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TIIE IIICKMAN COURIEiU-TIIl'KSDAV' MAY ll'
6 6 6 Cure Malaria, thills and i'virr. IK-ii-KUf or Ililiou 1t. It kill tlar germ. I? -0 WALL PAPER I.UKl.UtORGLLSjUVte f..r Tree Sam 4 Per pie Catalog oi 60 new I - vie-.. 114 -mil c..r:iK'S. I tfOll Why u;e Paint hn 82c wtfl paper Room 12 x 14, Sit. high Mlu1R.snb.rger.,"c,;:;n.,j"r STANLEY D. STEMBRIDGE liAWYKIl Practice in All Courts Collections Promptly Attended to Office over Hickman Hardware Co. OlilTlWKV. In lovin -neniorv of James C. Now- tou. nliu departed this life May 11. 1117. You are gone but not forgotten. As the days have passed to years. Though our hearts are tilled wltli longing .nd our e.ves are tilled with tear. Though you're no longer with us. As we see your vueant chair. We know iir Father" lulled thee. We tind ei us. Lit ion there. May we live a life of goodness. Walk the straight imd narrow way: Let us live With hoes Increasing Just to meet you in tha tday. Though your voice is stilled forever. Yet we know you're free from rare In that bright and eloudless morning. We shall meet thee -Over There." One Who Loved llhi). Mrs. ('has. A. Newton. (ha Quinine That 0os Not Affect tha Head p of its tonic n1 laxative effect. LAX A riVH HKU.MU yt'INI.NK better than or.Unarr Juiniae and doc o cause nnrouiom not inum In head. Sfmfmhft the lull name arc os.lt tor ta aignatvwe cl B. W. OKOVK. jc CliKISTIAX ( IILKCII. Bible School l'reahing at Sunday is "Moth ers' Lay" and the set luon w ill be ts pecijlly for mothers, although everyone is urged to he 'i' -'lit. Theie will be no i. tea biug Sunday night as the min ister will deliver the baccalaureate ser mon Ut lllHoll III ocloCK. i:. L. Miley. l'astor. POULTRY FLOCKS mi km an i: ni:( i: roi: - 1 1 1 K.MAX rHoi'i.i: The Statements of Hickman Kcsident Are Surely .More Kcliahle Than 'I hose of I Iter Strangers Lunches at the Busy Bee. oooooooooocooooooooooooooa o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o "f SPECIAL Men's athletic union suits 68 C Heavy dark blue work shirts 75C Good pin check pants Dark blue heavy weighty - 220 overalls $1.25 Men's and boys 100 per cent leather plow shoes $2.45 Battzer&Dodds Dry Goods Co. Incorporated "THE STORE THAT LEADS" o O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOOOOOOOOQOOODOOOOOOOOOOOC Home testimony is real proof. l'ublie statements of Hickman people carry real weight. What a friend or neighbor says com pels respect. The word of one whose home is far away inites your doubts. Here's a Hickman statement: Anrl it's for Hickman people's benefit. Such evidence Is convincing. . That's the kind of proof that hacks I loan's Kidney 1'ilK. Ask your neigh- iM.r : W. M. Fry. pa inter. .Iohus.ui Ave., says; "I have had inure or loss trouble from kidney complaint for some time. 1 have found I loan's Kidney Fills the only thin'-' that would give me prompt relief. When I had an attack I was lame all over. specially across the small of my hack. If I stooped over, the muscli s seemed to knot up. I loan's Kidney l"i!ls hae always cured me of this tronhle. I would iid i-e any one to fry them it" tiny have kidney com plaint." lrhe dV. at all dealers. Don't fdm ply ask. for a kidney remedy get Houii'd Kidney l'ills the name that .Mr Frv had Fo-tcr-M ilbui n Co., Mfr., Buffalo. X. Y. See the big School l'agemt. Three hundred hialrn in it. Adiiii-ion. .".n i lid J"h-. May r . Mrs. A Thomas of l'hillippy was here the Ill's! of the wetk. the guest of Mrs. .1,' Wall. o Uev. W. A. It. inks was in livorstnirg Moiiday sinking hand- with oM friends there. Co!J In the Mead" ! an aeuta attack cr Nal Catarrh Tar ona wlio ara aut'rt to frequant "coli in tha haad" fnd that ta uaa cf wait -a c iTARRH 1IEDICINE will fcu'!3 up tha Byi:m, cleans tha Blood ana renJer tr.rm iiao.e to coiaa. I'.epeattd attacks of Acuta Catarrh may tsal t9 Chrontc Catarrh on tntarrally and acta throuah tha D'.ood tin tr.a Mucoua sunirn i all I1ruiat TSe TtPmontala fr. for any ft rafarrh that HALLS CATARRH MEDICINE will not '"r?J. 0.nry A Co.. Tolaao. Ohio. A Iioutlas fir tree eut in I.ritih i'i- lurut'i.t was found to ! 