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The Modern Trend in Wear for Men
Man is coming to the front as style tendencies prove. He is no longer willing that all the snap and
smartness in the family attire be in "his wife's name."
Our "made as you like them" clothes display the optimism which s undeniably gaining ground in mod
em life, and this fact should affect your choice of styles for the Fall and Winter.
Venture away from the severely plain but be certain that the styles you select are authentic that
whether modestly smart or extreme in novelty, they are genuinely right.
A sure way ta know that you are right, is to wear clothes that are cut and made for you quality clothes
with snappy cut and happy style and all the little arts and graces of tailoring that make our clothes comfort
able to your self respect as well as your person.
Popular Prices: 815, gQo, 822, gQgl
We are headquarters for Shoes for Men and Women, and Furnishings for Men.
We are pleased to show you our lines at any time. Come in and take a look.
Bradley &. Parham
The vrinner In the race tor bus
iness -- li usually particular at to lite
We have 400 styles of choice
&brics to show you.
It guaranteed to fit and please the
910 to $40 per suit, made to your
Individual lines and measurements.
Our pepukr prices make the
ireartag of made-to-measure clothes
yeesieie for all mm who cure.
Ctis ia aad lastest our eUfaet
DID YOU KNOW
Yes, its dusty 1
Miss Henrietta Mayers is on the
sick list. .
Mrs. Mittie King is on the sick
list this week.
0. B. Spradlin, of Union City,
was here Sunday.
E-v-r Krisp Cakes and Crackers
at C. H. Moore's.
New Line Neckwear, 25c to 50c.
Rice's Shoe Store.
Mrs. B. F. Mayers has been o"
the sick list several days.
Percy Jones spent a few days at
the lake this week fishing.
Miss Etta Higgins is visiting Miss
Fear Williams at Clinton.
Mrs. May Alexander, ofDorena,
was here Saturday shopping.
Mrs. Harry Ellison is spending a
few days at Dawson Springs.
Mrs. Sarrett, of East Hickman,
was sick a few days last week.
The Courier and the weekly 'Commercial-Appeal
one year for SI 25.
Infants and Childrens Fine Foot
wear. Nicest in town at Ride's Shoe
FOUND Two keys on string.
Pay for this notice and get them at
C. A. Holcombe, who has been on
the sick list several days is reported
Don't forget the Courier's Popu
lar Lady contest "Bargain Day"
Saturday, Oct. 31.
The First District Educational
Association will meet at Benton
Friday and Saturday, Nov 27 and
The Literary Circle met with Miss
Ivey DeBow Wednesday afternoon
and quite an Interesting program
Virgil P. Smith, of Somerset, Ky.,
was elected Grand Master of the
Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons
J.T.Alexander qualified this week
as administrator of the estate of J.
R. Alexander, who died last week at
bis home near Crutchfield.
Hundreds of people were made
happy at the Big Sale. Why don't
you come and get your share of the
great bargains. Naifeh Bros.
Dr. C. W. Curlln authorizes us to
announce that he will be out of town
(at Reelfoot Lake) for a week, and
that.Df. Blackford will look after
his West Hickman practice those
who have contracts with him.
Bryan's reception at Louisville,
yesterday was one of the greatest
ever te&dereu an American cuueu.
Taft has alto been in Kentucky this
week, and received a hearty wel
tom at the hands of the Republican
Nail the campaign lie.
Naifeh's Big sale today.
One week til the election.
All Roads lead to Rice's Shoe
T a r p i n e Best Yet. Helm &
Best graniteware in the city
The election bet has made its
Mrs. Joe Noonon has been on the
sick list for some time.
Annie Belle Plummer was on the
sick list first of this week.
Boys and Childrens Suits, $1.50
to $500. Rice's Shoe Store.
Miss Marietta Faulks, of Dorena,
spent Saturday and Sunday here.
A. R. Boone and Mr. Hall, of
Charleston, were here Thursday,
Will Blakeman was here from
Tamms, Ills., visiting his parents
first of the week.
You can bet that little squad of
men on the corner are talking about
night riders or the election.
Carpets, Rugs and Art Squares
sacrificed at half price. Come and
see our large Velvet Rug at $1.48.
Mrs. J. H. Allen, who has been
visiting her sister Mrs. J. W. Bland,
will return to her home in Robinson,
Capt. Tyler took a party nutting
on Thursday of last week. Dinner
was spread in picnic style and en
joyable time had by all.
