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Good W cather to Paint
Don't put off painting till next ipring.
Do it nowt
Weather conditions are good no long
spring rains to soak into the lumber and
ieonarriiie cootl results: no cnats and (lies
i to stick to the fresh paint; the paint put
Summit -Williams Paint
5 . 1
N a S WITH
A, is the safest paint to use.
If ' It gives the best protection at
, the smallest cost.
T 11 'ou're Koin8 t0 Plint thi$
let us talk to )ou about S. W. P.
Hickman Hardware Co. (Inc.)
FREE BOOKS! FREE BOOKSI
Mr. Henry, of Henry Kealty Co.,
showed us a book on real estnto and
home owning which wo think la the
best thing ol lta kind wo have ever
Keen. Wo feel confident that If you
are renting a house and you read
this little book you will seriously con
sider the question of ownlug your ow
home. Mr. Henry has left a fuw of
these little books at this offlco for
free distribution to people lhlng In
rented houses. It you nra a renter
call and get ono.
ROPER'S COLT SHOW.
Hoper's Colt Show will bo held at
our stables, on the afternoon of Tues
day, Sopt 7th. Come early us wa ex
pect an Interesting time.
The premiums will bo, lilack Boy
$10 and Mohawk 112 for tho best colt
by each. Everybody invited to come
and bring your colts, whether by our
stock or not. If you want to buy,
come; If you want to sell, come. This
is for your benefit as well as ors.
To those that owe us for colt sea
son, will kindly ask you to settle ou
or before that date if possible.
J. J. C. KOPEK & SONS.
In addition to the regular course
Hickman College will have this year
tho following special courses:
Vocal aud Instrumental Music
And advantages of tho new library.
Tho high school course, is free to
all pupils In Fulton county.
I Local i Glials I
Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng,
Golden Seal, (Yellow Root I, etc We
are Dealers, and can do belter for you
than agents or cammuuoa merchant.
Kelerence, any bank ta Louuville.
Writs for weekly pnee litt and ihip.
ping tag. We f uinuh wool bags free.
m. 8ABEL & SONS,
t arAauHc im laea
I 219 E. Market SI. LOUISVILLE. KY.
Use "Sansparlol" Flour.
All kinds of moats at Moore's gre
Tho only place in town! WhcroT
Tho Crescent, of course.
If its in tho Rrocory line, wo have
it. C. II. Moore. Phono No.4.
Lot's make Oct ?ftl tho blKgost
day we havo ovor had in Hickman.
Tako your produco to C. II. Moor
on tho hill. Highest pricos paid
Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand
Yates & Kfrk Shlngla Co., Hickman,
Tho street committee seems to bo
getting their share of trouble Just at
pro sen L
Telephono your grocery order to
No. 38 tlvp Old Itollablc all goods
Woahl mule. "Is this tho Crcs
cent? Alright, a ham sandwich. If
List your real cstato with tho Cour
ier! If wo don't sell It, It doesn't
cost you a cenL
A. S. Darken, in West Hickman,
has soma heart shingles for sale.
Prices tho lowest.
.Mrs. E. II. Bowden and son, Hays,
left Sunday for Paris, Teun., to visit
her mother, Mrs. Llttrell.
Ono of tho puzzles of education Is
why some girls study a foreign lang
uage when they already talk too much
II their own.
An lncruaso of two cents Is to bn
niiido in tho near future in tho feo
for tho registration of letters and
POSTS FOR 8ALU: Good Mulber
ry Posts, on river bank near Leo
Lino warohouso, at 22c each and in
largo or small quantities. Fred Hay
den, Hickman, Ky. fl-l-K
Only two months until City Klcc
Hon It is rumored that a curtain
clement is laying its wires for con
trol of tho council. Much depends
upon electing the right men. and this
matter should not bo forgotten
Your Water and Light rent is due on the
FIRST OF EACH MONTH, and if not paid by
the TENTH will be cut off.
This took effect November I, 1906.
Pay at the Hickman Ice & Coal Co. office
at the Ice factory.
Office open from 7 a. m. until 6 p. m. any
day except Sunday; and on the 0th and 10th of
each month it is open Until 9 p. in.
Hickman Ice & Coal Co., Inc.
