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THE "BEA" TREE
WJhen you have
f f saved
The question arises, "What
Shall I Do With It?" There Is
no belter way than to deposit It
Hickman Bank H
where it will be Absolutely
safe and always ready for you
when you need it.
Limit your spending and save
the balance. You will be sur
prised how quickly you can
create capital when you go
about it in the proper way and
Put Some Money Alvay Noln-
not around the house where it
may bi destroyed or stolen, but
by depositing it in this bank.
Wc stand for safety First,
Last and All the Time.
Bible School 9:30 a. m. Com-
umun service ai 11 :uu a. m.
Money (o Loan.
I can make farm loans in Fulton
farming lands. Not more than
If till. i-flli v-iImi. ff n fnrm trill
loaned. Loans made for five
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vtitvrr ty iflMf 4m imi - In full
making any size partial payment
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Spradum, Atty-at-Law, Union
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mici Milium umuuic u viycc
negate farmers' institute tor
iiiiiiirii irux v s r win r n"iri
B a t I H Nunnn vtilh
Wa B B A.aaVliaaB bB,B,B,l.
iuic uucciur, oi onciuyviuc,
a vw a . a a
armors nr n t nnn mtintu enr.ii in
Mr. Hanna, as he has a re-
f r 1 .a at a m i
est to them.
1 fertilltv and clovers will be
in manv sections ot the coun-
attracting the attention of its
rs, and will be given special
ion. ''Construction and Main-
hat will command special at-
. P. Pncrra nf CJmllMnn nnj.
J twvl.) W. W. ...... .MI.U With I
lecturers, has an array of
All who have been selected
is the Fourth District, are
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insure a good attendance. It
y you to lose the time to at-
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alone. Cayce Is preparing
you a hearty welcome. The
July 7 and 8.
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aic ciauy auuijuicKiy enccar-
Dr. Shocp's Maeic Oint-
m (. aa a at!
w JIWIV V V Witt iliUlt t I
tai uux as a convincing icsi.
address Dr. Shoop, Racine
'. aa .
wacic u ntment would stand
Remember it Is made ex
am alone for swollen pain-
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or internal. Larve iarSOn.
casivq iiuverusing comes to
fj ' w " 1
iiuiiMi inr. n i l. . imm..
The point is this throw
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possible. It is the hust-
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et quiet about his place of
SHubbla and Fattr nd Hilly and MB,
wa found a oful bltf hole In Irnf!
thr wui n lot or amall Ifeaa buiilnt
Btabbln l. "thli la a UK A. tr.o-laWa
o w lit Inl lhe tlilnir with a Bnw
ttltllnK th HOner l Nature" nrt IwJ
It wa a oful hard Tr 2 cut down,
awl of ua Kellrr wuz tuckrrod out
thn, awl at one ah cum ICrnihlnr mi
thal wui almost ml taat Tree cut. Inr
Stub col hi note baJljr aklnned by a
Kat lout hla Hat wher the trfa hit thee
"that wu a purty tit Bhave," Billy
wlplnr the blud from the top of Kat'a
Next thlnr we foucht off thee na with
laklnc a pall full of flweeta with a ruhl
we wui a cooling- away with the Stuff
'llOO!" aod a noise, very hollow and
"listen," ed Stub with thee Pall dripplna
full WW "lht " ThorD-
h wu a charging- us Madder than
maybe yew think that us Kids didn't
Katty not caught In thee Fence glttln
I vut thee first 2 git over It 21
hiud lost thee BwreU we had got frura
sum feller alius Is kareless. I ere!
If I had haii m a mnnA 1 IMfip. .I.ik
I wood hay rescued that Honey ' fer
Plml Mulln Minn! D.I.I. tl.n..l.i.. .i i
A rt)mli)iiatlnii nf ami
. ' " -iiiv iii'iin-r iin-
mrtlnii. It la itnuiti. in . ..i V .
V ; ""i""" " iv iwiiii niauc ui nail
lllonp. lfnriil muln iiitnf. i. . .
