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Docs not Color the Hair
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S"'hJ',i 'J""?- nM J1"1 r,i' dJni(T and
f.lHflS hlr, turet inhti and tnipMont of
Gh-tarln. Soothing, htalln. Jood la Iht halrbulba.
QnMil, A tlron Ionic, tnllwpllc, tllmuUnl,
Swflwt CMorW. Ckanilns. quklt IrtlUtlon of Kiln.
Caetkvm. Inrrftwt activity of ihnJt.
Sat. SHmiiUnt, Ionic OnmeitimmfJfofMelinwrtt.
Akehel. Stimulant, antlttptk. Water, frrfum.
(hi. formu a to vour , Joclor. A.k him I (here li a single Injurloui fnRrrdlrnt.
Skim If he thlnfc Aver lllr VIor, as made from tl.lt formula, I, the belt prepa
Ln ou couU ue for falling hair, or for dandruff. Ut him decide. He knowi
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rr,djr bs Arbor uny, now many .Miu Inn Hoyor, of No. 8 Wand,
did jm pianw ion anturdsy for Jlowllng Oreon, Ky
io attend school.
Ktti l.uliock and Matt, of Ulu
. . n Hickman on Liunlnona.
i n the children drink all tho PEP.
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Try that now coffoo "Kvcrybodyi
t if it duui i!enio you. yuur won
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Titrf.u carload of hoop a, two
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..... i.,.iiipii hv litsiiriitirit
Tie r.t. ::. iiiatlon of McCreary for
i v ( r In tnra Inn Umilfl IrisMif-n
. nr'itn of tho null Hlalo tlcki-t
UT I IlUdHUliU llttljUlK, MI'1UVU
. II . It .hi IIIJHIt lltUtMll'a . I ilia
hin the children come home from
poll their appetite for (upper.
Tit ail, i Itvcord, speaking of Hal-
c.'3 an hour, will plunge Into
Uui of IIallc a eumi't, close to
ink of It Nnw. ulint In ilu.
:..' 0 3 70 When ttili amount
rtin Li Illg.Ooo lh,i lummy iltm
toomon schools st-rvlco for Febru-
ul bp paid Htnto Auditor James
iikji year, juno 30, at Jl.ooo.ooo.
n U.t...lu 1 1 ..a .11
iu ; guuu OI.UUUI, i4fJb ail
lie arrocd Sunday School. At
i 'be paitor. Kcv. 0. NW WU-
U nriach Ilia nrmnti ulll lm
The Mvlnlty of Curlat," ono of a
iri nr tr rm.mi ... 11.1. .,i.i.,.i
- vmiuiib uil UilR lUUK'Cl ilU
prrKhni: on Sundnv mornlneii. At
P t: in- ulll prrach a KOtfpol
Riiiiici a uiii unvii
ttrtst lie hnrn' Hint alt uhn rnn I
fpt ttlA Pront.it Unnnttt I
Jaa. 0. Mooro, ago 7r,, a well known
cltUfti of Hickman county, died at
inn homo at Clinton, Tliuradny.
Mra. J. II. HiiKsell and dnushtor, C.
i'ii, of tlrponvlllu, Minn., aro visit
Iiir lllckiuaii relative mid friend.
JudKti Taylor, of Kulton. ffnrd Clar
enco Klllott $100 mid 25 dnya In Jnll
for boolk'KKltiB, Hnturdny.
invective and abuse, aalth tin-
doughty Col. Wattcrson, aro no cood
llowiivfr, Ifa alwnys pennlsiilblo to
call n i'rohlbltlonlHt a thlof, a doiiRh
faco and a dauiphool.
It was n-ported In local political
circle that Senator Mlko Taylor, of
lulton, will In nil probability, stand
for re-election to that high position
u statu legislation. Mayfleld Messen
County Attorney McClaln. of Hen
do r son county, has taken the position
that all pnupera must bo sent to tho
poorhouse. Ilo says ho finds no law
for supporting paupers outside of thu
About tho toughest proposition thnt
confronts tho census enumerators Is
In securing thu ago of tho old maids
of thu country. Hut as theru aro out
a few of them now In Hickman, llttlo
trouble will bo experienced by tho
Tho McDowell boarding house at
Kulton, was destroyed by flro Tliurs
day morning at 1 o'clock. Loss about
$4,000 with $3,600 Insurance. Kulton
lost two "hash foundries" last week
this and the Dennett Hotel which
should bring thu number down about
Judge It. U. Stout in tho Circuit
Court at Frankfort created a sensa
tlon by giving explicit Instructions to
thu grand Jury to make a full and
completo Investigation of tho charges
of bribery niudo against members of
the Legislature, recently In session.
Ilu 'old thu jury Uiat there was but
onu man more contemptible than a
legislator who sold out his neigh
bors and frleuds by taking a brlbo
to voto against their Interests, and
thnt Is thu man who gives tho brlbo.
