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THE HICKMAN COURIER
Cnn Wtitira KMlwkjr Lis tfe Dw"
W. 0. BPSXB. nd 3. O. SEXTON,
Editors ud Proprietors.
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
CAM IK ADVANCE.
B&Mrsd l U Hlekmsn, Kentucky,
tsiIHc m oodiS-cIau msll mstur.
Tfinrsffau, Jan. 28m, 1909
Candidate For Representative.
Judge F. S. Moore, of this city,
telephoned the Courier from Fulton
yesterday that he had decided to
make the race for Representative
from this district composed of Ful
ton and Hickman counties.
It is not probable there is a man in
either county who is better suited to
the duties of this office, and the
Judge's home county will doubtless
attach the seal of approval by giv
ing him her hearty endorsement.
He is one of staunch supporters of
Jeffsrsoman principles, and one of
the few men who never cease to
"whoop'er up" when it comes to a
show-down for the interests of Demo
cracy. If the party can owe an in
dividual for services rendered, it is
under obligations to Moore.
Judge Moore is a man of good,
sound, practical judgment, in ad
dition to his thorough knowledge of
law, and these are elements that
should enter the make-up of the
man who represents any people.
As stated elsewhere in this is
sue, a convention will be held at
at Clinton, March 24, for the pur
pose of making the nomination for
this office. Delegates from the var
ious precincts are to be chosen on
It is probable that other aspirants
may bob up between now and the
convention, but not likely in Fulton
It is Fulton county's time to fur
nish a Representative.
Home Talent "Makes Good"
The musicale given under the
auspices of the Literary Circle,'
Tuesday night, at the opera house,
was a rare treat, indeed. The pro
gram of 14 numbers reading, vocal
and instrumental music was rend
ered to "a queen's taste" from start
to finish. One would have to search
a long time to find a city of equal
size possessing as much musical
talent as does Hickman.
This entertainment was to have
been given last Friday night, but for
some reason, was postponed until
the following Tuesday. This, now
ever, did not keep the attraction
from drawing a good house. The
receipts, clear of all expenses, was
$41.00, which has been donated to
the book fund of the Carnegie
Library, We regret that limited
space forbids the personal mention
to which each of the performers are
Let's have another, please.
The pastor, Rev. J. W. Waters,
has begun a sejies of sermons on
"The Essential Elements of Christ!
anity." Next Sunday morning his
subject will be, "Forgiveness of Sins
Through the Shedding of Blood."
A cordial invitation is extended
to all, to be present. At 7 p. m.
the subject will be, "Jesus Christ
and Hina Crucified."
Sunday school at 9 :45 a. m.
January Brieflets.. ,
Mrs. Susan Jones has returned to
Hartaville, Tenn., after spending
several weeks with her. daughter,
Mrs. Henry Hawkins, f nur town.
Your only etianee to "the Lost
JktuV' at the Opera H&uhi, Tues
day night, Fb 2nd.
Opera House, Tuesday night.
Oce Harris spent Sunday in Union
Guy Hale went to Cayce Sunday.
Lent begins one month from to
day. Carl Schmidt was on the sick list
The freshest groceries in town at
C. B. Wright's.
Capt. H. A. Tyler returned Wed
nesday from Memphis.
Mrs. Giles Bond, of Chattanooga,
Tenn., arrived here Monday.
Miss Hattie and Dosia Carpenter
are visiting in Fulton, this week.
Born on Sunday, Jan., 24th, to
the wife of Luther Morrow, a boy.
List your real estate with the Hick
man Courier. No sale, no charge.
Clarence Reed and Arch :wd
Harold DeBow spent Snnday in Ful
ton. Miss Lillian Leach, of Wingo, is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Mabel
Mrs. Hattie Foltr, of St. Louis
is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
FOR SALE: Good timothy hay,
in bale. J. P. Thomas, Route 4
Don't forget the Epsicopal enter
tainment at the Opera House, Tues
Miss Mary Anderson, of Charles
ton. Mo., is the guest of J. W.
Rogers and family.
Threlkeld & Schmidt want to
show you their new samples for
spring and summer suits.
Mr. Blackburn and Mr. Lester
Eason, of Nashville, were the guests
of Joe L. Amberg and wife Sunday.
T. S. Hamilton has returned to
Louisville after a few days business
here with the Mengel Box Com
Wheat sold for $1.13 a bushel on
the floor of the Chamber of Com
merce in Chicago Friday, which is
the highest price paid for this cereal
in the last three years.
The Lee Line Company ought to
be forced, if possible, to build a new
river depot and warehoush at this
place. The old trap they have
down there now would be a disgrace
to 'kink town" to say nothing of
C. L. Walker and wife will enter
tain a number of friends at their
home tonight. These good people
didn't expect us to tell it, but it is
their 18th wedding anniversary ; and
here's hoping they may live to cele
brate the 118th.
Saturday evening, Mrs. J. M.
Reld entertained a few friends at
an elegant dinner of five courses.
