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VERNICOL reproduces the colors and
effects of hard woods. It Is not af
fected by heat or cold, soap or water,
and when used on floors does not
show heel marks. It Is designed for
finish on -
FLOOR8, hard or soft wood, old or
new, In good or bad condition, paint
ed or natural. It Is a very durable,
attractive and economical floor finish.
Nothing wears better.
WOODWORK new or old, of hard or
soft wood. It makes the woodwork
part of the color scheme of the
room. It covers the bad painting
an renews finish that has been marr
ed or worn. It Is a great Improve
ment for kitchen wainscoting, refrig
erators, kitchen sinks, bath rooms, Ac
FURNITURE. It helps to harmonlxe
the furniture and decorations, renews
old articles, giving them new life
Cowgill's Drug Store.
TIME TABLE C, M. . G. R. R.
(Effective June 4, 1911)
Leave Hickman G 30 a. ra.
Arrive Dyersburg S:20 a. m.
Leave Hickman 2.00 p. m.
Arrive Dyersburg 6:00 p. ni.
Leave Dyersburg 9:00 a. ni.
Arrlre Hickman 12:00 noon
Leave Dyersburg 0:30 p. in.
Arrive Hickman 8:30 p. in.
O. M. ROSS, Agent.
Joe Everly, of Wolf Island, was In
town Monday on business.
Mrs Kate Smith Is spending a few
days In Nasbvlle this week.
Cashier W. C. Reed and Lon Nay
lor, Jr , went to Louisville Saturday
This Is "wall paper" time. Let us
show you the prettiest Hue you ever
saw. Fetbe & French.
Misses Lizzie and Mamie Pickett,
who have been attending school here,
have returned to their home near
The size, fit and workmanship of
the Pin Check pants are guaranteed.
Refund your money or replace the
garment If they are not up to the
guarantee. H. E. Curlln.
Miss M. Williamson and Mrs. Jab.
Wheat, of LoulsUUe, who participate
en in the graduating exercises of
Hickman College, were the guests ot
C L. Walker and wife while here.
They left Friday for Mengelwood, be
fore returning to Louisville.
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DODDS & DeBOW
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Kentucky Saddle Horses
Red Polled Cattle, Large Bone Berkshire Hogs.
Stock For Sale at All Times. Ill
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Ths Little Fellow If ha catches ma, this will ba unreasonable restraint.
See our line of wall paper. VMhe
W. J. 1-ogan returned from Arkan
Orvls Sullivan left for Mayfleld
Saturday night to visit home folks.
We furnish your home complete.
St. Louis Furnishing Co. sells it for
Mlsa Estelle Itenoau left Friday
night for St. Louts to spend tho sum
Mrs. F. M. Ryan has returned from
a towboat trip with Capt. Ryan to
A few dollars down and a little
each month and you can soon own a
Lome. See M. B. Shaw. tfo
Rev. W. L. King will preach at
Spring Valley Church, the first Sun
day In June. Everybody invited.
Miss Lillian Choato is expected to
arrive home Saturday from school at
Rnndolph-Macon College, Lynchburg,
Robt. MoDanlel, of Protemus, Tenn.
was the guest of Mrs. Oscar Salmon
and other Hickman relatives labt
We have a tew Hickman Souvenir
Enveloped loft. The set of 'three
shows 1C views. You can get them
at 10c a package (24 envelopes), at
this office while they last. They are
Just as cheap aa blank ones, and nre
the thing to send your friends away
Oscar Salmon was In Tlptonville.
A. P. Thurmond was hero from Dy
Screen doors aud fixtures at Rey
nolds Moss & Co.
H. E. Curlln spont Sunday with his
parents nt Woodland Mills.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn and children, of
Dorona, were here Saturday.
J F. Leo was here from Donald
son Point, Mo, first of the week.
C. L. Walker and Dr. L P. Ualtxe'r
Kent to Donaldson Point, Sunday on
the Mangel tug.
W. E. Richardson returned Friday
to Nashville after visiting Mrs. Helm
and family ou Troy Avenue.
Dr. and Mrs. McDermott, of Clin
ton, were here Friday the guest ot O.
C. Smith and wife. Mrs. McDermott
Is a nelce of Mr. Smith.
Remember If you have surplus pro
duce or auythlug to sell, or want to
buy anything, our want columu will
do the work. Only lo a word.
Tom French left Friday night for
Louisville to see the ball game be
tween Minneapolis and I-oulsvllle He
wont from there to Roanoke, Va , to
visit his sister, Mrs. Archer Boogbei
WANTED: To buy 6000 coupons
from "Everybody's" coffees, baking
powders, extracts, teas and apices, In
Iota of 26 or more. Highest cash prico
paid. Apply In writing to Box 75,
Bardwell, Ky. 4c
Every New Shape, Block and
Weave will he found in our
hat section. Nothing desir
able has been overlooked.
A style for every face.
A price for every purse.
Seasonable Underwear 31;"
weight and the right sort. Opinions differ as to what is the "right sort," but whatever
your personal opinion may be, we can satisfy you. Drop in and have a look.
DIAZ NEPHEW TO ASSIST
With Thro Thousand Troop, Kin sf
ths Ex-President Awaits Word
From Havana Ecclesiastical
Party Roady to Support.
