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title: 'The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, June 13, 1912, Image 1',
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OLDEST PAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY
TOE HICKMAN COURIER.
when your time Is
oat. We dont be
lieve In forcing a
Faper on anyone.
f you do not want
to miss a copy,
tlon paid up. A
notice of expira
tion Is siren here
16 day a ahead with
A Blue Mark
Twenty yeara ago,
thla pnpr coat 13
too poor to apend
tbla amount fur it
paper tlmt Klva
II the county nml
HICKMAN, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912
POINTERS ON COOKING FISH.
One of the most satisfactory ways
to ronko smelts both tnety and attrac
tive li to apllt tho Dili up tho back,
tako out tho bono, remove tho oyes or
!io cut off the bend-, and then form
e:b fish Into a ring-, fastening- the
hesd and tall together with n tooth
pick. Dip the flih Into milk nnd then
Into fresh bread crumbs and fry In
deep fat . Remove Uie toothpicks be
ore serving and arrange the fish
around a mound of potato.
Drolled amelts, with maltre dliotel
aauce seasoned with a little nutmeg.
aa well aa the usual lomon juice and
jiarsley, are delicious. Prepare the
flsh as for frying they should bo of
irood slie dip each Into melted but
ter, then roll In bread crumbs, ar
range on a fine wlro broiler and cook
over the fire, first one aide and then
If fillets of flounders, commonly
Vnown aa "sole,- are left to lie In salt
parsley, thyme, a sliced onion and
lemon Juice for half an hour before
frylnjc they will take on a Caw much
as the French chef rir thm ri,. ,
are nest rriM in deep fat
FOR HANDLING DELICATE LACE
Xlectrlo Ironing Roller That Is Guar
antied Not to Injure Even the
An electrically heated Jronlna; roller,
designed especially for pretslns; out
lacea and other delicate fabrlca, Is here
Illustrated. The heatlnc elemi-nta or.
contained within the highly polished
teel roller, and tho current Is switch-
Ettctrlcally Halted Ironing Rollar for
ed on or off by turnlnx tho handle. A
roller Is much superior to the ordinary
flattron in pressing lacea, aa there la
no danger of the former catching; and
tearing- the lace. 1'opular Mechanic.
Rica Omelet With Cheese Beuee.
One cup of hot boiled rice, two
eggs, half a teaspoon of salt, a little
pepepr, one tablespoon of water, on1
tablespoon of butter. Soparato yokes ,
and whites, neat yokes until thick. I
and add rice, salt, pepepr and water. !
Mix well, then fold In the stiffly beat
en whites. Melt butter la omelet pan, '
turn In the mixture and cook aa puff i
omelet until firm. Before turnlag'
from pan spread one-halt with a layer
of cheese sauce, then fold the other
half over and turn omelet onto a hot
platter. Pour remaining sauce around
omelet and nerve at once.
Chetse Sauce Two tablespoons of
butter, two tablespoons of flour, one
quarter teaspoon salt, one-quarter
Pepper, one cup milk, one-half cup
grated cheae. Prepare white sauce
and when ready to serve add grated
cheeee without boiling until cheese If
To clean piano koya moisten a sof
cloth by dipping It first in lemon Juice,
then la silver whltlnc and rub briskly
on the Ivory.
White paint ia cleaned satisfactorily
by nibbing it with a cloth dipped In
not water, then in a saucer of bran,
The bran acta aa a soap, doea not In
jure the nalnt and restores the gloss.
Remove) verdigris from metal by pol
ishing it with a soft cloth dipped ia
- Kentucky Ham.
Gut alx slices of ono-halt Inch thick
from tho thick aide of a country cured
ham. Dredge with flour and pepper,
heat the roaster, arrango tho slices ao
they will not touch, bake 30 mtnutea
In a moderate oven. Pour off half
the drippings, to this add four table
poona of awoot cream and one of
coffee. Let boll up, pour over tho
slices of ham after they are arranged
on the platter. Serve hot.
Delicious Egg Biscuits.
