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THE HieKMAN COURIER.
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VOLUME 01 so. ni
PKBT PArT.R IB WEBTKKK lENTUOIY
HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1011.
WHOLE NO. I51
E8TABLI8nED IN THE YEAR 1HBW
Hickman Gun Club's Big 3-Days' Shoot
Begins Next Monday. Some Good Purses.
The Hlclunan Oun Club' third an
nual tournament will begin uext Mon
day and ImI three day.
Present Indtoatlona are that It will
vcllpte the bi aucvoia on a Ilku oo
. atlou hold las ywtr, which mean
ic will ho thu blggutl and beat thoot
(bat will be beld In the South thla
Prominent shooter (root all over
thu United States have written Pre
Meet 8, L. Dodd that they would bo
hero andjbrine somebody with them.
They arn ft high-clou lot of folks,
and wo should make overy offort to
how them a good tlino while tha
guueita of Hickman.
The program will bo found Interest
ing, both from u fluanulal standpoint
and that of gonoral arrangement Wo
print It herewith In condensed form,
Uiksu from tliolr 40-pago catalogue.
The ahoot will be held on the
grounds of the Mongol Box Co., west
JUNE 1 2th. 1911. FIRST DAY.
AIm Mm for tad ana Inl Dayi.
KttrHtauU )Wulr Optional
So.ol Trtt. 1'rwram. HwerptUliti Kilra
1 if Target Entrance J1.40 Entranco fl-00
210 Targets Entranco 11.40 Entrnuoo $1.00
3 16 Turrets Entrance f 140 Entrance 11.00
416 Target Entranco 11.40 Kntrunoo 11.00
6-16 Target Entrance 11.40 Entranco $100
6 ID Target Entrance 140 Entrance 1100
7-16 TarguU- Entrance 1.40 Eutrunco $1.00
8 '16 Tnrgeta Entrance 11.40 Kntranco $100
t 16 Target Entrance $1.40 Entrance $1.00
1016 Tmrgela Entrance $1.40 Entrance $1.00
Extra Eutranee Squlor
Money Hack System $1.00
160 Tara-eta Total.. . .$16.00 Total. ...$10 00
Hwcular Program Itoae Syatem, ratio poluu. 0, 3, 2, 1.
Optional Bcpitake Percentage Hyalem. 40, 30, SO, 10 per
cent, cltn shooting. Ten (10; entrle and under, three ruoueya, SO.
30 and 20 per cut.
To be eligible for the Squler Money-Back Syatem a conteatant
DUU compete lu ALL UEOULAit PllOORAM EVENTS
FOR THE THREE DAYS.
The optional Sweepstake are separate from the Kegular Pro
(ram and It Is optional with hte contestant whether or not ho make
entry for them. The Squler Money Back Syatem doea NOT apply to
the Optional Swcepatakc.
Percentage SjaUsm Five Money JO, 20, 20, 20 and 20 per cent.
1212 pr. double
13 26 Target
Added Money $26.00
Added Money $26 00
Added Money $26.00
Added Money $26.00
No ahooter will be allowed to aboot In the extra programme or
ahoot for high or low average prize without competing In the regular
programmer however any ahootcr can ahoot through tho regular pro
gramme for the threw daya and bn cllglulo for thu Squler MonoyUack
Money and not compete In the extra programme.
High and Low Average Money.
The following high and low average for amateur pritea are giv
en to thoo ahooUng through the entire throe day programme.
Qen. H. A. Tylar Prize.
First Might Ouu $30.00
Second High Uuu, 20.00
Third High Oun 17.00
-"; Fourth High Oun 16.00
Fifth High Oun 12.G0
Hickman Qun Club Prize.
Sixth lUgh Oun
Seventh High Gun
Eighth High Oun
Ninth High Oun
TV!, lllf.li Him ...... .
Eloveuth High Oun ow
Ttwolfth High Oun 6.00
Joe Cantlllon Prize,
First Lowest Oun ....$6.00 In gold
Second Lowest Ouu .... C00 In gold
Third lxweat Oun .... 6.00 la gold
Fourth Lowest Oun .... 0.00 lu gold
Fifth Lowest Ouu .... 0.00 In gold
First High Professional $0.00 In gold
Second High Profession!! 0.00 In gold
Third high Professional 0.00 In gold
Fourth High Professional 0.00 In gold
Fifth High Professional 0.00 in gold
Walter L. Brown Prize.
First High Oun in double.... $20.00
Second High Oun in double .. 16.00
Third High Oun In doublos.... 10.00
In arranging for our Shoot for th'a aoason wo had arranged and
advertised tho fact that wo would glvo a Throo Days Shoot. Percent,
ago System, with One Thousand Dollars cash added rnonoy. After tho
Intorstoto Association passed a ruling adopting a regular programme of
100 target. "SQUlcr Money Dack Systom," wo have decided to glo
three extra cvonu consisting of 20 target each and ono 12-pair dou
blcs each day, divided percontago system into flvo money a. -0, .0,-0,
20 and 20 pox cent. ...
