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It cheap , Twenty yean this paper cost W a year. .No man Is too poor to spend tnls amount (or a puprr tliat Kite II tba county and fmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmtKmmmmammmmmmimmmmmmimmmmmmmm0SammmmiimtmmmaiemimM tt aaimmmmmm ? 9 id " li OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY THE HICKMAN COURIER. Volume 52 Local News HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912 Number 44 CUNNINGHAM on If you do not want to mill a copy, keep the inbicrlp-tlo- n paid up. A notice of expiration li siren here U dan abead with This Paper Always Stops when your time li out. We donn boiler la forcing a anyone. paper ?ir A Blue Mark OUR ROLL OF HONOR. BONDURANT. Following 1 a list of renowals and to tbo Courier slnco new subscribe our last report. They aro a handsome nnd scholarly lot of folk. J. D. Ladd. W. T. 8udborry. C. II. Roach. Win, Bockman, O. W. Oray. II. T. Gammons. J. II. Jones. J. II. Travis J. A. Roper. J, II. Inman. O. T. Salmon. Mm. Lou. WUaon. O. A. Townaend Bam Matthew a. J. A. Stubba. M. A. Fllppln. II. D. Alexander. Mliw Gladya Dentual Your Money Back if Not Satisfied. Ellison's Grocery Meat Shop land: Cheater D. Barton. J. II. MetU. Mra. Van Fuller. 8. C. Barrflold. Mra. J. W. Handler Mra. J. C. Hampton W. J. Maddox Father 8. J. Menaa Harry Downing. Mli Iluth Stotio IL T. Heath. Mm. J. C. Patterson Mra. 8. M. Hubbard T. N. Smith. Mra. Km inn Stephen a Is. Orcrby. II. 11. I act. J. N. Luak. C. II. WUaon. J. W. Walton. Variety Store Offer this week, the following Vegetables, strictly fresh, choice products : James Robert Cunningham, of Union City, and Miss Annlo Luclle'Bon-duran- t, of this city, were married at! the home of the bride's father Tuesday evening, by Rev. Stewart, of Union City. Tho bride is a great favorite la Hickman and with all who know her. Tho groom, we understand, Is a popular business man of Union City and is worthy of tho fair bride he has won. They will make their home In. Union City. Tho bride was attired in a lovely traveling suit of blue. Tho groom wore conventional black. Only a few relatives and special friends were present. While we regret to lose one so much loved and appreciated by all who know her, wo must congratulate Mr. Cunningham In having won the hand and heart of one of Hickman's favorites, whom, wo have every reason to believe, has all the requisite qualifications to dispense sunshine in a home and make happy the one man who can love her to the exclusion of the whole world. Many friends were at the depot at 10:30 p. m., to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, ere they took tho train which bore them away to CInclnnat, Louisville and Nashville for a short stay, after which they will bo at home to their friends in Union City. May their pathway ever be strewn with flowers. See the "New Line of Lemor vats" at Curlln'a. GRAND JURORS. Cra- Mm. Tom Pollock. Henry Willlama. J. Q. Adama. K. II. I'rathcr. MIm Mona Dlcstclbrlnk. Ada Mra. Ilenin. J. A. Throlkold MoKlroy. J. W. Strawberries Green Beans D. C. Conim. S. M. Burns. II. 0. Halo. 8. Q. Latta. A. O. Klmbro. Jno. IlurtchctL. W. L. Drown. Tom Dillon, 8r. Mlia Naunto Hlgjtlni Iter. O. Durrctt, Al ChctUter. Henry Urlgga. Ir. W. W. lUchmond Mra. Mattlo Daird. Mm. 11, 0. Ilobblna. C L. Holland. Frixl Harden. J. M. Pullcn. Whlto Ilroa. J. W. Jackaon. Mra. Valley Marahall. J. W. Flynn. J. W. Rogers. W. A, Carpontor. J. 1'. Leggato. Tyler Harper. D. XI. Harper. Mra. W. H. Garrlgan. J. F. Mencca, I. L. Mencca. Lettuce Green Peppers New Tomatoes Pie Plant Asparagus Green Peas Green Onions New Potatoes Squash New Dried Onions, Beets New Cabbage WW T. J. Gordon. W. R. Bowen. I. N. Shup. A. R. Stephens. E. A. Maytleld B. Bettersworth. "W. F. Biakemore. W. H. Donoho. O. W. Johnson. J. W. Rogers. J. S. 8mltn. R. M. Isler, Foreman. PETIT JURORS. John Huddieston. Morgan Davidson. Chas. Isbell. W. D. Luten. S. A. Choate. J. R. Graham. W. H. Baltxer. J. R. Davie. Lemon Elliott. S. B. Burma. O. R. Sane. John McClellan. S. N. Sweeney. Charlie Thompson. H. P. Johnson. O. L. White. W. P. MurrelL 'W. O. Shanklo. W. A. Harpole. Mra. Sualo Dole. Win. IL Owen. Jno. Pylo. O. W. V. Li. l'holps. Donuoll. It. F. Holds. Dr. Drew Lutcn. A. I. Owen. Miss Jessie Green. Hollla Kirk. J. M. Walker. JIanoy Magnoss. Edgar Wllllaina. U. II. Scott. Wui Stoker. Dr. E. h, Willlama. Hulott Barboe. Win, F. Barnes. Hlldnxl Clark. Mm. U. E. Dotaon. W. P. Stophcus. A. II. Loot. Geo. arafclmau. W. J. Thomaa. Mra. A. A. Faris, Sr. Mrs I. D. Price. T L White Joe Dial. A J. Hunzlkor. Ida Ilramham. Mrs. M. F. Griffin. Jno. Fetho. Mlllot & Alexander. I'crcy Jones. Joe Noonon. Mrs. A. M. DeBow. Lloyd Brown. Loo. Poynor. Forreat Coleman. : We're Opposed to Mail Order Concerns Because They have never contributed cent to furthering the interests oi oui town Erery cent received by them from thu community is a direct lost to our merchants In almost erny cue their prices can be net riqht here, without delay in receiving good end the potability of matakes in tiling orders. But The natoral human trait J. J. Wlloy. Mra. Sophia Walluco. II. II. Shaw. W. M. Woodrlnfi. N. J. Corum. O. O. Wade. O. M. Saunders. C. J. Barboe. Waltor Kirk. M. II. Shuck. C. A, Murchlson. D. F. Chambers. Dr. Drow Lutcn. Roso Bobo. Mra. Joanna Druor. W. B. Allon. Policeman Uookatt Dr. D. O. Jeter. j Jim Williams, j M. Ezelle. W H. Jackson. G. L. Darnell. After Juno 1. If you ask a French railroad official tho time, and If It Is 3 p. in., be will not say that, but Instead will answer that It 1b"1G o'Lucy Watson. Mrs. clock." If tho hour Is 10 p. m., he Mra. A. C. McDanlel. will say "22 o'clock." For France is S. B. Parker. going to number' the hours on her Capt. 0. L. Powers. clocks straight around the dlnls, without any ropetltiou for a in nnd p. in. The annual meeting of tho Stato one o'clock after midnight will beono Dental Association will bo held In o'clock, and then tho count will go Louisville, May 27 to 29. straight on until at midnight or old J. T. Benedict, of Clinton, has 12 o'clock the hands will point to brought suit In circuit court against tho I. C. Ry. Co. for $25,000 damages Messrs. Claggett and Saunders, of for the death of his son John BeneUnion City, attended tho Cunningham dict, who was killed in a rear-enBondurant wedding Tuesday even- collision on tho road south of Clinton In March, this year. In. Vea Kolloy. It. M. Metheny. C. II. Thompson. d Jonakln & Thack er Bros. Is tho sytle of a new firm which has em barked In the general merchandise business at Jordan. The gentlemen composing the firm aro well known lu that immediate vicinity, and should make a go of their now venture That they are wideawake and progrea-slv- e Is attested by the fact that they bellevo in advertising. Look up their ad In this paper. The Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs. G. W. Wilson is to buy where good us cheapest. Lucal pride U usually second-I- T in the game of life at played today. Therefore Mr. Merchant and Dunne Man, meet your compentora with their own weapon aJrtrtijing. k. Advertise! The local field ii your. you need do i to avail of the opportunitic All your-e- lf next Tuesday afternoon clock. at 3:00 o'- , There will be a big bunch of visitors In Hickman next week to see the aeroplane stunt. I ottered. An adveituement la thu paper will cany your mctga into hundred of home in tha com. tnunity. h it the lurett medium of lulling your greatest com. Dtb'tor. A specs this tile Com ia won't cost much. and see u about k. I -- wW i r r MBRBBOiPCMBpP v.wpujmj nWmVMI0 THE HICKMAN COURIER LATE COURT NEWS. "lover Wetltm Kentucky Like the "Dcv" SPEER 4 SEXTON. PUBLISHERS Subscription Rates $1.00 Per Year Buy the Best My Lots on The Hill Tho grand Jury has returned Blx Indictments up to last night, sovernl of those Indicted being arrested and be foro the court fur trial at this term. Willie Adams vb. C, M. & G , ou demurrer. Appeal granted defendant. Tho suit Ib for $2500 for damages. d Rugs, Matting, Linoleums Oilcloths, Will Always be The Highest Priced Residence Lots in West Hickman They Are Now J. Q. Adams et ol vs. W. A. Dodds Carpets, Curtainsf Shades Dismissed nettled. ifTSM PRINCE LOUIS, tl?!r 14 Throne oj. Monacpt Kindness and Courage, jueatlon not, but live and labor THI your goal be won. Helping ev?ry treble dranger, greklne help of none. wife Jas. Wilson, malicious Hliootlng, 1 ydar in penitentiary, and an Indlctt- munt for escaping Jail was filed away. W'l.sim, It will be remembered, shot lai'ei Noonon and shot nt Rob Goal-Je- t on Thanksgiving day four years a.,o when sovon prisoner broko Jail, Prices will advance $5 ner lot overpowering the Jailor and taking on June 1st. See Russell John his cell keys when ho carried their llnuor to the prisoner. Wilson shot son or J. H. Kussell. tiio Jailer in tho hand with his own pistol and opened fire on the crowd on the river bank. Tho other case will be pushed when he 1b released from the penitentiary. The Cheapest Considering Location Buy While Low And Make Mone J. At. Gurrett, appeal from Hickman Police Court, where defendant was found guilty of violating local option law, Jury hung. It is understood that tho Jury stood eleen for conviction and one for ncciulttnl. Articles of interest to every housekeeper. The new patterns for Spring are shown in their full range of colorings. It is a display unequalled in character and variety in any other store in Hickman. The low prices are one of the chief attractions. Rugs If Rugs Q. B. BOND mfcstlr front and bubble. Two thine" stand like itone lntlnea In another's trouble. Courage In our own. Adam Lindsay Gordon. 1 Jo Fry. receiving stolon goods, con tinued Defendant is charged with re ceiving goods stolen from V. S. store In Wost Hickman. I)o-ty'- ' iiJl. df! A I WE - cf.m , ft you are interested in rugs you should see pur line before buying. Brussels, Velvet and Axminster, room size, Oriental and Floral designs. Price range from Modern business men In all X lines have come to the reallza--- . tlon that newspaper advertls- V Ing Is not expense, but an In- - X vestment, and a mighty good X X one. flENLMFABM N., C & St. L common nuisance, two cased, dismissed. Darnell Wright, appeal from Hickman I'ollce Court where he was found guilty of violating tho local option law, fined 1 67.50 by a Jury. $10.00 to $25.00 Curtains A wide range of materials and patterns at 50c to 80c a pair. Linoleums 0 ft. printed Linoleums', floral and block patterns, per sq. yd. 55c and 05c f GERMANY'S GREAT MONUMENT Colossal Memorial Nearlng Completion Is Built to Commemorate the Battle of Leipzig. year Jim Amnions, firing deadly weapon The breeding ram should bo of ths on public highway, fined 7f by Jury best to be had. Crop rotation belongs to any system Green Oatsvale, who shot a Mr which seeks to better the soil. Doldt at a store near Uessie, will be Thin ewes have no business drop- tried today. ping Iambs at any season of the iHQTr;5 23 Oilcloths 3 ft. and 0 ft, attractive patterns.. 30c to 50c Shades Pfain and duplex, all regu- lar widths and lengths, at 25c to 1.25 Plenty of cheap pasture or a heavy RIVER: Fating at all points above. green mulch to plow under la always Cairo guage reads 48.2, a fall of .5 a good asset In 24 hours. Indications point to a Germany. Perhaps Lelpilg, the In no can cost colossal monument In all Ger- there belino of domestic animalsmade rapid fall. greater Improvement many Is nearlng completion here. by good sires than In sheep. Lei prig waa the scene of three noteThe ewes when bred should have 568 PEOPLE FED YESTERDAY. worthy battles two In the Thirty China Mattings in neat patterns at, Years' War and one In the Napoleonic special attention to keep them strong, vigorous, active and contented. Gclger, who hns been Itev. II. J. to wars. The monument Is to commemoperyard The breeding ewes should be fed Identified with relief work slnco the rate the battles between the French gotten Into good condition In ttio under Napoleon and an allied army of and flood last month until the present Japanese Mattings, floral and figured Austrlans, Russians, Prussians and fall, after the lambs are weaned Interesting Any feed that can be used for a pas- Ume, has compiled some Swedes. The monument will be dedifigures during his services. The high to designs.at cated In October, 1913, on the battle's ture Is worth more In that form to est number of refugees In Hickman the farmer thnn If plowed under for centenary. at any one Uiuo was 4,000. Tho Iom In the accompanying illustration the manure. Remember tho cow has a bard time of pergonal property to theso peoplo, Grass Rugs, especially adapted for Summer monument Is shown as It will appear keep up her usual milk flow and micli as clothing, furniture, chickens, when completed. Some of the gigan- to up, according to size. use, at flies, to say nothing of the effct pigs and other purely personal proptic earrings ono of them forty feet fight upon her high-H- ire In- - the terrific heat has already in place. Even erty, amounted to $37,320 76. which The man who neglects to keep nil I exagof his farm buildings Insured Is on an average la certainly not taking a greater risk than he can af- gerated. AH of these peoplo were ford, no matter how well off he may renters, and these figures have nothbe. ing to do with tho loss of housos, Soft fruits like apples, pears and fences, horses, farm machinery and peaches will keep well In refrigerafarm products. Rations wero issued tor cars for six or even eight days, hut iom the commissary yesterday for will spoil In two or three days In warm CC8 peoplo and forogo for C05 head of cars. When cultivating the orchard use a stock. short singletree with tho ends curved 9Bgg,g;gffgi?pffPia5igf5f3B5iasaig SAYS THE OWL back like a half moon no scraping tho you Come and see ua wo can show bark off with this GENERAL WAY! Not all the kot air comes from furIn buying grass seed gel where you can nave monoy on eaqh naces. rleun seed Clean timothy seed will and every purchase bought of uh. weigh 4"i pounds and clean red to- 31 Sullivan Bros. Of course a man with a better half pounds to the bushel Filtered Ico Water ot H. E. Curlln's Isn't the whole thing. Onion Sets at Uetteraworth and Much that passes for real wisdom Trainer's. iU is nothing but nonsense. k'j ill I fff . S Tho N., C. & St Ii. operators will A change In fashion separates a not call a strike. spare change. man from his Leipzig Monument. BEST 5MOE MADE WEATHER: Fair today and Friday. When some people pray It sounds complete, the monument thrills you The Confederate will be like an order than a petition. more with Its colossal dimensions. It Is held In Chattanooga In 1913. three hundred feet In height, but It Is Every time an old bachelor meets Deputy U.S. Marshal Neel was here built on euch a mountainous scale that a young widow he gets stage fright Its tremendous height Is minimized. yesterday In connection with the It faces the city fronting a concreted An ounce of sense today is far bet' Couko vs. Hale & Ward timber suit. lake Beveral acres In extent. A broad ter than a pound of regret tomorrow. tllllllllllllffjbBt f boulevard will lead from It straight Mrs. Ixjiki I'nrhatn Is ngent for n '' Into Leipzig Eternity seems a long time excopt comprehensive mid interesting book ? to a couple of women saying good on the Titanic disaster It 1h well ' by. written and Illustrated and will prove THE DIMENSIONS OF HEAVEN t M II I III Amll III 1 1 1 I m a valuable book. A prima donna doesn't always lose Preacher Figures It to Be the Equal her temper when she goes up In the BilllllMMMmW ' of a 792,000 Story air. Building. Mattings M& fuMK 12c 35c HlVl ML J ttiM U A '' VW ' 20c 40c JB $2.50 S' fl. -- ''' ' I e Smith IIU & Arnhftrg; --.- Jin CANDIDATES SPEAK. The three announced candidates Congress from Uil district spoki tho Court Houno Tuesday nft'riKHi to a good nlzed auillolice rejirew n Ing nil partM of the county Th being no special Issue to be dlscux-ed- , the gentlemen good nnturedly i " Menled their olaltus to the totem counto each man hnd a lottlcal son why he should hate tha-pln-n preference to his "worthy" opikjiir To nn It appears that Juik' lUrkley mid Hon. Denny I' Him ' will share public favor nbout eouan and will have the lead over Hon Jake Corbett. Corbett. however, wni be In the running mid is making v good Impresttlon among those, who f'T lock of knowing him, failed to cjh slder him seriously All are good t lows givo them an equal show ui ! Ki the best man win r- out-slde- he-iv- - 1H)Uq5L J' n r aultless Fashionable r ootwear For Louisville, Ky.i Heaven's exact dimensions were figured out In the ser-on of the Rev. M. E. Dodd, pastor of a Louisville church, preached to his congregation recently. In the course of his sermon the preacher said: "In Revelations, twenty-firs- t chapter, sixteenth verse, nervous Christians have read where the dimensions of heaven are only 1.C00 cubic miles. Immediately they Jump at the conclusion that even this space will not accommodate the vast multitude of which the Illble speaks. "However, calculation will show that this space will accommodate a building 792,000 stories high, and It Is easy to demonstrate that such a building would accommodate an Innumerable multitude " TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. will be held m reminine Feet 17M J im mtK 'EM JBli lisw jmmlyTmW 9sflB m BKIIIIIIIIIIIilflMjkm m i f AHJ Many a woman drives her husband to drink and then blames him for letUng her do It What a small boy can't understand a small girl manages to keep ber bands so clean. Is how How contented most women seem to be who live alone and how discontented most men are who try Itl The Hickman Courier and Why Not Take a Look at Our New Styles-First? "Hey, there!" called an old farmer to a roan on the corner and three grass widows stopped and looked around 'The tax books for tho county are ready, and Sheriff Johnson can begin collecting taxes about May !!0. Taxes are duo and collectable now after March 1st, and tho officials aro anxious to get tho taxes collected as early us poHslblo. 1,000 Black Locust Fence Posts for 2&c each. Bee Walter Uo at Hickman. Memphis Commercial Appeal Both a whole year for Teachers' examinations Court House the following dates: May 17 and 33. May 24 and 25. at the at lllckniaa ou Our showing of Coronation Pumps and Street Oxfords in vel vet, suede, bright kid, dull kid, tan russia, gun metal, white buck and linen crash, are indeed great values at $2.00 to $4.00 n l3S Virginia Luten, Co. Supt MILLET & ALEXANDER sale, at y, TP',1 ! i , ;i' WMitai surface of the earth is wearing off constantly around the sides, aa his land Is getting so thin It will hardly hold water. Tobe Moseley'a mule ran with him during one of his contrary spells last Sunday morning. The animal ran for more than a mile, and In tbo rounds came within a hairs-breadt- h of the Dog Hill Church, barely missing the sermon. Raz Barlow went hunting Tuesday bu met with very poor success, aA most of his experience in the shoot ii!g line has been at Saturday night dances and barbecues. away i ii t, ,4 tl t VII (Announcement '! are pleased announce that our VE qz,,juu iceiesstoooaa rouncam, one ornew tne very finest in Kentucky, is now in operation, and you are cordially invited to visit Jones Cafe and see this magnificent fixture. No one in Hickman or any other city, is better prepared to take care of the Soda Water and Ice Cream bosiness. We manufacture our own ice cream and know that it is pure, fresh and wholesome. All syrups and fruits, used at the foun-tsi- n are absolutely pure none better. Little Fidity Flinders has got into the unbecoming habit of talking back At himself in tho cistern. This Indicates very bad raising. The Excelsior Fiddling Band has been meeting clandestinely for the past several nights under the old sycamore tree on Musket Ridgo, practicing up for a surprise birthday dinner that Is to be given Washington Hocks on the second Sunday in ll. E 1 1 Tho editor of the Tickville Tidings has decided to speak unfavorably in his editorial columns about everybody that does not take his paper. He has also begun the Job of cleaning out his storm cellar. The Deputy Constable has had the community flustered this week by his attempts to apprehend a hog thief In the Calf Ribs community. Tho defendant Is of a suspicious nature, and though tho Deputy Constable is heavily disguised as a blind man, he cannot get within sight of him. The Deputy refuses to show the white feather, and expects to catch him in one of the large steel traps he has set along the different paths for that purpose. Tho physiology class of the Wild Onion school spent a profitable day this week at thetone yard near Rye Straw. fS- - i Uw Jones' Home.Made Bread, which has continued to grow in popularity solely on its merit, is better than ever. Wc have built a new coke oven and .added all modern improvements heat registering and electric devices that insures absolute perfect baking. The baking department is, according to State Inspectors, one of the most sanitary and modern in the state. Surely our efforts in and disregarding business depression resulting from the flood, will merit your patronage. 1 Ill jjjgi.niii Hickman. Ky.. Ma M 1 m ..itil. Water woro mo-t'o- n During the aeroplane flights next week, make your headquarters here. Electric fans and all conveniences. PERCY JONES Jefferson Pollocks has started on the Job of digging a cistern on his place. In it he expects to keep an extra supply of water to be used for drinking purposes in cases of emergency. Sidney Hocks put on bis other pants tho other night and called on Miss Flutle Becher. He would havo stayed longer but he did not know what else to say. On his way homo from Tickville Friday night with some cheese Cricket Hicks spent the night at the home of Frlsby Hancock. For protection dur ing the night Cricket set a rat trap in bis pocket. 