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THE HICKMAN COURIER.
FRIDAY, : : : SEPT. 8, I WW.
Local and Personal.
Chun Hullcr Hpotit Sunday In
Mis May Farm In visiting frlendn
ut May Held
Tliuii HuKura U incrclmndizing ut
ftdrRice & Naylor for hetd value in
Mm, Molllu Hruvunl U vUlliiiK ut
vr. J. O. Parker, or Fulton, win in
tho city Btimluy.
Mnntlmll Powell, of Union City,
win In the city Hut unlay.
d. Good ynril wide hrown iIoud
tic, tfVo. nt Hai.tku iV Doimw,
Mr. ami Mm Hen Davis were out
of town Hoveral iluyn thin week.
Mr, II HendrlckH, Revenue
tor, Kpciit I'linotlay In Hickman.
Mr. Kate Reeve, of Ouyee,
Sunday with B. B. Reeve' lanilly.
Mm. Fannie DlekliiHou. of Trenton.
Ky., U a Kuitt of I) W. DieUuon,
Tom Holeonibo lofi to-day for St
IO11I4, to attend a school of Pharmacy
Ml Viola UiMlder left Wedne.
d ty to jx'iid n few week In St lnnl.
-Mr W (J Millard and faintly, of
Union Oily. itpeni Sunday in the rity
Mr A. M Perry and J
Morrl pent Sunday at Hock
Mr Fn-di Oyniew nerved In a jy ntyle
nt the new Citv It.tkery
-Mr ami Mr Hen Ntehnl. of Part,
Trim . ure uhhhIh of Mr. H Mnoro'
-Mr H V Hnhh.inl. of MeinphU,
vulled hu family nt Hkltuimi. thlH
MUic KeUer and HoImtIh. of Union
City, vUlted Mim Ida Moure, Tin,
Ml AdrleuiiK Hrevard. of Union
City, I the icueHt of Mm K. H
Mr John Huek ami family, of Jack
Mm. Ml , have U-en viiitliig Hickman
J ud ice Kearhv and wtfo HjH'iit Sun
day at ''ruiuhllelu with their daughter,
Mr T H. liniioui, of the Miwow
iielchUirhond, wiu In the elty Monday,
attending county court
fjtf Shaw linn a larpt line of
Call on hlm huyliiK
Mr. J. S Hell returned Sunday from
n prtHpevtinj; trip throuKh Arkuna
He will probably locate neur ParaouM
MUn Mamie Huuk, daughter of Dr.
Hnrry Huelc, (if 01nrkda)c, MU , in
vUlttiiK the family of Mr Geo, Helm.
Henry L AmWrK left Tuesday
iiltht to renume hi coure in the Vlr
k'iuia Mllitaiy Institute, Lexington,
Mr We noli hlKh Krado men' Shoen
for 1 and .'t M
Mr Ohirence Dnpree, it vouiik '
chmit of Columhmi. ami Ml Jennie
Jurrett. of Fulton, were married, Sun-day.
-MU Phetne Catron, of Union City,
nod Ml Meridliiu Hale, of Gullutln,
Tviiu , weru KUiwtn of the MUtu Wade,
T. T Swayne. Cha Trav-U,
Hob Tyler mid Warner Hreviml went
to Columbus, Wednesday, to wltne
Colutnbu Critic: Ml Mario lire-yard,
a charmltiK belle, of Hickman,
arrived in the city Thursday morning,
mid will llt friend neveral day
Mr. N Helm, one of our miMt
highly cltl7eiiH left Sunilav
nitjht for St L011U. Ho will probably
eiiKitKu I" buslnens at FerKunon. Mo
ImJtNow Ik the time to have your
WnteheH ami Oloekn repaired cheaper
than ever an my work In low before the
fjffl trade, at Hob Uuek'n.
Mr. Alfred Hall, nn old and highly
nipected citu.eii of Mintitwiiipl county.
Mo., died. Sunday morning and wtw
burled in the Hickman cemetery, Monday
- MiHucM Heulah Milett, Kate Kathey.
Lulu SwlKt:art, Mary Heck limn mid
Kate LiKoti. chnpemtiwl by Mrs O W.
AllhM. all of Union City, were 1 11 the
city Monday, en route home from St
flume ii SttnlMirn't Famous Toffee 11
uie'd by thousand of refilled people who
know mid appreciate )H Coffee. Sold
only by II HL'CHavav.
