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Your Drug Store
If vou wish to send vour order bv mail
it will be as promptly attended teas if
yuu utiicu 111 Jci9Uii ifc sjcviuii.c m iiuiijr up
mail orders. You can get prescription made up very
conveniently in this way. All 'orders are sent out by
the earliest return mail.
No need to wait until you come to town
send that order by mail or phone today.
Order these by mail :
Drugs, Drug Sundries, Magazines
Helm & Ellison
"The Nyal Store"
Cumb. Phone 45 Rural Phone 1 0
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
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T.io above pilcturo was taken at
the St. Louis National SUock Yards
and shows 50 bead of mules bought
by C. T. Bondurant and Win. aiosby
for lovee work in the Reelfoot dis
trict. Tho mules were selected with
great care with the assistance of L.
T Callahan, of Fulton, Ky., and Hen
ry Sparks, president of tho St. Louis
Horso and aiulo Exchange. They av-
WHO ARE THEY ?
A surveying party of twenty or
twenty-five men, with B. B. Harris
as thief, is now in camp at Spring
I having come that far from Pa
i ih. They are surveying a rail
road line from 1'aducah, presumably
to Hickman and as they are going
slow evidently it is a locating survey.
iMr. Harris Is of course reticent, but
no one doubts that the Illinois Cen
tral is having tho survey made. Tho
surveyors were in camp at Klrby
town before moving to Spring Hill,
and Air. Harris Is making his head
quarters at the Commercial Hotel in
Clinton. Clinton Gazette.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Do you want to buy a homo? I will
let you have tho money payable back
in weekly payment ts of $1X0 to IB
Come and eeo me. No one but those
that mean business, need apply. If
you pay your rent you can buy you
a homo. W. A. DODDS.
Mr. Wiseman, the rural routo car
rier Is going to movo to Clayton in
u few days.
aiits Gertie Osburn was tho guest
of ailsocs Pearl and llaudo Osburn,
a' Spout Springs Sunday.
Alias iMallno Green visited in Hick
man last week'.
Several from this vicinity attended
sen-ices at ML Olive' Sunday.
Lcvio Osburn, of near Sanders
Chapel, visited at Buck Escue'a Sun'
Henry Wheeler and Charlie Shep
herd, of. near Woodland Mills, were
in this vicinity Tuesday on business.
Miss Myrtle Howard spent Satur
day feht with Miss ltuth Caldwell,
A few young peoplo attended the
ringing given by Bob Hicks ,Sunda'y
Mm Gertie Oaburn is visiting Miss
Hnti 'Barnaul and family were in
CIro Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Tnf Pinion to viifliting her
, rr& Platen, near ait. Alanuel,
Aunt Dom. Hteue is visiting in this
-yfeintty. ,'"; v
craged good weight and wero In tho
best of condition, being part of the
assortment of mules secured for leveo
work through tho efforts of tho SL
Louis Exchange which furnishes a
largo proportion of the muloa used
throughout tho South. This bunch of
stock cost upwards of $15,000, and is
tho flneet lot of mules oer seen In
WILL GET OIL MILL.
Arrangements were mado yesterday
whereby tho Roberts Cotton OH Co.,
will add to their gin business at this
placo a small cotton oil mill. Tho
mill will bo erected on tho rear of
tho lots occupied by the Driver gin.
The company will Incorporate foT
$50,000 and will bo known as tho
Hickman Cotton OU Mill & Gin Co.
Roberts will own a controlling Inter
est in tho business, but C. T. Bon.
dunaat and S. L. Dodds have upwards
of $25,000 in tho now corporation.
ELLISON BUYS BUILDING.
L. P. Ellison closed a deal yester
day for the two-story brick building
owned by T. A. Lodford and occupied
by H. E. Curlin's House of Quality.
Tho price paid was $4,000.
NO NOMINATIONS MADE.
Tho Democratic National convention
convened in Baltimore Tuesday, but
up to tho present time no nomina
tions have been mado for a presi
dential candidate. Bryan butted in
and started a fight for temporary
chairmanship. Bryan wanted the job
and tho committee wanted Alton B.