Mexico City, May SO. A counUr
revolution that threatenta to tact for
heavier total in human life than the
Madtrlst uprising Is gathering in ths
southern extremity of Mexlvo, accord
ins to private and official advices re
ceived here from various sources.
With 3,000 well armed men under
him, Fsllx Diaz, a nephuw of ths ab
dicated preatdent Pornrio Dlax, Is
patrolling the state of Oaxaca. oslenti
bly keeplUK order and pultlnr down
anarchy In reality, hownver, Felix
Diaz's soldiers are said to b the
nucleus of an army which will pro
claim Oen. Bernardo Reyes preslduuL
Reyes Ready to Aid,
General Reyes la said to be ready to
thrown his Influence and fortune with
the Felix Dlax uprising and to take
personal command of the army And
behind Diaz and Qoneral Rees looms
up the supporting figure of the former
president ot tho republic Pornrio
Diaz himself, who, according to re
ports, will lend his prestige and for
tune to the task of making Reyes bis
successor as dictator of the republic.
The powerful ecclesiastical party In
Mexico Is also said to be ready to sup
port the Reyes movement There aro
two other mensclng phases ot the
chaotic state which exists throughout
Mexico One Is the possibility of an
open break between Oen Francisco I
Madero and Provisional president Do
la Harra because ot what Dv la Harra
views as the assumption to premrne au
thority hi the ItiBUrrecto lender, the
second Is the dlicovory of n plot
against tho life of Madero nud the
cliarKe that It has been promoted by
some of the wealthiest men In Mexico
These men It Is said may be driven
by the retell tlons of the plot to sup
port the Reyes revo'utlon.
ACID DOSE KILLS NURSE
Mrs. Adelaide Hunt, Former Trained
Nurse, Drinks Poison by Mis
take In Her Home.
Bt. Iviuls. Maj 30 A mistake
acalnst which she probably hnd been
cautioned hundreds ot limes whllo
stud)liiK to become u trained nurse
caused the death of Mm. Adululdu
Hunt of 63 Lockwood aemio, when
she drunk carbolic acid, mistaking it
fur other medicine.
Mrs Hunt had been sllglly ill for
soveral months. Medicine prescribed
for her w as on a shelf In a dark room.
Uy mistake she seized the wrong bot
tle and poured two ounces In a tum
bler and drank tho contents.
Her screams brought her husband
to her aid. Sho was dead beforo phy
sicians reached the homo.
Tennessee Bankers Meet.
Nashvillo, Tenn., May 30. Tho Ten
noasco Dankcra' association begun Its
twenty-first annual convention in Nash
villo with a large and rcprcsontntlvo
attendance. Tho sessions will last two
days. John Perrln of Indianapolis and
William Livlngatono of Detroit will ad
dress tho convention.
Dies From Result of Fall.
Evnnsvlllo, Ind., May 30. Louis A.
Woichcl, a wealthy sheet iron manu
facturer, aged 4C years, died of blood
polsoninn caused by a fnll from a lad
dor a fow days ago. Ho is survived
by a family of thrco.
James Cunningham, of Union City,
was hero Sunday tho guest of Miss
Miss Brevard Hurt,
MUs Marie llretard, who has bnn
tilting Mia McCrttw, lu Uadt-n.
Tenn . Blue her return from l.ltils
Rock, had tht misfortune Krfday of
KettliiK her left wrist brakeu Mb
Marie and MIm MeCraw had started
to Maton. Tenn . In a buey to Ret o
train for Arlington. Tenn , lo sfmud
the day. when, as they drove out, the
horse shltd and turned the buggy
over Miss Marie's arm was broken In
the wrist, and although Mis McCran
suffered no broken bunea. she waa
badly bruised and It was feared she
wait Injured Internally A Memphis
specialist oji oallsd and both are
Kettlnt; along nUiely MIm Marie Is
expected homo In a few days.
Louis JoncH went to Craig, Tenn,
Saturday, where he will have charge
of the construction work solus on
there for the Mangel llox Co.
We are authorized to announce
THOa. 8. RHEA
a candidate for the office of Stale
Treasurer, subject to the action ot
the Democratic primary, July lat
HICKMAN FURNITURE CO.
Sunday, June 41b
C. M. .5: Q. R. R.
(Hickman's New Railroad)
The rate will be Fare One Way for the Round Trip
Leave Hickman at
Leave Dyersburg at
S. G. LATTA, Prest.
With the Eclipse carrying
the banner, our shirt showing
is a procession of styles that
embraces everything desira
ble. The newest and choic
est patterns, many of them
exclusive with us, the best
styles and the right prices
combine to invite your inspection.
lllcluuitu Ilaptist Church SunJs.
June 4th There will bo Iho usa u
services Sunday School at lu a
in. preach lii at II o clock and a' K
o'clock Kvr member of the rhur a
U urged to be present We eit-i.J
a cardial Invitation to the publu t.
attend our Mrrlce Spurgrou W in
Coruian Vance Btit to Union T
Monday to attend lb fuueral of b
Mrs Mary l.lgon returned to Union
City. Thursday, after an extended m
It lo her father. J. J C. Houdurant
For Sale 2
Sweet Potato Slips
Old Time Yams and Queens
Leave orders with H. IL Curlin,
Hickman, or phone or write M.
L. Ctiilin, Woodland Mills,
. Urtier Krccivo Prompt Attention.
.... 7:00 a.m.
... 5:30 p. m.
G. M. ROSS, Agent.
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