14 to .... fAITftOWN CO CHI V Council Proceedings k t of tho City Attorney. The following account . Light Bond Account. T 6. MI2 Council mot lu regular seveloii, prat- wiil Mayor Dillon, Counctlnien Iftor, Schlenkor, Dillon. Powelt and Ikwitey Minutes of lam moetliws wr wad, 'nil on motion approved and slMd An nocounl of It. II. Irvine for tabor on city lovtH) (or 2 2b uns oi motion allow d. II. 0 llulu made application to borrow $:000 from tbo Water & UfiMl Bond Account, ntul J. W llimey mwhi application to borrow 1 000 from the miih fund. On motion the applies-Mori- s woro approved conditioned tho security offered i sufficient lu the opinion of tho City Attorney. nd tho mat tor una referred to him for investigation, and the Clerk nuthorii-oto lnsuo tho checks upon the of tho securlt) on the 1 d projwrly approved nnd on Hy allowed and chocks ordered for amounts: Hal. to credit this account....! C64.C.1 Hickman Tin & 1'lumblng Co., KuiKirt of City Treasurer for April, $78.70 and mippllw Hickman Courier, printing.... $8.20 1912: Urandon ITintliiR Co., tax book.. To bal. per March report. .$174.08 $12.30 To ami. rued. John Wright. . 95.00 $144.85 John WHght, street work Htcknmn lee & Coal Co., supplies $2C9 08 $10,951 Hy Ux slreut MHhls amt. paid out In April.... 175.00 J. A. Noonoh dieting prisoners H3.U0 Hal. to credit this account..? 94.08 Keport of City Treasurer for Marco Water & Light Bond Account. ISIS: General To To bul. pur Feb. report.... $1504.09 840 00 Int. paid on bonds Fund Account. $ 19.13 To bal. per March report. ., .SGG4.C9 To amt. reed. U. Q. Halo.... 2147.50 176.00 The City Council of the City of Hickman, Ky., do ordain as follows: That it shall bo unlawful for any person, company or corporation to expose for salo any food, food porducts candy or fruit In tho store, or upon the streets without same being screened In such a manner as to entirely protect the same from flics and mosquitoes, and any person so offending rhall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction in tho Police Court, shall be fined not less than $5.00 nor more than $25.00 for each offense, and each day shall bo a separate offense. Tom Dillon, Sr., Mayor. Attest: H. C. Helm, City Clerk. The ordinance was then rend as by Conn-cilmen T HOGWALLOW NEWS. Miss Flutlo Belcher has placed her order for a flask of nlco perfume, and is expecting it any day. Since-shhas gono and done this there will bo no need of any sweet scented flowers around Hagwallow this spring except to look at. The Two Twins from the Calf Ribs neighborhood called on our tonsorlal artist. Dock Hocks, at tho blacksmith shop, and got a hair-cu- t between them. MORRIS DAVIS. Rout. L. Davis and Miss Minnie It is understood that wo aro to Morris, two popular young people of have another road to run through this Fulton, were married at the Court place, provided plans do not'mtecarry. House Monday by Judge V. A. Wo already havo a good rood running Nay-lo- r. east and west, and plenty large nough for any sober man to turn -- In at any point, and wo cannot see the necessity of another one. The fewer roads wo have the longer our buggies and wagons will last. way and Poke Eazley Ut Arctic, tT.c - fcfl? ..ab Refrioerators a ,wnn c j Refrigerators From $7.50 up ..iiw.ii c Hickman Furniture Co. E. E. REEVES, Mgr. When spring gets under full headcan move his present. chair out on the front porch at the 1194.13 Tho ordinance as to screening hous post office, tho postmaster announces 19 ny nmt. paid out In March.. 20.05 nal. to credit this account. .$2782 Strlnglesa snap beams as good aa es introduced at the last meeting was hnt ho will havo much more room new ones from the garden( only 15c W. C. Johnson, City Treasurer. read, and on motion tabled. Inside. Haloiico to credit this account $174.08 a can at uetteraworth & Prather. On motion Council adjourned to Tho Clerk reported that ho had ex- meet Monday night May 20th, 1912. Sim Flinders says he believes tho Extra fine peas at 20c. ecuted the following deeds for ground Attest: H. C. Holm, City Clerk. !u City Cemetery: Tom Dillon, Sr Mayor. Ferry & Green Lowery lot No. 481, size 18x20 feet, In Colored Cemetery, FOR SALE: Good mare, buggy and consideration $10.00. tf Jennie hinder lot No. 451, size 18 harness. Jno. Klrkindall. x20 feet, Colored Cemotery, consideration $14.40. Whllo engaged In helping with the J. D. Graham, east halt of lot No. work in tho commissary Monday, 343 in City Cemetery size of half lot Rev. H. J. Gelger had occasion to lay 9x20 feeL consideration $14.40. his hat down for tho time. When he Wat.-soJohn W. Smith and Mrs. Amy started to lenve be could not find west half of lot No. 343 In City the headgear, After being temporarily out of business for three weeks on account nnd a thorough search Cemetery, size of half lot 9x20, con- lovenled the fact that It had been of water, we are back again with bigger and better stock than ever, and sideration $14.40. given out to some of the refugees W! .VMifl are receiving new goods every day, such as Mattresses, Chairs, Refrighi j. j.riiuv i Tho Clerk holds Tom Dillon, Sr.s with other wearing apparel. -receipt in payment for same. There Is such a thing as being In erator!, Screen Wire from 24x44 Inches, alto a large shipment of Glass On motion tho foregoing reports anotlier man's hat as well as "In an- In large size from 26x36 to 52x70 at half the price you are paying other were received, ordered spread upon other man's shoes." dealers. Pleaie give us a cal and be convinced that what we say It true. the records, published and fllod. On motion, tho Street CommissionW. R. Neely, claim agent for the er was Instructed to have all cans Leo Lino Steamers, was hero from und rubbish removed from West Hick, Memphis this week. nan at tho exponso of tho city at Filtered Ice Water at The Houso onco; and thereafter to rigidly enof Quality. force the law against all parties who permit cans and rubbish to lie upon or around their premises. Tbo ordlnanco Introduced at tho last meeting relative to screening cat W. E. ALLEN, Manager. dies and fruits was again read, and was amended by striking on motion O. XX. Pboa 4 iut tho section soctlon thereof, and Next Door to P. O. when so amended to read as follows: bal. per Feb. report To amt. reed. John Wright.... and on motion passed $281219 30.00 the affirmative vote of tho five April, . Hy Int. paid on bonds The bride la a sister of Mrs. A. J. Wright, and an accomplished and sen sible young lady. Mr. Davis and A. J. Wright, the lo cal harness, man, have formed a part nership known as the Fulton Harness Co,, and Mr. Davis will look after tbo firm's Interest at Fulton. Congratulations. r.i it 7 .. Notice to the Public r n fS f. a; '4 : ii f r4fk& Hammond-Alle- n Furniture Company I FRESH MEATS! MOOXUI H)'-)mfO- Ti'y Ox? till ii! t.jf. tfi udCW-- ' in T iMiinimi a,iTTiWlHi)fca i1 i - A CHANGE We have purchased the Lumber Yard of T. R. REYNOLDS and are now ready to take care of your needs in all kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL courteous treatment and your orders will receive prompt attention, whether large or small. You will receive A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERYONE (Ouur Slogan) HALE LUMBER COMPANY I Capt Elliott and Lieut. Ramsey. WATER DRIVES OUT 500. The commissary has been fortun Camp and Commissary Refugee at Hickman Sunday. ate In receiving a largo lot of clot Ing sent In from Texas, Nashvl Louisville and PulaBkl, Tenn. The second rise in the river, which people were One hundred sixty-si- x reached a maximum of 00 feet on the given rations Sunday morning when Cairo guage last Sunday, made it nee tho commissary opened, and at presessary for many people to leave the ent over three hundred aro being fed bottoms helow Hickman last week and quartered in government tents. and come to this city to get on high To bo exact, the commissary Issued ground. They had only been away rations as follows: i from town a few days, having spent Sunday, 1GG people. a month in camp during the big April Monday, 100 people. rise. Their return to Hickman made It Tuesday, 622 people. On Tuesday 32C head of stock were camp, and somenecessary to thing over COO people are now being also being fed by tho government. fed by the government. The commisIt is now thought the situation will sary in chargo of It. W. Eaker, was be such that rations may be disconopened Sunday morning In the old tinued In the early part of tho comFuqua ,Helm & Co. stand, where both ing week, as the river is falling rap-Idl- y clothing and provisions are being and a large pur cent of therefu-gee- s given out to thoeo in necessity. Tho may be able to return to tbier committee In charge of this work is homes in tho bottoms. 'composed of Mesdames.A. A. Faris, It. L. Bradley, T. A. Ledford, Ernest M. B. Shnw Is erecting a new hour Johnson, S. L. Dodds, J. V. Naylor, C. O. Schlenker, and Misses Settle on one of his lots west of the foot Do I Jo w and Charlotte Hubbard, and of Uie court house steps. It will bo Messrs. It. W. Eaker and Rev. II. J. remembered that three house turnGelger, assisted by CapL Powers ed on theso lots n short time ago. ed n NOTED FEUDIST SHOT. I'M t'allnlintt. tho smut nolrd fcudmt In tho Kentucky mountain, ami chute vd with being an Inatlgntor of mam murder, wnn shot from nnibush m unlay. Callahan was shot down bi!' ntandltig on ho atoM of hln store s Cruckuttvlllo. JIlw body was rlddU-wltli ijulleu. He wait tandliK In actly tho Mtno spot where ho Mood two years ago whun ho was t)t through th'o lungs. He was forinrl sheriff of Breathitt county. I nm exclusive ngent for Spalding & Reach Athletic Goods BEST IN COUNTRY Fine line of Fishing Tackle. Remember me when in need of these goods. Fethe's Book Store SCENE ft IN GOLDEN GATE PARK, SITE OF THE PERMANENT FEATURES INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO. OF THE PANAMA-PACIFI-C 1015. New Store at Jordan, Ky, FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC WE HAVE OPENED UP A STORE AT JORDAN. OUR STOCK IS ALL FRESH AND BRAND NEW AND EMBRACE A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES, HARDWARE, FARMING TOOLS AND IMPLEMENTS. IN SELECTING OUR STOCK WE BOUGHT THE BEST WHICH WE ARE GOING TO WE BELIEVE YOU WILL SELL AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. THIS LINE AND WE WILL APPRECIATE OUR EFFORTS ALONG APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. COME TO SEE US. YOURS TO PLEASE, Jonakin -- & Thacker Bros. iB corn our fanners sold last fall at COc, and tho liny Is no better than thoy Heavy Federal Force Surrounded U sold at $1G. The most striking feaPiedras Negras. ture of the whole tiling Is that tho Saji Antonio, Tex. Dispatches from farmer Is tho mnn who is buying Kayl.; pus tell of a victory of federal most of tho high priced feed Btuff. troop over rebel at a point near having sold tho same products last in the state of Coahuilu, where fall for less than half what he Is pay7UU rebels aro reKrted to have been ing now. TJio inlddlo man the samo killed. It won reported that the fedcraU, com- follow that nindo a fortune of our manded by Jipu C'urranza, ha cncoiin-teie- d grandfathers and Is now riding In his Is tho fellow who Is reap a fore of l,b0O rebel at Cuatro automobile Clenejas. The rebels, under Salazar, be- Ing u rich harvest now because Uie lieved they had an easy time ahead, and average farmer does lots of work nnd marching upon 1'iedrua Negra, acres little thinking. It Is to bo hoped that the river from Eagle Pans, became care-leplanters who huvo The federal suspected thi, re- tho farmers and grata turned, lurroiinded the town while the been caught at tho mercy of tho rebel were celebrating, and routed them. buyers this year, will open their eyes to tho simple .fact that It Is better to ralso their own forngo nnd hold It CORN ONLY $1.20 A BUSHEL. tiinn to sell It to the other fellow, frolght both ways and buy days pay tho Not slnco the 1 back at twice what ho sold it for. HickJiaa feed stuff been so high In man. Corn Just plain corn, too Ib selling hero nt 11.20 a bushel. And TAKEN UP: Two red bull calves; hay seems to havo gotten In tho two spllfs left crop In right, crop and grasp of tho trusts, as it lu retailing swallow fork in tjacli. This stock Is lp at $35,00 a too. Tills is tho aanio at Stahr's livery stable, MEXICAN TROOPS SLAY 700 JURY SING SUGGESTIVE HYMN Priioner in Cell ifeari Church Service In Courtroom. Wytheville, Vs. The Allen Jury went to church Sunday and returning to it room in the court house held a song serv ice. The hearty volet of the twelve stalwart countrymen blended in the harmony of the old hymn, "Are You Heady for the Judgment DayT" Aero the court house grren, Floyd Allen, the priioner on trial first of the gnng which ahot up the Carroll county court In March heard the aong. Allen's mental strain, ana the physical agony he has enaured from hi broken leg, which wae Improperly set, have made him a sorry sight, lie Is now little like the rugged mountaineer who onc spread fear oer a countrywide, ill decline ha alarmed all who see him. i ','',: ' REMEMBER i:- 1 .lon-ciov- a, -: : :: y "" bfC :::: n. f -- rjr!,,r.',,.! !::i!l:!',.J,,"!iV print- A. McDanlol has boon spending sev- we have 7 Thatturning outevery facility for neat ing of all kinds. Letter heads, bill heads, office stationery, etc., furnished at eral days witli old Hickman friends. 8 P. Henry returned to Nnshvlllo one day last week for further treatment for an ailment which has been troubling blin for some, tlmo. the lowest prices first class work will permit. ri 1111 ..!J illlillllUIIINIIIIIIHIIlWl Tf- - p.yyS'T 'J''' TV t . , T sac NEW TELEPHONE MANAGER. Tbo second change baa taken placo slnco the resignation of D. Owens In the local management of the Cumberland Telephone Co., at Hickman. A. J. Beadles, of Union City, was giv en Mr. Owen's place and looked after 'be business one week. Monday new man, Tom Hall, of Tlptonvllle, suc ceeded Mr. Uendles, and he will prob ably contlnuo In the locnl management, or rather In the capacity of assistant, nt J. M. (Mac) Moore, of Union City, will have direct super vision of the Hickman exchange. Mr. Mooro was formerly innnaccr here but has been homing a similar position at Union City for the past three years. Thti company now has a force of men engaged In cabling their cutlre system within the city. They also have new boards and other equip-mon- t to be Installed when tlio cable work Is finished, Prospects aru good for one of the very 'best systems In the state. MUtfriMtfMMfMataMMNMlMfc -' iimm hi. lit' 'Jl V VTh. m Mw V J I ntiloGM fi iifbtabM V A' ' U 1 11 TO y HWrHLvw l.w n 7m vm ' 'if 7 Twli I i & H . 1m 4 . fi P James Ciiniilnghaui, of Union City, was here Eumlny. The department of ngrlculturo at Washington will send a man to Kentucky to tench the farmers how to build concrete sl'os. Dan Creusoti, wife and baby left Saturday for Hope, Ark., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Creason's mother, .Mrs. C. L. Splllers, who died there last week. ,1 FULL VALUE for every dollar spent is what you have a right to expect, but we believe in going just a little bit more. We believcin satisfying you so perfectly that whenever the suit is worn you will always remember us. The same applies to our Shoes, Mats and Furnishings. Bd. C. Cllno, of Eaton, Ohio, arrived In Hickman Monday, and Is the guest of his sltser, Mrs. C. O. Schlen-koHo will leavo Saturday for McAllister, Okla. Mrs. C. L. Walker left Saturday night for Valparaiso, Ind., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Chester Barnes. She was accompanied as far as Ful ton by Mr. Walker. Cra-vaU- It's easy to tell you what the correct styles in clothes are for this Spring, but it's much better to show them to you. The service you get in clothes depends on the quality not on the color or pattern. The fit depends on the tailoring not on the style or weave. The price depends on what the clothes are, not on what they look like, and you can depend on us every time for all the good qualities a suit can possibly possess. ! r. Millet & Alexander fc--.-.-J o Floor Drt'MiIng for aal tlln. by II K. See tho "New Lino of Lemar at Curlln's. " at Hickman during the recent Cnpt. O. L. Powers, who has been flood t IV ii Hwin up. Cot rid of all Ot pita of Thre will be a big bunch of visitnibblkh, Un can j, rotting rfum Jmapa ors In Hiekman next week to see lrlnklo llino and tnak It sm ImpotM-uiit- the aeroplane stunt. for file to breed Hi It wan rvported this week that Johu U TravlN mill In Ww HIckmaH ,M wards, who owns an r farm was started up again Tudny. aftr In Mis sand, bad been offered John put out of biulnowi by the flood MeFarland's 400 acres of tottom land for over s. month. Ills tons of grain In exchange for It. Hut John Mc. and other dntimgo amount! lo ovr wiys this Is a mlstnke. He admits ll.&OO. In fact he was one of the however, offering Kd wards 40 acres of bottom land for his 80 in the sand, .iavlttit losers In the overflown! -- hast l'ralrlo Hagle. of town. llk-kmo- and rendered most excellent service In behalf of the flood sufferers, spent Sunday with his wife at Earllngton, Ky., returning to Hickman Monday night. baby boy of The little Myers, who was forced out of the bottoms on account of high water, died Monday In tho West Hlck- luan Baptist Church, whero they woro provided with temporary quarters. Tho remains were laid to rest at Brownsville, Tuesday. Tom ;? You can't go wrong if you buy a suit today. BALTZER & DODDS D. G. CO. INCORPORATED w II The Store That Leads. ftclipse Shoes for Men $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 CLAYTON Lumber and Building Material Do not forget me when you are in the marJL NEWS. SPRING TIME Mrs. Jennie Cloar went to Union City Monday. tfcHKfaKKl Ed Marshall and wife were In ion City Monday. Un- News Is scarco In this neighborhood now every body Is at work. a, Tho farmers In tho hills are getting busy during this pretty weather. Mrs. Toy Coar and Mrs. Kent Harper went to Hickman one day last week. Misses Pearl Cloar and Lillian Cheatham spent one day last week in Protemus. Sunday School is now hold at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon's, Instead of In tho morning. Everybody Invited. Airs. Taylor, who has been visiting M5lP SflB 4B3BL)BIBIr av ket for building material. I buy in large quantities and am therefore able to sell at as low prices as anyone. At least you will find it to your interest to get my figures on her daughter, Mrs. Tom Cheatham, re turned to her homo In Martin Monday. tCoprrfehl) 101 and Penniless. Louis, Mo. .Joseph Meyer, 101 years old, who has lost six children and a chicken farm by floods, has started to a Chicago Institution of charily with 5 cent in Ms pocket. He will cover the distance afoot. After the Galveston tlda.1 wave had killed bla two sons and four daughter, Meyer gathered what remained of his $.10 000 fortune and started a farm at Illcknian, Ky. The flood there destroyed his chickens and everything else hut a few odds and end 6t. Lumber, Shingles, Paints Brick, Lime, Nails Builders' Hardware Screens, Roofing, etc. 4 ( W. A. DODDS Both Phones ttei W. P. Myles, for 30 years a well known citizen of Fulton, died at his daughter's home lu Martin Sunday Butler Monument St Back. within a short time after the death Boston. Tbe proposition to erect a of his wife. He was a Confederate Ben F. statue of the late Mnj.-Geveteran. Butler, either within the state capltol It Is said that a well known attorr upon the statehouse grounds, received another sstback, when a house commit-I- ney in the cost end of tho county voted "ought not to pus," on the placed $700 here this week on a wager bill. Earlier in the session the commit-- t that Jno. Hendrick, of Paducah, would on statebouse reported adversely, be our next Congressman. That looks but the house oterruled the report and to us like a good chance to lose $700. the bill was sent to the ways and means The bill provided a 123,000 committee. A subscription paper Is being cirappropriation. culated among tho baseball fans for A petition signed by over 400 peothe purpose of defraying the expense ple, will bo presented to the memequipping a local team for this V. A. Dodds Is Just finishing six of city. Hickman has a ball park and bers of tho school board at their nest meeting asking that Prof. Gab- now cottages In the Henry Addition. a bunch of boys that can do some by bo retained as principal of Hick- This seeuia to bo tho fastest grow- - good playing with, a little practice, Vny not have a teamT ling section ot Hickman, man's schools. Railroad Company Indicted. Chicago. The Illinois Central Railroad federal Company waa indicted by a grand jury here charged with violations of the government laws regulating the lutestate shipment of oattle. The indictment charges the railroad company with having shipped a carload of cattle in 1U11 from .Mississippi to the Chicago without Inflection when state was quarantined by Secretary Wilof jgiii'i.iture on son of tin' among account of the fcer tpidemic wtttle in that state. Save Remnant of Flag. Montgomery, Ala. A ailk star from tho flag that was unfurled above the first company of Confedearte trbops organized in Montgomery will be placed In the department of archives and history. President V. A. Gunter, Jr., hs recealved letter from A. 13. DeBell, deputy warden of game and fish of Michigan, advising that he has the star among his collection of Civil War trophies, and that he will present it either to the city or state. President Gunter will thank him and It will be brought to for the Montgomery at once. Fred Robertson purchased a flno mare from Jim Lusk, of near Brownsville, last week, paying ?200 for the animal. Mrs. Linda Edwards, of Brownsville and little grandson, Clyde Bowen, of near Jordan, spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Grlffeth. L. L. HIndman, of Clinton, and Miss Ruby Samuel, daughter of a prominent Columbus merchant, were married Sunday at Paducah. str, 3!,! .. : ' 1 'O """ 'TTH V ms mgi mtsssmmmma No "Ifs" No "Buts" To a Schwab Guarantee It's an Honest Guarantee of honestly made clothes the best clothes ever sold BURLEY TOBACCO if JE IE IS DEAL RATIFIED 50CIKTY PURCHASE APPROVES OF STRATER PLANT. Loose-Lea- FARM AND BEES CHAFF HIVES FOR WINTERING No Better Place for Carina for the Dees Than Out of Doors During Severe Cold Weather. I know of no better method of wintering bees than to winter them out of doors providing you hnvo the right kind of hive, mid pnek them properly and In season, saya a writer In the Orange Judd and Farmer I have f Plants to Coat $30,000 Each, Will Be Built at Several Pointi in the State. at $15 f u It means a new suit for one that fails to give entire satisfaction. And you, Mr. Man, are to be the sole Judge in the matter. Vihtn Qiulity Rru HLt thaa Price commit-ta- t Lexington. The