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I ft -." V - : I TIIE HICKMAN COCKIER I ntRSDAY, MAY 11, 1922. 07 O KIT on all ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o s o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o D o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Goodyear Casings 30x3 plain $8.87 30x3a plain $9.86 30x3 all weather tread $11. 30 3 1-2 all weather tread This is the best bargain ihat was ever offered in any kind of casing, regardless of who it is, and the price at which we are throwing this out is made for a short time only. Now is the time to "shoe" your car up with the best casing that is manufactured. Hickman Hdw. Co. INCORPORATED .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CRUTCHF1ELD NOTES. Mr. anl Mm. tscar Turner, of near Harmon j, rKjrnt Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. V. A. Miluer. Misses Marie Kasley an! IUondeHc Wutch jeiit the week-end with Mr. ami rM. Will Yafe. of aWter Valley. Mr. Hoiiald Klliot ami children vU ited her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Jo? Moore, Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Charlie Hill ami little daughter, France, were visitors of 1 Ve WaU ami family Sunday. .Muses Ora and Ltlllau Sent and Wil lie Uuth Turner spent Thursday even ing in k'nltoa. Mrs. Kate Cashon and nieo-., Mia Veluia Howard, were vUltora of Mm. Tout Douglas Sunday. Mr. and Mr. ol'.one Watklu upent Saturday night with the former's par rnt. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. aWtkln. Joe Smith, of IUcevllle, upeut Sun day afternoon here. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harris and son. Ray. were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Kel ly Moore Sunday. Mis Sadie, Smith was the guest of Ml Willie Ituth Turner Monday night. Mr. Herman Kitfwrts spent Monday with Mrs. Willie Fdward. Sam Fletcher Is attending court at Fulton this week. CLASSIFIED ADS For Rent, Sale, Exchange, Etc FOU SALE- My home place, about 3-4 of a mile from town, on Troy Koad. For particulars see me. J. C. Ellison. 13tfc. TASTl'KE I can pasture a limited ihiuiUt of stock. C. C. Bondurant. 47tfc. FOli SALE Several tons of good hay. C. V. I'.ondurant. 47tfc Foil SALE Two fine young milch cows. See J. W. Harper. 47tfe THESE ADS will sell chicken.. egg. butter, real estate, etc. Try oue and see the results. FOR SALE oue liuick season. Irlce, cash Stetnbrldge. Oue Ford Sedan (new), 5 passenger, used one or credit. S. 1. 40tf FOH SALE Carton paper. typewriter rlhtons. etc. The Courier Office. WANTED The names of your visitors. the account of birthday dinners, mar riages, etc. In fact, we want to know anything that hapi-ns that would to of Interest to our readers. Phone us or write the news. We can't find out everything, so help us. riTMPKIN SEED for sale at Kice's Shoe Store. John Harper. 47tfc T Y Y Y y y y v y y y Y f Y X Y X X IHI- O- S-I-E-R- Y For the Man Who Cares SWEET POTATO SLIPS Nancy Hall flips; hare tieen dipped ; 1.W per I.ihki. S. A. Wilson 43 3c FOR SALE IO.fmo.fnw feet fine hard wood ami pine timtor, white oak, red oak. rel pim, poplar, hickory, etc, on Scatoard Air Line, ner ItalUhassce. West Florida. In solid body ; eafy log ging. Price, $n",000.(W). Fine location for sawmill or i rate and veneer plant. Smith & Morgan. Dothan, Ala. 4S-7 FOR SALE Late Seed Irish Potatoes. W. T. Barton. 2p4S FOR SAXD AND GRAVEL see C. A. Trusty at Mooney'a Place. 2p4S FOR It EXT Two furnished rooms to couple. Miss Jessie Out ten. lc HEMSTITCHING and pieotlng attach ment works on any sewing machine, easily adjusted. Price $2..V with full The utmost in hosiery satisfaction that's what we be lieve a selection from our large assortment of Hosiery will mean to the fastidious dresser. Every one made of the finest matertals and in the latest shades and designs. There can be no other kind when made by Wifson Bros, and shown only by ? Y Y t Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y v t Y Y Y Y Y instruction. Oriental Novelty Co. Box 11, Corpus Christ!, Texas. lp FOR SALE Fresh milk cows, with calves. W. T. Barton. 