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Hickman Will Entertain the Nation's Chief Executive Next Tuesday. Make Arrangements to be With Us
THE HICKMAN COURIER.
A BLUK MARK HIRE
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to jb nllrr thin month
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HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909.
WHOLE HO. Ji'tTO
ESTABLISHED IS THE TEAK INBlrf
WHAT OTHERS SAY'
Richmond & Bond Co.,'
I have been feeding your Cotton Seed
Meal and Hull for two yean to milch cows and find
it to be the best feed I have ever used, also the cheap
en, It increases the flow of milk and keeps the
cows in fine condition. Am fully satisfied with your
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls.
Mrs. L D. Threlkeld.
She Got What
Wi m" taM Mrs. umaarun,
Ell DO J OU ' tilll av V wJ
i. I-V St.. UrtlikP.la
BriCBT CIIUL uru iud a itnm
Ur onmarn lowered fall paper an
IUtt kc tald, "Why, I nuppete
a lot of foolUh conTersaUon, ai
l nun what will wo hare to eat.
Vn nilmartln ilrrW and Wttex4
W1nt U there to worrr about?" de-
idem nmr nnininn innirinv nrmr a nam
oi u. piper in lurprue. "I ssp-
lit pr'thards eat about the
itw law much difference the few
en bad a bite with them."
Mei Mch ie returned to the
1 it with )ou wouldn't put every-
Httl ihirply, "you're aa much cob
I Is, tfcli I am or you would
u rw cad anr Drlde about tou!"
Her htubind glanced at ber In
Jimiat OTf r hli Diner one Binrn.
Wlt oa earth U the matter with
iuu vausa, mm si
--.w ftUiuft io uto uiu Taxi lO
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wjm Tior wrucn
renect bla frame of
OUmirtla held ud her work
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. uaaenun.' anna,
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iu actual food I'm worry
I a Remedy for ml
tlnn of the liyes.
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VU MEDICINE CO.. KiiuH.'hi.
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tANEEIt DRUG STOKE
In about," ake went oa, "a&d
wbetfaer It will be, aa you lay, good
souch for thtm. That's tllly. Dut
It's the eteeUoa of a little menu for
a Mrthdar party and the Uble-decora-tUn
aad the U(hU and aad erery.
thlaf." ahe added. "Mrs. Prltehard
eaya h' the little thlnga that thow
the clever botMekeeper.1
There wae alienee for a few mo
saenU. Thea bla wife ventured a
"Creamed syiUra are" alee," ahe
"Um huas," breathed tbe head of the
fcettee absently. "What waa thatT" he
demanded, tarsiac euddenlr. "I dlda't
"I eald creamed eyatera are alee,"
repeated Mra. Ollmartla.
"Sural Of eearee they arel" he de
clared with MUuetaas. "All right.
Xet'a bay creamed oyiten," and he
delred into the eteek .market, satiated
that there were Be mere vexing do
rseitlc peebleeae to be aolred.
"Well, you doat lmajlue wa can
make a whole birthday aupper off
erraaed enter, do you?" demanded
Mr. 0 Urn aril a ladlraanUy. "There
tsuet be a let of other thing, thought
of. Mrs. rrttehard saya It's Just these
little aSalr that brine out real tact
and good taite."
"Oh, bother Mrs. Prltehard I"
"Why, Willi" eald hie wife mildly.
"I'm afraid yeu'ra out of sort this
events, and I did want to hare a
alee long Ulk about this little supper,
because so much depends on It. Aren't
you almost through with your paper?"
"I beg your pardon," said ber hus
band, oontrltely, laying down his pa
per. "I didn't meaa to be cross. Now
what will we have after the creamed
"I suppoee a chicken salad or some
thing Ilka that would be all right,"
said Mrs. atlmarUa, rather doubtfully,
"and we ought to have a stuffed to
mato although that . seems awfully
common and ordinary fer a birthday
party. You know, the Prltehard al
ways turn the whole thing over to
Kobbem, wke has that caterer's place
near them, whenever they have any
thing sort of formal a birthday or a
holiday party, like this, you know."
"What do we want of a caterer to
get up supper for four people?" de
manded Mr. ailmartln. "You can get
away with It la great shape with
Hilda to help you out"
"Oh. I didn't mean for us to get
Rebbem," she said. "I was Just tell
ing you how easy It le for them, Mrs.
Prltehard says It's absurd for people
to go to the eipenie of hiring a
eaterer for a small affair unless they
hare plenty of money."