executive of the Burley Tobacco Society, which la alio the executive committee of the Burley Tobacco Company, the property holding branch of the r pool, met under the new here and reaolvlng itsolf into the committee of tin Burley company formally ratified th purchase of tho Strater Brother' tobacco factory at Louisville. In the discussion before the committee it was stated that it would take fully fifteen months to build the new tobacco factory to be erected by the company in this city, and that it was important for the company to secure an established plant so aa to begin its manufacturing operations as eooa The Strater compossible. pany, it was said, h.id a national reputation for the thirty brands which it made, and employed more than fifty salesmen on the road. These salesman and the other employes of the Stratar plant will bo retained by the Burley company, the policy of which will be not to disturb the working organization in any way. New loose-lea- f plants of ' unusual magnitude are to be built this summer in Frankfort, Shelbyvllle, Mays-villand several other points, each of which will cost in the neighborhood of $30,000. ten-yea- WATER FALLING ed ta&jC-tf--r' - Jii - u SSSSlSsssss- The Hive Bottom. of chaff or double-wallhives, the result of several years' experimenting, and tho hive Illustrated here is the one I like best of any. as it not only winters wedl, but It admits of all ktnda of manipulation and tying up, as well as single-walle- d hives. These hives are made as follows: Bottom board at least four Inches larger each way than the hive designed to be packed In it It would be better six of oven eight inches It you can stand tho extra lifting on the covers, which must be larger In proportion Nail the four sides to lap over the bottom, coming down finch with the under side and thus keeping any water from soaking In onto the bottom Make them high enough so that when your Inside hive' Is placed therein, the outside rim will be three or four inches above the inside hive. Cover should be six Inches deep at outside and deep enough In center to make slant enough to shed water. One of the secrets of successful outdoor wintering Is an abundance of packing. Make cover Just largo enough to telescope over top of outside rim, which should have piece nailed on one Inch below top to build five different style FAST e G00D SEED CORN SCARCE. FIVE WILL GRADUATE. Tho graduating class at Hickman College this year will consist of tbrvo young ladles and two young men. They are Missed Cecil Barnes, Nan nie Smith and Pansy Weathorly and Messrs. Lon Nay lor, Jr., and Edgar Mayes. The baccalaureate sermon will bo preach.'d at the court house Sunday U'ornlng, May 26, by Itav. II. E. Gabby, of Hopkinsvllle, a brothor of Prof. B. P. Gabby, of this city. All denom inations, of course, are Invited to UiVj part in the service. Pensions For Confederate Veterans. Washington. Itepreteutative II, V. Commencement exercises will be held on Thursday evening. May 30th. Thomas, Jr., In an interview, expressed his willingness to take up with the War Department, matters of identification of Kentucky Confederate soldiers ao that they or their estates may apply for monthly pensions under the new Kentucky law. Mr. Thomaa has received many requests for the records of individual Confederate soldiers, but the files of the War Department are Agricultural Department Issues Warn, int; to Farmers. Seed cora in Kentucky this spring is running so poorly that warning has been issued by the department of agriculture to the farmers of the state urging them to pay more attention to the kind of corn planted. It is stated by Commissioner of Agriculture New. man that he has had great difficulty securing enough good seed corn to supply the 10,000 member of the clubs which hare been and are being organized in the atate among the school boys. Unless the farmers look carefully Into the quality of the corn that they plant this spring the It up. crop in Kentucky will be short, Mr. If you tier up much In the sumNewman says. mer, don't hlnae cover, but leave It g The Nettleton -- li 11318' lallBBllMsSlBVaamslaSVBkMSfBBBBBSSlSBSBhi! Kermit Model Maker's Editorial: Created for Spring 1911 trade, for the purpose of giving the wearer a combination of broad toe, with H4 inch heel. Liberally purchased by many Nettleton agencies who felt a demand for a shoe of this character. The Kermit makes a strong appeal to the man who values a new suggestion. Upon the foot is small-appearin- g, it with a broad, roomy toe. It is made of mellow, Russia Calfskin; just the style that satisfies. Come in and see the Kermit, and the other advance Nettleton Styles. snug-fittin- g, long-wearing House of Quality Capt. Hollla Klrk returned Sunday from a few daya stay at Craig landing. Rammed. Eddyvllle. This city Is facing a wattr famlno of a serious character, so far as fire protection and domestic service Is concerned, a the result of tho wrecking of the penitentiary pump-hous- e this afternoon when the tovvboat Clyde rammed the pumphouse with her tow of six barges. Outside Packing Case. so you can remove It and put on extra, rims to roJse or tier up to any desired bight. Cover the bottom with tar paper, which will reUin beat and Turpln Acquitted. Lice also keep out ants. Stanford. A jury of Lincoln coun Make an bottom to the ty men acquitted Llge Turpln of the Inside hive, Insidelong enough fit proto murder of Boge Phillips at the present ject through and the entrance In outsldo term of the Kockcastle Circuit Court. rim and leave an alighting board two The affair happened one night during the Brodhead fair several years ago. or three Inches wide across the front. bridge tho width of your Make Interest was so keen that a jury out packing a space to put over the pasof that county had to be obtain! sage to outside entrance, and keep Turpln Is 69 years of age and was a out chaff, etc. member of the company commanded by Gov. McCreairy during the Civil War. The evidence against him waa Gathering Fuel. purely circumstantial. If one can possibly get the time he will do well to pick up a lot of fuel In the wood lot that cannot be had Increase in Collections. Louisville. Internal revenue collee. after snowfall. It pays to gather up tlons for the month of April this year this wood In more ways than one. exceeded those of April, 1911, $3,887.69, It saves the wood, makes the forest according to figures given out by D. B. look more tidy and pleasing to the Edraiston, deputy collector for this dis- owner's eyo. trict. The total collections for the month just closed amounted to $1,301,-387.6Blanching Celery. while those for April, 1911, In order to have white stalks of celamounted to $1,893,499.93. The col- ery, it Is well to blanch It by banking lections on whisky during the month with earth or placing Doards about It. show a gain of $33,993.94 over thoe of leaving Just a few Inches of the stalk April, 1911, while the collections on above ground. This Is done gradually tobacco show a decrease of $34,995.02, in warm weather; the boards are more compared with collections last year. satisfactory, as the celery dooa not decay as readily under them. Poultry Experiment Plant. On account of the growing ImportPasturing Winter Wheat. ance of poultry raising in Kentucky Wheat which was planted early and the State University has bought a plat up and making a good growth of land adjoining the university Is now may be pastured when the ground la grounds, and will devote it to poultry experiments in connection with the col- dry or frozen, without materially af fecting next season's crop yield. Keep lege of agriculture. the stock off when the ground is muddy. Pumphouse 4, by no means complete. "One of the very best laws passed by the recsat session of the Kentucky Legislature waa that granting a pension to Confederate soldiers, and the widow of Confederate soldiers," he said. Get Your Implements Now and be ready. We are making some mighty warm prices, 1 ns MUUNK.ILI.. us. saw. J !r'5afc' Two Big Cars American Fence will arrive in the next few days. Telephone Wire. The telephone wire Is one of the strongest ties that binds people to the farm. It Is the nerve which keeps farm folk In touch with their friends and neighbors and In touch with the outside world. A Goal for the Farmer, Every farmer should work out and: adopt a permanent system or agriculture under which he can Increase and y maiutaln the fertility of hlo land, a good living, rise in social value, and wield a good Influence in hi ttommunlty. en-Jo- Cash or Credit HICKMAN HDW. CO. INCOIU'OItATEU ... K Feud Leader Shot. Dressing for Corn. Lexington. Kd Callahan, notorious Corn treated with a dressing of Breathitt county feudist, was M. O. Hamilton, president of the as he stood In the door of his plaster and ashes will soon show by St. Louis Fur. Co., was here on busl-ues- a store at Ciockettaville. The feudist the strong growth and the dork color Ceot of the dressing. of the leaf th Tuesday. was riddled with bullets. o. assas-alnated Jesso Fields, of Fulton, was hero Sunday, tho guest of Miss Mary Klm-br- Youthful Mother. Georgetown. Probably th youngest mother and grandmother In the stute live in Georgetown. Mrs, Kate Fields, 13, Ix'cama the mother of a daughter Thursday. The grandmother of the babe is barely 30. BHHr"F?3MMBsMMBMslsiLiMj " imy n- -" yyr" SSgg-BBirj-Tr- r -- - " uQM iii rssssyssssasjsgsjsjsjs -- - mn rw CHURCH BUILT OF FOSSILS Building Constructed of Blocks Hewed From the Petrified Depth of a Nearby Swamp. Mumford, N. V. In .Mumford li a church building constructed of fosilli. At first glnnce the walla apx-ato be of constructed rough snndstona smeared with nn uneven coating of gritty, con r bo, plnster. but a closer view shows delicate traceries of k leaves, of Interwoven twles. bltn of broken branches, fragment of mossy oarx. splinters of wood, all pre. served against the wasting of time r lace-wor- Bombay's Great Cotton Arch ,S. M. Naifeh's Store.... 1 tibh rBSHKlMHaVSH'-'cRccfiM- s MBUhTUUntritl m mMmammka. inn Hi HlllHRflMMsmity-SBBJHBBBBsaHSaB0H ' "". cfw'u8gyflMTHfBg1 " 4.JBBBSBBBaBBBSBBBB. . . !HM99H5BUH&!!!as V5 olIUI L fa'3Cmwmmi' Mumford - Cotton Is the staple crop of a large part of India and Its manufacture th staple Industry of Bombay Consequently, when King George visited thai city recently the arch of welcome here Illustrated was constructed entirely wi uiv ui cguon. SIAM'S AMAZON GUARD 4&mw mnrut This corset model, like cut, is undoubtedly the best corset for only $ .00 that was ever sold, and it's a Kabo make, there is none better, others up to $3.50. When you need a corset come to S. M. Naifeh's store and we positively know that we can suit you. Give the Kabo 'Corset a trial and you will never use any other make. Ask anyone who wears 1 .i ! f them. id, tf. i! Church, MINERALS IN HUMAN BODY Come to Us For Shoes We carry the Julia Marlowe line, which for durability, style and comfort are not surpassed $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. we carry the Bates' line. They have more snap and style than any other line made today, and for good wear none better, $3.50 and $4.00. you come to our store to do your shopping we guarantee to give satisfaction. Every line complete. If and decay by being turned Into the hardest of flint)- llninitone. Kvory block of atone In the four walla la a closely cemented mass of dainty fossils, literally packed and Interwoven There la no basic rook at all, but only fossil flbera, which aire the rock cohesion nml Strang'!) Nevertheless, the stones are llRht In weight compared with granite and sandstone The blocks wre hewed from the petrified depths of a nearby cedar swamp Mumford la situated In the heart of the greut area of rock, once the bed of an ocean, known to geologists aa the Niag.ira limestone It crops out either In the form of the soft, calcnrrrous atone, or the hard and more serviceable blue limestone The clear, cold water which gushes from Innumerable springs or flows in frequent tirwuks throughout the Mumford country U alkaline from the lime held In solution WILL HANG OUT SHINGLE. K. J. HUhr, of this city, presented his license to practice- - law, ami was sworn In as a member of the local bar by Judge llllgg, Monday. AUy. Btnbr vim granifd a llnntw 10 practice law In the fallow ay ir 'Ull court, and ww are told, pnfttH-and exceptional examination lie la Hickman's )CHiiiget law)r 81am la one of the tew countries which boast of corps of women police. Tho members or thla Amazon (Juard are all old and ugly. They wear uni- form though they are not armed. Their chief duty la to act aa gnte kecpra of the Inner, or women's palace at Ilangkok. They follow any stranger who enters the palaco and remain with him until be takes bis departure. They see that there la no mischief mado and that no one makes love to the royal wlvea and concubines. Men wbo have buslneas Insldo the palace doctors, architects, carpenters, electric light fitters, etc enter the palaco freely, but are alwuyB accompanied by some of the Amazon guard. The palace ba some dlfllculty In these guards, as the woric Is hard and tho pay poor, and the quail-1- 1 cation uncomplimentary. RELIC OF INDIAN MUTINY Tho human body contains, among, other constituents, about two pounds of phosphorus, which Is essential to tho health of the bones and the vigor of tho brain. This phosphorus. If and put to another use, would make up about 4.000 packages of friction matches. Ilesldes phosphorus, tho body s a few ounces of sodium and hair an ounce of potassium. Tho quantity of the .latter would be sufficient for many experiments in a class in chemistry. In addition to sodium and potas sium mere are a few grains of magnesium, enough to mak th -- .liver rain" for a family's stock of rockets on a ourtn of July evening or to create a brilliant light vlslblo at a considerable distance. con-tain- d i In Men's Shoes a ri J ;.j n if i : JV' WHEN THEY WORE "PIGTAILS" The edict sanctioning the abolition of the pigtail reminds us that It Is not so very long since the pigtail disappeared not merely from the army and navy, but even from everr d civilian life In England. Walstlong pigtails were the fashionable wear In England about and before that the bag wig had been adorned with a pigtail looped up in a black silk bag Aa late as 1858 an old gentleman was mvn nt, Cheapslde with his gray hair tied behind In a short queue, and even today wo can find a relic of the pigtail, for tho three pieces of black velvet on the dress tunica of officers In the royal Welsh fusiliers are the remains of the ribbon with which tho queue 17-1- t SUDE M. NAIFEH ON THE CORNER THE DRY GOODS MAN I THELBERT ROGERS HURT. Thelbert Rogers, of nlghtrlder fame, was probably fatally Injured Sunday by being thrown from a buggy. It Is said he and three companions were in a buggy having a little "high" time when their horso ran off tho road mid don tho hill near an old still house. Rogers was picked up mid carried to his homo, four miles this side of Iteolfoot Lako. Attending physicians ascertained that he has suffered Internal Injuries from which he may not recover. SOMETHING DOIN' ? 14 HOUSES WASHED AWAY. Bat- - ''ifisEHaHlMtWMkiWsV J NUGGETS. Borne oourtsblp end and some In the courts In marriage Is waa tied. A silver lining In the pocket worth two In the clouds FIRST CAT TAX LEVIED It alone Borne men can take a drink and let Others take It alone Many a man suffers from dyspepsia because he never tips the welter Many a fellow who Is a light weight Is really a heavy weight to his friends. Lots of people live square wbo don't move circle In In the same the same Munich, in Bavaria, la the first city In the world to levy a tax upon the domestic cat The tax Is 6s, and every cat Is provided with a snneim In front of SL James' church In Delcapital of India, are a collar and a metal check such aa tho hi, the cross and ball that are vivid remind- dogs wear. Those who are not thus provided ers of the great Indian mutiny. At persons. will be caught by authorized The measure not Water proof Straw Hats never that time they were on top of the but It Is considered thatla there popular, are far heard of them? Seo them at H. E. church, and they contain no fewer too many cats In the city, and It la Curlln's. than a hundred bullet holes. exDectcd that the levlnc or th mr will result In reducing the numbers Mrs. Percy Jones entertained the kept THE WAY IN GERMANY following at C o'clock dinner Wednesold-ne- Many a fellow who claims he never does things by halves will borrow a quarter. Never strike a man when he la down, especially If you are going to trlko him for a loan We frequently hoar of peoplo who sjuffer untold agony, but no woman "with a tongue In her head ever did. Wo have JtiKt received 26 dozen pin check ovenUls. the very thing for summer time wear. ?1 values to be sold at Cue Suilhun Bros Last year a Hussion traveler asked a Berlin railway official on which platform a train to a particular city would arrive. The official noddod to one side. The Itueslan interpreted this as permission to cross the rails in tho direction of tho nod. A shunted engine went over him and cut off his arm. A week Inter In hospital he received a Strafmandat requiring nlm to pay 5 marks for "unautborlzedly, and to the state railway regulations contrarylngly, crossing the line." RAINIEST SPOT ON EARTH The rainfall of a village nmong the bills of Assam during the ten weeks from May 1 to July 9 was 250 Inches. Tbo village Is CbcrrapunJI, the rain-lospot in Asia and presumably in Its annual rainfall Is the world. something over 450 inches, say, 15 times aa much as London. Cherrapun-j- i stands on n plateau overlooking the plain of Sylhet, and It la 4,465 feet above sen level. st of fine bottom land will be ruined. Where the water poured off on the lower side of the neck of ground, It washed a hole said to bo fifty feet deep. W. A. Hlnshaw camo across this strip In a gasoline boat while tho List your real estate with the water was up, and has tho distinction Courier; If we don't sell It, it doesn't of being the first man to over crosa cost you anything. it In a launch. It Is now only a half day evening: Judgo It. J. Bugg, AtBoys Knickerbocker Dants. all col inllo across the narrowest place, whllo torneys R. L. Smith, D. T. Davis, J. W. Honey, Sam Crossland, A. M. Ty- ors, full peg, $1 and $1X0 values at to follow tho main channel of tho river i Is forty miles. Some of our 35c and up. Sullivan Bros. ler and Gus Thomas. citizens can remember when It waa eight miles across th'ls place. A few more high waters, and tho river will cut a channel here, and shorten the river fully forty miles. From time to time not only residences but whole farms have paid toll to the greedy. slowly encroaching waters. caro of themselves and stock; In fact, all were duly warned against fraudulently obtaining supplies at tho government's expense. that detectives, sent The recent high water did consld- here to keep "tab" on the situation slderable damage at the narrow neck during the tlmo tho government was or f at Slough Lauding, below furnishing food for man and beast Hickman. Fourteen houses were driven Into camp here by tho flood, washed Into the river by the water havo found some cases where forago cutting across the narrow wns given out to parties financially strip, n also washed the banks bad able to buy their supplies, and that ly, and it Is only a question of tlmo they will be prosecuted. It consti- when the river will make a channel tutes a grave offense to accept fed- there. When It does, New Madrid eral aid when It can be proven that will no longer be a river town, and a person Is financially able to take at the same time, thousands of acres U rumored cut-ofhalf-mil- e It n m Wall To Stop Evil Spirits Think ? Did You Ever That 1 noting See Ui Before Goiaf Elie- wkere station ery for your Lusiness JFc are here to serve you with anything in the line of printed isisBBiHsVVVBiJssssVM2Z'JMBslsS.- ggOT 7 T is, did you ever stop to consider that a line of shoes must be pretty good before the manufacturer can back it up as strongly as the Come and seo our bargains In boys and mens suits. We will savo you money. Sullivan Bros. At tho First Methodist Church next Sunday will be all the regular services, tho evening service beginning at 7:45. At East Hickman Chapel Friday evening at 7:45 will be regular services, and Sunday School Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Seo our $1 values In Overalls cool and light. Our price 60c whllo they lost, Sullivan Bros. K0RRECT SHAPE line is backed up ? It surely means something. If you have not found it, you owe it to your-.se- lf to see that the soles of your Spring and Summer shoes or oxfords bear the KORRECT SHAPE Prices ilh ' 1 P BH .iw.lilHssi EHHB stamp. and personal iinsaSMtsWBTissssssJsBl VXjUCliHriafe $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 use. DDD Bill Heads Letter Heads Cards Envelopes Wedding Invitations Posters or Announcements or All Kinds ssssssEs'sssssssssssssssssssHsHsssiliB We carry at all times the most complete lines children's, misses', and ladies' Strap and Oxof fords in all leathers and white duck. Prices the lowest, considering the high grade. 