Willi a stick cannot prwluco rcxulu llko
M Mastic Mixed Paint
HatataiH " TVtaf .VW Tt - !
mmmm aT vaTft sW-f 2 "
ground and re-Kround l.y iKworrul machinery which,
lliereforc, i)rolii a nm.oilier. closer and mora beautiful
, uiuro Mirtan- una rmuin lliu elements better.
iiw bto w jiuuhii; on a jxxir paint is lust as much as
for imUliie on Hattlo Paint that does not have to bo
" w jear or so we saving is an in favor
of Mattlo Paint.
FOR SALE BV
HICKMAN DRUG CO., Incorporated.
MOTOR MAIL COLLECTOR
ill and his pancr of nine I
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in iiniinn nr n i.n nr. iha
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ww.iviw iiutnifi a lie
uiis Duuuing is oeing con-
of white brick and makes a
0ijrlgU by Wl& roU
New motor tricycle recently Introduced in Washlnoton bv the oouem.
wint for collecting mall.
Smith and wife, of Fulton.
S. Smith, since our last
g For Autos and Launches
(let the (lusolliiM at Courier OJtlri tea
The spirit of party harmony and
unity in the Democratic ranks
throughout the state is indeed pleas
ing to observe The press of the
state is unanimous in Its sentiment
along this desirable line and has
joined in u united eifort to promote
this sentiment throughout every pre
When it comes to choosing your Low Shoes you might just U3 woll select fcliem
from the Htoro tlmt shows you tho most vnried collection of stylos from which to
make your choice.
At Millet & Naylor's you will find nil leathers, woightu and sizes. You nro wel
come to an inspection of our lino whether or not you nro clufiniioly rendy to buy.
Men's Low Shoes
Ladies' Low Shoes
3.50 to 5.00
- 2.50 to 4.00
ELU" said Mrs,
with a somewhat
really did a good
day's work, John."
bis chop with fer
"You know how
ruBhed I always
am at Christmas.
his wife, "bo that
I get packages all
mixed up and
send people tho
wrone articles by mistake."
'Tor Instance, that little break ot
malllnt pink baby booties to our es
teemed bachelor uncle," John assisted,
"Yes," acrvod his wife, hastily,
mat particular blunder was still a
sore) point. The uncle was a rather
Important parsonage, potentially, If not
actually, "But nioro than that, John,
It's the foolish selections you mako
when you are hurried. You don't
hava a chance to show any originality.
Mrs.TBrlggs, who talked beautifully
at the club Wednesday, showed us
that it was a positive Insult to our
friends to cite them things picked up
In a hurry at the last minute-."
"What's all this got to do with your
day?" prompted her husband, select-
lag a third hot biscuit from tho plata
at his elbow.
"Why, everything," said Mrs. Steel-
"Please explain," Insisted Steelby.
"Well," said his wife, "after listen
ing to Mrs. Briggs I made up my mind
to bo as original as I possibly could
bo In every single caso. So I caught
the 9:15 train this morning and sim
ply put la the day downtown, looking
Steelby groaned. "Were you part of
that throng of women which tramped
up and down tho streets all aftor
noon?" he snapped,
"Why, John I Of course I spent part
of my time there, but nearly all day
I Just looked at things in the. shop. I
thtnk It's the only way to get Ideas
Just look and look until you happen to
think of what you want."
"Oh, bo that's the idoa. Is it?" In
quired Steelby, with a nollccablo lack
of sympathy. "I'm glad to got a line
at last on the processes of the female
"Of courso it Is," Mrs. Steelby as
sured him, "I don't know how many I
cotin'ers I've stood at to-day. Every-
thfng is terribly crowded:. But I al
ways managed to got attention, one
way or another."
"How's that? What do you moan?"
demanded her spouse, suspiciously,
but Mrs. Steelby hurried on without
noticing tk-c Interruption.
"It was an awfully hard day, John,
You men have no notion what a drain
this Christmas shopping is. Especial
ly when you Insist upon being original
By one o'clock I was completely
fagged out. I happened to run acrons
Mrs. Peter's Just thon and wo went
up to the lunchroom and had a cup
of tea. I wasn't going to eat anythln
and she thought at first she would
Just have a glaan of milk, but erery-
thing looked so good that we ended
by ordering a chafing-dish lobster and
some salad and coffee and ices. After
that we both felt rested."
"H'm" remarked Steelby to his
coffee cup. "It takes these delicate
little women to put it all over a coal-
heaver when It comes to appetite!
