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oldest mfhi wmmm kbrtdokt HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. establkhediht'hetear ihh
In nddition to our prompt and accurate pre
scription aervice, we hnvc in stock nil of the
fnvorite family remedies for Spring use. In
our years of experience we hnvc learned the
stock and the very ingredients that nrc most
wanted in family recipes, and can put up any
thing you want on the shortest possible no
tice. Get your favorite tonics and other re
cipes filled now. We carry everything that
should be found in n first-class drug store,
promise you prompt service, reasonable prices
nnd courteous treatment.
"The Old Reliable"
HICKMAN DRUG COMPANY
To Our Patrons:
V arc pleased to Inform you tliut
j art now prepared to do your Tin
k,rk and numbing. Our price uru
, L.a trial nud workmanship tbu
l l Call and vv us or pbouu .No.
ht n lu uevd o( quick sen leu.
I j work guarauteud. Hickman Tin
u,(t liumblntf Co.
V 1 un Kit KKO at Helm & Kill-
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
u Local Appllcalluus, us they cau
sa liath the seat ot U.u dUuusu.
utarib u a blood or coustliutloual
disease, ana lu order to euro It you
uiuit uku lulurnal remedies. Hull's
Uurrb Curo Is taken lulerually, and
11. a uircclr ou ttiu blood uud mucous
iu.rn.. iLuil'i Calurrn Cure U not
quack uicdlclno. It wan proscribed
t; ouu ot tbu bunt physician In this
couuiry lor yea re uud la u regular
pr.iUiptlou. It li composed of tbu
t.t loulcs known, combined with tbu
U, blood purifier, uctlng directly 0
lu-. uiucouit surfaces. Tbu perfect
cuclmatiou of tbo two Ingredient
U wbat produce such wonderful ru
uL.k m curing Cut&rrh. Scud for tes
u'JuaU freo. Prank J. Cheney &.
to, I'rops., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 76c.
Take Hall's family Pills (or constl
The KlgbtlnB Parson," at tbu Lyr
ic, Thursday night, was ouo ot tbu
I". it shows seou lu Hlckmau for
touu tluie, aud wui grouted by a
(ood house Supported by a cluvcr
" Hi artists and special scenery,
W!lam Wlnterhoff tuado thu "fight-1-8
parson" a very Interesting character
MAKING A SUCCESS.
Dave Coruui, au old Hickman boy,
Is making good lu Mississippi. Tbu
following newspaper clipping tolls tbe
Mr. Dave Cururu, who bag been
employed by tbe Hebron Hank ut tbl
place, led bero Monday uiorulug (or
1'luola, where bo will take cbargu of
tbo Pinola Bank. Wo nro sure wo
bespeak tbo sentiments of tbu wbolo
community when we nay tbat wu re
gret to see Dave leave us for bo U
universally admired by all who know
him. Wo wish him much success lu
bit now location. New Uobrou, Miss.
Wo servo HEO Harris Ico Cream
Tho Clinton Gacztlo says: Hecaus
tbu Legislative committee saw (it to
whitewash tho members of tho Sen-
atu accused of accepting bribes Is no
reasou why a (earless grand Jury
could not dig up tbu real culprita, It
tbero aro any guilty ones, and of
this tbero scums to bo no reasonable
Cecil Clay, of Chicago, Is bcro vis
iting relatives and old Hickman
friends this week. Ho has been away
from Hickman about seven years and
was agreeably surprised at tho rapid
growth ot tho town Blnco his depar
Mrs. Nannlo Kingman returned last
Thursday from a visit with Mrs. J.
V, Iloyster, nt Fulton.
Of course prices (or plumbing and
tinning will couio down now, but you
will have to get my prices to seo just
how low tboy go. John Cotton.
You Use Flour'"
It is the Staff of Life!
But do you uio tho best (lour at the same price of that of
I havo secured tho excluslvo agency (or tho (lour that has
10 superior and few equals.
For the particularly fastidious taste call (or
Bulte s Excellence or Autumn Leaf
These two brands are In a class to themselves and a guar
antee goes with evory sack, to give perfect satisfaction or money
In High Patents try
White Swan, Red Rose, Carnation, Snowdrift
Theie brands are guaranteed to be high patent and made
from strictly first class soft wheat.
If you will glvo any one o( tfie brands a trial you will bo
convinced and made a regular user.
I manufacture tho pure meal for tablo use, guaranteed.
CALL ON YOUR GR0CE1 FOR ANY OF THE BRANDS OF
FLOUR NAMED, and you will confer a favor to yourself as well
as to, Yours to please,
C B. TRAVIS.
P. S. When you need meal, don't forget to call (or tho
I Our Spring Millinery...
