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The next time you meet your friend see if
his hirt, tie nnd collar nrc proper ns regards
style, fit nnd so on; yours nrc that is, if they
come from us, for, we are specialists in men's
fixings. Those beautiful
Eclipse Shirts For Fall
nrc ready, so is the New Silk Neckwear in great
variety. Underwear also, most every kind. Hosi
ery in all the new colors, both cotton and wool.
We can supply you in nearly everything to
wear SEE US.
Millet Sr Alexander
Mens HeadtO'Foot Outfitters
FcU. K c Rive a "al of recent
n:i r. w subscribers to the
Jin. Mafia Hoper, Houto 4.
R. S. tpt 4 city
IL2. ' S Moorr, cllj.
r.:;d Nsylcr 1xlngton.
y.si .. . Ldard, routo 2.
CUi. Gccrg " city.
K R. Cr a, routo 1.
r.' H IV .. Kfuvc, Jordan.
J13 I'rlt httt routo 2.
P. iliv Ftate Lino.
ili MaJi- II' nderson. Clinton, III
H C Ma'ron Stato Lino.
V I Kcti city,
It J M Hubbard, city.
5 N Xil.v Ilrooksvlllc, Fin.
UJ:Lr. cn c.ty
In M ziT. C hllllcotho. Mo.
Mn. A M Itopcr, city.
1 C U.rl! k, Inlon City. Tonn.
it C Ui h Illythesvlllo, Ark.
1 ft T' . .. - 1 r 1 1 1 !.
. II lUSL I, UI I'fllTIIIV, .1IIBB.
Hi Nat 0 Turner, Marvel, Ark.
C II I sSsTi Columbus,
M.u M.r.lc Dow en, routu 3.
Hi S M Catltt, city.
J R IV'.uson, Moran. Tex.
"X !S I! rson, Fresno, Cal.
Wa ':r ( ros'c routo 4.
0. il H&r,T route 2.
R. L An.:rr Cambridge, Mas.
Ill S.r. i-i Ilurton, Union City.
Cob CraJdxk city.
J C N w'.ra city.
3 W Lu'. n, IJaltlmorc, Md.
S II, Lutrn, Moicow,
Finis Clark, Ilcaalo, Tenn.
Miss Wllllo Curlln, routo 1.
W, L. Lynch, city.
II. 0. Scott, Hortenao, Tcnn.
II. Duma, Cayco.
J. S. Ilallard, city.
Mrs. W. A. Sullivan, routo 3.
Mr. Lliilo Illnci, Tlptonrllle. Tonn
J W. Bradley, Rosebud, Ark.
Journoy Reeves, city.
Hot. II. J. Grelger, city.
Mra. N. I Harness, Granite City, II
Gortrudo Fotho, city.
Mrs. Nora Fields, city.
Mrs. Margaret Margraf, St. Louis.
Bornlo Hughes, city.
II. C. Holm, city.
Olllo Edmonds, city.
II. H. Mangold, routo 2.
Mary A. Lcdwldge, routo 1.
Walter Hard, Cloves, Ohio.
L. W. Fcrrell, city.
J. J. Seay, routo 4.
W. II. Illco, routo 1.
L. A. Brock, city.
Mrs. Ermln Bushart, city.
Mrs. J. M. Durgoyno, N'ow York.
W. J. Cook. city.
Geo. Qlassor, dty.
J. It. Shelby, dty.
Miss Ltizlo Holtman, German, Mo.
Deputy Sheriff Johnson was In Pul
ton, Cayco and LLodgcton laBt week
collecting taxes, and reports largo
collections. While on this trip, ho
also paid out 13,000 In vnrloua claims,
but got back with a goodly balance
Now boost for Hickman's big day.