2p4S SWEET POTATO SLIPS I have Nan cy Hall sweet potato slips for sale. A. O. Carutherg. Jc FOR SALE Certified Potato Slips, Nancy Hall and Porto Rico, Inspected by state Inspector and passed as being free from disease. $1.75 per 10O0 slips. Not certified. $1-23 per 10K). Cash with order. J. II. Akin & Son, Union City, Term. 4SpGt ton. Mo., Tuesday on business. Red and White carnations for Moth er's Day can take orders up to Satur day. Miss Frankye Reid. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggist refund money If PAZO OINTMENT Mil to cure Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protrndio Pik Instantly relirvrs Itchind Piles, and you can mtful sleep after the first application. Pnc 60c COMMENCEMENT THIS WEEK. Commencement exercises for the week began Sunday with the baccalaureate sermon at the courthouse by Dr. John T. Myers, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Jackson, Tcnn. lr. Myers delivered a strong sermon, one calcu lated to leave a lasting impression ii"t only upon the members of the cl.i-s f whom the addrox was delivered but uiwn the entire ai'diciuv. Monday the class day exercises of the senior di'ss were held lit the college. The seniors hud prepared a cmmI pro gram which was enjoyed by all present. Monday night Mix Mena Iietcl brlnk's music class gave a recital at the court house. .uite a numlcr t'U part in the recital and it was a very enjoyable affair. Tuesday evening the recital of Mis. Marguerite Finjua was given at tin courthouse at eight o'clock. A larg house also greeted this and it was a well rendered program. Eighth lrade (iraduation Exercises. Last nijrht the graduating exercises of tlie eighth grade were lieM at th -ourt house. This class was comiMsed of ftrty -three pupils the largest ever graduating from tlds school, and this is the first time that the exercises- have leen bed .for the eight h grade. The program follows: Invocation The liev. E. L. Miley. Weh-ome Adilress Will Ellison. Song Entire Class. Song -Cuy and Warrick Hale. Song Entire Class. Reading lorot hy Nay lor. Song Vostcr l!abb. I'olk Hatice Leonora Aml rg. Mary V. Curliu, Eula Miley and Christine Watson. Address I h-an Kinnaiuan. Presentation of Oipiomas Prof. J. M. Calvin. P.enediction The Rev. A. S. Pet tie. Miss Leonora Amlerg was accompan ist for the class. Little Misses Virginia Cheshire and Martha Gregory delivered the diploma to the class as their names were called. Dr. C. W. Curlln and wife left Tnos dn.y for Memphis with their baby where jthey carried her to a specialist. Dr. Le- lior. Misses Oolda ajid Ireta Benthal w'iit to Memphis this week where Miss Creta was operated on for appendicitis. Tonight the commencement exercises for the high school graduating class will he held, at which I )cnn Rumanian will aluo deliver the principal addrens. 2 Mrs. Minnie Graham, of Caruthers Tille, arrived Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Curlln. Misses Mary Phebus and Jeanette Hester, of Union City, spent Sunday with Miss Martha Moore. Mrs. VT. E. Lynch of Na shrill has returned home after a visit to Misses Marie and Homer Green. Mrs. Cleve Dent and children, of East St. Louis, are visiting her parents, J. S. Ballard and wife. Mrs. It. M. I.sler and daughter, Mrs. Jessie Dillon, left today to visit her sister, Mrs. James Kocger, of Padticah. Mrs. W. A. Dodds was the charming hostess at a bridge and rook party giv en Tuesday afternoon from U :.'! to 5 and Tuesday evening from 7:0 to 1 In honor of her niece, Mrs. Harry Walker of Ron Air. Tcnn. The home was lieatitifully decorated in home grown roses and jM-onies. During the games punch was served and ut the close delicious strawberry cream, cake and mints were served by Misses Ituth Barrett. Helen and Mozelle Hamby. Leone Clay and Martha Emily I Hah Is. Tho.se present in the afternoon were: Mesdames C. M. Reynolds. Mollie Prattl er. T. T. Swayne, C. L. Walker. H. N. Cowgill. Sr., F. E. Case. J. T. Stephens, A. R. Stone, Swayne Walker, Dee Mc Neill. A. . Birnbsura, E.