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WHY NOT GET THE BEST ?
THE OLD RELIABLE, LIGHT RUNNING
Invitations t 8pc.
At Courier Office.
Wilt Thou be
Dy Rev. Parley E. Zartnunn, D, D.,
Sectctur J Eltraaoa Difwttuat Mooter B&l
If your dealer doesn't handle it, write for prices.
Hickman Wagon Co.
A. M. TYLER
and Notary Public
Will practice in all Courts
of die State.
Office over Rice's Shoe Store ;
HELPS IN EMERGENCY
PANTRY SHELF OF GREAT VALUE
The Purpose of an
isTto serve your needs.
It will help sell your
goods talk to the
people you want to
reach. An advertise
ment in this paper
Is a reference guide
to those whose wants
are worth supplying.
-ASE FOR RATES-
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Every Sunday 11 c. m. and 8:00 p. m.
Holy Communion Every 1st Sunday.
W. J. MeMURRY
flee la LaClede Building oa eorser.
R. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD
Isoa'a old staad. Phone No.
Hlcxmas, Ky. -'
Should j-lold Supply of Canned Goods
From Which to Form a "Pickup"
Msal When Situation Demands
Every housekeeper has or ihould
hare an emergency sholf whore she
mar keep on hand a small supply of
canned goods which can bo brought
out and used as needed.
Canned salmon Is almost euro to
hare a place on this shelf and tho
following recipes may offer variety for
one woo finds It necessary to servo
this fish frequently.
Salmon Pudding. Ono can salmon;
2 eggs; 1 tablespoon milk or water;
1 teaspoon salt; U4 tablespoons but
ter; 2 tablespoons flour; 1 cup milk, V4
Drain the salmon and remove skin
and bone's. Beat eggs unUl light, then
mix with icalmon, milk and salt.
Put la a buttered dish, set In a
pan of water and bake In a moderate
oren 20 to 25 minutes.
Turn but on a hot platter and
pour around It the white eauo which
Is made by melting the butter and
mixing with It the flour and salt, then
adding the milk gradually and cook,
ing until It thickens.
Scalloped Salmon. One can sal
mon; 1 cup bread crumbs; 1 cup
"white sauce; 1 teaspoon salt, 1 lemon.
Pratn the salmon and remove skin
nod bones. Mix salmon, bread
crumbs, white sauce and salt, and put
In a buttered dish. Dake IS to 20
minutes. When done, garnish with
half slices of lemon Charlotte E. Car
penter. Colorado Agricultural College.
IICKMAN FURNITURE CO.
keral Directors and Embalmsrm.
Phone 20 day or alght.
A. H. Lett, Proprietor.
The only ap-to-date dairy la
ST. LOUIS FURNISHING CO.
Hoarse and driver furnished on
SOAP AND WATER FOR CARPET
Treatment That Will Serve to Qlvs
the Floor Covering a New
Lease of Life.
To.raab the carpet thoroughly yon
will require a bucket of warm water,
a cake of carpet soap, a piece of house
flannel, and, If you are going to tackle
a falr-alzed piece of carpet at once, &
supply of dry cloths.
Do not begin near the door, as you
may require to leave the room for fresh
I -water, and it is unwise to walk on the
, carpet when damp. Make up your mind
to do without the room till all is dry.
i Start washing as far from tho door aa
' possible, and work towards It. The
flannel is wetted, and a portion of the
carpet well rubbed. It must not be
overdone, only wetted sufficiently to
secure a good lather by rubbing the
carpet soap ball well in. Then with
the clean, wet flannel remove the
soap. Well rinse the flannol after
wards, so that it Is quite soapiest
when yon begin again, later on anoth
er fresh piece.
No soap must be left in the carpet
when the final rubhlng commences.
Take a dry towel, and rub to your
best Though you cannot git rid of all
dampness, you can almost dry tho
patch with friction, and this brings up
the nap beautifully, also the colors.
Dimension Stuff cut to order on
Mill located on Dresden Road
2 12 miles east of Hickman,
if you are in need of anything
in this line, see
Dr. J. M. HUBBARD
Take four ounces of blanched ali
znonds, six ounces of Icing sugar, the
whites of two eggs; two ounoea of
grated chocolate, a few drops of
vanilla esence, and some almond oil.
Put the sugar, chocolate and whites
of egga into a lined saucepan, and
whisk them together unUl very stiff.
