a class by itself, and we handle none but the finest goods from the best factories. Come in and let us show you our line of classy goods. SUDE M. NAIFEH ON THE CORNER THE DRY GOODS MAN "4 Baltzer & Dodds D. Incorporated. G. Co. The Store That Leads. count of the serious Illness of hor sister, Mm. F. M. Usher, at Hilton. Miss Salllo Wright, of Mafltld, is visiting Mrs. D. B. WilsoJ. Mrs. Hattle Carpenter was called homo from Florida this week on ac- 1 .Si- -' D KTfBnn"H"ii vm p 1 TO IMPROVE THE STREETS. City Council Will, Take Up Matter at Next Meeting. Pale Faces ELEVEN OF FLOCK ARRESTED. Negro Baptist Have Stormy SUnday Night Meeting. sM u - I TMC At the next meeting of the City Pale-face- d, weak, and street improvement is goCouncil shaky women who suffer to be the lending issue; the city ing every day witli womanly dads are going to wage a campaign weakness need the help highways within the city of better of a gentle tonic, with Some of the taxpayers are going a building action on the to almost fall dead wheu wo state womanly system. If you are 0 that the council Is talking of a weak you need Cardui, bond Issue to take care ot this the woman's tonic, because work, but we will state further that Cardui will act directly on it Mill not cost Mr. Taxpayer a cent the cause of your trouble. more taxes than the present rate Cardui has a record of Tho present street fuud will take more than 50 years of and In a few years care of success. It must be good pav out without any hardship ou our EGO citizens. 1 is planned to pavo Clinton street, from McElroy's corner to tho wagon Take factory, and make extensive repairs on other streets all over the city. The time Is ripe Hickman is largo enough and present conditions war rant tho action proposed by our city Mrs. Effie Graham, of duds. Let's give them our hearty Willard, Ky., says: "I In this matter. If you was so weak 1 could are n grouch a boefer for tho love I suffered, hardly go. of Mike, don't knock on this propo nearly every month, for 3 sltion. years. When I began to 14.-00the-bond- s CARDUI Tho Woman's Tonic It would seem that thoro la a leak in tho chnltoo of faith, hope and chart-t- v at tho noftrb Baptist church lu this city, Judging from a genoral jamberco Uiat took place at tho church at Sunday evening services. iters had to go to tho res cue before order could bo restored. Their differences seemed to have started oer n dlsputo as to who were the trustees and custodians of Dan tho now tcmplo ot worship. Crowder and Mac Caldwell claim to bo the lawful authorities, but their claims were disputed In a vigorous manner so much so that guns wero genornl flashed nnd a bout followed. Caldwell proceeded Crowder and to havo tho disorderly members' of the flock arrested Monday and cited to appear before Judgo Naylor next free-for-a- Saturday. Those whom warrants wero served on aro Klla WIlsou, Bubo Ingram, Ann Bady Ida Booker, Mary Han-forBrltt 'Sharp, Olllo Bell Freeman. Lclnnd Thomas, Jno. Kowlkes, Hor-ne- o Ingram. Horaco Ingram must also answer to tho chargo of flourishing a pistol. OUR HANDSOME Mkinum HW I OTt TAlkOM 1ERRY LANDS AFTER PLUNGE i A Broadway Tailor Service Awaits You Here.... Right here in this store you can place your order for a Broadway, Made-to-ordSpring Suit. A suit with that matchless grace, that stunning style, that indescribable touch of refinement and class that only a merchant tailor can produce. A guarantee of absolutely ALL PURE WOOL er Anthony Jannus, at Klnloch Park, Carries Passengers on Short Trip Despite the In- take Cardui, my back hurt awfully. I only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after. I weighed 115. Now, I do all my work, and am Begin in good ncaitn. today. Cardui, taking YOUR clothes FRIENDS. tense Cold. ROUTE SIX. St. Louis, Mar. 12. Disturbances ot inMiss Bounlo Stone was tho guest the air caused by the propeller of the aeroplane In which the ascent bad of Miss Mildred I'ollock Saturday and been made almost brought disastrous Sunday of results to Bert Berry at Kinlocb park Miss Florence Jeffcrles returned when he sought to descend from the homo Sunday nfter spending a week speeding plane to the ground In a with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Klines. Reaching the parachute parachute. Co. MI as Mai Stowo was tho guest of from the flying machine in safety, ha Saturday and SunMiss Jennie Brlce found the huge oanvas blowing MERCHANT TAILORS CHICAGO by the air currents, and for a day A guarantee of irreproachable fit. was la imminent danshort time he Iloy Smith was tho guest ot his ger of falling because ot inability to brother, Frank Smith, and wife SunA guarantee of absolute and wanted satisfaction in force the parachute open. guarday Using the weight ot his body, Berry every particular, or your money back. Mrs Blrtie Pollock and children Jerked at the ropes, gradually getting and Bonnlo Stowo wero guesta of the huge umbrella to open, and be- Loo I'oyncr nnd wife, of No. 8 Island, gan a graceful descent. Even then tils troubles bad not ended, for the Sunday. R. L. Burns and his two oldest parachute was falling directly into a clump of trees on the west side ot children left for Itavcnden Springs. the field, and only with the utmost Ark , a few days ago. effort was he able to guide his sup Misses Vera and Donnlo Jcraerson, House of Quality 11 port away from the second danger. Mollle Stowo nnd Llge "Bradshaw wero The big parachute gradually cleared guests of Florenco Jefferles Sunday. the trees, and Berry, reaching tho Miss Jonnlo Brlco Is on tho alck ground, grasped big hands full of the now and rubbed his bands, which list This vicinity has had plenty of were blue from the extreme cold ex perienced at the 2,000 foot altitude. rain and mud. Anthony Jannus, who bad guided Harvey Klmes and wlfo wero guest the areoplano, descended an Instant of her parents, J. R. Jeffcrles, and QoalderIohnson. later and also resorted to snow to re- family Sunday. Let us figure with you liefs the numbness from cold. The Mrs. Josephine Ilelora. pair bad been in the air 15 minutes on Mrs. A. A. McCary. and were thoroughly chilled. Tom Slmpklus, LUMBER Mrs. Berry, who previous to the exErnest Fowler. P(AlNT8, OILS hibition took a short flight with JanMrs. H. C. Isboll. ROOFING, NAILS nus, with tears In her eyes expressed Henry Pollock. HINGES, DOORS happiness later tint no mishap had GLASS AC J. II. Provow. occurred to her husband. Following T. T. Swayno. the lauding. Berry announced that he 331s StoclK., XHsjlit would not make another attempt to nllght In n parachute CLAYTON NEWS. The exhibition took place about For a long time preCamb. 187 4 30 o'clock Home Phone 102 Iter. Mayo, of Dresden, fllllod his viously the crowd hurt been slowly regular appointment nt Koelfooi SatspecKatharine on tho field. When the urday and Sunday. Tbo attendance tators flret rrrlvod. a few beams of visited his brother Tuesday. OPEN ON SABBATH. Incorporated. was good. Funllht played fitfully about the field, Mrs. Maggio Mays visited her sou Number Store Keepers In BotOrcn Stlglcr of Crescent, visited sky gradually became leaden hut the The Store That Leads at Hives a few days thla week. tom Must Answer to Charge. in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday. nnrt In n lowering tempernturo with a Bradley, of Rives, vis- wintry breezs from the north, the Mrs. Florence It. E. S wilder and wlfo visited O. days this rrowd waited. A number ot flights W. Donncll nnd fnmlly Sunday. A number of well known men who ited relatives hero a few Will Walton, charged with sellMK were made before Berry went up for J. S. Grlff'eh spent one night in Intoxicating liquors (towlt: some kind run am nil stores principally in the week. his leap Into the parachute, Jannus Hickman last week. lower end of the county have been of elder) has beon clU-- to answer to on these trips carrying passengers . -- Hickman Judge May lor Good Seed Oats at t cited 'o appear before C. H. Ilrucr and family spent Sun- the chargo before Judgo Naylor with him. Co. day with Ilev. Stlglcr and wlfo. next Saturday and answer to the for Monday. Mr. Walton was tried charge of keeping their stores open llov. Walter Stlglcr will preach his tho same offense In tho city court Sheriff Johnson left yesterday on 3000 TURKS SLAIN IN BATTLE YOU are more than welcome to visit on the Sabbath. Among these cited farewell sermon tho fifth Sunday lu nnd was cleared. business for Louisville and Chicago. the new offering of the famous INare L. H. Combs, W. T. Sudberry, Will Jordan was arrested this News of Terrible Massacre In Yemen TERNATIONAL styles and fabrics. .March at Heelfoot to his students of Blco Cllmer, Jess Anderson, Ckas, Clayton, Crescent and Honors. Ho Is Brought by Italian week by Sheriff Johnson because ho Brown, Jos. Dotson and Geo. Evans. The selections this spring are bigger has been teaching school lu these E'aaBgeQElODBiniliOBIDfDfP'B 333 Workmen. "forgot" to pay a fine due the counIf these gentlemen have violated the ty. and better than ever the display be- thrco districts for a number of years. He Is boarding at Uncle Joe's. law it Is very probably that they Rome, Mar. 12. Three thousand ing especially rich In novel Importa- Everybody aro cordially invited, esTurks out of an army of 3,5000 were did 'so in accommodating soino cuspecially his pupils and their parents tion from SCOTCH and ENGLISH annihilated by tho army of the Sheik tomer, and the court will likely conHo expects to move to Kldgley lu of Idrls near Midi in Yemen on Feb- mills. Tho models too, reflect the sider their offense in that light. tho near future. Bra. Stlgler has won ruary 28. All et the Turkish officers same tendency of progressive mnny friends In this community and were killed. You really must see them we all regret very much to seo him CAYCE NEWS. News of the massacre was brought here by six Italian workmen. before you decide on your springtime nnd his family leavo us. Several are on the sick list. Clevo Williams and wlfo, ot Hamby toggery. To measure only and every Mlsa Louis Freeman is visiting her Heavy Snow In Eastern Missouri. Pond, wero guests of W. F. Kemloy Vrlght this comprises everything you sister, Mrs. Blanche Montgomery, Mo., Mar. 12. A foot order taken under the pledge of and family Sunday. of snow, one of the h earl est tollB of promptness and the highest grade of week. will find necessary to have I gucBs tho farmers will soon get the season, covers the ground In north- workmanship. Mtb. Charllo James died Friday busy in this vicinity now becauso tho in the way of snowing east Missouri and it fs still morning after a week's illness of doves aro cooing and the froijs arc Perhaps you think this Is rather pneumonia. beginning to hollor. I havo always Drugs early for a Spring Tailoring Ar POLICE COURT DOINGS. Mrs. Belle Beaslcy and children are heard winter was broken when the nouncement not a whit. The wise visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. doves and frogs hollor but Uio bad Slnco our last issuo the following man selects his suiting early and has Sam Johnson. roads and weather aro still with us names havo been written in Judgo It made now before tho Spring and Bob Johnson, who was cut In a just tbo same. I hopo there Is somelie in ley 'a city court autograph album, tho most flghti at Moscow Saturday night, is thing In tho old sign; if not tho roads Easter demands deplete and incidcntly a breach of peace is complete of stocks. No one is employed here gettlsg along nicely. will soon bo impassable. mentioned costing those registering Booae Johnson is at homo this So take our advice and look ove; but those who understand 15 each: J. A. Boldlng, A. D. Bennett, Jos. C. Newton says tho fur seaweak' attending the bedside of his tho best assortments of superb, exBill Hunt, Bob Vaubhn, D. Pearson, son Is about over. Good ln. Ilubbor Sprinkling Hoao the nature of all the goods brother, clusive fabrics wo havo ever shown Joo Held. 10c foot. Hickman Hdw. Co. home sold in our store. you can't go wrong In selecting Mice Ethel Edmiston returned Wo have tho prettiest lines of attending this function wore: Others Tuesday. China. Hickman Hdw. Co. Llttel MIbs Opal Newton, who hns from our stock. There is perfect safeiy in Newt Howard, carrying concealed Burns, visited her Mrs. Harrett tbo whooping cough, Is improving. weapon fined ?25. Wyatt Hill, carA suit made hero Is representaour service. F. I. Button, of Charlotte, Tenn., daughter at Oakton, Sunday. rying concealed weapon, fined 125. was In Hickman this week on busitive of tho best stylo and workmaMrs. F. S. Mooro will entertain tho WsMw BdmJston and family visitD. W. Baker was fined 60 for violat- ness. Embroidery Club Friday aftornoon at nshipand quality and service" consided Mrav Mai Treas Sunday. Cowgill's Drug Store ing tho local option law. Mack ered tho cost is moderate. 2:30. Cliff Barkett has purchased tho dealing in intoxicating liquors, fitaeAral nf tiir vmitYcr nannla attend INCORPORATED 130,000.00 worth of Hardware ImErovow stock of groceries in West was likewise pinched for $C0. d Ub! play at Moscow Saturday The Tailor Hickman and will run tho business plements etc., and tho prices aro jrigbtl right. Hickman Hdw, Co. at tho same plaoe. Subscribe for th Courier. aaiBBBiafisiiMiMrjBia Tojaaay Wriest, of Beerletos, vlo-lenU- y H. E. CURLIN Goin' to Build? Wo print below a list of tho hand soino folks who bavo renewed or sub scribed for tho Courier since our r port last week; W. D. Bushart. Miss Ethel Helton. MlMOurl Aloxander. W. T. Dublin. 11. N. Barnott. Jas. T. Seat. Mrs. Sarah Stabr. Mrs. Minnie Scearco. M. Griffey. Mrs. Bernlco White George Oliver. Mrs. It, II. Speight. I aw Maddox. Capu Joe Vnndorgriff. Mrs. Bottle Bland. W. A. Luton. W. C. Morris. J. W. Mathews. J. W. Uoney. Sam Crenshaw. Joe Mangrum. Mrs. O. T. Meacham. Mrs. T. P. Vaughn. B. B. Sanders. Floyd Naylor. Leo Atwlll. Miss Hettio Williams. Miss Pearl Williams. Carl Schmidt. Chas. Shcphnrd. may fit and look well when new, but these things don't last if the quality and tailoring are ferior. The label El V. Price & in your clothes antees your being well dressed at all times, and at a price you appreciate. Make your sele- ction from their handsome Spring and Summer woolens before you forget it, and have us take your Frloos T. M. REYNOLDS correct measure. Baitzer& Dodds Dry Goods Co. 70c.-Hdw- m-x- Our Drug Stock Pure MILLET & Drug Sundries Patent Medicines ALEXANDER e, pr SCHMIDT, 'mpfWF l ! W wmfWfm &. SI In Mn i -- 1 per Year Advance PIMPtlOlll tO OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY This Paper Always Stops A fi ciifP enouirh. poor I0.',; i,i ih munt S omnli tornu lor n i co" ft, u countr Local News Volume 52 THE HieKMM eeURIER. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, tion li given here A Blue Mark ion paid notice of when Tour time U oat. we dontbe-llov- o in forcing a on anyone, Paper do not want to miss a copr. tcop the ascriptnp, expiraA 1912 useful knowledge will mako a strong member ot Congress. tire with the plain and their interests hU hands. If elected, ho and influential Hla sympathies common people, will be safe in Number 36 U dan ahead wltli Correct Spring Shoes Art STBve- - Lev-G- o ! c Spring in footwear for item in every woman's street women. An important costume is her footwear. It demands style that is correct. Grace and beauty are combined with perfect case and comfort in our shoes. ( oricct models for $ high-grnd- trs Ko A use Tttey'Re UKe you iMiSBBBBF' ''i'iBBBBBBBV vPAFCT70N is k iSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlV T V rL isiiiiiiiiiiliiliii. liBBHHBfliSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBE' REPELB ATTACK OF DEATH. . "Five years ago two doctors told mo I had only two years to live." This startling statement was made by Stlllmnn Green, Malachite, Col. "They told mo that I would dlo of consumption.. It was up to mo then to try the best lung medicine and I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery. It was, well I did, for today I am working and believe I owo my llfo to this great throat and lung euro that has cheated the grave of another victim." It's folly to suffer with coughs, colds or other throat and lung irouhies now. Take tho euro that's safest. Prlco BOc and J1.00. Trial bottle free at Helm & Ellison. ABOUT THE EQUINOX, nor V" 1 THEA w IV ?ere -v tf n ki ;i i White Canvas and Buck Boots Tan Oxfords White and Tan Nubuck Pumps Patent and Tan Oxfords $3.505.00 $2.503.50 $3.003.50 $2.503.50 "isiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMsHiisiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiilV Smith NEW COTTON OIN. & Amberg t iiuu i i. .. au asaurrvd taut (but u to havu uuouivr cuiiOu iitakiiit, IUUO WltMU tou till) now vhUUluu Who will JiuuJ are H. t Jouumju uuu J. WU KliUWU nlot (JuoX. lOUl u.utt vtntuu tacti of Ul l;lttg. ktuuwu oi tn I. u , u oki nouriu turn. ttlt'UOUU. llti. 1a L.U1I) .' ji u awi funding nuvu pumwM- j..u iu uuu uiuo viu lki I'Ui hi ,, fciu. a kuaiKi ot a i iuv locution 14 coliceinvu, n .. ..n.'uiy ut iMittvr. 