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THE HICKMAN COURIFR
"Covtfs Wtrtcrn Ktntackt UktthfOeo"
SPEER & SEXTON, PUBLISHERS
Subscription Rate $1.00 per Year
THREE-PEN POULTRY HOUSE
Arrangement Shown In Illustration
Qlvei Large Amount of Yard
Spice for Chicken.
The Illustration stows a very use
ful poultry bouse for three pens of
fowls, with yards arranged for the
same number. The house Is 80x30 feot
and will accommodate 100 fowls. The
hallway takes but little room out of
the Interior and yet It communicatee
with all throo pens. The Inside dl
Ttslons are of wire Dotting;, allowing
the sunshine that enters at one side
of the house to fall Into the pens;
but the house should be so located
that three sides may receive mora-
A Three-Pen Poultry House.
fas;, noon and afternoon sun. The
plan Is followed, according to Orange
Judd Farmer, for dividing the yard
outside as for dividing tho space In
aide the house. This gives a lorga
asaount of yard space, with yards con
veniently located. This building Is
shingled all over the outside, with the
heaviest building paper under the
shingles, and may either be sheathed
or lathed and plastered Inside.
The flock of pure-bred fowls more
than pays the expenses Incurred In
Now la aa good a time aa you can.
select to give the henhouse a thois
)eufB cleaning anddlslnfecSon.
' Ducks are nervous creatures and
wfll often lose much flesh on aocount
ef their nervousness at night.
J Keep sharp gravel within reach of
the young at all times. Charcoal, too,
la beneficial, and oyster-shells are rel-
Once a week pour enough ooal-oll
,U the drinking water to form a scum
over the top. It Is a good roup pre
X carefully made, roomy nest of hay
with a sod or grass bottom forms. In
my estimation, the best kind of nest
The open range Is best for young
ffojrlrikOTr hut thar mtmt tint fin altnwA4
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during a shower or before the
K an abundance of good sharp grit
constantly on hand the many all
ots that spring from Indigestion
Never allow a draft to blow over
una; turkeys; cover their windows
poultry nettlngr then muslin, un-
rrr severe weather aatn.ln
Hard-boiled eggs, stale bresdsoaked
aweet mm ana squeezed until It
crumbly, and sour milk curd a
quite dry, are the recognized
reeds for the young until they are old
enough to eat wheat.
In an experimental way eggs have
hatched In bee hives by a New
Jersey farmer, who found that the In-
lor of the hives was Just the right
Most of the time when a man acta
Across, he is thinking of business.
Real love means . forgetf ulness of
elf, and thought for the one beloved.
Cultivate faith rather than 'suspi
cion and you will have a better time
A quarrel between grown people Is
always a subject for Jest and Inugh-
ter among those who look on.
Just remember, the little children
that are clustering 'round about are
pattering after you. Make good copy.
Ton mark yourself with tho stamp
ef, ignorance when you doclare any
thlag you do not understand or bo
.Here in is worthless.
The only one more bashful than a
boy when he begins to Up his hat to
'the ladles, is a girl when she goes
st with her first beau.
Sometimes it seema to me that sav-
beasts are better to their kind
human beings are to one an-
Jae Joaea said to me: Tve took
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iHOtlee that the human critter who
(thanks he's always in the right' la the
ikamaa critter who most always is in
Chaa. McNeil was In Union City
Monday, on business.
Doa't forget we fcave the best line
'of matreavea. Hickman Furniture Co
Hickman Courier and. Commercial
Courier Want Column
UATKS-OiieUeutprWortl pr Week
Casli !u Advance.
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FOR SALE: A few caolio lots In
Rogers Addition. For particulars In
aire at this office.
FOR SALE: Three good house
and lots, well located in West Hick
man. Almost new. Will sell cheap
and on reasonable terms. F. M. Pro
FOR SALE: Seven houses and lots
whole bunch for $3500; or places will
bo sold separate. All of these
houses are occupied and paying good
rent. This section of town Is com
ing fast, and East Hickman property
will be a good Investment. Inquire
at Courier office.
