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We Cover 8,500 Square Ft. of Floor Sp
We cover 8500 square feet of floor space in our store and
ware-houses. It has been said "if you go to Hickman, you
can't get what you want." Take it back ! We know we've
the BEST hardware and. implements that's made. We are a
little CHEAPER than any house in Tennessee or Kentucky.
Why? Because we buy it just as cheap as John D. Rockefeller
could, and have the world beat on freight rates. If you dont
believe we're talking sense, just give us a chance to prove it
Hickman Hardware Company, Incorporated
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sii n at Fultton, this
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f A ! Walker, paitor of the
I 1 1 -rch, at Ciyce, wai a
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u .i T al inn onice, iuc-
L...' . ' n credit. Pay cash
- f r-.J foods al 'ovr prices."
! I" - '?ew Cash Store and see
P L LraJy left Sunday night
'L L -ii, where he will purchase
rgf L f spring goods for the
2": .f r of Bradley 4: Par-
Re W M Metheny will preach
'-i..v .ted to come out and
Vm t-j r r neighborhood town
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1 " I ' I rabbe ha announced
Ku-uy Educational axso-
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i ftacr at Estill Springs, Ir-
Her ii.araEes are offered this
ever before, Including
c.ai n'fj at the hotels and in
- ..i-.iicj, anu iree use of the
:! bailrscu, tennis courts, etc.
uiau uc secured.
Pl,t f M L Blaney will spealc
-.aayna m., at the Chris-
r the subject, "The
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nt 1 ':,,1hMflope of heaven
-'r 'jtJHS should henr thta
rncn T US hM a forcc of
rji.'' : 'nctl0f work now prep-
'M '.iiKtn a huge electric
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f'r m 'he rivir nni .!.
Mr,-, ;r or Vards- A
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4!!,.;, ,, WU IouMe4 by
Amateur Musical Club.
The Amateur Musical Club met
with Mrs. C. F. Baltzer, Monday
evening and a very inleresting pro
gram was rendered. The Club will
meet with Miss Mary Waters on
Following is the program.
Ijfn nml Worku if Ooimiir MIm lrl
IMoiio-Hf lirrUiiu. MiMkimkl Mr. ('.
Vixnl lurtl Jll,r Jolinalon and KuqMit.
Vocal-Hlretml-Mlka Mry Vlrr.
Awnkrnlnv MUi MarKUxrltr Ku-
Itnnu Soliml MIk Jolinttini.
Church Social and Grand Rally.
On Thursday evening at 6 o'clock
the members of the Christian church
and their friends will hold , a social
at their church to which all are in
vited. Lunch will be served free. A sil
ver offering, however, will be ac
cepted. This is to be a grand rally, and a
good social time is promised. Come
out and enjoy yourself. You are
welcome, and your presence is hearti
J. C. Speight, of May field, in the
First district, is an applicant for the
Owensboro collectorship to succeed
E. T. Franks.
"THE LOST BRIDE"
At the Opera House,
Tuesday Night, February 2nd
By ladies of Episcopal Church
CAST OF CHARACTERS:
.Miss Louise Atwood
C. P. Shumate
A. M. Tyler
.Miss Irene Faris
Baron . .,
Bride's Maid Misses Annie Cowgill and Mayme Naylor
Groomsmen Harold DeBow and Warren Ellison
Ringbearer Miss Analynn Dodds
Pages Misses Celeste Roberts and Anneta Dodds
Housekeeper '. Miss Marie Brevard
Guests Mrs. Chas. Travis, Mrs. H. N. Cowgill, Miss
Nell Rogers, Mrs A. M. Tyler and escorts.
Maidsof-Honor ..Mrs. T. T. Sf ayne and Mrs. F. S. Moore.
Receiving Lady T - Mrs H. F. Remley
May Queen Miss Ruth Walker
Twelve Harp Girls.
Sixteen Garland Girls.
Twelve May Queen Attendants
Today at noon the Cuban people j
were given their liberty and will be j
allowed to govern themselves. Ever 1
since May, 1902 the Americans ,
have been in control. 1
Since the Law and Ordef League
was organized, there is a decided
change for the better in the moral
tone of the city, especially noticeable
on Saturday and Saturday night.