TEXT-Wllt thou be made wboUT-Jehn
What else would be the deepest de
sire of a man who had been sick for S8
years and who
had been waiting
dally for a long
time to have some
friend put him In
to the pool Bt the
time of the mov
ing of the waters?
but the question
is aa arousing one
which Jesus asks
for the purpose of
making the man
conscious of his
ing his desire,
calling forth the
ceafesslon of need, and assuring him
of the possibility of healing. Thus
the Great Physician, constantly deals
with souls, to coavlnoe sinners of tbelr
need of healing and to teach Chris
tians that theer are still defects la
their own lives. In tho one case fail
ure of faith prevents healing; In the
other, lack of submission preveata
Tho study of the isapotoat wan Is
Interesting from every point of view;
and the place at which the healing oc
curred is significant Dethesda, mean
ing house of mercy. The waters of the
pool had certain curative properties,
but the maa of the story was In such
a plight that he had no friends to put
him Into the pool when the water was
troubled. It requires no strength of
tho imagination to supposo that his
reply to Jesus not only was full of
pathos, but also fall of a gTeat long
ing, for noUce the quick response and
the great result: "Jesus salth onto
him rise, take up tby bed, and walk.
And immediately the man was mkd
whole, and took up his bed and
The main point of the story Is In v.
24: !VerIly. verily, I say unto you, he
that beareth my word, and belleveta
on hlra that sent me, hath everlasting
life, and shall not come Into coadsat
nation; but la passed from death unto
life." This is really the gospel la a
sentence, for the supreme purpose of
Jesus was to give life and to heal us
from all Infirmities.
We seed not describe eternal lire;
but It is desirable, glorious and neces
sary. You cannot take a slaslck.
ruined soul out of this world and la
habit heaven with It In the next You
cannot There Is no such thing after
death as a spiritual revolution. God
would have to shut you in. The glo
ries of heaven would mean nothing
to you, the songs of heaven would
be torture to you, and heaven itself
a perpetual torment. So, because eter
nal life is so desirable and Is the free
gift of God, through Jesus Christ our
Lord, the question Is pertinent, "Wilt
thou be made whole!"
The conditions upon which you are
made whole, of passing from death
unto life, are knowledge, repentance,
belief, obedience. They are so easy
that to make them hard and miss the
blessing because we no not accept
them in their simplicity. Eternal Ufa
1 In such a caso la not a gift that we
cannot Iwto but that wq will not have.
Let us never forget two outstanding
things about sin; 1. It defiles. Sin Is
not manly, and ever since the day
whjB the devil beguiled Adam and
Kvo tho trail of the serpent has
wound Its way through humaa natuie
and through humaa history, leaving
defilement la its wake. 2. 81a de
stroys. This le an old-fashioned doe
trine but as true as It Is old. la spite
of all that men may say, or hope, or
do,' the wages of sin Is death. There
fore, again the question is pertinent.
Wilt thou be mado whole?
This oldtlmo story Is n parable and
n promise, for Jesus Christ still watts
to be gracious.-
Every placo of need may be a De
thesda, nnd just whore you are Jeeus
standi opposlto your need saying,
"Wilt thou be mado whole?" Ily ev
ery possible way ho is pleading, "O
i Israel, thou has destroyed thyself, but
in mo Is thy help." Thousands of
' pooplo of every age and clime have
found relief, .healing and salvation Just
aa the man at the pool found it that
day by slruplo trust
"Wilt thou bo made whole?" That
I is the question. How often'Jesus has
' had to say, "Ye will not come unto
me that yo might have life," What a
1 tragedy when a soul turns away from
' him and goes out Into darkness, de
spair and death. You can refute
Christ, but how can you?
Let tho story teach us three things:
Tho need of prompt response to
Christ's words, ne thought of failure
, In tho future, and continuous ue of
tho strength which Christ gives. "Seek
ye the Lord While ho may be found;
call yo upon him while he is near;
let the wicked forsake his way and
the unrighteous man his thoughts;
snd let him return unto the Lord and
be will bavo mercy upon him; aad to
our God for he will abundantly par
don." Tht C3rt rhrticlan now ts start
Thi rntpathltinr Jmus."
"Man of Borrow, what a nam.
Tor th Bon of Ood who cam,
tlitin lnn-.r to rwUlm
llallelujir,' What a RnvlorP
RECORD OF A
Doctors Could Not Help Mrs.
Health through Lydia E.
Hooper, Nebraska. "I am very glad
to tell how Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable
Compound has helped me. For fivo years
I sulfrred from female troubles ro I was
scarcely nblo to do my work. I took doc
tors medicines and used local treatments
but was not helped. I had such awful
bearing down palna and my back wos so
weak l could hardly walk and could not
nnd my friends thought I could not livo
long. At my request my husband got
me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham Vcg'
THE BEST PROOF.
Given by a Hickman Citizen.
Doan's Kidney Pills were used
Ihey brought benofit
The story was told to Hickman res
idents. Time has strengthened the evidence.
Has pro en tho result lasting.
Tho testimony la homo testimony
Tho proof convincing.
It can bo lnesUgntcd by Illckmau
Airs. It Graves, Hickman, Ky., aayt
'T sUll use Doan's Kidney Pills
wLenevcr a ccJd or any other cause
ilsrrders my Mcuo eiii they al
ways cure me. You are at liberty to
use my statement aa heretofore."
