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HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1912
PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL.
l lllO "" v -.. J--V
i,, U in the Hickman schools, tho fol
lowing pupils soared up Into tho
u, rla region where they nro tniaklnK
,,, perpetual Bunahlno abovo tho
Sunnio Smith 93
Urn Naylor 87.2
I .Dy Weatherly 85.2
I iv Huckott 99.2
1 .urn Coffer 99
1'i.tihcr Saunilora 97.5
t no Thompson. 97
U.ula Shuff ....97
Nirah Whin McConnoll 9C.G
lJ Ixlford .95.0
Litorno Tbrvlkold 96.4
Hoy Journey 93
I ii-tta Lumford 92.6
D. McNeil 92
Una Creed 910
Vxl Rico :.. 977
lialtier Dodd 9C
bra Townsond, 9C
Vuihall MoDanlol 9C
Ij.jv LvdwIdKO...... 9S6
l.MCilo Gabby 92 5
1'orter Plorco.... 97 2
i), my Johnnon... 95
iMea Tyler...,, 91
Milton Hackott...... 94
--ott Collins..: 92
laiimeShaw SS -
ill Taylor 8
i in.le llarrctt 93 2
J'ibbard Newton S9
)i.rry Walker 87 2
'nWnxl Thompton 87 2
It-raico Itayr ..872
11- nry Corfey 86 4
(.-utkc Now ton 95 8
v ,th lVnvler 95 3
.irra Iloycr 93 2
r hur Loul Tbrelkold 95.1
Hob I IUKhsrfr. -,jfa, i-jrfj. ; .
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itU Dodd 9M
r.nn I.ynn Dodd 92.3
Lawrence Allen 9t.5
L.uclle Loot 894
H nt Hnmby 89 3
( .rdle lUy 90.3
U'tiiud I'mthor. 961
nnie Klllnon 956
1 ! Housloy 95
toWBlll Helm ....948
M.iggle Cboato 93 8
MY LADY OF DOUBT.
Title of a Charming Story
Starting In Our Next Itiue.
Tho Courier last ncrlal story,
Tho fJlrl of My Drcnmn" waa so
niuch appreciated by our reader that
w ve boon besieged to start another
pood story In compllanco with thesn
r'iuftji to'vo succeeded In procur
r Randall Parish's latest romance
r r our readers, and will giro you tho
fix King chapter next wook. Tho tltlo
of this story Is "My Lady of Doubt"
V C'Jilonlal bcllo, tho charming, viva
ci'-'iis horlono of this romance will
grip your Interest from tho momont
she meets her dashing soldier lover
fr. sh from tho rigor of Vnlloy Korge,
on a porllous mission for Gen. Wash
ington. In this flno romanco of tho Ameri
can Revolution, which wo havo mndo
nrrangomenta to print, Parrlsh la at
his best. Tho plot is original, tho
action exciting, tho end dramatic
Dcn't miss Uio thrilling scenes In tho
Uy all moons read tho opening chap
ter next wook.
Mrs. K. II. Prather will entertain
tho Embroidery Club Friday after
noon nt 2-30.
Den Shaw was In Columbus Mon
day. Gordon lllcc was hero from Fulton
tho first of the week.
Mollis Kirk was In Tlptonvllty
Tvnn., nnd Cralgs Lauding, Mo.f this
week on business.
John Hagan was at home latter
par of last week. t
C. L. Walker went to Loulsvillo
Monday night on business. 4
Mrs. Roy Clark ajid llttlo sou spent
tho past week In town with her par
ents, J. W Rogers and family.
J. 13. Calvin, of Cralgs Landing, Mo.,
was hero a fow days this week.
Rubo Wnddcll returned Sunday
from several days stay at ReelfooL
Mrs. R. T. Tyler and daughter,
Miss Helen, are in Louisville this
E. F. Bouldin, of Momphls.wos here
Saturday on business.
J. A. Crozier, of Mound City, was
hero Saturday on business.
Tho malo contingent of Hickman,
lo possess n opark of civic pride,
dl Join us In congratulating tho good
ladles of our city who hnvo banded
U'cmselvea together for tho purposo
of making Hickman tho City Beauti
ful Theso ladles will bo n power In
'ho undertaking thoy propose for
vrlly, "tho hand that rocks tho
radio rules tho world." It Is a most
Worthy undertaking, and tho Courier
'J with thorn nnd at tholr sorvico In
nny movement they may see fit to
'aunch. No city In tho country pos--wses
such a sotting for varied and
quIslto beauty as Hickman, but
tprctoforo our citizens havo been in-
cuned to neglect beautifying tholr
Premises. Talk, push work mako
Hickman tho most attractive city of
'he Soath. Help the ladloa.
Your Money Back if Not Satisfied
Ellison's Grocery Meat Market and Variety Store
A Lucky Purchase
I Teaspoons, a set,
Extra heavy steel
base, bouble coat
ing plating, bead
ed shell tip.
Teaspoons, a set,
v ar.si :
14: Quart Enameled Deep Dish Pan
Extra heavy steel base, thick, everlasting coating
Worth a Quarter
Meat Shop -
Pure Pork Sausage
The Finest Quality of
Mutton and Veal
Hams, Breakfast Bacon
New Bulk Cakes, at a big saving
25c the pound instead of 40c, the
price you pay in packages.
Fresh Vegetables, new every
week, Lettuce, Green On
ions, Radishes, Celery, etc.