One heaping cup of sugar, a pinch
of salt, one heaping teaspoonful of
taking powder', carefully sifted twice,
one small rounding toblespoonful of
lard; mix lightly. Put one egg In a
cup and beat until light, add milk un
til three-quarters full, pour In and stir
until- smooth, then put on board and
roll out like other biscuit. Be sure
and try this.
Tho WcBtorn Union Telegraph of
flco will be moved from tho depot to
tho offJco of tho Cumberland Tolo
Phono Co., both of which will bo lo
cated over tho Courier office.
Ice Cream Freezers
The kind that cuts and is a pleasure
$3.5o, $6.5o, . $8.50
Screen Your Houses
All Kinds and
Hinges, Latches and Springs Included.
Both Black and Galvanized
All sizes from 24: inch to
44: inch. Prices
per yard and up.
Joo Roper left Monday for Dawson
Waltur Ilonduront went to St. l.ouis
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, of Jack
noil, visited In Cnyco Sunday.
MIrh Lottio McClollan returned to
her homo In Kant Pralrlo, Sunday.
Mrs. Loiia Reeves Is vlfcltlng hor
sister. Mrs. Ed WIllluKhnui In Fulton
Tho Cajoo ball team defeated tho
Clinton team Saturday by a ecoro of
IS to 0.
Miss Jcselo Wall and Miss Besslo
Johnson woro shopping In Union City
Frank Wall left for Lexington, Ky..
Monday, whoro ho will attend a sum
Mrs. John English, of Chattanooga,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Linn
A number of Cayce pcoplo attended
tho Children's Day exorcises at Mos
row Sunday night.
A few of tho young people attend
ed tho Children's Day exercises at
Mt. Zloa Sunday night.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Naylor, Miss
Bess Johnson and Dennis Smith mo
tored to Clinton Monday.
Mrs. In Jones and daughter, Mlsa
Mayme, returned to Fulton Monday,
after a fow days' visit with relatives
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Whlpoy arrived
Sunday. They will probably spond
tho summer with hor parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. S. E. Johnson.
Miss Lucllo Scenrco was the victim
of a sovero acldent Monday, when
trying to draw a nail from tho wall.
Tho nail camo out with such forco it
penetrated tho eyeball through tho
lid. It Is feared tho sight is com
V. A. Dodds made a business trip
to Rldgloy, Tenn., Monday.
NEW ROAD COMPLETED.
The last rail on tho construction of
tho Birmingham and Northwestern
railroad was laid Saturday, connect
ing Dyerburg nnd Jackson by rail.
This gives Dyersburg what sho has
long hoped for an eastern outlet.
Regular passenger servlco was Inau
gurated on tho new lino Wednesday.
This rood Is a result of efforts of R.
M. Hall, capltnllsf of Dyersburg, who
concolved tho eirtorprlso nnd backed
I wltli his tlmo and money. He is
tho man who built the first section
of tho C, M. & O., which terminates
at Hickman. The road Is forty-eight
miles long, nnd passes through n rich
section. It runs through some pros
perous towns, such as Warren, Ala
mo, Friendship, Crockett, Mills and
Dolls. Dyersburg Is Its western ter
minus and Jackson tho eastern. In
directly, this road will be of benefit
to Hickman, acting as a feeder for
tho C., M. & O.
Mrs. S. M. Hubbard Is adding two
rooms, hasement and porch to her
handsome roaldence on Wellington St.
START WORK TUESDAY.
C. T. Bondurant left last night for
St. Louis to attend a meeting of tho
Mississippi River Commission and to
Join a delegation ia au effort to got
tho Commission to authorlzo tho
raising oX tho govemmont loveo he
low town four feet higher. Tho con
truct ho closed at Memphis .Monday
for filling- tho gap, which was washed
out below Hickman, calls for au em
bankment four feet higher than the
old levee, which would Indlcato that
tho Commission contemplates a four
foot ralso ail along. Whllo in St.