FOR WHIPPING "DAD." v
Tho two. Brockmnn boys, Ed and
Dick, who were arrested In tho bot
tom last week, charged with whip
ping their father, were later given a
hearing beforo Judgo Naylor and ina
nities assessed. Edward ,tho young,
est, ago 1C, was sent to the reform
school, whero ho will remain until
ho Is 21 years of ngo. Deputy Sheriff
Johuson took him thero Sunday.
Tho other brother was fined $10 nnd
costs, being too old to receive a ro
form school sentenco.
Among oUier arrangements for
Taft's Dny, the dccoraUng commit
tee tias contracted with tho Harper
Decorating Company, of Louisville, to
decorato tho park and Btrccts, nnd
promise us the prettiest display of pa
triotic colors ever seen In Western
Kentucky. It stands to reason that
a company making a specialty of this
business can do tho thing much bet
ter and cheaper than wo could our
Postmaster J. T. Stephens will re
ceive In a fow days a largo supply of
tho Hudson-Fulton celebration stamps.
This Is tho latest stamp Issued by
tho Postofflco Department and Is hav
ing a large finlo over tho country. It
has a beautiful nppcarnnco and a
flno picture of tho first Clermont nnd
Halfmoon nro shown In tho back
ground. They arc only of tho two
I The Best J
By every test.,
I New car just received.
to be the best wire fence
. on the market v
You be the judge;
if you do not say, after exam
ining it, that it is the best,
DO NOT BUY IT !
Call and see it.
W. A. DODDS
While Ed Georgo nnd family, ro
aiding on tho II. A. Tyler farm nenr
town, were In this city Monday, two
negros entered their residence nnd
stol" $IO,C0 In cash and novcrnl
ninnll articles, nnd tnado their cs
When tho family returned homo at
4 o'clock In tho afternoon, they dU
covi-r.'d that they had been robbed
nnd Immediately telephoned Deputy
Sheriff Goatdcr Johnson. Mr. John
son got busy. In oner hour and ten
mlnu'rs he hnd tho thclvcs In cus
tody, nlthough they wcro forty miles
from this place. IIo traced them by
wire to I'Mon City, whero they had
Just arrived In tlmo to catch a south
bod-d pnsscngcr train. Wiring the
authorities at Trenton, Tonn., a des-
script. (in of tho supposed thieves, and
asking them to search tho train, had
Hie negroes gave their names a
ll"t ry and Jim Uradford. When ar
rested, they stoutly denied having
any knowlcdgo of tho crime, with
which they were charged, but after
arriving nt Hickman, they "fessed
up," surrendering tho money which
one of them had In his sock.
They wcro given a hearing beforo
Judgo Naylor Tuesday and bound
over to tho January circuit court,
Doth nro In Jail.
They will likely go to Eddyvillo
after circuit court.
Miss Amy Hubbard Is on tho sick
Horn to Mr .and Mrs. Kubo Wal
lace, n boy.
Chester Darncs, of Hickman, was
hero last week .
John Novell Is tho guest of Arch
Hubbard this week.
T. W. Hubbard was In Hickman
Saturday on business.
M. I). Shaw, of Hickman, Ky., was
hero on business, Monday.
Ernest GUmoro returned to his
homo at Annlston, Mo .Sunday.
Mra. Ike DoLcon, who has been re
ported dangerously 111 Is recuperat
Mrs. J. I). Dunn ,of Columbus, Ky.,
Is visiting friends nnd relatives hero
Mrs, Wat Do Leon and MIssGraco
Dc Leon spent Sunday on Sugar
Oscar Croft has returned to Bayou
villo and will again rcsumo his duty
as a teacher.
They havo had several cases of
small pox on No. 8 Island recently.
Miss Gertrudo Dunn was In Bayou
Mrs. J, M. Harrison has been visit
ing friends In this neighborhood for
the past week.
Dr. II lake, of St. Louis, passed here
en routo to Mississippi, where ho will
spond Uio winter.
Mrs. Charley Wilson and Mrs. Ada
Jones, of Hlggerson, wero hero Mon
day on business.
