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yw Easter Hat
Awaits You Here!
The newest of the new idcns in the newest of
. t ! II .t I l 'II lit
trimmings, including nil me popuinr colors in nDixms, j
braids and flowers. Mf f
Our present showing contains hats for every taste,
gown or occasion, n variety that makes it possible for
every woman to have something becoming.
Nor have the children been forgotten. We are showing n larger variety than
ever before. Japanese hats, sailors, etc., in all shapes and colors.
Our business for the past week has been the great
est in the millinery history of the store, more than
doubling the business for the same time last year.
This means something. It means that there is not
another store in Hickman with the showing of new.
hats to compare with those we show either in style or
We are ready for the Easter rush having juit re
ceived a large shippment of the ncweSl millinery.
McngePs New Boat.
The Mcngel Box Company! new
tw boat, built at Marietta, Ohio,
steamed into Hickman, Tueiday
mornine. and was thrown open (or
inspection to our people.
She is a model craft in every par
ticular. She it 150 feet lone, 36
feet wide and has a depth of 4 feet
6 inches. Her engines are high and
low pressure 12-26-6(t. Her four
boilers are 26 feet long by 36 inches
Manager Walker has been telling
us this boat would reach Hickman
in a very short time for several
weeks i and the fact that she requir
ed six months (or construction will
account (or the slight delay. This
boat cost approximately $35,000.
Sae also had in tow a new derrick.
The derrick boat is 92 feet long, 32
feet wide and all gunwales of the
same length. Th; boom is 14x14
74 feet long and the frame Is 5 feet
high. The front of the boat is fitted
with powerful double engine niggers
and capstans, operated from her pilot
house a new departure.
Wednesday the boat left (or Ash-
port, Tenn , where she will be put
in service, towing logs to the mill at
this place. She will probably make
two trips a week to that point, but
her headquarters will be Hickman.
Capt. John Ryan, one of the best
known commanders on the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, will command the
boat. Capt. Ryan is a native of
Louisville and a capable and efficient
man Loraine Carter, of Jefferson
ville, Ind., will have charge of the
engines. Mr. Carter is a well known
Ohio river towboat engineer. Lee
Puffy, of Matietta, Ohio, will be
mate, and John rulkerson, ot Ma
rietta, Ohio, will be the steward.
...Your Easter Oxfords...
Of course you've thought about them, and we want to
show you the swellest line ever brought to Hickman.
Patent, Tans and Vici leathers in pumps, ankle slrapes
and plain oxfords. See them before buying.
$1.30 to $4.00
SMITH & AMBERG
Every UousehoM in Ilideman
Should Know How to IiesUtt It.
The back aches because the kid
neys are blockaded.
Help the kidneys with their-work.
The back will ache no more.
Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney
Pills do this.
It's thf best proof, for it comes
J. R. Weatherly, Cor. Third &
Ivy Sts., Hickman, Ky., says:
"For some time I was a victim of a
most annoying attack of kidney
complaint. The secretions were far
too frequent in action and I would
have to get up, some nights as often
as seven times. In the morning on
arising I felt tired and little like do
ing the day's work. I tried any
number of remedies and doctored
but no avail. Finally Doan's Kid
ney Pills came to my notice and
procuring a supply at Helm & Elli
son's drug store, began using them.
The use of three boxes restored my
kidneys to a healthy condition and
made my general health much bet
ter." For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo,
New York, sole agents (or the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Gasoline at the Courier Offi
Bill Childress, of near T.A. Stan
ly's saw mill, was visited by night
riders last week. It seems that -various
and sundry things had been
missed from time to time, and the
irate citizens took matters into their
bands. Childress took leg bail.
Mrs. Childress was at the home
of Luther Jackson, he taking com
passion on her pitiable condition,
but the riders wanted her out too, so
they visited Mr. Jackson and inform
ed him that she would have to go.
She left the following morning.
This taking the law in one's own
hand is a serious business, but
without doubt justice is often not
given through otheY ways. Arling
On the occasion of the 75th birth
day of that excellent farmer, grand
old gentleman and true-blue " demo
crat, . G. Malone, of the Second
Civil District, his children, Jerry
Malone, Mrs. Mary Garrigan, Mrs.
Ellen Cloar, Miss Lizzie Malone,
gathered last Sunday at the old roof
tree and spent a delightful day.
Don't ask who but just telephone
No. 4 for groceries, and see if you
don't get the best in town.