4i jutormuu oy iuiumiiuj,oinuiii .... . i urlclau . l 1 .. lu . fclU la lu M a iur( iu limsu. 'may CUaiutU wiU kit ho. ui.ou iu any sbupo, uuu uwj . io au lUu ginning al u junoi i t.u tin ocou ciiurjtuu uuruto i' .u u ruit, it u very lUeo i .Hi custom oi selling cotlou m " io lue higaml biuuor Mil bo r- I' ' ouch u uiurket existed uvru i ' mu hui oujius cotton in luw . ,iuuail) uuuio in favor UUU nu i i. touuuued. Thu present atuu "Hi 'in, ha continued muru thu ru- ii .i iircum.tahcca than, doslro uu ' t" of local planters, u the old ' aru to id, was lur uioiu tat im.hiui; io tbo uiuu .t'lliug Ul tot- II ' M uny rate, u cbnugu lu tu ' .i (uituu bumnoii Ik .chcUulcU to .. i iiato thu year. k utitibt bu luvullouctl, too, that twonty as horetoforo. Tho nboo amendments were laid ti' u.u tlu will embody a uvvv regular meeting m ouo ruipwt it li oxiuct- - oor until tho next a to run ulth olw;trlo uiotorn. ThU for final adoption. w ouro douti uvsny with Causer of Tho porter wns Instructed to have front door I" irom thu uugliMi room and U al-- ) a plncnrd placed on the 12 o'clock with no-- ' every Wednesday at nudy to run on a inouicnt'n " ( day or ulght., without "Htcatn these words: "Ladles Uay." KenA letter wob reod from tho "!' ThU giu will doubtless bo tbo Hallway, Light and "' ') ouo lu tho country ilrlvou by tucky SW Electric Power Co and same was referred (ixtricll. in Dumber three will hao four to tho proper committee Hdinlg ami Mill bo ablo to lfruidla Tho Industrial Committee reported had been held imte a bunch of tho floecy staple If that several meetings bv that committee, among them tho run to ber full caiwclty. and a patent Mr Johnson Informs uu tunt they Kioctrlc Hallway project factory Tho patent bolt project U sure bo ready for business this bolt wns turned down. tall On motion tho meeting was If 'he good work go on. . by-la' i s v In this Issuo of the Courier 'will be majority Ho discharged his duties found the announcement nt Judge of this offico with great satisfaction Joseph K Itobbtns, of Mayfleld, as a to hU constituents, and with much candidate for Congress from this dis- honor to himself. So well did he trict, subject to tbo will and action inanago the fluauclal affairs of tho of his party tho Democratic Tho county, that ho mado a splendid repJudge Is too well known to tho read- utation as a business man and finaners of tho Courier to need a lengthy cier. On account of this reputation, eulogy Thero aro few If any men In 1891 ho was elected President of KENTUCKY CLUB NOTES. in tho First Congressional district be the Graves County Dank, whkh posiA FAIR OFFER. tion he held for six years to the satHickman, Ky . March 8, 1912 tor qualified to succeed our HIg who was recently elected to the isfaction of all concerned. Your Money Back if You'r Not SatMembern of tbo Kentucky Club In tho meantime, however ho was isfied. There United States Senato Ho is a clean, met In adjourned mooting e We pay for nil the medicine used nominated by acclamation by the nun regular fearless, scholarly, were no Quorums on the last Democratic party for Representative duriug the trial. If our remedy falls to meeting night In February and on the (ho kind that never fall to make good. Ho was completely relieve you of constipation. Interest-ln- c In tho General Assembly. uext adjourned date Friday nlgbt Tho story of his life Is both We take nil the risk. You are not oband Inanlrlnir. His advancement. overwhelmingly elected, and served ligated to in any way whatever. If March IsL distinction In tho momorablo you accept in offers That's n mighty step by stepfrom-aspoo- r our Tho foUowlniacTOunUjcrjuallow-e- d boy "on a "rental farm, to" a man of session oi 1896 and 1897. broad statement, but we mean every and orderi'd paid. A. A. Karls. In November, 1897, bo was elected word of It Could anything be more learning and scholarly attainments, for con!, ! 60, Hickman Independent holding positions of great honor and Judge of tho Circuit Court, in tbo fair for ou? Telephone Co , 118 for threo months common-sens- e trust by tho will of tbo people, has First Judicial District. Ho mado a A inot scientific, sertlce slid installing telephone, been so natural, and orderly as to dignified, able and Impartial judgo. treatment U Rexall Orderlies, which are eaten like candy. Their active Hickman Courier. U for membership thoughtful At tho end of flvo years, his health principle li a recent scientific discovporter, exclto the admiration of complimentary cards, and peopto o very where. Uy irtue of his failed on nccount of close confine- ery that Is odorlesi, colorless, and 1 1 JO. opening dance. o great naturarnblllty, energy and will ment of tho bench, and upon tho tasteless; very pronounced, yet gentle Mr. 8. Ij IXxlds, Chairman of tho of his physician, he resigned his and pleasant In nctlou, and particularhigh moral power, together with his Gun Shoot Committee reported that character, and pleasing address, he office, returning to tho practice of ly agreeable in every way. They do ho had secured dates for Hickman's has been ablo to ovcrcomo great dif- law. not cause diairbnvi. nnusen, flatulence, Annual Gun Shoot. They nro Wed- ficulties and to accomplish much in Ills recognized ability and reputa- griping, or any inconvenience whatare particularnesday, Thursday and Friday, Juno llf5. tion for Integrity and sincerity ot ever. Rexall Orderlies ly good for children, aged and delicate one week before the Grand Ho wns born in Grnves county, on purpose, has given him a command-- ' persons American which U to bo hold nt the 4th day of August, 18C4. At the ing influence at the liar, and In the If you surfer from chronic or habit-na- l Sprlngflold. I1U. this year. He also nge constipation, or the nssoclato or years his parents moved community. Ills reputation as a Jur of threo reported that ho had secured 1B0 rhronle ailments, we urge you with him to Calloway county, near ist Is state wide. On moro than ono nt our risk. Refrom the Intoretato Association. His father's nnmo occasion he has been called to sit to try Rexall Orderlies Concord. New at On motion, two amendments wore as special Judge of the Court of Ap- member, j on can got them onlytnb-letHo was a was Thomas Hobblns. onr store 1J tablets 10 cents; SO upon their first reading to placed a poor, but worthy peals In tbo determination ot import25 cents; SO tablets SO cents. Sold In blacksmith and aj follows: nmml tho In this community, this boy ant litigation, and bo presided nt one only at our storeThe Rexall Store man. Section I, "This lieu of Articlo III grew up, and tolled Industriously In of tho trials of Caleb Powers, for the Tho Hickman Drug Co. Gocbel. Club shall hold regular meetings fin his father's shop, and on rental assassination of Governor He Is n Democrat of the Progresthe Inst Friday night in each month," farms, hotplng to mako a living for sive type, is an able advocat6 ot the Capt. Koger, of Instead of the last Monday night In tho family. Paducah, woll Article VII. Section I. each month educa- principles of the partj, and nn ac- known here, who has Just retired His only opportunity for au "At all meet-lncsupporter of Its candidates. from the superintendence of tho. St. to rond as followstion was to attend tho public schools tive of the Club, not less than 10 a few weeks In wlntor, and to spend The party has honored hlra by his Louis & Tennessee River Packet Com election as Chairman of one State pany with headquarters at Paducah, (10) members In good slnndlng shall hU lolsuro hours at ouie at hard ouorum." Instoad of study. volco hns been was one of the organizers of tho comrnnstliiiio a. This ho continued, until ho Convention and his 01-H- e. self-mad- 'Another question that naturally Is why does tho equinox fall thU year on March 20th Instead of tho 21st? Tho answer to this Is simple. Tho real Interval between successive of the sun through tho equinox is 3C5 dnys, C hours, and Boys Clothes 49 minutes; so everyone knows, wo have put in a leap year every four years to keep the sun and the calen- are the dependable kind that dar together. In ordinary cases the are warranted to give excelsun's equinoctial passage comes about lent service. six hours 'ater In each calendar "We can prove to you that it year than in tbo last; but when tho is the best sort or economy 29tbof February has Intervened, and tho calendar year is a day longer to buy your boys clothes hero. than usual, it comes about 18 hours "Ir you want the best you caller by tho calendar dato. This is what happened this time. pa-sa- ges Your youngster needs good clothes. Going through all the stunts the average lad does, he probably gives his clothes some hard knocks. It takes bully good clothes to see him through some of his rough and tumble days. fyrf&cfion. want czafort Clothes." Boys i Prices: Smitlr & Amberg if WRECKING OF THE MAINE. trulWt Here are some of the ifiost Import' ant event traced directly to th? wrecking of tho Maine. Tho war with Spain, April 10, 1908. c. ad-vic- Tho independence of Cuba. Acquisition of Porto Rico, the Philippine Islands and Guam. Destruction of Spain as a naval and military factor. Administration ot Cuba's first bath In 400 years, driving yellow fevor out of Havana and Santiago, and teaching sanitation and making Cuba llko it. Theodora Roosevelt's rlso to tho presidency and Leonard Wood's from an army doctor to commanding gen- 2! fii.fi eral. Brought little Filipinos out of tho Jungles into Americanized schools, Increased trade enough to balance cost of war. s as' ' MARRIAGE 'S calls for rubbing application of It SNOW LINIMENT. per tho contracted muse cs and 11 n Maxwell and Lantlo Turnago. mits ordinary bouiiy wouou PrlCO JuC . --- Oliver Carter and Dolla IUIey. HUHUKUK Ul ,uw..- by "arry Williams and Tennio Illnnk-iiishl- COc and ILOO per bottlo. Sold Drug Co. Hickman UAL-LAIID- LICENSES. Granted In Obion County Since. Our Last Issue. A pain In tho side or back that .t.V- - --.. uhnn vou straighten up ....i "" Tucker and Bertha Korguson. Tho now primary election law fixes M. Albright and M. J. Uradshaw. electho tlmo of holding nil primary Claude Thomas and Vlrglo Uond. (August tions on tho first Saturday in John Kronk Ico and Zula Wright. must ot each year and both parties Androw Ithlel and Ix)Ulso Uhlcl. nominations on thnt day for all mako slate, district and county offices. Mrs. llobblo Scaff and 8. D. Smith, of Mnyfeij a finnn PROPOSITION yielding wero united jn mnrrlago Thursday, at tho brldo'n homo In Ful- - $1092 a year. If Interested, ace F P ton, . M. before May 1st. I was olehteon years of ago, when his father died, leaving him, his mother nnd Infant sister in destitute circumWith these cares on his stances. hands, he returned to their old homo whoro ho reso In Graves county, lutely continued his struggles ror in education and compotenco with great success. Notwithstanding his lnck of good schools, nnd opportunity to attend thorn, ho wns so studious nnd apt In his books, that at the ago of nineteen ho wns a successful teacher In the common schools ot this county. For four years, he taught five months each year, and nttended school between sessions, nnd in this way, solzlng every avallnblo moment for study, ho acquired not only tho technical learning of books, but his educational Is practical, and ho has mado tho most of It. In 1877, ho was granted license to practice law, and tho next year open wimm ed his office in ainyiieiu. nmong n few years, he took rank state. Ho tho best lawyers In tho now enjojs a largo nnd profltablo business, nnd Is known as ono of tho most successful lawyers In Kentucky. ofHis first Induction Into public In 1878, when ho was olect-e- d fice was surveyor of Graves county, by a hundred, on majority of twenty-thre- o to the very day ho was first eligible he was nom hold the offlco. Next, County nnted by tho Democrats for elected by a largo Judgo, and was potent in Its counsels for many years. Judgo Robblus Is now in the full vigor ot manhood, physically nnd in Tjuslness affairs and a fund of Tho post office appropriation bill now beforo congress has a clause establishing the parcels post on all existing rural delivery routes. This is suggested as an experimental measure and if found satisfactory, "tho plan pany about 26 years ago and has m.iy be extended. served as and superinBarred Plymouth FOR SALE: tendent of tho lino. Ho Is C7 years old and has decided to re tiro from ac- Rock eggs for setting. 19 for 11.00. Mrs, R. B. Scearce, Cayce, Ky. tive uslness. it ...Spring Millinery... NOW ON DISPLAY Millinery this year assumes early interest because Easter is not four weeks off. Most women will want to make selections early, while it is possible to choose from a full stock. : We are splendidly prepared to meet and satisfy U the wants of the most critical followers of style. i A ;i Smith & Amberg A BALD-HEADE- D WOMAN. tisrn of Her Crown of Bssuty, Lows In Love and Msrriag. Hair Is certainly most necessary to woman. Who could love and marry a What charm womnn? could one array to offset Buch a disfigurement? A woman's goal Is usually love and marriage. Her crowning glory Is her hair. The loss of her hair mars her beauty, happiness. aDd success. Vet there are thousands of women who are neglecting or Injuring their hair to Chas. S. Driver made a busluess such an extent that It Is only a matter of time when It will be utterly mined. trip to Cairo, Monday. Many women destroy the beauty of Xeckwear of every description 2rc their hair through thoughtlessness or Ignorance of certain facts. They use to J1.00. R. L. Bradley. or to excess. curling Irons ocr-heateYou pay for what you get on a which destroys the natural oil or the meter, no more flat rates. hair, causing It to split, break, and come out They do not shampoo their The worlds biggest applo orchard hair often enough, or too often. They Is In Kansas. It contains C4.000 use sonps or preparations which con- trees. tain Ingredients positively harmful to the scalp and hair Fred Coso has been making imAs a result of such treatment, dan- provements on his homo In Southern druff Is created, the hair loosens, loses Heights. color, falls out. and baldness commences, utiles proper and prompt preDest Patent Flour at my West HleX cautions nre taken In time. Then man store at $4.83. Guaranteed to again, microbes and certain diseases bring about unhealthy scalp and hair please. A. S. Barkett. conditions. It is said that a Hickman couple Almost nny woman may rid herself secretly married at of dandruff and diseased scalp and was recently hair If she will but uo the right rem- Union City Now guess. edy. We have that remedy, and we The Courier would like to have a will iwsltivcly guarantee that It will either relieve dandruff and baldness or good correspondent in the neighborhood of Hamby Pond. Write for parIt will not cost the user anything. Thnt's n pretty broad statement, but ticulars. we will Imck It and prove It with our Tho Fulton Weekly News, the JuWe will return your own money money If you do not find that Rexall nior newspaper of Fulton county, ago "0.T ITalr Tonic Is an entirely satis- five months, is go ting smaller instead factory remedy that will promote hair of larger. growth and overcome, scalp and hair troubles; that It will grow hair even Remember this is my last week In on bald heads, unless nil life In the my store on Clinton street. Bargains hair roots has been extinguished, the galore you lose money if you don't follicles closed, and the scalp Is glazed come in. A. S. Barkett. and shiny. It gets Its name from the fact that It grew hair In P3 out of 100 Dr. H. E. Prather has purchased cases, where It received n thoroughly the J. H. Travis resldenco in South hard. Impartial, and practical test. We want you to try Rexall "03" ern Heights, and will moro to his na flair Tonic nt our risk. Ton surely homo in a short tine. s cannot lose anything by doing so, Motors are being Installed right while you have everything to gain. wagon If you Get in the band You bad better think this over, and want good service by then come In and see us about this of- chinery with electricity. operating mafer You will be well repaid for your eg- visit to our store. Hemember. yon can After a lingering Illness of many get Itexall Remedies In this community days, Mrs. Elizabeth N'ewhouse, of onlr nt our store The Rexall Store. Fulton, died Wednesday. Heart dls- easo was the immediate cause of The Hickman Druz Co. death. bald-beade- d families of tho contracting parties, were. Dr. J. M. Hubbard and wife, Wndlu Barkett, aVuu6 busln-- is IN A GENERAL WAY! Dr.'H. E. Prather and wife nnd Judge man of this city, and Miss Reinza H. F. Renlley. Hnrkett, were married ut the home cf Arrangements had been in ado to InA S. Barkett in West Hickman, dun-da- y vite more of their Hickman friends, Dr. Jno. R. Owen, of Arlington, died afternoon at 4 o'clock. but this was Impossible, owing to Friday. The bride has only been in thh the bad weather. The Courier extends T. T. Sullivan Is hack from n visit country about threw months, comlug here from Syria. In Hopklnsvllle. The ceremony was performed by Get your money' worth at Hick- Bishop Athamuaus Haggar, who came SCHMIDT the TAILOR man Furniture Co. siaspJc usraraiaa BA R K ETT U ARK ETTV FINGER CUT OFF. Kd TRUSH CREEK ITEMS. Rov. Woods filled his regu), Evan, charged with shooting negro boy In the feet In the bot- polntmcn' In Cayce Sunday. a tom several weeks ago, has not had u Mrs. C. A. Bondurant has . n preliminary hearing up to this time, tho sick Hat for a few days. although lodged In jail a week aio. b.