The aboio was the eubslauce of
Mrs. Graves covnersatlon when sh
was Interviewed on January 20, 1012.
Her endorsement of Doan's Kidney
Pills was In substance aa follows; "
bad Inlenao lameness and weakness
In my back, was tlrod all the llnio
and had depressing headachca. Head
ing about Doan's Kidney l'llls, I cot
a supply from Holm & Ellisou'a Drug
Store and tholr use rid mo of uiy
trouble. Doan's Kidney Pills aro
mora effective than any other kidney
medicine I ever took."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Koster-Mllburn Co., liuffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's and
dike no other.
Cut each of the almonds into three
pieces; warm them slightly in the etnble Compound and I commenced to
oven, and stir them Into the saucepan ' tako it By tho timo I had taken tho
J. with tho other ingredients. Add an-)Beventh bottle my health had returned
jua eHB.ucB, ivi on get mvruuBuiy uui. nna i negun uoing my washing ana was a
wnen turn into a tin wnicn nas oeen wdllwoman. Atonotlmoforthreewceks
greased with almond oil. Smooth over, I did all tho work, for eighteen boarders
witn a a-nire aippea in not water, ana , with no signs of my old trouble return-
when nearly set cut in squares and
pile In fancy dishes.
Move On Nowl
ing. Many havo taken your medicine
after seeing what it did for me. I would
not take $1000 and be whero I was. You
havo my permission to uso my name if
it will aid anyone." Mrs. SUSIE Tem
rLETON, Hooper, Nebraska.
ThePinkham record is a proud and peer
less one. It Is a record of constant vie
says a policeman to a street crowd,
and whacks heads' if It don't "Move
mno.wC 8ay.8 th0 b,s. barBl mineral toryovertho obstinate illsof woman-ills
i ii tT v, i xr tT; that deal out despair,
ing follows. Dr. King's Now Life T. . ..t.ii.u.i
Pills don't bulldoze the bowels. They " ' ' """i '' "
gently persuade them to right action, J6. , y
nnri hpnlth follows 2Kn nr TTolm f- PInkham S VegOtB-
and health follows
I ble Compound has re-
' stored health to thou-
List your real estate with the J " ot euch $
Courier; if we don't sell it, it oe't ffi.tgItJg
cost yon aaytalaa;. . Bee4,ucba medicine?
nanc me tears.
A German lass stood at a steam
ship pier, weeping. "Why do you
grieve, Frauleln?" "Hecause my lov
er has sailed, and I fear that before he
returns someone elso may propose to
me and I may accept" Satire.
Not a Hopeless Case.
There Is always a chance that tha
man who knows ho doesn't know may
Makes tho Nation Gasp.
The awful list of injuries on the
Fourth of July staggers humanity.
Set over against it, however, Is the
wonderful healing by Duckjen's Arni
ca Salve, of thousands, who suffered
from bums, cuts, bruises, explosions
or bullet wounds. Its the quick heal
er of bolls, ulcers, eczema, -sore lips
or piles. 2Go at Helm & Ellison's
I GROCERIES I
I Phone 4 C. H. Moore
Wc have taken charge of the Lumber Busi
ness purchased from T. W. Reynolds, and are
now in position to take care of your wants
for everything in
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Wc have a car load of
See us when you need anything. Both Tel
ephones. HALE LIMBER CO.
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
Both a whole year for
HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS
TOM DILLON, 5r.tiProp.
Huocvttor to" II (I, lUmuiiMc, ilwiim)
Marble and Granite
CURDING, STONE WORK OF ALL
KINDS, IRON FENCING.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
It M. IHI.KH J.J.0.110NDIIKANT
II. T. IIAVIH nKO.ll.TIIHKI.KKI.il
nr.j. m. mniiiAiiti T.A.i.Kmtmn
Wc combine absolute safety .with satisfactory service and
offer our depositors the most liberal treatment consistent
with sound banking.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
J J.O. HONllUltANT. !'rldnl J. A. THOMl'HON. l,,r
II. O ItAMAOK. AmI Ontblor
We are installing machinery for the purpose
of changing all of our electrical system to the al
The "direct current," which has existed in the
business district for the operation of electric fans,
will be abolished.
All fans, lights, cooking and heating devices
motors, etc., can be operated twenty-four hours
Parties owning direct current fans will do
well to list them for sale, as they will not operate
on the new current.
All current will be measured by meter.
Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
J. T. DILLON, Manager
Try our Ilelnte baked beans with FOR BALK AT ONCS Oae million
tomato sauce good any taJase. Oaly
19e a eaa. Betterswart ft PraUer.
extra fine cypress salaries. O. M,
Yates tt0l 0.'
Uw ea La GHa Psaaaes,