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Police Court News.
Set Your Mind
Right now is the time to wear one. Made to
$17.00 to $23.00
The colors are rich and beautiful. A perfect
warm weather suit. They are high in fabric but
not in price. Try one and you will agree with us.
Millet & Alexander
John Q. Adams, of the Hickman
Tla & Plumbing Co, was hurried to
Nashville, Tenn., Friday afternoon to
be operated ou for appendicitis. We
are glad to learn that the operation
vas successful, and last reports say
Mr. Adams Is resting well. The
physicians at St Thomas Hlspltal
claim that had he been six hours
later, he could not have survived.
He was accompanied by Dr. C. W.
Curlln, E. W. Adams and Mrs. J. Q
Here's hoping he has a speedy recovery
Don't forget the election of three
members on the school board next
Wednesday The members whose
terms expire are Mayor Tom Dillon,
W. C. Johnson and F. M. Provow.
Granulated Eye L'ds
'an In' cm id vllliom c-m .trzlng or
staur.vliiK l 'in 1 1 cl Shilinrland't
Eagle Rye Salve. We guarantee It
to cure. 26c everywhere. 8
Tbo matlnoe session of Judge Rem-
ley's court, Monday afternoon, was
enlivened with a comedy ekotch In
the trial of Moao Darkott, charged
with assaulting Tom Androws. Tuo
alleged offonso was tho out-como of
a balanco of 15c owed to the defend'
ant by Mr. Androws. Honest Moso
Dleadcd his own case to tho Jury, ad-
monlshlng them to mako allowance
for what City Attorney Davis would
have to cay. Tho Jury, however, fin
ed Moso IE.
Mose swore out a warrant for An
drcwa and ho was tried for disturbing
tho peace. He was found not guilty.
In cither instance tho case amount
ed to virtually nothing.
J. W. White, tho West Hickman
groceryman, was next called to an
swor to tho charge of breach of tho
peace Saturday night ,nnd to adminis
tering exoromo punishment. Mr.
Whlto told the Jury that he was un
willing to spare tho rod and spoil the
child In fact, ho was of tho opinion
that the boy hadn't receUed more
than half he needed. About a dozen
witnesses were called In the case, af
ter sorao deliberation, tho Jury was
: unable to agree. Mr. Whlto will
have another hearing Friday morning.
Since our last report Jim Rhodes,
was fined J 20 for committing forni
cation. Ben Smith, for carrying concealed
Jim Dunn, violating local option
Jim Dunn. Grant White. Ed Tottcn.
Earnest Nichols and Dob Sangster,
gaming, $20 each.
Other petit offences, summed up
as breaches of the peace and fines
assessed at $5 each, wcro given tho
following; Sallle Horseley, C. A.
Trusty, Inez Taylor, Otto Jenkins, J.
Rone, Bob White, Frank Downing
and Allle Flowers. .
Miss Hazel Adams was In Nashville
Don't Experiment With a Cough
When Dr Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey has
been used by millions of people for
sixteen years with a steady Increas
ing demand Look for the Bell on
the Bottle 8
In taking Dr. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honey
for coughs and coWs It contains no
habit producing drugs. Look for the
Bell on the Bottle. 8
9x12 Art Squares $1.50. St. Louis
Furnishing Co. sells It for lew.
Tne ieKmep. tpust5 ?risoner.
U. S. Tariff Commission Cannot
Prevent Higher Prices on Shoes
Shoe prices in this country are fixed by the Leather Trust.
The Trust has a throttling grip on the tanneries.
It regulates the quantity of leather. It fixes the price of that leather.
"Worse than that it influences the quality of all leather.
If cheaper shoes if better shoes mean anything to you and your family, you must
strike for yourself Get Endicolt-Johnson shoes. Endicott, Johnson & Co. are the only shoo
manufacturers in this country who are independent of the Leather Trust.
They buy their hides in the open markets of the world. They own their
tanneries tney tan every pound of leather they put into tnar shoes. Tliey sell
direct to your home shoe dealer, cutting out the profits of four distinct middlemen.
Endicott-Johtison shoes save you 50 cents to $1.00 on every pair and they
give you service, style, fit and comfort that you simply cannot get in any other
shoes at any price.