HEO nt Helm Sc KIHaoii'b.
REO the best summer drink made.
Good shower Monday. It was need
A. A. Fnrls was In Cairo first of
Your parties are not complete un
less REO Is served.
W. M. McOehoo Is building a new
resldenco In tho Henry Addition.
A now- drink 11 different drink
"Dr. Pepper" at Helm & Klllson's.
Tho Kodak season is hero. A big
lino at (rom $1 up. Helm & Ellison.
After that party servo PEPSOLINE.
It's spicy, flavory, delicious. At all
Sudu N'nlfeh and wife aro spending
tho week with E. L. King and wl(o
Dultu's Excullonco (lour Is positive
ly guaranteed by us. Ilotterswortb
First strawberries o( tho 1910 crop
reached Hickman, TXicsdar. being
shipped to J, It. Am berg.
If you never tasted PEPSOLINE
you don't know what you've missed.
You should always have a case of
It In your pantry.
Hens sold at 19 cents per pound
on tbo Chicago market Monday. This
Is tho highest price over Vecorded
there In tbu history of tho trade.
PEPSOLINE, a delicious drink, bot
tled by the Hickman Bottling Works,
(or sale by all (irst class soda foun
tains. Take a bottle home with you
llulto's Excellence is tho name ot
our new, high grado flour, guaranteed
to bo tho best iu Hickman. Your
money back If not satisfied. Betters-
worth & Prather.
It. A. Tyler sold bis flue stallion,
Dr. Roan, to J. C. Stalllngs, of tho
east end ot tbu county. Price i'MO.
The horsu Is five years old, and Mr.
Tyler was offered $500 for him when
he was a colt.
Sunday morning between 1 and 2
o'clock, burglars drove a wagon up to
tho (rout door of Jako Blum's dry
goods store In Mound City, 111., and
loaded between $S00 and $1000 worth
of merchandise Into It. Tbo thieves
havo not been captured.
Card a are out announcing tho mar
riage of Miss Martba Doss Hall to
Sidney C. 1'robert, April 3, at Louis
vllle. Tho brldo Is a grand daughter
of Mrs. S. M. Hubbard, and Is well
known In this city. She Is also a
uelco of W. K. Hall, ot Fulton.
For tho (Irst time lu sovoral years
a Jury in Mississippi county baa fount
a man guilty of a capital crime and
sentenced him to meet tho extremu
penalty of tho law. Qeorgo Albert
Jackson Is tho man condemned, and
his crlmo was that ot rape upon Mrs.
Isophenla Henderson, nu aged widow,
who liven with her son near Bird's
Point, on tbo 2Sth day of October,
Hon. K. Tv Tyler, accompanied by
his wife, left Tuesday for St. Louis
to bo treated by a specialist (or a
form of heart trouble. Mr. Tyler has
not enjoyed good health (or some
time and spent a part ot tho winter
In Florida with tho hope of being
benefitted, but It seems that his con
dition was unchanged when he re
turned last week. His muny friends
hero hope (or his speedy recovery.
F. E. Luttrell showed us a very In
terestlng document this week a deed
made to P. McFuddcn (rom John I-ut
trull which U 108 years old. Tho
property conveyed Is located on Uek
Branch, Hed Hlver, lu Christian coun
ty, Ky., contaluliig 100 acres and was
sold (or CO pounds, John Clark was
county clerk. This 1b probably ono
or the oldest deeds now lu existence,
as tbo statu was lu Its Infancy at
Has Marched into Popular Favor
Because of Merit and Low Prices
Styles, quality, newness, beauty, and
the right thing at the right time, at
a fair price, is the cause of our mil
Our assortment is complete, and you'll be better pleased
by coming here first. Several new shipments received
every week, so you'll find something different every time
SMITH & AMBERG
HIGH TAX RATE.
Kentucky has a higher tax rate
(GO cents on tho $100 valuation) than
any of tho states lying nearby. In
Indiana It Is 33 35-100 cents, lu Ten
nosseo 35 cents, In Missouri 17 cents,
In Virginia 35 cents and In Ohio noth
ing. In the amount of money expend
ed annually by tho Stnte Government
Kentucky ranks well toward the too.
Missouri manages to conduct her af
faire with llttlo more than t-5,000.0ui)
annually, while Kentucky has already
spent $0,000,000 this year, with (our
months remaining of the fiscal year.
Leslie Stoker spent Sunday In Hick
Mrs. Wiggins is on tho sick list
Mrs. Itoynolds made a visit to Un
ion City, Saturday.
Mrs. J. D. Plckott was In Hickman
Craig Lawrenco moved hero (rom
Uev. Baty, of Martin, will preach at
Locust Grove Sunday.