Fresh Creamery Butter
The Perfect Cobbler's Set Iron
stand, 3 iron lasts, shoe ham
mer, knife, peg, awl, Afln
nails and directions "OL
NickerPlated Sad Iron Set 3
nickel plated irons, fi
handle and stand OeJl
Zinc Washboards Large
Bargain on the market. Don't compare
it with the low price machines, for this is
in a different class, and the equal of any
$60 machine made.
Full Ball Bearing"
All the latest improvements.
Full set of Attachments.
10 Year Guarantee
We ask you to come see this if you are thinking
of buying a machine. Price
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CAYCE JONES COMING.
The Cayce Jonea Co. is blllod for
the Lyric, In Hickman, on the night
of April 10. This show is meeting
with popular approvaLevorywhere. It
is a roaring farce comedy, but not of
tho "Widow McCarty" vorloty.
300 gals. Sherman & Williams
palnta. "Top of the pot." Hickman
The family A problem la addition.
Marriage Finding out on unknown
Love An imaginary quantity.
Money The prime factor.
Clothes The common denominator.
Fashion W variable.
The Bill Collector A constant,
Alimony A lesson in aubstractlon.
Divorce A recurring division.
Tho Angel of Death, impartial In
his summons, visited tho home of
W. T. Dublin on the evening of the
13th Inst, and called from the scenes
of the living his aged mother, Mrs.
L. J. Dublin. Before marriage she was
Miss Laura Jane P. Greer. She was
born In Barren County, Ky., Deo. 10,
1824. and died March 13, 1912, at the
ripe old age of 87 years, 3 months and
She, while yet a girl moved with
her parents from Barren county, Ky.,
to Caldwclil county, Ky., where she
grew to womanhood. Attending the
nubile cshools of that county sho ac
quired a splendid education, especial
ly for that time. Again moving with
her parents to Graves county, Ky.,
where she met and married William
Dublin, who had come from North
Carolina with her parenst, who wore
among tho first settlers in the Lyn
vllle district of GraveB county. Their
marriage was solemnized on Feb.
28. 1844. They settled on a farm
and lived happily together for many
years, being tho parents of twelve
children, all of whom lived to roach
their maturity save two. Six are
Her husband preceded her by some
sixteen years to that place whence no
one ever returns. In 1902 she rent
to Lake county, Tenn., to make her
homo with her son, "W. T. Dublin,
She received every attention "and
all possible kindness. When sho llv-
' ed with him she met and made many
friends. Until a few years ago sho
had a splendid memory and was con
versant with anU-bellum days and of
events that occurred many, many
For some months passed she had
been showing signs of weakening;
yot sho was slow to confess it. No
doubt her great fortitude and Indomi
table courage prolonged her days
full many a score. Only the day be
fore sho died she Insulted on sitting
up. When the time came for hereto
go she went without a murmur or a
struggle. Just falling to sleep as it
Living as she did, a devoted chris
tian life, she had no fear to go at
any tlmo she might bo called.
Sho leaves two sons, four daugh
ters a number of grand and great
grand children to mourn her loss, and
a host of frlenda to treasure up kind
thoughts and loving me.morlcs of her.
for avcry ono who knew her could
but fovo her. Tho remains wero laid
to rest in the Dublin lot at the City
Cemetery at Hickman on the after
noon of tho 14th of 3Iarch.
To tho bereaved one wo would not
say wocp not, for It Is but human to
mourn the loss of one who has boon
I so dear to us in this transitory life.
JWo feel sure that In this case deathk
'is only a transition from a world of
affllcltion to ono where all Is happi
ness, plcasuro and poaco. So let us
all prepare to meet Grandma In that
bright celestial land whero we may
1 linger about tho dazzling throne of,
God and bask in the sweet and sun
ny smllcB of a loving Saviour. A
DAY CURRENT ON.
Hickman now ranks with St. Louis.
Memphis and other neighboring vil
lages, so for as electricity is con
corned. The power plant of tho HlcK
man Ice & Coal Co. now runs day
nnd night, tho now service beginning
Tuosday morning. Where tho pop
and epow of tho gaaolino engino has
Ihmmi heard for years past will now be
hoard tho hum of motors, and all real-
dences and business houses may now
havo electric lights at any timo, day
or night. This also applies to fans,
as tho current Is absolutely uniform.
Tho greatest Item In this chango, so
far as tho housewife Is concerned, Is
tho fact that sho may now uso elec
tric utinsels. Irons, sowing machine
motors, etc. A little later all theso
modern electrical appliances will bo
publicly demonstrated by the local
' Our haU are off to Manager J. T,
Dillon and his associates for the In
auguration of this uplodato sorvico.
Best Dry Cell Batteries. Hickman
Capt. Broadfoot, who had charge of
tho Str. Mcngel Box Co. last week
during Capt. Lawrence McMakin's ab
sence, roturned to I'aducah Sunday.
Nails $2.50 por keg baso. Hickman
Hub Lewis says he will make tho
race for Jailer of Fulton county.
Miss Elizabeth Lowe Bcale, of
Montgomery, Ala., arrived here Sun
day from Loulsvllllo to visit hor sis
ter, Mrs. Frank Von Dorrles, Jr.
Mrs. Charles Bunton, of Tipton-
,vl!lo Tenn., visited Mrs. J. O. West,
Mrs.' S. M. Nalfeh and Miss Laura
Brown Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. C. F. Schmidt left yesterday
for Fulton to visit hor mother, Mrs.
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