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made shoes, latest styles, $3.50 to $5.
Hawes $3 Hat in all the new shades and shapes. .
We extend an invitation to everybody to .visit our Men's Furnishing Goods Department. It is com
plete and running over with new goods of the very latest styles. No obligation to buy. Give us a call.
BALTZER DODDS D. G. CO., Incorporated
. river riling.
;!?rson, of Medley, was
Locuit Grove Ii
11': Irawford was in Hickman,
- . S pplOR.
-g and hunting are the
. ns now.
White went to 0' Bryan's
!.f"T !at. fin hii.in.
-y and Al McDade had
l- t - vharletton, last week.
of East Prairie, wai
rhood last week,
wsited the home of J.
26th, leaving a fine
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M C iung attended church,
accompanied by Miss
neral and Chief of
amE. Micklehas Issued
, 'mivmv, litis IliUCU
if ah- h-a'?aarten of the United
ra'e Vterans the followlncr
terans the following
i by command of Gener
A Evani, Commander
ieril commanding an-
f-nci - lt( accordinir to the cm
h7,.7f' f r5 in force. hlch leaves
commanding and the
commanders the fixing
.Ja,'rfhe reunion, the nine
r r,:A " reD'on of the United
I r r Memphis, Tenn.,on
8, 9 8, jo, 1909( Tuegday(
Ei-ihh day hav'"8 been
-"cur host as satisfactory.
"( thr.VOpen their doors and
U f tL . wmeueracy to par
:k!iJr,ho,f3,taUly hlle the
Pi r? citizen, of Mem.
Kr ts be their guests."
For a Third Term.
It is announced In his home paper.
the Gazette, that Hon. Joe Jackson
who for two terms has repretented
the Legislative District of Fulton
and Hickman counties Is a candidate
for a third consecutive term In the
Lower House. The rule and cus
tom that formerly prevailed alternat
ed the claims of the counties of that
and many other districts of the
State. If Uncle Joe can please all
his partisan consitltency so much
better than his predecessors, a num
ber of whom were hardly allowed to
return home after adjournment, he is
entitled to tome manner of promo
tion. Mayfield Mirror.
Hickman's business men will lose
in the neighborhood of $8,000 dur
ing this and next week by reason of
lacking enough enterprise to build a
levee to protect West Hickman. At
the same ratio, the luxury of doing
without a little wall of dirt around
this part of town for the next ten
years will cost in the neighborhood
$80,000. Had there been a levee to
protect the Mengel Box Factory,
they would not nave ciosea aown
Tuesday, thus throwing 450 to 500
men out ot employment, to say
nothing of the damage sustained by
property owners. How long win
we sleep on this proposition How
long will we continue to strain at a
financial gnat and swallow a camel?
We have already lost many times
what a levee would cost. If some
West Hickman property owner is
too short to do his part, pass him
up and go on with the city s best
Attorney A. M. Tyler says he
will buy a bunch of goats and pas
ture them on the hill north of his
home if the stook law is knocked
If you get a sample copy of the
Courier its an Invitation to subscribe
Commercial-Appeal and Courier one
year for $1.25
Dave Morgan has moved to the
residence he recently purchased
from the Boston heirs in lust Hick
Miss Florence Winter, of Fulton,
is the guest of relatives here.
leap whtn 1
Ukiuh my feet find meiuur with IU
Th bird know when the friend ther love
Vor I am known to them, both srt
The flower that on the lonelr hlllelde
Kiperta me ther when aprlns IU bloom
And many tree and buah my wander
And e'en the elouda and atlent atara of
For ha who with hie Maker walka aright.
Shall be their lord aa Adam waa before,
Hla ear ehall catch each aound with new
lilt objret wear the drtaa that then It
And he, aa when erect In eoul ha atood.
Hear from hla Father Up that all It
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Pulton Cir
cuit Oourt, January term. Jnn, 3. 1 W.
Jim Wllllarai, I'lalntllT. vt. Utile Wil
TMtcMo coming on to hehenrd at thlt
term of the court and rcmilarlr called for
trial 1 submitted to lhe Court for trial, and
1 la tried by the Oourt and the Court being
tultlclently Hdvlttnl from the. pleading and
. pnperaon file and the proof offered In tho
ciue, doth lutjudge that the prayer of tho
plaintiffs petition l grunted: that the
1 plaintiff, Jim Williams Is granted and glr
fen a dlorco alumlute from the bonds of
matrimony with the defendant. Little Wll
llamh and Is given a divorce and nil the
i rights and privileges of an unmarried mnn
'and thlt case It ordered stricken from the
Attest) J. W. Jlorrls.Olerk.
Don't pay house rent when you
can own your own home much cheap
er. See us for town lots Hickman
Courier Realty Co.
I Local M
Go to Hickman Drug Co. for your
Mrs. L. D. Perry was a Union
City visitor Monday.
LOST Odd Fellow watch charm.
Reward. Return to this office.
D. B. Wilson made a business
trip to Union City, Monday.
Prompt service, low prices and
good groceries at C. H. Moore's.
FOR SALE Good mixed hay.
