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Don't Pay Too
Much for Your
DriKjs find Medicines
, ,y too little. One
tf n3 , hsh ns the other.
paJ, l' rcnsonnble price,
, . i,cr economize in
rthcr . ys tlinn buy medi
inf ,t is not right in
price I - it pure to be not
nght 1 junlity.
,t Helm & Ellison'
you ' depend on the
goo 1 being positively
nght ... 1 our nolid policy
a!wn insures the price
pn Helm & Ellison's
price .ul get Helm &
Ellison quality and you
willaltt.iva be right.
Helm & Ellison
V- ti tome new and sec
' L . Ir;n Roofing, Locuit
P:;", l., 1c, Pipe, Shoveh,
F.r3 itz mi and Cement
til v- .- sell cheap.
, t Oil Mill.
Richmond & Bond Co.
I che per,
nd tut for-
Iron , Iron aetUta !
wwiwin ana uwrai.
CU izi thrnwlow yiHm' will rar. 1
R. L. GRAY, Agent '
- - T
Ac M. TYLER , o
Attsrney at Law o
1 I am new located at Padu. o
i can, but will continue to prac o
lice m the courts of Fulton o
county and will be In Hickman o
J tvtry t-i and 4th Monday. " o
fugGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
KS FINE SHOES IN THFWIlRin
''TO OTHER MAKES."
.... ' V W I ti. i . . I I . . L -
ww sr . .nd !" Und they arc far
-abl lt, W.Q.JONE8.
" I toul I i.l? How"' Utlca. N. Y.
i 't'Jr. In, mr 'fr8 fc-
uw ... , , "" mail, ana mow you
A!" "?u,.J "'" why they hold
1 b','er' ww loner nd
''! tilv "luo ln any other make.
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A S- BAHKETT
" Fnaian file Ointment, will
k ih , UewMnK and Itching Pile
it ;rl'3 tumors, allaya ltchlns
au as a poultice, give In-
t William' Pile Ointment
fPru for i.ei and itchll
Prttar parUi SolJ by UruegUtlli
IW. .. u l Wllllama' MfK.Co.,
"Docan't tho churches of Illckmnn
imro omk hooka with mualo In thorn?
inquired a atraiiRnr.
Thcro wan no erldcncn Hint im.
one imd. Tho only hooka in .. i.n.i
in mo niltllonco Wcro tlioan hnvlnif
tho nppenrnnco of a Volume of poema
moro limn tone hookn. It la a m(.
tako to glvo a conRrt'cntlon llmm.
hooka and atoro a half-woRon load of
Dookm contalnliiB Imlh worda nn,l
inualc away in tho "Anion corner."
urraiiMi tho choir Ifarna In alnir n
hymn without watchlnc tho mn.io u
no aiKti that tho conirrpirnllon la fn
miliar with II. On the contrary, ao
many new onia nro bclne anruntr nnl
old famlllnr aoiiRa neglected that tho
chtirch-Koer flnda ho doean'a know
murh about cither kind. Hence tho
need of HONO HOOKS In tho audi
oncoarid not auhatltutea.
Kver aee an many "rubber necka"
anywhere aa aro at church Sunday
morning? If you nro one of them.
and Jtmt numt ae what Mm. Hnnn.1
So haa on, better tnke n aeat near
the rear of tho houao where alio
miiat necdi pnaa before you for In-
There aro a fow thlnga of Church
etiquette church goers ahnuld learn
Hrat be on time. Tnnllnewi Ih not
pleaalng to Rod nnd It illnturbs the
peace of the minister nnd peoplo
Second If Inte, never pass up the
alalo during prayer or Scripture read
Ing. It dlatracta tho mind of thoae
who with to learn and worship (jod
Third If the sermon has begun, tnko
n aeat near the door though you bo
at borne." It la anything but gra-
cloua to Interrupt tho mlnlatcr when
clIverltiR the meaaage he haa so
carefully prepared. Fourth He
thoughtful for the comfort of othors.
Take the Itmlde or pew and leant all
vacant apace at tho end of tho nlale.
Fifth Uao tho hymn book and lllblo
If the church haa them. It will mako
the servlco moro profitable to you.
Share them with your neighbor If he
boa none. Sixth Never "put on your
coat wraps during tho closing hymn.