There's Pleasure in Owning a
THERE'S an infinite charm in taking and preterv
ing the picture of the scenes and folks you love.
Spring scenes are prettiest Your collection of
P'dures will also, in after years, prove a treasure
ur travels, your outing parties, home scenes they
all change, but the pictures will not. You would
J part with one of them for the price of ten Kodaks
Why not rot ' NAU7 Vn.. :. u,n.'i:nCT (n Vr.M
O w , 4 I uui o 10 iibiw nnimiB w jwm
"ftny ptice you want,
$1, $2, $3, $4, $8, $9 $12, $20
Anybody can make pictures with a Kodak. Let us
now you our collection of Hickman scenes, made by
jnateurs. You can make them just as good. We
o carry all necessary supplies, and will finish your
P'ures if you do not care to do so. Get your Kodak
week so that you can use it next Sunday.
HELM & ELLISON
1111, Itiou bllthraome plnnr.r
Iluiilnm: forth thy .onir of clinr! '
Wbmci art tliou this early day?
What ! snt thee hltherT Bay,
Ilt the sun's erTulsmt If ami
Knrt thy Ions:, Ions winter's dreamaT
lluis, and huit, and liuit thy lay
In th sunahlno nf tlin day.
Knowing- neither frtsht nor fear
nirfl Don't ram hi. on my earl
Ilo, thou brlng.at lummrr lime.
With Ita breei'a blent In rhyme.
With Ita lasy afternoons.
When the hone yaurkl aitoona
In the heat, and when the duik
Ilrtn. Ita breath nf mint and mutk
From the meadowlanda afar.
And A elncle filming .tap
Climbs above the aunaet alow
Followed by an army, alow.
Boft of tread that cllmha the height
Of t tin Velvet allle. nf nlh
And the erented petal clone
sim un t scamper on my noe
Hall, forerunner of the day
When the dnwn'a pale silver hate
Hieaka In radiant pink and peart
And the mlat prlte eweep and awlrtt
Till they pa the hllla of green
And the day cornea clear and clean!
Iluii, and buix, and buis thy chant
Where the aunbeam lie aIant
And each glinting- golden mote
Quiver aa a fatrr boat.
Jocund fly, what dont fhou seek
inn! Vou enn't walk on my cheekl
Thou Calumbut of thy race,
Klrit to sail this unknown tpace,
Dldt thou com on ntnlons wlft.
Or. bewildered, turn, and drift
Till thou foundeat thl haven here?
inn' confound you' Iavn my earl
Hun, and bins thy lierald-onr
Of the coming ummer throng
iiirr! I knew I'd et you there.
Walking where my calp I bare!
Dldat not know, O little nr.
On ray bald not thou wouldat diet
"I want you to go through town.'
says the charitable magnate to hti
secretary, "and find the very poorest
family here. I want to make a gift
to mat family, but I must be sure
that It Is absolutely the most pov
erty stricken we can And."
The secretary makes the necessary
Investigation, and returns discour
"Didn't you find any poor famlllosr
asked the philanthropist.
"Lots of them, sir. but I can't de
cide which is the poorest."
"Well. I find three families In
great destitution; each of them owns
IS dogs, and there Is one extra dog
that seems to make itself at home
with all three families. None of them
will claim the dog. It I could find
which one really owns thnt extra dog
It would be simple to decide which la
In the Future.
A few centuries from now, some
really wealthy man will sit him down
and plan the disposition of his for
He will donate the tropics to hu
manity as a winter resort, and give
orders that the annual Ice crop of the
north and south polar regions shall be
served free on Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdaya to the poor.
One or two continents will be
stocked and planted as great public
parks, while a fleet of airships will be
placed at the disposal of the publlo
eye',7 other week.
Ills flock of captive comets wtll be
furnished free each year for Fourth
of July celebrations, and he will order
that the moon be placed on public
view one week in the month.
The spirit of brotherhood will be
shown to be still altve In the hearts
of men, and everybody will be made
Our friend, the Inventor, Is telling
with pardonable pride of his auccesg
In getting up a new washing machine,
a contrivance for washing dishes, an
other for cleaning windows and still
another for scrubbing floors.
'Good," we say "Now go ahead and
Invent something that will wash a
boy's face as often as It needs wash
ing, aud your fortune la assured."
'I can't," he replies, sadly. "There
Isn't any way to combine the dish
washer, clothes washer, window
cleaner and floor scrubber."
DEVICE FOR SIFTING ASHES
Heeae-Msde Contrivance Is Easily Put
Together and at Vtry 8mall Ex
penditure of Money.
