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& Ladies Shoes
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of the newest, smart
est and prettiest crea
tions ever exhibited,
are awaiting you at our store. A style for every taste,
and a perfect, graceful fit for every foot.
A Complete Assortment of Boys and Girls School Shoes
MILLET Sr ALEXANDER
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J. F. Kail to It. N. Whlto head lots
Ir. Kulton. $225,
0. O. Nix to L. A. Scar, lots In
orfEIVE NEW AUTO
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Hill, ! Kan been given a wir j, $soo
ni nude goou. W. a. Browder to Qoo. II. Woodrow
C7 acres land, $4030
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" n.r nm0 I Marsuerlto Norton to Chas
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L, T. Callahan to W. U. Moacham,
Iota In Pulton, $2000.
U. O. DeMycr to C. C. Ford, loU
I In Fulton, $2200.
n. II. Kirk to J. N. Lusk, land In
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a ri a iwnsT linn wtm rmvii
Ul. Schmidt, the Tailor.
A. Tjlcr Plaintiff, vs. James
rtrtue of a judgment and or
a wle of Fulton Circuit Court,
mi at thi September tcriu
., I r.i, I . . i . . .
cm cl icvcn hundred nnd eight
i (ITOS.COi (h lntcrcat at tho
ot t per cent tier annum until
ltd rrtf tittiln t tt It tv.
County Court was In session last
week, and the following business was
Tho following fiduciary settlements
were filed nnd ordered lay over 30
days for exceptions
C. p. Smith iwrdlan for W. A
S. A, Wllklns Ruardlan for Koy
Stop Feds guardian for Waytuond
I. 4. Krcni Admr. for Chas. From.
J, T. Underwood guardian for Geo.
T, 8. llutlcr administrator of E. D,
Yes Drpwiler administrator o( Katb
to offer fur salo at tho Court I crlnu Hrowder,
ipor n III kmap, Ky., to tho 11. T. Davis guardian for Saaio ana
bidder, at public auction, on I Sherman Iloen.
Ita dr of November 130, nt 2 T A. l'rathcr administrator of W.
a rr thereabput )bcngM. Ilacoq,
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cpttbl, the follnwlnr dcierlbod I Thmnta.
'Wi 'oti k i ,o. iv anu I H. a. wiiKins guaraian ai nuuvn
feet of Vic lot No. 33 Wllklns.
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oriuMldcnt tht'ivcf to producvl Q. M. Ilopcr, third Boctlon Moscow
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-I'ununiv I'llvVf tuu UllUT liUlvtli BVWUU ovvuwh
mmt txecuto llond. bea Ja. E. Iloocr. first section Luns
iniercst from the day of inl ford rod.
Ild, Bd halnp tho forco and Tho caso of W, J. Darry vs. II. F.
of a Judgment lliddera will Hemlev was appealed to Circuit Court,
'o campiy promptly wiuj Tho suit was an exception to mo soi
J. It, 1IILNEK. Com.
Circuit Court. Kentucky.
Mwn, Jr., Plaintiff, vs, Uob
"rtue of a judgment and ordor
...wu vutua ujun. renu-
It th S.-IyI, iI.. . .1
In tho above cause, for tho
of one hundred Ki.mn iiniinr.
"Men at tho rate of C por
" "UUUU1 ui in nn in nvwi rmstn
I "liall preed to offer for
tth Court llcmiui ilnnr In 1IIV.
1 "i to this hlchcHt lililil.ar nt
"cuon. on tho 8th day of
r. "OS. at 2 o'clock t.. m..
... luuug county court
fa a credit of six months,
"Mtlr proDorlv. In.wlM I.ta
W and 161. nil In l.lnnV !t
- vu ilm tjin.. nr mnn nf
Hickman, Fulton rmmiv. ifn.
f IUlflclnt thereof In urn.
. 01 "enoy so ordered
tl iot tho Purchase price,
WwtMf, with BDnrovi..! rnrl.
l"l Interval from tho day
"ItfCt of n l,wlm.. ni.i.
mi.., Prt'Pared to comply
tleincnt of tho cstato of Mary Judgo,
doccased, Judgo Naylor awarded
verdict pf $125 to palntf(.
. Circuit Court,
Tho following suits hnvo been fll
i nnrtsaw 411 ,
ed In tbo offlco of Uio Circuit Clork,
slnco tho September term of court.:
Mrs. Nannlo Hyrn vs. D. M. Dyrn
J. It. Hertwlck vs. Sarah Hortwlck
Mrs. Mlnnlo Sccarco vs. Myra
8cearco, ct al. Suit for settlement
John Ilroadliurst vs. Ella Broad
Clara Wlmbcr vs. Oeorgo Wlmbcr.
