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By OCTAVE THANET
Author of "The Man of the Hour." etc.
Illustrations by Weil
iPTA 7"T? TTJ A TvTT?T"C -f
I Thp T .inn's Shnrp" is n thor
oughly readable story. It will
be found satisfying by the
reader who likes a talc of plot and
incident sharply and well told. It has
good characters and good dialogue,
It is entertaining by reason of its
abundant puzzle: by the skillful build
ing of this and by the equally skillful
dissection and elucidation of it. We
have read it with entire and unusual
interest and gratification. It is all right.
A fine detective story. New Yorh Sun.
The press of the entire country has
been enthusiastic in its praise.
The Opening Installment Is in
This Issue. Do JVo Miss It.
ALL ! S0RTS44ky
Two Million Workmen Loafing.
From various reliable sources re
ports reach us that in this country
there are more idle workmen than at
any time previous in the history of
the country, resident uompers ol
the American Federation of Labor
new asserts that since October, 1907,
mere than 2,000,000 American wage
aracjs have been walking the streets
who were employed before that time.
R, S. Murrsli returned frost a
short visit in Louisville, Monday.
In regard to the report in circu
lation about the one or two cases of
smallpox at Fulton, the Leader says :
'The smallpox scare Is premature
and there is nothing to warrant the
exaggerated reports, that the dread
disease has a firm foothold in Ful
ton. However, guard your own
Interest, the interest of your family
and city by being vaccinated at
Gasoline at the Courier Office.
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President Taft 1
Garden s e e d. Bettersworth &
Moving pictures every night. at
Jim Somers, of Union' City, spent
Change of Program every night
at the Lyric.
F. T. Randle went to "Fulton
Edgar Naylor spent Sunday in
East Prairie, Mo.
W. H. Spradlin, ot Union City,
was here Sunday.
Good carnations now at. 75c ' .See
Miss Frankye Reid.
- J. T. Perkins, of Martin, was here
Saturday on business.
Tlm'Jackson, of Clinton, was here
Saturday on business.
Clarence Reed spent' Sunday In
Fulton with home folks.
F. M. Creed, of Gale, Oklahoma,
is visiting relative here.
Darnell Wright went to -Union
City, Sunday afternoon.
REX Phosphate hits the spot.
Calt for It at Cowgill's. ..
Robert DeBow spent Sunday with
home folks near Union City.
T. J. Malone and wife, of Union
City, spent Sunday in the city.-
W. F. Montgomery and wife spent
Sunday in the country with relatives.
Mrs. Bettie Travis, who has been
quite sic, is reported as some better.
The Courier and the weekly Commercial-Appeal
one year for $1.25.
Mrs. Nannie Crawford, of Dorena
Mo., was here, Saturday, shopping.
Onion sets and garden seed of
every description at Bettersworth &
T. E. Fuqua is in St. Louis this
week, purchasing goods for Fuqua
Helm cc lo.
Hickman Drug Co. handles' ihe
best line of garden seed to be found
in the county.
A. G. Kimbro and iamily spent
Friday and Saturday with relatives
Satisfaction or money refunded
Carl Schmidt, the Tailor,, over
Rice's Shoe Store.
C. H. Moore, the grocer, wants a
share of your trade. His goods and
and prices are both right.
Mrs. Alice Amberg attended the
Mardi Gras at Hew Orleans, and
visited relatives in that city.
See the Hickman Courier Realty
Company's list of real estate bar
gains, elsewhere in tnls issue.
Tuesday evening Miss Marie Bre
vard entertained a few friends at
five hundred. A salad course war
Are you going to have a garden
this year? Buy your seed from the
Hickman Drug Co., if you want the
Arch DeBow ent to Louisville,
Thursday, where he spent a few
days on business with the Mengel
Miss Pauline Caldwell left for Pa
ducah, Sunday, where she has ac
cepted a position in one of the de
Capt. H. A- Tyler entertained a
few friends at a week end house
party in honor of Mi Lyndjay, of
Miss Virginia Shumate, of New
bern, Tenn., is the guest of her
cousin, Mrs. Allison Tyler, and oth
er relatives here.
Don't do without callinir card
any longer, Everybody else has
mem. rrintea or engraved at
reasonable price at this o ffice.
Have vour summer clothes rheml
cally cleaned now, and have them
reaay tor taster. uan Schmidt,
the Tailor, over Rice's Shoe Store.
Miss Utie Parham left Monday
for St. Louis. From there she goes
to Leland, Miss,, to accept a posi
tion in a large millinery establishment.
Mr. Lyndsay was the honoree of
card parly given Wednesday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Moore. There were four tables and
progressive five hundred played.
The ladles first prize, a box of
chocolatsj, was won by Mrs. A. A.
Stone, and the gentlemen's first
prise, a box of cigars, by Clarence
Reed. In the cut made for the
consolation, the ladies prize, a box
of chocolates, was won by Miss
Frankye Reid and the gentlemen's
prize, small box of cigars' by Arch
DeBow. Ire cream, cake and salted
nuts were served.
Roads In Had Shape.
