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cTRAY LOCAL NOTES
S TAKEcK VP-
pent f- 1 rlt'ct,on'
., v. t Collins visited Miss Hon-
(kU 4 ,M Tuesday.
H T. Dle NoUry PubllC' at W'
A, ocdd' Lumber Office.
v,, Irun llcdd $2.G0 up cash or
treJit u-co Furnishing Co.
A i. a i of McKcnzto, wnii hero
, ( ,w d a this week on business.
jf. j 1 1 Hi.-of Cnlro, wns tho
rj : of Mi- Homer Green Sunday.
ii v .am was llio guest of
t , j m Humboldt, Sunday.
Ogress Shingles $1.00 a thousand
, i lik of Memphis, was horo
Su dj lh' Kucst of Miss Mabel Wll-icn.
'T.c lU-cd, of Fulton, was
, ' Miss Moymo Naylor (Ills
U-.eboll players and no
v. killed during tho past
Dos t t.ko any substitutes ask for
SitK ivi Hour best on Uio mar-
S MiCIellan has returned
(.f r a visit to Miss Ethel
k r lias returned from
ltcre ho lias been work-
;h was tlio guest of his
f5 i T ' 'day Ho Is attending
i jit1 T itiion. Tenn.
1 1 .
.,.'' Townsond nnd baby
n d from a visit to her
! : at Knit Tralrle.
Walker and Arthur Halo
haturday from 'Spring
where tliey aro attending
I -idint Taft Kfts back off
; p somebody will bo say
' L started tho return to
I: I . am k formerly of East Pral
r! t - l w of Hickman, Is running
a? f Tf toat between Dorona and
t 1 lis r working for tho Mongol
Bci bid his left foot crushed by
on It. Friday. Ho will
. i b- .i ral weeks.
r0i( H I.L Friday. Doc 15, to tho
U ' ; -:J r farming Implomonts,
't-J u s. cow ond calf. 700 gal
K'i ;..it 100 bushels apples and
- ' r ' , s S month's credit. It.
K i-tii k
I s a met which according to
i- a .Mti of tho American as.
1 reach Its nearest op
pn j itc arth on tho IStii or
"i f rzt May Tlioso living on
-J 1 1 ii HI kman ought to bo nblo
to t. i' Mar 17lh
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
Ham sVcgetable Compound
"afgftablo Comnonmi has mado
mo a won woman,
and I would like to
tell thewholo world
of It I miff e red
nnd fearful nalnsln
my back. I had tho
best doctors nnd
tlipy all decided
that I had a tumor
ill nililltlun in mv
female trouble, ana
advised an opera-
. stable Compound mado
w,nan and I havo no more
iffiubh Comimund has done for
fiAf ul!1t Tecelved by tho
II,,, V?r ff'cino Cotnpany of ivnn,
Ljlta ft1',",1 yd a doubtlhafc
PS. mIok,,,am 8 Vegetable Com
WtaD.rf8 from. roots and herbs,
i Jt 12 c theia obstinate dial
l,f cfte?o?eryratl0n f Mng up
fc1'1.1;'''"''". f Inn.MaH.,
k'r for2 il.ih,(''kS,.M,,,e, to wrl
M'Wfre Uuu,tk her
Schmidt, the Tailor.
Taft Vlowa Holm & Klllson'a.
Miss Molllo llourno spent 8unday
with Union City relatives.
Commodoro Urann and wlfo woro
hero from Fulton Tuosdar.
S. A. Faust, of Illtilov. was thn
guest of Miss Ix)to Cavltt Sunday.
Lot us build you a kitchen cablnnt
or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop.
Miss Iluth Daylo. of Murray. Kr
is tho guest of Mrs. J. E. Naylor this
Ii. V. Carter, orcanlzer for tho Col
umbian Woodmon, Is In town this
Heating Stoves at all prices from
I1.3G up Home Furnishing Co. Wood
Mrs. B. Ucrry nnd llttlo daughter.
of Arkansas, aro tho gucsta of Honry
Travis aud wlfo.