4L'tl years old. Astrakahn fur Is made from tfie skin of unhorn or newlNrn Persian I.imhs. FEEDS FO.a PRODUCING EGGS Poultryman Chould Have Full Knowl edge of Proper Feed and How to Prepare It. prepared t v tie Vnli.-i! States Dciart- Everyone in the poultry business lioies to have ctr 's tin oiihout the year, but of course tnis is scarcely possihle. If the business is "one into on a com mercial scale the largest profit should be obtuined '.i:i'in- the w i.'iier. If just two e,"rs u we.-!; extra can he ob tained from every hen a puid profit will be ma'Ie, while if one e-i a week estra "an be recoi'led in the winter, tlds one e-' will pay for all the feed the ''"'s. aceortlin to the experi ences of the p-'i!try speeialisis in the United States I epa i ttnctit of Agricul ture. To obtain tikis greater pnxl ac tion not only should the fowls be yountf and of a vod laying breed, but the feeder siioiii'l iiave a iuii kiiowi m1"p itf the proper fi'ed ii;:d how to oretmre it. And this can be a ri'.eved only by study and care. Xutrimei.t in the feed of laying hena serves u twofold purpose: to repair waste and supply heat to the body and prile the snaking materi als. As only the surplus over what Is needed for th" b!y Is available for FA KM AND HOME NEWS riiOM OVKK KEMl C K In order to show their neighbors the value of coin and soybeans grown to other und LoKued oif. Meade connty tanners will co-oix-rate with the Collet'e of Agriculture extt nsion division and County Ajieiit li. I!. Mcluteer in con- ductiujr deiuonstra tions alonr this line during the uuing suumier. I 'ri'si'D t :t I ion of merit eel-l i t ic:l t s to 1-I M.idisou county boys and trills in recognition of their project work con- lueied lurin the jnsl year recently marked the close of a successlul year of junior auiiculriiral work in that comity, according to County Afient It! I'. Speiiee. I he presentation ol the i ert iiii-ales featured the proirralu of "Acliie em. nl 1 1 i v " in linlmr of the club liienibcrs who had successfully ompleted Ihe'r projects. I ..-- " ? , , I a r f V v V t y V t y y y y y y f y t y y y J A in rd n nJ Oily Aunlloinniolbile Li cense was dune May 1 . Youh will eil your flags ait onace anadl save yottsr self esilra cosils- Mayor JOHN PYLE, City Clerh t y V t V v f f y y y V t y y y y y y y y V t y y y t y y y y y .y y y y y X rurebred Poultry, Properly Fed and Cared For, la a Productive Invest ment. tg I-roducMon, the i-rojr " feed ahould be given In sufheient (juanti-t-ts to Iielu'-e this production. Iu feedii. poultry a a!u.ible lessoa may be learned froia nature. In the I spring the production of es Is an fhsy matter. t'uwN at liberty to roam liud an at'iindatice o.' trven and animal feed on their nm-e, which, wl:h pruin. provides a perfect ration for layii.fi hens. In addition to this they get plenty of exercise and fresh air. So far as possible, then, the feeder should try to make thee winter conditions siTingUke. Two s stem' are ued In feeding folws the dry-mash and the moist mah. although In the dry-iuash eyii-t.-iu u lUht-liioist niash often is fid. By the term "mash" poultrymen mean a mixture of ground feed, either moist or dry. The greatest advantages to le derived from the dry-feed system are Uie sating of labor and the les- ened danger of bowel trouble result ing from fcloppy or soured mashes. In the dry-feed system for laying hens, as practiced successfully on a New York ioultry farm, the Kralns fed are as follows. In the proportions Indicated. This mixture Is scattered in the Ut ter early in the morning, and again at about 11 :'M a. in., and this induces abundant exercl.s. A boppeo con taining dry mash Is bung against the wall. The mash is made of these In gredients In the proportions Indicated (by measure) : 300 pounds cracked 130 pounds wheat. corn. 130 pounds oats. 10 parts bran. 16 parts ground al io parts middlings. fulfa. 13 parts corn meal. 2 parts oyster shell. 