Parker. Tho commoner lost. Sen
ator Olllo M. James, a Clark support
er, was mado permanent chairman
yesterday, which constitutes the prin
cipal proceedings of tho convention
to date. It Is possible that a nomi
nation, will bo mado today, but It
would bo hard to guess who tho nom
inee will be. The spotlight seems to
center on Clark and Wilson, with
Kern as a possible dark horso.
Mb, Ira Joww, of CoIhhAhb, Ohio,
U vfaKiBg OapL C. B. H&ckett and
S. S. PJcrco and family loavo next
week for Sulphur Weils, Tenn., to
Tho Keppler Amusement Co., a car
nival aggregation, may play in this
city tho week of July 8th to 13th.
J. M. Ezelle, wife and eon woro
visitors last week In Newborn, Rivs
and Memphis, returning homo Satur
day. J. A. Stubbs is visiting in Memphis.
t Airs. J. L. Amborg and Mies Char
lotto Hubbard will leave tomorrow
for Jackson, Tenn., to visit Mlsu Ola
Rov. Q. W. Wilson will return to
Hickman tho laxtof the week and tho
usual sen Ices will be held at tiro
First Methodist Church Sunday morn
The Crystal tonight.
New pictures dally at tho Crystal.
Atty, F. S. Moore was in Fulton on
Wo return everything but tho dirt.
Hickman Steam Laundry.
Mrs. Susan Linton, of Fulton, died
at her home In that city Monday ov-oning
airs. Ben Hortweck had tho misfor
tune to stick a rusty nail in her foot
J R. Wright and Sid Hnmby are
now operating tho transfer from tho
now depot In West Hickman.
airs. J. W. Bland is expected home
today from Uniontown, Ky., whore
she baa been visiting her son.
airs. C. A. llolcombu is halng ox-
tnnsivo repairs mado on her resldenco
property near the Court Houso.
aire. Wharton Porter has returned
to her home In Hlllaboro, Texas, af
ter a visit with D. B. Wilson and
Tho little son of F. M. Case and
wife la reported hotter this morning
after being dangerously ill for several
Geo. D. Armllago, tho Courier's
foronran, leaves tonight for aiilvinu
kee, Wis., to visit relatives for u
air. W. A JohiMton and children
will roturn tomorrow from Browns
ville, Tenn., after a ton days visit
B S Elliott will begin- tho erection
of a two-tury frame bucinoM house
In est Hickman In a few days, lie
will build It for Wmsclf.
Cow gill Rogors, who accepted n po
sition, with tl L. & N. at Williams
burg, Ky returned Monday and will
work with the loveo engineers below
The now city tax books are now in
tho hand of Chief of Police Wright,
wbowj office Is at Jt. L. Bradley's
Btoro In other words pay your
Mrs, C L. Walker Is oxpooted
homo next week from Valparaiso.
Ind , where sho has boon visiting her
daughter, airs. Chester Barnos, for
the past six weeks.
atiss .Mentor Walker came in Tues
day from Okmulgee, Okla., whoro h
has held tho position of art teacher
In tho public schools of that city
during tho last school year.
E. E. Reeves rrcoiwd h!a njjw
Mcti 3-possongor automobile Satur
day. Tho car has chain drive, but Is
different from anything in this sec
tion. There is no "high" or "low"
and tho car runo any speed from B
to 50 miles an hour.
FOR SALE: Four-room resldenco
In Last Hickman. Good barn, gar
iltm nnd outbuildings. Lot is 50x150.
Fino view of tho rirerand nice shade.
We'ro putting a prico on this proiior
ty to soil It. Do you want it at
$C50r Ask for No. 100 at this office.
W. J. Logan, who has beon suffer
ing ccvernl weeks from severe pain
in the bead, and who was in Nash
ville for treatment 'last week, was
operated on Tuesday morning at tho
hotel by Dr. L. P. Baltzor, aoshtod
by Dr. C. W. Ourlln, and is getting
along very well at present.
