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get your second wind
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a atouti heart, the do
or uw bun-dog ana the
admits you hare failed.
your onuca, Ann wnat?
never give up. If you
be blue; but don't be
to let go.
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a little chap:
to squirm and twlten
mat sxoa the watornui
dewa the' law, '
hurt tho hardest
that aawod tho weed.
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Baltzer & Dodds
Dry Qoods Xp,
THE BUSY STORE"
Time to Save
G-reat July Offering
Ji Great Variety, of Stylish Suits to be Offered at a Price
That Will Certainly Surprise You!
$7.50 BuyB any 19.60 or $8.50 Suit we have
$8.25 ' 10.00
$12.75 " 15.00
High and Iow Shoes, $6.50 and $6.00, Cut to $4.9
A BIG LOT OF
HATS AT MONEY
RAVING PRICES !
One lot of Boys pin check
knee pants while they . . ZZc
Men; Yacht Caps
worth 50o, G56, 76c,
We have a
of. Boys Stylish
Knee Pant '
$6.50 Knee Pant suits S4.75
S.S0 and 5.00 ".ii... 3.90
4.50 and 400 'A.2... 3.35
3 50 .... 2.7S
3.00 m 'r...".M 2.25
2.50 ' .vA..-..1.90
2. SO Wash Suit's?. 1.75
2.00 -k .". 1.45
1.00 " .7v 78c
'75c1 v 60o
We Have Nothing to Give Away But Values !
Buy your calendars at home,
Ira Green was in Cairo Sunday.
Giles Bond has returned to Chat
Shoes need mending? Take to
E-v-r Krisp Cakes and Crackers
at C. H. Moore's
Luther Spalding and Fred Brad.
ley, of Columbus, were he.re Sun
Mrs. Bess Hubbard, of Union
City, visited Mrs. T. T. Swayne last
There is nothing better (or the
chicks than my No. 2 wheat. The
price is right. C. H. Moore.
Mrs. P. E. Overlon and daughter
Mrs. Van Overton, of Nashville, are
the guests of J. P. Hcuiley and
Mrs. Will Flynn and little daugh-
ter, Katie Frank, are visiting Mrs.
Flynn's mother, Alice Caldwell, and
family at Paducah.
An outline locos half its geod if
you go without a Kodak. Helm &
Ellison are exclusive agents "for
Eastman's. They also carry all
kinds of suppliM.
Mr. H. E. Wallace, the Union
City Photographer, has. purchased a
gallery In South Carolina and, will
leave UiUofl City Aug. 15. .Parties
datirUig him te make photographs
oall at onoc. 4-4c
MA.J3STLY AJBOTJT FOLKS YOU KNOW
Order the Courier today.
Tailor shop over Rice's stord
On the Streets
No. 2 Wheat. C. H. Moore.
FOR SALE. Old papers. at this
office 15c a hundred. v
Frank Haas does shoe repairing
of all kinds at Naifeh Bros. Store.
Mr. Jolly, wife and two daughters,
of Martin, were here Sunday even
ing. Mrs. Emma Ward, and baby, of
Walnut Log, are the guests of Mrs..
R. H. Kirk.
Mits Lou 'Montgomery has return?
ed, from a week's visit to relatives
In Union City.
t Try Threlkeld's Eating House
next time If you are hungry you
will be taken care of.
Miss Marie Green returned Sun
day night'from a two weeks1 visit to
Miss Lily Meyer at Cairo, 111.
, Missrs Homer Green and Frankye
Reid visited Capt. Bradley and
family at Columbus Saturday and
Mrs. W. A. Carpenter and baby,
and Miss Lula Carpenter are spend
ing several weeks with relatives at
her former home in McLemoresvllle,
The Courier Realty Co. has a 3
acre track of land at Hickman Junc
tion that we will sell cheap, The
lot kins the iatersewtlen. of the N.'
C. Ict St. L. railroad and the Colum
bus wagon road. Terms to suit
Miss Hehrictta'Faulks, of Dorena,
spent Saturday, and Sunday here.
Arthur Shaw and wife, of State
Line, visited J. R. Brown and family
Will Hubbard, of Fort Vorth,
Texas, visited T. T. Swayne and
family las ,week.
Mrs. Kate Stovall returned to
Jackson Monday, after a visit to
Mrs. Maggie Randle. . ,
Jack Russel has returned to Hick
man after a visit to, relatives at his
former home in Knoxville.
W. H. Baltzer, wife and daugh
ter, Miss Thelma, are spending a
few days at Dawson Springs.
. Mrs. F. S. Moore and daughter,
little Dorothy, have returned from
a visit to friends in Columbus.
Miss Laura McGaugh, of Bernie,
Mo., alter a, visit to J. R. Brown
and family, is visiting relatives in
Mrs Charlie Ferry and son re
turned Sunday from a visit to friends
in Fulton. Charlie Perry spent Sat
urday and Sunday there.