Sam Lynch vs. Martha Lynch. Dl'
Mrs. N. C. Irvlno vs. Dr. A. J. Aex
andcr. Suit for settlement of estate,
C. P. Kprthcross vs. J. L. Northing-
ton. Plaintiff was hired to teach a
colored school at Fulton nnd a short
time later defendant was also elect
cd. At tho last term of tho Circuit
Court, Northcross secured an inujne
tlon against N'orthlngton, restraining
hlra from teaching. The caso was
carried to tho Court of Appeals nn,d
we understand tho restraining order
was tnado permanent.
Leon D. Bmlth vs. Mildred It. Smith
F. U. Attcbcrry vs. M. &. O. U. K.
Suit for $100 damages for bunilng
building. Plaintiff, resides In tho
Cay co neighborhood,
While waiting for tho President.
Tuesday, visit K. II Klllson-a ensu
Store, tbo House ot Bargains.
The Harper Decorating Co., of Louis
vllle, havo four men In Hickman to
dceorato tho city for tho visit of
President Taft next Tuesday, This
company Is ono of the leaders In Its
line In thq south and hnvo some very
flattering recommendations from cit
ies and Individuals for whom htcy
hnvo worked. They will also decor
ato dwellings and business housos,
and tho Courier trusts every progres
sive business man In town will decor
nto his business house and present
a patriotic appearauco to tho First
Citizen on his visit hero next Tues
At tho "Jayvlllo Junction" enter
tainment, given ou Friday night un
der auspices of tho Ladles Aid. of
tho Presbyterian church, Mr. Porter
B,huwato will tako tho heavy comody
ro-n -'Booth N. Darretl", mo acior,
Tho laughs that this part alono brings
Is worth tho price of admission.
FOR SALE: The Mrs. Klttlo King
farm ot 192 acres, 2uiUoi oast ot
Hickman. Well traprovod and a de
sirable place. For terms, write B. I
King, tlnloa "Ity, Tenn., Iloute 7.
Get ready for Tuesday.
WHAT A DOLLAR WILL DO
k dollar a week buys a Victor. And -you hae it
hlle you are paying for it.
A dollar a week gives you nc living vuu.ca io ,
. I it! .t lL mmkIH "b J
ereateit lingers i tne lurnng rousiu oi iuo wa ,
great tniiuary oanus, imiiuuku...
and quartieii oy accorapnncu v i
ular songs ot tne aay j we ocsi uuuv.c iiiuv,...i
perfect time ana rnyium ana jouu cuuuKu
dancing sacrea muaiui wmiii ,
Come and learn particulars oi our casyj
i payment plan.
ELLlSOJH BROS., Hickman, i&
Read tho Courier.
Schmidt, tho Tailor.
Don't fall to decorate
Plain center tables CCc. Homo Fur.
All kinds ot mcaU at Mooro's gro
Hear D, H. Wilson sing at tho Lyric
Fresh Oysters, any quantity, at tho
If you want boiled ham, call No.
80 Tho Crescent.
If Its a swoll pair ot pants you
want, try Schmidt.
Tinware and stove flituros at Bet-
teraworth & Prather.
Havo Schmidt to clean and press
that last winter's suit.
Tolcphono that grocery ordor to
Oettcrsworth & Prather.
Nice Iron Beds $2.C0 up cash or
credit Homo Furnishing Co.
Miss Azaleo Itay returned to Hick
man from Water Valley, Monday.
TAItPINB for coughs and colds
26c per bottle. Helm & Ellison.
WANTED: A strictly first class
Jersey Cow, fresh. L. P. Ellison.
Forty laughs in forty minutes at
the Lyric tomorrow (Friday) night,
If you want a good hearty laugh
go and sco "Jayvlle Junction" Frl
That last years overcoat will do
this season if you havo Schmidt tlx
It up. All work guaranteed.
Mrs. S. L, noyster, of near town,
fell from ber porch last week and re
ceived a serious sprain of the an
Hickman liai built more concrsm
walks and crossing this year than
any other town in U. S. of thosamo
Ball-bearing sowing machines, guar
nntecd .for 10 years, and all attach-
mcnts.'Jbeautifully finished, only $16.
Homo Furnishing Co.
11. S. Elliott Is building two resi
dences in tho Henry Addition. Let
the good work go on. Wo need
ruoro residences in Hickman.
Laugh and tho world laughs with
you snore nnd you snoro aionc go
to r "Jayvlllo Junction" Friday
nlght and havo a good laugh.
NOTICE: Tho Standard Oil Co.,
will hereafter deliver coal oil and
gasollno on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday only. Phone 61. Mose Bar
kett. Agent. 12tt
Wo aro sorry to learn that tho In-
dependent tolephone movement at Un
ion City foil by tbo way. However,
In timo, thoy will bo forced to take
up again where they left off.
Co to see Claronco Reed as "Ha.pi
py Happen," tho tramp, propose mar
riage to John DUon as "Mrs. O'Cal
llhan" the Irish scrub lady, at tho
Lyric tomorrow night.