T. R. Smoot, one of the oldest
and honored residents of Union City,
died last Friday.
Take your Broken Jewelry, Spectacles,
Watches and Engraving to
J. C. Naijlor Co.
They are our agents and they will give you
the same prices as at Union City.
For anything in the jewelry line, make your
wants known to them. We have three expert
watch-makers, three engravers and two opticians
employed all the time. All work guaranteed.
DXfKMPAHLK JKW'il-KKH AND OITIUIANH
WAMH mUk-KOTOHH H. O. X. li.
Union City, Tenn.
AIUHTOOIIAT. 1T. bred LrGay llrofc.
foaled June I, ICO. He It W. 1 hand
big-hand weigh 131) pound. Aristocrat it
one of the riclieit bred saddle italllom In
the states of Kentucky or Tcnnse. lie
rank second to none. Ootablni th Kl.i
of the Denmark and Illack Hqalrrelt. llli
tire. Highland Denmark, It the tire of more
snow bortet than any other talllon. ArU'
tocratt full titter ti a World ralr winner
Aristocrat blinielf ha all the style, action
and conformation It It pom I Lie to get In a
saddle borte and 1 one of the greatest and
turett tlrci In the country. HI colt are
hi recommendation. I'KDIGKKK, Arltlo
crnt was alrvd by Highland UenmarkTaOibe
by Illack Squirrel M. Flrtt dam- Mary 0.
by Diamond Denmark. Jr. he by Mark
Diamond 40. Second dam by I'rotot. he by
(ilenwood. Third dam-by llaitlll Duke.
TKUSIHt Aristocrat will make the present
season at J. J, O. lloper farm, 5 mile
east ot Hickman, at 130.
OJCKOLM Thl I a good stallion III
every tense of the word. He will make the
seaaon at the above ulitce at S10.
MOllJtWK-l a large black Jack? U
bands and 8 Inches high, hat white point
and It one of the best and turett breeder In
the country. II will stand at our stable
BLACK SOr-li another stood Jack
which will bo found at our (table. Service
Care taken to prevent accident, but will
not be responsible should any occur. All
money due and payable when mare It trad'
ed or proven In foal.
J. J, O. HOl'KH Jk BONB,
Despondent over ill-health and
having grown weary of life, Emma
Martin, aged 23 years swallowed a
dose of morphine late Tuesday night
with suicidal intent and died about
1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with
out regaining consciousness, She
was a telephone girl. Faducah
David W. Kaler died at bis home
near Jordan, Ky., on Thursday,
March 18, at the age 54 years, 4
months and 18 days. He has been
In poor health for a long time.
Miss Bessie Hall, of Louisville,
arrived in Hickman, Monday, to
spoiul several weeks with her aunt,
Mrs. S. M. Hubbard.
Farmers are getting busy. About
two-thirds of the cotton and corn
ground has been broken, and every
thing looks favorable to a good plant
J. W Mayfield, of Cayce, was In
town Tuesday. He has just return
ed from Madisonville, Tex., where
he spent the winter with his sister.
J. Scott Mosler hands the Courier
man a dollar and adds "I just can't
do without the Great Religious
Ferdle Maddoz, who has worked
In the Hickman Grocery Store for
several years, resigned last week.
Have that suit cleaned and press
ed for Easter. Schmidt Is the man,
over Rice's Shoe Store.
affords a sale depositary for your ullc
money and offers yo the facilities nnd con
veniences necessary under modem contli
tionn for the transaction of business mat
tcrs. -Our years of experience in financial nf,
fairs, the successful management the officers
and directors have given to the bank's nf.
fairs and their well known financial rcsjon
sibility are a guarantee that YOUR interest
will be given due care and protection.
THE HICKMAN BANK
OLDEST BANK IN FULTON COUNTY
Capital and Surplus, $65,000.00
Candidates Cannot Sidestep.
According to the Vally View
Argent, the following pointed ques
tions are being propounded to the
candidates In that district t
Are you for or against the anti-
Do vou lie on your right or left
Do vou use sugar and mint, or do
you take it straight?
Do vnu have familv craven and
ask blessings at the table?
Are you for or against tne labor
Do vou snore In vour sleep, or
sleep with your mouth open?
Do vou believe the Isthmus of
Panama is a neccessity in making
Can we relv UBon vou to stand
pat for a more congenial climate?
In case of an outbreak in your
home would you sustain and uphold
for your mother-in-law?