Mr. OllmarUn stood up and took a
turn aeros the floor.
"Oh, she does, does she?" he said,
deaaatly. "Ia that so? Well, you Just
go ever to Kobbem' tomorrow and
put the whole thing la bla hand and
quit worrying. I gueaa we can ataad
(or U about aa easily as Al Prltehard
Mrs. QllmarUa dropped her sewing
te the floor with a delightful little
squeal, ran around, the table, and
threw both arm around hie neck.
"0h, yeu old dear I" she cooed;
"that's Just what I wanted you to say
RURAL PHONE PATRONS.
The management of (he Hickman
Independent Home Telephone Co.,
wishes to announce that they are
now ready to make connection with
all country line on cither side of
Hlekana. The company furnishes all
equipment in the city and oonneeU
with your line at the limits for S15
per Mae and charges 7Ee u month fof
their exchange servteo. See A, w.
m ..amaaammmawaam m 0
"And upon them came the curse of Jotham the
son of Jerubbaal." The Book of Judges, flJ7.
And thus have you lied, and so have you lied,
And thus have you wrought me wrong
And I curse you now by the truth denied
That shall cut like a hissing thong;
By the hope you crushed, by the faith you
By the grief that you rendered worse,
It shall drift in your eyes in the altar smoke
Till you cower beneath my curse.
I have dreamed of this In the darkened days
And brooded in wrath at night,
I have fought with your lies in the gloomy
When wrestling to gain my right ;
With a curse that Is keen as a serpent's tooth
I swear you shall bend to me
As deathless and great as the sleepless truth
This curse that I make shall be.
Though a man go down to the house of death
Revenge is a living thing
That will pulse its way as an outblown breath
Where the stars In their courses swing,
That will follow far past the dying suns
Through the orbits devised of old
Till it reach the place of the faithless ones
Where the planets have long grown cold.
And thus haveyou lied, and so have you lied
My spirit.can bide and wait
With the faith.you broke and the truth denied
Till It find you before the gate.
And there in the glow of a light sublime
xln a vast, eternal place
I shall tear all the truth from the page of time
And shall fling It against your face.
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The Hickman Courier
- EXCLUSIVE IOCAI AGJSNTS -
FOR-THIS EXCLUSIVE, LINE.-
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H. T. Beale, Notary Public, at W.
A. Dodds' Lumber Office.
Don't tako any substitutes ask for
"Sansparlel" Flour beet on the mar
FOR RENT: My building, now
occupied by Ellison Bros., Jan. 1 it.
W, A. Dodds. 18o
J. J. Cruce, the only cotton planter
in the Cnyce neighborhood, market
ed soino fine cotton hero Friday.
Hon. W, E. Jones, tho ltcpubllcun
candidato for Heprcsentatlvo from
this district, wo ovor from Moscow,
Saturday. Not a better fellow In tho
ranks of that party for the place
but their chances are so ullui,
lilekman has opened thr-o now nd
dltlona Honry Addition, Southern,
Heights and Dond's Addition In tho
past two months, and thoy nro al
most all that could be aeked in tho
way of diversity of loeatlou and price
Well, they were not opened any too
Where Do You Keep Your
Will and Valuable Papers?
After one ha9 exercised due prudence and
care in makinghis will, as every .property owner
should, and in selecting his executor so that his
requests will be carefully and strictly carried
through, the important question is a place to
As there is always more or less danger in
leaving a will or other valuable papers around the
. house why not store yours in our fire-proof vault
where it will be absolutely safe there is no charge
for this service at
HICKMAN B ATsTK
OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY.
Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00
HOME INDUSTRY DAY
ONE METHOD OF STIMULATING.
IN THE LOCAL MANUFACTURES
Moving pictures every night at the
Second hand furulturo bought at
Ulckman Job Shop.
We nro glad to bco County Clork
S, T. Ilopcr out again. Ho had qulto
a spell of typhoid Jovor.
Thoro I no truth In tho report
that I'rea. Taft and party may cut
out Hickman and Cairo on bis river
trip. It Is truo that ho was peti
tioned to luftko a change In tho Iti
nerary, but refused to do so.
All parties Boldiuf claims against
tho estate of Mrs. Mlttle King, de
ceased, are horoby notified to present
same at once for allowance. For
convenience, they may be left at the
store of Nalfeh Bros., in Hickman, or
mall to the undersigned. B, L. King,
Adtnr., Union City, Tonn., It F. D.
