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YOU'RE sure to be delighted
fabrics we shall show you in
cial suits now arrived from
with the new
our new spe-
Hart Schaff ner & Marx
The new grays and pattern blues are the most attractive things
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weve ever seen; me weavers nave certainly done tneir Desi; as
for the style and tailoring in these clothes, there's certainly noth
ing left to be desired.
Every fabric we offer in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes is
strictly all wool ; you 11 find even the light summer weight goods
more comfortable to wear because they're all-wool than if they
were part cotton.
We want to have you wear these clothes ; we shall best serve
you by getting you into them. Any day now we're ready to
show you the finest clothes made.
Suits - - - - - - 18.50 to 25.00
Medium priced good wearing suits 10.00 to 15.00
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner 6c Marx clothes.
SMITH & AMBERG
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Thero Is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that Is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the Eustachian tube. When
th lu tube Is Inflamed you bnve a rum
bling sound or lmporfcct hearing
and when It Is entirely closed, Deaf
ness Is the result, and unless tho in
flamatlon can be taken out anj this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will bo destroyed forever;
nlno cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which Is nothing but an In
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give One Hundred
Dollars for any caso of Deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend
for circulars freo. F. J, Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Two weeks will bo allowed the In
dicted directors of the Nutlonul Pack
ing Company In which to appear for
pleading to a true bill of conspiracy
found against them by the HudHon
county grand Jury in Jersey City.
Twenty-one indictments were return
ed against tho leading Chicago puck
ers and others. The penalty is three
to fire ysurg lu th federal prison.
LUXURIES VS. NECESSITIES.
The tariff duty on (1,000 worth of
diamonds Is 9100 while on 1,000
worth of shirt it Is IG01.C0.
Tariff duty on J 1,000 worth of
champagne Is $500 while on $1,000
worth of blankets It Is J1.C15.42.
Tho duty on $1,000 worth of paint
ings or statuary is $200, on $1,000 of
sugar it Is $788.70.
The tariff duty on $l,00(r of Jewelry
is $C00 while on $1,000 worth of dross
goods it 's 1 1,052.1)2.
These are a few samples of how
the necessities of tho poor pay more
tax than the luxuries of tho rich.
11. 11. Sanders, who beats tho band
at selling Swaun hats, was hero from
CaruthcmvHlo, this rock.
Harris I'arks and wife, of Ilcssle,
were the guests of Hickman rolatlves
first of the week.
The vernal equinox or the spring
season of tho ycur Is dated Jo buglu
W. II. Sprudlln was here first of
the week from Union City
Take your produce to C. H. Moore.
All members of tho Poplar (irovu
Cornetary Association nro notified to
meet at Poplar Grove church for tho
purpose of electing officers for the,
ensuing year Saturday, March 12th',
ut y o'clock a. in.
All person's that are Interested in
tho cemetery are Invited,
U. II. Throlkold, Pros. " ,
J. W. Mallow, Seo'y.
No honest man, wo care not how
much ho may bo opposed to thw
county unit bill, can have the proper
respect for tho fellow who will prom
ise his people to vote for the bill lu
order to bo elected to office, and
then violate that promise after his
A consignment of high-class Mis
souri grown Hurley tobacco reached
Lexington last week and caused con
siderable discussion over the possl.
bio competition of tobacco growing.
Miss Ilia Koycr, who Is teaching ut
Stubbs school houso, spent Saturday
and Sunday with Miss Nannlu Moth
ony. Ed Jones was hero from Moscow,
Tutwduy, on business.
J. llurper enmo homo from Tip-
torn ill". Monday, and Informed n
Courier man that the contrnct for
the first ten mites of tho now rail
road from Tlptonvllle building this
wfty hod been let. And furthermore
that the work of grading Is now go
ing on and hns been slncu otto day
So this much may bo taken for
fact. Heretofore wo hnvo'not nnu
much fultli In similar reports,
Just whnt the plans of this com
pany are, wo hnvo been unnt1y to
learn. It Is, to say tho lrnsti singu
lar that they should let the contract
for only ten miles of the new lino.