Mrs. It. C. Farmer, and sister, Mra.
Frank Palmer spent Sunday with
their mother, Mrs. WllsonT, of hreo
Alphonso Wimp, a prominent citi
zen of Barnes Hldgc, died Monday,
Oct. 4, nt his home. He was an ex
ceptionally flno man and his untime
ly death makes a sad vacancy in
a hippy family circle. A wldo clr
clo of friends sympatht30 with the
stricken family in their hour of af
fliction and berovemont.
Mrs. A. A. Townsend Is visiting rel
atives In East Pralrlo.
Miss Mottle DeDow spent Friday
with friends near Union City.
Ponny Bowman, of Hales Point,
Tcnn., was horo a fow days last week
Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand
Yates & Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman
Joo Htdley and wlfo, and son, Guss
Kid ley, are In St. Louis visiting their
Don't tako any substitutes ask for
"Sansparlol" Flour best on tho mnr
Tolephono your grocery order to
No. 38 tho Old Reliable all goods
Mra, Fannio Campbell and daugh
ter nro visiting Dr. Williams and wlfo
Chester Bondurant and Elvis Halo
wcro In St. Louis last week attend
ing tho Ceutonnlal and other business
S. N. Matthews, of Obion county,
and Miss Dora Champion, of Ful
ton, woro married In Union City,
Thursday. Thoy will resldo ln Ful
J. E. Lutvu, son of Q, E. Luten, a
prominent citizen of tho vicinity of
Woodland Mills, and Miss Olga
Schooler wero married at tho homo
of tho brldo ln Corinth, Miss., Oct. 4,
1909. Tho groom Is wall known In
is a hobby with us
We believe in it from past experience.
Our present assemblage of suits, made
to order only, ranging in price from
will plead our case more forcibly than
we ever could. In all our years of
business we've never before shown
such a collection in fashion and pat
terns. And in value we don't believe
their equal has ever been shown in
Hickman. We'll take pleasure in
showing them to you.
Bradley - & - Par ham
Our store is over-flowing with
wonderful seasonable bargains inFurnishing
Goods and Hats.
OLIVER'8 HORSE STOLEN.
Archie Oliver, residing ln tho Cayce
neighborhood, had a horse stolen from
his place, Oct. 4th, and it seems that
tho thief has mado a good get-away
Mr .Oliver camo to Hickman Tuesday
to got Deputy Sheriff Johnson on the
The thief passed through Hickman
with tho animal, Oct. Sth, but no fur
ther trace of him can bo found.
At Fulton last week, COG voters
placed their names on tho registra
tion books. An estlmato of tho party
representation si as follows: Demo
crats. 3C0; Republicans, 125; Inde
pendent, Socialists, Dowleltcs, otc,
ThlretyT nEO Is what you need. '
Dillon & Cox will present to their
patrons, at tho Lyric, Wedncsdny
night, Oct. 20th, Mr. Wlllard Gorton,
a unique entertainer. Ho is known
as a modeler in clay, and is the first
man to introduce this work on tho
paltform. In addition to tho forego
ing, ho does cartoons In charcoal, art
studies ln cloth, pictures from torn
pieces of paper, Impersonations of
noted men of tho 19th century, all
Interspersed with quaint stories. Wo
havo overy reason to bellovo that this
cnter.nlnment will bo worth, doublo
tho prlco of admission. Don't forgot
As a result of tho cool spell Ion
day and Tuesday, "tho old man" took
another degree ln putting up stoves.
The Latest Arrivals
E. P. REED & CO.
The later shipments, recently received, contain
ed all the latest models, which are beauttfully and
gracefully patterned. The new perforated short vamp,
the tapered toe medium extension sole, Cuban heel, in
Patent Colt Vici and Tan.
Come in and see them before you buy.
$2.50 - $3.00 - $3.50 - $4.00
Smith & Amberg.