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.98, and up. II. M. Chownlng, president of the First National Bank at Fulton, telegram from tho House of Crauo, cigar manufacturers, of had been awarded the grand prize dtanapolls, bearing the good news that In a contest which they have been conducting. The prize Is an automobile to cost one thousand dollars or the option of that amount In cash. He Is going to tuke the cash. Iu-u- o The best quality of work at prices that are RIGHT HaBaH.MIiiMMiiM The peculiar wall shown In the Illustration Is near Hankow, China, and was erected to stop the passage of evil spirits, presumably on the same prindwelling house In China to have ciple which causes the ordinary middle-clas- s Inside the front door a fixed screen which compels anyone entering the house are, to turn to the right or left. The explanation of thla la that evil aplrlU to move only In straight line. able E. C. RICE, THE SHOE STORE Seed Potatoes CASH. and Garden Seed Bettersworta ft Pretbr. j J h aasssasaarMii rnrni' WITH ANIMALS "I T MiMli CONVERSES DO YOU READ ? ra Charles Kellogg of California, who, Is one of the Jlf not a nature-faker- . ctnoat remarkable human beings of all time, arrived at Cambridge. Mass., from Paris to confor with from Harvard's department of science, confident that he could them of his ability to convert" with animals. Mr Kollogg has Just returned from Europe, whore he gave demonstrations of his unique power before professors of the universities of Parts and Berlin. According to Mr Kellogg, he has accomplished la reality during a life spent In the wilds of the Sierra Nevada mountains in California what the genius of Kipling makes Mowgll accomplish during a childhood passed In the tropical Jungles. But KellogR has for frlonds only the animals of the tomporato American west He knows not the language of the tropical monkey, though he haa often talked "bear" with the grlxxliea Crickets, of the Slorra Nevada. squirrels, liinrds and rattlesnake are (ome of the other animals whose languages Mr. Kellogg speaks fluently. Bays Mr. Kellogg "It was by years of constant and associating of sounds with actions that I mastered the 15 animal languages I am familiar with. I began on domestic chickens and gradually extended my study to Include such wild animals and reptiles as the bear, the llxard and the rattlesnake. Using a system of hieroglyphics modeled upon the modern Chinese system. I have compiled a dictionary of the language of the ordinary brown or hearth cricket, which has the most highly developed language of any of the animals I am familiar with, though I have reason to suspect the monkeys aro superior in this respect From my dictionary I find there are 27 elemental words or sounds, and SS other words made up of various combination of the original 27, a cumulative "STITCH IN TIME LINE" ystem not unlike that of the Germans. The number of words or sounds in other animal languages I am P. our store your headquarters next week, during the big aeroplane flights. with varies from 12 to 95." Although Mr Kellogg admit that ihla ability to interpret the enuncla-Itlon- a of animals is the result of long and arduous study, he Insists that hla Ability to make himself understood, to imitate the sounds of these animals, He says he can without la caso submitted to the Court and tin TTTTTVTTTVWfl the least difficulty reproduce any RED GROSS APPEALS METHODIST CHURCH ed $10 and cotrts. sound that cornea from an animal's From lie Fulton County CapUol Dave Illohuiond, violating local opthroat He has a peculiarly constructAND AMUSEMENTS tion law, dismissed. FOR FLOOD FUNDS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ed palate, no tonsils, and the cord Walter Humoll won Indloiml by the lower connecting the teeth with the Circuit Court convened In lllckmnn grand Jury charK"d with oMckeii Up U entirely missing, hut he has BAR RAISING BISHOPS FAVOR AEMY ORDER HO MORE RATIONS Monday morning, but got a poor stwillng. lloloasul on bond been assured by the most noted speAGAINST SAME. FOR REFUGEES. start, Monday was given over to The case of Tom Thoiimseon chargcialists that there Is nothing abnormempanolliiig and ohnrglng tho grand ed with shooting the fool al about hla throat and vocal cords. off of a They are at a loss to account for hla AWAIT CONTEST EXPECTED ACTION Jury. Tuesday morning a part of the small negro boy In a road In the WARM CONGRESS' strange gift petit jury was chosen and Tuesday bottom. Is set for trial today. Red Cross Society Appeals for Funds afternoon the four candidates were Wesa Flgglns, malicious shooting, General Conference In Session at Minne given an opportunity to present their continued, apolis Will Give Questions 1'isyel- PROJECTILES OF LARGEST to Aid the Sufferers 160,000 Perful Consideration and claims to tho voters that were attendsons Must B Cared Tor. The accompanying Illustration Is of Tom Gtllain, false swearing, continDecision. more than ordinary Interest from the ing court. ued. fact that It shows the Largest and w oil. Is Judge It. J. Huge, of Bard Hla Ray, Albert Htnoy and Sam Washington. The failure of congress heaviest projectile In the world, beMinneapolis. The Amsrioan people are to pass the resolution appropriating pretddlng, and II. I.. Smith, of Clin Cleaves, detaining a woman, contint, ing the huge too far advanced lunger to b restricted (420.000 for the relief of the Hood uU"er- - ton, representing the Commonwealth. ued. sholl fired from the United States govby church ruin 44 to what their amuseThe court got down to business Dob Flanagan's trial Is nlo sot for ernment's great rifle, which era along the Mississippi river caused ment shall be. The rule prohibiting the army to instruct Major Normoyle, Wedncesday morning and tho follow- today. may be taken to the Panama canal. Janctu, card playing, gambling aud This giant shell and powerful gun are in charge of the work in the Musuaippl ing cases have been disposed of: to theaters, circuv and hurse (aces, The court gave peremptory Instrtic-tloivalley flood district, to ceaso making considered two of the most destrucInlan Mnryd, a gypsy, charged with to find for the dofendanU In therefore, should be abolished. contracts for supplies, and prompted the tive and deadly engines of warfare in grand larceny, cams filed away. She This is the gut of a repoil presented h existence The monster rifle. American National Jlcd Cross Society to jumped her JG0 bond and left tho Uio caso of Stnto against linn, Will to tha general conference of tbe Methand James Whltson, charged with ma- odist piaoopal Church by the board fu the only one built so far. Is now at the huue a second urgent appeal for funds county. to tale up the work of relief when tha licious shooting. This case originat- bishops. army stops. Urged to action, the house Capt. T. A. Smith, of tho Roes Leo, ed In Madrid Ilend near Bowdo. A demonstration which greeted ULshop passed tbe relief resolution, but the was acquitted of one charge of violatn measure still lacks the sanction of the ing tho local option law- - and nine get Earl Cranston's reading of tbe Sheriff Johnson was ordered to was taken as Indicating a senate. When the money is made avail- other cases of the name char- a special venire of fifty men to try lively debate oa the question when it able only $179,000 of it will be left, the acter were filed away. The Judge-gav- tho caso of Rhcul Ilarflcld, charged oomti up for a vote. balance going to the commissary departtho Jury peremptory Instructions with tho murder of two white won A motion declaring that the rule 'alment to reimburse it for funds already to find for the defendant. Christmas week, In the bottom. The ways had been a source of constant Irrispent from its regular appropriation. tation and unrest in the church," and Walter Uurgitt, breach of pence. caso has been sot for trial today. While congress lias been asked for only asking that it be referred to a committee $420,000, it was declared by Commissary was promptly voted down, arguments beGeneral Sharpe of tbe army that probaing presented that the full conference bly 750,000 would be needed to take was "goiug to settle that question and care of the situation. so one elae," Fully 100,000 person In the flooded Arguments against continuing the section are being fed daily on army ralaw as presented werei tions. The first flood is Just entering never The majority of church-goerthe Louisiana district, and another is have refrained from dancing and theon the way down the river. In Louisaters because of the church, and the vioiana alone during the flood of 1S82, lation of this rule haa tended to bring $231,000 was spent all church discipline into contempt t that Declaring that the cutting off of relief many people regard Shakespeare on the operations by the army because of lack stage as being as good as Slnkrjmre of appropriations would result in "noth in a book) that many people refuse to Ing less than incalculable suffering from condemn all plucea because some of them hunger, exposure and disease," the Amerare bad just as much as they would re ican Ked Cross issued another appeal for fuse to condemn ail novels because some funds for this work. They asked immenovels are not proper; that gambling la diate response to enable them to take fundamentally wrong and docs uot need up the relief when the army leaves off, a rule to prohibit It. wnile the Jled Cross has Issued one Bandy Hook proving grounds, and has In adopting a resolution denouncing only been fired a few times The hugo appeal for the flood sufferers, it came Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson right after the Titanic disaster and conhell of stoel can be hurled a distance sequently little response was for accepting the honorary chairmanship received. of 20 miles or more, and weighs 2,400 of a brewers' congress In Chicago last "With many thousand heirless people pounds. The powder charge Is nearly dependent wholly October, the conference declared I'resl-Ideupon public bounty for COO pounds. The cost of firing one food, Taft, Secretary Wilson and Secreshelter and medical care and shot reaches In the neighborhood of thousands of horses and cattle to be with tary of State Knov "have forfeited all pro$1,000. It Is not probable that this tected and fed," said claims on the future franchise of tho the Ked Cross oftype of gun will be used, but rather ficials, "any general or prolonged disChristian and sober manhood of the nathe 14 Inch, for tbo main coast de- continuance of relief operations at this tion," because they had ignored appeals fenses of the Panama canal. This time can result in nothing less than inthat no government official attend the eon grots. formidable and long range weapon, calculable suffering from hunger, exposthough capable of firing so tremen- ure and ditsress." ! dous a projectllo, Is too costly, and CAN YOU GUESS? fires too slowly for modern Marked Improvement. She was any when she went awar Which Is the largest room la the A cordial Invitation is extended to Two months ago precisely. world! Room for Improvement FRENCH FISH GO ON A JAG now, I have to aajr. kisses con-fvin- ...SPRING SUITS.... FROM THE WORLD'S BEST MAKERS Let us Save you Money on Your Magazines . . . ofIn taking advantage of the fers, you must take the Courier with at least one offer. For alt other take one dollar oft the price of each one you want. Example; Alusloo's Magoxlne Rod tbe Court r, 12.30, aud All Story Magaxlne taken with thcin costs only $1 tnoru, or a total of $3.30. tnag-atluo- - Here can be found the suit for every man. No matter whether you want to pay $15 or $40, you can find it at this store. The line we carry represents the best efforts of the most skilled workmen in America. Isn't worth a great deal to you to be sure, before you buy them, that your clothes are all wool, will hold shape and style and give satisfaction? Following we give a lew of our HbvrUi Clubtilinf inters. The prices IiicIuUp tlis Courier one jrrr and the publication luininl "THE HICKMAN COURIER OSK YKAK WITH 2.10 Alnsloo's Magaxlne 2.00 All Story Magaxlae C.46 American Hanker 1.7G Aiuetour Sportsman.... 1.76 American lloy. .GG A. Catholic Qrly. lUvlew 1J0 American Karnier 1.C6 Amorlcau Howe Journal 3.06 Am. Grocer 2.C6 Am. llorjo Breeder Am. Journal Medical Science.... G.30 2.1G A, Legal News 1.86 Amorlcau Motorist 1.70 Am. Motor News.... 1.36 A. Poultry Journal 1.86 Shvop Brooder A 2.76 Apparel Uaxolto. 2.76 Architecture and Building 2.00 Argosy 1.40 Arkaiuaw Traveler 1.V6 Autouiobllo Topics 2.16 Baseball Magaxiuo 1.C6 Bolter Krull 4.16 Billboard 1.76 Brauu's Icotiocuutt 176 Black Cut 2.36 Blue Book Magaxlne 3.20 Bookman 3.30 Bool and Shoe Kvcorder "The Stitch in Time" Line suits will appeal to you. Time is up on Winter Suits and Hats. Time is here for Spring Clothes, Straw Hats, dainty Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear and Furnishings of all kinds. L. BRADLEY Boys M&goxJuo 1.76 S.--M- ake Ood-glve- 2.06 Urvcdcnt Gazette 2 40 Business Philosopher 3.06 CuaMer Maguxluo 2.C6 Cath Stand, and Times 1.C6 (Jcuiunl and Kug. News 4.66 Century Magaxiuo Lhitogo Kami. & Urovcra Jr.... 1X0 UiuriorJouruiU Weekly Christian Advocate, Ht. Louis.. 2.s6 6.36 Colli vrs Wvokly 1.70 lolomaus llural World 1.70 Couiuiouor 170 Cuuiruio Ago 1.&6 Contvdurale Veteran 1.76 Cooking Club Mag.. l.S Cosmopolitan 2.66 Current LUciiuure IJtU Uollncator 1.66 Uoalguvr ...... Urusi Journal l umatlc New Dog 176 4 40 Dry Goods Keporlor UoMnomUt ..'. 2C6 3 46 Duns llovlow tentorial llovlow Electrician and Mechanic.... 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McClurui Mug MuuipUis Commercial Appeal,. , Metropolitan Mag Modoru I'rlscellu MoTolt BoaTlng Muuseys Mug Mtndcul Observer NaUonul Monthly Judge.... Horse World Humorist Hunter, Trader and Trapper. . Inland Grocer and Uu tenor.. .... .......... ...... .. . . LW 2.4U 2.6 l.iu 6.30 2.b0 2.3U 2.60 1.40 4.06 4.16 4.16 3.V0 2.bU 4.06 6.30 L&- L-- l.: 6 2.U6 l.- -i 2.U6 Mololl 1.66 3.0 3.t6 2.U0 L7 nt Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Don't IMCiss visitors to make the "House of Quality" your home while in the city. We have the following conveniences at your service Cum- Tnem r But Real nicely. Outdoor Life Outdoor Mag Outlook Overland Monthly Tuthfiudor 1'oarsous Moguxluo I'hlllstlno l'hysicul Culture 1'lctorlal llovlow Popular Mechanics Puck Uod Book llovlow of Kuvlowu St. Louis Globo-Oem Wookly Nuw Iduu Womuua Mug Now York Clipper North Am. llovlow...... Mows-Scimit- 16 1.6t 4.16 4.3u 2.1w L70 , 3.30 3.fcu 2.06 1.W .Uj L7o 2.0. L"u 2.36 6.4U 2.C6 An unusual sight was wltnesesd at She was shy for a city mlssj IFrontignan, France, recently. The I look at It astutely ponds of Eaux Blanches and the Midi And wonder how she learned to klaa Bo cutely. Canal were covered with fish floating about on the surface In a helpless and But she Is not Inclined to teu. altogether Inexplicable manner The And I can not pondsr. customs officials were the unwitting How do slrls learn to kiss so Weill I wonder. cause of this phenomenon. They had seized 66,000 gallons of "doctored" Spanish wine at the frontier station Lem Magness, son of W. R. Mag- and dlsposod of It by emptying It Into ncss, of May field, was Instantly killed the canal, with disastrous effects on tit Mayfiold Friday afternoon about the fish. The fish oould be easily 3 o'clock when ho accidentally came. icaugbt with the hand and the local In contact with a llvo wlro while re- fishermen were quick to take advan-- 1 I pairing a telephone lino. ,tage of their helpless state. ers. Why are the laws Ilka the ocean T St. Louis Ilopublla Most trouble Is caused by the break- Saturday Kvoulng Pout Satire. , .... ........ LCD 4.3U berland and Home telephones Electric Settees Private Desk Ice Water Fans and Filtered When Is It easy to read In the woods T When Dams Autuma turns the leaves. rra c saw from the bark. heart of a tree? Because It's farthest Wby Is a llttlo dog's tall like the List your real estato with the Courier; If we don't soil It, It doesn't coat you anything. Scientific Amorlcau ' Scranbook Scrlbner's Mag Smart Sot Southern Planter Southland Magazine Ten Story Book Tip Top Weekly Toilettes Twentieth Century Travel Vanity Fair Womans Home Companion.. World Today Youths Companion 2.60 3.30 2.00 3.70 3.10 0 2.05 L76 0 2.C0 2.40 2.CG 3G 20G 2.6G 3ii VW , VfV 1 """ wSSnpjigHBBBBBS" ,wrii3S?''y &&&&& mm wpiitowiwjSSmS! ; per Year In Advance $1 No jopttoni to tbl mle. Onlr o a wek torely It It cheap enouah. Twenty jreari into, thla DoDr cod W 8 .. jmr. No limn U lulfir til .tMllll ttiU amount for a paper tliat ttlvv alltb count olid OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY Local News Volume 52 THE HICKMAN eOURIER. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912 Number 44 on anrona. If you do not want to mlia a copy, keep the ubscrlp-tlo- n paid np. A notice of expiraU siren here tion U dan abead wltb A Blue Mark This Paper Always Skips when roar time out. We don't forolna a paper la 1 re ' .'i )itfi i l-- ilr x LIGHTNING STRIKES HOUSE. Roof Is DomolUhed, While Family Has Mlraculout Escape. Bunduy nftornoon, of hint wcuk, dur-Su- e a Hovoro electrical storm, the run jdonce of Vtt Kelley, Hlx miles from Hickimiti, lu tho upper bottom, was truck by lightning uud tho roof practically demolished. Tliu celling and a olupbonu wero torn off tliu wall lu a Jmll, und several largu Jars, ou tliu porch whero Mr. Kelloy won churnWith tliu uxcup-Ho- n ing, wore broken. of a wovcru "bock. aimtuluud by Mni. Kelloy, uouu of thu family oro lujuivd. At tliu llmu of the ucclduiit itwre weru six or debt people in tho iioiue, uud their, uauupu from Injury mo uilrasubma. The Demons of the Swamp are wosqultova. A tboy avtlutr they jiui deadly uiuUirlu germs lu thu blood i neu loilow we icy cuma mm uio luv of fetor. Thu uppctlle (ilea and an- - Miruugth falls; albo malartu oilmi ItattM Uio May for deadly typhoid liut UUlera kill Kilrio germ from uud etui out tliu Uio blood, giu uiuuiria appuiito and ruuow jour .. uu u uno uougtb. "Aitur loin: auUeriug,--ioiWin, Fivtwvll, ot Lucuma. N. C, "thrva botlUb urou ail Uio fioiu uiy ajaluni, uud l'o had tiuat lor all auvU liuallU over allicu.' .luiuucU, liter and kidney ill. too ina-iaii- a POSTOFFICE BILL PASSED. Rural Route Parcels Poat Among Main Features. tt ce rTHt wS SiAKTSG 85 tf" i Helm it KlIUou'N. CLOTHEi NOT KNOWN .V HERE. poolal appuurvd lu thu St. old, who Mpr naiuruuy ua iuliua. jottvjib iioycr, 1U1 jvitfa ii4 iux cuitarou uuu a uiicku mint by lluud, baa aUrivu to a can- .4;o maUluUou ol Uiarily wilu , Uu Uvduiuu bu miiU lu 1U pocku M,ukl cover Uiu dUuuoa ulooi. At tvr Lhu Ualtuaiou uuoi vuu had kind UUi iwo kOUa outl four Uitugu-uira- , iluyur uthvrvd vibui ruuiaiucu ui uui JU,0UO loruiliu uud aUrlvtl a . uicUeu furut at lliuiuuau, Ky. 'liio imud tbufo Uui, mouth dvktroy.nl hu . faiekuiu' iuil cVuiytblnt vUu but u i m olda oud uuda. llnoo iio old lie uia kiartctl for Chicago, hu boru lu Uorllu lu lsll. Ho & Kiiil lu thu iluilcoii and Clui Wura lhu Courtor hua lulvrUuHud a uum-bu- r ot our oldoai dUitiua, uud uouu uf Uium lia.i nur hvura of Uio uuiu luuutiuuvU lu lhu Uotu Item, bur la there a chlckou farm lu thu lcluliy. iui Clothes that keep shape know the importance to you of having your clothes YOU shape ; and you know how very uncommon this quality is in clothes. One important point in giving clothes g this quality is the proper shrinkage of the cloth before it's cut. shape-keepin- After several weeks of debate th house Friday finally passed the poet-offiappropriation bill carylng approximately J260.000.000 for the expenses of the postal service for the next fiscal year. The bUl passed by a voto of 227 to 5 without a roll call, although roll calls were had on several of the legislative features of tho bUl. General debate then was begun on the legislative, executive and Ju dicial measure. Among the Important legislative sections of the postottlce bill Is that which creates an experimental parcels post on strictly rural routes and a temporary parcels post on general routes. Thla legislation, however, Is subject to change at the next session, when a Joint committee authorized by the bill, moke recommendations for the establishment of an unlimited par eels post. As adopted the parcels post rates on rural routes wUl be 6 cents a pound for the first pound and one cent for each additional pound on, packages not exceeding eleven pounds In weight. The general rate Is 12 cents apound with a package limit of eleven pounds. Other legislative features of the bill embrace the Shackelford good roads amendment providing for federal aid to good roads by a system of tolls for tho use of roads over which rural routes aro carried; the Harnhardt amendment requiring newspapers and periodicals to publish the names ot their owners and stockholders, and committee amendments revoking the "gag" rule in tie postofflce department, and also requiring that steel cars only shall be used for the rail road mall service after July 1, 1917. The good roads amendment Is the sugar coating on the mall order pill, and the "system of tolls" may bo a bigger thing than It appears. In the whole field of medicine there is not a healing remedv that will repair damage to the flesh more quickly than BAIXARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. In cuts burns, scalds, rheumatism, wounds and sprains, lu healing and penetrating power Is extra ordinary. Price 2Dc, G0c and fl per bottle. Sold by Hickman Drug uo. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. 