LOST A Sunburst Diamond
Brooch, set with pearls, between
my residence and College, Tuesday.
Reward offered. Mrs. J. C. Ellison.
H. C. Helm, wife and son are in
Louisville this week. Mr. Helm is
representing Hickman Lodge F. &
A. M. in the grand lodge which is
in session at that place.
Dr. L. P. Baltzer has tendered
to Mayor Dillon his resignation at
President of the Board of Health.
It has not yet been accepted, and we
loose a mighty gpod official if it is
News has been received here of
the death of Mrs. Barbara Herman
last Friday at Highland, 111. Mrs.
Herman was the mother of Mrs,
Louisa Hunzicker, and often visited
Mrs. Hunzicker when they resided
here. She will be remembered by
a good many of the older citizens.
Mrs. Herman was 86 years old.
Roy Morris, of this city joined
U. S. Army, at the Army recruiting
office in Cairo, Ills., Oct. 1908. He
enlisted for the infantry branch of
service and passed excellent physical
examination and was sent immedi
ately to Jefferson Barracks, at St.
Louis, Mo., for his preliminary
training in his duties as soldier prior
to joining the organization for whtch
Five Make Big Gains.
In the Courier's Popular Lady
contest, five of the contestants have
made big gains in the past week.
The race is now getting interesting,
and friends of each are rallying to
their support. Watch them from
now until the finish.
Saturday, October 31, we have
decided to make a bargain day. All
subscriptions received will get twice
as many votes we are now giving.
For each $5 received, we will give
2,000 votes : single renewals will get
200 ; single new subscriptions will
get 300, etc. Coupons clipped out
of the paper will count for only five
votes, as heretofore. The bargain
will begin at 9 a. m., and close at 8
Now, ladies, is the time to get
busy. This will probably be the on
ly opportunity you will have like
this. It is just as fair for one as
another, and the girl who hustles for
this occassion will be surprised how
fast the votes count up.
Remember, the contest will close
between now and Dec. 15th. The
exact date will be announced within
the next 20 days.
Here is the standing up to Satur
day night :
Miss Mintie Stoker 26190
MissLillie Coffey , 1110
Miss Dosia Carpenter 30365
Miss Virginia Royster 5625
Miss Kate McConnell 355
Miss Ivy DeBow 2935
Miss Pearl Stone 8280
"Water Queen" Coming.
Will you please publish in your
next issue, that the "Water Queen"
the last floating opera going south
this season, will exhibit in Hickman,
Friday Oct. 30th. Presenting a new
4 act comedy drama, in 6 scenes,
and 8 acts of the finest vaudeville
ever on a show boat, making two
shows for the one price of admission.
This show is strictly moral and re
fined, and one that is guaranteed to
be first class in every respect or
money refunded. The company has
been well received all up and down
the river, and it has been said by
some, that it is the best show ever
seen on a show boat. This is the
last floating theatre going south this
season and the boat should be crowd
ed, so you had better secure your
Riders Deny Charge.
The following letter, presumably
from the original night rider folks,
was received by C. L. Walker, last
F. S. Broach's stave mill at Burk
ley was destroyed by fire Saturday
morning between 5 and 6 o'clock.
There was no insurance on the loss
and it falls heavily on Mr. Broach,
who formerly lived at Oakton.
New lot of dress goods just come
In this week and they are included
in our Cut Price Sale. Naifeh
Bros. D. G. Co.
The Southwestern Kentucky Medi
cal Attociation will meet at Prince'
ton next Tuetday, Oct 27.
O. U WALK Kit.
Manager Mangel llox Cent Hickman
Friday. It was mailed on a rural
route in Tennessee.
Mr. Ulauii Walker.
Mengel box coinpanle
the notice that wni Kent you In re cattle
tnlxirnliit Menael Dlant we want lou to
under stand that It wae not nt br nliht
rlderi. We think the plant U a food thing
for It Klvei employment to nianle poor
worken man anil li lied He needed In tbe
counlrleaml We tfont give nnr notle to
ante budle We apeare pertoncly In atead of
rilling an aa to i ne aoiaert gnruen mejr
would not cut nur with iu.
but If It li found who rote you that leter
We Will Work on them good an Htoul
honen vou and the Menael tioi Com.
paney an tie good white ttllliene of hick
man good luck
Caplrn of Nlte rldera
pirate have tola put In hlcktnan paper.
From whatever mysterious clan
this may have originated, it bears
the import of good feeling toward
Hickman people and Hickman busi
ness interests, ana supports tne
theory that the letter received by
Walker about burning the factories
was written by some one within the
limits of the city of Hickman.