-- Johnnlo Bondurant Is worUiK , Evans had a bono felon on own of his fingers aud tho member had to the bank at WoodlAud Mills. be amputated first of tho week TbU The school closed at Moscow ti renders him unable to attend court - week giving two nights to eutirui,, and his trial will probably bo postments which wero enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Roper, of Cayce, spent Saturday wltl. daughter, Mrs. C. A. Itonduroiii Cayce. i NVS35Y a tl r j,. r ECONOMY because they exercise caution only as to how much they spend, and not as to what that expenditure procures. Mere cheap goods are dear at any price. -- Cayce Milling Company l.ns spring season. . .1 a car of wheat so a to be ti i.i to hold their trade during the C. A. and E. E. Bondurant at ed tho bedside of their father has been sick for some time at home near Fulton tills week. Bob Johnson, who recoiled t painful cut t Moscow Saturday rt'Stlng ery nlco and the d,, thinks It probably will not pr.. tnl. ,1 4 i , js nPHE dictionary defines economy as "carefulness in outlay," and most attempted economists go wrong i,. g 2 , , You must get quality to really economise. Tho school will close at Cny.. .Mr. Barber, the "Uk teacher, r planning a program will not only bo Instructltc lu tortalnlng and full of amusomeoi 22d We sell only good merchandise and, naturally, we price it so as to make a profit. But our policy of selling R for spot cash only enables us to constantly offer quality goods at less than the regular prices. 8 Mrs, Jatncs, of Cayce, died a' home of pneumonia this wk lug throe children and a huUi mourn her Ios. The younger Is very low with pneumonia at writing. . 1 And because these low priced, quality offerings are practically continuous is why those who have learned the ... .. mm true meaning or carefulness in outlay come to this store, s 2j Wo are sure halng some weather and the roads are 10 mi traveling Is almost a thing of post, so wo grasp the Courier cngor hands to catch the uw phones do not send. . w g. g g b ss It's true economy to buy here, because you are al- - ways sure of quality at a low price. Our county superfnlcndeiit u Ing very enthusiastically nrr Boys Corn Club. She has onl, boy from our school who has and wo triut all the boys w.t this will read the last week's Jor and send in their name T. mnko Hush Creek the leader only In number but In onthu. and work. MIGHTY -- . - Mrs. Phlpps visited Union City George A. Mlllett, of Cedar City, relatives Saturday. Utah, has developed a kind of sweet corn that grows on dry land In a dry C. H. Moore went to Union City country, and raises two to eight ears Friday evening to attend a stag supou a stalk. per. FOR SALE: E. R. ELLISON SLOW GO. ten pigs. Apply to S. The are two cases of smallpox in Fine brood sow and Fulton county not over a thousand M. Pewett. 2c miles from Hickman. Both cases are quarantined and no fur.iiCr trouble k expected. This Is my last week in my Clin ton street etoro and I am selling out everything below cost. Calico still at and Hope Domestic at 7&c Everything else goes the same way. A. S. Barkett. I Dry Goods and Variety CASH STORE 5AYSS REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Intt-rstat- IHE VALUE of Heat-appeari- 4c well-printng ed Chairman R. B. Beadles, of tho Fulton G. O. P., requests us to annouueu that a convention will bo held nt the court house In Hickman, April Cth, for the purpose of selecting dclcgMci to attend tho district contention at Princeton and tho state convention at Louisville. All Republicans of the county are urged to attend the lows: Union City, September 4, A. E. Homra, of Fulton, and Geo. Hickman meeting. Dyersburg September 11, Humboldt, Habeeb, of Lafayette, Ind., werohrpj Sept. 2, Paris, Sept. 25, Murray, Oct. to attend the wedding and Hickman Representative W. J. Jackson, cf 2 Dresden, Oct 9 people who witnessed It, besides the tho district, Is oil" of tho solons who believes that the state would be tho gainer If tho Legislature should adjourn right nou. He was moved to this remark when tho question carao up of holding night sessions in tho House, which mem-bo- r provoked tho to dcclaro that ho wanted as faw sessions as posslblo from now on in are right They want good tailoring. tho Interest of the state and that If They want it at a fair price. They tho solons had packed up and gone home a week ago the stato would Prflf II A I If If KSml(Ui If flft ysvSaKnsiBBBiBiLBiLBil want it to be so attractive that their IW 11 cJtBBBKmMKL ill If If m HI II llnWi have bocn tho gainer. Louhnltlo critical friends will be disappointed Times. - stationery as a means of getting and Holding- desirable business has been amp! demonstrated. Consult us before going elsewhere DDO At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Andy Kougb, near Oakton, Tuto this country from SIdon, 'r.n, evening, March C, at 7 o'clock. year as a delegato to a conven Miss Jennie Belle Kough was united last tlon of the Christian Greek Catholic in marriage to Mr. C. H. Rooe'rts, of Association which was held in MonColumbus. The Rev. B, J Itusjod treal, Canada. The Bishop was a was the officiating minister. delegate from the district of SIdon According to plans of tho western nnd Mount Lebanon. The ceremony was performed 'n accircuit meeting, tho circuit of fairs will begin at Fulton, Ky., August 27. cordance with the customs of thut The opening dates for tho others fol- nnclcnt country and very Impressive. Fulton-Hickma- n The Young Men Fulton-Hickma- n and their sensible friends well pleased. A. E. Anderson & Co. Tailors Chicago supply just that kind of tailoring tailoring that will stand the test of criticism wherever you go. It must for every feature of the business is handled by men who are experts, and who work under the best conditions. J. Estln Kellor, an indignant Confederate veteran of Lexington, Is out in a card loudly denouncing tho Confederate pension bill passed by tiic "tho vilest and meanest act oer passed by a Legislature" He sas that old soldiers virtually have to declare themselves paupers In order to secure tho $10 a month pension pro vided for in tho act. Tho Cemleau Springs noted propKentucky Legislature, which he callfc rBe Careful We are installing a "DAY CIRCUIT," and our lines will carry 2300 volts of electricity twenty-fou- r hours per day. The U. S. Postal Savings Bsuk . u Hickman is not what one would .. a how Imp success. After U bevn established 3 month., tltf- not a single" depositor not a srt.it. , on the ledger. Evidently our I"". i find the local Institutions saK strong enough for them, whui. . course Is a compliment to our i" era. Tho only way the govemu will erer make a iucwm of banking business hero Is to tk same advantage of the local b thai It does of the printing butux offer a premium and charge it uy ft&S&S tho taxpayers. Being at present a IcgiUmaWt, competing U bank 1 a stow-gponod until next term circuit xocrt. way of explanation wo would however, that the lack of su. A recent decision of tho hero In tho'U. H. bank is not faul Commerce Commission Is to tho ef- Postmaster 8teplicus; It Is slmpl fect that whero moro than one route cause Hickman's financial in! la available for forwarding n ship lions pay moro Interest on ' ment it Is the duty of tho carrier accounts than our Undo Saiunij In the absenco of routing Instructions, to forward tho shipment by tho route CARD OF THANKS. making tho lowest rote. This brings I tako this means of Unnkiii to an end a long-tlmcontroversy between railroad and shipper: and neighbors and tho good pv. p practically gives tho shippers tho East Hickman for the voice in routing tholr goods. It will showed us during the burial M Interfero materially with the practice bless you all. Mrs. J. W. Stow of zoning tho traffic for tho benellt children. of the roads that are In agreement or pact for tho interchange of traffic. A. M. Tyler went to Princeton, fa Mrs. Richard Smith visited Unlo.l urday, on business. City friends last week. Moving Pictures Saturday night. 1 " -- c o kln-ln-- ' erty, at Cerulean, has been sold to the Wilholm Hotel Company, composed of Paducah and Chicago capitalists Telephone and Telegraph employees are especially warned to avoid contact with our system. R. L. BRADLEY The Stitch In Time Line. -- ? ' It is now rumored that Elvis Stahr, a well nown young man of this district, may enter tho raco for county Judge of Fulton county. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager a The Now Knitted R, L. Bradley's BvbMrlb at Bilk Neckties only $1.00. at for th CrarUr, SAVE $6.50 Buy one of Our Elegant Hand-Tailore- NEW PRIMARY LAW. d $20.00 Suits, Smart and Up-to-da- te for $13.50 And you will Save just $6.50 Buy one of our $15.00 Suits at $11.50 and SAVE 1 $3.50 $2.50 Buy one of our $12.50 Suits at Following aro tho main features of the compulsory primary election law, which became effectlvo with the ar- proval of Gov. McCreary on March G It does not apply to school trua tees, nor o trustees of towns of tho fifth classes, nor presidential electors, but does Include United States Senators. Primaries are to bo held on the first Saturday of August In each year for the purpose of nominating candidates to be voted for tho ensuing November election. Out nominations by political parties to fill vacancies at special elections to bo held at some date other than the regular November election are to be made as determined by the governing authorities of the parties. If a vacancy occurs within seventy days before the regular November election the party governing authority may also In this Instance determine tho manner of nominating. Should a nominee die within seventy days of the election, his party may select the meth od of naming his successor. The law applies to those parties which at the Inst presidential clee Hon polled at least 20 per cent, of tho total vote cast, and thereforo ef fects only the Democratic and Republican parties. Any person may become a candidate In the primary who files, at least thirty days before the primary, tho required nomination papers, signed b not Ions than thrco per cent, of the total vote of his party In the district or county In which he Is to run. except that In districts having more than one couny, such nor cont of tho votes In half the counties only required, and In Railroad Commissioners' districts said per cent- is required Is only of the For state offices, only two counties. per cont. of tho voters of at least ten required. Heforo his counties nre nnmo Is placed on the primary ballot, a candidate must sign nn agreement to tho effect that he will not withdraw If nomlnatedi and that he will qualify If elected at the November eloctlon. The County Clork Is required to publish tho names of all tho candidates not loss than twenty days tho primary. Both parties nominate their candidates at the same Identical time and place, the same officers conducting both. The officers arc to be divided tho samo as at regular elections, with respect to political affiliation, and are , named by the county Hoards of Ele-tlon Commissioners. The voter must announce his party to tho officers, whereupon the clerk Issues him the ballot of his choice The returns are canvassed by tho one-fourt- h be-for- o 6" 3E1 POULTRY NEW: Tinning and Plumbing Shop CONLEY i!- HI MAKING IH IMPROVED NEST-BOX Weight of Hsn Causes Platform to Tilt, Thereby Closing Door-S- ize Should Vary. The size of the nest should vary according to the breed, writes Fred L. Bailey in the Farm and Fireside. For the Asiatic breeds it should be not less than 3Vi feet long, 15 Inches wldo and 20 Inches deep. The hen enters the nest by walking in on the platform. Her weight causes the platform to tilt, which, It means of the lever attached, closes the door. When tho & RUSSELL V have opened up a new Tinning and Plumbing Shop over The Peoples Bank, with a full supply of new material. Our work is guaranteed to please. Prices the lowest. Let us figure on your work. Fieil Improved Nest-Box- . hen leaves the nest, she goes for the light which comes In at tho slat door. Her weight on tho front end of tho platform causes the door to open, and It stays open until she finds food and "water and is ready to go back on tho nest. The box Is best with no floor, so the nest can be made directly on the ground. Explanation: A, platform. 