. Bdna LouUe Meyer, daughter
of Mr and rt. Bd Meyer, died in Martin,
Tenn., Friday of Iimt week of ty
jihold fever Site wiw just p.utt III years
of uue, She wiw rabteil In Hickman,
mid him many hclioolniiitrn and friendu
MertHnt. J. J- YouiiK. Finley Handle
and Hob Helm returned Monday
morning on the Clyde from a trip to
St. Louis The lattfr two aloo went to
Granlto City, 111., to vUit their frlendH
ami lormer tiicKiuau ooy, nuiii imh
in-tin and Gober Wearn.
400 Mens and Boys
custom-made Suits go1
at Cost at Buchanan's.!
Obion Democrat : Monday evening
nt tne AiutiitxiMi pantomiKe, .ur r.ti
HarrlH mid Minn Hhoda AlajorH worn
quietly united in marriage by Hev. J.
II. Hobertfl. Mr HarrlH Is the pretwinuii
ut Oartim'H printing otllce am) is 11
Hteady und worthy young man.
MImi Majors In un excellunt young
and no doubt the young coutilo
outem tlio iniirrled Htato with a
to win hucoohh in ltfo'n battle.
They huvu uumuronn friend mitl well
y$hm H tJM 0 (WU Cli9wiui
St GRAND SHOWING 16-
i Hleacheil I
1 onn ic. e
Our Good Deixirtmeut In
brimliig over with beautiful Fall
Fabric, which are hard to rcslit,
in couHideriitiou of the low
we link for them. No largo prollts
here, everything the very lowest
Head the following value;
Hlack CreiKiiiH, I'.' inch,' Silk-mid
Wool new Htylen.
Oct. 4th. 5th and 6th.
Mrs. Lou HarjMr, the only exclusive
Milliner in Hickman, who, with Miss
Mabel Goalder, has lm in Ht. Ixmis
for several weeks, studying the latest
styles mid fashions, will reach home
alxnit thu SUth with n superb stock of
Fashlonnbie Millinery Gotsts, not the
general mercantile stook or gemvul
merchants but up-to-date styles mid
fashions, mid at prices to compete with
miv market. Her opening will Iw next
Th'urhdav, Friday and Saturday, Oct.
6th and tSth. Don't purchase elsewhere,
or order elsewhere, until you call
mid examine her selections.
will deliver his new lecture at the Opera
House. Union City, oil the nikiit of
Oct lUth, IVJ. Reserved seats only
A Uellulit to Coiiteiiiiilnte is u cup of
Cotreo i'lear, pure ami hurinlchsly in
Are you one of the mil
lions who use Cluine it' S.inlsirn's Cof
fee? If so, you know its
excellence If you have fulled to
use this t onions Coffee, you have yet to
experience tastlnif the nuw,t delicious
Cotlee in the world. Sold only by II.
Judge Gld Hiutord, for the jutst 16
years a ettieu of Texas, was, with his
brother, H 11 Hiutord, of this county,
in Hickman, Monday. Judge Hiutord
lias devoted two weeks to visiting relatives
mid old friends in Hickmau mid
ttfc Wlt.i. Citowr.i.!., the old
will move his shop, next
week to the Cole building, opposite
Witling's store. If you want u Unit-class
shave, haircut, shampoo or hot
bath, give hlm u call. He employs expert
New Madrid Record : Jesse Irvin,
who shot ami wounded II. O. Lewis at
the Digges warehouse last December
was lined 100 by the jury Tuesday, in
circuit court. Irvin is mate of the Ora
Lee mid Lewis is traveling agent of the
Leo Lino Company and the shooting
resulted over u quarrel about taking
some corn on the bout.
Now is your opportunity
to buy a pair
of eelebrated Brown
Shoes. All go at cost
:New Fall Goods!
Per Yard for
M'... 1. ? !f
C'olorwl CreoiiM the neweit (jj 1 i)X
good for SkirlH, 'l,"
Ci inch. all-Wool Venetian &l
Cloth, Koniethlng new, v L.'
id-inch all-W(Hil Cainel'rt Hair .:,,
Plaldx, for SkirlH. MtJK.
Jill Inch Fancy Caiiielrt K((t
Hair effect, at ,,uu
ac Inch all. Wool Tricot, Home- mr
npiiu mid Plnidn, nt ',uly
Ladies Dress Skirts.
Hent quality Camel Hair Plaid
Sklrtn. In now 9 Cj ,lfWl t.U!i t
Hlack Silk mid Wool Cretin QO ," A
Sklrtn, at ""!) OO.UXJ
IMllwt Satin Walft.ull hlitdrs Q! An
at t:i -6 to
Lmllen Flannel Walitt, Platds ti X(
and holld colom. f I W to O'J.V
TlifHe few iletns place tl8 to lilt
frntit us tin inofl KCiif'roiiN
Wo lit'lieve in heiny in the lead.
