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The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, June 12, 1908, Image 5

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Case will press that suit
larl Wiseman is on the sick lilt
C L Price flln Mayfield this
weekCbttMnbus will have a celebration
July 4th
Mrs Sam Salmon was very sick
lint of this week
Say your coat dont flU Take ito i it t
to Case the tailor
FOR SALE Old papers at this
oftct ISc a hundred
Mrs Tern Thomas was on the
tick list first of the week
Andy Claywell of Covington
Tears was here last week
ke cream supper at the Court l
jlouM next Thursday night
James Crawford of Cayce visited
relatives in lIIo man Sunday
The little son of Mrs Flora Cole
vat sick a few days last week
Yesterday was pay day with the
N C St L R R employes
Mrs Kate Stovall of Jackson
Tsui II the guest 01 Mrs JacksonI I
HandleMrs I
Mrs W J Cook and children are
pending the week with relatives at
jas Mllner of Fulton was this
vf < > k appointed a Notary Public by
v Wlllson
Dgnt throw tb old Mil away
have it pressed and wear it again
Sr Case the tailor
In Kmma Ward and baby of
Wlfwt Log are the guests ef her
oot her Mrs RlI Kirk
J ha Bowden of near Dukedom
ln > n Is visiting his parents E II
bcvden and wife this week
The Infant child of Mrs Fore
tytfce of East Hlckman has been
IMJI for several days this week
Mrs T C bondurant and little
I > n Mllum ef East Hick man were
aite sick a few days last week
Miss Sadie Dettre of Philadel
phia Pa Is the guest of her old
e < haoa ate Mrs C F Baltzer
In sending in items to this paper
pirate name the place your visitor
II > from and the length of her rtit i
Watch for the blue mark on the
orner of your paper It means
t hat It will step If you dont get
> usyIf
If figures dtat lie three of the
elegates at large from Kentucky
will be McCreary Beckham and
Miss Elizabeth Wilson left Wed
ctesday fir a several weeks whit
with friends In I Wlnge Mayfield and
ther points
The Church Improvement Society
wl the Methodist Church will give an
< e cream supper at the Court House
text Thursday night
Miss Adell Arnold of Missouri
who has been visiting relatives in
Writ HIckman went to Dorena Tau
lay to visit her aunt Mrs Mattie
Jeems Long has a mule thirtytwo
s tars old Mr Long says he has
worked this mule for thirty years
iud expects to use him again this
The river Is still on a stand
out will likely rise or fall an inch or
two during the next few days How
ever no material change In the stage
f anticipated
Miss Dora Smith County School
uperintendent A C Holmes Coun
y Surveyor and Floyd Naylor sur
eyed a site for a school house on
island No8 yesterday Thursday
IDid I you get stung on the lastt t
I uggy you bought It wasnt an
Anchor thats the reason Anchor
4ggies > are conceded to be the best
a the market Farmers Hardware I
Miss Annie Forbes returned to I
her home in Hopklnsvllle Wednes
day She was a member of the
louie party which was entertained l
+ t the home of D B Wilson for
+ vrral days
< oalder Johnson left Thursday
lor Lexington where he places Will I
Rudolph in the reform school in that l
lily Rudolph Is a negro and was
Convicted of hitting a white boy in i
10 the head In Fulton some time ago
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M F ut the U alhi eOuurier omCI
Against Success
IThe true value of an Idea a Plan or a Shoe is measured > i
only by actual experience The individual person here
and there may criticise but if the great majoritythe
great mass stamps it 0 K THEN IT IS0e K
Red Cross Shoes Are O K
3oo 35o = 4oo
The immense number of these shoes we take off with the
usual request for another pair just like them is unpre
cedented in the history of shoe retailing If there is any
question In your mind as to the superiority of them buy
a pair and find out to your own entire satisfaction
Bradley Parham
There will be a meeting of the
church members of Hickman Baptist
Church at the church next Sunday
morning at 11 oclock Every memo
bet of the church tt earnestly reo
quested to be present
Mrs Lowery Stone was taken
suddenly Friday night with append
chit and carried to the St Joseph
Hospital at Nashville Saturday af
ternoon for operation She was
operated on Saturday night and is
now improving rapidly Her bus
band Lowery Stone accompanied
The ladies of the Baptist Ladies
Aid Society gave an entertainment