1 feet long by which hon enters nest. B, board across back end of platform, on which she puts full weight when entering nest, causing platform to tilt C, lever attached to platform and door, showing door open. D, point where lever Is attached to door. E, point We Will Save You Money Telepone Cumberland 52 M C. Helm To amount received of J. It. Wright 67.45 117.50 $216.33 Uy amount pad Council Proceedings f w FioZjtP where lever Is attached to platform. F, board attached to under sldo of front end of platform, causing platform to stop on a level when door opens, and, helping to balance platform. O, cleats with notches in upper ends for axles of platform to rest in. Notches are 8 inches from the bottom of tho box. H, partition board between nest and platform. I, nest. J, cover. THOUGHTS OF SPRING FEEDS $ 0.00 and The stato bears all tho expense, precisely as It does in regular elections. Coleman W. Dul'ont, ono of the wealthiest mon In Delaware, has found a new method of leaving u lasting monument to his generosity In building model highways with his fortune, Instead of libraries or Mr. DuPont will benefit the rreat masses who cannot participate In tho benefits undoubtedly extenaeu Mr. bv both libraries and colleges. DuPont has announced' his Intention of building a model highway across tho stato of Kentucky, and actual work piobably will begin this summer. Just where tho road Is to start and Just where it will end, Mr. DuPont has not announced. It ought to run from Hickman to Hig Sandy. .tnhn Klrklndall. who has been In tho employ of tho Mengel Ilox Co. hero for a number of years aa millwright resigned his position last week.lt Is probablo that Mr. Klrklndall and his family will locate In Southern Texas. Their many friends hero will regret to learn that they expec to leave Hickman. col-leer- samo Hoard. Bird Should Have Variety, Especially Great Deal Reasonably Rich In Protein Lime Is Needed. Apoplexy among fowls is generally confined to tho overfat birds and generally the heavier breeds aro subject to It. It Is, therefore, necessary that tho keeper does not feed any great quantity of feeds to his birds, especially to the heavier breeds. In tho spring of the year more than any other time of the year the birds should have a variety of feeds, and especially a great deal of feed reasonably rich In protein should be Included in the ration. eggs aro usually produced In considerable numbers at this time of tho year. The reason for this ecncrally lies In tho fact that the birds . do not get the proper To form in egg shell the proper materials must be present, nnd If they are not present egg Is the result. the Lime Is one of the necessary materials needed In the formation of an egg shell, and at this time of the year, when the hens aro beginning to lay, a liberal amount of lime should be present at all times where they can partake of It when they desire. In providing any kind of feed whether it be vegetable or animal feed, be sure that It is pure and wholesome. Musty grains and rotten meats will causa sickness many times when the flock is in perfect health. Soft-shelle- d fe-dsoft-shelle- d SAVE Hickman, Ky., March 4th, 1912. Council met in regular session. Present CouncIImen Dillon Dradley, Mayor Schlcnker, Powell and Isler. Dillon was absent on account of sickness. On motion councilman J. T. Dillon was elected Mayor pro tern. Councilman-elec- t Edmonds was pres ent and tho oath of office was ad ministered to him by II. C. Helm, Notary Public. Tho minutes of last meeting wero read, and on motion approved and signed. Tho following accounts were pre sented, properly approved, and on mo tion allowed and checks ordered Issued for amounts. I5C.58 Garrett KIrkf lumber, etc J. A. Noonati, dieting prison 31.30 ers Hickman Ice & Coal Company 98.50 globes for street lights Hickman Ico & Coal Company 2.00 work on water troughs John Wright, street work.. ..84.75 John Wright, serving notices.. 24.50 Report of City Treasurer for Feb ruary, 1912. out dur- ing February Balance to credit this No change In nt ..$197.20 $19.13 Water & Light Bond Account since last report. Dalance $1504.69 W. C. Johnson, City Treasurer. On motion the foregoing report was received, ordered spread upon the records, published and filed. The City Marshal presented his official bond with S. L. Dodds and C. G. Schlenker his sureties. The City Clerk presented his official bond with G. N. Helm and J. W. Cowgill bis sureties. On motion both bonds were approved, ordered spread upon the records and filed. On motion the Street Commissioner was Instructed to open up Fulton Street between Urookln & Market Streets, and put railings along tho sldo walk on said street; and to grade and widen the road leading up to the Cltv Cemetery and to put up General Fund Account. posts and chains for hitch racks To balance por Jnnuary this road. report $31.38 On motion Council adjourned. To amount received of II. Attost: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. m&t ua ? You can pay more money but you can't buy a better one. Every garment perfect in style, fabric and workmanship. -i "Quick Meal" Steel Ranges have led all others for years, because they give such universal satisfaction. Users of "Quick Meal" Steel Ranges are our very best advertisers. . . . "QUICK MEAL" STEEL ill aro con structed on scien RANGES A u. K ml PU I A -- " AWJJ - J"-- i- An inspection of these new goods will prove a pleasure to you and will be appreciated by us. SULLIVAN BROS. Hickman, A farmer near Paducah Is lying at the point of death as tho result of a pecullah Injury which ho suffered A nli?ht while Biillttlng wood. ho was swinging largo ax which struck a clothesline. It fell upon his head, broke tho skull and pierced the brain. Farming nnd gardening in general will bo at least 30 days behind the crops of last year on account of continued cold weather. The early day in of March, 1911, found fruit trees way. bloom and plow'lng well under trip J. M. Pullen made a business Tipton vllle, Friday. Ho says tho to moro he cces of other towns, the move he appreciates Hickman. Sat-inii- Two of our local contractors tell us thnt they havo all the work contracted that they can possibly finish during tho year. tific principles and their materials are distributed in such a way as to do the most good. This is a good sign un- that Hickman is to experience an usual building boom as the weather opens up. For hoarseness, Inflamed lungs or Irritating coughs. BALLARD'S HORE-HOUNSYRUP is a healing balm.. I does its work quickly and thoroughly. Price 2Gc. 50c and J 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. "Twenty years ago this week the Str. City of Hickman cleared for New Orleans." And what became of tho City of Hickman? FOR SALE: Fine brood sow and ten pigs. Apply to S. M. Powett. 2c D Kentucky Courier, Mothers Magazine, ModOco Harris has been on tho sick ern Trtecllla and tho Peoples Home list for several days. Journal. MIbs Leah Barry has been on tho Mrs. Fannie, wife of tho lato Vm. sick list this week. Johnson, died at her home In Union Call 138. Schmidt the Tailor will City, Wednesday. Slio was 78 years get your clothea, eld. All ono year for J1.30 Tho Hick-wa- n lasting. The parts strengthened are the parts where tho most wear is. The walls aro so well lined with Asbestos that no heat is lost, it being radiated just whore needed. "QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES aro made almost entirely of stool, consequently cannot crack and aro stronger. . FJwSt Mr QUICK MEAL" STEEL RANGES are just heavy enough to be good, durable and -- ay M m : I St. Louis Furnishing; Co, lacorporrtwh - - --- " iffl Best Kentucky Lump i COAL Eti IVEIU3D Alto Dealer In HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH I Why cough? The Girl of Sto!P it! My Dreams Stop coughing! Coughing rasps and tears, stop it! """itnir WILIUR by rtertlUatlon of lh Wilbur D. Nttblt and OtU lUuarbwh i iL oi plr XI D. NES1IT Nubll PHONES CopyTlrht byW P Hiw.i.i Olublmic Ofler.. 1 tie price. Include Carolyn had The Irrepressible Courier out ymrmiU the ultlctloii imin.j come to the front steps, adorned In a oue jrenr splendid hat of yellow straw wreathed THE HICKMAN COURIER with gorgeous red popples Behind WHY DO SHIPS let rae got" Pigeon Williams, his eyrif her came ONK YKAH WITH She thrust the ring Into hts hand, CARRY ANCHORS drinking In the beauties of the gtrl Tint and he ran down the ladder and stead-le- .Unsltrc's Magazine.,., $2 3u thmrt i H.(Il- - artinn rtt th hnL. IN FAIR WEATHER? w It at the bottom. Mrs. Blazes All Story Magazine and the hat. els, poisonous products are absorbed, American llauker carefully crept from the window, with "Say," he remarked, "that's a peach causing headache, biliousness, nauses, Aruuteur Sportsman j; of a hat, Where'd yoa get It?" much manipulation of her skirts, and Why Should You dyspepsia. We wish you mould ask. your i ;i anxiously let herself down a rung at Amurlcan Boy "I found It In my room," she said. doctor about correcting your constipation Carry Insurance? A. Catholic Qrly. 4 '"Harry must hare meant It, as a sur- by taking laxative doses of Aver's Pills. waa half way down American Fanner Itovlow a time. When ahe , jw ... Mm br th J r AYcn o going to sur prise for me. Now !'m she "cried: 1 0; American Homo Journal Because it is better to have it prise him when be finds out I've found "Oh! I'm scared! I'm going bsckl" Am. Grocer 3 "I can't accept your Kina mumuiru. She started up the ladder again, Am. Ilorio BriHxlur It Let's stroll In the garden." and not use it, Nothing loath, the enamored Pigeon You're a couple of years late Mth It and the count almost fainted. He Am. Journal Medical Scicuco tiu Harry I'll pay CHAPTER XIV. shook the ladder violently and threat- A. Ijgal News 515 Than to want it and not have it. accepted the Invitation. the cornerand but" you any price for the hat, of American Motorist the Count peeped around ened: j ;y Daphne came down to him and the house, with grimaces of wrath and "Iff you go up aaudder round, I up- Am. Motor Now Waiting until the coast was clear. MORAL Insure with A. I'oultry Journal 1 despair. looked at him with amazement Count von Kits came from his hiding set ltl" 1 j "You don't mean that. Harry, do place and dlscrsetly lifted the ladder. Timorously, she came down, and at A Shcop Breeder "Never mind." Harry whispered. Appnrol (Jazettu ;;;, ("We've still got a hat up our sleeves." you?" she said. "Why, don't talk "Walt a minute," he said to him- last stood on the ground. Architecture and Building s;i "Oh I How heavenly It Is to be Argoey General Blazes came from the door, about the cost of the hat It's the self. Quietly he went Into the house, jvu Insurnce of All Kinds RIGHT ir I bidding the others good night. dinner I want" as quietly reappeared In a few free!" she exclaimed. and Arkausaw Traveler nu WRITE IT. " ''Tell Harry I'm sorry I had to hurUp the walk again stormed the gen- Automobllo Topics..,. Lucy again came to the door. She moments, carrying the hat box which 1 si ry off." he eald. "My wife will surely wanted to find Carolyn and tell her Lucy had taken from Primmer, and eral, and Mrs. Blazes at sight of him Baseball Mngazlno... 2 Ij Office over Hlckninn Rank and Trust Co. screamed, and would have climbed Better Fruit be at home by this time, worrying that she was going home. Now she which she bad left in the hall ay. BOTH PHONE 97 4 li taw Harry and the milliner. Daphne herself sick over my absence." "Brains In der head beats cash la the ladder had not the count caught Billboard Brauns Iconoclast refused to be convinced by Harry's der pocket," he moralized. her arm and restrained her. I7i As he descended the steps Dnphne Cat 17., He wedged the hatbox under his Central Blazes had not found her Black Book Magazine Dafflngton, breathless, came up the shaking of his head, and said: Illuo :j. "To think of you treating me like arm and crawled up the ladder to the at home, and bad returned to hold walk. In her hand sho carried a bat 3.M Tapping gently upon It he counsel with Harry as to the beat Bookman window. box containing the hat she had rushed that! After all I've done for you." I loot and Shoe Ilocordcr 3 Jo "Yes, Miss Dnphlngton. I know," almost fell off the ladder when Mrs. way to locate her. And bow he found Boys MngszJno to completion as a favor to Harry-Tha- t I To Blazes swung It open, her In the company of the count, la Breeders Gazette worthy and Count von F1U Harry replied, soberly. lui Harry! How can you be so "Oh, nudged each other as they saw the "Be careful, vomant" he urged. "If Harry's lawn, with a ladder leading Business Philosopher 2U general and the little milliner meet cold nud cruel?" Daphne sskrd. I fall off diss ladder on diss bat you to a window la Harry's house. Casslor Magazine St., "No," Harry said, decisively. "That's stay In diss house for life." "Aha!" he shouted. Stand and Times ZV, lath 'General!" said Daphne, dropping all off the "Into now I'm engaged to I Ci "Merciful heavens! My husband!" Cement and Kng. News "Give me the batl Give me the the box and clasping her hands. 4 Century Magazine she walled. "Daphne!" exclaimed the General. be married to the dearest little girl hat!" Mrs Blazes exclaimed. "Und he only buries sodding of Chicago Farm. & Drovers Jr... 1 c: "Glff me my ring," the count rewindow above opened slowly and In the world, and all this fluffing busiThe Courier-Journa- l 1 u Weekly stamped dem but delr hats!" the count reflect-ed- . plied. Mrs. Blares peeped out upon the tab- ness Is out for good." :bias Christian Advocate, St. Louts keeping Mrs. Blazes between "Is that 60?" Daphne whipped out, leau. She slipped his ring from her Anger Colliers Weekly "Sol" the General said, bitterly angrily. "Suppose eh knew about and offered It to him hastily. But and the general. : Colemaus Itural World "Sol" the general roared, confront- Commoner "Flirting, were you! And with that that other woman who Is hiding In with one hand clutching a round of your room!" arm about ing her. "This has boat your plan, Concrete Akv the ladder and the other scrub of a Dutch count!" 170 list Joncer through hirder Lucy gasped, and clutched her the hatbox, he was hardly la a post-Uo- n has It?" He turned os Ue count vin- Confederate Vuteran... 1 to ttrvicc than any other be"Loafer vat be Issl" mumbled tht cause they hue a rcanJ 1 ;.. dictively. Trying to laverfgU my wife Cooking Club Mag to take It Count, and Harry clapped his hand hands together. bolster, which docs away Cosmopolitan...... e with sharp comers (where "How can I?" he sputtered. "It Iss to climb Into that "For heaven's sake, don't talk so over the Count's mouth In fear of bejoined to handle) blade is loud!" Harry begged. "My dear, you are wrong!" Mrs, Current Literature a ring, not der mumps." ing discovered. here wear is constant and Delineator bardeit This is but one "Of course General Bla2e Is a good "Put the hat tn the window; then Biases wept. "Listen a moment, and Designer "Any woman," said the General ol many notable features ol sternly to Daphne, "ought to be friend of yours." Daphne sneored, you can take the ring," sbe advised. I can explain." Dog Journal.... eeeeeae "but he might not relish It to hear "Wrong? Explain? Woman, I see Diamatlc Nows. WROuERSBROS: "Und dea you get der hat und glff ashamed of being seen with him." Of that his wife" me der laugh?" It all bow! You have planned aa Dross Daphno looked about her for some 2i "Stop right therel" Harry ordered. knives, which cive lasting; Dry Good Heportor "Nonsense!" she answered. "1 nev elopemeat with this this pretzel I" way of escape. But the General went Hi service and satisfaction. t ;u "Don't pretend that you don't know er want to see your ring, or you "Bretzel! Ach OottI Und I must KconomUt on: , Numerous patterns are I am perfectly Innocent In this whole again!" Duus !l:vluw ottered in this lamous "Silstand dial" the count fumed. "And this ring you gave me! His ver Plate that Wean." 2 70 Editorial Ilevlew thing. You know how I accidentally "Der same to .you, und many off ring! His ring that he Didn't h "What?" Mrs. Blazes demanded. "I Electrician and Mechanic Sold by leading dealers 216 ran over hsr hat this morning. You dem," he retorted, swinging the hateverywhere. Send for cat give you this very rlngT" Elite Styles 311 alogue "c-L-" showing alt know that you, yourself, sent to this box around and trying to shove It Con. on opposite pus "No," Daphne answered, nervously. Engineering Mag 3 71 ocsicns. house a duplicate of that hat, and "He didn't give It to me. General. He WEWOI HITMKM CO. Etude (Music) 20t that I never met the woman before In (totrmitlcual surer 2 he wished It on." Ercrybodys Magazlno L.&, narrtot.) my life. And you came here to see Everywhere... 111 bet you the scoundrel "Weill Miusci. Cu. you and that was Every Wouiana Mag lis doesn't wish It on any other woman!" herbe In that room how her. happened to And yeu with 1 ii Family Story Taper The General tore the offending ring Farm aud Flrceldo 11 from his finger and threw It away. It I la Farm and Home... directly to the Count, who rolled Farm Journal (10 yenra) !: grasped It fervently and whispered to Forrest and Stream i is Harry: Field and Stream I L4H i I. 2oi ..'