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Telephone 65 for Plumbing and Tinwork-JOHN cottqn
A JC FOR RATES
A. H. Loot, Prop.
IM. 0f Milk and Huttor delivered
B"1 .. IMmnn Ko. 27.
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MeMUnnY A. FLAT
Ltflrt our Hickman Drug Company
IETTER3WOHTH . PRATHER
I IKJIt.ry, both pbouoa(No. 38
U, S. ELLIOTT
Cjrptnler and Contractor
Ui ma figure with you.
i F. KENNEDY
ki, Lll and Accident Insurance
Dfit Coinpaulea on Earth
l'houe No. 61.
COURIER REALTY COMPANY
Phont No. 21
Lj lut that placa and Rut you an
.rL. V. liiialnAaa hn ti.v
HICKMAN . -RNITURE CO.
funeral Director and Embalmars.
l'Louo JO, nlgbt or day.
DR. C. M. CRUTCHFIELD.
k'Uio&'i old aUnd. 1'boue Ko. 2.
CRAY'S BLACKSMITH SHOP
(Hunxiker1! Old SUnd)
iLcmt prices (or horseshoeing.
Wood and Iron work.
HICKMAN HARNESS CO.
A. J. Wright, Manager.
IVilcu and Dealers In Harneaa.
Krpur Work a Specialty.
CLAY X CALDWELL.
Kickjmltblng and Woodwork.
Horse Shoeing a specialty.
t -al H.. kmanltc wont over to
Mn I ;t Sunday. In a. L. Dodds'
'"! hmilf. wife and chlldrvn
11 I luitur, wlfo and aou. In
i haUard t car were himself, wlfo.
Irk msedy and wlfo and 8arah
s Mclonmll In W. II. Ualtzor's
-e li.milf, wlfo and daughter
U II II. Hot and wlfo. Ono gen-
i ru-'un-d n tire, but wo will
I' u times- ,t mlKbt get out.
ry It-like It REO.
W I I .M
On the Streets
II. 0. Halo was lu Union City Hun
day. Kd Mlllot has been on tho alck lint
llryant Cox waa hero last week for
a day or two.
John Hagan spent n few days at
liumu tbla week.
Miss I.lzzlo Amborg was In Mayflel
drat of thu week.
Sir. Webb and party, of Fulton,
wuro hero Sunday lu their nuto.
Uuy your grocorlca at thu Hickman
Grocery Co., and aave 6 per ccuL
Misses Opal Crawford nnd Lucy
Dons, of I)oreiia,wero beru Satunlay.
Miss .Molllo llouruu spent Sunday
In Union City, with her sister, .Mrs.
"Hverybodys Coffo" Is better than
auybodya coffee. At tho best stores
If your groceries have not Drovcn
entirely aatlsfactory try trading with
C. II. Moore.
Hardy Llgon, of Union City, spent
Sunday hero with hla family at tho
home of J. J. C. IIondurnnL
W. A. Johnston attended n meeting
of thu Ketall Hardware Dealers Asso
ciation at Union City yesterday.
The Hickman Furniture Co. ban
dies the best line of Furniture In
West Kentucky. Let ua ahow you.
You'll admit w hen you drink it that
you dldn'U know it could grow so
good, tha'a honest about "Everybodya
Coffee." On sale at tho best stores
Its good all the way down, and
then some. This "Ercrybodya Coffco
that most everybody In Hickman Is
using. Try It once uud you'll bo glad
Dirt has been broken for tho erec
tion of a negro Industrial school near
Paducnh, to bo conducted along tho
lines of tbo Hooker Washington school
at Tuskegee, Ala.
Fulton and Hickman will bo less
than ten miles apart when the new
gravel road Is completed. Mr. Farm
er, when tho subscription list Is giv
en you, remember that you aro he
one thnt will bo benefitted.
Tiicro's a whole lot of fun In figur
ing on a plumbing contract. If you
feci that you havo a keen senso of
humor, come around nnd enjoy your
self while wo mako you an estlmto.
All Jokes aro fresh 1910 croi and
pills sugar-coated. J no. Cotton, tho
Jolly plumber and tinner.
A. M. Tyler, of I'aducah, waa horo
Dost flour on tbo market. Boltcra
worth & I'rather.
REO continues to be the best bev
erage on the market.
Kdgar Naylor and wlfo arrlvod Sat
Take your produce to C. II. Moore,
ou the hill. Highest prlcoa paid.