All-Wool Skirt Pattenmiit
Silk Undi rxkirtH, all HhadcH
ut .ri 00.
N'lce, new Silk Sklrtn ut 76c
to i 0U
We have a upecial Bargain
to oiler you in Kid
Gloves No more when
theo are trone Mado to
sell ut il 00, for (lite.
We hell them cheaper than
you can buy them
HBST CALICO, Gcpcry'd.
GOOD CALICO, aV,o
Hed Twill FLANNBL, all
HOPE DOMESTIC nt6jc,
other :wk you 7c.
JEANS, all-Wool, at i6c.
The many friends of Mr. Wess Adams
mid Miss Agatha Hlakeinoro, two
youiiK people, greet with pleasure
the announcement of their mar
rlage, which happy event occurred
Thursday evening, the '.'1st iuxt, at the
residence of Mr John Kistner, Judge
II. M. Kcnrhy, ofllciatiug. Abundant
good will mid wlsluw attend them, witn
thu prayer that all their foudcht
mid expectations of life may lie fully
Last Friday eve, when the grand old
moon was shining its loveliest, seeii
couples of lads mid lassies of the
neighborhood drove np to the
home of Mr. and Mrs Isreal Clark ami
partook of the pleasures of their lumpi
table home. Much fun was had owr
the masking of the fair maidens m
their ghost like continues, mu
sic, etc At the usual hour, thegueNt
were Invited into the dining room,
where cream, fruits and candies were
served in a tasteful way. The table,
dining room ami parlor were beauti
fully decorated in white and pink risen ,
and golden roil The couples were v i
MlssMaud Willinghani ami Mr. Heiin
Davis; Miss Rivsio Trims and Mr. I)n V I
Hrauslord ; Miss Virginia Davis and Mr
Thai! Verhine; Miss Zoru Davie and,
vir Walter Luteu j Miss Stella Milner
and Mr Will Clark; Miss Nannie
and Mr. Tom Atteberryj Miss
Laura Mransiont and Mr. Sam Oliver.
ami Mioses Heulah Kennedy and Ogie ,
.Misses Maggiu and Retta Clark made I
charming hostess At a late hour they ,
lett, feeling they were oh, so glad they
.'iw Your Tiiiiu!
For the next lfi days wo will sell Buggies
at the following low prices:
Haggles wo sold for 55.00, at 47.50
" " " tlft.00. at 67.."0
' " " fiO.OO, at 45.00
We haven Livery Hug
gy. that retails for $100.00, at .SU.60.
Remember, everything is going up,
and these are bargains that will not last
long, mid you have a nice assortment to
select from. J
Also, Disc Harrows $18.00 and up, all
sizes. E. E REEVES & CO.
N. U. This notice will appear in the
Courier but twice. Como quick 1
Best values iu School Shoes at
for gixxl yard
H H O W N
Worth 5 centfl.
We have just added a line of Ladles
Tailor-made Suits, best quality
Venetian Cloth, lly front mid tight-fitting
Jackets, new Skirts, at
810 to 18.50
Mlst.es im J Children's
We have jnst received 11 big lino in
all colors mid shapes age G to 16
years old, ranging in price from
81.08 to 5.00
Ladies Plush Capes Collar trimmed
with Tibet Fur mid Heuded,
"' i,Ji5 "'
We show a nice lino of Fur
Silk lined, from Q if
A gorgeous display of Fashionable
trimmed Sailors in harmony of
beauty and good taste, nt most reasonable
I l CLOTHING AND SHOES.!
In Mens and Childrens tiilh wc ciin hi tow you the Best and Clieaini.st. Line in Hickman. Mens
T ..IIVV.w.l Q.i.lc P.,,.,. v"t fill I.. 1K (V Vnr. Ilm., Mntta .....1 n..ww.u ..... ,.11 l, lHAVI,1
mi- r win ijtiM.i itwni tiwu iw jj i viv. a t uuin utiua tilill v Vii u r'uii iiiu uaii u
H01MINS" iniike nil Suits Imvu Douhlu Sat und Knee. Dou't fail to ace our Boys
Reefer Overcoats, .size f to 10 yeurs old. Our stook ot Mciinind Ladies SIIOKS
it complete, nnd our School Shoes for Children the best made. Conic inspect our line.
No t i c e.
All persons indebted to Sanders &
Reeves by note or otherwise as thu paper
comes duo, aro respect fully requested
to came and settle the same with
Sept. U7. E. E. REEVES & CO.