.!! , i Forum , "For diss I forgif him all der rest!" j li 1 7i genUe sigHarry kicked him. as a Cos Engine Girls Companion... l(u - .S nal for silence. Bk IbSbSb i 1 srv Housekeeping "I suppose," the General accused Has a full line of Qrcen Book Album Try Sloan's Liniment tor your : i" J, her. "you are back here looking for LH '. .svSsHssW tj writ .. .... .... .... ...... don't rub just lay it on Harper Bazar FRESH CANNED GOODS him, ehr lightly. It goes straight to the sore Lucy opened the door and looked 4Marnors Weekly out, evidently wondering where Harry spot, quickens the blood, limbers up 43 Harpers Magazine..... might have gone. She thought h 1 :.., tne muscles aim joints and stops Homo Needlework Mag Both Foreign and Domestic walUng for her on the lawn would be .. Iloroo World the pain. beach, 8eelng the General and Daphne Iu Humorlxt Washington Grip Flakes i " Hun tor. Trader and Trapper.. she drew back, but she heard hts quesHere's Proof Cream of Wheat Inland Qrocor and Butcher.. .u tion about the hat, and DapUns's anJdJm sH H Mrs. Julia Thomas of JacVson, B ii Judge Rolled Oats and Postum swer. Cal., writcst "I have uted your linii. Kansas City Star Weekly.... "No," Daphne said. "I brought this ment fur rheumatism with much sue- Kolths Magazine ,. .' m All New Goods. CCM." hat for Harry Bwlfton." JU Ky. Fanner and Breeder Lncy silently came down the steps I Jul lea Homo Journal Martin J. Tunis, jco loth Ave., -Fruits, Apples, Oranges and stood In the shadows. Taterton. N. I., writes a i4 'I Ladles World cripple with rheumatism for two yean and I could not move at all t had "What?" the General asked. "Is 4 Pecans, Malaga Grapes I.'Art do la Mode to be carried from place to place. I tiled remedies and could not get bethe getting up a hat trustT He must Lc Bon Ton. ,, 4U And Bananas ter, until I tried Sloan's Liniment. One bottle fixed me up in good shape Lo CoHtunij Iloyal think a lot of that lltUe fiancee of Waiting Until the Coast was Clear 4i now I always have a bottle in the house for my wife and children." and '"' Blackwood Magazine Count von FIU Cams From His Will be glad to have a part of his." Llpplncotts Mag .0" "Oh," Daphne explained carelessly, Hiding Place. Uterary Digest 4'" your trade. "It Isn't for her. He told me It was ' 3u Leslie Weekly for another woman." know that everything I have done, 18 .Magazine Am. History "XQQ 2X030.0 Daphne passed the General, first and all the Ilea I have told, and all 1 Magazlno of Hysterics picking up the hat box, and tripped McCalls Mag. and Pattern.. the suspicions I have endured, hav up the steps and through the open been because of my honest effort to 2 0J McClurci Mag doorway. The General walked away, protect her good name." Jj Memphis Commercial Appeal. -- Oj Metropolitan Mag shaking with laughter and buckling: "Still, appearances are against you," 1 OJ Modern Priscella "Harry Is up to his old tricks." Daphne argued. 3 MoToIt Harry, from his place of conceal Lucy smiled with Joy, however. 3 Co MoToR BoaTIng to rush forth and ment, was about Amos Meddsrs strolled out and saw CIVIL ENGINEER Munscys Mag -- W speak to Lucy, but this Uma th Lucy. kills any kind of pain. Good for Neuralgia, Toothache, LumbuRo and Musical Observer ' 7j Count restrained him. Lucy stood and Chet I'ulns. Sold by all dealers. Price 25c, SOc. and ft.OO. 170 "Daughter," he said, "art thou not National Monthly sighed: Weekly Sloan's book cm llontt, Cattle, Hop and Poultry Mot (rr 15 afraid of catching cold?" Land, Drainage and Municipal "Oh, Harryl" Addmt 1 Now Ides Womans Mag Harry and Daphne turned, almost DR. EARL S. SLOAN -Boston. Mo... 1' Now York Clipper Primmer appeared, still lugging his Surveys, Maps, Estimates guiltily. 4Jj North Am. Review hat box. He almost fell down the ssswrrr- - rmmmmmmmmmmmmmrfmmmmamm and Reports. Outdoor Life steps, at seeing Lucy alone at last -- 3" Outdoor Mag "My time has arrived!" he said, ec&o Office over Nalfeh Bros, store. Outlook LIFE NOT WORTH LIVING statically. "My poor, poor Lucy! I 2 OS Overland Monthly have tried so hard to see you alone. VEGETA Hickman, Kentucky 1.90 Pathfinder Here! Let me present you this slight 20s Pearsons Macazlno P. O. Box 60 token of my affection this bat! Wear Is tho way Miss Alta Abel of West 175 Phllistlno X Phone 4 my sake I" It for C. H. Moore 2.0j .11. MOOR Baden, Ind., summed up her oxlstenco Physical Culture FRUITS He was surprised by the eagerness nfter having sought In vain for health. 175 Pictorial Itovlow 2.35 with which Lucy seized the box from Sho writes: "I was a completo wreck Popular Mechanics OB. LOKGNECKER his hands. .... ... always tired, worn out and nervous, XUCK.... I 2w "A hat! Yes!" she exclaimed. "Give I had to spend about i I. . . . Hod Book of my BiSSSSsSHSZaSjSjSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSJBiBSBBBBBBBSI 2Gj Veterinary Surgeon Itovlow of Reviews it to me. Tee, I will wear ltl" In bed. tine 1 5? St. Louis Globo-DeX XjZj.4k.Trja Primmer was about to burst forth "Vlnol, your delicious cod liver and Graduate of Chicago Vet. Satire Into rapturous words, when she said: Iron tonic, was recommended, and 1 St. Louis Republic College 1893. "Nay! Do not speak to me! Leave can truly say It has dono mo moro ATTENDED 2.00 Saturday Evening Post me, I beg!" and rushed Into the house. rood than all tho medlclno I overtook .. 33x Scientific American Office at Stcvo Stahr's Livery Barn Primmer followed her In, bewilder-me-nt n my Hfo. That nervous and tired Scraobook -- ATRat. Phona 038 pllng Is all gone. I havo gained In Offlct Phonaail holding him dumb for once. BOTH PHONES Scrlbncr's Mag 3J . olth. flesh Daphne came out of the door, say-Ins-;: u and atrongth, until I feel Smart Sot Residence Phone, Cumb. 194 Uo another person." (Wo guarantee Southern Planter "Weill They're all going crazy is testimonial to bo genulno.) : I). V. H. Southland Magazine What Vinol did for Miss Abel, wo here. I can't find any one who will Ten Story Book H6. Calls promptly answered night or 3.05 now It will do for every nervous, Graduate and Licensed listen to me at alL" Tip Top Weekly Basket leaves every day. Satisfaction guaranteed. 2.60 Harry came from his hiding place overworked, tired, thin and Toilettes Tuesday afternoon TT3aTr'3Bn.x3xr, jjdiscouraged woman In this vicinity. Twentieth Century and said: 2.66 Try a bottlo of Vlnol with the Travel "Did you want to see met" UNION CITY, . TENNESSEE . . 's 4.25 FOR SALE: Mrs. S. M. Vanity Fair that your monoy will bo. Best Work Lowest Prices "Tee. Here's your hat Now, let's 0., Ofllce lleeco Alexander's Darn Womans Home Companion.. Possession hare our supper, Harry." returned If It does not help you. brick residence. X .Uv 1st. Set Dr. J, Mf Hubbard, tci & Blllson, Hlcksaau, Ky. Juse "Iff bo use, Daphne," he toM her. Helm d Coughing prepares the throat and lungs for more trouble. Stop it ! There is nothing so bad for a cough as coughing. Stop it! Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is a medicine for coughs and colds, a regular doctor's medicine. Sold for seventy years. Use it! Ask your doctor if this is not good advice. tn "Why, bless my soul!" Harry said. didn't see you folks come out" "I Just come," Lucy told him. "And what art thee getting, Harry?" "He's buying a hat" Daphne said Another hat?" Medderi "What? asked. "Oh er yss, certalaly," Harry re piled. "And for Lucy?" "If you will let me give It to her, sir." "What? Two? Why, Harry, sty boy, thee art extravagant" "Two?" Lucy asked. "I wanted you to have your choice, Lucy," Harry said. Daphne maliciously opened the box and placed the hat on Lucy's head, her window Mrs. Diazes From watched the proceeding In abject despair. "Thank you. Miss Daphlngton," Harry said, taking control of the situation. "I'll let you hear from me tomorrow." "Good evening all," Daphne said, sweetly, and left. Mr Medders, Harry and Lucy went In, but Lucy kept Harry back far enough to squeeze his arm and tell him he was a dear. "1 tnrough tne winaow. one ceugnt neio of It also, but It was too wide to go through the opening. In the effort to force It through the count lost his balance and came perilously near going down with a crash. He saved himself by clutching the window frame, however Mrs. Blazes fretfully said; "Clumsyl Let me show you." She untied the string on the box, took off the lid and took out the bat She let the box drop to the grountf, and with a little scream of delight stepped back Into the room and hurriedly donned the hat "It's a perfect duplicate!" ahe said, happily. Then, while the count was descending the ladder ahe started to climb out of the window, but the count stopped her. "My ring. Iff you bleaset" be said. "For goodness sakel Take It and DO YOU READ ? Let us Save you Money on Your Magazines . . . In taking advantage of these of fern, you must take tho Courier with at least ono offer. For all other umK nzlnes, tnko one dollar off the pri. of each oue you want. Exampl. Alnslce's Magazlue and tho Court i J2.30, aud All Story Magazine taker! with them costs only St more, or a totnl of 13.30. Following we site n fnw of our m i; in HENRY HELM ii Triple Plated Knives 1 1 ho!" 1 1 ;- F. E. CASE & SON M. KsWyS?-I ! . Relief from lu Rheumatism d rhcu-matiM- n ly J- ss I 1 PAFF HAWKINS SLOANS LINIMENT . 1 Nows-Sclmk- I IIHri! GROCERIES I Jj produce t ""pTrol I f 1. 0. ono-thlr- d Calls Promptly tttttSjtlSttt ,.,., ...... LAUNDRY GEO. H. ALLEN R. L. Bradley J- tuca Hub-bard- mwmHiiyjffisato . v T "WW""" ' Ui it UIHIIWH sSST cl M n- The Girl of My Dreams.. "Don't trr to palaver mel" the gea-,shouted. and shouting f All thU noli count wa heard by thoet In the rl lope with that!" She pointed ft leorsful finger count. at the "And X mi her ester t&to hooee cr. thU afternoon," Mr. Blace oontln-Be$ "and then I heard that you were here and oh, darling, forgive me! La Cltde Building, over Brevard's Store 5 I came to py on youl" "Perfectly amarfng I" Harry said to Phone No. SI C himself. "I'm In the primary class, compared to her." "Why." the general tald. "My own little petl" He took hli wife Into hli her, Mr. Bwirton." He dropped the ring la to Lucy hand, and was gone. Harry led Lucy to a seat. "Now," he said, "I'm ready to tour O. STUBBS HOKE SMITH IS i WILSON BOOSTER Former Cabinet Associate of ittiiBiigftii,. rfPr Judson Harmon Enthusiastic for Governor. ." STANDS FOR SANE PROGRESS "Nay," Lucy said; happily. "The need not explain now, Harry, dear. I I know all thee would tell me of that. Life's Study Fit Him Peculiarly for Tell me something else." Duties of President No Other CanAnd he told her. didate 8o Certainly Insures THE END. Democratlo Victory. Sweet Pea Not Royal Chofoe. In vain did gardener and horticulturists In England try to push the claim of the sweet pea a a coronation flower. Queen Mary ha decided that the pink carnation la the blossom she will carry. The Windsor, which Is a deep pink, the carnation she particularly far-orbut tho Lawion, a cerise carnation; the Enchantress, which I pal pink, and Uus Mrs. Jollffe, which la salmon pink, will also be fashionable during the season. The Worshipful Company of Gardener have begged to be allowed to present the coronation bouquet and the queen ha agreed to ac cept It from them, so they will keep the rarest and moat perfect Windsor carnations obtainable for the royal bouquet bf tv 1 Ih-rdlu rdl rdlouoouo One of her reasons for preferring the carnation to the sweet pea a the flower to be used Is that the weather will probably be very warm at the time of the coronation and the sweet pea fades very easily, while the carnation does not droop in the heat. 1 mm l fVERr Vr F1CIUTT TO D.ITE jffifetok. United State of Georgia, who served In President Senator Hoke Smith e, UsssaMi'' i MfssnEbl I " "",,,"'easBBaBiaBai "New," He 8tld, "I'm Retdy to Ex. plain." arms. "I I forgive roul I want you to forgUe me. The Idea of my giving you even a moment's unbapplness of that kind!" me pleaded Mrs. Biases, from the shelter of his shoulder. The twain, reunited, went slowly down the walk and Into the street. Mr. Medders observed that Harry and Lucy looked as though they bad something to smy to each other, and said to the count' "The yeung man whom they call Hereon U tlttiag In the summer house with Oarotya, tad Ceutla Socrates Is agaia la the attlo writing a soaaet. WUt fee come In with me and see if thee can find a cigar!" 1 thank you, from my heart," the count replied. "Cut I haf mm writ ing to do und Iff you excuse me, I go down to der hotel now." "Then I will say farewell, until we meet again," Medders observed, shaking the count's hand and returning to the bouse. Count von Pits stood before Harry and Lucy a moment. T vant to say ohooet dlsa," he spoke. "I vant to say "Diets you, my children!' Und I cant make a present off a hat. but iff you Till honor me, Mr. Swlfton. by allowing Miss Lucy to accept a llddle token of my good vishes, I Till glff her diss." He slipped his finger Into hi pocket and produced a little case, which he opened and then took out a ring-- not sucL a ring as either of the one he had recovered but a beautiful cluster of diamonds surrounding a ruby. "Diss," he said, "Is a ring I vas keeping to gtff to der most beautiful, der sweetest, der truest girl I shouldt fled in America. I naff found her und now 1 lose her, because you found T-tak- e Cleveland's cabinet with Judson Harmon of Ohio, ha come out strongly for Gov. Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey for the presidency. In a statement lust Issued at Washington. Senator Smith says: "I favor Governor Wilson for no persona reason, but because I believe hi nomination and election will beat serve the people of the entire country "Governor Wilson stands for oane) progress, for a square deal, for Justice to all, and at the same time for a government by law under the constitution. "He is the most profound student In America of the history of our country and of Uie great economic problems now to be solved. With the Information gathered by a life of study, fitting him peculiarly for public service, Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill Hill HIJI ' TOR' THE Of COLLECTION DRAFTS. OUT OF T0HK ITEMS. .f"D THE HANDLING OF IOC.1L BUSINESS Hill SEE VS ABOUT LOA N THE HICKMAN , J (I BANK ANO TRUST CO. Gztoi.5q.O QimswpfM 32j?0Qggl "Oivt Me the Hatl" Mrs. Bluet Exclaimed. "Qlrf Me My Ring," the Count Replied. 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 1 MRS. LAWSON CARNATION 1 GERANIUM 1 FLOWERING BEGONIA 1 BOSTON FERN arrangement with the Farmer and Stockman we can offer the Hickman Courier one year ; the Farmer and Stockman one year, both for By special 1 home, and flrtt Harry came running followed by Lucy and her father. "What In the world la happening!" Harry asked, ruihlng up to the ax cl'rd trio. I hare trapped this wretch!" Gen-rryelled, indicating the Mate count with a geiture of hli clenched ou flit. An Eye to Business. ways put in a couple of sheet of paper when you weigh. Cuitomers will think you neat and cleanly in your "John." said the butter dealer, "al- Harry, helplett, looked from one to the other Mra. HIaiee, deiperate, glanced at him and laid' Mr Swlfton can explain, I hare nothing more to ay." She assumed an air of supreme to whatever fate might hold In abeyance for her. "Well, Harry," the general at Id. If It'i up to you. tell me how thla happened " "Tell you how what happened I" Harry asked, daxedly. "How doee It happen that I Cnd my wife trying to climb Into your houie, aailited by this noodle." "Noodle! Oott In Hlmmel! I forget myselluf yetl" the count gritted between his teeth. "Oh! What? Trying to climb Into my house!" Harry repeated, brushing hit hand over his brow. "Why why- -It roust hare been tome kind of a Joke, general. Yes surely It was some kind of a joke." "Joke!" the general blurted out. "Hut why should she want to get Into thy house, Harry!" Lucy asked, with a bit of mlschlevousness, for now she knew the whole story. "Test" the general barked, turning to his wife. "Why should you want to get Into hla house!" Mra. Dlaxes saw light ahead. "My dear. If you will only calm "1 will tell you everything. I know you will think I am a foolish woman but, darling. I hare been Jealous el you." "Jealous or me!" said her liege lord. "Forgive raol" she pleaded. "But when I heard those report about yvu. business. The don't like to have their butter slopped onto a scale that, for all they know, has never been washed. And, besides, there's a good profit In buying paper at three cent per pound and selling it for IS cants." GLORIOUS NEWS, come from Dr. J. T. Curtis, Dwight, Kan. Ho writes: "I not only nave cured bad cases of eczema In my pa- !' tients with Electric Bitters, but also cured myself by them of the same disease. I feel sure they will benefit any case of eczema." This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric III tiers Is a most effectlvo blood purifier. Its an excellent remedy for eczema, totter, salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expel poisons, help digestion, builds up the strength. I'rlco CO cents. Satisfac tion guaranteed by Helm & Ellison. CHURCH 8enator Hoke Smith. he wa called to the governorship of New Jersey. There he demonstrated unsurpassed capacity to handle the NOTICE. West Hickman Daptlst Church. I'roahlng first Sunday night In each month at 6:45 and every third EaEJ2E'SEEI35J5JHiaJaaB3SISiaSIBSS3.' Sunday at 11 a. m. and 6:45 p. m. Sunday School every Sunday morning nt 0:30 o'clock. Prayer Meeting every Thursday evening at 7 o'clock. This Is to notify members of Elm Everybody Is cordially Invited to atCamp No. 3, W 0. W., that your tend those services. Services held dues may be paid toT, C. Bondurant opposite school building. Itov. W. L. or al the St. Louis Furnishing Co. to King, Pastor T A. Stark cr H. C. Barrelt. Regular meetings on Wednesday night of each week. YOU are urged to You can use Uucklen's Arnica Salve euro chllrden of eczema, rashes, to be present. tetter, chaflngs, scaly and crusted "rleporta! What reporter humors, as well as tholr accidental "That you were Infatuated with a H McMULLIN.C.C. Injuries cuts, burns, bruises, etc., milliner Mile. Daphne." T. C. BONDURANT, Clerk with perfect safety. Nothing elso "I! I Infatuated with a milliner!" heals so quickly. For bolls, ulcers, the general asked, with a look of terold, running or fever sores or piles ribly Injured Innocence. "I! Rldleu- It baa no equal. 