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Make your home comfort
able and cheery by outfit
ing it with bright, new fur
niture and fixtures. We
are displaying a new and
complete line of home fur
nishings at our
What Do You Need ?
Dressers, plain and fancy
Rugs, Art Squares
Cooks and Ranges
Rocking Chairs of all kinds
Stove Pipe, Stove Buckets
Window Glass, all sizes
Trunks, all sizes
We carry, In addition to our reg
ular stock, a large line of second
hand goods which are sold at ex
tremely low prices.
We Sell Furniture
For LESS MONEY
Than Any House in
Western Kentucky I
Wo glvo you a cordial Invitation
to make your headquarters with us
on Tart's Day and all other days
For Taft's Day.
(1) March to Pagoda accompanied
by band playing "Stars and
Stripes Forever." 2 minutes.
Introductory speech by Honor
able Augustus B. Wlllson, Gov.
of Kentucky. 10 minutes.
Song, "Tho Red White and
Blue," by 600 School Children.
An Address for Hickman, Hon.
It. T. Tyler. 6 minutes.
(G) Song, "My Old Kentucky Homo,'
by School Children. 5 minutes.
(7) Return to Boat. 2 minutes.
Half a dozon men were walking up
a country road one of tho warm days
last summer; they took off their
coats for comfort, and flvo of tho
coats had the Hart Schaffner & Marx
name la them. Smith & Ambers say
that's about the proportion G to 1.
Fresh Oysters Crescent Cafo.
Oco llnrrls spent Sunday In I'nlou
Will Flnck, of Union City, was hero
Buy your coal now. Hickman Ice
A Coal Co.
Tho best coffoo you evor drank a
John Saunders, of Woodland, was
Miss Dottlo Davidson was in Un
Ion City, Friday.
Mrs. J. M. Held visited In Fulton
one day last week.
Mrs. John llruer, of Clayton, was
hero Saturday shopping.
Solid oak rocking chairs S6c each
-Homo Furnishing Co.
Mrs. Kato Doss, of Doronn, -io
was here Saturday shopping.
. Let us build you a kitchen cabinet
or a box couch. Hickman Job Shop
Cypress Shingles $1.00 a thousand
Yates 4. Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman
Heating Stoves at nil prices from
11.35 up Homo Furnishing Co. Wood
Telephono your grocery order to
No. 3S tho Old Reliable all goods
When you build, you wont good
work. Seo B .S. Elliott at Hickman
Mrs. Lizzie Lowo and ltttlo daugh
ter, of Paragould, Ark., nro the guests
of Miss Llzzlo Ambarg.
Dr. McKeel and wifo have return
ed to Mayflold, Ky., nfter a visit to
D. B- Wilson and family.
You never did beforo but you can
now buy doublo cano chairs from us
at J3.G0 per sot. Homo Furnishing
Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery Club
will bo entertained next Friday aftor
noon at tho homo of Mrs. C. L.
Thrco months subscription to tho
Courier will cost you only 25c. Try
It three months, If you aro not al
ready taking it.
Quality counts In Shingles. Don't
be deceived get the best, by buy
Ing direct from the mill. Yates &
Kirk Shingle Co., Hickman, Ky.
You can learn by a look through
tho stock of Hart Schaffner & Mnrx
clothes shown by Smith & Amberg
what a variety of new patterns aro
to be had in men's clothing fabrics
Tho Ladles of tho Embroidery Club
bad a delightful tlmo Friday afternoon
from thrco to flvo at tho homo of
Mrs. D. B. Wilson. This was tho
first entertainment of tho Club slnco
last spring, and was much enjoyed
Thcro was a largo number of guests
present besides tho members. A
salad courso was served.
It is now figured that In 7,307 years
tho last cinder of our coal will bo
found In tho ash box. Well, In tho
first place, if tho preachers tell tho
truth, by that tlmo wo will not need
any coal. In tho next place theso
figures forgot that tho coal wo havo
now was mado In much less time,
with billions of tons wore now In
process of perfection.
A mixture of Hackle,
Shucks, Small Grains of Corn,
Silks, Etc., at 15c per wagon
oad, if hauled immediately,
, F. & S. L. DodrJs Co,
Baltzer Sr Dodds D,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods
PECK'S CLOTHING OUR; SPECIALTY
Ask to See
FOR MEN AND BOYS
2,50- 3,00- 3.50
In the Peck Clothing you will find
the season's most authorative styles, each
the exact counterpart of the custom tail
or's most exclusive product. The fab
rics are bright, snappy looking weaves,
noted for service; every suit a model
of smartness and sure to please.
$10.00 to $25.00
U SB J -
We want everybody that comes to Hickman Taft's Day, Oct. 26to make our
store your headquarter. Plenty of Ice-Water.
THE DYERSDURO NORTHERN.
Tho Dyersburg Northern Railroad
Is a short lino between Dyersburg
and Tlptonvlllo, Tenn., connecting
with tho I. C. at tho former town
It has nlwnys been n part of tho plans
of management of tho road to soon
er or later make an extension of this
line from Tlptonvlllo to Hickman
opening as It would a fluid practical
ly undeveloped and traversing some
of the finest agricultural land In the
It will bo remembered that two
gentlemen wore In this city In thJcar
ly spring In tho Interest of building
tho Hlckman-Tlptonvlllo extension.