The Kentucky Club's new quarters
nro all finished with exception of pol
ishing the hard wood floor of the ball
room. Their new furniture is here,
and the club will likely "get moved"
by the last of tho week, and Its for
mal opening will take placo in a short
tlmo. Wo understand the ladles con
nected with this organization are
planning a miscellaneous shower for
the purrposc of adding those finish
ing touches to the Interior which on
ly the ladles can do.
Somn nf h nnUftn vLltnr. n.
tending tho Wllson-Cheshlro wddlng I
were Mrs. McConn and daughters.
Misses Ruth and Carrie, Mrs. L. M.
Hobs on, MIsb Margaret Sandera, Mrs.
Emma McKeel, of Mayflold; Mrs.
Tarpley nnd daughter, Miss Mary, of
Nasnvillc; Mrs. M. E. Anderson ,of
Morgantown, W. Va; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Leech, Nashville; Joo Morgan,
Jr., Nashville. v
Knoo-lengths nnd sleeveless were
not altogether comfortablo at alx o'
clock this morning- Tho mercury
has dropped several degrees and tho
change lit tempcraturo Is welcome.
T. P. Helllngs, father of Mrs. II.
Stberell, Is expected to arrive horo
tomorrow to visit his daughter. His
home Is at Lucy, Iowa, and he Is 82
Lemon Biscuit Squares
Sponge Lady Fingers
Dainty Marsh Mallows
The daintiest and most delicious little cake you
put in your mouth. Put up in bulk, so you can
any quantity. Try 5c or 10c worth.
We have in stock the following varieties of flower
bulbs, which we offer at very low prices.
Narcissus and Hyacinths, several kinds.
Freesias, Jonquils, Crocus and Easter Lillies. ,
LITTLE ONE AT REST.
Lois, tho Uttlo fourteen months and
own days old daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Jesso McNeil, residing near
town, died Monday after a brief Ill
ness, and was laid to rest at Poplar
Grove Tuesday ovenlng. A large
number of relatives and friends at
tended tho funeral. Weep not, father
and mother your losu Is heaven's
Books Some Good Shows.
More Good Ones to Follow.
Nov. 1G, Finnegan's Honeymoon.
Dec. 29, Peck's Dad Boy.
Jan. 3, A Bachelor's Honeymoon.
Jan 13, Thelma.
Jan. 15-16-17, The Yankee Doodle
Feb. 29, Human Hearts.
Mar. 19, The Girl and The Tramp.
Mar. 20. The Thief.
Tho Democrats of tho cast end of
the county have made arrangements
to havo Gov. McCreary speak at Ful
ton on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 11,
nnd extend a cordial Invitation to
citizens of Hickman and vicinity to
be with them on that dato. In all
probability this will be tho only point
in Fulton county that Gov. McCreary
will have tho opportunity of speaking
during this campaign and our people
"ou,u " luuuiBUivm oi iiua oyj.ur-
tn,tjr to hcar the "old war horao"
shower down on the opposition.
Joo Cantlllon returned to Hickman
Monday to spend tho winter. Mr.
Cantlllon has been very successful
with his Minneapolis club this sea
son, winning the pennant, besides
making a pot of money with the club.
He was accompanied homo by Rubo
Wnddell, who will probably apeud
tho winter hero. Other mombers of
tho club will probably winter here.
Weddings at Fulton Sunday: Wil
lie Cagla and Miss Ixva Hutcbons, of
May field; OrrvIIlo Taylor vlw Miss
Carrlo Thomas, of Wingo; W. L. Rob
erts and Mtas Cora Webb, of Pilot
Oak; Claude Wiley and Miss Queenle
.Dixon, of near May field; and E. W.