25 cts. at Helm & Ellison. CBe!lSfc!I(2e!lflc!le!lc!ISISiaiB31i?SiaraiBiaH Notice W. 0. W. fgaaiaaseEiaaiSEEaafEi SPEAKING OF GREAT HATS. T. It.'. If you want to sell your Land or House and Lot List It with Cocked (a la Woodrow Wilson). Medicine Hot. Tho ono that you converso through when you don't know what you aro talking about. Tho ono that tho fellow wants to know where you got It. Tho ono with much willow plumes that you will havo to pay for a fow days beforo EaBter. Tiio ono between you and the stage (Physically considered, this Is tho greatest of tho lot). "Merry Widow." The ono the bees buzz (though It's railed a bonnet.) Handicap. Tho ono that Lord Klngsalo ac quired tho right of wearing In the royal presence. Tho Worshipful Master's. Tho ono that's off to you. Your own hat. practical affairs of government. He proved that a ripe scholar could posses rare executive ability. "Under hi administration New Jersey ha obtained pure election laws. Intelligent regulation and supervision of publlo service companies, legislation to promote the, health and the educational progress of the people, and many other measure of similar nature, yet no invasion ha been made of legitimate property right. Inaugurated Many Reform. '"The splendid reforms which he led to successful completion are In line with the work which will confront him a president. "As the nominee of the party he can be relied upon both by speech and pen to teach Democratlo truths with a clearness which will carry conviction to his hearers and reader. He 1 a master of the tariff problem. Ills speches upon this subject are models. He ha captured an immense following throughout the entire country. "As a result of discussing the question with senators and congressman from different part of the country, I do not believe that any man can be presented by the Democracy who will so certainly insure success. "I am assured that the party could not name a man with greater strength In those states usually relied upon for a DemocraUc victory, and that In addition thereto a number of middle and western state, usually classed a safely Republican, will come Into the Democratlo column. "He expresses in what be has written and said and done more nearly than any other man suggested for the nomination the aspirations and hope of the great body of the people. I favor hi nomination both on account of hla fitness for the office and on account of hi strength a a candidate." A strange monument of modern still survives at Nlsh, in southeast Servla. During the War of Independence In 1800, a Servian garbar-barla- 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. 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 $ .00 each and the plants are easily $1.00, so we offer you the lot, worth $3.00, for only $1.30. worth Address all orders to THE COURIER, Hickman, Ky. 1 $1.30 I "WE USE" DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 'J And don't BlslsssiiH6ilft have to grease but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. The Light Question Gruesome Tower. M. B. Shaw, rison there exploded a powder m&ga-iln- e and perished therein rather than tall Into the hands of the Turks. A battle had previously taken place, and the Turks commemorated their victory by erecting a rude tower, ornamented with the heads of their enemies. Old people will toll you that there were once 1.200 heads, but as the tower was never more than 25 feet high, thla 1 probably an exaggeration. give Lamartine and other traveler tho tower. Visitors It Is economy to havo your clothos descriptions of habit of carrying oft were In the cleaned and pressed. Thoy will glvo skull as souvenir, but when Nlsh present a became Servian the remainder were you better servlco and much nicer appearance. Our prices taken away for decent burial, all save are reasonable. White Bros. phono a Urn that were too deeply embedded. 195. On rural routes only The Hick-nu- n Courier and Dally Memphis ComProf. Sap Spradlon says tho reason lead is so heavy Is that there is mercial Appeal (except Sunday) for only 4.00. so much of It In a small piece. can be beautifully settled by using the electric You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course Why more ef fectivein not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modernjhouseholds. Hickman Ice Incorporated. Coal Co. JOHN DILLON, Jr., Manager. ii. t.X aakt j. l. -- jjJ it. o2X-- tsSjS -- r MORE 4 CHANGE 11 We are installing machinery for the purpose of changing all of our electrical system to the al- grinders fall to allow them to thoroughly masticate their food that their dally usefulness oeases. Their Immunity from accident and Animal Will Do More Work and disease Is proverbial and so true Is this that it is seldom that one ever Costs Less Than Horse. hears of a mulo being seriously in Jured unless by gross carelessness or MULES NEEDED their It la only when, from advanced m. Tbrir Immunity From Accident Disease li Proverbial ities More Than Offtet jection Raised. (By 1 M. IIULU nd neglect ternating current. The "direct current," which has existed in the business district for the operation of electric fans, will be abolished. Good QualOb- Virginia.) All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices, hours motors, etc., can be operated twenty-fou- r per day. Parties owning direct current fans will do well to list them for sale, as they will not operate on the new current. All current will be measured by meter. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. J. T. DILLON, Manager HOGWALLOW DOINGS. The Old Miser gave the Dog Hill preacher a hickory nut yesterday. Atlas Peck has traded for a dog to be used as a companion until he can get a wife. An enlarged picture of Jesse James has been hung on the wall at the Hog Ford moonshine still house to preserve order. Slim Pickens has entered society, and since doing so he has put insect powder on his mule and greases his buggy with vaselene. Dock Hocks, who LATE, POPULAR For generations the mulo has been uiod exclusively on the farm In the south. Thoy seem not to be in favor to so great an extent on the farms In the north and west. This seems a pity as the mule will do a much work, live on less and last longer at hard work, than the d horse. There is an old saying In the south to this effect: "Two sets of mules will last a farmer his lifetime. For Instance a farmer starting out at 21 years of ago buys a trim of mules three years old. They are ready to go to work. Four or five years of age might b tatter, but at three years they are capable of doing steady farm or road work If properly cared for. The writer has known them to be put to regular work at two and a half years of ago and kfpt at it until thoy had crossed the quarter century mark. But to get back to the young fanner. He starts out at 21 year of age 1,000-poun1,200-poun- They are not subject supposedly to glanders or farcy, the two most fatal diseases of horses. The conformation and texture of their hoofs renders them much less liable to lameness than horses and when used regularly on the farm and even occasionally on the road, they will not require shoos. Another thing in their favc Is that they can be stabled without haltering; a stable of 20 head of mules turned loose will not give the trouble of thre horses turned lose, as the former will not light but will live peaceably together as a visit to any big salo stable will prove as here the mules are always kept In pens, free and turned loose, while each horse Is haltered In bis stall. In feeding mules It may be well to remember that they will keep fat on the allowance of about a horse of the same weight, that they will eat up roiifhage and that their grain ration will only be about thnt of a horse. When It comes to dally care and attention, the mule will live where the horse nil! soon die. friends are also These largo-eare- d than the horse, more three-fourths two-thirsure-footed Tho opening of tho Panama canal following saving of distances. Europe to San Francisco, C.200 miles, utvd to Vnlpnralso, 2,100, England to' Now Zealand 1.600 mile.!, and to Australia. 800 miles; New York to Shanghai, 1.400 miles; Montreal to Sydney, Australia; 2,740 miles; New York to Australlaslnn ports an average of 2.400 miles But all this Is not as Interesting to us as the fact that Hlckmnn will becoma tho hcud of the deep water on tho Mississippi which means great things when tho canal Is completed will effect Tor Rent Nice residence on the hill, in good neighborhood. Four rooms and reception hall. Electric lights and water. If desired, will remodel and put in bath room and water closet. L. P. ELLISON The growsome manner In which brotlcggers aro getting whisky Into Oklahoma from adjoining state. In lolatlon of the liquor law, was revealed when officers discovered that n coffin taken out of n bnggago car at tho Midland Valley dopot contained not n corpse, but was filled with pint and half pint bottles of whisky. Cold-water. Sheet Music Just received, price A bill to put sugar on th f list and another to extend tlu oration tax of 1 per cent to in, uo Individuals hnvlng nn Income of o a year wre ratified by tho It,,. Democratic caucas. These bun k t good to thu Courier; we hk. m, Wo clip this item from the (Mich.) Reporter: C. II. Par 'Sweetening" and when we no fubulous Income of $5,000 a . ham and wife, of Hickman, Ky., left today for Chicago to buy a line of wo shall 1h dollghtcd to pay H gents' furnishing goods. They will per cent. pen In tho store formerly occuplwJ List our real estate with the uy B R Mooro & Son, March 15. Courier; If we don't soil It, It doesa t Squint J. T. Futrell. who lives on cost you anything. tho Tennessee-- side of Fulton, has Klcctrlc fana can bo operate a marrlcel over 1,200 couple's and as many months In tho year as de- - r i many ns eight In ono day. under tho now day and night sis'' l or 3 for 50c 20c & 4wftitupe . BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW ' f&xt-r I r r- k " Fethe French II 11 t&J2LUK .1 J x- - ' 'f r -- .r! - v IOctL T'-- "VMCZJ '"Lr.T'ff r - .1 I I fell from the fence Thursday and broke two ribs, is bridge by walking and drivlnc across being attended by the umbrella mend- nn thn !ro It nilcht Im urnnnnu fn er from Bounding Dlllows. set the bridge aside until the ere K Yam Sims has written to a Chica- begins to thaw. This would be a fgtsgflaV gfsgffalflgL gH CwLgflB a gB iw niiiiitr BBBi sgflaB H MtVkjjSMWMSji go house for a prospectus of a new great savlug to the tax payers B gflH f sgflM suit of clothes, and expects to walk Hogwallow continues to get mo.e with Miss Fruzle Allsop under her important as a commercial center large hat ere the onions bloom again. tgTili.. .. V Now, through the untiring efforts it In his lecture at the Wild Onion the Hogwallow Improvement Society, schoolhousc-- a few nights ago Prof. of which our fellow townsman, Uuk" Sap Spradlen gave it as bis opinion Mathewsla, Is president, our town that dandruff was only frecklos that has been placed on the tin peddler circuit, and one will hereafter mnk had been Jarred looso by sneezing. this place every two weeks Fletcher Henstep fell from his A large yellow mule hitched to a house-tolast evening and was badly Jarred up. When examined by the cart occupied exclusively by Jefferson horse doctor he did not know any- Potlocks, ran away the foro part of J thing as he does not read the papers. this week. The runaway,was headed towards Rye Straw and might have A fellow living over near Buzzard resulted disastrously had not JefferExcellent Type of Mute. Knob wants to trade Yam Sims a son had the presence of mind to with his team of mules, resist heat and files better and do not good watch for his mule. Yam In- hasten on ahoad and let down the For twenty years, or possibly with chafe so easily tends to trade, but will find as much fences. care, twenty-flvyears, they will do The objection many farmers raise fault as possible with the watch. good work. At the end" of that time to the use of mules Is that they do not Tobe Moscley has been ranned as they will, at the present prices, if fat breed, that they are stubborn, often Elllck Hellwanger heard of a mar- Bpeclal committee to investigate the and sleek, bring from 160 to $76 each. vicious and that they are entirely riageable widow with three gentle indications for the forthcoming blackThe farmer la now 47 years of age, to pleasure purposes. children and a cow living over near berry crop. He has given the task He buys another set of mules, they Those objections are worth conyears. By this sideration but the many good qualities Thunderation, but after a visit to his careful consideration for the pat last him twenty-firthat place ho concluded that ho would few days In making a scientific ex- time the owner Is 72 years and prob- of tbose sturdy beasts seem to more ably through with the dally struggle take only the cow. amination of various bushes, and for existence, in fact, is in a position than offset them. From a commercial standpoint it while It Is hardly time for the blos- to "rest on his oars," as the saying is, may be well to remember that a pair The Hog Ford Preacher requests soms to make tholr appearance he leaving to a servant no doubt the of muleo, well matched, that all who attend services at his feels safe In giving out the official management of the farm. well broken and well grown, say churchy whether members or Just The longevity of the muje has been weighing 1,100 to 1,300 each, will bring statement that lie does not know plain citizens, must hereafter refrain a. fact for so long that from $550 to $600. anything about it -- Kentucklan. from reading the Congressional Ilec-or- d like the common law, the memory of Now it takes a mighty good class of while he is preaching. man knoweth not to the contrary. farm horse to bring such a price. Pliny, in his writings, mentions the More moles should be raised by the A good treament for a cold settled An eating house called the FarmIn the lungs Is n HERRICK'S RED mule that had been used to carry farmers all over the country. Breed er's Rest has been opened at Tick-vill- e PEPPER POROUS PLASTER applied grain to the markets of Rome until he your heavy set fanr horse mares to a , by