Buy your groceries from tho Hick
man Grocery Co., and save C per
Mrs. C. W. Curlln and Miss Ivn Ad
nms wcro In Union City one day last
Tho best flour In Hickman Ilulto's
Kxcelletice at Uetters worth & 1'ra
ther's. Mrs. J. M. Held left Tuesday on a
two weeks' visit to Mrs. John Casslty
Mrs. Jerry Malone, of Union City,
spent several days hero last week
visiting Mrs. Witting.
A few more Cold Fish at Holm &
Ellison's. Come quick it you want
them. I'opular prices.
Mrs. Ola Shaw and children, of
Stato Unu, visited Mrs. J. H. JJrown
from Friday until Sunday.
We want all the local news. If
you cannot see a reporter, call No.
21 Cumberland or Home phone.
Miss Mary I'olhamus has returned
to Dorena after a week's visit to
Miss .Millie HlnHliaw and Miss Lyto
Mrs. Hardy Llgon and children, of
Union City, are visiting her father,
J. J. C. Hondurant, and family, this
Mrs. Horace Lutcn and children,
of Fulton, visited Mrs. Maggie Ilau
dlo a few days last week. Dr. Lu
tcn Joined them hero Sunday.
St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday,
April 17. Annual visitation of HL
Hev. Charles E. Woodcock, D. D.,
Hlshop of Kentucky. Services 11 a.
ui. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10
On Tuesday afternoon of last week.
Miss Cassle Doss and Albert Uarnhlll,
two young peoplo of Dorena, Mo.,
eloped ot Union City, where they
wero married. They crossed tho river
In tlmo to catch tho 2:20 afternoon
train to Union City, returning to
Hickman that night. Mrs. Uarnhlll
Is tho eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. llurno Doss, one of the most
progressive farmers of tho Dorena
vicinity, and one of the prettiest
young ladles of that neighborhood.
Mr. narnhlll Is farming with Leo
Cochran, near Dorena, and has been
In that locality about threo years,
going there from Tennessee. Congratulations.
ON THE NORTH BY THE NORTH POLE
AT JONES No. 2
Everything Good to Eat
All kinds of
Cold Soda Water ' 5
YOU ARE WELCOME
ON THE SOUTH BY THE SOUTH POLE
Greetings to the Blue Grass State
TO those who have dwelt within the land of old Kentucky, can
the vastness and richness of the country be appreciated.
To those who have tilled the soil and reaped the products thereof,
can the quality and quantity be known. But to those who are in
close relation to the rural community of this great territory, such as
the Hardware and Implement Dealers are to this great territory, can
the value of its people to the nation be estimated. The abundant
crops of Cotton, Wheat , Corn and Alfalfa , and immense herds of
live stock, comprising the finest bred Horses in the country, in
cluding Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, being the main feature in the agri
cultural districts, but neither can be raised without the spacious
fields which must be enclosed with American Wire Fence, and the
better the quality of Fence, the better quality and quantity the
production of Crops and Live Stock will be.
The community at large do not appreciate to what extent the
Prosperity of the American Farmer has advanced during the past
ten years. It almost sounds like a fairy story, but it is a fact that
the Agricultural Community is today furnishing the coin which
propels the large business interests in our Eastern Metropolis. The
fluctuation of the stock market on Wall street does not interest
them, for the reason that they themselves produce the commodi-
ties upon which the world subsists. This, in itself places our Farm,
er Friend at once in a position to be envied by the monarchs of the
. We wish to state that we have placed our order for several
cars of American Fence to arrive in a few days.
Also, we wish to inform our friends that we have a straight
tip that manufacturers are going to advance the price on Imple
ments of every description on May 1st. It is a positive fact, and
we advise you to buy what you need now. Our two large ware
houses are filled with Implements, and as long as these last you get
them at the same old pride.
Hickman Hardware Co.
To Oat Rid of Double Chin.
Flabblness about the cheeks Is su
perfluous, expressionless animal fat,
due to malnutrition, provoked by a
dtsorganled nervous system. The
bands or ribbons ot fat can be tight
ened up into muscle by local exercise,
1 e., bending the head In so many di
rections as the anatomy will allow.
To arrest further deposit of this dis
figuring tissue the anti-fat treatment
is prescribed, which excludes or re
duces the supply of foods, containing
bugar and starch, and Includes system
atic exercise, temperance tn eating
and drinking, and absorbing occupa
tion. As the nerve force Is Jtnall, the
system needs nerve foods In the
shape of light tonics and a dietary
that yields sufficient nourishment with
out overheating the blood or overtax
ing the stomach.
