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St. Louis New Orleans Service
ml Side ln-ci Poumiik'T SfaiiHT Quinry leave St. Louis Sept.
i lix, Faro out way fl! UU One wn), Includlug MuU und Berth
'" Hound trip $M U0
A UCAUTIFUL 12 DAY TRIP
..i Uiih In., sou can rt-niti Souilcni winter resorts. Our mrlcu to bo
"pared with (Imt claiw holfla Aicoiiiiiiodnlloiw for 300 first chum
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Tor further Information apply to General Office, St. Louis, Mo.
dollar u iiioulb du not go fur
hhikU after I' goU Into tho talopbuiiu
iiiwiiy's triMisury to sutlsfy thu
".limner who lias to pay thu upkop
'ml operating uxpuuiuti on a bl ru
i 'l lino systum.nnd kcop a llltlu small
iMii;f to lituid ovor to alockbold
1 ' once In six months. Ho has to
' "i tuo iiiuuy cornuru, aud run loo
ui.my chaiiutitt of Kuttlnc cuught short
oi u bank bulancu by a Blcot atorm,
or a law suit,
Twolvo dollars Is too low for farm
' i' !lno Burvlco on tho nvurngo sys
i' in, with thu quality mid cost lu
lroo(l nu It hna been In thu last fuw
yi'-irs. It la time to start aftor thU
rato. Tho fnriucra can afford to pay
inoro why kliould not they bo In
ducid tu recognlzo vuluo received?
Of courso wo know what the farm
is do wlion It Is proposed to rnlso
Hio telophono rato. Hut can this go
on forovor? What Is Uio best way
lo set this thing Into bettor shape?
iiiiio uavo done It already. Tolo
Ihoiiy. (Tho Indopendont Telephone
All advertisements Intended for tho
Courier MUST bo In not later than
noon. Wodnemlnv. Our nntrnns will
IU isu govern Ihcmsolvca accordingly.
When you buy
you buy something that you can believe in utterly.
We believe in them thoroughly ourselves nobody
knows better than we do; we are ehthusiaslic about
We know that they are the best boys clothes made
because it is our purpose to have them so.
Mothers will find it to their advantage to come in
and sec these attractively styled, well made boys
Exceptional Values $3.50, $5.00
Up to $10.00
Good Suits as low as $1.50
of Boys Furnishings of
iitiw all t so. said the ll'tk . nli
"You may ! nior patrotlc titan I
am bim! mor nilgloui than 1 aiu.
but I ho to church Moo than you do
a ad am oRmmt found In the ronlrl
fetrtkHi twx than you am" replied the
Jnttte Htteppartl, of OreHvill,
Mfcta . wan In Hickman Sunday. This
wait tat ftrat trip hero In 2S year,
although, born aim! roared bar. Pr
rkNM tu tita leaving lit ran a ftflh
dock, lit visit oIoho recall the fuel
Uwt he ad the life of Jack Kfln
gwr who wm drowning when Sfcep
panl heard hla eHe. Mr. Staeppard
la now mtiRHtH) with the Delta
Unlit and l"uwir Co.. and la doing
Cyprwm Shingle. $1.25 a thousand
at mill. C. M. Yatca 8hlnglo Co.
asaawsyKsaajfiKssi nCrr ,i
NEW SHOW BOAT COMING.
Monko & Coleman's Floating Hip
podrome said to bo the largest aud
btst oUIhh1 floating tbuatro In tho
uorld Is scheduled to muko It's ai
pi'uranco In Hickman In Uio nuur fu
turo. This Is a new show boat aud
this Is thflr first trip down thu Mis
sissippi. Tho boat has a seating ca
pnclty of over H00 people aud they
nro presenting musical comedy and
vaudeville. Tho "piece do resla-
tunco" this year Is eutltlud "Tho Kins
of Kazaui." They carry a company of
fiO pioplo and are feiilawtng the big
aurlal Illusion "Creation". Tho ai
luratus necessury to present "Crea
tion" Is tho blgest piece of stage ma
chinery over constructed, having a
groBS wolglit of ovor six tons. Tho
boat Is nt present on the upper Mis
sissippi and reports from that section
seom to Indicate that thoy lmvo left
u most favorablo Impression In all tho
towns that thoy have visited.