a gentleman that used to dig to the chest to draw out Inflamatlon was 60 years of age, turned out as too stylish Jack and when BALLARD'S HOREHOUND old to follow bis dally labor and this your colts come take care of them and cisterns for a living. All his tables and are made large in order that his pa- SYRUP to relax tightness.. You get a god, but faithful beast declined to bo they will prove to be about the most the two remedies for trons will have plenty of room to by buying tho dollar the price of one shelved but insisted upon making the profitable stock on the place, either size Horehound regular trip to the market place al- to work or to sell. chew their steak. Syrup; there Is a porous plaster free though free and unloaded, falling in You will find them easier to raise, with each bottle Sold by Hickman line as the other beasts of burden easier to break and cheaper to keep The Mall Carrier attended the mag- Drug Co. began their Journey than horse colts. And, when you ic lantern show at Ryo Straw SaturIt may bo safely asserted that a want to dispose of them they are sJ- day night. Ho took his mall pouch mule will last as long as its teeth and ways in demand. The bill providing that teacher along with him, and when the door who have taught for twenty years In keeper stopped him he threatened to the common schools or have been FIX PLOWSHARE FOR ALFALFA have him arrested for interfering with school superintendent for part of tho the U. S. mall. twenty years, need not bo Edge Ground Around to Resemble passed the senato Thursday. While the Gimlet Creek is frozen Blade of Bread Knife Roots over our citizens can exercise quite a Cut Off Easily and Clean. Light and water bills are due and saving in the wear and tear of the payable on the 10th erf the month. Anyone that has ever plowed alfalfa sod knows how hard the roots sheep aro to cut, says Ten tons of hay will feed 100 a Canadian writer In one year. Popular Mechanics. In plowing many Fowls oro almost aa subject to colds of the roots are not cut off. I had a as persons. grunt, but never let Let the pigs them squeal. Leaky feed troughs are leaks in your farm profits. colt A poorly grown, heart-brokeI can hardly be given away. Rations for chickens should Include a small proportion of meat food. Don't let the cows out in tho storms to stand around. It doesn't pay. I Plowshare For Alfalfa. Jerseys havo been bred at seven months, but fifteen months is better. Old ewes should be fattened and Meld of alfalfa at one time that I disposed of before they lose any teeth. was unable to plow, aa my team was Ducks are never troubled with lice too light to draw tho plow through tho unless boused with chickens or tur- the roots. After thinking It over for a time, I keys. It is best to reduo the milk produc- decided to make the edge of my PHONE ing food, so that a mature cow will plowshare like the cutting edge of a dry and rest for a month to six weeks bread knife. The edge was ground on an emery wheel as shown In the before calving. Ground oats, wheat bran and a little sketch. I had no trouble in plowoil meal, together with some alfalfa ing the field. The roots slip over the or clover hay, will keep the brood scallops and are out off easily and clean. sows from becoming feverish. ifvyi li ' r s 1l m n Mi;m ! 'Br'1 .'nra .A f T I "VTT i IV i nr rr rn & 5E . 1 thiftlsgtallJiigMsrlygslB p RARGA1NS that are bargains not mmm vl Mr: ' ': m&i '. -- ' tt r old stock with new price tickets on. Every article in the store is marked down to cost or near cost. 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 is to come into this store today and inspect them for yourself. You need not buy unless you want to. three-year-ol- d e e Get here early have first choice. a Some Special Bargains $18.00 10.00 12.00 : good-sized- $25.00 Davenport 15.00 Beds 15.00 Oak Beds DiningChairs Buffets $ 2.75 1.00 16.00 Wardrobes Hickman Furniture Co. E. E. REEVES, Mgr. Next Door to P. 0. tauJA&ri iJtarftSs n GROCERIES and FRESH HEATS We don't carry everything under the sun, but we do handle the best of everythingjto eat including of course, our famous Spring is Coming Don't worry about your Harness, have the goods to sell and the beauty of it is have the price so you can Snowflake Flour Every sack guaranteed. A share of your busincas'solicited. "get by Don't forget the Harness man when you get ready to buy. 154 Phone No. 74 Ask about our coupon systemjif you want to save money. Hickman Harness Co. Matheny & Plant i WWPW wwi? ' ' ' nr-rm- ...,. tsr BkkVsvHiVHHiHHiiHHHiliHJiiHiHLvHHHHHHH "t1! SUM -?- ' - - t-- t -? -- ? ?- - sj i - $ LOOK $ LOOK $ The season is at hand, and note the extremely low prices : Hip, Goodye'ar 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 $2.00 Overshoes 1.75 $1.75 Overshoes .1.50 $1.25 Overshoes 100 Overshoes $1.00 One-hal- f 90c LQuner's Jf-f'om- e Qrcle $3 Tho social neighbor Is not always the useful neighbor, yot each In her placo has special influences to exert of equally beneficial consequence. Tho .sympathetic neighbor Is also a popular one, but aho has to exercise continuous tact, lest her solacing Influence may occasionally bo overdone or utilized at untimely periods. Tho lnqulsttlvo neighbor Is always a dread to everybody within tho reach of her Inqulsltlvo curiosity, as aho docs not soem to have any Intuitive respect for others foellngc as regards their dlvulgence of personal affairs to an outsider. $7.50 Leibovitz's Spring Announcement Having Just returned from Gt. Louis It Is with pleasure I announce the purchasing of one of the best and most uptodate lines of Mens and Boys Suits, Pants, Shoes, Shirts, Hats furnishing and working goods ever brought to Hickman. Every line has been carefully selected, and everything for Men and Boys can now be had. The above goods are guaranteed, and strictlyCASH '' that's pew busihigh-clas- H. E. CURLINllousc of Quality WATER FOR THE GRINDSTONE Thlok and Two Boards, Three Inch Four Fast Long. May Ba Arrangad In Satisfactory Mannar. three-lac- s (lz Inchea fasten frtone and withIon, tore Inchtogether a board at h Taka two boarda four g$ X 1 tight Inchta loos and about twelve Some feeders prefer ullage that la Inches from top Ball a 2x4 to place aU month to a year old beard thrae feet keg on A thrae-lncThe alio the beat aolutton of the nln Inchea loeg aarraa ac a brace. problem of iliort pasture Sboot the rnbblta If you want to tare the young apple tree. Rhubarb ihould be grown much more largely a a forcing crop Orvat care ihould bo exercised In choosing the corn fod to horaes Turnips are generally considered to Tin be a very valuable feed for a'wlne A atltch In the winter time saves a broken harnes and delay during seeding Liberal feeding meana feeding all that the cow a will eat and dlgeat thoroughly Humua, the decaying vegetable matter of the soil, tends to prevent soil erosion for tha Qrlndrten. The goapel of clean milk la the gosays a writer 1b tha Mliaourl Vallay pel of prevention, not the gospel of Farmer. Water la put In a straining paint act wills a amal faucst naar The III tempered man or the man the bottom. Flow can b regulated to who cannot control his temper la a tha desired amount, and the water U misfit for the dairy. alwaya ready for use when seeded. Salt and fresh water should be kept where they are available to the steers Benefits of Telephone at will at all hours Owing to sucreaihe dry years Telephonic communication with the strawberry plania are scarcer and higher than for a long time market ! a great advaataga. vylg f iffilff Wx1 Let homo stand before all other things1 No matter how high your ambition mny trnnscond its dutloa, no matter how fnr your talents or your lnfluenco may reach beyond Its loors before everything else build a true home! Then from Its walls shall come forth the true woman and the true man, who shall together rule ami bless tho land. Is this an over. wrought picture? Wo think not. What honor can bo greater than to found such n homo? What dignity higher than to reign Its undisputed mlBtressT What is tho ability to speak from a public platform to largo Intelligent audiences, or tho wisdom that may command a seat on the Judgo's bench, compared to that which can Insure and preside over a true home, that husband and children "rise and call nor blessed!" To bo tho guiding star, the ruling spirit in such a position Is higher honor than to rulo an empire "Good morning," with a heartful wish lor blessings In the tono of its The values are the very best that can bo offered, and as my ness expense is less than others, I 'am enabled to sell the same merchandise at much lower prices. s I shall carry out my policy, the same courteous treatment to all, and satisfaction guaranteed or your money cheerfully refunded. Trusting that you will call and Inspect my stock, and feeling assured I can please you In Style, Quality, and Price, I am, Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. P. S. I handle such representative lines as. Schwab Suits, Stetson Hats, and Selz Shoes, and Wilson Bros. Shirts and Furnishings. m one-Kallo- n to Utterance cheers tho heart of faint and fearful ones, and softens many a hard spot that has placo by inner!-tanc- o or cultlvattlon, In the breasts of humanity. The that beams from the oye when one Is greet ed by such words as "Good night" lights many a weary spirit to a chamber of rest and neaco and to a land those in whom we have not one spark of pIoa,sant dreams. of vital interest; and to tha hearts dependent upon us for sympathy and appreciation, have scarcely ono cheory Man, like tho fire, is apt to torment word. women by going out at night love-light, Your phono order will rccolvo A step taken for mother Is a pearl Don't be deceived by to much talk Whlto Bros. dropped into your future diadem. about cheap ahlnglea. We will sell prompt attention. you the same good a or less money Cleaning and repairing. I'hone 195. and can furnUa you a better shlnglo If It la cleaning and pressing you Of all praises, praise should bo If you want It O. M. Yatei Shingle want the Tailor Is tho man you are most lavishly used In tho family cirCo. looking for. Call 13S SCHMIDT. cle. How many of us keep all our Moving Pictures Saturday night. words of kindness for strangers for Hubscribe fro the Courier. llEM (flkr) iTfcpfe BHili&i $ p3S Let us take time to be pleasant. Miss Mai Stowe was the guest of Tho small courtesies, which we often Jennie Brice Saturday and Sunday. omit because they are small, will Miss Florence JcfferJes spent but some day look larger to us than the wealth which wo covert, or tho fame week with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Klmes. for which we struggled. Misses Neddie and Lor a Beasley The Finest Face Cream Fortune's wero guests of Esterlco Cllnard SatWitch Hazel Cream. For sale by urday and Sunday. Cowgllls Drug Store. Misses Donnie and Vera Jimerson and Mollie Stowo spent Sunday with If tho littlo children get a bump or Florence Jcfferles. a fall or a cut or a skinned finger, C. M. &. G. TO EXTEND LINE. mother will say: "Como to your mothMrs. Byrdle Pollock and chlKlrcn All preliminary arrangements are er and lot her pet you," and sho will spent Sunday with her neicc, Mrs. being hado for tho extension of tho kiss tho bumped head and wrap up Lee Poyner, on No. 8 Island. tho hurt finger with a few kind C. SI. & G. railroad from Hickman to Metropolis, Ills. It is hardly expect-o- 4 Miss Bldlo Montgomery, who fell words. Then the child knows you that tho line will be extonded tho off a horse three weeks ago and love it, and It will lovo you and alway respect you, ana wnen years navo entire distance this year, but thoro broko her arm and knocked hur pased.and gone and they have grown Is little doubt of Its building part of shoulder out of place, went to Hickup to manhood and womanhood they tho way far enough to mako connec- man last Monday, having her arm will' 'look back to their childhood tion with the I. C. at somo point east set and shoulder put back In placo. dnys as tho happiest dajs of their of here probably In tho vicinity of Clinton. Contractors havo been looklives. Atty. A. M. Tyler was a business ing over tho proposed routes thU visitor In Paducah, Saturday. Whlto A woid of comfort kindly spoken. week, which Is a good Indication thnt Will many a moment cheer; the "hen's on." As soon as tho water there, ho tells us that ho heard A word of scorn to a heart that's recedes from the upper bottoms, a quite a good deal of talk concerning the new interurban line to be broken, final survey will bo mado. Pres. Lat-t- a JVIU causo grief for many a year. Is anxious to make this extension, built from Paducah to Hickman, and and It Is said when once the work the general concensus of opinion In begins it will bo pushed moro rapid- business circles of Paducah is that We help our children most when ly than their last years work be- the road will be built. Strange to we help them to tako an'honest view say, at any point on the proposed tween Tiptonvlllo and Hickman. of homsolvcs, and this wo can never Taken all around, the completion route thero is moro enthusiasm and do by flattering their too easily flatof this line will be a great benefit to confidence of the building of the lino tered than at Hickman. Wo should glvo Tho best way to keep the boys at Hicknian, and the Courier will bo this matter moro encouragement glad to seo tho extension made. homo Is to make it an object for them We make your personal appearance not to go out to seek amusements, Light and water bills are due and our business. Are you ono of our Every for these they will havo. customers? White Bros. phono 195. farm home ought to bo mado a very payable on the 10th of the month. heaven on earth to its Inmates. i J'ako every home whero there are boys; cheerful, comfortable and enjoyable. Remember the good example, taught us by the best of books, let us kill tho 'fatted Calf" for tho prodigals. Then they will not frequent billiard and drinking saloons, but will love and enjoy the friendship of tho fireside. - herself to a wise neglect of unimpor- ROUTE 8IX. tant things that she may be to her Brent Vaughn spent Sunday with own the embodiment of sympathy, Bob McKimmons, Sycamore. hope, gentleness, and lovo. charity, wisdom of "f i. Lester Vaughn of Lake county, visiting relatives hero this week. U h'v w. Mu cheerful countenanco is a duty and how much more is It necessary in the homo! Our friends can get out of our way if we aro not good companThey ions, but our family cannot. are helpless victims, shut up in the 6no house with us.. For tho sake of tho children, for the sako of tho ciders, for tho sake of humanity, let pleasant smile, a us cultivate a hearty laugh, and a habit of A we owo to our neighbors Mr. Renter: SAVE YOUR RENT "cHSKSiSafc-aK- awa,-slaMw. Iy5x 6 v? We have the New Red Cross Spring Models ssas S5 Oxfords 53.50 and S4. Hirfi Shoes S4, 54.50 and R. m .....l. L. mm&mTm StfVSXMS BRADLEY - ''vis'i . .'vWivry ", ..?':$&?;. -. s w mm The woman Is the heart of tho home. If she Is cross, miserable and dlssplrited, there will bo littlo life and true happiness within. Let her do her part, but let her refuse to labor beyond her strength. A wise ten- dor mother Is of more importance than anything else in the world to young children. Let every mother train BUY A HOME On Credit easy payments. See W. A. DODDS WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING ? Close Fellowship Is Christian Life By Rev. Washington Gladden Columbus, Ohio Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. habitually wish for, what wo habitually choose and prefer, that are we. And the man who wants to have the truth of Ood In bis tntnd and the purity and love of Ood In his purpose can have the Inspiration that will make his life dllvne. This, I suppose. Is the kind of communion that the text offers us, and It Is the substance of this that we ought to be thinking of as we sit here this table. It was to bring men Into this relation with the great friend that Jesus lived and taught and died When any man haa learned to realize this great friendship it Is well for All things are his life, death, him things present, things to come. Love and Marriage. TT "7 ' a-- t ( ' assBEeSrf v Mmjj .