10 parts meal Unl 1 part grit. mal) 1 part charcoal. The hopper containing this mash is kept before the fowls all of the time. Corn Is the most popular of all the laln feeds for farm poultry, probably because of Its abundance and compara tive cheapness, and because It Is rel ished over all other grains. It should be balanced with meat, bone, linseed meal, gluten meal, and such feeds as are rich In protein, ror corn is defi cient In this constituent. When com Js fed to hens that have plenty of ex ercise, and a chance to get insects and green f"ed, more satisfactory re sults are likely to be recorded than when fed to the same fowls closely confined. It may be fed quite liberally to your poultry durijig the winter in cold climates, but should be fed par Ingly In summer. Wheat usually Is considered the afest grain to feed alone, but is too exienslve to be fed much to fowls. This grain should be supplemented with other gralna and with some meat feed or skim milk to Increase the pro portion of protein. Wheat contains more protein than corn, about the same amount of carbohydrate, but lexs fat. and on the whole Is consid ered not o valuable for fattening, but better for growth. Wheat screenings. If they are of a good grade, frequently can be purchased and fed to advan tage. Of course," there Is always dan ger of Introducing weed seeds through their oe. "Burnt wheat" seldom can t fed advantageously; the difference la price between this and good wheat usually being too slight to warrant one In buying It. The first purebred Hereford with a pedigree to be brought into Leslie coun ty has arrived, according to County Ag ent .1. l:. r.rilton. John II. l'arle is the owner. Crittenden county farmers are con tinuing to find co-operative shipping a prohtable method of marketing their jioultry. according to County Agent T. I.. Spencer. They recently added an other car to the number already shipped t his season. Forty-seven orchards being conducted as demonstrations by their owners, who are co-operating with the College of Ag riculture extension div ision and County Agent Itobert II. Ford are attracting considerable attention among McLean county farmers who are interested in improving ihoir orchards and increas ing their fruit yields, it is reported. Mrs. T. A. Stark, who left hist week for Chicago, and who was convalescing from a serious siege nf sickness, writes home that she suffered no fatigue from the nip and is doing splendidly. She is Uiiing her daughter in Chicago. . IIi'V. I". A. Tucker went to .Jackson Sunday, where he tilled the pulpit in the First Me-!iolit church, in order tint the pastor. Ih v. I r. Myers, miuht come here to deliver the baccalaureate -crinon. Mrs. I.ydi.l Close and little daughter. Francine. of K no. Nov.. are here. I he guests of 'ooi,el and Mrs. '. .1,. Walk it a nd fa mily. J. W. Morris lias ;, new i)Hlge road ster, which he purchased Monday. o l'.ailey Iiiddleton. of Fulton, w as a visitor in the city Tuesdav. An Expert Writesr "I used to be called a poor cook, and never pretended to bake a cake worthy of praise, but now I am called the champion cake baker of my community, thanks to the Royal Baking Powder." Mrs. R. W. P. ROYAL Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Send for New Royal Cook Book It ' FREE. Royal Baking Pow-derCol26WilliamSt,NewYork Kobert Max Kllis of . New Madrid, Mo., is. here, the guest, of his mother, Mrs. ISelle Kllis. and sister, Mrs. Her bert Alien. C. M. Walts and vvife have rented the house vacated last week by Iir. L. C Moss and family and are moving in this week. M. I. I'.oiilton, Judge H. Y. Taylor, and granddaughter, Mary Virginia Mc Wherter. spent Monday afternoon here. Mr. Morrow of the Itrovvnsville vicin ity spent a few days this week with his daughter, Mrs. A. S. Ilalkett. W. C. Vance and son fleorge went to Cairo on business Monday, returning ou Tuesday night. Old Tapers For Sale at this office SPECIAL CUT PRICE SALE SILK DRESSES t on all dresses and a few at half price If you Want a bargain in a handsome dress come in and see them. S. M. MAIFEH DEPARTMENT STORE S EC0ND SHEETS, Carbon Pa- per for pencil and typewriter, Blank Letter Heads in packages of 500 sheets (nothing less), Card Board, in all colors, Manuscript Covers, Adding Machine Paper, and Typewriter Ribbons. THE COURIER OFFICE Phone 21