Wednesday night in the Court House
yard to the members of the Baptist
church in Hickman which was well
attended Ice cream and cake were
served An excellent talk was made
by Prof Gabby Everyone seemed
to enjoy the occasion
When a man makes the air blue
with Sunday school words because
hit gas engine wont run there isone
of two things wrong his engine is
either out of fix or be has gasoline
that wont test up to the standard
The Courier sells gasoline the kind
that will stand the test If its our
kind you are using fix the engine
The International Sunday School
convention will convene at Louis
vllle June 1823 Representatives
from all parts of the United States
and many foreign countries will be
present A rate of one fare has
ben granted by the railroads also
a special excursion from Louisville
to Mammoth Cave including every
thing for Sc
No time will be lost In bringing
out the new coins with the restored
pious motto after the president has
affixed his name to the bill which
he will no doubt do without delay
It is I announced that although the
act will not go into effect for 30
days the mint at Philadelphia has
already made the necessary changes
in its dies so that it can at once be
gin to turn out the new coins Mean
while about all the godless coins
will have been absorbed by the
Guy Hall went to Hailwell Ky
J R Bryant had business in Char
leston and East Prairie last week
Sam Lee and wife of Medley at
I tended services at Locust Grove
i Sunday Mary Polhamus returned Thurs
day from an extended visit at East
Rev Stonecipher preached an
interesting sermon to the people here
Miss Marietta Faulks attended
services at the Catholic church In
Hickman Sunday
Frank and George Ashby and W
R Slack of Charleston were here
on business Friday
Mrs M S Ditmore returned to
Dyer Tenn Sunday to take charge
of her school again
A number of the people here at
tended the Woodmen Decoration at
the city cemetery in Hickman Sun
HomeMade Refrigerator
Take two large boxes the second
one somewhat smaller on all sides
and bore two one inch holes In each
correspondingly to give drainage
and ventilation Fill up the bottom
of the large box with powdered char
coal or sawdust if charcoal cannot
be procured until the smaller box
will stand on a level with the top of
the large box Put the inner box in
place and fill up all the place around
the sides with the charcoal Fasten
lids on both boxes to fit tightly On
each side of the inner box by
means of the cleats put several
shelves leaving a space in the cen
ter for the ice
A rack made of lathing may be
laid at the bottom for the ice to
rest upon Legs may be added also
and the drainage and ventilation in
this way be improved
The Courier and the weekly Com
rnerclal Appeal one year for Sl25
Death at Cayce
Mrs Nannie Bynum of the Cayce
neighborhood died at her home
Monday after a long illness of tu
berculosis This good woman Is
survived by six children two sons
and four daughters Will Bynum
of Jackson Finley Bynum of Ala
bama i Misses Bertha Bynum of
Memphis Eliza Bynum of Cayce i
Daisy who is with her brother In
the south and a married daughter
who lives in Missouri
Mrs Bynum was a faithful mem
ber of the Methodist church and
loved by all who knew her
We are unable to learn place of
burial and who conducted the funer
al services
Hickman Won
One of the most interesting ball
games every pulled off on the local
grounds was that played by Hickman
and a team from Union City Mon
The score was 5 to 3 in favor of
Hickman has enough talent to or
ganize a good amateur team and
with the proper encouragement this
can be done
Such games as that played Mon
day deserve better attendance on
the part of Hickman fans
The star actors in Mondays game
for Hickman were Holcombe and
Neighbors only one hit being made
off of Neighbors and that the first
man up in the first Inning Holcombe
played his positionsecond base
like a professional
The Hickman team was composed
oft Naylor Neighbors Amberg
Holcombe Kirk Dougherty Threl
keld Pyle Sexton
Union City t Griffin Alexander
Harrison Domingus MIlligan
Hardy Haws Crockett Pace
The Confederate Veterans are
holding their eighteenth annual re
union at Birmingham Ala this
week Hickman is well represented
as some 12 or 14 are In attendance
III Gouitr
EIcw1J G
1alting Card ffnaooncemBBta
Wedding Invitation Monograms
Stationary Etc saa Ha