- a '& iv . . ras se. JasT.'AV BAY DKEAMS If'your dealer doesn't handle Incorporated it, write for prices. TEXT Ilehold I stand at the door and Knock If any man hsar My voice and open the door I will com In to him and be with Ms. Revslatlons tM. Never Come sBaSBBSsalB7lJErv3 .ST" CcMlllkt Ttl I Hickman Wagon Co. THIS ADVERTISING PAYS A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law ReiulU Obtained by Sacramento Development Association Have Been Very Satisfactory. Although less than half of the $50,-00advertising fund of the Sacramento Valley Development association has been available during the past three months, tangible results have been obtained, according to the report of Secretary O. H Miller The report showed that big results are commencing to accrue from the eastern advertising, which the association recently placed In about seventy large publications. From July IS to August 15 a total of 1,020 Inquiries were received from this advertising. 'Of the Inquiries received, as stated In the report, farm Journals lead with 561. dally newspapers with 197, and magazines, 140; those received from miscellaneous sources were 82, and from the Sunset Magazine, 50. This Is an average cost of 80 cents per inquiry, and which Is regarded aa exceptionally good for the poorest month of the year, and la considerably below the average usually established aa tho cost for each Inquiry. The members of the committee declared themsehes pleased with the results of eastern advertising and voted to appropriate $7,600 to be used In additional advertising during the winter months. 0 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. reach. An advertisement in this paper is a reference guide to those whose wants aro worth supplying. It will help sell your goods talk to the people you want to Advertising for Direct Returns. Our nslsnbor killed hU Thomas Cat. For reasons all his own. Then he was sorry for the ded. He felt so sad and lone. Next week he advertised for one. And e'er he not replies. The old cat turned up home again. It pays to advertise. T E M., In New York Telegram. A Quick Recovery. -- ASK "Mamma," said Johnny, "If you will FOR RATES- let me go Just this one time I won't ask for anything to eat." "All right," said hla mother. "Get IT. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH ' your hat" Johnny, perched on the edge of a Services: big chair, became restless as savory Every Sunday 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. odors came from the region of the Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. kitchen. At last he blurted out: "There's tots of pie and cake In this house." W. J. McMURRY The admonishing face or bis mother Attorney-at-Larecalled his promise and he added: "Uut what's that to met" From Ottlee la LaCtade Dullding on corner. Success Magazine. Hickman, Ky. Real Advertising Is News. The succesful merchants of today DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD place their faith In honest, common-sensDentist persistent publicity Tbey know that advertising Is simply news news Davidson's old stand. Phone No. 3. of merchandise, and prices, and store Hickman, Ky. service, and so on. And the advertiser who gives the people the news tbey want to read has the only sort of power HICKMAN FURNITURE O. over pocketbooks that Is fundamentalFuneral Directors and Embalmera. ly sound. Baltimore Sun. Business Directory e, The companionship here suggested between the divine and the human is Intimate and familiar. The figure Is that of a social meal together. And the great friend represents himself as taking the Initiative. He does not force his companionship upon us. The divine reverence for the human personality Is one of the great truths which It has taken the world a long time to learn, but we are beginning to understand It. "Wo force no doors In friendship." says Dr. King, "but, like the Christ In Revelation, we stand reverently at the door without, to knock. And only If the door be opened from within may we come In to sup with our friend, and he with us" Out It is only the most Intimate, of our friends who vesture to Invite themselves to supper. Is It not a beautiful relation between the divine and the human that Is thus advocated? But what we have learned of God from Jesus Christ makes It easy to accept this suggestion. We are sure that If Jesus should come to Columbus the people who loved him might expect to have him drop In any evening to supper, and they would not be at all embarrassed at hearing his familiar knock at the door. No formalities would be called for In hla case. He would know how to make himself at home. "And he that hath seen me," be said, "hath seen the father" That Is the kind of friendship that the great friend withes to maintain with all of us. "Out the text Is a parable, as is the supper of which we are soon to partake. What Is tho deeper fact to which these symbols bear witness? It Is a communion, a sharing of the divine life by the human life. We are partakers, Paul aays, of the divine nature. In some way he lives la us. and we la him. Let us not conceive that this Is a mere mystical Impressionism. But What is clear? When the great friend comes in to sup with us bow we shall be aware of his presence? It will be something more than a pleasurable thrill of spiritual excitement. The guests that he brings with him will be good thoughts, generous wiihes, definite direction of life toward definite objects. Now all these movements of mind are realities. A thought is Just as real as a stone or a tree or a breeze. So is a wish or a purpose. These are all realities. We are more sure of them than of anything else. The fact that you cannot weigh them in scales or measure themlth a yard stick is no proof that they are not real. It is in these realities that Ood comes into our lives. He desires to share our thoughts, to enoble our wishes, to guide our purposes. And he can do this for us. The human mind Is made to be Irradiated wltn the divine thought, as the diamond Is made for the light. The central forces of our lives are these thoughts and wishes and purposes of purs. What we habitually think about, what we RUE WiTHOUT C bo-fo- re A fV, Bank Account u I, Z JY ANY people see the things they desire in their imagination, but few attain Whatever destroys the love faculty, which Is the most divine part of our being, ought to be corrected as soon as possible. It is better to enter Into life single or divorced than to b by the married state. It la better for tho child life to be without parental Influence than to have Ita morals and love destroyed by parents Important and sacred aa marriage Is, the moral and love nature of man are more sacred, as they are the eternal The marriage Institution qualities. like the moral commandments. Is subjected to tho condition and Judgment of men Rev W P Brush, Episcopalian. Jersey City. Mo them, because they do not set about accomplishing their desires in an intelligent manner. Few ambitions today are accomplished without a e! BANK ACCOUNT . If you do not possess one, why delay any longer in taking the first step toward success ? The Peoples Bank Solicits Your Patronage. C. B. TRAVIS, Cashier. -- Never Far From Ood. And Christ has said, "Lo, I am with jou always" and that la enough. For a Christian to "feel far away from God" Is to feel what Is not so. Such a feeling Is Indeed human, aa so many ether misleading emotions and untrue thoughts are human; but the blessed fact Is that God never leavea us, ev?n when we think he haa done so or ought to do so Ills love Is greater than our sin lie never deserts even us deserters. Let us gladly enter Into the full consciousness of bis glorious and undefeatable presence Let Satan never again close our eyes to the presence of our Indwelling tord The Sunday 8chool Times DON'T OVERLOOK THIS. A Careful Perusal will prove Its Value to Every Hickman Read- - " HICKMAN MARBLE 'HueCMtor lo It. O. WORKS MM KMTA1II.IHUKI) TOM DILLON, Sr., Prop. luuntaajre.drc!) Marble and Granite Monuments sswSalssHJsBssssssssssssssivJsfliH CURBING, STONE WORK OF ALL KINDS, IRON FENCING. Hickman, Kentucky Tho average roan is a doubtor, and thero is llttlo wonder that this is so Misrepresentations mako people skeps tics. the public asks for better evldenco than tho testimony of strangers. Here is proof which should convlnco every Hickman readNow-a-day- Farmers and Merchants Bank HICKMAN, KENTUCKY DIIIKOTOIUJ er. W, A. Smith, Hickman, Ky., sas: WHERE DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored ' Mrs. Green's Health Phone 20 day or sight. Hickman. Ky. WOODLAWN DAIRY A. H. Leet, Proprietor. The only dairy la Fulton County. te His Success. "I wonder if anybody will ever attempt to fix weather signs on a height?" "VhyT" "because it i nor or lets a vane attempt." Sad Fact "Two are company." "Yes until they are made one." A good point about guineas Is Hickman Furnishing Company Undertakers Her Own Statement Covington, Mo. Hearse and driver furnished on short notice sK birds, tbey aro always on tho lookout for enemies, and quickly detect hawks, dogs, strange persons, etc., that venture near. Their wild cries on such occasions soon put the Intruders to Vegetable Comrout, and also put all the fowls on pound and now I can Dimension Stuff cut to order on the place on their guard. If hawks stay up and do my are numerous a few guineas in the Short Notice. work. I think it is flock will prove of great help in prethe best medicine on enrth for women." venting- their depredations. Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo. Mill located on Dresden Road Laying In Winter. How Mrs. CHno Avoided Almost Operation. 2 -2 miles east of. Hickman. lays In every hen running at largo the spring and lays Brownsville, Ind. "I can soy that in need of anything tho poultryman can providewell. If Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound If you are these conditions through winter, his hens has dono me more good than anything m this line, see will lay then the samo as they do else. One doctor said I must be operanaturally in the spring. Dr. J. M. HUBBARD ted upon for a serious female troublo and that nothing could help me but an Gees. Pay Well. operation. No kind of poultry keeping can be "I hod hemorrhages and nt times carried on at so Binall an expense for could not get any medicine to stop them. buildings and equipment as that of I got in such a weak condition that l would Safescrlbe raising geese, because of the hardi- have died if I had not got relief soon. for THIS ness of the blrdH, and their desire to "Several women who had taken your remain In tho open nlr. Compound, told me to try it and I did ft SfasMssWCBssaWssSI and found it to bo the right medicine to Got the best at Hickman Furniture build up the system and overcome female troubles. Co. "I am now in great deal better health l.QM Black Locust Fence Posts for than ever expected to be, bo I think 1 Get your Furniture at Hickman Fur ijf?htI to See Walter at Kc each. Mrs. O. M. thank vou for tie niture Co. at 'Hickman. Cline. S.' Main St. Brownsville.- led. 1- Rough Lumber for Sale... that done me more they make a good "watch dog." Every person who writes of these fowls mentions this point, but a good thing will bear repeating, In common with wild Guineas as Watchers. "Your medicine has tor s medicines. At every monthly period I had to stay in bed four days because of hemorrhages, and my back waB so weak I could hardly walk. I have been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's good than nil the doc 'JpW o DO UNO rxrER 33 Mc-Mar- it" Dr.J.M. HUllllAltn various symptoms of kidney trouble HKNHY 8A.VC1KR and always been greatly benefitted. I We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and had pains across tho small of my back and In my sides and my kidnoys and offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent bladder wero weak, obliging mo to with sound banking. get up at night Two boxes of Doaa's INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Kidney Pills cured mo and now I seldom have occasion to uso a kidney remedy." J. A. THOMPSON. Cajnlrr J.J. O. HONDUHANT, President II. O. IIAMAQK. Asst Cashier For sale by all dealers. Price CO Foater-Mllburcents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. FARMERS' TELEPHONES. Remember the name Doan's and A dollar a month docs not go far take no other. u enough after it gets into tho telcphono company's treasury to satisfy the asssssssssssM' TREATMENT manager who has to pay the upkeop Risks Life for a Pig. If you aro ncrv Lawreuceburg, Ind. In trying to and operating expenses on a big rumta nin.flnu'n. save the life of a pig, Louis A. Hits-fiel- ral lino systcm,and keep a little small sickly, lack en80 years old, nearly lost his own. change ergy, ambition, to hand over to stockholdThe pig fall Into a cistern and Hits-fiel- d ers onco feel ''all In. "use He has to In six months. tied a rope at the top and lowMayon's Special many corners, and run too Nerve Komedy. No ered himself Into the cistern He cut too internal medicine to couldn't get out, and neither could the many chances of getting caught short disorder the stompig He stood In water Up to his neck of a bank balance by a sleet storm, ach or unset the for eight hours while the pig swam or a law suit. system. Gets rlcK around him until help arrived to pull to tho seat oi wic Twelve dollars is too low for farm-erboth of them out troublo. In a short line servlco on tho avcrago sys Umo you will feel like a new man One for the Dog. tem, with the quality and cost lm I or woman. It restores strcneth, Crawford I wonder what Dorens proved aa it has been in tho last fow renews vitality, gives a healthy wanted with a Christmas tree? He years. It is time to start after this appetite ami natural sleep, and any children. hasn't makes life worth llvine. Tho most pay Crabshaw His wife Insisted on rato. The farmers can afford to reliable remedy in the world for more why should not they bo InPrompt, all nervous afflictions. having one for Fldo. sure relief. Try It, note results. duced to recognize value rocoived? The Chinese New Year. Write for freo booklet Of course we know what tho farm Happy good luck Special Offer I you, may jou be prosperous, may ers do when it Is proposed to ralso to For a short time we will send to any your honorable family bo prosperous the telephone rato. But can this go one Interested a regular 11.00 bottle for 2G cents to prove Ita worth. I and may tho spirits of your ancestors on forever? What is the best way I rest content Is tho gist or tho Chinese to got this thing into better shape? MAYON SPINAL REMEDY CO. New Year's greotlng. The New Year Ohio I TeleCincinnati, Tho American Journal of DapL D, festival begins the last of January and phony. (The Independent Telophono continues two weeks. Journal.) Not a Specific is falling out terribly, "Your hair Isn't it? Now. Ill tell you what you NINETEEN MILES A SECOND. ought to do You should not have ft .without a Jar, shock or disturbance, cut at all." is tho awful speed of our earth through "Dless you, man! I don't have it space, wo wonder at such easo of cut." nature's movement, and so do those Phona 4 who take Dr. King's Now Life Pills. ' 4r.-JNo griping, no distress, Just thorough work that brings good health and flno Take HEItBINE for indigestion. It relieves tho pain in a few minutes and foollngs. 25 cU at Holm & Ellison. You have no idea tuo values that forces tho fermented matter which Schmidt tho Tailor has In spring "lt causes tho misery into tho bowels Fortune's Witch Hazel Cream for Ings 118 to M0. whero it is expelled. Prices COc. Sold by Hickman Drug Co. rough and chapped skin for sale at Don't fail to read our special offor Mevlng Ploturs Saturday night. ICowglll's Drug store. X lew bouM pla&U tree. n "I can highly recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, as I have used tbcm for It. M. IHI.KK It. T. DAVIH OKO. J.J.ailO.NDOKANT Il.TllltKI.KKI.n T.A.I.KItrOKt) WONDERFUL ntrcvt. ." 1 w a' "Qar-ne-fo-To- FRESH MEATS o. zx. moorua Tiy Oux