Wo also havo somo special high and low average prlzca which
you will nolo for thoso hootlnB through tho ontlro programme. Theso
special events toko up $600 of ouradded monoy.
Now so thoro will bo no confusion or misunderstanding wo wish
to say that wo will glvo $500 added to tho Squler Money Dack Purso
KiTto inMndo 1160 slvcn us by tho Association and tho ono cent
TZirTZ Mon BUT NOT THE ONE DOLLOU
EXTOA PER DAY EXTRA OHAnOE) and this la based on our hav
S 70 OU LESS ohootcra t6 parUpate. However should wo havo over
-T fon,i Wn hnvo ovory renson to bcllovo wo will havo at least 126
W Rust -Proof
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Various Styles for
various Figure Needs
Style No. 228
Style No. 09
at Our Store.
Figures are not
made by chance
but by careful
at Our Store.
The New Figure
and Defined, Hips
STYLE means a lot to a woman. Now and then a woman
may sniff, but if studied one can see a failing in a style direction.
The effect of the most beautiful gown may be en
tirely spoilt if the base the corset is not right. The
waist of the dress may not touch the figure at the exact
point, the hips not be properly shaped and the gown may
wrinkle, be too tight or too loose.
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CORSETTING will do this oftentimes if the corset
shape is not right, or it may result from careless adjusting
or wrong lacing. A small matter like the lacing may throw
the entire corset out of figure alignment and the wearer will
be wretchedly uncomfortable.
That is what we are here for for correcting corset
mistakes. It is our business to study figures, all kinds of
'figures, large and small, tall and short, even figures with
imperfections, and these are well corsetted through our spe
cialized study of the subject.
Prices $1.00 to $5.00
A Model to Fit
Type of Form.
Style No. 501
Style No. 665
SMITH & AMBERG
8. V. Adams, of Union City, was
tho guest of Mrs. M. E. McNeil since
our last issue.
Hcv I! Slborell went to Cepe Oi
ranlouu, Mo, Monday to attend a
Atty. A M. Tyler haa purchased a
1 passenger Hupmobllo from Hubbard
& Kennedy, the local agents.
Wo appreciate your trade St,
Louis Furnishing Co. "sells It for
Remember Two Things
WHEN YOU PAINT
1. The paint is small part of-the cost. It's the paint
ing that counts.
2. It costs less to put on good paint than cheap, be
cause it's made better. If you use
Dc Sota Paint
you 3ct the best results at least cost. You will remem
ber the high quality long after you have forgotten the
cost. Color cards and pamphlets furnished free.
REYNOLDS, MOSS & CO.
Wo also carry Oils nnd Varnishes
Give it a trial.
Sexton Will Resign.
J P Cuslck who haa for tho past
21 yearre had chargo of our city cem
etery, has tendored his resignation
as sexton, to take effect July 1st.
Tho reason assigned for his act
is very Justifiable; ho simply cannot
do all tho work himself, and has not
been allowed sufficient help to take
caro of tho cemetery in a propor
Acting Mayor, Jno. T. Dillon, tnlnka
we should make somo arrangement
to avoid his resignation. With tho
exception of Mayor Tom Dillon, no
I other person Is so well acquainted
with tho lota, graves, etc., as Mr.
Cuslck. His knowledgo of these mat
ters alono Is worth half his salary.
Ho should bo kept as sexton and
additional help piovided.
The county and stato teachers jx
amlnatlon for Fulton county will be
hold at tho Court Houso In Hickman
June 1G and 17.
Tho examination for colored teach,
ers will bo held at tho same placo
June 23 and 24.
Virginia Luton, Supt.
Leo Carter of Fulton, who was tried
In Clinton for tho murder of Frank
Bolcom, and who received a life sen
tence, and given a now trial, has
boon transferred to Mayf leld and plac
ed In jail.
H. C. Barrett, funoral director and
ombalmer, with St. Louis Furnishing
W. T. Barton, of tho South Hick
man suburbs, brought to tho Oourltr
office this week a samplo of crimson
clover, grown on hill land that has
been In cultivation sixty years. Tho
clover measures 46 Inches, and is tho
finest specimen wo over saw, oven
though it has gono through a month's
drouth. A twenty ncro plat cut threo
tons per acre, and Is good for a soo
ond crop of hay with a seed combi
nation. Who will say thnt land a
round Hickman is not cheap at $300
Miss Nannie Bunch nnd Elmer
Bunch, of Flatt Woods, Tenn., nro
visitlnK thoir uncle, Daro Morgan.
Savo from $1 to $2 a thousand on
your shingles by buying direct from
mill. C. M. Yates Shlnglo Co.
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