"But It Is such a satisfaction to
know that you have accomplished
lot," pursued his wife, dreamily.
don't mind being all tired out and miss
ing five calls and tearing my lace
waist in a basement bargain dopart-
ment. I feel very grateful to Mrs,
Briggs for putting It into my head to
be really original this Christmas.1
"What did you get?" inquired Steel
by, with his first real appearance of
Interest. He placed his napkin on the
table and sat back In his chair, much
soothed in spirit by an excellont din
ner, and prepared to listen to a long
catalogue of novel and striking pur
"I got V began Mrs. Steelby, Im
pressively, and paused. "I got," she
weut on after a moment, checking off
the items on the fingers of her left
hand, "six monogram handkerchiefs
for Ned, a gamo for Willie and calen
dar for Sue, a box of notepaper for
each ot Cousin Harry's children, a
book for your sister, a necktio for
each of your brothers, and for you
a big, lovely box of cigars!"
For moment Steelby remained star
ing nt. his wife. Then ho burst Into
a roar ot laughter.
"Original!" ho gasped, between
paroxysms. Fnnally he quleled down
and wiped his eyes. "Let's sample
thnt box now, Mrs. Steelby," he sug
gested. Chicago Daily News.
Was Original "Thunderer."
The original "Thunderer" of Print
ing Houee square was not, as many
people suppose, the famous newspaper
itself, but one of Its writers, Cnpt. Ed
ward Sterling, who, after being cnlled
to the bar and serving as a volunteer
during the Irish rebellion, finished a
versatile career on the staff of the
Times. Capt, Sterling was a well-
known figure In London political cir
cles and was father of the most fa
mous John Sterling, critic, isssaylst
ud friend of Wordsworth, Coleridge
and ua Qulncey.
L3RADLKY & PA HI I AM
Card of Thanks.
I wish to think the good people of
Hickman and the management of
the water works for saving my resi
dence from destruction by fire last
week, when the Salmon residence .
burned. Your efforts in my behalf
are appreciated)". B. Graham.
The latest development in k the
realm of fashion, is what is known
as the "Directoire Gown," a wil-
lowy, figure-fitting costume, which
is in reality a revival of the ancient
costumes worn by the Grecian
ladies. In speaking of this new
sensation, the Drygoodsman of St.
Louis, says :
"About a month ago the fashion
world was startled by the appear
ance at one ot the Sunday afternoon
races of four young women attired
in Directoire gowns of radical and
senational type. The sheath-fitting
gowns, which revealed the, figure in
almost every line and curve, and
the low yoke and tight sleeve of
diaphanous material, are said to
have shocked the blase Parisians.
The feature of the gowns which
caused the sensation was the opening
at the side of the skirt, which re
vealed the foot, ankle and calf al
most to the knee. Now within a
a little more than four weeks after
their appearance at Paris, we are
having exhibits of them in American
department stores. "While it is true
that the extreme styles have not
been taken seriously, it is conceded
that even the most radical models
are foreruners of fashion and indi
cate that for the coming season the
Directoire styles will be strongly
felt, and must be reckoned with.''
Well, it could be worse.
Cant Be Separated.
Some Hickman People Have'
teamed now to Get BUI of Both.
Backache and kidney ache are twin"
You can't seprate them.
And you can't get rid of the back
ache until you cure the kidney ache.
If the kidneys are well and stroncr.
the rest of the system is pretty sure
to be vigorous and healthy.
Doran's Kidney Pills make strong.
healthy kidneys. '
John Fethe, living on Troy Ave.,
Hickman, Ky., says: "I am truly-
thankful for the great benefit I have
derived fiom the use of Doan's Kid
ney Pills and for the benefit of suf-
fering humanity, it is a pleasure for
me to recommend this remedy in a
public way. I suffered from many
symptoms of kidney complaint, the
most annoying being a weak back.
tried all the remedies I could think
of, but found no relief. Finally
someone advised me to try Doan's
Kidney Pills and I procured them
at Helm & Ellison's drug store.
They cured me and I will always be
glad to recommend them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents.' Fostcr-Milburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole acents for the Unit
Miss Utie Parham returned from
Ackerman, Miss., Wednesday; of
ast week, and will spend a month
or two with her parents, W. H.
cinct in the state.
Parham, near town,