It la most Irapollto. Sovonth lnvo
the church reverently and meditate
on what haa been said. Talking nnd
visiting either before or after tho
service la not a good wny to draw
near to Rod. Uoda' House must be
kept sacred. Lastly Cut out these
suggestions, rend them, paste them
In the lllblo or Hymn Hook, and a
bovo all practice them.
Thoro are many other tilings that
might be aald that would benefit both
church nnd member, but this will do
for a starter.
11. K. Ilrlce, who recently moved
from Troy, Tenn., to God's country,
wait ii pleasant caller at thla office
Tuesday, When hard pressed he re
luctantly admitted that he was t
brother of Editor Ilrlce of the Un
Clty Nows-Ilanner but that It was
was not his fault. Mr. Ilrlce Is
farming some of Fulton county's bot
tom land and thinks a plow was nev
er stuck In better soli. .While here
ho delivered two thoroughbred Poland
China glltM, eight mouths old, to V.
A. Johnston, for which ha received
V A. Kroat. of Wlnco. wns bore
flrst'of tho week. Mr. Frost Is men
tioned by some as a probable candi
date for Stato Senator from this dis
trict. Ho has a number of friends
hero who would bo glad to sou him
In tho rnco. And It goes without
saying that ho would mako a good
Gonldcr Johnson has moved his of-
flco from tho Temple of Truth build
ing to tho Hlckmnu Hank, where ho
will hereafter hang out. Tho office
vacated by him will bo occupied by
Uio Leo Lino agent, Mr. Mitchell.
win ham?! in nlco work mules.
r,ii,,.lnir In nrlro I1H0 tho tuilr. UP:
some horses, Including a good saddlo
horse. On Jan. 1st time, noio t per
cent, mortglago or personal security,
Can bo seen nt Btanrs uiauio, ii. u.
Itogers, Hickman. 34tfo
Watch for the BLUB MAIIK on
the uppor right hand corner of your
Courier, u Is to notify you that your
subscription la about to expire. No
papora aro sent out after tho sub-
acrlpuoa w out
W. A. Dodds Is on tio program-for
un address before tho Iletall Lum
ber Healers Association which meets
In Memphis, March 8 and . The
mibject o' "Is address Is "What It
Costs to Soil Lumber."
Mrs. 8. M. Nalfeh spent Sunday lit
Union City, tho guest of her gmnd
mother, Mrs. Tarns.
If vour groceries have not proven
entirely satisfactory try tradliiK with
WHO'S YOUR FRIEND 1
Who sympathized with you when
your lltllo girl was sick? Was It
Soars & Roebuck? Who carried you
last winter when you wero out of if
Job and hod no money? Was It Mont
gomcry, Ward & Co, or was It your
homo merchant? When you want to
rnlso money for church or somo
needy person, do you wylto to tho
Fair Store In Chlcngo or do you co
to your homo merchant? How much
does Selgle, Cooper & Company glvo
die nnd tho nocdlo ran Into her
body and could not bo found. Just
tho other day It wns discovered com
ing out of tho arm of a vonne man
who was keeping company with her
nt tho time of tho accident. Wo do
not know how the needlo was recog
nlzed ns tho same one unless by tho
expression of Its eye. How It cot
from the young lady's waist to tho
yobng mnn'B arm Is n mystery that
March 3, 2010: Tho Hickman City
If you want
to be ahead in
if you want
to be recog
your friends and
a uooq uresscr.
there is no better
way than to have your clothes made to your
whose exclusive agency we have.
The Spring line comprising over five hun
dred latest novelties in woolens is now on display.
Call and sec it.
E. R. ELLISON
Easter March 27th Order now
towards keeping up tho sidewalks or
paying tho minister's salary? When
you wns sick how many nights did
l.arkln Soap Company sit up with
you? When your loved one died
was It your homo merchant that
dropped the tear of sympathy and
uttered tho cheering word or wjis It
Marshall Field & Co? Patronize
homo merchnnts nnd homo institutions.