There is much complaint, aoout
the condition of the roads in many
sections of Fulton county. The
roads in some sectlonsMiave not been
worked as well as It Is thought they
should be. It is claimed that the
labor that is put on the roads in
many parts of the county it not done
at the proper time and in many
instances It means labor wasted. In
the summer or early fall Is the time
to work the roads so that they may
become well settled before the winter
and spring rains.
There is a bad hole east of Hick
man and one west, which makes it
Impossible for the farmer to reach
this city with a loaded wagon. It
would be money in our pockets, as
business men of the town, to pay the
cost of fixing these two quagmires.
Nanny Lillian, infant daughter of
Mr and Mis. Chas. Rutter, born
Dec. 21, 1908, died Feb. 5, 1909.
Our little flower has gone to see
her brother in heaven with Jesns,
our Saviour. Oh, how we miss our
little darling, bul God will take rare)
ot her until he calls his children
home. Won't that be a happy meet
ing when we get there with our loved
ones. So let us be prepared when
Another little lamb has gone,
To dwell with him who gave.
Another little darling babe
It sheltered in the grave.
God needed one more angel child
Amidst his shining band,
And so he bent with loving smile
And clasped our darling's hand.
Now a Blue Rose.
In Germany they haveprotuced
a new climbing rose called the "Veil
chenblau," which is said to be the
long looked for blue rose. The col
or on first unfolding is purplish pink,
then turns amethyst, and finally steel
blue as the flower fades. The gen
eral color is that of the March violet.
The stamens are yellow and the plant
is a vigorous grower. As imported
into this country, they cost S3. 00
apiece, with the warning that it does
not pretend to be a perfect blue rose.
The ladles of the euchre club were
entertained Tuesday afternoon by
Mrs. C B Travis at the home of
Mrs. Ed Prather. The first prlre, a
scrap box, was won by Mrs. A, A
Faris, the consolation, a picture, by
Mrs. Lowry Stone, and the gueit
prize, a buoch of jonquils, was given
to Mrs. Will Bailey, of Louisville.
Jce cream and cake were served.
conservatively mannged, yet sufficiently intcrcU
in the WELFARE nnd UPBUILDING 0f nK
COMMUNITY to help in the work. tK, ksndS
n bank YOU wnnt to use for the prot it M ,nj
safety of YOUR MONEY. '
The personal interest of the officprQ
and directors of THIS BANK in tL
upbuilding of our community is well
YOUR ACCOUNT is none too siru!! rnr too
large, to receive the' careful attention v.c give to
the accounts now on our books. (,o:,j man
open an account with us, it is to your ir.t'rrst and.
we shall be glad to have you with us
THE HICKMAN BANK
-OLDEST BANK IK PULTON COUNTY
Capital and Surplus, $05,000.00
Death at Madrid Bend.
Mrs. Cross, wife of S. J. Cross,
at Madrid Bend, died Saturday, af
ter a lingering illness of consump
tion. She is lurvived by her hus
band and six children. Durial took
place at Hawkins graveyard. De
ceased was a neice of Dr. J. R.
Adams, and was a good woman.
John Roper laid down S745 In
cold cash for the II. Deitsel saddle
horse last week, but he says the
horse is a barealn at that figure.
And he's a beauty, too. 1
I have a fine red Durham bull
which I will stand at S1.00, cash
with servile. M. A. McDanlel. 4p
Hickman Lodt 761
P. 4 A. I
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A. M., will meet k . ff . ircrsa
nlcation next Mc , r ttu' J5
Visiting brothers, r .7 &
D. Owkhs, Se' 'y
Work In E. A. ar M Ji fpu
1 lie v.uui ici w 1 sc ' 1 Liici
good correspond:.' ' rcrrt&x
umrici in me c . li.' 17.
ov. its th nam rf f " t -f hit
who might tU thiir."
T. A. Cotton has nrved t:U'
Steve Stahr procn'y TrcrAn
' HULLS MIMLS
ftfvf"Wiri fi)Api4 have more nutritive value than common
VUI,UI1 OCt;U IIUII9 hay. which costs 50& more. more
convenient to handle, is perfectly free from dust or foreign mnttcr and is healthful
Cotton Seed Meal
is the moA concentrated and nchrf. frcd
value of corn and four times that of wheat bran, while its cos! is about the sane and
for feeding cattle nnd milch cows will reduce your feed bills nnd give better results.
TtlP iVIlYPrl Fststrl fpnns a "Palanced Ration," giving lcttir rrsuk
MC I IIACU t:t:U (increasing milk and butter production in cowi
nnd flesh, fat and general condition in all other animals) than
Ann flfcliflr FaaiI in The WnrlH I
mmmj vvmvb m fti MV IIWitM
Let us Supply You With Cotton Seed Meal and Hulk NOW I
is increasing, and dairymen should take advantage of the remarkably low pners
being asked for this produdt, and purchase their winter supply immediately A
ture of cotton seed hulls and cotton seed meal makes one of the bcit feeds known to
the stock-raising and dairy mduslry. This is THE BEST feed in the world I lew
ing Sheep, Cattle, Milch Cows, Horses, Mules, Hogs and Poultry.
For Sale By the wagon load at the Oil Mill, nnd in less quantities by nil "f l,,e
Grocery Stores in Hickman, ' '
RICHMOND & BOND CO.