The ENDWELL (Goodyear Welt) is their dress or business
shoe 93.00, 93.50 and 4.00.
END WELL shoes give you every choice of style snappy,
up to the minute lines, or the more conservative cut any width
and shape of toe all the colors of leather. Good fitting ex
quisitely finished easy to the foot.
Look for this name stamped in every shoe
SULLIVAN BROS. """-"' Kentuckr
Shoe buyers who lire outside the city where thb paper is publiihcd can learn the names of their home dealers
who carry ENDWELL shoe by writing to Endicott. Johnson & Co., Endicott, N. Y.
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St. LouU Furnishing Co. soil it
Houses for salo on Instalment plan.
M. B. Shaw. tfo
Born to th wife of W. C. Specr,
Friday, a 9-pound hoy.
Hickman's 6th rural free dollvcry
route starts tomororw.
Wo have como now things In fur
nlluro thU soaaoa. Hickman Furni
Miss Mario Schmidt, of Union City,
Is tho guest of her brother, Carl
S Self Is Improving after nurs
ing a vory aggravating case of blood
poisoning on the bands.
Savo from $1 to 2 a thousand on
your shingles by buylug direct from
mill C M. Yfttoo Shingle Co,
Dr Lon Naylor has purchased a
Hupmobllo runabout from tho local
agents Hubbard & Kennedy.
Kev Horace Siberell spent last
week In visiting In MUsouri and Ark
ansas, returning on the Rees Le.
Mrs J C Davldion and little
granddaughter, of Trenton, Tenn.,
were guests of Henrr Travis and
wife first of tho week.
Ferd Berendes couldn't resist tho
temptation to go to Louisville and
the Minneapolis team erois bats
with the Louisville sluggers.
Mhtsos Alma Perry and June Groie,
of Jackttou. Tonn., wore tho gUMts of
Ml Marguerite Fuqua last wek
They returned home Friday.
9 M Nalfeh aud wlfo returned
home Monday from Ft. Smith. Ark .
wbert they have boon visiting the
former's brother for several days
A party of motorist Including
Mrs M Ainberg, Miss Llstlo Auiberg,
Mr aud Mrs D 1). Wilson. Mr and
Mrs S L Dodds. and Baltzer aud
Miss Anna Lynn Dodds were In May
Miss Mena Dlestelbrink leaves this
week for uockport, Ky , to spend a
few days with relatives; from there
she goes to Indlanopolls, Ind., to
study music Sho will spend the sum
The regular services at the Christ
ian Church for next Sunday will be
aa follows: Sunday school, C C
Smith, Supt., 9:4b a. m. Preaching
by the pastor. Rev Horace Siberell,
at 11 a. m., subject. "How to Obtain
a Blessing," and at 8 p m , subject,
"The Parable of the Good Samsrltau'
The Courier Is publishing letters
from our fellow-townsman ,A 8 Bar
kett, who Is traveling in the Holy
Land If jou hao not been reading
these letters, we fee) that you are
raisalng a treat There aro many
quaint. Interesting customs recorded
by him that wu have failed to read
In the letters of anyone else'stravels
Commencement exercises of Hick
man College were hold at the Lyric
last Thursday night. The night was
very warm but the house was filled
to its capacity
The program rendered by the grad
uates was interesting and each indi
vidual effort was applauded Miss
M. Williamson, a member of a Louis
ville choir, and a singer of no mean
ability, was on the program for sev
eral appreciated numbers.
The Impersonations of Misses Vlr
glnla Roystcr and Blanche Helm were
especially good and showed much
work had been done in preparation.
Prof, dabby, in a few well chosen
words, presented the diplomas.
Friday eight tho musical depart
ment under Miss Mona Dlestclbrink,
gavo an entertainment at tho Lyric,
which was also well attended.
Tho musical numbers, drills, etc.,
wcro well rendered, and showed that
Hickman's futuro musicians woro not
lacking In talent.
Tbo school year Just closed has
boon a successful ono and both tho
students and teachers aro thoroughly
satisfied with tho good work that ha
Don't Bo Annoyed.