The guests were Rev. and Mrs. J,
W. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. C. C,
Smith, Mrs. Clara Outten, and
Misses Jessie and Anna Outten,
Tom Robertson, a carpenter of
this city, fell from a scaffold over
one of the Mengel Box Co., sheds
yesterday morning, and sustained
injuries about his back which will
lay him up for several days. The
scaffold was about IS feet from the
Mr. W. J. Williams of the Demo
crat force and Miss Mary Smith a
popular young lady of Hickman
were quietly married at the home of
Squire Sacra. The Squire perform
ing the ceremony. The many friends
of Mr. and Mrs, Williams will join
us in wishing them a long and hap.
py married life. Union City Commercial.
Mardi Gras, Feb. 23.
Opera House, Tuesday night; "
Gasoline at the Courier Office.
Mrs. J. H. Nelson is on the sick
Motion pictures every night at the
Jim Somers spent Tuesday and
Wednesday here. -
Clay Lewis, of Cairo, was" Here
last week on business.
Ira Green- went to St. Louis Sun
day night on business.
The Courier can find a buyer for
your real estate. See us.
W. G. Dornan spent Sunday in
Dyersburg with home folks.
Fred Bradley, of Cairo, spent
Sunday in the city with friends.
FOR RENT Office, front room
over new barber shop. Apply to C.
D. W. S. Amberg orders his Cour
ier changed from Chicago to Phoe
The Embroidery Club will ,be en
tertained Friday afternoon by Mrs.
A. A. Fan's.
George Clint, son of J. C. Ellison
and wife, is quite sick. He has re
Mrs. Jewel Easley Shanker, of
New Madrid, died this week, and
was buried in Fulton.
Miss Annie Hill Eason, of Nash
ville, is the guest of her cousin,
Mrs. Joe L. Amberg.
Miss Bess Harper returned to
Union City Saturday after a short
visit to Miss Marine Brown.
WANTED Man of family to
work on farm. Steady work for the
right man. Apply to The Couier.
I have a fine red Durham bull
which I will stand at SI.00, cash
with service. M. A. McDaniel. 2p
"The Lost Bride,' wilt be given
at the opera house next Tuseday
night. Nearly forty people in the
FOR SALE Good mare ; 16-hand
mule ; young, registered saddle and
harness horse. Apply to T. T,
Mr. Elklns, Insurance man, and
little daughter, Pocahontas, of
Wickliffe, Ky., are the guests of Ed
Allen and wife.
The Lost Bride, a five act pan
tomlme will be given by the ladles
of the Episcopal Church next Tues
day night. This has been given in
a number of places and always to
full houses. No one who loves to
see beautiful stage effects should
fail to see this.
The ladles of the Embroidery
Club were delightfully entertained
Friday afternoon, from 2 ',30 to 5
o'clock by Mrs. W. C. Johnson, to
gether with a number of other
friends. A delightful afternoon was
spent over the embroideries, and
other interesting features. A salad
course was served.
Tuesday afternoon, from 2 .JO to
5 o'clock' the ladies of the Euchre
Club were delightfully entertained
by Mrs. Porter Shumate. As the
guests arrived, they were served
Rex punch. There were six tables,
and the progressive games of five
hundred were played with much in
terest and enthusiasm. Besides the
club members, there were several
invited guests. The first prize, a
belt buckle, was won by Mrs. A. A.
Stone, and the guest prize, a cup
saucer, by Mrs. Clara Cowglll, The
booby, picture, was given to Mrs.
Will Ellison. Ice cream and cake
FIRST OF, ITS
EXPERIMENT IN PHILADELPHIA
BEARS ON HELP PROBLEM,
Heat, Light snd Power Will B Sup.
piled to Nlntty-ttven Dwelling!
Being Erected by the
rhlUdplphlft. Ooprrattt house
keeping on a Urgo sculp- Is to be Inatl
tutntl on the completion of the 'it two
story houses which the Cllrertl stat
It biillilliiK mi lha squares which cen
ter at eighteenth ml 1'orter streets
At a part of tlio operation a Isrio
powerhouse, costing $115,000. Ii be
ing erected at the southwestern end of
the tract, near Twentieth and Oregon
etreeti. and from thta plant all thn
houses now being put up by the eitata
wilt be iiipplled with heat, light and
Not only will thla servlca be ren
dered with unuiual economy! but It ti
expected to minimise) the work ot
house servants, doing away with light
lug and care of fires, removal of
axhe and Incident duties.
This la probably the flrat Instance
In the Vnltett Htatee where, inch serv
Ice has been planned for detached two
story bouses. Such .a system la only
possible where the entire group of
bouses supplied Is under one manage
ment, as the expense of maintenance
could not be counted on It the houses
were occupied by individual owners.
Under this plan It la estimated that
heat, light and hot water can be pro
Tided at an average expense of $8 to
$10 a month for each household, eY
lug only unsolved the problem of cook
lug, for which gaa stores are now com
monly preferred. The task of supply,
lag hot water to the houtes caused the
Olrard estate much study, but was met
by an Independent system of ples.