Doubtless mnny of our readers
havo read of tho caso wbcro a wo
man ran a needle In her finger nnd
nbout twenty years later It worked
Its way through her big too. Wo
havo been told of a more wonderful
caso still. Thrco years ago a cer
tain pretty school tencher living in
mi adjoining county made, tho mis-
tako of pinning hor bolt with a nee-
Council has at last condemned sover
nl oftthd old; .dilapidated, fire-trap
bulltlliigs In tho heart of the city,
which will bo roplaced by modern
business houses. They have also or
dered folks to quit obstructing Vhe
streets with wood, barrels, old bug
gies, chicken coops, etc. Tbey havo
extended tho city limits where they
ought to bo; and nro now figuring on
making n fow herctoforo privileged
characters get busy and build side
walks, as advocated by this paper in
thoear of our. Lord, 1910.'
Alec Dames nnd family havo mov
ed into their Ibeautlful now homo In
Southern - Heights Addition.
I.OST: 3-blado pearl handlo knife.
Hownrd. Ueturn to this office lp
THE very essence of clothes refinement is found in
INTERNATIONAL tailoring. They are founded
on the most beautiful All Wool Fabrics and models
and built by the finest experts that money can procure.
Millet & Alexander
W. O. Reynolds, of Union City,
and H. L. Andrews, of Polk, have
formed a partnership for tho manu
tncturo of mattresses and have suc
ceeded H. IJ. Horner, buying his mat
tress plant located In tho old II, P.
Hawkins, or walker Opera Houso
These gentlemen will occupy tho
lower floor of tho building, and It,
H. Carman and W. It. Andrews will
bo associated with them In operating
tho factory and conducting tho work
Mr, Carman Is known to bo ono of
tho finest mattress makers, and tho
ffow Concern Is destined to bo a
'great success nnd nn entorprlso that
is worth having. Union City Com
Why should tho taxpayers of Ken
tucky pay Governor Wlllson sixteen
dollars a day to go to Duffalo and
mako a speech nt Harvard Club Dan
quetlast night and address, today,
tho Saturn Club? During his absenco
ho will draw tho regular salary, and
tho lieutenant governor will also
draw the same amount for acting In
his stead. Kentucky will thus ho
paying two governors nnd only havo
ono. This Is tho second trip tho
governor has made during tho pres
ent session of tho general assembly.
Tho assertion has been made, and
no doubt can bo verified, that Uio
present governor hag stJent moro
tlmo In traveling outside the Stato
In tho last two years than did all
the others who preceded him in 20
years. Stato Journal.
Tho pastmastcr general Is raising
a big to do on account of tho fact
that tho government' Is losing money
carrying second class mall matter at
the present rate of postage. The
gentleman seems to loso sight of tho
fact that tho express companies car
ry matter cheaper than tho govern
ment and make money by doing so.
Tho trouble with the National post
office department Is that It pays the
railroad companies a sum for haul
ing tho mall that Is clear out of pro
portion with the amount of work
done. Carlisle County News.
Judge D. L. D. Guffy, ono of tho
most prominent figures In Southwest
ern Kentucky for half a century,
passed away at his homo at Morgan
town, Sunday. In 1891 ho was the
nominee for Attorney General of
Kentucky on tho People's Party Tick
et. Ho returned again to the Repub
lican party In 1893 and In 1894 ho
defeated Judge Reeves, Democrat, to
tho Appellate Bench. Bcforo his term
expired ho was promoted to Chief
Fred M. Caso has purchased a
half Interest In the grocery store of
his father, V. E. Caso, and will now
get down to business. Tills is ono of
tho oldest establishments In Hickman
and tho fact that Fred has beon
brought up in Uio business should
make-hlm a thoroughly practical man,
tho greatest essential to success.
This married llfo makes a man get
right down to business, doesn't It,
It is reported from Washington
that thore Is llttlo doubt but that
Arizona will bo given statehood at
this session of Congress, and that
Mark Smith, formerly of Kentucky,
will bo Its first United States Son-
1910 will be a year of very high
prices. Flour, Meal, Bacon, Lard
and a fow other things will be too
high to uso. However, If you should
uso any of these you will find ours
of the very best quality and at prices
5 por cent lower than elsewhere.
Hickman Grocery Co.
Willis Wilson Is agent for the O.
K. Laundry, Fulton, Ky. He will call
for your lauudry Monday or Tuesday
afternoon. Phono 19, or leave your
laundry at his headquarters Fuqua,
Helm & Co's. store.
