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Thirsty T REO Is what you need.
All kinds of moats at Moore.' gre
JIoso Harkott was In Now Madrid
Fresh Oysters, any quantity, at tho
Olre C. II. Mooro a sharo of your
If you want boiled bam, call No
80 Tho Crescent.
If Its a swell pair of pants you
want, try Schmidt.
M. 11. Shaw spent Sunday after
noon In Union City
Tinware and stove futures at' Bet
Arthur Shaw, of Stnto Lino, was In
town on business Monday.
Mrs. Jno. Klrklndall has boon on
tho sick list for several days
Miss Mott Collins has returned to
Fulton after a short visit to Miss
Mrs. II. Bern- and baby arc visit
lng In Fulton, after a visit to her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Travis.
Henry Travis and wife woro called
to Fulton Sunday on account of 111
ness of Mrs. Travis' sister.
That last years overcoat will do
this season If you have Schmidt fix
It up. All work guaranteed.
Mrs. Lizzie Lowe and little daughter
have returned to Pnrngould, after
a visit to Miss Llzzlo Amberg.
Hallowe'en prnnkcrs soaped most
of the windows in Hickman. Saturday
night. Some of them needed It bad
I will sell cut floweers that will
Veep, and plants that will grow. Call
phono 282. We need your orders.
Postma Floral Co., Union City, Tenn,
Mrs. W G. Iteeves left Friday for
her home In Chaffee, Mo., after a
visit to her sisters, Mrs. J. It. Brown,
Mrs. V. J. Harper and Mrs. Laura
Burnett. She was accompanied homo
by her mother, Mrs. M. E. Rose.
FOR SALE: 9375 cash takes tho
building and lot formerly used as an
office by the Southern Wood Supply
Co. The bouse could not be built for
this money. It you want a bargain.
talk quick. This office.
Friday afternoon, from threo to fivo
Mrs. C. B. Travis entertained the la
dies of tho Embroidery Club, at the
homo of her mother, Mrs. R. T. Tyler
Besides the club members, there wer
several visitors present. A salad
course was served.
On tho historic ground where Lord
Cornwallis, 128 years ago, sealed the
doom of Britain's rule over what is
now a part of the United States, pa
trlotlc Americans gathered to cele
brate the anniversary of tho famous
As three shipments, containing one
thousand volumes for our library,
have been received, and as other
shipments are. dally expected wo glad'
ly announce this rich mine of in
tellectual wealth will soon be open fo
the enjoyment of our citizens.
C. M. DoPew, tho representative of
tho New York Engineering & Electric
Co., of New York, who put In the
cableway system for tho Mongol Box
Co,, left Saturday for his home In
New York. Ho was relieved by Mr.
Hallow, also of New York. Ml". Do-
Pow has been here since last winter.
Major S. Kennedy, living between
Mayfleld and Pryorsburg, near Clay
Switch, met a tragic death Friday,
shortly after noon. Ho was driving
a mule to a buggy when the ani
mal became frightened and turned
suddenly around. The buggy was
turned over and Mr. Kennedy, who
was about CO years old, was thrown
out so violently against a tree that
death was almost Instantaneous.
Miss Ruth Dayle, of Murray.who
Is tho guest of Mrs. Edgar Naylor,
was tho bonoreo of a chafing dish
party given Friday evening, at tho
homo of Rov. und Mrs. J. W. Waters,
by Mrs. Naylor. As the guosts ar
rived they wero served orange punch
by Miss Swan Naylor. Divinity fudg
was served. Delightful rofresbmonts
of coffeo and Welsh rarebit, made on
the chafing dishes, salads, cako and
other delicacies, wero greatly relish
ed. Late In the evening drawing from
n fi-h nond different comic articles
wrapped In fancy colored ribbons wero
opoued with much Interest and laugn
ter. Miss Hattlo Anderson, of Jack
eon, and Miss Erllne Hood, of Fulton,
wero out-of-town guests.
Movlnn pictures every night at the
Joo Amberg has boon qulto slrk,
btil Is nblo to bo up again.
If Its In tho .roccry lino, wo hnvo
it. a II. Mooro. l"-ono No..
Robert Isler, now of Paducnh.wns
tho guest of his pnronts In this city
Sundny and Monday
W. V. Williams nnd Miss Mlnnlo
May Evans, of Clinton, wero married
In Union City Inst week.