Meeting Closed
The revival meeting at the Holi
ness Church closed Sunday night
with faiily good success There
were several conversions and sever
at additions were made to the church
Rev Speakes had to leave Friday
night in order to reach Malden in
time to fill his regular appointment
there Sunday but Rev Lima reo
mained and closed the meeting Sun
day night He left Monday for
Campbell Mo where he and Rev
Speakes will hold a revival meeting
An examination of applicants for
State and county certificates will be
held at the Court House on Friday
and Saturday Jun 19 and 20
Christian Church
Bible School 9 30 a m Com
munion service at 11 00 a m
Shade Larde of Water Valley
was in Hickman Saturday and Sun
day the guest of Miss Azilee Ray
Other Folks Business
tI Fa j
Telephone the news to 21
Court House yard next Thursday
Hem Brown is visiting at State
Line this week
Guy Ward attended the Gunw
Shout at Dyersburg Monday
Mrs Kate Siovall of Jackson Is
the guest f Mrs Maggie Randle
Mrs T T Swayne will entertain
the Embroidery Club Friday after
Miss Inez Luten has returned
from Lexinton where she has been
in school
schoolA m
A E DeBow and Alex Naifeh at
tended the ReUnion at Birmingham 4
this week
Miss Hazel Metheny is visiting
Mrs Henry Metheny in Cairo lor
a few weeks t
I Mrs B Jones and Mrs Granville
i Hart of Memphis are the guests of
Mrs R T Tyler
i Mr Wheeler and wife of the
State Line neighborhood were in
the city Saturday
Misses Ethel and Mayme Naylor
left Wednesday on a visit to Miss
Johnson at Nashville
IPruslng I and cleaning of all kinds
ladies skirts Case
I a apeclaltyCue
the tailor on Clinton street
Tetleys Tea at Moores WhenF
the best tea costs less than a half
cent a cup why not have it
Dr H C Butt of Friars Point
Miss is the guest of George Helm
I and other relatives here this week sp
If you use a pulverized or groundr
coffee you can get an extra fine one J
from C H Moore at 25c per pound
Jas Milner Fulton countys popu
lar Commissioner transacted busi
ness in Hickman Friday and Satur
Miss Utie Parham returned Wed
nesday from Ackerman Miss where t
she has been the last season trim
Mrs W A Johnston and chit
dren are spending a few days in h
Brownsville with relatives this w
Monday evening Miss Bettie De
Bow entertained Miss Mabel Wilson
and visitors Misses Forbes and
Murphy at six oclock dinner
Tuesday evening Mrs Nannie
KIngmin entertained a few friends
in honor of Miss Louise Atwoodr
Charlotte masse and cake were
Than Rogers Nic Holcombe
Ben Hale C L Walker and Hollis
Kirk went on a fishing trip Wednes
day on the Ruth They went to ti
Mnbel and from there drove to No
9 Lake
If you dont like the tone of this i I
paper tell us in a letter containing
a dollar bill the price of a years
subscription Otherwise keep still
as it is none of your darned busi
The Daughters of the Confederacy 9
met with Mrs C P Shumate Tues
day morning Mrs J W Powell
wrote an interesting article on an in
cident that happened in her family
during the war which was read by
Mrs Maggie Randle Mrs C L
Walker gave a reading on Gen Lee
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs Nan
nie Kingman was the hostess of a
party given in honor of Mrs Porter
Shumate There were six tables
four of euchre and two of raffles
Mrs Pearl Roberts served frappe in
the hall as the guests arrived and
later charlotte rouse and cake were
After a long life of 77 years Miss
Frances Herring expired at her
home near Fulton Sunday morning
of the infirmities incident to extreme
nge The latter years of her life =
were clouded with much suffering
and through her long illness she was I
an example of Christian fortitude
Four brothers survive her James
Robert William and Claudis Herr
On Sunday afternoon at the
Methodist parsonage in Union City
Miss Ida White and Mr Luther
Morrow were married much to the
surprise of their many friendlt
They accompanied by Mist KalcB
Connor and Bonner Williams drove
I to Union City returning that even
ing Mrs Morrow is a daughter ofI I
J W White the well known mer
chant of West Hickman and a very
popular girl Mr Morrow was
reared near Mabel Ky but has
been living here the last three ol1rf f
md has made many friends Mrs s
Morrow is seventeen years old and
the groom nineteen The Courier
with their many friends extend the
young couple their heartiest con

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