Mrs. W. O. McMillan entertained
Tuesday night ut Rook. A wilad
course and punch wero served. Tho
following enjoyed the cionlng: aies-
dames C. G. Schlcnkcr, J. O Vet,
Percy Jones, T. A. Lodford, J. L. Am
bcrg, John aieocham, Jt. L. Bradloy,
B. M. Nalfeh, J. C. Soxton, Henry
Sanger and ailsses Anlco Efflngor
nnd Dora Cavltt.
Quito a lot of excitement was caus
ed Sunday iwhen a ground hog was dis
covered in tho ravlno below Nim
Walker's residence, Where it had evi
dently been catching chickens. Aftor
several attempts by tho neighbors to
kill It, Frank Von Borries shot It.
This la tho ifirst ground hog seen In
this locality in years,
Tho C, M. & G. railroad company
resumed their old schedulo Sunday,
and Is now giving regular freight nnd
passongcr Bcrvlce. This company lost
a largo portion of their tracks when
tho loveo broko hero tfio first wcok
in April, and they have been out of
business for almost three months.
Tills road was awarded a contract by
tho government for carrying mall on
April 1 tho very night when they
had their first washout.
Tho City Council will meet next
Monday night. At this mooting they
will meet tho Mayor of Martin and
arrange ifor tho use of that city's big
steam roller to bo put In Borvlco
when wo begin graveling our streets.
Tho gravel has boon ordered and Is
expected to arrive any tlmo. Coun
cilman Jslor thinks this . work will
start about tho 15th of next month.
Tho city fathom havo also ascertain,
cd that tt is unnecessary to tako a
voto on tho proposition of Issuing
bonds ifor the defraying of tho ex
pense of this street work. Tho coun
cil has the authority to mako tho
Fancy Percales and
p We bought a big line of Fancy Silk and Linen Percales
and Umbrellas at special prices. 1 o appreciate the as
sortment you must see our show windows; or come in 5
the pleasure of showing youthe great S!
and kt us have
bargains we-have for you.
Prices 50c to $10.00
in Dress Goods. New shipments will arrive this week of w
j Kabo Corsets. In the last three months we have built
8 the largest corset business this house has ever enjoyed, y
s Come in and see the new models. g
Prices $1.00 to $5.00
SUDE M. NAIFEH
ON THE CORNER
TMr rrvr rrrrc wim .
inc. Utl tiUUUJ JV1M1 S
Engraved card Courier office.
J. T. Perkins was hero from Mar
Frank Von Borrlus, Jr.. left Turn
day night for Louisville on bulnen
with tho aiongel Box Co.
aifca Lily aiaddox. of Nttw York, to
nitlng ber parents, 1 C. aiaddox
and wife, at State Lino.
Ridgloy, Tonn., b making prepara
tions for a big culobradon covering
throo dajs July i-6-6. A miinbor of
good attractions are on their .program
airs. John mothunnan, of Artnorel.
Ark., hi visiting bor father, B. atoorc.
airs. 8. K. Davidson Is vMtlng her
idntor, airs. A. O. Caruthers, at Wood-Ian-
at Inn KothU-on Saunders, of Ca
ruUierHvllle, .Mo., Is v billing J. A.
Tliompmm and family.
N. G. Cooko filed hbi bond as as
ulgnt'o of J. M. Ponton, bankrupt. thU
week. lston conducted a racket
storo ut Fulton.
Moct ua at tho Crystal.
C. II aiooro and HtCo daughter
In St. Totiis.
B. S. Elliott has Just flnibed mak
ing a number of Improvement on On
atn. atei Dolatii-y aixl chiUrM
havo returiH'd fnxn Mclmorenrilto.
Tonn., after a visit with her rwu
aibe alary Briggs and Oooriw
and Ilea Briggs hnvo rKurintl from
n visit to airs. Gvorso' Oroodi. at
Home Coming Reunion
JULY 4th, 5th, 6th
The citizens of Hickman and vicinity have a
special invitation to be with us.
THREE BIG DAYS
Barbecue and Brass Band
5,000 to 7,000 people expected daily. All concessions
now for sale. Wire or write
Care THE BIG DOLLAR STORE,
ing and evening.