Kur those who with to operate sew
ing machines or washing machines by
electricity power rsu alio be supplied
from the central plant, and further ex
tensions of the modern community
I din aro planned If the first conveni
ences shall prove successful.
Vbll providing a common house,
hold service, the Olrard estate has
made a departure In two-story-houso
operstlons In this city by Introducing
varied art designs In the new houses
downtown and not bulldlntf ilim ac
cording to a tingle design.
The variety of effects. Including col
onial, Romanesque and Queen Anne
styles, make an unusutlly picturesque
grouping for the snialUr class of resi
dences, and when to thta Is added a
small but attractive park at the north
western angle ot the tract", upon the
site of Stephen Qlrard'a old country
home, the combination la regarded as
likely to have a far-reaching Influence
In providing attractive homes In the
Nashville. Ind. It Is not uncommon
for hogs to catch chickens and other
fowls, but It Is seldom hogs catch rab
bits. William Stephens, a well to-do
farmer west of Delraont while In his
barnyard the other evening, noticed
two rabbits going through the fence
Into the hog pen, where the hogs were
eating. Seeing a chance for rabbit
pie he got his shotgun, but when he
returned to the yard he found tho
hogs tearing one rabbit to pieces. The
other had Just been caught as It waa
attempting to go through the feuc.
D. Owens, the handsome local
manager of the Cumberland Tele
phone Co., and The Hickman
Courier management have concocted
a conspiracy by which we hope to
hobswobble the government and the
telephone company out of the daily
U. S. Weather Reports, which, In
the event we are' successful, will be
displayed by weather signals, or
flags, from a flag-staff on top of the
Courier office or better known as
the "Temple of Truth." If we
land this proposition, the next thing
in order will be a river guage. And
This is a bad time of the
'year to neglect either a 'cold
or cough. A cold easily leads
into other and often more se
sious diseases. You ean easily
cure any cough with
Nature's great cufe for
Cough, broncheal hoarseness
or cold on the lungs,
Helm & Ellison
For want of Medicines
When it is no easy to
TELEPHONE NO. )
We are always ready to start a
boy with your order. We gel
our prescriptions and sick room
needs ahead of everything.
HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY
"First Aid to the Sick"
The News Wanted.
The Courier wants all the news
of the county. If any of our friend
know of deaths, births, accidents
marriages, protracted meetings
serious sickness, friends visiting
from other counties or friends from
home visiting in other counties, or
anything that would prove of interest
to Courier readers, they are urgent
ly requisled to telephone it to The
Courier If they have a telephone, or
wiite it if they have no telephone
The Courier aims to publish every
thing that Is worth printing, and if
the readers will assist in small way,
there wilt be no local happening In
the county that will not be found in
the columns of Tne Courier from
week to week. The Courier wants
all the news. Do the patrons o
the Courier want the paper to have
We are glad to -notice our city
forcing to the front in the matter of
arc lights. Lights have been plac
ed on the following crossings t
Another Cash In-Advance,
The Todd County Times, publish
ed at Elkton, Ky., has decided to
adopt the Cash-in Advance and
Stop-when-the-Time-is-Out policy on
all subscriptions, to go into effect on
In annoucclng the new plan, the
editors giver a number of good rea
son, any one of which justify them
in making the change.
It will only be a question of time
when every newspaper in Kentucky
will be on the cashtin-advance plan
The Conrier adopted this plan the
first of the year, and all we have
asked about it say it is the only
Mr. Taft, who will be president
after March 4, prefers an nutomo
bile to horses and carriages,
and intimated to Congress that he
would like for some provision to be
made for furnishing the President
with an automobile. The House
voted an appropriation of f 13,000
for this purpose but the Senate com
mittee Thursday struck out this
Item from the urgent deficiency bill.
Possibly the Senate committee thinks
it would be conducive to the health
of a man of Mr. Taft's avoirdupois
Circuit Court will convene here
Monday and the docket shows 43
old commonwealth cases and 10 ap
pearances, 18 old common law cases
and 27 appearances ; 33 old equity
cases and 1$ appearances; 14 old
divorce cases and 10 appearances.
In two of the most interesting com
mon law cases service on the de
fendants was not obtained in time
for trial this court. Both are dam
age suits, one of them for breach of
promise to marry, Clinton Gazette.
Just now the shop
with beautiful at ,
in paper valentine
will ask "who wa
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presbyter. lie was
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to his memory near
Palatine Hill, when
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had suckled Rom.
centuries before ( -was
a celebration ,
the wolf'1 in honcr
mother of twin I .
and of the gods, Pa i
martyrdom of Vale
the day before the I
val, and the proxi- "
to the place made
rites of festival i
made It easy forth- k
apart St. Valentin." i
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Francis de Sales, lei r
piety among the y
the names of sa.r.'
the girls In tne
stead of drawing ' -sweetheart
young man drew tt a
whose life he was i
the next twelve r..
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but it was never c -extent
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