37 if it i f M.i $'' '.I :!5 : cm i, Hart Schaffner & Marx have their own process of shrinking, by special machinery which they invented. It's a process that would ruin any but fabrics ; you can imagine what would happen to the common cotton mixtures of which most clothing is made if the fabrics were subjected to such a process. all-wool at the CARD OF THANKS. uudorslgtK-- luku thla uioaiui o( thuuktut: th"lr uulehbora uud friuuda lor Uiuir kind offkva durluj; lhu uiul Ueuth of thulr bcloed hun band and father. May you lout; bo lured a iiluUlar borrow la our pra)r. ilra. A. S unfflu Will Urlfflu. lhu wUl be held Court House at Hickman on tho following dates: May 17 and 18. May 24 and 25. Virginia Luteu. Co. Supt. Teachers' examinations a Oco Harris, Tom French and A. Tyler motored to Fulton, Friday. M. Dou'l fonsot to "boll tho wator." Arch llortwcck loft Saturday for atumpuU. llo will bu Eono about 3 tuoulha, a now lludsou tour liui car. which will orrlvo this wouk. Jlu bold hbt Hupp to partleti lu Mum-liU- . A. .M. Tylur huu purcbaMnl aulf-ftturU- We just thought you might be interested in knowing why our Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes keep their shape so well ; you can see why we like to sell them. Suits $18,00 to $25.00 Mrs. It. II. Kirk sends tho Courier to her daughter, Mrs. D. O. Jeter, & Dallas, Texas, for one year. Tho Colorado State Democratic convention Instructed its delegates to vote for Champ Clark for President. Dr. C. W. Curlln and wife and A. M. Tyler went to Memphis last week In Dr. Curlln s new motor boat, turning Friday. re- Other makes $8.00 to $ 6.50 1 The condition of wheat In the winter wheat belt ot Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio Is reported unucuolly Don't bo a loafer, don't class your-Hoa loafer, don't bang about loafluu jiluccs. Ujttor work for uothltiB and board yourself thau ait around with your bauds In your pockoU. lt cor-iior- a Jutc-ronte- Did you ever stop to think what a started housekeeping in. tho second Undo Joe Noonon, All aoctlouB and all classus will 18 atory of a building, on tho comer now great labor saver tho homo paper Is this county welt und faithfully for occupied by the Hickman Hardware as a means of communication with abbouoflt by good roada. Kow years a Jailer, la really ono of Hick- Company' warehouse, east of the sent friends? "Write to mo ofton," aro ua truly national, In a man's old cltlzona. While a caller at Courier office. In this building his is tho last command tho one breaking many ways, na tho flourluhlng cause thla office Friday, he had occasion to first child was born. Later Mr. Noou- - away from home ties so often gives if hljjhwny luiprovcmunt. IX you aru to refer to that foct that ho came lu waking butter roada try lllckniau (then known as Mills Point) on entered the race for county Jailer, to those left behind. In tho rush and to attend tho Good Koada rally at In Soptembor, 1S41. Und what chang- defentlng Ceo. Carpenter and W. V. hurry of every day very few people wing plow lllakeuioro. He has been defeating nowadays have tlmo to devote to cor1'aducau next Tuesday. ed, llo tuw the flrat steel 18 who boa served move-lucu- Tho plan to flend an unlnatructcd OeU'KUtlou to Ualtlmoro la tho and cowardice. of It la a Bchoiuo to aoll Kentucky out to Uio hli:hot bidder. Tliero will bo JjIb money at llaltlmor. Those who RoIhb uio onto tho lualdo of what forward know thla. Wall atreet, and by Wall Btroet wo iiienn tho furtive inoney-brtfdliiend of It, looks to go lu IU work ua tho result of an unexpected deadlock Uirough tho confusion created thereby and Incident bunch tlioreto, and Uio perfectly understanding the meaning of the chance, would have an delegation on tho ground and In Ua own hands ready for quick deThat la " livery, and Democrats, ull thoro la to It follow , That la Us length, breadth and thlck-noaamen of Kentucky. Ex. off-lrlii1 Haly-Beckhaunln-utructe- d "p-d-n"c-od- nuido tliat ever camo to Hickman. facJoe l'lerco was running a plow building tory whero V. A. Dodds now was taken Is now located. The plow ... ...i triiui lii Uio uresenco of a crowd ot farmers, who were anxious to see the "critter" worn. opln-- . them wore unanimous In their "you stating .i., i u'u no cood. thing; can't make any corn with that -" turns tho ground over iw It to go Inlu 1S57 Mr. Noonon decided City Clerk to the 'dray busluesa, and Issued him ft license Judge Walker old Kirk buildfrom his office in the room as Is now occuing tho same boforo pied by Dr. Overby. This va was a housekeeper, and ho Uncle Joo Jno. Ev tells us that ho boarded at located at that time orett's hotel, p Oabby's . residence ,f n Later be married and now atoudfl. ..,. Uncle Sam's lease on tho Tyler building, In which the postof-flc- e Is located expires the first of next month. As is their custom, the government will ask for bids for a similar lease In a short time. A lease by Uncle Sam Is a better proposition than renting to Tom, Dick and Harry, and wo understand respondence of tho leisurely kind the several bids are forthcoming. his opponents for tills office for The years now, and expects to do the people of other days kept up with postottlce may change locations with same thing next year. We oxpecf he such unvarying punctlallty. And hero a renewal of contract. has kissed more babies, nnd bought Is whero the Courier saves a world moro striped candy and cheap cigars of trouble. It Is bettor than a letter, Mr. and Mrs. O. Hertweek and son, too, for It contains much that a letter than any two men lu tho county Arch, will leave soon for Fresno, Cal., with Circuit Clerk Morris, probably, would not. Items of Interest aro In to mako their home. Mr. Hertweek a close teecond. Undo Joo stands up it that tho writer of a lottor might weight of 75 sura-mer- not know or overlook. It Is wonder- nnd wife are two of Hickman's oldest well under tho highly respected citizens and and with tho exception ot his ful how eagerly ono devours- a homo and moat their many friends regret that they o appear-mic- e paper when a stranger lu u strange snow-whithair, ho has tho of a man many years his Junior. land. Even the people you do not are to leavo us. know intimately while at home, beJudge Allen W. Barkley, of Padu-caWhen the baby takes too much food come of absorbing Interest to you candidate for Congress from this the stomach turns;- tho result Is In- when you read that they havo died digestion, sourness and vomiting. or married or figured otherwise prom district, has been here 'several days Frequently tho bowels aro involved lnently In the homo affairs. If there since our last Issue making the acand tliero is colic pains and diarrhoea McGEE'S BADY ELIXHt Is a grand Is some one of your family away fron quaintance of the voters of Hickman corrective remedy for tho stomach home, try sending them this paper and vicinity. nnd bowel disorders ot babies. It Is regularly and a letter occasionally pure, wholesome and pleasant to taktv oiid seo it they do not appreciate the Home grown vegetables,are on the Price Sle and buo per bottle. Hold by I favor ot the paper. market. Hickman Drug Co, e, ' Our Drug Stock comprises everything you will find necessary to have iri the way of Pure Drugs Drug Sundries Patent Medicines No one is employed here but those who understand the nature of all the goods sold in our store. There is perfect safety in our service. Cowgill's Drug Store INCORPORATED Ji ll lV1 fS N ws- - jy qg wy Kfc hiKs.Jiiw kseh PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES. 'yJWT1! zasba&s: It Isn't enough to bellevo thut "every cloud baa a silver lining," mid then sit down and wait for the lining to revoal Itsolf. Wo can, If wo will, take the of determination, and pierce the cloud nud find Kb bright side. Tho poorest girls In tho world nro those not taught to work Thuro are Hlch ixxreutH thousands of them. have petted them and they hnvo been taught to despise labor anil to depend upon others for a lUIng, and are perfectly helpless The most forlorn women belong to this class It and wlfo seo fyo to eye and heart to heart ono In tho Interests of homo, thoy have reached as near perfection as wo nro allowed to hopo for while on earth. Tho work of each home should be so arranged that It can bo doco almost entirely In six days and as evenly as possible In each day. "Six daya sbal thou labor and do all thy work ' wo ffil fir A sv Nettlcton't Lasts Knowltdi re Creation of Study and thorough Antlony nr tut. be trained to nioro of fibre and firmIf ness lMucnto them to pecuniary circumstances demand It, Accustom and not to them to bo or servlco In the household, to regard economy as praiseworthy and oven heroic, and to add to their other accomplishments a practical knowledge of work and the possession of Borne lucrative iosltlon or industry b which they can support themselves Such girls, when portionless will carry to their husbands dow ru-In themselves self-deni- While wo carefully guard whatever In seeking tho good of others, Is womanly In our daughters, lot them find our own. r.aVk HUMANfiftS&$&i FOOT iVCSX .( ( h - good way to remember, so as never to forget. First wrlto down tho words "Old Testament." Now how many letter nro In tho word "Old!" Three. How many In tho word "Testament?" Put 3 and !) together and Nino you will have 39. the number of book In the Old Testament Next wrlto down the words "Now Testament." There nro also lit "New' and "To Do you know how many books are In the Bible? 1ct us tell you one H. E. CURL1N IXoumo Of Qiwillty IN A GENERAL WAY! The gunboat 1'otrel Is ou hur war up the river from Now Orleans Tho DewocraUi of Keutucky hay., sciitto euough to decide for IhuiuiMlttw who their nominees shall be. Mrs W. T. Myles, of Martin, died Friday inurulug, whllo u visitor at the home of her Mister, Mrs. T U I'ierco. uud Uvu. It B Bruwird, MUj Murlo Brevard 11. A. Tyler loft Sunda) to atteud the U. 0. V. ut Mucuu, Oa. lHFV411BBBBl bTbTbHbI flV bbbTbTbbTbTJ S wsssmsymfiommsmmj!sm& Our Spring Showing Of New Merchandise Is Now At Its Best 5. There is a stray mule at It. It. Kirk's homo plscu that owur urny gel by protlng uwuumhlp and payim; lor Uiu noUco. If Mr. ltoonevell should be i;lwu third term, why uol a fourth tvriu, and no ou ad Infinitum? Yea, why not crown with 117 huu King aud bo dim SS 1 ZAP? President Taft, basing his claims for a renomtnatlon on the record of his sdmlnlstraUon, has the support of the party organltaUon In many states, and of those Republicans who ore opposed to what they consider tho too radical ideas of Colonel Roosevelt, Senator Cummins and Senator La Follotte. DIFFERENT KIND OF DOG. FOUR VOTES AT STAKE. All this quarrel about whether Kentucky shall send an Instructed, or Instructed delegation to Baltimore, Is a mere tempest In a teapot. Whatever tho Convention may decide to do will effect tho four delegates-at-large- , and those four votes might break or make the man who receives or fails to receive them. It is evident that this matter is not generally understood, but a brief explanation will make it plain. Every congressional district has the right to select two delegates to Uiu UaltJuiore Convention. When the var lous counties making up theso congressional district , select theso two delegates they cau lustruct them, or not Instruct them, as they see fit. Their action cannot bo revised, vetoed or effected In any way by tho Statu Convention to be held at Louisville ou May l!9lh. It remains entirely with the democrats in tho various congressional districts to say how they want their district delegates to vote at Baltimore. When tho State Convention Ls held its duty ls simply to elect four delegates-at-large, and then if It sees fit theso four delegates can be instructed to vote for some particular man, or they can bo left to vote for whomsoever they please. Honest men will not 'object to representing tho people others should have no chance to sell out. So after all tho party ls being split into factions and the state torn into fragments because one set of democrats bellevo Kentucky ought not tell theso four inou how to vote at Baltimore. Theso four delegates, It Is con ceded will be made up of Governor o James B. McCreary, Senator-elec- t James and two other ablo demo01-ll- 2 With new goods coming in every few days this month our Snrincr shrwinar rparKpc Jrs rlimav Our srnrV is litf- - k -- c e, r nll7 w,wvsTiwB irirh "H'uv.uru iiv,iwiuiiui handle. .anrl mVnrY" m..w 5.v.vv. ttuii of rratfitfo j , variety than ever. g CJ rki7Yn-ktA7irrr Kdltur Jno. L, Smith, of the Fulton Weekly News, spent Mouday tu lllckliuiu lu the lulurust of his paper Ho was a welcome caller at tho uu rler office. 1 U estimated that tho luurHH loiupauluj, life, uoolduut aud unaiiw. will navo U pay about H,&uu.0vo tu Io!j a a, result of the mukiue t tbu Tiuutc. jK I My ol'dawg, ho ain't no houn; he's a bull, an he weighs 'bout eighty poun', with two rows o teeth an a plum bad frown, nobody ain't kick-iiny dawg oroun'. Don't care If your chickens arc pure bred, whlto Wyandottes or It. I Rod, I must have a lettuce and onion bed, or (somebody's chickens go-1- d be dead. Makes no difference. If e have chicks In town, thoy gotta quit Uckln' our garden 'round. Speaker Champ Clark' lead in tho race for the Democratic Presidential nomination has reached such lengths that In Washington politicians agree that he will be nominated, perhaps on the first ballot. With 180 votes favorable or pledged, tbo Speaker has a clear lead over his nearest oppon-crn- t of 12C votts. fl As usual, our goods are all marked in plain figures, and A the prices are low to insure quick selling for cash. g 1$ I j Methodifct uiulstvrs appear fjualljr ou Uiu College of bU4tu' recuuimundatlou thut thu law daucmg uud bo uboti Thu bishopa say it U oUoloii' s ) of tho wemburs It. duldi-play-gointwo-tlitrdmu-UU- .. n' I 33 You are invited to come and see us. Whether you S E. R. ELLISON Unu of tho lulurcktlug flxurwn a thy people lu thu rwvut uxi liow wu J . Loug, a whlto ed fedural soldier bow about 7U ai of au, who rvaldus lu tho upper bu' lum wbeu Umi wutor will permit. II baa lou kuotikt-- oulof Mitvrul itii-o- f luto uud cauiu ueor loslug hU U mous old mule, which was aud ouir by belue floated ou a raft. 3lr. Iajuc bu4 mado 37 crops with tho mul .ui Is preparing to mako tho SSlh. Is 40 yeurs old 'this sprlug aud U still spry and atlte, but nut an) uiure so than his tuncrablo luastK UloUtf bi-ai- d Dry Goods and Variety I CASH STORE MaJ glueer of Ulectrlc W. A. Calhoun, coiiMiltliig cu Uio Kentucky SouUiw'eateru msswAmMsm&a. An Ironclad i&N?m!SS0S0J Guarantee Goes With Each Schwab Suit at $15 They are guaranteed pure wool They are guaranteed to give And you satisfactory wear. of the Schwab Guarantee back goes our personal guarantee, insuring you entire satisfaction or a new suit. f. L' There are no other clothes that totll equal them for less than a twenty dollar bill. JZ&& Wb.r. Qtulity Rmcj Hibtr tUa Price. WsZ2SVjVm Is the duty of parents to protect their When we learn to bo jwllto, not daughters from this deplorable con- only as society people, but as husbands and wives, sisters and brothdition. ers, parents and children, wo shall do wall. No homo can be happy whcrcla Homo men respond more slowly to sarcastic speech and rudo disregard tho touch of a woman's hand dis- for one another's rights Is tho rule. played In their homes and upon their 'W surroundings. The task may seem hopeless to tho wife at times. But If you make children happy now sooner or later tho effect will show you make them linppy twenty years 0yAHpCANjOALC Itself. There Is something lu every from now by tho remembrance of It. Escapes an Awful Fate. 7l HARD PROBLEMS" man which responds to a higher and J"Wr THEN SOCAB 3rVK A thousand tongues could not exw back op press tho gratitude of Mrs. J. B. Cox. gentler influence. Let his homo bo aib a Wo fear inuny good housewives of Jollet, III., for her wondorful derough and he will bo rough. But BAHhNK ?EeL or rue- giving too liverance from an awful fato. "TyFLooR. Into that home a softening touch make a serious mistake lu t41 crats. SLl?PEt phoid pneumonia had left me wllth a Ol AU EfiSy ON . be It ever so slniplo, and tho man much time to Sunday cooking. Oth- dreadful cough," sho writes. "SomeSo, after all, It ls a prize worth porhnps are equally lu error by times I had such coughing spells I ers fighting for, because if Mr. 'Clark se- feels it even though ho may not dion Saturday, ho that thought I would die. I could get no rectly notice It. He Imbibes It uncures these four votes It might nomiconsciously and Its effect ls suro up- they cannot properly rest or enjoy help from doctor's treatment or other We nate him, and If Mr. Wilson or Mr. medicines don't guess here about tho Sabbath day. Parents 'and chil- Discovery till I uaod I)r. King's Now on him. But I owe my life to this the quality of our boys Underwood or Mr. Harmon, or any dren ought to be more to each other wonderful remedy for I scarcely ono else gets thorn It could effect tbo Woman's Rights. on unit day than on any other. A cough at all now." Quick and safe. clothes we know. result. With tills lllumluatlon shed day of uplift and delight It ought to Its tho most reliable of all throat and Woman- now has, or should liuve. ou tho sltuutlon, does It appear clear Every bottle guaran- Jt would pay you to know. - lung medicines. $1. Trial bottle be made In every home. teed. COc nnd to you, gentle reader, that tho politi- tho right to govern her own homo. freo at Helm & Ulllaon'a. You would save yourself lots cians uro Involving us In a disgrace- Tho right to vote Ls Insignificant when compared to this. She must bo of worry, time and trouble, if ful row ovor a very small matter? Happiness Ih a perfumo that one its mistress, but never its slave. cannot tilled over another without a Tho City Dads have been dlalnfect-lu- your boy wore on n lurgo scale this week. Tho KOH SALI3: Fine Gasoline Launch That she has made it Immaculate in fow drops falling ou one's .self. Clothes. dty sprinkling wagon Iiub been spray- zu feet long, C root beam, 30 h. p., cleanliness und resplendant in beauty Ing tho streets with tho 4 cylinder engine, trunk cabin. Will Is not enough. She must feed tho The new styles are unusual lovo and truth which should unitedly Cod Intended that there nohuld bo Ing fluid, nnd lncldently leaving carry 10 passengers. A bargain If tho and distinctive. govern It. What power or dignity one day each week as an "especial day town charged with an odor like a taken at once. Apply to Jno. can roach higher? What Js tho abil- for tho culture of home ties, A day moth ball. Whllo It Is not as pleas Better Hickman, Ky. tf come in now while ity to sway largo audiences over a when' the father would be-- homo from ing to tho boiibo of smelling as nttar our assortment of these good Sid Humby went to I'nducah Mon homo with such skill that husband work, and tho children homo from of rosiw, the results will doubtless clothes is at its best. day to brljig Huel Burfleld back to and children shall rlso up and call her school, nnd tho mother huve 1ch of bo worth whllo as tho recent high waIllckmun for trial. Barfield is tho blessed? To bo tho ruling spirit In housctiold care, when all could put ter loft things In a bad way. negro thut shot and killed two whlto such a position la a mora sacred hon on their best, clothes, slug their men In the lower bottom Christmas or than to rule an umpire, "wo sweetest songs, and cnjy a day of Thog, Klmbro, nge 38, of near Clinweek, und wus carried to J'uducah man's rlirhtx!" Han mnn nnv hleli- - love. Th) Sabbath should never bo ton, died Saturday and waa buried at J or or moro noble? And when for husband made a day of labor In ih.a home. Wlago, Sunday. News-Democr- Light A. I'owrr the arrival shortly of two assistants from hut former of floes at Buffalo, N. Y. Thu mro of their coming u to assist him in unalyzlng tho propoed extetwlon of an electric lino from Central City, Ky to tbo Kentucky Midland route and also thu construction of a line from Central City to South Carrotltou and Greenville, Ky MaJ. Calhoun return ed Friday morning after having tnad' tament" three nnd nine letters. Now an examination of both proposed -- I'aducuh multiply 3 by 9 and you hnvo 27. the road numbirr of books In the New Testament. Of courso by adding 39 and 27 you hnvo CC, the number of books In tho Bible. Any boy or girl who will read this over twice will nover rFsCHERSAyO forget how many books are In the TotiE -- PETE TrS1h. Bible. W VOO fiRB A Bmr.nr Hallway, Co., In exjiectlug 1 OnW.V?SWiWL -- 'Pl o r over-workin- g - i ggWn!te ' - germ-destroy- - Kir-kludu- safe-keepin- Smith & Amberg1 iL.ii PHJIH.IHI i -- VL - -- J , - A Red Letter Day for Hickman AIR SHIP FLIGHTS BAND CONCERTS Auction May 14th, lSth,.K5th On f the Grounds of the Industrial League Addition to HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Richardson Bros.. Concert' Band and Male Quartette, of Atlanta, Ga., one of the greatest musical attractions in America, will render choice music for the Thornwell Andrews, the world's famous Bird Man, will daily furnish thrills for the thousands who will be on the grounds to witness his flights, rising at each flight to a height of 8,000 feet in his 1912 Curtis Biplane. He will do the spiral glide across the Mississippi River, and perform the dare devil act of deeding a lot jtmtdi the fleecy clouds. Tlierformance will take plai without fail. A pleasure steamer will op- erate cheap rate excusions every night on the Mississippi River from Hickman, and it will be three big days of mingled pleasure and, business, too good in all respects to miss. . ! i 1 Penny Bros.t the invincible "Twin Auctioneers," who will cry the sale, are within themselves the most unique attraction ever seen at an auction sale. They look alike, act alike, talk alike, and both, in voice, cry the sale of the same lot at the same time, selling a lot a minute. If you have never heard them do hear them on this occasion, for no minstrel show was ever more enjoyable than the clever work of these men. Bros., also twins, and equally as much alike as the Penny twins, are the wizard ground men of the world, and twin quartette today hold the world's record for selling lots at the rate of one a minute. the same not fail to Thomas this twin v$ The boldest real estate proposition ever offered. and we make the terms within reach of all. Don't miss it. and see the big airship deed you a lot from the sky. A chance to get the best. You set the price Take a day off, tell your friends about it, bring the family n Be on the Grounds at 10 a. m. sharp. A11 There's a Reason attractions are Absolutely Free Men, women and children cordially invited American Realty and Auction Company GREENSBORO, N. C. Lindsay Hopkins Aviation Co. ATLANTA, GA. H. B. Horner & Co. ,. UNION CITY, TENN. Luncheon Served on the Grounds ft" ". i "MY LADY OF DOUBT." Continued. MALARIA headache, biliousness, inI digestion, rheumatism, pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use E58 I's Black-Draught' the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-ford- 's Black-Draught, and now I feel better than when I was 1G years old." Your druggist sells it, fh 25 cent packages. Insist on Thedford's Best Kentucky Lump COAL -- Alto lflor In HAY STEVE STAHR BOTH PHONES WHY DO SHIPS CARRY ANCHORS IN FAIR WEATHER? Why Should You we are a divided family, Wltn ngUtlng men on either side." "Little these outlaws cure for that" "At least they appear to, ns wo re-- i main unmolested. There has not been n raiding party halted here since tho war began." "Well, If you hadn't been at home, there would have been ono along now," burst forth Grant rather rough ly. "Those fellows out there are desperate enough to sack the house If that was their only method of getting food. And I promised they should bavo the chance." "Oh, you did. Indeed I That wouid have proven a friendly act." "Necessity does not take much account of friendship. I was responsible for a hundred starving men. Under urh conditions forco would l Justified I doubt if I could control the fellows now If provisions nbould be refused." 