Miss .Mario Ilrevurd, of Hickman,
visited Mrs. T. A. Stanley a day or
so the first of tho week. Arlington
For cleaning and pressing phono
105. Wo call for and deliver your
work. WWto Bro.
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J HEKP Ah THERE! v
I'bone 38 for grocriea.
Lyric Tuosday Oct. 10.
Saturday night at the Lyric
Doe l'Iwant returned from St.
Hand painted China. Hickman
Cua Threlkold la able to bo up a
Rain after a iiiohiIis Illness.
Miss Hell Wllo. of Union City,
hi visiting her ueice, Mrs. U. M. Har
per. II. C. Barrett, funeral director and
embalmer, with Bt, Louis Furnlihlng
C. C. Wood has been on the sick
list for several days suffering with
lU'gular services at tho Presbyter
Ian Church Sunday. Win. O. Stock'
(Jforge Warner, colored, has sold
to Wm It Chaney, 100 acres of laud
mar I (alien ell for JK600.
Meeting nights of Fulton Lodge,
No. S3, I. O. O. F. Thursday SepL
H-2S; OcL 12- 2C; Nov. 9-23; Dec. 7
21. 1'hone 1SG and for a trial order of
our .lui'leas cooking coal. No alack;
no big lumps. Prepared especially for
kitchen use. A. A. Farla.
Mm. Doe Pleasant Is In St. Louis
where her 7 year old sou Is undergo
ing treatment far paralysis at Mc
Claln's Sanltarlum.Thoy will be gono
about six month.
Willie Amberg left Weduesdny for
Ann Arbor, Mich., to tnke up his lsw
studles In the University of Michigan.
Mr. Amberg will graduate at the end
of thu present session.
W. L. Helm has told bis handsome
residence property to Mrs . S. M.
Hubbard. Consideration C,700. This
residence Is concrete nnd was erect
ed during tho past year.
Tho W. C. T. U. of Kontucky will
hold tts annual meeting nt Hopkins
vlllo, oponlng Sept. 21) and continu
ing till Oct. 3. Hon. Ulchmond P
llobson will deliver two addresses on
Sunday, Out. 1st.
In Oklahoma, whon a Pottawa
tomie Indian discovered that tho wo
man ho married Isn't a real truly soul
mato, ho Just married another and
Ita legal. Pretty much tho samo up
In high whlto folks society up In and
Geo. Motzgar, young man about
21 .years of age was killed near
lllodgott, Mo., Monday night. Ho was
employed on the section and In com
pany of tho other section men was
returning home, whon tho -handcar
ran Into a horse, upsotting tho car
aud killing him almost Instantly His
remains were taken to Charleston an
Prof Sap Spradlen who Is abou'
the smartest man we have aroucJ
Hogw allow, has warned the pubLc
to carry umbrellas at night now ai
long as stare continue to fall in f-Kh
FMcher Henstep Imposed on thr
mail carrier yesterday by riding w.'h
him as far as the VW Onion sthool
house The mall carrier could r.c
object as he has been ow Ing F . 'i r
six dollars for a good while
Mrs Prisby Hancock has star nl
In on fhe bottles of patent medic. nc
When she gets down If she is ab!
to sit up ihe will write an lllustrat
Slim Pickens and Itaz Barlow ar
out this week organizing a baseball
team, and expects to play the Bound
Ing Illllows' nine by next week The
last game hereabouts was played two
seasons ago. when the Hogwallow
team met defeat at the hands of the
Tlckvllk. team. This was one of to
must exciting games we have ever
been compelled to wltnoss. It lasted
two dojB and when the game was
rald-d by the Deputy Constable the
Tlokvllle team bad us beaten by a
majority of about SI.
Sidney Hooks rode his mule Into an
old abandoned gulley near the Musket
Ridge moonshine house the other
night. It was very dark, and the fall
came as quite a surprise to Sidney
and his many friends.