Sanderson and Miss Minnie Lylo, of
Cracker Meal -v
-Uneeda Biscuit ft
Five O'Clock Teas, and
James Campbell nnd Miss Pearl
Stone, two young ieoplo redding a
short distance from Hickman, drove
to Fulton Sunday aftoruoon, and were
united In marriage by Kq. It. T. MII -
Thuy arrived In Fulton about noon.
nnd aftor dinner at a local hotel,
hunted up the homo of the squire,
who proceeded to make good the Jiup
tlal knot. The marriage canto in the
way of a surprise to tho friends of
Both are popular in tho community
In which they reside.
Menke & Coleman's showboat, the
Hlppodrotnc pln)ed to a big hoUHU
here Tuesday night. In their Initial
performance at Hickman. "Tho King
of Knzam," a sldc-spllttlng comedy,
interspersed' with musical, acrobatic
and other specialties, was highly ap
preciated by about 98 per cent of tho
audlcnco. In fact, tho show Is as
good or better than anything on the
river this year. Messrs. Munko &
Coleman nro both young fellows, with
plenty of hustle In their make-up
and wo predict tho Hippodrome will
grow in popularity with each succeed
Two young men from Cayco Mes
srs. Owen and Hammons wero prin
cipals In a night session of pollco
court here last Tuesday ovenlng. One
of them created a disturbance on tho
show boat and the other was arraign
ed on charge of breach of the peace
They wero fined $11.50 each, which
they paid. Judge Item ley called his
court In scsbIou at 10:30 p. in. to
try theso cases.
C. L. Clark, who recently moved
horu from Oakton, has accepted a po
sition with Smith & Amberg, and In
vites all his old friends to call and
Grover West, John Morris, Harry
Fowler and Ernest Jordan, of Ful
ton, spent Sunday In Hickman.
R. B. Peebles, of St. Louis, was
the guest of his nephew, 10. W. Ad
Deeds Recorded with County
Clerk During Past Week.
L. W Elliott to W. U Elliott, land
(3. W. Burns to W. L. Elliott, IC
acres land, $882.00.
W. W. Meadows to Mrs. E. 11. Hi
dings, lot In Fulton, $2iU.
J no. taws to J. P. McDowell, lot
In Fulton, 11760.
Lou A. Reeds to Annlo L. WntHoti,
lot In Fulton, S10.
J. P. Taylor to I aim- Parbatn, lot
West Hickman $1660.
Z. T. Whitley to Tyler Harper, 10
acres land, J 1250.
Charlie Pealcr to C A. Holcombe,
lot West Hickman, $10.
Matt Johnson to C. A. Holconibo,
lot In West Hickman, $94.
Mary Jane Wilson to C. A. llol
combo, lot West Hickman, $300.
lllckmnn, Ky., Oct. 1, 1911.
I, 'Mrs. Minnie Williams, widow of
Lon Williams, dcccasod who dlod
September 21st, 1911, do hereby cer
tify thnt my husband, tho aforesaid
Lou Williams, took a policy with the
National Llfo Association of Des
Moines, Iowa, on May 17th, 1911,
through your representative, McL.
DeLnnoy, Numbor 2232C, and that on
September 30th, 1911. I mado proof
of my husband's death and turned
samo over to McL. DoI.ancy, your a
gont, and that I havo this day re
ceived payment In full through tho
nbovo mentioned ngent at their de
pository, Tho Hickman Bank & Trubt
Co., of lllckmnn, Ky., nnd I want to
thank tho nbovo mentioned National
Llfo Association nnd Its representa
tives fqr their prompt and kind at
Signed MRS. MINNIE WILLIAMS.
Mnrhab-dano a fine boy nrrlved nt
tho homo of Moso Barkett nnd wife
yesterday morning, nnd Moso is cut
ting all kind of dl-does. Tho doctor
thlnka ho will recover.
Mrs. A. It. Stono und on aro vis
iting relatives in Momphls.
ttH..M"H"M' M"t' mhmii.ii . i, , ,(,
On the Streets
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Fluo showers yesterday.