'There Is no necessity for Indulging In threats, Captain Grant," said the has boy's volcti coldly. "Elmhurst never jet turned a Boldler away In hunner. Peter will Instruct what few servants remain to attend to the Immediate needs of ur men. May 1 ask bow long you expect to remain" I thought Grant was walking nervously back and forth across the room. "How long? I'uttl night, probably. Then with a bite in our haversacks we'll take the road again. That is, providing you comlesccud to act as our host for so long a time. Odds llfol but this reception Is not over warm to my thinking." "Elmhurst Is not a tavern, sir." "No; but the home of a loyalist the commander of half those men out However I am not pleading for them, but myself personally. What welcome have 1 had? By all tho pods, I was almost compelled to fight that old fool to even gain admittance to the hall. Were those your orders?" "Assuredly "ot. But you must con- the truth." "It merely Illustrates more clearly sider circumstances, and forgive Peter your chnracter." "You are always freo enough with your comments. I shall do my duty to the King." "Very well, sir," and the Incensed lieutenant pushed back his chair. "Then we clearly understand each other at last I am sincerely glad of It From now on I shall never again be guilty of mistaking ou for a friend or a gentleman. No, I havo no wish to listen to another word; you have spoken frankly enough, and I understand the situation. Perhaps It Is only anger, but it gives me tho excuse I havo been seeking after a long whllo in vain. Whatever claim you may have had upon my'regard in the past Is over with, forever over with. Caps bare-bandeon-de- r. bald-beade- ly the Kanger felt compelled to answer. "Of course," he explained ratbet lamely, "I couldn't altogether blame you for concealing tho boy If he had shown up here, but you will realise that as a King's officer I have a ssrl-ouduty to perform." "You would apprehend Eric? Would betray him Into British hands? Is that your meaning, Captain Grant?" "What else could I do? Don't be unreasonable! Boy as he Is, no one In all that crew of ragamuffins has dons us greater harm. Again and again he has learned our secrets and brought Washington Information of our plans. How he does It Is tho mystery or this department Howe has personally offered a thousand pounds for his arrest Surely you know thnt Last night 1 thought we had him In our power, but the very devil seems to protect him from capture, even when luck brings him fairly within our grip." "And so you came hero to search for him?" I could feel tho bitter scon in the voice. "In his father's homu!" "I cerutnly did." angrily. "1 shall search the bouse from cellar to garret before I leave." "But you are on parole." "Damn the parole. What do I cart for a pledge given to a band of plun deiing outlaws? Ana what do 1 cart lor Eric? He chotw for himself, and 'has no right to expect any murcy from me, and by all tho gods, ho'll receive none. I half believe that attack last jnlght was his planning, and that now (you bavo him hidden away here. Now listen to me! I do not desire to be harsh, but I'm a soldier. My men are not armed, but there are enough out there to handle the servants No one can get out of this house without being seen; 1'vo attended to that" "And you propose searching the. rooms?" "1 do. If you bad been a little more genial I might have exhibited greater courtesy. But I haven't any use for Eric, and never had. Now you know it1 ft i Carry Insurance ? Because it is better to have it and not use it; Than to want it and not have it f l Opened the Door Wider, Wonderln If I Dare Venture Upon Stepping by Unobserved. for being over zealous In my service Insurance of All Kinds RIGHT ir I I recelv.ed you as soon as I knew wh WHIU IT. you were." Office oer lllckiunu Hank and Trint Co. "Yfa," somewhat mollified, "I pro sume that Is true, although you an BOTH PHONE 97 chilly enough, the Lord knows. Bui what brings you here?" "That must remain my secret. Cap tain Grant for the present" "Oh, very welL I, thought it might have some connection with Eric's pres ence In this neighborhood." "With Eric! What do you mean' CIVIL ENGINEER Have you seen him?" "Ah! so I've got below the surfaci at last! I thought I might with thai1 Land, Drainage and Municipal thrust Tm, I saw him last night Surveys, Maps, Estimates didn't know What the devil he felloe was up to, but I tnougnt l'Q lei nin and Reports. play out his game. It was a right nervy trick, so far as It went, but un Office over Nalfeh Bros, store. fortunately the rebels came tn befoti Hickman, Kentucky I discovered what It all led up to." "You do not mako It very clear U O.Sox M I. me." "I told you It was not even clear U EE!HaiSa3EJSISr5H9HSI'35EjBiaEiaru3 myself. This is all I know. When 1 joined Dclavan last night Just aftei -h. dark, he had a young officer of Light Dragoons In charge of his advanci Agent fur the guard. I merely got a glimpse of tbi fellow as we rode in, and he looked If you are nervous, run-dowso devilishly like Erie that I aske sickly, lack enDclavan who the lad was. He said hi ergy, ambition, had Joined at Mount Holly with thr feel ''nil In "usa The Best Mtidc for Cusolino men, was going through to Pblladel Mayon's Special pbW with despatches from New York Launches Nerve Remedy. No and was only too glad of escort tbi internal medicine to rest of the way. Being short of ofQ disorder the stomcers Delavan gave him charge of tin ach or unset the system. Gets right van." to tne seat 01 uio "Did he recognize you?" tmnhlf In n short HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 1 hardly think so; It was prettj fnpl like a. new man .rr.ii will dark, and I was put on guard over th or woman. It restores strength, rear wagonB. I supposed I would hav renews vitality, gives a healthy ample opportunity to learn the trutt appetite and natural sleep, and after It became daylight" makes life worth living. The most reliable remedy in tho world for "But you believed him to be Eric?" Prompt, all nervous afllictions. "Yes, and after the" attack I wai sure relief. Try it, noto results. convinced. He and tho three men with Write for free booklet. I have For Sale a lot of fine, him bolted and got away. Must hav Special Offer t white corn, selected especially first fire, for tho fellow! run at the send For a short time we will J1.00 to any (or seed, which I will sell at had us completely hemmed In. It wai bottle regular one Interested a Erlo all right, and that Is about hall 26 cents to prove its worth. for the reason why I led my men back 1 MAYON SPINAL REMEDY CO. l,ere i wanted to find out if he wai Cincinnati, unio rn.Dt. B. Is it trui hiding about the old place. i This is a stronp, northern vayou haven't seen him?" riety of white, red cob corn, "Quito true; Indeed I bad no reason and cant be beaten. this Don't be deceived by to much talk to supposo him In the Jerseys at shingles. Wo will sell time." Home Phone No. II 43 about cheap Grant remained silent, probably not you the une goods for less money was being shingle wholly convinced that ho SAM WILSON, aud can furnish you a better Shingle told the truth, and yet not venturing. M. Yates Hickman, Ky If you want IUC. to state openly his suspicions. How I MORAL Insure with HENRY HELM PAFF HAWKINS "But but surely" "I mean preclsoly that You can, cover your despicable acUons with the gloss of military duty, but I know you now as a revengeful liar. Treat this house as you please. I refuse to have any more dealings or words with you. Ill provision you and your men, as I would any others suffering from hunger, but that ends all. If you search this house do it by force, and la any way you please, but expect no assist sir, ance from me. I bid you good-daand will send Peter to call you when breakfast Is ready." I closed the crack of the door as he came forth into the hall, having no desire to be caught listening. My own position was more unpleasant and than ever. Whatever reason tho lieutenant might have for holding mo prisoner I was convinced ho possessed no knowledge as to my real ldenUty. Tho probability was that after an lutervlew I would bo released. But Orant would recognise mo instantly, and he proposed searching tho house, room by room, seeking this man Eric, I must make my escapo first Yet how could this be accomplished? I heard Peter pass along the hall, and solemnly announce the serving of breakfast He and Grant exchanged 1 few sentences, and then tho latter strode to tho front door, where bo hat-ardo- us tain Grant" gave oruers to the men. 1 watened tho German officers come up the steps, CT. while tho majority of the others form-In- s Into Irregular lino, marched around the corner of the house. A small squad This is to notify members of Elm Brevard Store la Cltd BaHtflag, remained, however, oa guard, facing Camp No. 3, W. 0. W., that your I'hon No. 51 th front cntranoe. dues may be paid to 1. L.. lionuurant or at the St. Louis Furnishing Co. to CHAPTER XIV. T. A SUrlc or H. C. Darrelt. Regular meetings on Wednesday ANNOUNCEMENTS. Again tha Lady. I must think rapidly, and act as night of each week. YOU arc urged We are authorised to anuouuc ijulokly. Yet, If what Orant had said to be present. Judge Allen Darkley, of Paducah, was truo, that he had already posted McCrackeu county, Ky., as a candiH McMULLIN.C.C. guards on each side tho house, then escape by daylight was practically ImT. C. BONDURANT, Clerk date to represent the First congrespossible. From all I could see there sional district ot Kentucky In tho low was no conceal mcnl close at hand, er branch ot the United Status cou and while the fellow were without grew, subject to the action of he arms, yet their numbors were sufficient democratic party. to make any attempt at running their tain Grant speaat" lines extra hatardous. And I had much "Va; I could not very wsll help doat risk, for if taken it would bo as a ing m. Peter had stationed me tn tho We are authorized to announce spy, and not a mere prisoner of war. library, but there was notfcang said Denuy P. Smith, or Cadis, Trigg counThere was no plaoo'for concealment In between you two to mate me suspect ty, Ky., as a candidate to represent Uie First Congressional District of the library, but there might bo up- your Identity." "You supposed me to be tho lleutea-ant?- " Kentucky In the lower branch ot tho stairs, in tho attic, or on tho roof. TIwj chance was worth tho trial, and United States Congress, subject to there could bo no better time for such "Why should I not? The voice was the action of the Democratic party. an ex(erlmont than whllo tho three off- tho same; at least sufficiently similar Whatever to deceive me, and bo never addressed icers were at breakfast Wo are authorhid to announce servants remained about tho house you la a way to arouse my suspicions. Jake Corbett, ot Wlckllffe, Ballard would be busily employed alno, and Is your brother named Eric?" county, Ky., as a candidate to repre probably I should havo tho entire up"Yea; 1 told you. did I not, that we per portion to myself. Deciding to are twins? The physical resemblance sent the First Congressional District make tho venture I had my hand on between us Is very strong; no doubt of Kentucky tn the lower branch of tho knob of the door, when it was1 our voices sound alike also, or would the United Btatea Cougress subjet opened quietly from without and Ii to a comparative stranger. Will you to tho actlou of the Democratic party was startled by the sudden appearance! not be seated. Major? We shall not of Peter. Wbatover excitement may havo long to converse, and there is have prevailed among the other mem-- much to be said before those downbera of this peculiar household this stairs complete their rather frugal model servitor remained with dignity meal Peter has promised to delay unrutfiod. He surveyed mo calmly, serving as much as possible, but as rubbing his bald head with one hand. our larder Is not extensive, at best It "You will pardon the delay, sir," be will not bo long. You overheard Capsaid calmly. "But circumstances have tain 0 rant's threat?" arisen changing the original plans. "To starch the house for your broth- POND JUNCTION, TENN, Will you kindly accompany mo?" "But whore. Peter? I don't wish to "He will carry It out," quietly, her be seen by these new arrivals." eyes, no longer smiling, on my faoe. 3 miles west of Dickson, Term. "Havo no fear, sir," condescending- There has never been friendship ly, and with an authorltatlvo wave ot two, and of late my own 100 acres in cultivation. Beech those the hand. "Tho officers are at table, relations with Captain Grant have beand will know nothing of our move- come very unpleasant I think he Is Pincy Spring is on this farm. ments." almoet glad of aa opportunity to thus This is considered one of the I followed meekly enough, and he exercise some authority over me. He beat bargains in Middle Tenn. led tho way up the broad stairs to the la the kind of a man who mast either second story, turning to the left In the rule or rula. Convinced that Krlo is Want to Exchange for e upper hall, and coming to a pause concealed here, he will search ths a partially opened door A glltupie house as much to spite me as for any City Property. within made me deem It a music room, other reason. I should only laugh at although I could see merely along one him, but for your presence." WHAT HAVE YOU? wall. "Tbea your brother U sot hacsT" "You will enter, sir, whllo I return "Certainly not; Erlo Is In no dangat H. B. HORNER & CO. to the guests below." but Major Lawrseoe. you are." With one glance Into this perfectly UNION CI IV, IIINV. expressionless countenance, half susContinued Next Week. I stepped picious of some new trick, across the threshold. The curtains ere drawn, and the room seemed If you have some thine to sell or of the ball. 1 want to buy, spend ICo or 20c on a dark after the advanced a step or two, almost coa make tho dual Drink l'LKZOL tho uew drluk. It vlnced the apartment was unoccupied Courier want ad and They work while you sleep. Is Healthful and Invigorating addressed me. when a voice "Under more favorablo conditions Major I.uwrenoe, It would give mi pleasure to welcome you to the hospl talltles of Elmhurst" I swung about as on a pivot and saw her standing with one hand upon tht high back of a chair, her blue eyei smiling merrily. I felt the hot rush ol blood to my cheeks, the quick throb ol pulse, vrlth which I recognised her. 1 was so surprised that, for the Instant, tho words I sought to utter choked la my throat R"You have not suspected?" sbt lure asked. "You did not know this was my home?" , "Nothing was farther from my thoughts," I exclaimed hastily. "AH 1 knew of your home wss that It was situated somewhere In the Jerseys. But wait, perhaps I begin to understand the lieutenant who brought me here; .A Bushel Selected. bis voice has been echoing In my ears Notice W. 0. W. O. STITBBS 0r 1 AS 444 Acres at be-twe- bo-for- sun-glar- e SEED CORN Early St. Charles h Cob White Corn $1.50 Kill flsUOTsfi- - 0r f Owing to the backward season, and the further delay caused by the flood, crops will be planted late. In view of this fact an Early Maturing Corn should be Planted to insure a crop, and St. Charles is the earliest corn I know of. The supply is limited, so get busy if you want it. C. T. BONDURANT HICKMAN, KENTUCKY m WONDERFUL NERVE n, 'TREATMENT GIJS MOORE ilJnW ''You Have Not Suspected?" She Asked. "You DJd Not Know This Was My Home?" all night tn familiarity. He Is some near relative of yours this Erlo?" "Oh, you havo overheard? You Anow the name through beurlng Cap- - JBIJnti r FERRO ENGINE $40 and Up GROCERIES and fRESII MEATS We don't carry everything under the sun, but we do handle the best of everything to eat including of course, our famous u. SEED CORN $ .50 a Bushel tfifr (Special Agency; H. E. CURLIN Snowflake Flour Every sack guaranteed. A share of your business solicited. Phone No. 74: HOumo or C$An.llty a groat bargalu. Has been run very little. Apply to J. M. Linn, at the Q House of quality. FOIt BALK: A No. 1. top buggy Ask about our coupon system if"you want to save money. at Matheny & Plant rv tfe othor said ma wuw, a4 ai tT(r"' Tn Goin' to Build?! Let us figure with you on LUMBER mm'ii M&R jit f-K- My Lady .sm. aafr jH v)Vf jBtfflH'i'1! I mK XJIb PAINTS, OILS ROOFING, NAIL8 HINGES, DOOR8 GLASS of Doubt EflNMLL PARRISH rvsoiimor 4.C MZ&sgsS Hlooli, XllRixt PriooN T. R. REYNOLDS Cumb. 187 of jLove lncfeh Homo Phone 102 See The Courier for Wedding Invitations tv' sriai: Hp 8YN0PSI8, CHAPTER Lawrence, on ot Judge Lawrence of Vlrainla. whose wife on t; '. V.a minion by Omi. Waihlncton. Justperilous the winafter ter at Valley Force. CHAPTER In a DrltUh nlform arrives within the enemya llnee. CnAPTKR III-T- he Major attend! a h "Lady of the "',. nd "v Blended Rote" from mob. He later tneeU the girl at a brilliant balL CHAPTER la itarted orer by i? "? mwh. ?,L",,r" Mortimer. urped Lady hie the Blecded Roie), to make Iths escape. of Ui C.,JITrE5 detected a Grant of rmy, who cPall to a duel. the British. oTeea M&Mfovfrttem'RMil 4d3eT&acrraJuaoCQ33ri "JJo not mention It, sir," he murmured smoothly; "wo are only too proud to have you as our guest at Klmhurst. It has been very quiet hers now for 'some weeks, sir, ariU your coming was welcome to us all." I could only stare at the fellow with open mouth, so dumbfounded as to be speechless. Of all the Idiots I had ever met ho was the womt, or else his aotlng was magnificent. To save me I was not certain which might be the correct guess. He continued in Htately solemnity: "1 trust there remains nothing more you desire to learn sir? If not, I am requested to conduct you to the library. Ah, thank you, sir this way, please." He stood aside, statue-like- , bis eyei looking directly past me, and pointed with dignity to the open door. I obeyed the calm movement of that band as though It had been a military order, but, as I stepped Into the twilight oi the outer basement, I suddenly pen ceived the presence there ot the attendant graybeard. Ho moved in advance, and I followed, aware that Peter was closely at my heels. A glance told mo hero was a library, not only in name, but In fact, a large: square room, well lighted, the furniture mahogany, shining like glass, three of the walls lined with books, .mostly In sombre bindings. A green- - ."" R1. ry-Tro- uble L;"nt' JSI & t. roiov '.vr l"k 'III I if 1tlsil l v VLJ?"7' w'nmln- - a rirer escape. of iVfe-- p 0W" JtoM. following- - a. blacksmith, who Is frtendJy. th Lady of th Blended VTTT-Cap- taln t.SEATTE.P Grant an rch lh! la irVv.for"the spy. the blacksmith ..CHAPTER Joins men who coptura Orant the hi and prisoner men. Mm 1 CHAITBR CHAPTER ajor by an Indian Lawrence la mad and two whit captora loctc su t iH'ir ""' ' ' f t i f t HICKMAN f msK 7TJ 7M t r Ait rti . r. In a stronr cell, where lie meets Peter the Jailer. hit BANUND TRUST CO. I 6,vw50 000Os7,Ui3a50022 The Light Question can be beautifully settled by using the electric. You will find it more convenient, more cleanly, more adaptable to your needs, and of course qualities. Why more effective in not arrange with us to have the light in your place, the same as other modern households. light-giving Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated. L P" JOHN DILLON. Jr.. Manager. J Be Careful We are installing a " DAY CIRCUIT," and our lines will carry 2300 volts of hours per day. electricity twenty-fou- r Telephone and Telegraph employees are especially warned to avoid contact with our system. Hickman Ice & Coal J. T. BUM Co. DILLON, Manager "it la called 'Elmtium,' air. "Klmburst? A country estate!" "Yes, sir, one of the old plantations." a namo I never beard. When la that precious lieutenant?" "I presume he is In bed, sir," and Peter rcje quietly to bis feet, and replacing the dishes on bis tray. Apparently there was not a nervous throb to his pulse, and ho remained blissfully Indifferent to my presence. I stared helplessly at him, even words falling me. "You refuse to inform me as to the truth of this affair!" I faltered at last, as he lifted his burden on one arm. He turned a stolid face my way. "I would soem so, sir. I hare to thank you for a most delightful sir. Your conversation has been both lnstrucUve and entertaining. However, sir, the hour is now late, and I should advise your retiring." He bowed solemnly, backing toward tho door, and I sprang to my feet, overtaken by a sudden determination to make a break for freedom. There as a slight glitter in IVter's gray eyes, as bo rapped sharply with hla "I Hardly Think, Sir, That Would Be Advisable. The Man Outside la heel ou the door. Armed and Might Hurt You." "I hurdly think that would ba advlB able, sir," ho warned softly "The man topped table occupied the center of outnldo is unned, and In tbo excite the apartment, a masstvo affair, flanked ment might hurt you." by a leather upholstered reading chair, There was a click of the lock, and while before the front windows were the heavy door Bwung open. I stood cushioned ledges. My rapid glimpse motionless, tempted to spring, yet not Peter standing In digdaring the venture. Poter backed about ended inbarely within the door, majestically out, and I caught a nified alienee the knob. upon glimpse of the gro) beard, and the his hand authorized, sir," he said Im "I am black outline of a pistol. Then the pressively, gazing directly across my door closed, leaving mo alone. The shoulder, not a feature expressing llttlo scrap of candle left sputtered "to permit you to remain feebly, and, after walking across tlio emotion, parole." here on floor a times, striving to "Parole! What do you mean?" gain control of my temper, 1 blew it "Parole was, I believe, the word out, and crawled into the bunk. There used, sir," in calm explanation. Is, was nothing I could do, but wait for as I understand, sir, a military "It term morning; not a sound reached me signifying pledge " from without, and, before I realized "Oh, I know that Kindly concede tho possibility, I wob fast asleep. I must have slept long and Boundly, that I possess some small intelligence. for when I Anally awoke a gleam ot Peter. Hut to whom Is this parole sun lay tho full length of tho room, .given, and wbnt does It Imply?" "To" myself, sir. This may seem and food was upon the table. Some one Peter, no doubt hod entered slightly unconventional, sir, but I tniBt and departed without arotulng me. you will repose sutllclcnt confidence in Sleep had left mo In a pleasanter me not to object. The sole requireframe of mind, and I ate heartily, ments aro that you remain In this wondering vaguely what the day would room until sent for." "That wDl not bo long?" disclose. I determined ono thing, that "I think not. sir." when Peter returned for tho dishes, I "And who will send for me?" would back him Into a corner mid Peter's eyes surveyed mo, but withchoke at least a portion of tho truth out ot his unwilling throat. I had out expression. hardly reached this decision when the door opened, and he stood there gaz ing at me with BpMnx-lIkstupidity I aroee to ay feet, gripping the back of a chrlr, but tho utter vacancy In that face seemed to numb action. Thcro wus no positive expression, no dim glimmer of Interest In bis features; the shining bald head alone gave him a grotcsquo appearance, restraining mo from violence. I could aa easily have warred with a baby. 