A large fish got hung while pass
ing under the Gimlet creek bridge
Tuesday morning and delayed traffic
for several hours while tho bridge
waa bflng lifted enough for tho fish
to ps on down stream. The accl
dint Has witnessed by a large crowd
of prominent people, but the Hog
Ford preacher was summoned as a
Slim Flinders Is getting anxious for
It to rain, as he has quit drinking
anything but water.
Miss Fruzle Allsop Is preparing to
wear black on her hat for a while
this summer In honor of hor uncle
who died In Calf Illb community and
left hW about two acres of land.
The public road loading to Hogwal
low baa been changed to run around
behind tho house of Jefferson Pot-
locVt In order that the public may st-a
hl new cow and calf, of which he
t vory proud.
The postmaster has received a lottor
with no name and address on It.
He would like for the person It Is In
tended for to please call anil get It
within five days.
Washington Hocks Is Lack from a
trip to the village of Buzzard Knob,
where he w -nt to find out what Isaac
Hellwanger paid for a cow he has been
trying to sell bim for nine dollars.
Tho Hogw allow postmaster has re
vised several of the government rules
roeulatlng the operation of nostofflces
and has cut out many of the objec
tionable features of the business.
While over at Tickvllle Thursday-!
Sid Hoiks wrote himself a long letter
Fall Goods are Arriving on Every Train
I have just returned from market and am now
ready to show you a full and complete line of
all the newest ideas in men's and boys clothing,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear and Furn
ishings. Everything bought has been selected
with the greatest care, the styles are the latest
and prices more reasonable than ever before.
It will be worth your while to see my line be
A Nettleton Style of artis
tic design, in a variety of
leathers. Cut for quality made
for the Man's comfort, economy and
H. E. CURLIN-House of Quality.
and is anxiously await. ng its amjl
at the potoffi(x hi r-
Columbus Allsop s house on Musk, t
Illdge burned last nlKtit It is not
known how the fire started only that
Columbus had It insured for more
than It was worth. Kentuckkin.
When you have an achey, stretchy
feeling and you are dull, tired and dls
couraged It Is a sign of approaching
malaria or chills. You should act
quickly to ward off an attack. HER
BINE offers you the help you i cd.
Il destroys the malarial germ, drives
out all Impurities and makes you feel
bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price
50c Sold by Hickman Drug Co.
An Exchange states that Vnlon City
baa 2C automobiles. Hickman has a
bout A0, and a dozen or more men
who have tho auto fever." Whether
or not the automobile will surplant
tho horso by 1920, Is still it debata
ble quostlon. It may be less than 9
years or more, but It is sure to como
It Is not oven dobatable, the event
Is near at hand, when the horse will
bo disposed of and the nuto will take
1U place In all of the cltlea and cen
ter of trade, but tho hills of Hickman
will retard us somewhat In making
the auto the only means of road trav
el. Mrs. Jno C. Ilussell entertained a
party of ladles at dinner butt Friday
They were: Metsdanutt K. J. Deal; T.
M. OglMe and II. M. Brown of Char
leston, aud Miss Marie Brevard, of
Hickman, Ky Kast Prairie Eagle
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Quality Reigns Higher Than
The uisauc desire to bt hardsome
has mad- men than oni of our oth
rwis stnsibl. girls do some down
right crazy thing The powder and
rouge smeared on the freckled eheks.
Is too apperant a deception for the
prudent young man not to see and
with which he Is disgusted. He hates
the taste. A freckled faco with common-sense
Is handsomer than the best
powdur can make a face.
The Misses Burrow, piano and vio
lin, and Miss Soulee, vocalist, at the
Iyrlc, Tuosday, October 10. 1911. Al
so moving pictures In connection with
the entertalnmenL Admission 25 and
Cool and Refreshing
Cowgill's Drug Store
where you will find every
thing usually served at a
first-class Soda Fountain.
Miss some of the sweet things
in life, bnt don't miss the pleas
ures of a box of
For sale at
Rnw.crill's Flnip- Stnre