T T Swuyne was 111 Momphls till
AH the loading magaitnea at Fetho
Harry Millet return) d from Mem
Tom Hubbard went to Craig 1-nml
Lon rttlc Coal, all grades, from $2 0
up. Phono 186.
Uttlo George Clint. Elllxon U re
ported us qulto nick.
Coylo Wade, of Fulton, was horv
Saturday and Sunday,
Mrs John Wright Ml Wednumla)
for a tlsit In Memphis.
A Voorhous returned Tuesday from
n few days' visit In Memphis,
Svtaytio Walker was up from Cram
landing Tuesday and Wednosday.
Ml line Lucy I)os and l)ruu
King Hero horu from Doruna Tuomta)
Arthur Shaw and wife, of 8ta.
IJno, Hro here Tuesday nnd Wudii-
Charlis McQuay, of St. Louis, a
hero Saturday tho guest of Miss 1-au
Hat with a "pcdlgreo" and bat
with a 'guarantee" oau bo found at
Mika Grace K I merer, who U toa :l
lug on No h Island, spent litis rk
Charles Head, of MoblttaVlllo, lu.
was here Sunday tho Ket of Mi
.Mlu Currlu Griggs, of jacktHin
'pent Saturday and Sunday with .Mi
GoMio Wade, of Fulton, ago , "
tarried to the usyluiu at HupklMWli
this week He buam Inmuio
Mrs Ioul Kllpatriak and baby left
Wi-dni'sday for Meiiiphl. after an
extended visit ltli her tariiiit, I.
I' Elilnon and wife.
Mrs Noiinle Kingman return, ci
Monday from I.ou!rvllIe, whore "
lias Umii KOtoral uvek with her '"
tr, Mrs. Harry KIllMin.
Mr. Hornctt I.uUh and children, or
Pulton, allmided th Wilaoii-ClicMblr.-Hfddlng
this ttek ami vliltd h
mother. .Mrs. Maggie Handle.
Mrs. S. M. Hiiblmrd will lnv Hun
ilny aftoruoon for NhUII; rnm
there she Mill go to l.otilsvlllo, nnd
will be gone about to weks
Strlkv-bnrakwra and union men lul
a free for all fight In Pulton Tutda
night when a trnlu lond of tiik
hroakers pulled Into that city, it
said the InttHr "look" tile depot r
taurant thnt Is vrj thing that wax
not nailed down. No one was s r
Friday afternoon MIbmis FIortn.
Barry nnd Clols Udford, at tho lat
tor's home, gave n nilMiollanroiiH
shower In honor of Mrs. Clit r
Barnes. Ico tea and wafers w.r.
served as tho guests nrrlved, and 1st
r refreshments of brick cream. In
yollow nnd white, and rnko w-.
served. She wns the recipient of a
largo number of hnndsonie and useful
Mrs. Ellrnbelh Harris, well known
to many Hickman people as "un
Betsy Harris," died Sunday morning
nt tho home of Mr. Walton, in West
lllckmnn, where she has resided for
tho past fifty yoars. Sho was eight y
nlno years old nnd one of tho olibst
people of this vicinity. Sho wns on--of
a large number of sisters, nil of
whom reached nearly nlnoty yearo or
age. Tho sisters, w.ho lived togethei.
wore several times on charity. In
tormont was had Monday.
Tho promotors of tho electric llm
will meet tho citizens of Mayflold In
mass meeting next week to discus
their proposition. Thoy will ni.k
Mayfleld to put up $1,000. Tho route
has been practically agreed upon nnd
Is to run from Unlontown, Ky., to
Marlon, Salem, on through to Iadii
enh via Mayfleld to Clinton, Milburn
nnd Columbus nnd Hickman.
Tho Mongol Box Co. will start run
iilng their stavo mill nt night begin
nlng about tho first of noxt week
This will Increase tholr payroll about
$2,600 a week. Tho night run is
made necessary on account of rccelv
Ing mora timber than tho mill can
work up during a day run. This fac
tory Ih now paying out about $1D,000
a month, and continually Increasing