-B. Prather, Sr.. W. II. Baltzer, Henry Sanger, Lou Bartlett. E. D. Johnson, C. B. Travis, E. R. Ellison. W. B. Ambers. E. B. Prat her, Jr., O. P.. Kerlin, Rob Coffey, W. F. Renuenberg, J. II. Millet, J. M. Hubbard and Misses Thela Barnes and Ruth Walker. Out-of-town guests. Mrs. S. L. Ihdds, of Clarksdale, Miss. Those present at night were: Mesdames R. L. Bradley, T. M. French. A. A. Faris. F. W. Maddox, Herman Bradley. Karl Tallev. Guy Hale. Hob Copeland, S. D. Byars, E. J. Stahr, B. T. Davis, A. S. Hamby and Misses Mary Holland. Jane Binford. Esther Bartlett. Allie Dodds, Bertie Mae Rice, Frankye and Carrie Male Reid, Mildred Ramage, Homer Green. Mary Stone, Anlce Effinger and Mena Diestelbrink. Mrs. Jessie Dillon delightfully enter tained Wednesday afternoon of last week from 3 to 5 at four tables of bridge. Candy was served during the games and at the close a delicious salad course was enjoyed. Those that were present : Mesdames E. D. Johnson. Hen ry Sanger, Karl Talley, W. II. Baltzer, Guy Hale, A. S. Birnbaum, Dee McNeill, w . F. Rennenberg, J. m. liuonaro, i. M. Reynolds, W. B. Amberg, D. M. Choate. C. T. Bondurant, Nim Walker, and Miss Nelle Bondurant. Mrs. Harry Walker, of Bon Air, Tenn., was an out- of-town guest. Miss Mary J. Hugo, of Mengelwood, has accepted a position as stenographer with the Mengel Company, taking the place made vacant by the resignation of Mrs. B. Crutchfield. Miss Hugo has been holding a similar position with the company at Mengelwood. She will ar rive the latter part of this wees. vino W7ni-m siinshinv weather since ftio first- of the week has favored the farmers of this section, who were woe fully behind In planting in every dis trict of the county uue to me aonor muiir wet weather we have been having for the past two months. They are put ting in some bard licks now. Mrs. Elizabeth Stone, of Milan, Tenn., arrived Wednesday to attend the grad uation of her granddaugnter. Miss Mary Stone, and visit her sons, L. A- Stone and A. It. Stone and families. Mrs. T. A. Dovle is spending a few days in Nashville with her mother. She was accompanied there by her litue niece, who has been visiting her. While he was down in the bottom Wednesday, some thief entered his room and stole Thomas Simpkins watch from his clothing. Mrs. Bettie Williams, Misses Clara and Irene Williams and Will Williams, of Fulton, spent Sunday with C. H. Moore and wife. Mrs. W. C. Reed and grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Curlin, arrived Tuesday to visit her father. Dr. C. W. Curlin, and family. Amos Matheny and wife left Wednes day for Nashville, where Mrs. Matneny will consult a specialist. Miss Mildred Ramage spent Wednes The saw mill of the Mengel Company started up again Wednesday after ing shut down for several weeks. Mrs. J. F. Nichols of Bird well, has returned homo after a visit to her daughter. Mrs. S. D. Steiul. ridge. Mr. Clere Wallace and two child ren, of Myershurg. are visiting her par ents, J. S. Ballard and wife. Mrs. T. I. Ay res, of Denver, Tenn.. is visiting her parents. .Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Warren, on Bond Hill. J. R. Harrison and wife are visiting relatives at Obion and Kenton. I C.W.CURLIN,M.D. 5 Treaaj All Dleae of ye, Gar, Jfose i and 7JAroat, I Makes a Specialty of Testing 4 ...Eyes and Fitting Glasses... j j Office l'p-stairs in Dodd's Bldg. a I Cor. Clinton and Cumb. Sts. j The Latest in Neckwear We have just received from Wflson Bros, a wonderfully attractive assortment of the very newest patterns in knit ted neckwear. Every one is an up-to-the-minute design, something that is sure to appeal to the well dressed man. Better come early, for they're going ltke hot cakes. R. L. BRADLEY C1YSTAL l-have-the -agency for Unidrr: City Ice We will deliver to all parts of the city Jo mL IFIHIOISriE 274 M aa KIOT WEATHER TIME Ice Cream Freezers Ice Picks Ice Shaves Ice Tea Glasses Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Screen Wire Sprinklers Flower Pots Fruit Jars, Caps, Etc. Water Coolers Fly Paper and Bee Brand Powder Ellison Grocery & Hdw. Co. 7 , t Old Papers For Bate at this day in Union City.