A Warn iii; fo
A full und complete notice to the taxpayers
of Fulton Conutv has been given
several times since the taxes were
due uiidor the law, besides the people
know thohc taxes have been long duo.
Notwithstanding all thoso notices mid
I or my deputy going to different points
in the county at stated times, yet a
ninjority of tax-payers have not paid
the tax for is'.m.
Now this means you, if yon havo not
paid your taxes, and not your
us I will bo compelled to take
steps to levy on property at onco so us
to bo able to settle with the State mid
County. J T. STUimi.r.FiKU),S. F. O.
Hy G L. Caiut.ntkk, D. S.
. . .
fllll I TONICS,
nil ui Mill h,
Carefully - - Compounded,
Illrd ut (Inktnn.
The wife of Mr. J. I). V nil her
wlione illnesH whh mentioned in
lust week'n Mirror, died ut Oak.
ton. .Monday, of congestion. She
uiin h 1)0 ut twenty live yearn old
und leaven n fuinlly. She wnn a
ilnughterof Mr. Tnbe Wilaon, at
FHrininutnii, iitin the retnalns were
I'lirrietl there Tuesday for burial.
Mhj field Mirror.
F. n il u red Deulli's Agonies.
Only a roaring lire enabled J. M.
of San Antonia, Tex., to lie
down when attacked by Asthma, from
which ho suffered for years. He writes
his misery was often so great that it
seemed that he suHVred the agonies of
death, but Dr. King's New Discovery
Tor Consumption wholly cured him.
This inarvejous medicine is tho only
known cure for Asthma as well as Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, and all
Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. Price
50c mid $1.00. Guaranteed. Triul
bottles free at all Drug Stores
A Fonder Mill Explosion
Hfiiiwivr.a nviirvtMmr fri utcrbt en tin
drastic mineral pills, but both aro
mighty dangerous, iso need to
vour body when Dr. King's New
Life t'ills do the work so easily and perfectly
ures Headache, Constipation.
Only SJ5c at ull Drug Stores.
I.IINl of lllf NCJIMOII.
The last low rate Excursion of the
3eaon will be run by the Illinois Central
to Louisville, Monday, Oct. 9th. A
special train will be run, leaving Fulton
ut 5:25 a. m., arriving ut Louisville
Ii :.'!0 p. m Round trip tickets will cost
i.50 from Fultoti tickets good to return
on regulur trains until and including
Wednesday, 11th iust.
The Great Industrial Exposition will
opea Monday ufteruoon, und this will
be a splendid opportunity tor seeing u
great dis )lay ami witnessing the gorgeous
Industrial parade. Many of the
Midway attractions from the Chicago
World's Fair will bo on exhibition.
Tho Street Fair and Midway Carnival
is under the management of the Louisville
Elks, which is a snfilcient guarantee
that it will be an tip to ditto affair.
D. T. CREEDLE, Agent.
Cannot Be Cheap
Unless It Is Good!
NO PflbR SHOE can ever riso to the dignity of a Bargaiu.
THE VITAL POINT of our Shoo Selling is that we Sell
Cheaply, hut nof Cheap Shoes.
OUR MOTTO has always been
t Grades anil Lowest Prices."
WHEN WE FIX tho price 2.00, that means the very best
Shoo to bo bad for $2.00.
A Pound of Performance Is worth a Peck of Promises.
Wo always have ull wo advertiso.
Your money back if you want it.
STAFF OF LIFE I
, . . AND TO OET ,
GOOD FRESH BREAD
QO TO THE
New City Menj.
Hread, Cakes and Pies Baked Daily !
Tropical and Domestic Fruits, Fine Chocolates
and Candies, Cigars and Tobacco,
AFRESH OYSTERS i
and CELERY RECEIVED DAILY I
Fresh Oysters served in nuy style, and at all hours.
Come See Us 1 Telephone 99.
New City Bakery.
W. R. WEBSTER,
I ll MAIIIkl AND Hill WHISKIES,
SOLE AGENT FOK
'STANDARD" Lincoln County. Peubody Gluli.
UNION (Jirir. TENN.
SPECIAL OFFER ttm
Dear Slit: I am enabled to sell, anil hereby ofler you, four full
qunrtB of "HOLLWOOD" Seven year old, Double Di'milled, RYE
WHISKEY, for J. OO, EXPRESS PREPAID.
I propose to ship on approval, in plain Hoxen with no marks lo in
illimte oonlente. When you receive it ami tent it, if it Is not satisfactory
return It at roy expense and I will return! you $3.00. This is it
moat liberal offer, nutl I await your orders, Yours my truly.