Louis, Mr. Bondurant will also buy
two car loads of mules to bo used on
tho loveo work. Tho contract price
of this work was $49,940, but extra
work will put It In tho neighborhood
of JG0.000. Work will begin next
Tuesday, and before tho end of tho
week 50 teams will bo on the Job.
Helm & Ellison will glvo away a
BrowTilo Kodak on tho tickets which
will bo handed out next week at their
soda fountain. Call for your num
bers. It is free.
NEW PICTURE SHOW.
Contractor Spradlln has about fin
ished the work of converting- the old
Fuqua, Helm & Co. store building to
to an uptodato moving picture thea
tre for H. N. Cowglll. The floor has
been raised to conform to modern
ideas; 200 handsome new opera
chairs have been put in; four 16-inch
oscillating fans have been Installed
and nothing omitted for the comfort
and convenience of the new show's
The front of the building has beou
set back, making a 16x25 foot arcade.
In the center of the arcade Is the
ticket window, large swinging doors
on either side opening into show
The operating room la of heavy
steel construction and Is absolutely
fire-proof, having doors that close
automatically in case of a blaze. The
now picture machine arrived Tuesday
and Is one of the very latest models.
Pictures will come direct from St.
Louis oyery day.
H. T. Boale, who is looking after
installing tho electrical end of the
work, will operate the machine. Miss
Frankye Peavler will Erace the ticket
booth exchanging pasteboard for your
Mr. Cowglll tells us that he will
glvo his first show Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clock, and two shows
that evening. Beginning the tollow
lns Monday shows will be given ev
ery afternoon and nleht.
The price of admission mill be 5c
This new place of amusement will
bo christened 'The Crystal." It is
hardly necessary to say that good
order will ho maintained. If you en
joy really good motion pictures, do
not fall to attepd the opening show
at The Crystal next Saturday afternoon.
Sayi Have you seen those all wool
worsted pants at Baltzer & Dodds?
They are peg top, tunnel belt loops,
3-inch turn under and full ot saap.
$3.60 to $5.00. ALL WOOL, MIND
Eddie Fletcher to J. W. Hardin,
lot in Crutchfleld, $160.
Farrar McConnell, of Pueblo. Colo..
to W. C. Sowell, interest ia 100 acres
Industrial League to A. S. Barkett.
3 lots, $180.
J. F. Wallace to Wm, B. Walruth,
lot Fulton, SI, etc
Wm. B. Walruth to Mrs. C. T. Ter
ry, lot Fulton, SI etc '
J. T. Freeman et al to Mrs. Jose
phine Freeman, quit-claim to lots lu
Industrial League to C. F. and W.
H. Baltzer and Rodney Eaker, trus
tees Methodist Episcopal Church, 1
Clara McConnell to W. C. Sowell,
Interest in 100 acres land, $1700.
FOR RENT: Desirable residence
on tho hill. L. P. Ellison.
FOR SALE: Two good brood sows
1 Poland China boar. Geo. T.Meach-
C. F. Baltzer and wife and H. L.
Amberg and wife spent Tuesday at
Miss Nell Bonduraut has returned
from. Knoxvillo where sho hns been
Dr. S. K. Davidson Is expected
homo this week from Memphis to
spond a few days.
FOR RENT: Responsible party can
rent my residence property, complete
ly furnished, for tho remaining sum
mer months. Apply to Dr. S. K. Da
FOR SALE: 50 acres of fino No.
1 bottom land, les3 than 2 miles from
market; west of Hickman, protected
by loveo. Apply to Geo. T. Meach
am or wife. lp
Tuesday afternoon, from 3 to 5.
Mrs. w. A. .Johnston entertained a
number of friends at Rook In honor
of hor guest, Miss Ilia Johnston, of
Ripley, Tenn. An ice course was
served. Tho guests wore Misses Ruth
Ellison. Inrguerlto Fuqua. Nell Bon
durant, Dora Cavltt. Blanche Helm.
Victoria Bondurant, Elise Luten, Bon
nie Carpenter, Charlotto Hubbard.
Fern Bryant and Bertie May Rice.
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