This extension will bring them up
within a short distance of the Fulton
county lino, but will avail Ijttlo or
nothing unless extended. If, up to
this time, any right of-wdy, or uvon
option, hns been secured lu Fulton
county, wo liavu failed to b-flrn of
It. Wo hnvo It on good authority
that somo troublo will be experienced
in procuring the right-of-way In this
county. Somo will give the land re
quired; others will want pay for It
Some folks on tho other end of the
line nru saying that lllckimui Is not
going to glvo anything to secure tho
What wo would like to know U
wbtiro thcr cot this Information
Messrs. Peacock, Harris and otnorsT
Hickman has never been asked to
give anything on this proposition. A'
bout a year ago Mr. hattu and Mr
Itlco, -the former now being presl
dent of tho new organization, came
to Hickman and submitted n propo
sition, asking us to give a bonus of
(IU.000. This was not turned down
by our people, but owing to the fact
that there had never been a survey
roado locating the route. It wns next
to Impossible to raise the funds
when no assurance could be given as
to whore the road would run or who
It would benefit. Pending some dofl
nltw action In th matter, Mr. A. A.
Farls, who started to to tho solicit,
ing, postponed tho solicitation of
subscriptions. In the meantime, tho
company chnnged Its plans, and Hick
nianltcs naturally expect somo chance
In tho original.
When a proposition Is submitted
to our people, wo will know whnt to
expect not before. So until (hi Is
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' UNDERTAKERS' GOODS
First-Class Good at a price that is within roach of
everyone. Our goods are new and strictly up-to-date.
When in need of anything in our line it
pay you to call and look over our stock. We are
always pleased to show our goods whether you buy
or not. We are here to accomodate the public.
We Can Save You Money
HICKMAN FURNITURE CO.
E E REEVES, Manager
done, our Tlptnmilto friends will do
well to withhold reports concerning
Hickman's action In the matter.
Itumors emanating from that .neck
of the woods to the effect 'that Tlp
tonvllle I going to get the Mongol
factory from lllckmnn, and the now
road will build nrount, etc.. Is all
Miss Marvel Phelps, a beautiful
and talented young ladr of Fulton,
was married WwInosdiiynlclit-to l.ec
Nourso. n well known young .railroad
nan of Jnckson, Tent;. 'The- cere
mony was solemnized nt tho home
of the brldo'w grandfather, Col. I. (J
Felts, only the Immediate family be
Host flour on tho market. Hotter
I'P to 1907 th. ,
overpaying tho rr . .a i
the malls about fi.
year by tho rn. -In
cslpiilntlHg th- r.,
malls were wrtekt( f
and then the toti ,
six Instead of by ,
dally BVorniM. B.n v.
Was JOlHll-d out l.v ,
Munlock, the Ihmjc
from Its loadsrs. r. r.. - ,j
tho error, although 1 -flclt
In the KMHofrti '
The Alexander m
Is no longer a Mtiifa-
panics (1, II. I ami K '
ment. Illinois Nat lor ,n t.
ed on spiflat train M
pnny K of Cairo ji
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Jin Easter Suit j
p Here's a sensible proposition
- RE RnJ5 to buy a Spring Suit nn Enster Suit and you
naturally want one that'll fit, keep its shape andsntisfy, nnd no
matter who you arc "there's a limit" to what you will pay.
You have to choose between the ready-made gucssfit of thr
hand-me-down store, the high-priced auit from the tailor who "soaks
the cash customer to make up his losscs on the "dead-beat," or you've
got to come to us.
Now, what's the answer? -v A
We'll make you a suit give you hundreds of spring fabrics to
select from make it a perfect fit hangrigltt, look right and be right.
The suit we'll make you will' cost less than orcinary ill-fitting
"store slothes,'' will have the advantage of being up-to-date (not ma.' "
seven or eight months ago) nnd will equal the garment that the high
priced tailors "tax you" double the price for. '
Now, what's the answer? '
To settle the question, put it up to us "to make good." Drop m
any dny and select your pattern, and you'll wear the best spring suit
you ever got inside of. ' 'jt
Yours very truly, t
BRADLEY & PARHAM