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$1 per Year
No ejoopttoni to
tbli rule. Onlr 2o
a week surely It
li cheap enough.
Twenty years ecu,
tbli pnpir cot $.1
a year. .No man U
too poor to spend
tbli amount for a
paper tbat Hives
all tbe county and
OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY
THE HICKMAN COURIER.
when roar time is
out. we doni be
lieve in forcing a
paper on anyone.
If you do not want
to mlai a copy,
keep tba inbtcrlp
tlon paid np. A
notice of expire
tlon li siren bere
IS days abead with
A Blue Mark
HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1912
With ocenimetd utmiit Uir trow
And aand upon their hei1,
And lt white upon their twee
And unlfnrmn In ihrrda,
AHln from the broken wreck,
Thty all come home acaln.
But eovered with a elarry ptl.
The aallore of the Maine
Onoe more the remnant of the e
Hare anewered to the roll:
Before rellclon's final rltre
pieee each departed eout
To muile of the muffled dnira
And bugle's eotemn elrntn.
ta elate lo Ar!tnton will re
The eellore of the Maine.
But nejer while the Nary drawi
A rtn of flame about
Celombla'e roaet from Eaet te Wee
Will they be muetered out
The nation on her mlhty run
Of heroee will retain
rererermore u but "retired"
The aallore f the Maine.
Over 100 roll of matting to jwleot
from at Smith &. Amborg'a.
Tho examination (or common nchoo
diploma will bo hold at tbo Court
House la Hickman May 10 ami 11.
Virginia Luton, 8uit.
Japanese Matting 20 to 3Gc a yard.
Hmlth & Ambers.
Nobody over itsrucl anrtliiiiK from
a man who "knew it ill!'
The remorse tbat fllli tbe tear-jar la
ttm raoratlru; kind!
Destiny la curtoui to aee bow we
behave when ho bangs us out to dry'
There's only an "e" between a
feast and a fait and tba vowels are
easy to learnt
The trouble with some of ui li that
we worry about flaws Id our record
tbat everybody else bat forgotten!
Tbe self-kldder hatei to acknowl.
1ko tbat "If he bad It to do over
tln" he'd make Just about the tame
old haab of It)
Borne day the man who hoara him
self described aa a "live wire" will
not ImaKlne that br has to talk every
body to death to prove Ul
Tbe difference between the man
who "takes a Job" and tbe one who
"accepts a position" la that tbe for
er really wants to workl
Wo find, upon Kolny. over the 1910
census book, tbat there are now as
many as eight towns of over too.oou
Inhabitants In which we have not
The Board of Health of Fulton
County, being authorized to exaamino
into all nuisances, sources of filth
and causes of sickness that may, in
tneir opinion, be Injurious to tho
health of the Inhabitants within tho
overflowed districts of Fulton county,
and having learned that such nui
unces, sources of filth and causes
of sickness now exist In said dis
trict, do hereby notify all owners
ana occupants of land and premises
In said overflowed districts, at their
own expense, to burn or bury all
dead carcasses and to spread quick
lime on places where said carcases
Land owners will tako notice that
unless they comply with this law they
will be proceeded against as provid
ed by law.
CUDAK POSTS from loo to Wo
each. T. K. REYNOLDS.
Mr. lloborts. of Puducah, a hire
Tuesday ou business with tho Mon
gol Uox Co.
Mrs. M. L. Harper, of Woodland
-Mills, U visiting her son, D. M. Har
per neur town,
FOIl SALE: Kino Gasoline Launch
26 foot loos, G foot boam, 30 h. p.,
4 cylinder engine, trunk cabin. Will
carry 10 passenger. A bargain If
taken at onco. Apply to Jno. Kir
klndall, Hickman, Ky. tf
Tbo annual convention for tho Pur
chase district of tho Sunday Schools
and C. W. 11. M. organization of tho
Christian Church, aro holding forth
nt Fulton today, concluding tho ses
sion tomorrow evening.
