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CTRAY LOCAL NOTES
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To aMurc you R fabric to your liking. You can find hare tha VERY FINEST
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED WOOLENS in diffident variety to meet the itnli.
vidual taite, and yet in no TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT in Hickman are these
patterns to be found in duplicate. If you would avoid thm tedious monotony that
is so characteristic of men's dress today we can be of service to you. : : : : :
FOB PflBTICDLHB Ml
If you arc contemplating
buying a pair of shoes,
be sure you buy ....
They are the best and
most stylish made. . .
Millet & Alexander
Men's Head io Foot Outfitters
THE HICKMAN COURIER
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Ttoniflag, Oct. 21St, 1909
ROUTE NO. FIVE.
Mr. Dolph Hicks Is having a now
Mr. Goldy Wilson is having n fine
Mrs. Lela Williams is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Fcrrel, near Hornbeak.
D. D. Kirk and family spent Sun
day with W. W. Hamlin and family,
Mr. J. B. Bruer and family spent
Sunday with Mr. William Bruer and
Rev. Metheny filled his regular ap
pointment at Mt. Manuel Sunday. A
large crowd attended.
Mr. Cyrus Ferrel and family, of
Hornbeak, spent Saturday night with
Henry Howard and family.
Mrs. William Bruer is getting along
nicely with her broken limb, under
the care of Dr. Glover.
Misses Bulah Glover and Georgio
Myrtlo and Dora Howard went to
Hickman Monday, shopping.
Messrs. Buck Escuu and Henry
Howard are having tiling put in the
low places on their farms.
Miss Lena Hicks fell and cut her
kneo very badly Sunday morning. She
Is under the care of Dr. Glover.
Mrs. E. Case has returned from
a visit to Mrs. Herman Scates at
Drugs Hickman Drug Co.
Mrs. S. M. Hublmrd Is Buffering
with n sprained nnklo.
Mrs. J. M. Hubbnrd and daughter,
Miss Charlotte, nro In Nashville.
Circuit Clerk J. W. Morris was In
Crutchflcld ft few days last, week.
Mrs. John Itopcr nnd Mrs. Murley
Roper were In Union City this wook.
Mrs, C. G. Schlcnkor tins returned
from a visit to relatives In Eaton, O.
Miss Nina McClellan, of Caycc, Is
tho guest of Miss Ethel N'aylor this
Mrs, Eugcno Noylor and- children,
Violet and I.ucllo, nro visiting rein
tlves at Cay ce.
Purity, accuracy and quick service
is tho moto of our drug department.
Hlckmnn Drug Co.
Mrs. Fopo Herring and daughter,
Mrs. Will Hubbard, Went to Union
City, Monday, to visit.
LOST; lied pocket book contain
ing $20 and some receipts. Howard
if returned to John Wright.
Mrs. A. O. Kiinbro nnd children
visited from Friday until Sunday
with relatives at Crutchflcld.
Mrs. B. C. Whlto and family, of
Dorena, Mo., spent Saturday and Sua
day with Mrs. C. S. Patterson.
Get tho "bag" out of the kneo of
your trousers beforo Taft's Day,
Schmidt will do tho Job right,
T. A. Holcombc, wlfo and son, of
Greenville, Miss., arc tho guests of
his parents, C. A. Holcombo and fatnl
Hickman is now dressed In her pa
triotlc suit Sec that all streets are
cleaned nnd your premises "brushed
A ten day's meeting will begin at
Rogers School house next Saturday
night. Everybody invited. E. r
Keith Muso and wlfo havo return
ed to Atlanta, Ga., after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ellison and other
Cards aro out announcing Uie mar
rlage of Miss Eren Walston, of near
Crutchfleld, to Blanton H. Newport,
of Fulton, on Nov. 17th.