Capt. Koger and wife, of I'nducah,
wero tho guests of It. M. Isler and
family this week.
Miss Anna Faulks Smith and llttlo
daughter, of Troy, visited Mrs. C. U
Walker this week.
Mrs. W. 0. Hooves, of Chaffo, Mo.,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. J.
Harper, this week.
Mrs, Kiln Henderson, Miss Mattlo
Travis and J. W. Morris nttended tho
fair at Dresden last week.
LOST: In Hickman Tuesday, gold
stick pin. Finder return to Dr. H. E.
I'rathcr and rccclvo reward.
Jim Jackson, wlfo and children, of
near Columbus, wero tho guests of
Hudo Nalfeh and wlfo this week.
The Mavfleld Mossemcer Is onnos.
Ing tho Good lloads amendment nnd
seems to bo In a class by Itself.
I truce. Powell has returned from
Menglowood, Tenn.,whcro ho has boo
working for the Mcngel Ilox Co.
You never did beforo but you can
now buy double cano chairs from us
at 13.50 per set Homo Furnishing
Uncel Joo Cannon looked natural
with tho stump of a cheroot protrud
ing from beneath that eagle beak
Wlllard Iltand, of Unlontown, Ky..
spent several days hero this week,
visiting his parents, J. W. Dland and
Q. Shumata of Newborn, Tenn., w-as
hero this week visiting his son, C. 1'.
Shumato, and daughter, Mrs. A. M.
William and Walter Thomas, of
Sharon, Tenn., wero tho guests of
tlrelr sister, Mrs. W. T. rarhom, this
Miss Mabel Wilson left Monday for
Wlngo, whero sho assisted In the
wedding of her cousin, MUs Lillian
Tho principal of Hall-Moody In-
stlluto at Martin and a number of
student of that Institution wero In
Dall bcaring sowing machines, guar
anteed for 10 years, and all attach
ments, beautifully finished, only $15.
Homo Furnishing Co.
Walter Bowling spent tho first of
the week with Hickman friends. It
Is reported that Walter Is to bo mar
ried soon to a Hickman lady.
Capt. Ityan took tho Steamer Mcn
gel Hoi Co., to Cairo Monday to get
a bnrgo of machinery for tho Mongol
Ilox Co., to bo Installed at Ashport.
Col. C. C. Mcngel nnd Robert
Schllecher, of tho Mongol llox Co.,
of Louisville, woro hero this week,
tho guests of C. L. Walker and wife.
NOTICE: The Standard Oil Co.,
will hereafter dollver coal oil and
gasollno on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday only. Phono 81. Moso Bar-
VolL AconL 12tt
LOST: In Hickman Tuesday, small
tau leather card case. Initials T. K,
K. on Inside, also contained two card
of "V. Burns." Finder return to
Flavin Murtln aud Quy Bobbins, of
Mayfleld, wero horo Tuesday. Mr.
Bobbins placed his machlno at tho
disposal of tho Taft committee to
bo used In tho parade.
FOB SALE: A smnll farm, ono
in 11 o from town, all In cultivation;
u flno ono for truck farming. Will
bo sold on easy (onus. All necessary
'Improvements. This office.
Our mailing clerk took off u number
of names of subscribers thU week
whoso time has expired. When you
borrow this weok'B pupur, romember
that It will not como again until you
pay up. Wo do not forco the Courier
All colors in Stiffs, Soft, Crushes
$3.00 $3.00 $3.00
Vici Kids, Gun Metal, Box Calf,
Velours, Patent Leather and
Ox Blood, button and lace.
$3.50 $4.00 $5.00
When You Select a
PECK SUIT OR OVERCOAT
You will have made a choice worth while. PECK'S CLOTH
ING is correctly fashioned, it is tailored the custom way and
priced moderately $ 1 0.00 to $25.00
BALTZER & TODDS DRY GOODS COMPANY,
Of ALL KINDS, COLORS and
50c to $3.50
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
FOR MEN, BOYS and
TWO CITY TICKETS.