Apply to W. B. Clark at State Line,
orE C. Rice, Hickman. 4p
J. W Jackson and wife returned to
their home at Clinton, Sunday, after
spendlngseveral days with Mrs.Mit
tie King, mother of the latter.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Reds eggs (15) for setting,
S1.50. Splendid layers. Mrs. G.
B. Threlkeld, State Line, Ky.
The Columbus and Clinton road
is impassible on account of the high
water in Obion creek. Rural route
No. 2 out of Clinton has had no
mail delivered this week.
Miss Rebecca Cain, of Milan,
Tenn., will have charge of Baltzer
& Dodds millinery department this
season. She arrived here last week,
and is said to be one of the best
trimmers in the state.
W. H. Baltzer returned Saturday
form St. Louis, where he has been
In the wholesale markets. Read
their announcement in this issue.
This progressive firm is noted for
always having the season's latest
Hans B. Hansons, a farmer of
Mondovi, Wis , murdered his four
children, a baby and three girls.
He followed this quadruple crime by
stabbing several horses and cows,
fired the barn and house and then
cut his own throat.
Joe Cantillion, the baseball mag
nate, who has recently opened a
home here with his trainer, Wm.
Tucker, left for Chicago Saturday
wher-i he goes to join his Washing
ton American League "Senators"
who are to go tc San Antonio Texas,
for spring practice.
The jury in the case of Walker
Duncan, who was defendant in a
$10,000 damage suit, brought by
Mrs. Newton Hazelett, widow of
the man whom Duncan killed in an
alleged night rider raid In Shelby
county lart summer, failed to agree.
It stood six for acquittal and six for
Love is the only bow on life's
dark cloud. It is the morning and
evening star. It shines on the babe,
and sheds its radiance on the quiet
tomb, poet, patriot and philosopher.
It is the air and light of every heart;
builder of every home ; kindler of
every fire on the hearth ; it was the
first dress of immortality. It fills
the world with melody, for music is
the voice of love. Love is the
magician the enchanter that charges
worthless things to joy, aod makes
right royal queens and kings of
common clay. It is the perfume of
that wonderful flower, the heart,
and without that sacred passion,
divine swoon, we are less than
beasts ; but with it earth is heaven
and we are gods. Ingersoll.
Run Away Like Horse.
The most unique runaway that
ever occurred tn West Kentucky
happened here Saturday Alex
Willingham, aged 25, a resident of
Bayou De Cheln bottom, drove to
Fulton on a business trip. Neither he
nor his horse had ever seen a train.
When he saw a train approaching
the man was terrified and leaped
irom his buggy He unhitched his
horse from the vehicle, tied the
animal to a telephone pole, and,
grasping the buggy shafts, fled down
the street. In his terror Willing
ham turned to retrace his steps
across the railroad track and the
train barely missed striking the
buggy. Willingham's terror increas
ed and not until the buggy collided
with a post did he stopped running.
One wheel of the buggy was de
molished by the collision and the
vehicle was further damaged by
Willingham's frantic efforts to jerk
if free. Bystanders caught and
held Willingham untill his terror
suosided. Fulton Leader.
The Courier can find a buyer for
your real estate. See us.
To whom it may concern: That
on Saturday the 6th day of March,
iyuy, at 9 :30 a m. there will be a
meeting of the Poplar Grove Ceme
tery Association, at Poplar Grove
for the purpose of examining the
financial standing of the Association
and the election of officers for the
ensuing year. A full attendance h
G. B, Threlkeld, Pres.
J. W. Ballow, Sec'y.
Two thousand pampered dogs
were exhibited in New a York bench
show. Nearly that many men can
be found in the bread line every
night Louisville Herald.
Well isn't this just another sam
ple of your glorious Republican prosperity?
Cowgill's fountain is the only
place you can get REX. Call for it
Print by Request
Mix the following by shaking well
in a bottle, and take in teaspoonful
dose after meals and at bedtime:
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
ounce; compound Kargon, one
ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa-
rilla, three ounces, A local drug
gist is the authority that these sim
ple, harmless ingredients can be ob
tained at nominal cost from our
The mixture is said to cleanse and
strengthen the clogged and inactive
Kidneys, overcoming Backache,
Bladder weakness and Urinary
trouble of all kinds if taken before
the stage of Bright's disease.
Those who have tried this' say it
postitively overcomes pain in the
back, clears the urine of sediment
and regulates urination, especially
at night, curing even the worst forms
of bladder weakness.
Every man or woman hear who
feels that the kidneys are not strong
or acting in a healthy manner should
mix this prescription at home and
give it a trial, as it is said to do
wonders for many persnns.
Our business has nearly doubled
in the past twelve months. That's
one good sign that our groceries are
the best in. town. C. H. Moore.
Just the Suit Vou
Want for Spring...
The man doesn t live who could possibly de
sire anything in the way of a fashionable Spring
Suit that isn't included in our magnificent
showing. Practically every pattern we show is
exclusive with us. When it comes to fit, our
clothes reach the final height of perfection. Just
drop in and see for yourself.
Bradley & Parham