When yeu, see anyone hurrying
up Clinton street, watch and. see if
they don't go tate Halm Xllison's
store thair sda fotMtaln Is just
like a magna. f
Eat at Williams' restaurant.
Miss Annie Lee Brown is visitine
friends at Woodland.
Bob and Hoyt Moore, of Martin,
were in the city Monday,
That good coffee you had last
time came from Bettersworth &.Pra-
All kinds of repairs for sewing
machioes. See Brock, Singer Ma
chine agent, at. Rice's store.
Mrs. Liggon and children have
returned to Union City after a visit
to Misses Luciie and Victoria
C. L. Walker and wife, John S'.
Dillon and wife, R. M. Isler and
wife, went to Columbus Sunday on
Mr. Walker's launch, "Ruth."
The plain reason why we ask for
your patronage is on the grounds of
having the largest stock, choicest
goods and lowest prices, Helm &
Get ray "Book No. 4 For Women."
It will give weak women many val
uable suggestions of relief and with
strictly confidential medical advice
is entirely free, simply write Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis, The Book No.,
4Hells all about Df. Shoop's Night
Lure and now these soothing, heal
iog, antiseptic suppositories oan be
successfully applied to correct these
weaknesses. Write for the hook.
The Night Cure is sold by all deal
ilr liiliitiiiiili IiiBi -.i..a..i
I I I I l,,""""paiiiiiiittiB,
Case cleans clothes. '
Try the Courier's Want Cetera
Threlkeldfs for hot and oold
Threlkeld's Eating - House. op
Get the habit of trading atuBet-
ersworth & Prather's.
Hickman has three cotton Kias
the only three in the" state.
I make all kinds ot alfnraflnno nn
clothing. Casei the tailor. .
Mrs. Avee Journey beean teach
ing at Sycamore Chapel, July 6.
FOR SALE Good Timothy Hav. .
$6 a ton In rick. J. P. Thomas.-
Route 4'. "6-4tc
Crushed Oyster Shells. Grit.
Wheat Chops, Puriaa Chick .feed.'
at C. H. Moore's.
Mrs. R. Y. McConnell, of .Rote
3, is visiting her soni 'Dr. H. '1.
Prather, in Louisville.
H. B. Freeman and wife, of Ful- K
ton, was here Saturday to attend
the funeral of J. H. Dodds. j .
Tetleys Tea at Moore's. When
the best tea costs less than a . half
cent' a cup why not have it? ,
Next to the attar of roses.-the'
most valuable perfume is oil of jas-- v
mine, which is quoted at $580 a
The Somali soldier keeps himself
in perfect fighting condition on a diet
of nuts. He eats only 20 a day,
but they are a very ncurshlng k'iad. .
Nearly all medical men in West"
ndies advise the wearing of thin
woolen and no cotton underwear.
Many persons wear "cholera belts"
"The Courier 'prlnfs'the Democra
tic platform in full this week, on
page three. It will be well enough
to read all and become acquainted
witnjhe issues. -
Alex. NalfeH was in Fulton "last' "
Saturday. His brother, ,Far'is,"who .
is managing the store belonging to
the Naifeh Bros. Dry Goods Co.. at
that place, has been sick.
Jno. A. McClure, one of the Slate
Lecturers sent out by the Depart-'.
ment of Agriculture, spent. Sunday
at his home in Hickman. Institutes
fwill be held in Mayfield and Padu
cah this week.
STRAYED OR STOLEN Two .
year-old befer calf, hole in right
ear and split in left ear, white spot
in forehead, red and white snnttrH.
crumpled horns. Notify Martha ;
Kice Hickman, Ky.
When a man makes the air blue.
with Sunday school words because
his gas engine wont run, there is one ,
o"f two1 things wrong "his engine is
either out of fix or he has gasoline
that wont test up to the standard.
The Courier sells; gasoline the kind
tnai win siana ine test, it its our
kind you are using fix the engine.
The cotton and corn crops are
looking exceptionally well just now.
Wi J. Harper, of near town, says
he will make twice as much corn per
acre as he did last year. T. A.
Ledford has 70 acres of cotton
which he says will begin to open by
week after next, and that the cotton ,
in the bottom is as fine as he ever,
saw. Inese things are the best in
dications of prosperity. Keep your
eye on us this fall and winter:
On account of the recent flood in
the South, there is reported to be
300 people in a remote section of
Mississippi who are almost starving
for want of food. Some of the rich
men of that section who could easily
supply the needs of those helpless
folks by contributing an amount that'
they would scarcely miss frpm their
vast hoard of money, were appealed
to but refused to assist in alleviating
the great suffering. The United
States government finally took the
matter in hand and ordered rations
supplied to the food victims for 30
Take your prescriptions to
Cowgill's Drug Store
where they will be filled by
a REGISTEREQ PHARMA
CIST at any hour
- Day or Night
Cowgill's Drug Store