Tho city of Hickman throws open
her doors to visitors noxt Tuesday.
Tho committees In charge havo niado
nil arrangements to mako your visit
a nleasant one. Como and spend tho
entlro day with us.
On Thursday ovenlng ot last week,
Mrs. T. T. Swayno entertained
large number of friends at Bridge In
honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Keith Muso, ot
Atlanta, Gn., who aro visiting Mr. and
Mrs, L. P. Ellison. A aalad course
was served. Mrs. Will Hubbard, and
Mrs. Arch Boogher, ot Itonnoko, wcro
Charles Bailey, recently a petit
Juror at tho Now Madrid county cir
cult court, was kicked and beaten to
tho bluo point by Clydo Lewis on
tho Quit train near Parma last Wed
nesday night. Bailey was sitting In
the smoking car when Lewis who
lives at East Prairie, walked up and
niiki'd If ho woro tho Bailey who
served on tho Jury which sont his
brother to tho pen for ten years for
killing a man at Slkoston u year ago,
Balloy said ho was tho Juror, where
upon Lewis knocked him down and
trotted on his countenauco. Lewis
wilt bo arrested and probably given
tho pleasuro of being with bis brother
for a timo. Capo Girardeau Ilopuoii
We will be in Hickman 1 5 days for
he purpose of buying ten carloads of Old
Iron, such as old binders, movers, wagon
tires, plow points, stove iron, also old cop
per, brass, and rubber, for which we pay
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
Dont wait but bring it now. You
will find us at Hickman Ice & Coal Co.
McADOO BROS., Hickman, ky.
THE TAFT PARTY.
Besides tho four vessels of tho
United States Navy now lying In St.
Louts hnrbor, there will bo about 27
others in tho fleet that will accom
pany President Taft nnd party down
tho Mississippi, October 25. Present
Indications lead to tho belief that
tho fleet will havo aboard nt least
2,800 persons, many ot them women.
The ladles will be aboard tho steam
ers Savannah and Capo Clrardeau.
Tho Savannah will nlso carry dele
gates to the Dcop Waterways Conven
tion. The Capo Girardeau will carry
delegations from Missouri, East St.
Louts, Belleville and Alton in addi
tion to tho ladles.
Tho Hickman Courier and the St.
Louis Globe-Democrat (twice-a-week)
Both ono year for ..$1.E0
Tho Hickman Courier and tho St
Louis Republic (twlco-a-week), both
one year for $1.40
The Hickman Courier and Mem
phis. Commercial-Appeal (Weekly),
both ono year for $1.25
Tlio Hickman Courier and the St,
Louis Globe-Democrat and Memphis
Commercial-Appeal threo papers all
ono year ror
The Hickman Courier and Rural
Routo Dally Republic, (to parties on
rural routes). A dally paper and a
weekly paper, both one year for only
Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's
National Dally, both one year for
Tho Hickman Courier and Woman's
Farm Journal, both ono year for only
Hot coffeo at all hours Crescent
Fulton Circuit Court, Kentucky.
W. A. Dodds, Plaintiff, vs. R. A.
Craddock, Defendant; .Equity!
By virtue of a Judgment and order
of salo of Fulton Circuit Court, rend
ered at the September term, thero-
oi, mm, in tne nuovo cause, ny agree
ment ot tho parties herein, 1
shall proceed to offer for salo at
tho Court House door In Hickman,
Ky., to the highest bidder, at public
auction, on tho 8th day ot November.
1903, at 2 o'clock p. m.( or there
about (being County Court day), up
on a credit of six months the follow
ing property, lo-wit: Parts ot tho S.
E. and S. W. Qrs. of Sec. 20. T. 1,
R. D, W. containing 161 acres moro
or less same being tho tract of land
known as the Gouley place and ly
ing 103 poles on the Dyersburg Road
and extending north" 160 poles con
taining 103 acres more or less, and
the remaining 58 acres moro or less
of the tract hereby conveyed adjoins
on tho wtest tho first described tract
conveyed by D. W. Dlckerson to Daisy
D. Overby, nil lying and being In Ful
ton county, Kentucky, or sufficient
thereof tq produce tho sums of money
so ordered to bo made. For tho pur
chaso price, the purchaser, with ap
proved security or securities, must
execute Bond, bearing legal Interest'
from tho day of salo until paid, and
having the forco and effect of a Judg--ment.
Bidders will bo prepared to
comply promptly with those terms.
J. R. MILNE R, Com..
Fopo Herring was In Union City
yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Herring ex
pect to move back to Union City
about tho first, of December. They
havo a host ot friends in Hickman
who will regret their leaving.
Arc The Finest
is based on
tho fact that
they clothe more men
than any tailor in the
Samples now on display-to measure only, and at popular
MILLET & ALEXANDER
J. H. JIILNEIt, Com.