With skin troubles, chaps, pimples,
ono 2Dc box of Dr. Bell's Antlsoptlo
diuvo win euro you. Try it at onco.
My homo placo can bo bght at a
bargain. J. B. Houslcy.
Everything la lumber and builders'
hardware at Reynolda-Moss A Co.
Restored lo Health by Lydia 13. Piiikliani's Vegetable Compound
A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least
try a medicine which has the record of L)dia K. Pmkham's
Vegetable Compound, is, it woulil almost seem, to blame
for her own wretchedness. Read what this woman says:
Richmond, Mo. When my second daughter was eighteen
iiiont lis u 11 I Vww pronounced tv lioioUs Invalid lijr specialist.
I h nil Voiiiiiltiitloii of doctor and they mi Id I i???
of 'ulceration. I Wis In bed top ten weeks, hud sliildi g spoils,
and was pronounced lo ' ' ,,"IFt,M,u-o,MV,i0,,,V!Y.:.t. ir
iinHted that wo try tadln I- I'liiklHim'a Vegetablo Compound,
"ml 1 irJiiiBht mo lx bottle. I mkmi IhtihiiIo Improve, mid be
fore Ithnd all boon taken I was an we II ami Mnmic "!'2m?I
frloudn bardly rocouiilid mo mi prwit m UiocIiuiirc. -Jin.
Woodson UraustKttcr, Ulcliuioiid, Mo.
There are literally hundreds of thousands of women in
the United States who have been benefited by this famous
old emedy, which was produced from roots and heibs over
thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering.
Read what another woman says:
.Ioncsboro,Tcxas.-"I bavo uscl Lvdla ftlMiibliniit'iii V'RCta.
blc Compound for iiirself and dftucfitcr, and Mlilr It iinc
ii iiillrd for all feuialo dUoancs. I voiiU) not bo without It for
i y hlnir. 1 wMi erry mother In America could iw pemuaded
to tine II lit f hero would nr less Miffrrlntr amonif our cx then.
I urn iilmi Kliul ilc r wonl of praise for Ln! Ha I- 1 Inlt
hiiiu'A Vi'iiftuhln Compound, and 3 aro at liberty to into thU
tlliiioiiiul.,,-lr..Iaiin'a T. Laurcue', .lonesboro, 'loxas.
Since we guarantee that all testimonials which we pub
lish are genuine, is it not fair to suppose that if Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had the virtue to help
these women it will hi lp any other woman who is suffering
from the same trouble ?
For 30 yearn I.ydla P.. IMnkliam'i Vegetable
Compound ha Ix-en tho Mandard remedy for
female UN. No ulek woman doe Justice te
l.orsolf who will not try thl famoiw inwllclne.
Made exclusively from rooln ami nerlw, and
has thousands of c,ure-t to it credit.
K If the ullRhtcJit troubleappears which
you do nut understand, write to airs,
in at L mi, Ma-., for her ad leo - It Is
free and iilwujs helpful.
4u i MsTfUtJ"
n.ULittiAAvV UttiL sAllfcli sff-ltl Fi1- tAtifcL JskikiUal
iSB .1 .!, j!lL KU
If You Weigh
a bo ' EXCELLENCE flour, you
will find It ful wslflht. you ttit
the flour you will find It retains tftt
full flavor and nutritious qualities of
wheat from which It Is mads th
bttt wheat grown. It makes the
lightest and sweetest bread and I
the flour you ought to use.
C. B. Travis
Electric Light at Two-Fifths of its
Former Cost Means Economy in
It is absolutely aafe it is the most convenient
light it does not vitiate the air does not soil the
wall paper and decorations. To get it at two-fifths
of its former cost, order Westinghousc Wire Type
(single filament) Tungsten lamps. They give the
best light ever produced the easiest upon the eyes.
If your house is not wired telephone us for an
estimate on wiring it and installing fixtures you will
be surprised how little it will cost you.
Hickman Ice Coal Co.
ar. a?. cdxxjXjosnt, Jr., iwcbx-.
Wo can chow you any grado of
wall pvor you want at a very mod
erate price. Fethe & French.
Coffins and Caskots with an ex
perienced undertaker In charge. St.
Louis Furnishing Co. Iacorporated.