'What is a A "I trust, sir, you slept well," he said medicine that increases the soothingly, "and that the service la strength or the tone of the satisfactory." I choked back my indignation, the whole system. What is an quiet deference of his inunner causing "alterative"? A medicine mu to feel like a brute. that alters or changes un"Nothing could be added to my I answered, "unless It might healthy action to healthy ba a llttlo Information which you seem action. Name tlae best "tonic disinclined to furnish." and alterative"? Ayer's He waved one hand, as though brushing calmly aside some imagined the only Sarsapa insect. rillacntirely free from alcohol. "Disinclined? Oh, no, sir; there li Ask your doctor about it. nothing to conceal, sir, I assure you." "Then, for Clod's sake, let It out ol liilious attacks, indn-es- . your system, man!" I burst forth im lion, constipation, ti'my spells these patiently. "Whom am I a prisoner to? are some of th results or anjntctive What am I held for? What sort ot liver. Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayer's Pills in these esses. The doso treatment Is this I am receiving?" IVtur bowed, without the tremor ti Is small, one pill at bedtime. ttde by Oi. .a. 4YXU CO., UmlLUiM. i . ua eyelash. Iff bo-ea- n eve-nin- e, No. so. One lot 75x1 GO In Southern Heights, with privilege of additional Cured By Vinol Here is Proof on lot. Seymour, Ind. "I was troubled with, ground if wanted. Small barn Walk, light and water at front of a chronic stomach trouble, and five weeks ago It got so bad I had to give property. up work. I had tried various mediNo. 81. Two residences on lot 100 house, one cines without relief, and was finally by 180. One Induced to try Vinol. After taking the house. Located on Troy avenue. first bottlo I was greatly benefited. Well Improved and in good neighborAm now on tho third bottlo and ready Small house rents at 8 and to rcsutno vork. Am rapidly gaining hood. large at 1C. in weight and strength." Edw. residence, No. 82. Nice It 1b tho curatlvo medicinal ele- bath, etc. Located on corner lot. three blocks from business tac ments or tho cods livers, combined with tho strengthening properties of tion. Lot CGx'JU. tonic Iron contained in Vinol which No. 8U. Nice corner lot In Henry makes it bo successful In restoring Addition. Large enough for two perfect digestion and at tho same houses, or one house and good gar tired, overtlmo it builds up tho den. Located near northern extrem system. worked and Try a bottlo of Vinol with the un- ity of the addition. derstanding that your money will bo No. 84. Hesldence of 8 rooms locat returned If It does not help you. ed In heurt of business section, fr'lne Holm & Ellison, Hickman, Ky. mau. 12000 location for business cash will awing deal. No. 8G. 1280 ucrea cut over Umber "1 am quite unable to answer that, laud in Cash river bottom; does not v sir." He was enough to provoke a saint, overflow, flue toll and fine body of but I bad already butted my head luui. Would make daudy farm when against that stone wall sufficiently to cleared. Two mile from railroad; IB learn the uselessness of any further uillfcs from Jonesboro, Ark. Will tell attempt. Peter was Peter, and I cash ou crushed back my first impatient excla- all or part of tract for half long time payments. Price per acre say humbly: mation to "All right, my man, I'll wolt here." JIG. Easily worth I GO wheu cleared. I sank back into the upholstered No. 86. Farm of a3 acres, BU in All high, chair, and for a moment aOrr he had cultivation, rest timber. closed the door I did not move. Then, dry bottom land, under wire fence, scarcely knowing whether to laugh or good house, large barn, two swear over the situation, I crossed the wells, small orchard, soil dark loam. room, and cazed out through the wliv corn, cotton, dow. Par down the winding driveway, Farm will produce fine trees, a hay, trults, etc. Quarter mile :ram half concealed behind the body of British troops was tramping railroad staUon. Price ?45 with term toward the bouse. li wanted. Near Jonesboro, Ark. No. 87. Forty acre farm, 36 acre's CHAPTER XIII. In culUvatlon; 10 acres bottom, balhouse, baru, ance ridge. Good A New Combination. My first thought wsb that this must good water, on 2 public roads, line prove a trap, and I drew hastily back land. Near school and half .mile to behind the curtain, believing myself tallroaU station, B miles from JonesJustified in an effort at escape. Surely, boro. Fine fruit and poultry farm; under such conditions, my word of alsj cotton and corn, etc. Price parole to Peter had no binding force. J27.B0 an acre; terms if wanted. Yet I waited long enough to glance acu 5UxlB0 No. ao. Four lots, forth again. The advancing body was less than a hundred strong, Queen's feet, on good level ground in Southern conHangers and Hessians, from their uni- Hutghu. liroad street in trout, wulks on both sided, water-uiui- n forms, straggling along on foot, limp- crete and sevter already in. Will ing, dusty and without arms. These sell oue or more lots to suit purmust be the remnant of Delavan's chaser. This property comes uuuur command, released by their guard ot special restrictions no uegroed no partisans, and now wearily seeking surface closets, no residence to cost refuge. But why were they coming less than i.0UU. Beat residence tec-tlo- n in Hickman, with no city taxes. here? Surely this was not the PhilaThis addition won opened last year delphia road? up; They turned in upon the open lawn and eight new houses have gone others will go up this spring. in front of the door, and I could plainNo. 'J!!. Nice C room residence, ly distinguish the faces. There could new, lot COxlBO, outbuildings, no longer be any doubt but what these were the men we had fought and de- city wa'cr, etc., located in southeast feated the evening before. Orant, with part of town In splendid neighborthe two Hessian officers, was In ad- hood uud close to HIckmuu College. vance, and the former strode directly Place wlM bear close inspecUou. For toward the house, while the majority ot bis following flung themselves at $1050 you can get a deed to this full length on the ground, as though pretty UtUe house. No. S3. The Ur. II. E Prather utterly exhausted. Some strange fascination held me motionless, watching home, located in oue ot the best the man climb the front steps. The neighborhoods lu the city, with magIron knocker rung loudly twice before nificent river view. House contain there came any response from with- seven rooms, city water, eluctrlc in. Then I could hear voices, but th words reaching mc were detached, and lights, outbuildings, etc., with big, without definite meaning. Finally the roomy lot. A very desirable place for door closed, and the two men passed a home for any busluess man. $2000 along the ball, beyond the room in will buy It; easy terms. which I waited. Then Peter's vote For further Information, apply at said solemnly, as it announcing a dis- the Courier office. tinguished guest: Nle-mn- n. ut run-dow- n al-in- STOMAGHJTROUBLES REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. nil half-doze- o Tiozc- Adterative "tonic"? " Sar-saparil- la, s, prise, a quick exchange of sntencei Indistinguishable, althougk I waa sure 'of Grant's peculiar accent,, .and the other voice was that of the young light Dragoon lieutenant. Uncertain what beat to do I stole toward th door and gripped the knob. This was the only known way out, for I dar not venture to use tbo window which was in plain view of those soldiers resting on the lawn. Whether Peter had retired or not, I possessed no means of knowing, yet I opened th door silently a bare inch to mako Bure. At the same Instant my ears caught tho lieutenant's dismissing order, even as my eyes had glimpse of Swanson'i broad back blocking the open doorway of a room nearly opposite. "That wM do, Peter, for the present Have the table prepared for throe; guests at onoo." He backed out, casting a quick glance ot caution in my direction, and disappeared down Ibe hall, rubbing hit bald head industriously. I opened the door wider, wondering if I dare venture upon slipping by unobservd. Then Grant spoke, his voice loud enough to be easily heard: "How did we come here? Why, where else could we go? The damned rebels stripped us clean; we had to have food. This was the nearest place where we were certain of getting any. Of course I didn't know our foragers had left Elmhurst alone, and that for some cause which mystifies Clinton these Jersey outlaws have been equally considerate. There was plenty to be had here, and I meant to have It In splto of the servants." "You must have marched straight past your own place," the boyish vole Interrupted. "Well, what if we did. There was nothing there, as you know. Tho house has been stripped to a xnera shell. Not a nigger left, nor a horse. I'd like to know what Influence keepa this property untouched!" "That's easily answered. You forget (Continued on another page.) Get the best at Hickman Furniture "Captain Alfred Grant!" There was an exclamation of sun EjajsBiHapjaMaj3EEJ2BaisiSJe8)aaaisi3i iPBiSi S the kind to darlings wee, dimpled All styles mako tho comfortable. $2.50 to SIS (Inc.) -- ST. LOUIS FUR. COMPANY Cash or Credit. IE'iySI3fJa,af25P"M3'EISMJicyt "?,oR GROCERIES Phone 4 C. H. Moore 33 33 ST 3Li33-A.-r- ia I LAUNDRY -- AT- I R.L.Bradley Basket leaves every Tuesday afternoon BejtWork Lowest Prices i T rail Bird Man Coming Three Days' Areoplane Ex hibits at Hickman Next Week by Andrews. No. 42 LUMBER YARD SOLD. Reynolds 8ells Lumber Yard To Hale Lumber Co. A deal was consummated Friday af ternoon whereby tho lumber business, lock, stock and barrel, of T. R. Roy. nolds, tho lae successor to tho Reynolds-Moss Lumber Co., was transferred to tho Halo Lumber Co., an In fant Industry which was preparing to open a third yard hero. Tho purcbas-ertake charge of tho business this week, and will coutlnuo it at Its present location. They had purchased lumber wIUj which to stock tnolr new yard, and tho two stocks will bo com bined, giving them an extra largo stock to begin buslnosn with. Mr. Reynolds and family will return to their former homo at Union lity much to tho regret of tho many friends they havo made during tholr stay lu Hickman. It la probablo that he will bo connected with the Union City UnnK--r Co , of which W. A DiMlds, of Hickman, Is owner. Tho Hnle Lumber Co. Is composed of I). 0. Hnle and two sons. Guy wlU bi general manager and Arthur assistant manager. AH are clever gentloiUMi, worthy of the confidence of the public nnd merit our patronage. The Halo lumber Co should succeed. ' IK-- fc Siek room No. 14 No. C2 a SPECIAL SHAPES IN FOi? SUMMER ATTRACTION IS FREE! ATHENA KNIT UNDERWEAR Here are shown some of the summer shapes in which Athena Knit Underwear is made. Note shape 52 particularly. This is a short, union suit is cool sheer dainty. Fits into the that stocking and eliminates bunching of cloth under supporters at the knee. tight-fitting, Industrial Lengue Springs Big Surprise in Announcing Lot Sale Attractions. Flight Begin 14th. Tho first aviator to over visit Hickman Is scheduled to arrlvo here with hl new 1912 Curllss biplane Sunday afternoon or Monday. The aviator Is F. II. Andrews, of Atlanta, Ga. Ho has contracted with tho Industrial League for flights on threw days Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday as u drawing card for tho big auction salo of lots, beginning May 14th. While these flights will cost a considerable sum of money, the attraction will doubtless serve to .bring several thousand visitors to Hickman, who would otherwise not be on hand. One of tho provisions of the contract Is that Mr. Andrews must remain In the air at least 30 minutes on each flight. Tho place of departure, of course, will be from his hangar on the Industrial League grounds. east of town. Tho flights will be absolutely free, nnd can bo witnessed Uiroughout a wide range of territory. Over the .Mississippi rher he will do the spiral glide and other dare-devstunts, at a height of 8,000 feet, to thrill thuso who witness tna dangerous performance. In short, we are to have three Red letter days next week. Besides dally aeroplane exhibits n thero will bo other attractions. Jjros. Concert Hand and Mole Quartette Is a favorite musical attraction that will bo on the grounds. il Rich-uniso- knee-lerigt- h luftjfres PH Mil M r Y" I I Jl-- T - '" i & M&FY-r-iJtiz- Z Shapes 14, 42 and 22 Where can you get it ? Here, at this drug store. If the doctor says you need a certain instrument or appliance come right to this store we have it. ' bring comfort and coolness to the woman who has a preference for separate garments yet they give the tight-knee m No. 54 Held was In Fulton Sunday. Filtered Ico Water at H. E. Curlln's Ed Smith Spent Sunday in Fulton. I). P. Ia'IuovIu spent Sunday Dyersburg. In Cra- effect. No. 22 Shapes 54, 24, 34 and 44 umbrella pattern are carefully made to fit the figure snugly yet comfortably. All Athena Union Suits and separate drawers are made with the patented Athena seat gives extra room where most needed and yet does away with unnecessary cloth over hips and under corsets. Buy the special Union Suit for allows full freedom of movement a practical, sensible garment. Athenaclosed-sca- t See tho "New Lino of Ixmar vats" at Curlln's. Hearn Brown spent Sunday Nashville, returning Monday. A. P. In Thurmond, of Dyorsburg. was here Monday on business with the Mt-ng- Helm & Ellison "The Nyal Store" Home Phone No. Box Co. Old Mexico, Texas your girls left Tuesday for and other southwestern points on a prospecting tour Jno. Klrklndall 10 Cumberland No. 45 SMITH & No.24,OpenSit No.34.C16MdSeat AMBERG No. Floor Dressing, applied to tl Lin oleum, preserves the Linoleum, makes Jesse Anderson made a business the life longer and the floor Sold In any quantity at H trip to Cairo, Friday. K Curlln's. Neville Roncy, ajceut for the Satur W. J. Logan, superintendent of day Evening Post, will be glad to Mengcl Box Co. operations at Craig's take your subscription for the Post, Landing, nnd Mrs. I.ogan, cauio up I ad tea Homo Journal or Country Geu- Sunday. Mr. Logan Is on tho sick Ueman, or he will deliver any of list and confined to bis home. the above to you each wek. dust-proof. -- Mary Icwls. of IXenvir. Colo In Hlckumn Baturday nlghi to visit her father. Jailer Noonon. for several weeks. Mrs arrlwd W. M. Rondurant, tho newly oleot ed and popular young prvatduiit of lb MllUug Co., was lu town on Cayc buslbeiw Monday 44 K pork, veal or what not, add and chop into this any cold fried or boiled eggs which have been left over When the whole is chopped fine and thoroughly mixed, add ono or two beaten eggs The eggs can be dispensed with If necessary Add a little sweet milk for moisture and enough cracker crumbs to make the mixture easily bandied Season with salt and pepper. Roll into croquettes and fry in hot lard. If The Hickman Ice & Coal Co. force desirable the croquettes can be made has been busy this week Installing Into balls and friend to a crisp In half the new electric funs, which take the butter and half lard. place of the old direct current fans Turkish Rlcs Soup. used heretofore. The fans are all on Pick over and wash through several 'meters now, and can bo run day and night a great improvement over tho waters one pint of rice, soak la cold service we have bad heretofore. Up water for an hour, drain and drop into a largo saucepan filled to this year, no fans could be used water, add one teaapoonfulwith boiling of salt and fan boll rapidly for ton in the residences, as the former minutes. Drain, circuit reached only a limited number add one quart of clear soup stock and of business houses. Now the house-wif- one saltspoonful of saffron and simmay enjoy tho luxury of elec- mer until the stock Is absorbed. Turn tric fans at a very small cost, pay out In a greased mold and keep warm. only for what is used as recorded by Prepare an ordinary mutton soup and serve In a tureen; turn the rice out the light meter. on a heated dtsh aad serve with th When the present term of circuit soup court convened, thexo were only ten Serve PLEZOL to your Family. prisoners in the county Jail on unnumber. Jailer Noonon Serve PLEZOL. to your friends. usually small you are down town drink PLEattributes his small family to the fact When per cent of them have ZOL. that a large Subscribe for the Courier. been released on bond. over-flowee Just a word lii regard to crops. If you are one of tho many who eyiect to plant land that bos get Into It with the seed the first thing. Either for corn or cotton, do your planting FIRST, and break the middles later. Get the seed In the ground and let them be coming. Thl will put you several days ahead of the man who breaks his ground before planting. Chop fine any bits of meat, chicken, To 8ave Meat. be a set of twin aucfamous the country over, who will ory the. lot sale. Doth will be In action at the Bamo time say Ing tho same words In the same tone of voice at Uie same time. These are the renowned Penny Bros., of Carolina. Another set of twins Thomas Ilros. will, In tho vernacular of the lot salesman, do the "ground work " That Is, to explain the dimensions of lots, etc. It Is said that these twins so closely resemble each other tha it is impossible for a etrnagor to tell ono from the other. They aro equal to a minstrel show lu their stunt of "selling a lot a minute." will There tioneers, House Cleaning Time Brighten up the home while you are at it. Here are some of the things you fvvill need and we "sell them for less:' Victor-Victrol- a J, mem JLmmmM JUL ( v '$Jr I Victor-Victrola ys&ay A genuine Victor-Victrola, For the benefit of visitors not living on tho "Father of Waters," pleas-ur- n steamers will run cheap excursions in afternoons and night The names of the boats running theso excursion, are not known at this time. This big event Is being put on by the Industrial League, assisted by tho American Realty and Auction Co., of Greensboro, N. C O. D. MncCullum, avdcrUslng manager for The firm, arrived hero this week, and Is assisting Mr. Brown In getting things In readiness for tho three biggest days Hickman has seen for a long time. Tho Courier Is assured by Mr. MncCullum thht tho Atlanta aviator Is an artist g :i his line, and no amateurish will bo pulled of to disappoint the crowds. This week, Andrews Is making flights at Atlanta, Ga. Ho Is In tho employ of tho Llndsey Hop kins Aviation Co., who guarantee him equal to tho best In the United States. aero-planln- Matting Rugs Window Shades Lace Curtains Linoleums Carpets Porch Furniture Refrigerators Coal Oil Stoves Furniture of AH Kinds Art Sqares Matttings Don't fail to see our stock and get prices before buying. No trouble to show yon. All new goods at very lowest prices. tl- In addition to tho attractions hero mentioned, thoro will bo others, whlc will be made-- public on tho opening day of tho sale. Mlsa Paulino Caldwell, of Paducah, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W. Flynn, and broUier, Will Caldwell. A new is here. bearing the famous Victor trade mark, priced at only $15. -i SMSSM SBSSaSIHMSMSlBSaMMM ""SWSSSSSSaMSMSlMMlSSSSSSSSMSSSSSSSSSMSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSiSSSSWSI r Come in and see it and hear it. No obligation to buy but after hearing it you won't vant to be without one. Other styles $25 to $250. Victors $ 0 to $ 00. Easy payments if desired. 