A. O. CARUTHERS, Mgr.
"It's not a bit of mo trytiUcJjettso
neighbors," remarked Mrs Oeognn.
"I've dono my host to bo nejghbarly
with Mrs, HnrkiT. I'm ur Ijmt on
my bout cloth and called nlmnsMio
foro the movers had gene nwnyjjjjrfnon
that very afternoon. Just to'ShJhcr
that I 'll'in t want to pui. onaain, i
borrowed some fluor from ppr)
"I always found Mrs. Harkorfljcry
friniitlr when she lived near me&snJd
Mrs PetMton's onller.
"Oh, she's friendly enough. Iwjust
that she's n little too snippy Jojmlt
me. I used to use her telephone n
lot It was unlimited and I. couldn't
ninny bo going to the drug stonjJwIUi
my nickel nnd hers was ko hnndyhat
I twed to go over often. Shongrer
had much to say, but I naked lion one
day how sho liked doing her uwrfjwork
She ald she wouldn't mind ftnflshe
had ftomo ono to tend tho dgorC I
didn't think tho remnrk tnctfiTIs I
had been there three tlmos Ihn'ftdayV'
"Maybe she didn't mean nnyKlng
I always found her very wllllfigvto An
for others." v
"That's tho way I nra-nKnjToJp
Ing some one Oub day I rnnjnjffwbc"
If she had her coal rnngii Kofiigsreii.l
when I saw It wns I asked TierjOole1
me put a pot roast on nndsjySm
gas. Of course I offered to" heljmirr
nny time, -sE-
"'Thnnk you she said. 'iterhni
you won't mind letting baby go"tcffiiar
ket with you; he's fretting to'bcKaut
of doors and I want to bake souipes '
"'Oh. very well.' I said, though I
don t like pushing baby cabs,. 1'IHtaki
lit in along.' I did and sho actedlycri
hateful afterward." ;$'
"That Isn't like Mrs. Harker.coii
menteil the caller.
"Maybe she thought she had.rea
son to be road. I left her baby In front
of tho grocery while I went Into the
market and as I went out at the oth
cr door I forgot the child. Anyway
Believing that the people of Kentucky
will be interested in the organization of the
Believing that they WANT such a company; believing
that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for
its stock we will publish in this paper every week the
amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting
subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26; and below tire
the amounts of subscriptions for each week;
FIRST WEEK, AUGUST 2
"I Didn't Until 8he Asked."
It didn't hurt him to sit there In thS
sunshine, and I couldn't bo especial"
to remember everything with jo
much on my mind."
"When did you remember him"' ,
"I. didn't until sb asked. I onvrcjl
to go after him as soon as I ha.! mt
my dinner on to cook, though I r ally
hadn't time to go back. Still, I ant
ed to do tho right thing. Was the
satisfied? Not shot She had li r lint
on in a Jiffy didn't even stop to wfo
the flour off her bands and flew .fuwn
the stnlri as If vouiu ono was goUig'tq
eat tho child."
"IVmbtluss sho was worried."
"What n fuss about a little tUng!
Tho baby hadn't cried much. A little
crylnj? Is good for children. Well sho
was real frosty with mo for a time,
Dut I don't bear any malice, so ono
day when she was baking I asked her
to exchange pies with me, since It Is
not much moro trouble to bako two
pies than ono. Her plos aro awfully
good so are mine, for that mutter,
though I hate the trouble of making
Is i Reirctly I r al
tot tin of Inllr, vota
lion of the . .
wliethrf a caio
ol common rrd
ore ryM of
only a few da) i, or a cue of gianulatrd Ivk ol
twenty yean' ilanjin j.
For acute coniunctnilit (common ted ante cjm)
no remedy in ttie woild cquih Dr. lilack' t
Eye Water. The moil ag;iavatnl cairt are
often cured in tkiity.ui lioun Ly thia ctlrUateJ
remedy. It can be Mini t . ml
with aalety (oi of eye. ITICC, &OC
la people, lioraetanddugi. ,
J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO.. Keonell.'Me.
St'UCIAI. TUS riMOMAL.
SECOND WEEK, AUGUST 9
THIRD WEEK, AUGUST 16
FOURTH WEEK, AUGUST 23
FIFTH WEEK, AUG. 30 ,
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON.