Jno. Fletcher went to Martin Sat
urday to visit relatives.
Julian Choate, ot Hickman, was
hero on business Wednesday.
Atty. P. S. Mooro, of Hickman, was
hero on legal business last week.
J. O. King attended tho Browns-
villo unvolllng at Brownsville Sunday.
Mary Polhumus returned Monday
(rom a week's visit with (rionds in
J. J. Maddox and Clurouco White
returned homo (rom Charleston Sat
Sunday School was organized nt Lo
cust Grovo Sunday. Everybody Is In
vited to attend.
W. C. Bryant ami Claud CUatman,
of East Pralrlo, wero In tho neighbor
Mrs. J. O. King visited her slstor,
Mrs. Etta Pickett, lu Hickman, Satur
day aud Sunday.
Llzzlu Pickett, ot Hickman, came
oyer Sunday to stay a few days
with her father. J. II. Ilckctt.
Tho death nngcl passed over the
homo of Mrs. 1). C. Wbtto aud took
their infant child. Tho remains wero
burled at Brownsville, Sunday.
A. M. TYLER
Attorney at Law
I am now located at Padu
can, but will continue to prac
tice In the courts of Fulton
county and will be In Hickman
every 2nd and 4th Monday.
Our coupon system Is being hearti
ly endorsed by everyone. This Is
evident from the Increase In our busi
ness. And whyT Because It
Courier Want Column
lt.VTKS One OeDt per Wont per Week
uua in Auvance.
SAVES YOU 6 PER CENT.
YOU KEEP YOUR OWN ACCT.
PAY OULY FOR WHAT YOU
MAKES YOU MORI ECONOMI
CAL. GIVES THE CASH CUSTOMER
MORE FOR HIS MONEY.
SAVES US A BOOKKCn.TRS'
ENABLES US TO SELL FCTt
NO BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE
CHARGED TO PAYING CUS
TOMER. YOU KNOW WHAT YOUR GRO
CERY BILL IS EVERY DAV.
WE CARRY THE BEST LINE
OF GROCERIES AND FRESH
MEAT8 IN HICKMAN.
AND AGAIN SAVES YOU . 5
TRY IT ONE MONTH. . . . .
Mrs. Hoy McKluney, of Paducah,
daughter of Mrs, A. A. Paris, ot this
city, has been uauied as matron ot
Honor (or Forrest Cavalry at Con
federate Ileunlou iu Mobllo, April 2C,
ii aud 28.
FOH SALEi Small bottom (arm.
Aply at this office.
FOR SALE: Good, gentle family
horse. C. C. SMITH. 4i!Uc
FOR SALE: A good two-horso cort
planter.J7.50. C. L. HOSE. ii
FOR RENT: Desirable rusldeuco
on the H1IL L. P. iUUaou.
FOR RENT Business house on
Clinton street. Apply at this office.
WANTED: Small bottom farm, at
reasonable price. Address Hicknmu
FOR SALE Six nice corner lota
iu the Ileury Addition. Term to suit
purchaser. Julian choate. U&tfu
FOR SALE; White Plymouth Rock
eggs (or sotting. Mrs. A. K. McCou
nell, Hickman. Route 3. 33t(c.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Brown
Leghorn eggs for suttlug. Per setting
of 15 eggs, 75c C. A. Murchisou. ad
dress, Cayco, Ky. 5-lp
FOR SALE: Nice residence uear
the College. Pleuty of ground aud
all Improvements. Terms to suit pur
chaser. Don't pay rent. See us, if
you want a home. Hickman Courier.
FOR SALE; Two Alfred G. mares,
ages 4 and C; 1 Alfred G. goldlug.
age 3; 1 saddle horse; 1 slightly used
phaotou. Apply to Dr. J. M. Hubbard
Bourbou Red Turkeys. Rhode Red
Chickens. Eggs from Red Chickens
1 for 15. Write (or price of turkeys.
Mrs. O. B. Threlkeld. State LI no,
FOR SALE: 2-story G room housu
and 4 acres of laud with spring wa
ter, on Troy Aveuuo, 4 blocks (rom
College. Apply to F. E. Luttrell. lu
quire of B, T. Davis. 43-4o
NOTICE: I have money to umku
settlements (or all claims where
sheep have been killed by dogs In
Fulton county. It you havo claims
ot this nature, please present them,
S. T. Roper, County Clerk.
FOR SALE: Owing to a change In
busluess necessitating me leavlug
Hickman, I will soli my home ou
Carroll street near the Ico Plant.
For terms see Mrs. Graves at the
residence or write me at Rayvlllo,
La., H. W. Graves.
Garden seed at ButterswortU &