Next Tuesday tho citizens of Hick
man will be called upon to elect a
now Board of Aldermen, Mayor nnd
There will bo two tlckcst In tho
There will bo two tickets In tho
Inr with tbo plittform of each party,
and It Is not necessary to dwelt upon
what they represent. Both aides
havo made promises to their constit
uencyboth sides will attempt to
Tho tickets aro as follows:
For Mayor Tom Dillon, Sr.
For I'ollco Judgo
For Councllmcn: ,
I). G. Hale.
It. M. slier.
C. O. Scblcnkcr, .
C. F. Baltzcr.
O. B. I'owcll.
C. I'. Shumato.
For I'ollco Judge II. P. Itomley.
A. A. Farts.
Marlon Pro vow.
Mrs. Jno. Cotton nnd children ore
homo from a visit with Union City
SUES CITY OF MAYFIELD.
I)r, C. A. Washburn, the veterin
ary surgeon nt Mayfleld, has brought
suit ngainst tho City of Mnyflcld tho
petition having been filed Saturday
for J 2,000 damages and gives his rea
sons that It was account of a bad
place In tho street. The plaintiff
states that whllo driving1 in a buggy
on Eighth street that becauso of tho
unsafe and dangerous place In said
Btrcct, ho was thrown from his buggy
against the horsa hitched to tho bug
gy nnd thereby seriously, painfully
and permanently Injured him. Ho was
Injured on tho left Bide of his body
and on his head.
Vet a llttlo while, and the "l-told-you-so"
election forecaster fiend will
be with us.
Gov, Wlllson has offered a reward
of$2S0 for tbo arrest and conviction
oflth'o unknown assassins of Hobert
JUugg at Fulton.
'Itov. A. S. Taylor, n Baptist preach
cri aged 73, died near Wlngo Wednes
day afternoon. Ho Is survived by his
wlfo and eight sons and five daugh
ters V o-
Gov. Willson has tho audacity to
say that politics will havo no Influence
with him In granting pardons. Some
body might iinvo believed such a stat
merit If ho had mado It beforo par
doning Taylor, Powers & Co., but It
will bo a hard matter to chuck such
ldlo talk Into Kentucklans now. So
Bayetb tho Arlington Courier.
YOUR Account and
Notes are now due.
Will appreciate an early
settlement of same.
HICKMAN HDW. CO.
Hickman Household No.G, of Co
lumbian Woodmen, will celebrate Its
third anniversary by Introducing a
largo class of new members, on Sat
urday night, Oct. 30, at 8 o'clock.
The charter Is still open to that
date, and all applicants will bo en
titled to tho low rates and participa
tion In this feast that are received
before 7 o'clock on this date.
All members aro expected to bo
present, as extensive preparations are
being made for your entertainment.
Como out, cat, drink, be sociable
and have a good time.
Yours In truth and works,
' J. T. DILLON,
P. S. D. Wilson will sing "Hannah
How's Your Ma."
A BIG SUCCESS.
"Jayvllle Junction." given by homo
talent nt tho Lyric last Friday even
ing was a decided success. The
'troupe' of nearly forty members were
drilled by Miss Mario Anton, and nil
played their parts well.
The title suggests a comedy the
play docs more, It makes tho audi
ence roar. It Is repleto with comic
situations, All tho gawky, Billy thing
of Jaytown aro certainly embodied In
tbo play, with costumes adding the
Lack of space forbids mention of
Individuals and acts, but those who
missed It, have reason for regret.