Do you read Sunday newspapers
or go riding in an automobile?
Does the Equtt y tobacco movement
conform with your way of thinking?
Do yeu use tobacco In y&tir raeuth
Order the Courier today.
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not aqulek medlclno u D.-f.l wl
year and It a rnuUr L ;k-.IdUo. h wl
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bind with the best L.-J tci9.n. uol
uirrcny on in rnuoo i r-r, n i-l
feet combination of t. ' sTr-lUnUUtiJ
produce tueb xnd ! , . Is ciitul
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Hold by all Dnmitu ' X- I
Take Hall's Family I' t lor coaiUctttxl
Rupert Barber, t e.ght-year-clil
ton ot b. L. uarber.ci i altoa, vEi
playing with several hiiti tiCi
Thursday extracts the ihstfrxl
them and emptied th; powder fcl
a paper and made a litter cutl
bomb. He lighteJ th; piper rtail
match but when it (a..ed to eiplt
he began blowing it a-j lb: p:i:
exploding in his Irt, resulttsg A
alnot burning bit eyet out
Miss Locble Be.i, of Eoutbtl
Tms, Js the gut cf Miss Uvi
REX King of all cool drisii-l
...Sheriff's Sale For Taxes.,
On Monday, April 1 2th, 1 909, it being the first day of th
April term of the Fulton County Court, at the Court House
door, in Hickman, Ky., I will sell to the highest bidder
for cash, for taxes due the State and County or
Fulton and cost of sale for year 1 908, the
following described real estate assessed
in the names of the following:
One Dollar Added in Each Case for Advertising
Fulton Precinct white
Wm Bushart 1 1 1 Fulton
Mrs Grace Burge 1 1 1
Hensby Berryman 1 1 1 "
W II Cox bought
of EE Boone ltl
F W Cook ltl
Mrs Ola Dunavant 1 1 1 "
S F Dahnke
J E Drewery
J H Ervin
Mrs Ida Gordon
Mrs Polly Green
G E Holt
J M Morris
G W Reeves
30 acres 1 1
2 1 1 "
Will Stephens N R 4 1 1
A R Stephens 23 acres land
P L Wills 2 1 1 Fulton
A P Taylor ltl
Fulton Precinct Colored
Hiram Crawford ltl "
1 1 1
1 1 1
S 9 10
II M Johnson 90 a land Upper Dim
R P Lake 40 acres lower bottoms
T B Murrell 1 lot in West Hickman
Dr J S Stafford 1 lot West Hickman 85 i
Mrs T J Sslraon 1 1 1 East Hickman 1
W L Salmon 80 a land upper bottom 4 1 J
J P Taylor N R I house & lot W H 7 '
Mary Thompson 75 a land upper btm 7 1
Henry Vincent 100 a land " SO1
Mrs S A Williams 23 1-2 acres land 250
Mrs M M Walker 1 lot in West Hick E 3
Mrs Joe F Williams 25 a land In hills 2
P G Waggoner 108 a land upper btm 50"
Mollle Judge Est 1 lot Old Hickman 4 . )
Hickman Precinct Colored
Henry Clark Est
1 1 1 Hickman
7 acres land
T S Patterson col 22 1-2 acres land
Cayce Precinct Colored
Jake Ross ltl "
Hickman Precinct White
WP Adams 2tt
John Adams ltl
Mrs Mary Bolton 3 acres land
Osoar Fowlkes 173 acres Upper BottomlOOO
U a utourioks w acres larul 100
J B Joflsi om lot in Hickman 50
Clark & Rogers 1 lot West Hick
Amy Carter 1 lot " "
Albert Fuqua 1 lot East "
, Susan Guy 1 lot West "
Ed George 1 lot In "
II Hurlng 1 lot East "
Lon Love 1 lot "
Harris Hooker 1 lot " "
Green Lowery 2 lots in "
Xf 17 P nrrAra trrm .
Alec Lawson 160 a land upper btm 1450
Jerry Langfotd 1 1 1 E Hick
Alex Shelby ltl" "
Charlie Shelby 1 1 1 Old "
Blanton Talley 1 1 1 West
C Terrell 1 1 1 West "
Annie West 18 a land lower bottom 25 J
Albert Yates 1 1 1 West Hickman 100
W F Perry 20 acres land
J A Russell 20 aeres land
Ale Adanu 72 aercs of land
J, T, SEAT, Sheriff