Mrs. W. O. Reeves, of Chaffeo, Mo.
is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. E,
Rose, and sisters, Mrs. J. R. Brown,
Mrs. Laura Burnett nnd Mrs. Mattie
Eld. Perkins, of th6 Primitive Bap
lists, will preach at Graves School
Houso on tho fifth Saturdya andSun-
day, at 11 a. in., and at tho Court
House each night
Deputy-Sheriff Goaldcr Johnson loft
this morning for Fulton to bring a
negro named Tine Boaz to this city
The negro Is charged with assaulting
R. J. Bugg, who is fatally Injured,
and feeling is running high. Mob
violence is feared. The injured man
was robbed .and beat almost into a
Or. Cook and Com. Peary" s
OWN STORIES OF HOW THEY
REACHED THE NORTH POLE
will be told later told doubtless at great length. Our
story of how we reached the Pole of perfection in the
putting up of Physicians' Prescriptions we purpose
telling briefly here today.
We lay no claim to being the first white
men to put up prescriptions correctly.
We lay no claim to priority whatever, but
we do claim to put up prescriptions by a
system in which all mistakes are avoided
and in which only the good points of our
long experience in the drug business, are
embodied. We can take care of all your
business in a systematic way.
Helm & Ellison
AND UP TO $30.00
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR NOTHING TO PAY
rM tt-ii nunn Tn a rvn This season is the best we ever had. This proves to ui
vJUlV lvJCf I trYLJL that our lines are the Best Ever Brought to HickinTn'
We realize this is saying a great deal, but think we can prove the assertion if you will drop in and let ui
We extend to our friends a SPECIAL INVITATION TO VISIT THIS STORE ON OCTOBER 20th and
stay as long as you want to.
BRADLEY & PARHAM
I am now in the market
for Corn at any point on
N. C. & St. L. Ry. Will
pay highest cash price.
See me before selling.
G. M. BRADBERRY
Hickman. - Kentucky
L. D. Perry, the restaurant man.
ia quite nick.
Vote for A. M. Shaw for Magistrate
of the Third District.
Best Clear Heart Cypress 8hlngtet
S3.50 a thousand. Yates & Kirk
Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky.
Tho lG-ycar-old eon of J. M. nell.
of West Hlckmnn, died, Tuesday, of
rover. Burial at Gardner, Tcnn.
You aro welcome at tho Hickman
Drug Co. storo Oct. 2Gth. Como In
and bco tho prctUcst drug storo fn
FOR SALE: A nlco residence, ono
block from Fostofflce. The house
has 0 room., two halls, and two qorch
es; in good repair and a vory deslra
bio placo. Call at this office.
Tho Wlllard Gorton entertainment
nt tho Lyric last night merited a
much larger attendance than was
given It. Ho Is an artist In Imnor
Bonatlng, sketching, clay modeling and
u good story-teller.
Hon. K. S. Mooro, democratic noml
ueo for tho legislature from tho coun
ties of Hickman and Kulton, is stump.
Jng Hickman county this week in tho
interest of Democracy. Next week ha
win speak In Fulton couuty.
Hon. It. T. Tyler, chairman of tho
Taft Day Iteccptlon Committee, has
named tho following to serve on his
commlttcot Col. C. C. Mongol, Louis
ville; S. L. Dodds, Hickman; C. K.
Hlco, Fulton; O. L. Wnlker. Hickman
J. T, Stephens. Hickman.
A railroad mail by the namo of It.
J. Uugg, was found in an alley in Fill
ton, Tuesday morning with his skull
fractured. Tho day beforo ho hod
cashod a check for J17 nnd had be
sides SIS In money. Tho SIC bud not
been touched when found. Ho Is in
a critical condition.
Tuesday afternoon, from two to
four, Mrs, J. T. Stopbons entertain
cd a largo number of friends at rook,
Their new beautiful home was beauti
fully decorated with cut flowers and
potted plants. There won eight ta
bles and tho games of progressiva rook
played with much Interest .An excel
lent salad courso was served. Mrs.
Llzzlo Lowe, of Paragould, guest of
Miss Lizzie Ambers, was an out-of-town
Tho General Arrangements Commit
tee has decided to havo Pres. Taft
speak from a stand erected on tho
river bank near tho old mill build
ing llu may bo better hoard then
than In the park.