This entertainment was given for
tho benefit of tho Presbyterian church
and igross receipts amounted to
Those taking part were:
Allison Tyler, Ford Maddox, Oco
Harris, A. E. Owens, Mitchell Wright,
F. S. Mooro, C. P. Shumate, Ferd
Bercndes, Baltzer Dodds, J. W. ltoney
W. C. Iteed, John T. Dillon, Gus Alex
ander, Edgar Naylor, Mrs. Carl
Schmidt, Miss Dottle Davidson, Miss
Mnbel Wilson, Mrs. E. B. Prather,
Miss Bettlo DoBow, Mrs, L. P. Elli
son, Misses Hazel Johnson, Blrdlo
May Hlce, Loto Cavltt, Cecil Barnes,
Ethel Naylor, Iluth Ellison, Edna
Carpenter, Leah Barry, Nell Bondu
rant, Lois Bartlett, Blanche Helm,
Iluth Walker, Virginia Prather, Loulso
Atwood, Lillian Johnston nnd Mr, D.
Let us furnish your homo cash or
credit. Home Pur. Co.
FOR SALE: Good borso and bug
gy. Mrs. S. D. Luten.
Don't fall to seo tho Taft views
at Helm & Ellison's drug store.
Gin. O. O. Howard, tho last of
tho Union Commanders, died at Bur
lington. Vt., aged 7!) yeurs.
The young folks enjoyed a danco
given nt tho homo of 11. Buchanan
and wife, Wednesday night.
See our lino of Pall and Winter
samples tho largest line we have
ever bad. Schmidt, the Tailor.
Three months subscription to tho
Courier will cost you only 25c. Try
It threo months, if you aro not al
ready taking It.
Geo. Wiseman dressed a 91 pound
bluo cat fish for a local restaurant
Tuesday. It was tho largest fish
caught heru this year,
RUSH CREEK ITEMS.
Miss Lorcne Davis is on tho sick
list this week.
Miss Bessie Johnston has tho
mumps, wc arc sorry to state.
Next Sunday being the Cth Sunday
It Is Rush Creeks day for services.
Mrs. Walter Crostlc has been con
fined to her bed several days with
Clara and Emma Davis, tho two
pretty little daughters of Mr. Jeff
Davis are sick this week.
Ono more bud to the family wreath
at Mr. Caldwell's house. It Is a girl
Mother and babe are doing well.
Mrs. Luby Hargrove and Bister Miss
Pearl Johnston, are visiting their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Johnston.
Dr. Wright has a smile on bis face
that cannot fade away, for "Unto
him a child Is born." We congratu
late you, Doctor.
Sunday school is on tho wano on
account of sickness and other minor
causes. Wo should do better than
that this lovely weather.
Misses Pannlo and Valora Arrlng
ton took dinner with Mrs. Walter
Crostlc, Tuesday. They are both of
the Harmony neighborhood.
Brother Walker preached a good
sermon the last appointment day and
went homo with Mr. Jeff Davis and
family and enjoyed a good dinner.
After a severe spell of grip wo aro
again permitted to resume our duty
as correspondent. Everybody wants
to know "what has become of Rush
Cree'k." We are here to stay until
tho next time.
The Hickman CourIer.and-thej St
Louis Globo-Democrat (twlco-a-week)
Both one year for fl.GO
Tbo Hickman Courier and Uio St.
Louis Republic (twlco-a-week), both
ono year for -..$1.40
The Hickman Courier and Mem
phis Commercial-Appeal (Weekly),
both ono year for $1.25
Tho Hickman Courier and tho St.
Loula Globe-Democrat and Memphis
Commercial-Appeal threo papers all
ono year for $1.75
The Hickman Courier and Rural
Route Dally Republic, (to parties ou
rural routes). A dally paper and a
weekly paper, both ono year for only
Tho Hickman Courier and Woman'j
National Dally, both oue year for
Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's
Farm Journal, both ono year for only
Tho Ladles of tho Embroldc-y Club
wore entertained Friday aftornoou by
Mrs. C L. Walker. Miss LIzilo Am
borg and Mrs. Lizzie Lowe were vis
itors. An excellent salad courso was
Tho ladles of tho Presbyterian
church deslro to thank all thoso who
assisted lit tho home talent produc
tion, "Jayvlllo Junction."
Have Schmidt to clean pad presa
that last winter's suit.
on anyone, s