Hickman Lodge 761
F. & A. M.
Hickman Lodge No. 761, P. &
A. M., will meet in regular commu
nication next Monday night at 7 :30.
Visiting brothers cordially invited.
C. P. Shumate, Master.
II. N. Cowcill, Sec'y.
Work in F. C Degrees.
Racket Store For Sale.
I offer for sale my business on
Clinton street, consisting of racket
goods of all kinds, cigars, candies,
tinware, graniteware, glassware,
show cases, gasoline lamps, etc., at
a bargain. If you want something
that will afford a good living, see
me at once. I will sell at a bar
gain. JOUK KlRKINDALL.
The Amateur Musical Club will
meet next Monday evening at the
home of Miss Icie Hale.
The Evening Post, the republican
penny whistle, has the gall to say
'The Bryan meeting was a frost
and threw a damper on the Demo
crats." They don't mind lying,
A New Wrinkle.
Esquire J. W. Clinkenbeafd, can
didate for re-election as magistrate
atOwingville, Ky.. received a letter
through the poitoffiee Monday warn
ing him to withdraw his candidacy or
suffer serious penalty.
He alto found a notice nailed to
his barn door to same effect, both
signed "night riders." Thomas
Daugherty's barn and Robinson's
warehouse, both burned with large
amount of tobacco, this summer.were
in Clinkerbeard's district.
This is a new wrinkle.
Good Crowd at Cayce.
The county candidates appeared
before the voters of Cayce precinct,
Monday night, and was given a cor
Some 20 or 25 speeches were made
(they were short, however) , and the
assemblage was a jolly one. It is
said that Squire Ammons was tender
ed an ovation almost equal to that
of W. J. Bryan.
10-4 heavy Cotton Blanket: A
real good SI. 50 value, at the Big
Sale 98c pair. Naifeh Bros. D. G.
A daring jail delivery occurred at
Mayfield, Sunday night. Three ne
groes named Cooch Harris, Jack
Leach and Henry Massey knocked
Jailer R. R. Byrn in the head ami
escaped. Mr. Byrn went into the
corridor to lock the doors of the cells,
when the men sprung upon him. He
fell over a cot and, the men grabbed
his keys and started out. Mr. Byrn
struct Massey over the head with a
padlock, but the negro kept on run
Colored preachers of the Metho
dist church are assembled In Hick
man this week, holding the annual
conference of the Western Kentucky
District. They will be here until
Sunday. About fifty delegates are
Big Crowd Hears I
The talk of the town is th
made by the Hon. J S P , j
l!.rrl l iViji rtnlM If... T.
day night. Mr. Rots u u ;
man and a brilliant ora'rr tr.iii.
one of the best sDeechei t.tif I
man has had. He tameJ !.t
hour and fifty minutes c.i th
of the campaign wlthiut r'
held the audienci in rapt i".:
.i i . 1 1 .
ntinl mithnfftta nf annta .it ri
i ... -ri -
intervals showed the apprrXa
that fino rvMnf mnl 1 il IK.
were handled so nicely
could take offense. If J
has to go to the Senate :r Crju
viti1ni.t th Viral nittnrt tr
never nave cause to reerr u n
lected Ross to take bis (..act
r e .. if i. . I . V
nal V.nn1 ra e nml ire) ifi '
iw e we tuv W iwuutui a a t
J W e u M W4 vJw-
cni lo bear this dlscuu.Ln
e w tee j -
"Playing the Fool." '
ici tiic parcuia acc -
dren are in Sunday sch; .
Madrid, was the honoree cf ut
lovable atfa r eiven wean,
nariiiiii' .ii 111c iiuuii. we
Tr. A A e7iiI Thrr vert
1U(I 4 he t Uidl evev
tablet, and different camM ;
at each tabic. The UH iJ'
prize was won oy mm
ruqua, ana me ursi 6ti.'-
Drize was won uv uou un'
ladies consolation, a tiny u J,
won by Miss Light Farif, an
gentlemen's prize, a tiny F PS "
Harotd DeBow. Refresbmer-'
Five gallons White Rose gaol
$1, at Courier office. Itt pure
Iife without musio is broatl
without but tor.
Whon you go without a Victor in your homo you
aro "skimping." You don't havo to. Wo will
you a Victor ($10 to $100) on easy payments tlm
you will novor mind.
Come in nndsce us about it.