Immediately after finishing his ad
dress tbu President nnd party will bo
driven through Clinton street, where
he may bo seen by evorrouo. Tho
parade will be In tho following order:
First carriage: Pres. Tnft. Capt
llutt, 1st Aid; Gov. Wlllsou, of Ken
tucky; C. L. Walker, President Cora
merclal Club; James Sloan, Secret
Second carriage: Flvo secret sen-
Third carriage: Postmaster Gen
cral. Secretary of War. Secretary of
Stato and Hot). It. T. Tyler.
Autos following will carry the varl
ous committeemen looking utter the
SHOT HIS FRIEND.
A sad accident occurred In. tho
Crutchflold neighborhood last Monday
night, when Oscar Seat shot and per
haps fatally wounded John Stone
The bullet struck Stono In the hip
and, ranging downward, entered tho
Tho two young men were members
of a Jolly crowd of young people who
went to tho homo of Mrs. Jim Fcrgu
son to n cbnrlvarl. Mr. and Mrs, A,
Gardner, who were married at Ful
ton last Sunday, were tbu objects of
the merry-making. While tho fun
was at Its height, a pistol In tho
possession of Scat was accldently
discharged, the biillot striking Stono
with tho above result.
Physicians performed an operation
on tho Injured man Monday, In an
effort to save his life, ami ho Is
thought to bo Bomo better today.
Mr. Seat is prostrated over.'thoaf'
fair, as Stono was one of his most
Oscar Scat Is a brother of J. T.
Scat, sheriff of this county.
Later: Ab wo go to press wo
learn that young Stono died last night
Wilt Nunelly, a young muu from
near Muyflold, who was working for
tho Mengel Uox Co., died In this
city last Friday, after a week's 111
noss. His death occurred at the
homo of lien White. Tho body was
taken to Pryorsburg, Toon., for burial,
He was n stranger In this city.
Whcro did you get that now suit?
Why, that's my last winter's suit
Schmidt, tho Tailor, clcanod it up.
Mrs. Pearl Uussell. arrived hero
Wednesday morning from Greenville,
Miss., to visit
Uorn to tho wife of Arthur Shaw,
at Statu Lino, Wednesday morning,
a girl. im
C. A, Porry hus roturuod from Hot
Springs, whero hujms been for his
Miss Kstello Hurpor Is visiting' In
Union City this week.
TEST LAKE TITLES.
Suit will bo filed this month by At
torney General Cates to clear the
state's title to Iteelfoot Lake The
conference of Gen Cates In Memphis
Friday with tho representatives of th
West Touncssoo Land Company, own
ers of Iteelfoot Lake, and tho gover
nor did not corapromlso. Gov. Pat
terson wus of Urn opinion that It
would 1k proper to proceed with the
matter under the act of the last leg
islature, which directs tho attorney
general to examine iht claim of tho
Iteelfoot Lako holders nnd fllu suit
to clear tho state's title.
Gen. Catcs will bo assisted by tho
district attorney-general, D. J. Cald
well, David U. Puryear, of Gallatin,
and Mr. Ilnrr. of Dresden. Mr. Pur
year and Mr Darr were appointed
by Gov. Patterson to assist Gon.
Cates. The purposes of tho suit will
bo to clear tho title; that Is, to as
certain If tho West Tennessee Land
Company lias n clear tltlo tn Iteelfoot
take. If tho land company establish
es Its tltlo In Uio courts tho attorney,
general Is directed to Institute con
demnation proceedings so that Heel
foot take may become a public do
mnln. Should tho state successfully
attack the title t!.
ccedlngs will It t.
The matter w i
by bill ottneka;
West Tvnnrsse I
stato Insisting "
really parted ir
tho grunts tsu-l
are void. Th.- t .
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J. T. Dillon will . ,7 i. MfofUif
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tho tramp and 1 'J H ::i i
tako the part of i L:r;t:T! Ik.
should Insure a lnr t- Tt-T
will be a number ' t :-K sciW
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On Post Cards
"PICTURES YOU WILL WANT
Wc have made arrangements to take
pictures of all the best things to be
seen on October 26 the Battleships,
Flotilla, Presidential Party, Parade, etc.
They will be made on post cards nnd
will make splendid souvenirs. Leave
your order at our store and the cards
will be reserved or mailed to your ad
dress. The price will be only
60 Cents a Dozen-
We guarantee the work.to please you.
HELM & JELLISON