Dett Clear Heart Cypress Shingles
$3.50 a thousand. Yates A. Kirk
Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky.
We handlo tho celebrated Sanspn
rlcl Flour, and guaranteo every sack
of It. Bottcrsworth & Prather.
Where did you get that now stilt?
Why, that's my last winter's suit
Schmidt, tho Tailor, cleaned it up.
Cards nro out announcing the ap
proaching nuptials of Miss Noll Alex
ander and J. E. Fall, of Fulton. Tho
wedding will take plnco Wednosdny
evening, November 10th
Charley Robinson, who cut tho
throat of Charley Norrls nt Dyers-
burg while drunk a few weoks ago,
was promptly tried and convicted of
first degree murdur In splto of tho
fact that ho belongs to "ono of tho
Important changes In the present
school laws of Kentucky nro to bo
presented to tho Legislature nt Its
next session. Tho now bill was pre
pared by tho Kontucky Educational
Commission nnd wbllo tho bill has
not been completed a rough draft of
It has boon mndo. The bill replaces
tho present Stnto Board of Education
and provides for general supervision
of finances and tho preparation of ex
amination questions. Tho Stnto Sup
erintendent of inibllc Instruction Is
given much larger powers. As to tho
county superintendents tho bill will
provide thnt they must devoto their
whole tlmo to the duties of their of
flco and their salaries aro to bo
A LMOST any man with a little sense and big shears
can make a suit of clothes, but he can not give it
the same style and distinction that
have, because it takes study and skill and conscientious
effort to build art into clothes.
For young fellows with ideals and a hankering for
custom tailor work, we offer Peck's, the peer of all Col
lege Clothes. Big qualities and little price.
$10.00 to $25.00
Our line of Furnishing Goods, Shoes and Hats is the Nobbiest to be seen
BALTZER DODD DRY GOODS CO. Inc.
From rending tho account of tho
tragedy as reported in tho Fulton
Leader we nre still in doubt as to
whether Holcombe killed Wbltworih
or Whltworth killed Holcomb In a
difficulty at tho Mcngel Box factory
at Hickman Friday. Ono or the oth
er struck tho other on tho head with
a piece of scantling and death re
sulted. Whltworth Is reported by the
E. R. Ellison's fc-
Is always the place to buy
1 New Goods All the Time
This store sells for spot cash only, to
every one alike, and for that reason C
makes lower prices on all kinds of new F
and seasonable merchandise. These
low prices make heavy sales, keeping
our stock moving all the time. The
result is that you have new goods to
choose from every time you come.
This gives you two of the best rea
sons why you should come to this
Lower Prices All the Time
Come in and see the Good and Prices.
IffrTlll'TTlfffTTf J Iff WITT
Wo have for salo in West Hickman
near Motheuy's store, a fine pleco of
residence property. Owner bos good
reasons for selling. It will take $1,
800 to trade. Property cost more
than this. Well improved and will
bear close inspection. Part tlmo.
Hickman Courier Realty Co.
If Mr. Tnft should go on to tho
und with Roosevelt policies, he should
shlo clear of sermons when ho reaches
that cannibal section of Africa for
"Thero wont a missionary from Tim
bucto and the cannibals eat him and
his hymnbook too." Wouldn't our fut
president uiaku 'eta suillof
leader ns having struck llolcomlio.
but Holcomb, though dead, ran nwny
and has not been apprehended. Mon
day's Commercial Appeal adds to the
confusion by stating llfnt It was
Hawkins (not Holcomb) who struck
Whltaker (not Whltworth) and thnt
the latter Is not dead but expected
to die as a result of tho blow. Clin
Mrs. Olllo Johnson, age 40 years,
wife of C. II. Johnson, died at hr
homo seven wiles north-wst nt Hick
man, October 38.
TJio cause of her death was tnfta
mntion of the stomuch nnd bowels,
nnd was sick only a short tlmo Her
sufferings wero great until God, In hi
Infinite lovo and tender mercies, saw
tit to call her from our loving em
brace and transplant her soul In hea
ven. Sho was stricken nt a time when
life was apparently blossoming before
her, but we know the afflctlon was
God's will, and wo will be submissive
to Htm for Ho doeth ull things well.