Watch tho dato stamped on yaur
Courier beside your name. If you do
not want tho paper to stop. For lu
stancet "INovD" means that your
paper will bo discontinued after No
vember 1, 1909. Our mailing clerk;
has positive Instructions to stop all
papers which are not renewed before
their expiration, Wo do not force
this paper on anyone.
Education of the People to Patronise
Home Products and Better Appre
ciate the Importance of Their
During late years numerous days
hare been set aside for celebrating
certain events. Years ago Arbor day
was Inaugurated, One of the latest
days to be Inaugurated Is Mothers'
day. -It would seem that It Is only
fltUng that there ehould be a Home
Des Moines, la., has Inaugurated
what Is called a Factory day. On this
day schools and retail business houses
are closed and the populace go from
factory to factory and view the vari
ous processes of manufacturing goods
and learn much of the Industry of the
city. In Omaha recently, members of
, tbe Commercial club have been de
voting one day la the month to vis
iting manufacturing plants.
These plans are most excellent for
educating the people as to the re
sources of their communities. A Home
Industry day would no doubt be the
means of better acquainting the peo
ple of each town with the resources'
of each particular place and would
open up avenues little considered and
aUmulate tbe establishment of new en
terprises. The most good perhaps
would result from the tact that the
people of each community would learn
of the products of their home place
and better realize how great the ad
vantage would be to utilize those prod
ucts Instead of using manufactures
from other places. A Home Industry
Jay should not be for the business or
tbe professional people, but should
be a day In which all residents, men,
women and children, could participate
and all become acquainted with the
varied resources of the place. The
school children would find a visit to
the different factories helpful to them,
give them a practical idea of how dif
ferent articles are made and broaden
their views as to buslpess methods.
Home Industry day can be Inau
gurated -In any town by the clUzens
making a united effort. In fact, each
state could by legislative enactment
set aside such a day with great bene
fit to tbe state and Its people, and the
establishment of Home Industry day '
might moan the saving of millions of
dollars annually to the state. This day
could be made one of real pleasure,
as well as a day of education and uni
versal profit. Refreshments could be I
serred by enterprising manufacturers,
and other entertainment In the way of
music, etc., could be utilized In ma
king It a day long to be remembered.
D. M. CARR.
Keep the Store Clean.
It is a well-known fact that In manu
facturing concerns cleau surrouodrogs
tend to a higher standard of workman
ship among the employes. If this Is
true of a factory which Is usually
hidden away from the public gaze,
what must be the moral effect of
clean surrounding la a retail store
which has to depend upon the public
for Ita welfare? It neatness In the
store and display window Is attrac
tive, elegance must be decidedly allur
ing. That this latter Is a fact Is
proven by the elegant stores of many
twenUeth century dealers who have
takes advantage ot the DopuLar de-i
Hickman Furniture Co.
Tlwphon No, SO
aaand for cheerful surrounding to In
corporate Into their places ot business
a tone of elegance which would have
, been tbe wonder of tradesmen of 30
years ago, the majority of, whom be
1 Ilered that a store should consist of a
. few counters and shelve and a stock
(of goods. The growing tendency ot
'the Ume, especially la the cities. Is
'one that demands modem methods.
(And In adopUng these methods It Is
, but natural that the window should
receive the first share of attenUon, as
. It Is a magnet, having power to con-
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Tort uio lnaiucrouL (juuiiu iuw mn-
ested customers. What holds good ia
the oHiea as to neatness and cleanli
ness, also holds good In the small
town. The storekeeper whose place
is untidy cannot expect to make a
great success. Country people abhor
dirt and slovenly habits about a store
aa do the city folk.
This is to noUfy the public that
hereafter I shall not be rseponslble
for any debts or other obligaUons that
may be contracted by my son, George
Reeves, who lsa minor. E. E. Reeves,
Hickman, Ky. 17-4p
Thirsty? REO Is wha' you need.
Womea auffertaf from head
ache, backache, pala Inside, or
aarrouaneaa, cr any othar all.
BMat reauHljw from famala
trouble, should get Cardul and
um K regularly. Cardul baa
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ladles, to rail eve female weak
Bess, by natortog to baaltb
tee v k Toaaaah otfiM.
Mm. P. S. Mis, Murietta,
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(kmrnaUoo. I poaltlvaly be
keva 1 vould have died, bad
It aot been for CarduL Whan
I began taking It, I could not
stand cemy feat After tak
ing tvo bottles, I wae cured.
sm I nov weigh 165 pound."
Try Cardul ttvillbalpyou.