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Saturday is "BARGAIN Day" and its your buying opportunity. Some extra
special prices on these articles advertised. Things you want and need at prices
never before offered. We are bound to convince you that our store is the place
for you. You'll be interested not only in these "SATURDAY SPECIALS" but in
all the other "GOOD THINGS" at "RIGHT PRICES."
Following Specials for Saturday, May 22, only. Sale Begins Promptly at 9 a. m,
16 inch Jnp Steel Waiter ., , 9c
1 0x1 5 Sheet Steel Drip Pnn 9c
3 qt. Tin Covered Bucket 9c
Comb Dipper and Strainer 9c
3 qt. Granite Milk Pan 9c
1 qt. Family Dipper 9c
2 qt. Graduated Measure 9c
1 8 inch Steel Kitchen Spoon 9c
Large Soup Strainer 9c
2 qt. Coffee Pot : 9c
6 qt. Flaring Pail . 9c
Large Meat Dish
In white and gold, also flor
10-inch Salad Bowls
New shapes, artistic designs, assorted
decorations, solid and
combination lustre tints
angc. 50c values.
Full finished crystal,
brilliant patterns, table
sizes, assorted designs,
lesigns, E wk
All sizes and designs.
7-piece Gelery Set
Best quality heavy crystal, rich deep
design, brilliantly fin
ished. Set comprises BT C
one tan uouuic nnnuic
holder, six celery dips.
Saturday only .
Round shapes on Colonial
stem foot, rich deep cut de
signs, both brilliantly finish
ed and fire polished.
Plates, Cups, Saucers, King
Fluted Nappies, &c
8 1-2 Prescut Berry Bowl
Hardwood Towel Roller
10 inch Feather Duster.
White Cottage Poles
Full size Hammer
Full Size Hatchet-
I lb. Can Talcum Powder .
AH sizes, assorted colors
9 a. m.
THE BOOK & NOVELTY STORE
J. E. NAYLOR COMPANY
Aluminum Tooth Pick Holder
Aluminum Cake and Jelly Moulds 9c
Aluminum Ten Strntners
Egg Beaters .
9 o.. m.
ALL s S0RTS44iv$
REO Cowgill's Drug
Motion pictures every night at the
REO best drink on the market
Steam fixtures of all kinds at Cot
ton & Adams.
Floyd Naylor spent Sunday with
friends in Fulton.
Miss Nada Crowford, of Dcrena.
Mo , was here Saturday.
Rev. Batey, of Martin, was here
several days last week.
W. C. Dornan spent Sunday and
Monday in Dyersburg with relatives.
We aiake a specialty of metal
roofing. See us about it. Cotton &
Miss Lucile Bondurant left Satur
day on a visit to friends in Nash
FQR SALE Good gentle driving
and saddle horse, 8 years old. J.
H Pollock. 45-tfc
FOR SALE Boxing' and rough
lumber, SS per thousand. Mengel
Box Company. 43tf
The Fulton Leader is clamoring
for two weeks circuit court in Ful
ton instead of-one.
The best coffee in the world for
20c a pound. We can prove it.
Bettcrsworth & Parther.
Miss Victoria Bondurant will be
home in a few days from Lexington,
where she has been in school.
Miss Estelle Reneau spent from
Friday until Sunday with Miss
Mary Kelley, near Fulton.
On the second page we publish a
good likeness and brief history of
Bishop Galloway, who died last
week. Read it.
By oversight last week the Cour
ier failed to mention Miss Virginia
Luten among the list of teachers elec
ted for next year. 1
Circuit Court Notes.
In the Circuit Court, at Fulton.
last week, Mrs. Jennie Moore, of
Fulton, was given $1,250 damages
in her suit against Ed Webb. She
was run down and seriously injured
by Webb's automobile last fall
The case will be appealed.
John Thompson was awkrded S47
damages against Frank Twigg.
They become involved in a suit over
the killing of a fine bird dog. The
verdict was a compromise.
In the case of Mrs. . L Cathey
against Drs. J. R. and Horace Lu-
ten, in which the plaintiff asked $3.
000 damages for alleged careless
medical treatment in setting a brok
en arm, a verdict was rendered for
S. W. Paris was given a judg
ment of $24 against L. W. Burton.
Little 5-year-old Artie Dupree.
who was run down by an I. C. engine
in Fulton last year having both of
her feet crushed off, was given S2,-
000 damages, the full amount ask
ed. The report of the Grand Jury.
delivered by Foreman Geo. Carpen
ter, contained 17 indictments.
Jim Eaton, who killed Walter
Ladd at Fulton last fall, was indict
on charge of voluntary manslaugh
ter. He will be tried at next term
of court. Bond $500.
John Whitson, formerly a tele
graph operator at Fulton, was indict
ed on charge of embezzlement. He
is alleged to have made way with
$75 which he collected from Mrs.
Lee McClain was indicted on
charge of larceny. Bond $500.
A number of indictments were re
turned for bootleggers.
Jas. Sweeney charged with rob
bing Chas. Morris, was given a
sentence of three years in the peril,
Frank Ferringer was indicted for
complicity in the murder of the
Walker family of neeroes. which
occurred last summer four miles
southwest of Hickman. Ferringer
was the state's star witness in the
Obion county night rider cases, and
is at present confined in jail at
Nashville, where he is being held
for safe keeping until the filial trial
of the night riders. This ruffian is
well known here, having developed
a criminal record before the night
rider troubles ever occurred, and his
usual manner of confessing will likely
cause some sensations when he is
put in the "sweat box."