A dustlcss ash sifter can be made
at very small expenditure of money
by following the lines of the accom
panying drawing, writes J. A. Hrophy
In Rclentlflo American. Make a box
A shaped as shown about two feet
high, two feet long, and ten Inches
high at Its lowest part. The box
should be of such a width as to fit a
square hole In a base board B. Make
the base board square to fit over top
of an nsh can and cut a square hole
In the base board of such a size aa to
be entirely within the diameter of
ash can. Nail the base board to the
bottom of the Jjox.
'Then make a frame O of 1-Inch
wide stock, 1 Inch narrower than the
Inside width of box and 1 Inch short
er than tho Inside length of the box.
Bore a U-lnch hole In the center of
one end of this frame and cover the
frame with H-lnch mesh galvanised
netting. Inclose three aides of this
frame with thin board about 6 Inches
high, tapering the two sides, as shown.
-jonn, wnai no you minx little
Kosle saysT She says she doesn't
wnn In an nlcknlcklna ona hit H
tll nul a .lurnv Hid reMm!ila m 1
matters of taste."
Albert Noouou, tho 7-year-old son
of Jailer Noonon, wou fourth prlzo
Inst week In a contest suggesting a
name for a purk boat There were-
1131 contestants. Master Noonon Is
at Euelowood, Colo., aUendlug achool.
Sectional View of Sifter.
(and leaving the discharge end open,
wnicb should be hinged to front end
of box with two 2x2 Inch binges. Put
a piece of rope through a bole In the
upper end of frame and fasten It on
top so that It will not pull out.
The box Is now ready for the top
which has a hinged door D, aa shown,
On top of box place a pulley and run
tho rope through the hole In the top
of the box and over the pulley wheel.
The end of the rope may have a large
ring attached to It aa shown.
This arrangement will allow the
sifting frame to be swung up and
down, Jarring the frame every time
It strikes the block I fastened to rear
of the box.
Over the opening In front of box
fasten a bag-shaped cloth to guide the
clinkers to a suitable receptacle and
prevent dust from rising.
This sifter has proved very clean
and does not require a aecond shovel
ing of sifted ashes.
STARTING A STUBBORN SCREW
Heat Applied to Metal Causes Expan
sion and When Cooled la Easily
Lota of folks hare tried to remove
a stubborn screw from a piece of
wood, a acrew that won't budge at all,
and bare in the end given it up aa a
bad Job. Well, if such a thing occurs
again don't lose your temper or exert
yourself, but try thta recipe for re
moving the screw:
Heat a poker red hot, and then hold
it agalnat the'screw head for a little
while, wait a few minutes for the
screw to cool down, when It will be
found that the screw can be removed
quite easily with the same screw driv
er that Just previously would not per
form the work. The explanation Is
The red hot poker heats the screw,
the screw expands and makes the hole
It la In Just a wee bit bigger. The
crew then coels down and resumes
Its original site, leaving the hole In
the wood a else too large and there
HOUSES MADE OF ASBESTOS
Material Made Use of In Australia to
Construct Dwellings, Is Fire and
Many houses are now being built
In different part of Australia of as
bestos material, says Popular Mechan
ics. The material la made in sheets
for walling and in tiles or alates for
roofing. It la not only fireproof, but
Impervious to water, unaffeoted by
neat or cold, and of high Insulating
Fire and Waterproof.
properties. Still another favorable
feature Is the fact that It ts not at
tacked by white ants or other Insects
that abound in southern countries.
New German Horseshoe,
A new German horseshoe, designed
to prevent slipping on aahpalt and
wood-block pavements, has a counter
sunk groove, In which Is Inserted t
piece of hemp rope. The rope eai
be readily replaced, and as It alone
cornea Into contact with the slippery
pavement, the horse secures a very
sure footing. Consul den. It. P. Skin
ner reports that the shoe Is making
considerable headway la Hamburg.
Cotton, the pluiubur. Phono 65.
When you make up your mind to do some
painting remember that it costs as much to put
on an inferior paint as it does standard brands.
OOK INTO' 1
You'll get good quality with greatest covering
capacity, the greatest durability, and therefore
the greatest economy, because B. P. S. Paints
are-resonably priced. Sold only by
HELM & ELLISON
IT IS THE PURPOSE
OF THE OFFICERS
of THIS BANK to encourage sane living and
conservative investment; to assist our customers
with advice and aid them to get ahead in the
world; to extend such needful help as is consis
tent with safe, sound banking ; to be of use and
materially aid in the upbuilding of our town and
community to this end we offer to the public
our expeience in financial affairs, the facilities
and services of a strong, carefully managed bank
We shall be glad to have YOUR name on our
THE HICKMAN BANK
Capital and Surplus, $65, 000.00
Best In Town
That's saying a whole lot, but
no other phrase describes our
ICE BOXES and REFRIGER
ATORS. Also they are the
cheapest. If you don't believe
it call and see them, and then
compare the prices with those
St. Louis Furnishing Co.
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