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Hickman Will Entertain the Nation's Chief Executive Next Tuesday. Make Arrangements to be With Us
THE HICKMAN COURIER
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HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1909.
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NEW DAILY AT FULTON.
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IsmofcM and Farm Journnl.
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SCARCITY OF HAND8.
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THINGS TO REMEMBER.
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The Foremost Millinery Depart
ment In Hickman
.Offers a Splendid Showing of all Ap
proved and Advanced Style Tendencies
Our stock is as large if not larger, than
on the opening days, and embraces styles and
colorings to be found at no other store.
WlL'- RECLAIM LAND.
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81 T tho ,roP0'J district
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I1 tain": UU8' w"c reclaimed
A repreientatire collection of Trimmed
Had, including copies of the latest Paris
and New York models
In favor as never before, exclusive de
signs in Brown Hats, Colonials and Turbans,
colors the very latest.
LADIES and CHILDRENS
The latest things In Felt hats trimmed
in the desirable fashions, at., 1.50 to $5
Llntrimmed Shades and Trimmings
The Largest Variety in Town
This Department Will Surely Interest You
Our Stock of Under
wear and Hosiery
Is Ready ! I
, Ladies fleeced and cotton ribbed Vests, Pants and Union Suits,
priced at 25, 35 and 50c
Ladies fine lisle thread garments and Union Suits 1.00
Ladies Wool Union Suits, medium weight, silk finished 1.50
Childrens Vests and Pants, fleeced lined and cotton ribbed,
good values at 25, 35 and 50c
Childrens Union Suits, extra values, heavy fleeced35 to 50c
Boys Union Suits, very heavy fleeced, an excellent value 50c
A Constant Stream of New Things
Charming every one of them
started this fall with an even more extensive showing than ever before.
' As you glance over hundreds of styles, you will quickly see that there is a
decided tendency toward closer fitting garments and coat-dress effects; also that the
dominant feature in everything is the Moyen-Age effect the newest, oddest,
most attractive style introduced in years 1
Colors were never prettier and there are enough fashionable shades for
everyone to find a becoming one. There seems to be almost a passion for all
tones of violet from the deepest purple to the softest and palest shades of laven
der; raisin is good, catawba, taupe and slightly deeper tones of blue, brown and
These models arc made expressly for us and arc characteristic Hischof garments.
This means more than usual care in tailoring and a positive cenius in selecting
fabrics, trimming, buttons, etc. Thi is so important this fall as strong contrasts
are extremely fashionable.
You couldn't find more attractive garments than these Hischof models. You
couldn't find greater values; better clothes can't be had.
Come in now and you can find many simple mtdiratt prictd styles that arc
for Ladies and Children we are showing the "Cadet" Hose,
the best hose on the market, at 25c
Other qualities at 10c, 20c up to 75c
We are showing a complete line of Blankets from the cotton
9-4 to the large size all wool Blankets 50c to $10
Ready for Inspection!
Newest Fall Models of
E. P. Reed & Co.'s
A nn rn Tl rP)TV Pint of Special Interest to Ladies
We will have with us next Wednesday, the 27th, a representative of one of the
largest houses making ladies ready-to-wear goods. He will show their full line of
Cloaks, Suits and one-piece cloth tailored dresses. A special invitation is extended.
Shoes for Women
E. P. REED 5X0
2.50, 3.00, and 4.00 R0CHE5TERN-Y
Nothing aids more in completing a lady's dress than correct and
stylish footwear. We have made this a feature of our stock, and are
showing an unsurpassed line in all leathers and soles. See our Misses
and Childrens Shoes at 1,50 to 2.50
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