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title: 'The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, October 21, 1909, Image 14',
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to Hickman Tuesday and Make This Store Your Headquarters
Tom Dillon, Sr.
Tom Dillon, Sr.
C. G. Schlenker.
R. M. Isler.
C. P. Shumate.
P in the air is a pretty risky place to be; but there are daring spirits who brave the dangers and
who are rapidly proving that man will sometime conquer that new realm of science.
There are only a few men up in the air in this way, buta whole lot of fellows are "up in the
lir" on the clothes question. They don't know what they buy; pay a good price, and don't know wheth-
they get value for it or not. There's really no reason for it; there's a very simple and easy way of be-
sure about clothes; and we'll tell you what it is.
X Hart Schaff ner & . Marx
lake clothes that you can know about. Every fabric is all-wool, and you know what that means. Per
ectly tailored; and the style and fashion are the product of the greatest style creators in the country.
ou get a positive guarantee from us and from the makers that the clothes' shall satisfy you in every way.
The point we're making is this When you buy Hart Schafiner & Marx clothes, you know ex-
ctly what you're getting, and it's the best in the world.
We'd like to have you see some of the new grays we're showing in fine suits. The fabrics are
iry heautifnl, rich iri pattern. Such goods are economical always.
The new models in overcoats are very stylish; in many choice fabrics. Suits $20 to $25. Overcoats 916.50 to $25.
s t o re is
SMITH & AM BERG.
the home of Hart Schaff. ner & Marx clothes
DOINGS AT DORENC
c hulking next.
r 11 Hlg&liu killed a beef Tuos-
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nt.i Wrin ... . .
tt. , v 18 roporteu no
llM.', Wwl BPnt last week in
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"JMtU made a flying trip
to Hickman Sunday evening,
Hov. Myles preached two Interest
ing lormonB at Locust Grovo Sunday.
John Maddox It hauling pnporwood
to tho rlvor-bankvnear Parker's point.
Tho school children aro making
preparations to see Pres. Tuft on the
Tho mall didn't leavo Dorena Sat
urday or return. Tho hindrance Is
Mrs,. Dora White spent Saturday
and Sunday In Hickman with her sla
ter Mrs. Patterson.
Tom Lawreuco, ot Columbus, was
tke guest o( his sister, Mrs. J. O.
Klug Thursday ulght.
Ucad tho Courier it will help you.
Pie supper Saturday night. You
aro Invited to bo present.
Deputy Sheriff J. O. King wont to
Jofferson City Sunday, with Sheriff
0. V. Cupp to carry six prlsonors.
SHAW FOR MAGISTRATE.
Arthur M, Shaw, Democratic nomi
nee for magistrate In the Third Mag
isterial , takes this means ot asking
his friends to remember hint ou elec
tion day. Your vote and Influence
vill bo appreciated.
BUSY DAY, SUNDAY.
Esq. Futrell, of Fulton, had nbusy
day last Sunday. Ho broke all his
former records by uniting In mnrrlago
eight couples, They were;
Grover Dallas and Miss Mollio Burn
ham, of Pilot Oak.
Sol Oniy and Miss Bnlllo Beadles,
Odlo. Vaughn and Miss Tona El
liott, of near Clinton.
Andrew Gardner and Miss Olllo Fer
guson, of Crutchfluld.
J. F. Smith and Miss Inez Wat
sou, ot lloai.
Fred" Ynndall and Miss Pearl Ford
of Graves county.
Oscar Copo and Miss Mary Mar
shall, of Hickory Grove.
We must Insist on all accounts and
notes, due us, or falling due bo paid
promptly, or they will be put In tho
hands ot tho officers for collection,
There should bo no excuse, with tho
existing high prices for com and cot
J. P. & S. h. DODDS CO.
Local j m
Taft tho President, Schmidt tho
T. T. Swayno was In TIptonvIllo.
Willlo Dondurant spent Sunday In
C. II. Bruer la in Union City today
It. II. Joyner left for Union City
Itobt. Lewis was hero from Union
Tako that prescription to tho Hick.
man Drug Co. '
Harris, the 3-year-old son of L.
Harris, ot Fulton, died Saturday.
B. B. Sanders, of Caruthersvlllc.
Mo., was here a few days this week.
The frost of tho 11th Inst, did
considerable damage to tho cotton
crop In tho bottoms.
A government dredge boat Is now
dredging the river channel at Med
ley, 10 miles above town.
Miss Loula Shuff, who la attend
ing school In this city, spent Sunday
with her parents near town.
Sam Haynes, a negro laborer, of
Pulton, fell from a moving train last
Saturday night and was killed.
Mrs. J. A. Thompson has returned
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. B. B.
Sanders, at Caruthersvllle, Mo.
Mrs. Lowery Stone and llttlo dau
ghter, Mary, aro visiting her parents
at Greenfield, Tcnu., this week.
Package candles from 5c to $5.00
a package made last night by tho
famous Jacob's factory at the Hick
man Drug Co. Try It.
The evening was a thoroughly en
joyable one throughout, and It was
with reluctance that tho guests at a
late hour took their dcaprturo.
Val Carpenter, Julian Choate and
D. B. Wilson were In Mayfleld the
first of the week buying mules. Thoy
brought back 42 head ot yearlings.
Atty. O. Spradlln, of Union City,
has purchased the old Chambers farm
of 300 acres, near Jordan. It was
owned by S. T. Wade, also of Union
Wo understand O. W. Phelps, of
tho cast end of tho county, Is con
templating moving to a farm near
Hickman. Wo'U bo mighty glad to
NOTICE: All parties Interested In
the Home Telephone Co., are request
ed to attend a meeting at the coun
cil chamber Friday afternoon at 2
o'clock. Important business.
Wilson Martin, a young man at
Fulton, accidently shot himself with
a pistol Saturday night, tho ball tak
ing effect In hla arm. He dropped
tho weapon from his pockot which
caused Its dlschargo.
Saturday afternoon Tho Bntro Nous
Club met with Miss Hazol Johnson
Johnson and re-organized for tho com
ing winter. Progressive Hook was
played, after which tho business of
tho club was transacted. Spanish
cream and cako wore served.
Iho Stag Party given by Mr. Ji T.
Stephens, Tuesday evening to a largo
number ot his gentlomcn friends, was
ono ot tho most enjoyable and inter
esting affairs of the kind this sea
son. Mr. Stephen's beautiful homo
which has Just latoly been complet
ed, was elegantly decorated with cut
flowers and potted plants, and with
Mr. Stephens as gonial host, the af
fair was comploto In every detail.
Progressive Rook was played until u
lato hour. Tho oxcellcut liuich that
followed, consisting ot coffee, welsh
rarebit and fried oysters was ouo
that will bo long remembered, es
pecially tho fried oysters, which wero
cooked by tho host hlms-U. Every
ono knows how well Mr. Stephens cau
fry oysters, but ou tbts occasion ho
was equal to tho best French chofs.