Tho Clinton Onzetto says thero la
a lot of mysterious burning of barna
Kolnir on In that vicinity. Will J.
Moss was tho last victim of this dirty
work. HU loss Is ostlrnntod nt S1300
He was away from homo at tho tlmo
of tho fire.
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THE NEW SAN FRANCISCO,
LOOKING OVER THE CITY TO THE HARBOR, SCENE OF THE
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN 1015.
Your Money Back if Not Satisfied
Everything fdr- the Table and for
The Mengcl Box Co., since the wa
ter first began to recede, has been
working a big force of men getting
their plants ready for operation, and
by so doing, will have the plants In
operation Monday. The veneer mill
Is partly In operation and has been
since Tuesday morning, although the
ground Is yet covered with water.
The veneer machines will begin op
eration Friday, and the balance of
tho mill Monday. Things are not by
any means dead around those plants,
as the click of hammers and saws
making the necessary repalre could
be heard several days ago. The ma
chine shop which Is driven by electric
motors, la now being driven tempor
arily by a gas engine and repairing
of machinery is bolng pushed day and
night. The chief electrician of the
company Is here from Louisville, al
so on electrical engineeer from Chi
cago. Within three weeks, one would
hardly bo able to tell that an over
flow had totally disabled these plants,
as the work of cleaning up will be
continued until there will bo no sign
of tbe disastrous flood which we
have just had.
Mrs. Fope Herring, of Union City,
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
T. T Swayne.
Mrs. Moore, of Union City, has
been visiting Mrs. C. P. Shumate.
111 111 11
Shirts with swagger, snap and srjle
Worth the price -and worth the white-
Tbe tilth Grade Shirt That's Worth its Col
Millet & Alexander
NEWS FROM CAYCE.
Rev. Wood filled his regular ap
pointment at Cayce Sunday on ac
count of Quarterly meeting being
held at Rush Creek tho Sunday be
fore. Jim Jones, of near-Fulton, formerly
of Cayce, has purchased the place la
Cayce which, belonged to Henry
Campbell. We welcome him back; to
bis old home.
Ask Georgo Fewltt why he has the
smiles so much and he will answer:
"Why, didn't you know about the girl
that arrived at my house! I thought
every one know that."
Tho lumber has arrived for tho
new church which Is to be erected.
In Cayce. Tho foundation has been
laid and If tho weather will permit,
the work will soon bo commenced.
Preaching at the school house was
cancelled, account conflicting dates.
We trust Bro. Boswell will try to
come again when there will be no
other services, as wo want to give
him a good hearing.
Bob Powell, of near Rush Creek,
received a sever? wound last week
by getting entangled In a Btalk cutter.
It was feared he would have to have
his foot amputated, but hopes are en
tertained now of his recovery.
Walter Bondurant, of Oklahoma,
has purchased a share In the mill for
merly owned by Dr. J. W. Naylor.
Elbert Bondurant has been In Illinois
the post week buying wheat. They
have also ordered a car of wheat and
a car of corn, and will soon be ready
to fill all orders.
China mattings 12 Ho to 35c a yard
at Smith & Amberg's.
CEDAR POSTS from lDc to 25c
each.--T. R. REYNOLDS.
D. C. Corum and wife spent Sun
day afternoon at Woodland Mills.
FOR SALE: A No. 1 Waldron pi
ano exceptionally g od tone. Cheap.
Seo Arch O. Hertweck. 3p
Mrs. J. C. Sexton returned Sunday
from on extended visit with rela
tives at Sturgeon, Mo.
Evansvlllo "beat Fulton to it" in
the Kitty Leaguo, and the fans of
our neighboring city are wearing a
Tho Fulton County Teachers Insti
tute will bo held Sept. 2-6. Prof. J.
W. Ireland, of Stanford, Ky., will con
duct tho institute assisted by Prof.
T. J. Coats, tho Stato Supervisor of