The first fleet of Pittsburg coal to
pass Hickman since June 230 days
came by Saturday, towed by the
Oakland and Jno. B. Findlay. The
two carried about eighty barges,
heavily loaded. River business is
beginning to pick up now so that it
looks likeold tines.
Mrs. G. L. Carpenter is quite sick
Will Clevidence, of Wolf Island,
was in this vicinity, Saturday.
Mrs. Farmer and children, of Mai
den, are visiting relatives here.
W. C. Bryant, of East Prairie, is
in the neighborhood, on business.
Sam Lee and wife, of Medley,
visited Mrs. Byasse last Sunday.
Misses Maud Townsend and Lil
lian Hall were in Hickman, Satur
Clarence White and T. L. Mc
Clain transacted business in Charles
ton, last week.
Some young people from here at
tended the Pie Supper Friday night,
at James Bayou.
Messrs. De Fields and Vaughn,
of East Prairie, are in the neighbor,
hood buying cattle.
Rev. Gray, of Columbus, preach
ed to the people of Locust Grove
Sunday and Sunday night.
Jno. Primrose and Arthur Perry
man, of Kenton, were here last week,
visiting the family of Mr. Byassee.
The people of Locust Grove are
going to organize a Sunday school
the first Sunday in February. Every
body invited to attend.
Miss Jessie Green, Route 1, and
W. D. Wade, Route 2, are new sub
Chas. Rudder has a very sick
Cairo and Paducah are reported
to have small pox.
Judge W. A. Naylor and family
spent Sunday with Cayce relatives.
Mrs. John Cotton returned Satur
day from Union City where she has
been visiting her mother.
The hottest day we ever felt for
the time of the year was Saturday.
The temperature ran up to 81 in the
The New Dry Goods and Special
ly Cash Store opens Saturday with a
house full of bargains. You are in
vited to come and see.
A. A. Faris informs us that the
Hickman Ice & Coal Co. will receive
a. barge of Pittsburg coal the latter
part of the week.
Don't forget the preaching ser
vices every Thursbay night at 7
'clock at the Chapel in West Hick
man. Kev. waters will interest
Dignity of Style-Plus
ALL WOOL FABRICS-PLUS POPULAR PRICE
THESE, are the three most prominent
features in International made-to-order
Clothes-which if added together,
make a total of matchless service, -:-
Every Inch of Cloth
used in the making of
is ALL WOOL
and nothing but wool I
The cheapest as ivell as Ihe most eipenshe fabric in the line Is
GUARANTEED AS SUCH I
THE SPRING LINE, which comprises the
largestVange of patterns and colorings ever shown
in this city, is ready for your inspection. A look
will convince you.
Maid & Naylor
Heard In ?H$tbh
Tho P.rntnrf ,
The court of appeals, in the case
appealed from Sturgis, has decided
that the union of the Cumberland
and Presbyterian churches was legal.
udge Nunn dissenting.
Don't forget we will have an ex-
pert cutter and fitter at our store
next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Have your measure taken now and
get your suit when you want it.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Brandley
The Steamer Peters Lee has been
put back in the Memphis-Cincinnati
trade, and made her first trip up
Saturday, arriving at Hickman about
3 o'clock in the afternoon. The line
has been temporarily suspended since
June, on account of the low stage of
the Ohio river.
An election was held in Mississip
pi County, Missouri, last Saturday
for the purpose of deciding whether
the local option law which has been
in force for five years should con
tinue or be repealed, and by an over
whelming majority those who favored
local option, or the "drys" won by
a vote of 1249 against 498. Three
States was the only precinct without
wet" votes Dorena, 6 "wet
A special from Nashville, Tenn.,
t- r 1
says: k. w. conu, or oaraon,
Tenn.. a hamlet in this county, is
today paying one of the freak wag
ers made on the passage of the
State-Wlde Prohibition Bill in the
Tennessee Legislature. He Is crawl
ing on his hands and knees from his
home seven miles out on the Hydes
Ferry Turn p i k e , to the public
square in the city. He began the
journey at an early hour this morn
Inn. and Is expected to finish late In
wildly, ; n,ltaKaln--s
' the afternoon,