Mr. Farmer : Make your home as
modern for your family as a city
residence. You can do this by in
stalling a telephone and connecting
with the Cumberland Telephone fit
Telegraph Company Special terms
for farmers. For further informa
tion, call the manager of the
Cumberland Telephone &
Telegraph Company, (Incorporat
ed). Contractor J. H. Provow is now
finishing up his tenth new house
since January 1. The last two are for
M. B. Shaw, in West Hickmau.
Unveiling Well Attended.
Elm Camp No. J, W.O. W., held
unveiling ceremonies at the city
cemetery Sunday afternoon in
memory of departed sovereigns Jas.
Miles and Carter Sudberry.
The service was largely attended
by Woodmen and their friends, and
the program exceptionally well exe
cuted. John T. Dillon was master
of ceremonies. Addresjes were de
livered by Hon. II. F Remley and
Rev. J. W. Waters; the beautiful
poem "Oh, Why Should the Spirit
of Mortal be Proud" was read by
Miss Frankye Reid ; and vocal music
was furnished by the Robley Quar
tette, of Atlanta, Ga.
The monuments to the deceased
Woodmed were dedicated in due
form and in an impressive manner.
Dr. McKeel has returned to May-
field after a visit to D. B. Wilson
Miss Dottie Davidson returned
Friday from Nashville where she
has been attending Belmont College.
Fulton Commercial Sold.
The Fulton Commercial, owned
and edited by the late Judge P W.
Green, was sold Thursday to R. S.
Williams, Bailey Huddleston and
Mack Roach, who took charge of the
paper that date. Williams, who for
the past six years has been manager
of the Fulton Daily Leader, will oc
cupy a similar position on the Com
merical. Huddleston will wield the
pen, having had several years' ex
perience on the Leader staff. Roach
who was a candidate for represent!
tive in the last election will not be
actively connected with the paper.
This is the third newspaper to be
sold in that city within as many
weeks. It seems that the journalls
tic affairs of Fulton are rather un
settled at present.
Here's wishing all the boys suc
On the Streets
A quick and powerful remedy is needed to break up an attack of croup.
Sloan's Liniment has cured many cast of croup- It acta instantly when
applied both inside and outside of the throat It breaks up the phlegm, re
duces the inflammation, and relieves the difficulty of breathing.
gives quick relief In all cases of asthma, bronchitis, sore- throat, tonslllUs,
and pains in the chest. Vrlee, Wc so-. '"l bijoo.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, Mass.
Hickman Lodge 761
F. & A. M.
Hickman Lodge No. 761, F. &
A. M.. will meet In regular rnmtnn.
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nication next Monday night at 7 :ju.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
H. C. Helm, Master.
D. Owens, Sec'y.
Work in F. C. Degree
Our merchants are having a fine
trade this Spring. Almost daily,
the streets are crowded with wagons,
buggiesand carriages, bringing In
people from the country. There Is
no better place than Hickman to bjy
goods worth the money.
We offer Onu Hundred Dollar lleward (or
any rate of Catarrh tlint rauiiot be cured by
Hall Catarrh Our. K. J. Oil KNK V 4 00.'
We, tlie underpinned, have known K.J,
Cheney for the lait IS yearn, and believe
him pei'clly honorable la all builneu
transaction, and ilnanclatly able tornrry
out any oblltwtloiit made by till nrm.
WALIUKU, KlNNAN A MAHVIN.
Wholesale Druiisltta, Toledo, O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure U takvu Interim!!,
acting1 directly upon tlio blood and mucou
urfae-e of the ynteiii. Testimonial eent
free, i'rlee, 76o. per bottle. Hold by all
Take Hall Family 111U (or coutpatlou
Barn to the wife cf I "a EovJfJ.I
Monday, a fine boy
Telephone that grxery crdertol
Uetteriworth fit miner
R B. lohoion an J wife
Chattanooga this week
If its plumbing, CM n & Adia
can do the joo. rnceingm
A. J. Ridley, of St L mi, Urid
ine; his parents, Joe R,dleyad wis.
Don't fail to attmJ the burtdl
game Satuiday and SiUrJiy Digit
Call 33 It puts you in touch with
the home of good groceries -
Mrs. Murchison and Mn J.VM
Naylor were here fromCayce, ilcp-
pressed-called for and dtHxerei
Phone 84. Schmidt
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doesn't cost you a cert
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from Fu'lton this week the true.U o! 1
S. L. Dodds and family
tv. t HubbarJ.C. W Cur-
1 i n inH M Bhvkrrd made
professional trip to Cam, Mondif-
Now is the time to send hi V
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od refrigerators aiw -
have them repaired hrthlJi
summer time ii comirg toon.-w
ton &' Adams.
Try us on ice box", baw
and furniture of every descr g
We have the goods an i 'H "
prices that will open
St. Louis v ur. v-o
J. H Russell rame m fromOiet
vllle. Miss., Sunday '';
..i.n ith Hickman fr "v
employed as a bookkeeper by f
torr seed oil mill.
one is yean - 'haerpn.
Any iniuiiuanw - np
H, II. Harding, Route 2 V