A cool, clean atmosphere, with
abundant fresh air day and night, to
cleanse and invigorate tho lungs; wa
ter in quantity for internal and exter
nal use. to free the skin of its impu
rities, are Indispensable, nesldes head
exercise, a little alum, 'alcohol or ben
zine used in the water will tend to
tighten the skin, and sea salt or Ep
som salts will neutralize some of the
oil below 1L From the Family Doctor.
Mrs, O. Hartweck left this morulug
for California to visit her sou, A.
O. llertwx'tk, at Almeda, and other
relatives. Shtf will bo gone about
three months. Her husband nccom
paulcd her as far as St. Louis.
I guarantee all plumbing and tin
nlng I do. If the work don't come
up right and I can't out-talk you
wo will cheerfully do tho Job over
Just like any other plumber, Cotton.
It, U. Johnson, wlfo and sou, Mac,
left today for Nashvlllo. Mrs. John
sou will bo operated ou for tumor.
llder Urtganco will preuch at Mt.
Heruum next Sunday. A cordial In
vitation Is extended to ull.
Don't fall to seo "Advanced Vaude
ville" at tho Lyric, Friday and Satur
J. A. Cottoti is putting a now roof
i.i mu opera uousu.
A GREAT MINSTREL.
Geo of the most laughable things
over seen behind the foot-lights of
tbo Lyric, was tho great, grand, gor
geous troupe known as Barlow & Wil
son's Minstrels, Monday night. Tho
show was so good that we bad our
money's worth long beforo It was
over and would have made our de
parture, but a down-pour ot rain pro
vented. It was raining even on the
stage, possibly a providential hap
pening, and the red coats wero damp
ened in a manner that lent a tragic
effect to tho comic attempt. We
could sympathlzo with tbo minstrel
wo ourselves had only one "change,"
and stayed with them as wo wero In
Every act brought tho house down
in thundering applause, and the Jani
tor picked up half a wasbtub full ot
vest buttons next morning as a re
sult ot so much hysterical laughter.
A cross-eyed man with wavy hair
made a big hit when bo ascended to
a high noto in thu feminine pitch
and tbo thing bursted. It fact, all
the singing will bo long remembered.
Tho Jokes wero certainly treasures.
Generations after generations havo
carefully preserved them for posterity.
Tho final scene was Indeed touch
ing swaying the audienco from tears
to laughter. Words will hardly de
scribe this marvelous stunt. It was
tho nemo of theatrical classics; tboro
was a mingling of tho gravo uud the
gay of pathos and comedy that held
the audience spell-bound. This spec
tacular sceuo was composed ot ono
rnut chasing another doughface round
the stngu. Four tlmeB tho mut hit
thp doughfuce on tho posterior anat
omy with a shlnglo uud the curtain
fell to slow music.
RUSH CREEK ITEMS.
Clear and cool. Wo rejoice to see
the sun shlno once more.
Mrs. Albert Koper and daughter.
Miss Salllo, ot Mud Creek, visited Dan
Davis' family Sunday.
Mrs. Aim McGeheo and Mrs. Louis
Atwlll, of Mud Creek, spout Wednes
day with Mrs. Jeff Davis.
Everybody must turn out Sunday to
hear tho school boy preacher, ot Mar
tin. Next Sunday at 11 a. in.
Mrs. Hoyt Yoon and son, ot near
Harmony, aro visiting her mother,
Mrs. Walter Crostlc, who has that
delicate disease mumps.
Will McGehee hired a hand Monday
and told him to turn tho cows into
the pasture. Ho did so but has not
returned. Has anyone seen him!
COOPERS GO FREE.
In tho case ot Col. Duncan I).
Cooper and ltobin J. Cooper, father
and son, convicted of killing former
United States Senator, E. W. Car
mack on tho streets ot Nashvlllo,
Nov. 9, 1908, and sentenced to tweuty
years each In the stato penitentiary,
tho Tennessee supreme court Wed
nesday morning, by a divided vote,
affirmed the sentence ub to D. li.
Cooper. As to Itob.u Cooper, tho caso
also by a dived vote, Is reversed and
remanded to the lower court for n
new trial. While Chief Justice Ueard
was reading a dissenting opinion In
tho caso ot Duncan U. Cooper, Gov.
I'utterson wrote a full pardon for thu
It was great!
Hurrah! Fulton county Is going to
have bettor roads. Its the best movo
our rpuuty officials have made lu a
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