W. H. GREGORY, ' HICKMAN COURIER, Hioknan, Kv
Louisville, Ky. :
Please send me full tnformotlon as to the Cillzent National L:
"She had some unexpected company
the next week and so sho asked tne
for a plo. I gave her one I got from
"I don't wonder she"
"Ob, It was a good enough pic. and
I didn't fcol llko baking that day.
"I borrowed somo egg of hor a long
time ago when tbey first moved In.
Of course I Intended to return them at
ouce, but somehow It slipped my mind.
As soon as I did think of tlioso eggs
I rushed right over with V-m made a
special trip. Was sho grateful? No,
I should say not. 8ho said I bor
rowed tho eggs when they were SO
cents a doten and returned them when
they wen IS cents, and that I ought
to pay the difference.
"'I didn't borrow money.' I told
her. 'I borrowed eggs and here they
"'You ought to make up the extra
cost of the eggs you got of me,' shs
"'I never knew that a dozen eggs
was more than a dozen eggs,' I an
swered, putting thorn on the tablo,
'and they aro tho last thing I'll over
borrow of you.'
"Thank goodness! Thy are cheap
at that price!' said the spiteful thing.
"I haven't been Inside her door since
then! Neighborly, indeed 1" Chicago
Let us flguro ou that Kali or Win
ter Suit. Now lino of samples Just
arrived. Schmidt, tho Tailor.
you wish to havo your
prescriptions filled Qick
ly and Accurately take
them to r
Cowgill's Drug Store
where you may get your
Drug wants at
DJtY OR NIGHT
ill's Drug mote
A LETThK riOU UN It OK Od K C('TOUtk
Snulk. Ma-. Ut. I'Y.
Mr.T.M,kami. YliS. I "mi
Drat (' -K.'rua lo ruif fa.ur J i)m 4th km , l
louyihaj It. UukNkf
and CMiunvUt aad iImu )i lll.ik , I Waicr (U mod
Many a pmbcluKKacyilU m inmJt I r.crUiJtJ.
Yi MftJ nol Im".). lo rKuajnrad It luM acalf lw
m I.M tr..oa and iLJ WA lav it fuad oa a hjhW
, S.UamjvuafU. t'JJ yuiitrftSJ vtmii tuaulf
a iduaJ, da w. mud Py U , mm you. Yuui udf.
For nuJMnes for the sick and ;
amng should be tilled only
nitn tne purest drugs and by
those ho know their husinea.
More than 20 years practical -
experience jus us to do It right.
Helm & Ellison.
New Catalogue Free.
ilie now cataloguo giving full in
formation concerning tho educational
work of tho Wustuni Normal, mallod
on application. Address II. 11. Clierr
I'resldout Western Normal, Howling
CITY TAXES MUST BE PAID.
All parsons who havo not paid their
city taxes aro ruquustod to pay same
nt onco. Ilomcmber tho penalty goes
on September 1st. You will find mo
tit my off leu .at Hickman Furnlturo
Co!, store. TOM DILLON, Jr.
City Tax Collector,
.Suits cleaned and prosscd phouo
No. 84 Work collected and dollvorod
In tho city,
Mrs. llonry Hawkins left Thursday
for Dawsou Springs to spund sovurtil
W. A. Johnston made u business
trln to Union City, Friday.
S. U Dodds was in Union City, Friday.
COMMISSI SCHS SALE
Bsalnst Her H
lly vlrtae "f .
of Sate of Im
dored at tb- M
in the nUnr
offvr for ! .'
In illakwan. K
est bidder, at I
the Clh day
o'clock a. in
County Cpun .
ItlK IMIIItlui. '
of the north -
beliis one or
Jesso U. Jen' -
inlsslunvr, as v
once to !' '
318, In th off
tv Court and
0. Jours to 1
Also 1C arr
anil ud Joining
Ing 17 poles
vcicd by W
30, 1897; all th
to tiroduc ''
ordered to b'
chase price, i"
from tho day f
having the for
. .. .. .I . .,. L '
tux In Union i
from a visit
Mr?. It. M I- '
Buy your coa
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CANUJt DHL 3 STOltE.
I CWi. i'lcv.
S. Coal Co.