Tho Congressman who wishes that
ho "cannot live comfortably on
COO a year," cau mako a big bit by
giving somebody elsu a chauce to
try It, anyway.
Bourbon Red Turkeys. Rhode Red
Chickens. Eggs from Red Chlckons
$1 for 15. Write for prlcu of turkeys.
Mrs. G. 11. Threlkeld, Slate I.luo,
Trains wore compelled to stop In
East Hickman, Sunday, on uccount
of a trestle being out of line between
hero and tho Junction.
Schmidt has tho swollest lluo of
prlug samples you over laid your
eyes on, From JIG to 40.
Horn , Sunday morning, to tho wife
of II. A. Moore, a 12 Vi pound baby
-ASK FOR RATES-
A. H. Leet, Prop.
Best of Milk and Butter delivered.
Homo Phone No. 27.
McMURRY- A FLAT
Office over Hickman Drug Company
BETTERSWORTH 4. PRATHER
City' Delivery; both phonos No. 38.
'.'Best of Everything"
B. S. ELLIOTT
Carpenter and Contractor
Let me figure -with you.
COTTON & ada:::
Plumber and Tlnnera
Go Anywhere for Business
Phono No. 73.
A. E. KENNEDY
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance''
Best Companios on Earth
Phone No. CI.
COURIER REALTY COMPANY
Phone No. 21
Will sell that placo and got you an
other. No business, no pay.
HICkMAN .-JHNITURE CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmert.
Phono 20, night or day.
DR. E. M. CRUTCHFIELD.
Davidson's old stand. Phono No. 2.
, ' Hickman, Ky.
GRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP
(Hunzlkera Old Stand)
Lowest prices for horseshoeing.
Wood and Iron Work.
The Courier costs only one o
o dollar a year or less than 2 o
o cents per week. Are you a o
o subscriber ? It la too cheap o
o to either steal or borrow. Sub o.
o scribe today. Your money re- o
o funded. If not satisfied I 1 I o.
Feathers, Tallow. Beeawax,'
Ginseng, Golden Seal, (Yellow
Root), May Apple. Wild Gtnier,
ate. we are aeaiera; nuDiitnnj
In 1856-"0k half! century In Loulivllle"
and can do belter for you than agents
or commlitlon merchant!. Reference, any
BanklnLouUtllle, Write for weekly price
lilt and Ihlpplng tags,
M. Sabol & Sens,
229 E. Market St, LOUISVILLE, KY.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE. .
Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky.
Mlnnlo Scearco, Plaintiff, against
Myia Scearce and Zoma Scearco, de
fendants. By virtue ot a Judgment and Or
der of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court,
rendered at tho January term, there
of, 1910, In the abovo cause, for
the sum of wl'h Interest at the
rate of per cent, per annum from
the day of 19 until paid,
and costs herein, I shall proceed
to offer for sale at the Court Houso
door In Hickman, Ky., to the highest
bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION, on Uio
14th day ot March, 1910, at 10 o'
clock a. m., or thereabout, (being
County Court day), upon a credit of
six mouths, the following described
Ninety-four acres lying cast of and
adjoining lot No. 5 In tho division of
tho lands In tho action In Fulton couu-.
ty Court of Robert L. Scearco et ul,
t'galnst A. K. Scearce, otc, being
par' i of tho NW and NE Quarters,
Sue. 35, T. 2, R. 4 W., same being
deeded to Albert S. Scearco by A.
O. Holmes, Special Commissioner In
said case; also a Mi undivided Inter
est In 85 acres In tho NW U of Sec.
34, T. , R. 4, W., and being same
land owned by W. C. Scearco nt tho
time of his death.
Or sufficient thereof to produce tho
sums of monoy so ordered to bo
made. For tho purchase price, tho
purchaser, with approved security or
securities, must execute Bond, bear
ing legal Interest from the day of
sale until paid, and having tho force
and effect of a Judgment, Bidders
will bo prepared to comply promptly
with theso terms.
J. R. MILNER. Com.
NOTICE TO PUULIC
Parties who owo tho Hickman Fur
niture Co. accounts that aro duo will
please call aud settle at oucu. Wo
wish to close the old books at ohm.
iU. K. REEVKS, Mgr.
0. H. Uooro.