1 1 Tho veneer mill was to havo boon put In full operation last week, but owlne to trouble with tho big turbine and other electrical machinery, they M. H. SHUCK, - Jordon, Ky. have been unavoidably delayed. Tho chief electrician from Louisville nnd an engineer from Chicago aro at worh on this machinery. About four hundred men aro at work at tho plants St. Louis Furnishing Co. INCORPORATED I row. A pww - p" -- "IS "T?i .v , I. J M ' 1 'A Sweet Potato Slips SOUTHERN QUEEN OLD TIME YELLOW YAMS FLORIDA YAMS Guaranteed strong healthy plants and true to name. Price at Ucl. 15c per 100, $1.50 per 1.000. Leave orders with E UMBRELLA HOLDER IS C urhn, Hickman, or phone or write HANDY i Guaranteed Schwab Leaves Both Hand Pro to Attend to Other Thlr.js and le Convenient for Letter Carrier. All-Wo- ol 'I ,' Suits a i Wilson Bros. Shirts, Furnishings, etc. Stetson and Lebovitz Guaranteed Hats Corliss Coon Collars Walk-Ov- er 4 H. L. CURLIN, Woodland Mills, Tenn essee fe.JUllL un"" t fiSIrrriwi?r GQIM & - The people of Hick- man and vicinity are finding out that they can . Ono of the things that hue helped the popularity of the raincoat Is the universal objection to carrying an s Indeed, people In some flnd It impossible to carry umbrellas, and they will rejoice In the upportor designed by an Indiana man. Particularly will lottor carrlert And It a conrenlence, as It will hold an umbrella over their heads and lento both bands free to get mall from their bag and ring the doorbell. The occu-pattern- and Selz Shoes ON Save 5 to 15 You can find all the above representative lines in the newest styles here, and at prices absolutely the lowest. vA 33g? K)N $ AHRNESSI by trading here. Biggest line ever brought to Hickman ready for your inspection. Outfits for the buggy, wagon, plow, saddle horse everything in harness. We alio make a specialty of repairing harness and shoes. Let us figure with you. A complete line of Overalls, Shirts, Pants and everything for the working man always on hand. WZi. M Umbrella Holder. "' tt i wwrmrwA HICKMAN HARNESS CO. MrflJ liai I'llllll m Where Quality Reigns Higher than Price. holder la attached to the user's coat and haa a groore In It and hooks to engage whatever enters the groove. The handle of the umbrella la placed In the groove and clamped fast, hold- OLD TEACHERS REELECTED. ing the rain protector firmly above All Places Filled 1 the owner's head. If tho rain stops But That of Principal. the umbrella can be closed and car rled In the bolder ferrule down, thus preventing It from being an encumTho school board mot Friday evenbrance even then. Any person who ing for tho purpose of electing teachlast a i" r? has bundles to carry would find one' ers for Hickman's public schools for just year or two." You can of these devices useful. ". .Yf'r With tho the school year of 1912-1now roof with Peerless at a lower exception of principal, all tho old first cost than you've ever dreamed possible. DEVELOP PLATES IN CAMERA trachere were employed. And you know that Peerless is the ptrma-w- nr m s They are as follow a: Missouri Man Invents Contrivance Enroofing thewViW protection that once abling User to Finish Pictures Miss Inez Luton. laid, ntver requires repairs. Just put on Anywhere He Wishes. Miss Annie Sharron. Miss Faustlno AVIngo. '& m ff?M In taking photographs while traveli i il Miss Mattle DeBow. ing or on vacation trips It Is usually, Miss Mattlo Mao Seay. necessary to bring all the plates or ' Ml ah Imogeno Moore. films home for development, owing to and forget all about it. The only Miss Bufle Bruer. lack of darkroom facilities. A Mistime you'll need to remember it, souri man has circumvented this by Mrs. Avoo Journey. T Inventing a camera that Is also a is when you have another building Miss Lite Farls. dark room and the owner of which Miss Aunlo Hallow, to cover. Then, what Peerless has proven can develop his plates practically anyMiss Marguerite Fuqua, music. about itself on the first, will make you put where he chooses. The camera propMiss Ioulse At wood, librarian. it on the second. Peerless is the one brand er Is of the bellows type and Is set In one end of a box much larger than that makes a roofing-doll- ar Mrs. Journey, Misses. Lite Farls and stretch over would bo required to hold It It rests Annie Ballow will look after the new mtrt tquart feet and yield more uEJ satii-Jaeton a hinged door when extended. The primary school In West Hickman. The Two Best Brands of than any other kind on the market. box baa a plateholder In the front end, Tho matter of electing a principal practically all of Its Interior Is but ' Come in and see us and Peerless clear and near the rear end Is a win- - will bo taken up at tho next meetPrepared Roofing at the tamo ing of tho board, probably next week time. We'll make a permanent There aro two applicants for tho place customer of you with permanent Peerless Prepared Roofing. Prof. B. F. Gabby, our present prinmade are sold by us on terms. cipal, and Prof. E. S. Clark, of Ky. Prof. Gabby has been principal of our schools for a number of years, and his services have been exceptionally satisfactory. It E. E. REEVES, Mgr. win bo hard to find a more compeNext Door to P. O. tent and painstaking man In school work. Here's hoping Prof. Gabby Is kept at the bead of tho Hickman public schools, which by the way are Dlzlness vertigo, (blind stagg.rs), FARMERS' TELEPHONES. second to none In the state. are sallow complexion, flatulence p A dollar a month does not go far symptoms of a torpid liver. No one can feel well while the liver Is Inact- enough after It gets into the telephone When you are happy drink PLEZOL. ive. HERBINE Is a powerful liver company's treasury to satisfy the Whon you are dry drink PLEZOL. stimulant, A dose or two will cauQ manager who has to pay the upkeep When you look for prosperity drink all btllious symptoms to disappear. and operating expenses on a big ruTry it. Price COc. Sold by Hickman PLEZOL. ral line aystem,and keep a little small Drug Co. change to hand over to stockholders once in six months. He has to Camera a Dark Room. cut too many corners, and run too dow of colored glass, covered by a many chances of getting caught short hinged flap. A flexible sleeve with an of a bank balance by a Bleet storm, elastlo mouth is fitted Into the rear or a law suit. wall and the operator works through Twelve dollars Is too low for farm-er- a' this. With such an apparatus a picline service on the average systure can be developed outdoors Imtem, with the quality and cost immediately after it la taken. Ml proved as it has been lu the last few Ventilating Fans Harmful. years. It Is Ume to start after this -teat of ventilating fans In Brusis n rate. The farmers can afford to pay sels has shown that In many plaoes more why should not they be Inthey do more barm than good by stirduced to recognize value received T ring up gorm Jadon dust. In the resAdopt the plan of making regular deposits in our TTHIS is the month - Tornado Insurance protects your Of course we know what the farmtaurants and cafos Investigated, the Savings Department to take care of the payments. fact, your ers do when it is proposed to raise number of bacteria In each cubic meRoof, Windows, Doors. Chimneys, find, in the telephone rate. But can this go ter of air ranged from 10,000 to 22,000 whole house, at n ridiculously low price. In this manner the interest on your savings will on forever? What is the best way before tho ventilators wore started, from 17,000 to 48,000 after they had to get this thing into better shape? help pay the interest on your mortgage, and you will been running an hour, and from 27,600 TeleThe AmorJcau Journal of find it much easier to meet your payments when due. to 85,000 after two hours' running. In phony. (The Independent Telephone laboratory where romedles for tua Journal.) Drop in and discuss this plan with us. berculosis woro prepared, the bacteria Writes Tornado, Life, Fire, Burglary and All Kinds Increased from 8,500 before the ventilator was started to 45,000 after one Someono bos truthfully said that "BETTER BE INSURED THAN SORRY" hour's running and 75,000 after two nothing but a mint can make money In a private parlor tho bachours' without advertising. It might be teria numbered 650 bofore the starting added that the mint couldn't do it if Hickman, Kentucky of the ventilator, 2,600 In ono hour and 4,000 In two hours, and then the venit didn't put its competitors lu Jail. ELECTION OF TEACHERS. Helps a Judge In Bad Fix. tilator being stopped diminished to FOR SALE: Young cow with calf; 700 In two hours. Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $32,500.00 Justice KM Cherry, of Orlllla Mills, Tho election of teachers for Uio ruyoung Red Polled Bull, registered; a T n . was plainly worrit!. A bud ral schools will bo held Juno lBt. pair good young mules. E. O. Madfro on lila 1k Iinil baffled several Teachers wishing positions will pleas Onion Sots at Bettorsworth and doctors and long resisted all remedies dux, Route 3. W. O. JOHNHON, Vice President t I thought Trnther's. It ffOH a cancer," ho wrote file applications with tho At last 1 umiI Uucklon's Arulca trustees. State tho number of years 1,000 Black Locust Fence Posts for W. O. ItKKD. Cashier JNO. HYLIC, Ast.OUler oaivo, ami was coiuplotely cureu. . taught mid tho kind of certificate Seed Potatoes and Garden Seed sale, at 2Cc each. See Walter Mo Cures, burna bolls, ulcerH. cuU, Plloa CASH. Bettersworta ft Pratbr. Virginia Luton, Co, 3upt. Hurry, at Hickman. held tte ud bruises. 26o Holm & Ellison's' ? m made easy !i? sewing ,. u l .. Positively permanent Don't buy "a roof to n IPrOgslr?1fii(nig l un SEWING MACHINES Hickman Furniture Co. AJt n, T. R Reynolds vvf lera nJrAY ?3 , ItlMkMim "immMth 93 i f W (MONEY TALKS) .'jcSi-Bf- t vl Have you a Mortgage to pay? $ f A. E. KENNEDY Hickman Bank and Trust Company a Ml at Hj T. V K- 7- ". r ? WHY NOT GET THE BEST THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING IS Began Life's Battle Handicapped by Fate. Early Struggles of Dr. Anna Shaw, Head of the Suffrage Association, Who Won Succoti Against Many Discouragements. lloston, Mass. One of the ablest leaders connected with the woman suffrage movement in thu United States Is Dr Anna Shaw, president of the National Suffrage association. She started for Albion college. In Mich, lgan, with Just f 18 in her pocket. She had earned that $18 by teaching school at $1 a week, and after sho had earned It she had to watt ono year for the dog tax to be collected to get her pay. Or. Shaw was born In England, like those other pioneers of the suffrage movement, the Wnckwells. Out her parents took her into Michigan 62 yearn ago, when she was eight, having stopped four years In Massachusetts on the way. They traveled days and days In an prairie schooner to reach their destination. Then tboy lived In a log cabin The cabin was papered with spare copies of Horace Greeley's paper, and Anna learned to read from the paper on the walls, beginning with the big letter in the advertisements and progressing to the editorials. Miss Shaw spent four years in col-leand another four In the theological and medical schools of Boston university. Her people were deeply opposed to the whole plan and told I T Engraved Calling Cards, Wedding Invitations, frc. See samples. Jit Courier Office. had through her course She repaid the money after she was graduated and never knew Who lent It Hut about this time she acquired the warm friendship of Mrs Persia Addy, a widow. During the final year of her course Mrs Addy took her into her home, and though the student paid the same board she had been paying, she had for It tho comforts of a good home and the devoted care of Mrs. Addy. Mrs. Addy had planned to go to Europe and take Miss Shaw with her as soon as the latter should have finished her course Sho died Just before commencement, but In her will left Miss Shaw $1,500 for the specified purpose of taking a European trip When she waa planning this Journey Mrs Addy's father said to hen "Now, you will spend that money and It win be gone forever Instead of cosh, let me give you two bonds worth $1,500 Then I will keep the bonds for security and lend you $1,500 on them When you get to work you can repay me as convenient, and when It is all paid the bonds will be yours agnln " She did this, and having acquired a certain sentiment about the matter, has dono the same ever since She tins left the bonds on deposit and let tb interest accumulate, and they have paid the actual traveling ex penses of her three trips to Europe Miss Shaw took the medical course because during bar theological course she did missionary work in Boston. She found, to use her own words, that she -- had nothing the people wanted." They did not want either her theology or her gospel. They wanted help In their material Urea. She took the medical course In order that she might give them free medical treatment It was as a missionary doctor and preacher In the slums of llostnn that Miss Sbaw became convinced that there were certain defects In an all male government which called for political power in the hands of women She had alwnys believed In woman suffrage Now she derided to work for It She began to piak for the Maaaachuvetts Suffrage aiooriatlon and from that grew her national breaker sS ahead iW, rJP Wtfi m v There are Ifyour dealer doesn't handle Incorporated it, write for prices. Hickman Wagon Co. ON COOK'S THE TIME DAY FOR MEAL. OUT SIMPLE, A. M. TYLER Attorney-at-Law 10"" THEN and Notary Public COSY JS) for you and when that day shall come money will be your best friend Will practice in all Courts of the State. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY Innumerable Dainty Dlihea That May Be Served Chicken Salad a Good Substitute for the Uiual Hot Course. coziest and most enjoyable In the way of little dinner or supper It Is looked to by the house ciothor as a Ume for tesUng auy new dulntles of which she has heard without Inter ferlng with the cook's domestic sway, Solicits Your Patronage. aya the New York Times A quick and easy "vegetable-cour- se for such a meal Is Welsh rareOIIICIKS AM) IHRLCIOK: bit, with spaghetti, for wjalch the Ti pasto Is boiled aa usual In salted waD. O. Hale, 8r., Vice President. A. O. Caruthers, President. ter until tender, then drained and C B. Travis, Cashier. J. H. Russell, Ate't. Cashier. stirred Into a thin, smooth paste To make the -- rarebit," grate the cheese DIIlEOTOIta w S ElllK)i). d A Townaend. Win Shaw, John It l.u is to serve your needs. or cut or crumble It in small pieces ten. II P. Johanou. T A Pratlur Jr. J U Glover It will help sell your Into the cold milk, which heat slowly goods talk to the unUI the cbuse has melted. SUr together and arve at once. people you want to This dish can be prepared with a reach. An advertiseremnant of macaroni or spaghetti on ment in this paper the chafing dish. is a reference guide For a quick roast. Instead of a leg , KHTAHUhllKli 1Kb to those whoso wants Q or iamb buy the rack with chops, and cook It under the gas broiler. A rack are worth supplying. TOM DILLON, Sr..Prop. of from two pounds up can be broiled .J htiroiMtr to II (1 lummmo, J la an hour or less. Hamburg steaks, a good choice for work such occasions, can also be delicately broiled under the gas flame instead of cooked in Jhe pan, and to llarbed wire cuts, ragged wounds. aeaeaeaL JbLbLbLbK many the flavor Is greatly Improved collar and harness gall heal up quick ly when IIAUjAKD'S SNOW UNI thereby. Onion Juice Is much better MKNT U applied. It la boUi healing CURBING, STONK WORK OF ALL -- ASK than the usual chopped onion for FOR RATES- antlsoptJc. and $1 these steaks. It comes put up In her they could do nothing whatever and bottle. Sold Prise 26c 50cDrug Co KINDS, IRON FENCING. per by Hickman bottles, or the onions may be minced to help her. During that eight years he Kentucky Hickman, " U, meat cboPPe" and a tablespoon- - earn.had oaly $91 that she did not ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHUHCH iuj or two pressed out MARRIAGE LICENSES. She lived In an atUc without any Another substantial offering for the Services: Granted In Obion County fire In a Boston winter. She studied Every Sunday 11 c. m. and 8:00 p. m. menu is ham patties made of about In bed to keep warm, her breath makSince Our Last Usue. two kitchen cups of cold cooked ham ing frosty Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday. minced fine and the stirred Into four cups bad not food clouds uponsatisfyair. She enough to hunger. of bread crumbs, the latter moist W. A. Cook to Sallle Pryor One day she was altUng on the ened with milk. To this add a large V. a. Adanut to Nelllo Stover W. J. MeMURRY stairs She bad sat down because she lump 'of butter and any seasonings Hes Hugsoll to Hophlo Dockery. Attorney-at-Laliked. Pour the butter into goni pans, felt too weak to got to the top. A woman whom she knew slightly came Sam Coleman to Addlo Austin filling about only. Now along Office la LaClede Building on corner. break an egg and asked her why she was sit Thurman Hundluy to Myrtlo Cherry over each little sec- Ung on HICKMAN, KENTUCKY the stairs When she found Hickman. Ky. J. W. Iluolmnan to Molllo Iliithauau tion, sprinkle over more of the bread oat she went away and borrowed 191 crumbs, and bake until brown. Frequently at such times the house- from another woman and gave It to niHKcrnnw DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD keeper will eubsUlute a cold dish, Miss Sbaw with the proviso that she ENDORSED AT HOME. It. M. IHl.KIl J.J. IIONDUltANT was never to know from whom it Dentist which can be prepared woll in ad- came. II. T. DAVIS OKO. Il.TII KKI.KKI.lt Such Proof as this 8hould That waa the only help she lir.J.M. IlinillAHl) T.A. I.KIiroitll Davidson' old stand. Phone No. 2. vance, tor the hot roast or broiled Convince any Hickman Citizen. IIKNIIY HAMIKIt meat A hearty course of this kind Hickman, Ky. Is chicken salad served in a ring of We combine absolute safety with satisfactory service, and ham Jelly. The public endorsement of a local 8crve this on a bod of crisp waoffer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent HICKMAN FURNITURE CO. citizen ia the beat proof that can be Funeral Director with sound banking. and Embalmera. tercress, having the salad heaped up produced. None butter, none strongo In the center of the Jelly ring, which can be had. When a man cornea fur- Is made In this way: Whip stiff a Phone 20 day or night. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS ward und testifies to his kitchen cup of thick "double" cream, Hickman, Ky. and Into this sUr a cup of strong as addressoa his friends and neighj j V llONItrilANT, I'rnldenl J A THOMI'HON, Ctublrr pic jolly. Cool It, and before it is Thousands Have Been Helped bors, you may be sure ho is thorough II. O IIAMAUK. AmI Cannier WOODLAWN DAIRY quite net add a small quantity of ly convinced or ho would not do so. By Common Sense potted very finely minced cooked A.' H. Leet, Proprietor. Telling one's experience when it is ham. Combine all three Ingredients Suggestions. for tho public good la an act of kindThe only dairy la with the egg whip, color pink with ness that should bo appreciated. Tho any pure coloring extract or tomato Fulton County. Women suffering from any form of fe- following statement giving by a rest Juice and pack In the mold. It will require about two hours to set thor- male ills are invited to communicate dent of Hickman adds one more to ST. LOUI3 FURNISHING CO. promptly with tho woman's private corre- tho many cases of Homo Endorsement oughly. Undertakers A dainty bite for the entree or des- spondence department of the Lydla E. which are being published about I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. sert la rice fritters prepared by this Your Dona's Kidney Pills. Head it. Hearse and driver furnished on letter will be opened, formula: Three-quarteof a pint of answered by a womnn and heldread and notice short in strict J. II. Pickett, Hickman, Ky., says. cold cooked rice, one tablespoonful We are installing machinery for the purpose augar, yolks of two eggs, cup of confidence. A woman can freely talk of "I havo used Doaii's Kidney Pills for of of changing all of our electrical system to the almilk and flour enough to make the her private Illness to a woman; thus has several jcars and have found them been established a confidential corre- to bo Just as advertised. I take usual thick drop batter. Add a ternating current. spondence h n s extended over them when 1 catch cold In my kidof baking powder, mixed many years which and which has never been with the last of the flour, and, last broken. Never have The "direct current," which has existed in the they published a neys and they always euro mo. It of all fold In the whites of the eggs, testimonial or used a letter without tho gives mo plcosuro to recommend business district for the operation of electric fans, beaten very stiff. Fry like any frit- written consent of the them." writer, ters and serve with pure maple syrup. has the Company allowed these and never will be abolished. confidenFor sale by all dealers. Price CO tial letters to get out of their possesion, Dimension Stuff cut to order on Foster-MUbuCo., Buffalo, All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices as the hundreds of thousands of them in cents. To Help With Flreless Cooker. Short Notice. New York, sole agents for the Unittheir files will attest Many people do not seem to realize. motors, etc., can be operated twenty-fou- r hours Out of the vast volume of experience ed States. In using a flreless cooker, thot all per day. they have to draw from, is of Mill located on Dresden Road sortawith utenslia besides the ones com whichpossible that they pohschs Itthe more Ilemember the name Doau'a and Ing verv tako no other. the cooker may be used with than Parties owning direct current fans will do 2 -2 miles east of Hickman, the heat radiators. For rice or Indian knowledge needed In your case. Nothpudding, or scalloped potatoes, for in- ing is asked in return except your good well to list them for sale, as they will not operate if you are in need of anything stance, prepare the mixture In John K. flendrlck, of Paducali, has an will, and their udvice has helped thou on the new current. announced for tho DemocraUlc nomiearthenware or fireproof china baking sands, burely any in this line, see dish, which may go direct to the ta- woman, rich or poor, nation for congress from tho First All current will be measured by meter. Dr. J. M. HUBBARD ble. Heat the radiator over a strong should be glad to district. fire or gas flame unUI it is thorough- take advantage of ly hot. Then place It In tho cooker this generous offer and carefully lower the baking dish of assistance. AdWhat Texans Admire J down on it If the food Is of a nature dress Lydiu E. Pink-huIs hearty, vigorous life, according to Medicine Co., to require a very hot flro, a second Sabscrlbe Hugh Tollman of San Antonio. "Wo J. T. DILLON, Manager radiator can be placed over It on the (confidential) Lynn, TvKAYrnJii5xsrv find," ho writes, "that Dr. King's Now for THIS DO rack. In this case It will be done In Muss. ensurely put new Lire PAPER two or three hours with a good Arm Kvcry womnn ought to liavo ergy Pills a person. Wlfolire aud beInto and I o and slightly brown crust Good Jjytlhi K. JMiikliiun'H lieve they are tho best made " ExHousekeeping Magazine. Text Hook. It 1h not a book for cellent for stomach, liver or kidney general distribution, us It Is to, troubles. 2Gc at Helm & Ellison's Try our Helnze baked beans with NFOIl BALK AT ONCE One million, is free anil only Large can Lemon Cling Peaches, j Extra fine Oartlett Pears, large expensive. by mull tomato sauce good any thiuiu. Only extra flue cypress shingles. C. M. obtainable Write for Subscribe tor the Courier, f 10c cau. Uottersworut ft Prattler's). Yaw Shingle Co. 26c. Bttwswortk A PraUMr. PratUr. it today. cab 30c. Botten wort Office over Rice's Shoe Store ' out frequenUy represents all that In small households the cook's day Is Start a bank account today and make the future certain for those depending on you, as well as for yourself. A dollar wil do it now here. The Purpose of an w n The Peoples Bank Advertisement ' ft w HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1 Marble and Granite Business Directory aeBeBeaeaeaL flaaaeaeal Monuments Farmers and Merchants Bank a two-third- s FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN fellow-cHI-7.U1- te ? CHANGE- rs Rough Lumber Tor Sale... f m Hickman Ice & Coal Co. IT NOW 80-pag- J It