She was a true wife, a kind mother
and a faithful christian. She was
nlwnys ready to do hor duty.
She leaves a husband and nine
children and several sisters to mourn
her loss. Hor youngest child Is threo
It Is hard to part with those e
lovo, yet 'Us sweet to know we can
trust Him and hope that when wo
make our Journey across tho mystic
river we will bo re united whore part
ings aro unknown.
Her remains wero taken to hor old
home nt Hawsovllle, Ky., to Ik) laid
to rest In tho family cemutery.
Tho family has thu sympathy of
tho entire community.
A precious one from us Is gone, a
a volco we love so well Is still, a
place Is vacant In our home which
enn never be filled, yet we hopo to
meet thee when tho day of llfo Is
fled In that Joyous homo where no
farowell tears nro shed.
A friend to the family.
Threo months subscription to tho
Courier wltl cost you only 25c. Try
It threo months, It you are not al
ready taking It.
Taft Views Helm & Ellison's.
Dr. J. B. Moody, of Martin, will
preach nt Brownsville Baptist church
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Ev
Mrg. W, C. Gildowoll has returned
from a visit to relatives at Dyersburg
J. F, Olldowoll Is deer-hunting In
Arkansas this week.
Chas. Rudder mid wife, of Hickman
visited In Brownsville Sunday.
Services Saturday nt 11 o'clock u.
m., at Brownsvlllo Baptist church.
All tho members aro requested to bo
B. I). Langford Is building n nice
little residence on his farm In this
Eniils Williams, of Wulnut Log,
visited Elvis Williams this week.
B. D. Langford and wlfo visited
relatives hero Suuday.
Harrison Bowdvu, a negro employ
ed at tho Meadows Hotel, was arrest
ml today by Deputy Sheriff L C
Mr. Roborson caught the negro Just
after lie had delivered a bottle of
booio to a white customer, the sale
being consumated In tho engine room
of the Meadows Hotel.
Bowdcn was tried befure Esq. R.
A. Browder. After be had admitted
the charge. Bow dun was fined 110
and given 30 days free rations In
Uncle Joe's hotel at Hickman. Ful
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
Which Is Detter Try an Experi
ment or Profit by a Hickman
Something new Is an experiment.
Must be proicd to be as repre
sented. Tho statement of tho manufacturer
is not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends Is.
Now supposing you had a bad back
A Lame, Weak or Aching ono.
Would you experiment on lit
You read of many so-called cures.
Bndorscd by strangers from far
It's different when tho endorsement
comes from home.
Easy to provo local testimony.
Homo endorsement Is the proof tha
backs every box of Dean's Kidney
Read this case;
A. J. Hunxlkor, East Hickman, Ky.,
says: "I cannot say too much In fu
vor of Boon's KIdnoy Pills ns they
had a truly wonderful effect upon my
kldnoys. I suffered for somo years
from attacks of kidney troublo and
a times there was a dull actio across
tho small of my back, which tnado
mo miserable. A short tlmo ago
procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Holm
& Wilson's drug store and through
their use found entire relief from my
For salo by all dealers. Price CO
Foster-Mil turn Co., Buffalo, New
York, solo agents for the United
Rcmomber the name Doan's and
take no other.
DIDN'T CARE FOR HIM.
Howltt Is your wife fond of gen.
tlemen's society I
Jewett I guess so; she says that
1 am no gentleman.
Mrs. Anna Smith and little daugh
ter returned to Troy, Tenn., last week
after a few days' visit to bur cousin,
Mrs. O. L. Walker,
C. B. Bond's AoMitiod
to West Hickman
The bee' 4. r: IwA
est prps' r i.J
Will mm . '
sold to V - . . 'I
See ae al ,vc . H.i,
G. B. M
I COMING EVENTS
Nov. 10 May St rt 4 Co.
Nov. lS-"ThcMcdcw Crock Fl
Nov. 29 "Tho Swcf it CL-
Dixie." tho Lyric
Doc. 1 'LltUo Mji MsfiA"
Jan. 20 "Tho JUuttr'i D"-M
Feb. 16 Tho L'J trii-Jll
April 3 - Tho UVJes rwoa.1
A mixture of Had
Shucks, Small Graim of Cj
Silks, Etc., at 15c per
it Lmilfid immeM
J. F. & S.L
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Bank Is lea"
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