At that tlmo tho railroad In question
was owned and operated by Mr. Halt.
Its builder. Ho gavo Messrs. Lattn
and Ulco n limited option on rank
ing tho deal which thoy presented to
our citizens, but tho red tape Involv
ed In tho maturing of this proposi
tion and lack of tlmo together caused
It to fall through. SInco then, how
ovo", Mr. Hall has sold his railroad
to well. It doesn't matter who
nnd .Mr. Latta Is President and Gon
era I Manager. In other words Latta
is n tho saddlo and In a position
to tako somo definlto action. Ho is
By Lydia E. PinkhanTs
Gardiner. Maine. "I have bm
great sufferer from organic troubles
aim ii severe female
doctor said I would
have to go to the
hospital for an
operation, but I
could not bear to
think of It. 1 de
cided to try Lydia
It. Pinkliam'a Vog-
and Sana tlvo wash
and was entirely
cured nftr liro
monins- uso or tnem." Mrs. 8. A.
Wirrviud T T? T . j 11 n
II tl-WlrtJlO. ... J.-, AS. ilVl AW, iU& OVf
No woman should submit to a surer!.
cal operation, which may mean death,
until she has idven Lydia K. 1'iuk ham's
Vegetable Compound, mado exclusive
ly irom roots auu neros, a lair trial.
This famous medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be the
most valuable tonio and renewer of
the femalo organism. Women resid
ing In almost every city and town In
the United States bear wllllnsr testi
mony to the wonderful virtuo of Lydia
K. riukham's Vegetable Compound.
T Aitraa fa t it i ! a Ufa nml Aranlna l 1
vuiva iviUHtu Alio, unit utuatva iUUt
ant, buoyant femalo health. If vou
are 111, for your own sake as well as
thoso you love, give 1( a trial.
Airs. IMilklimn. ut IiViiii. Manx..
Invites all sick women to write
tier for advice. 1 1 or advloe Is Ire.
auu always) helyiuL
Interested In coming to Hickman v
the following letter to Mr. Al Karl
Tho negotiations for tho purchase
of tho Dyersburg Northern Railroad
wcro reopened by Mr. Rico, myself
nnd Mr. Watklns, of Now York, which
resulted In tho purchase of the stock
of this road, and wo aro now In n
losltlon to discuss tho question of ex
tension to Hickman nuthoritlvely.
Willi the people there, and wo would
llko for you to begin thinking of this
matter along Uio lines which wo sub
mltted to you In tho spring.
Wo appreciate very much tho Inter
est taken by yourself and others In u
last May, and hope that there may bo
n renewal of that Interest now.
I'leasu make known theso facts to
your people, nnd at a latter date
will again tako this matter up with
Yours very truly,
S. Granger 1-atln.
DOINGS AT OORENA.
'Too Into for last week.)
Jack Frost has como at last.
Wo arc having fine weathor.
Ercll Maddox went to Hickman Sat
urday. Mrs. IMancliu Dick Is very sick
Guy Hall had business In Charles
John llryant went to Capo Girar
deau, Sunday on business.
Kcrby Crosno, of Crossno, was lu
tho neighborhood last week.
Luther Illnshaw wont to East I'ral
rlo last Friday on business.
Tho protracted meeting closed with
tho result of four professions. I
A number of tha boys from hero
went to Meedley Sunday to play ball
Mr. I'atterson, of Hickman, visit
ed her sister, Mrs. Dora Whtto last
Guy Hall wont to Clinton last week
nnd while there ho purchased n new
John Fletcher and Howell King vis
ited In Kast l'ralrlo Saturday and
Di. Illackford, of Hickman, wus
called to see one of Mrs, Dunns lit
tlo girls last Friday .
Mrs PolliatuuB und daughter, Mary,
visited Mrs. Lucy Illnshaw, of Hick
mac, Saturday and Sunday.
A number of citizens aro prepar
ing to rulso tho church houuo nnd
put new blocks under It. This has
been much needed for somo tlmo.
A pie supper will bo given ut Lo
cust Groo church Saturday night,
Oct. 23rd. Everybody Is invited to
como Tho money will bo for tho
benefit of tho prcachetH who have
been with us tho past year.
Mrs, Claru 13, Graham. County Sun-
orlntoudent of Charleston, was hero'
last .vwk visiting tho schools She
was highly pleased with tho condi
tions nt locust Grovo school, and
said It was one nmong tho best In
This Is to notify tho public that
hereafter I shall not bo rseponslblo
lor any debts or other obligations that
may bo contracted by my son, Gcorgo
Ueovcs. who Is a minor. K. E. Reoves,
Hickman. Ky. 17-4p
Maks tho Farm Mow Attractlrt
You can do this tr kiua
telephone. You can ckj titl
rounding on ycur tun Jj u i
tractive to your nzt aid ditib
as If you were lli.oj la tie Uir
a bis city. Our ex;Jst ttni:
attractive '"aruer Lite ' ratti i
not to bo compared . h thj be:?
derived. Call tho cii r
Cumberland Telephsni A Tilej'J
Artf'i lllr Vl! rromilr dttrtTt th smni
trut earn hUlns half. II nourUfxt Iht rub
butt, reflates lhro la health. Th tulf stop
bains' out. grows mor npiJlr.
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svrms IKil ou. tiinJrvX II tin cw I
trui of Ouw'mll HmII, ij lin IW u 1
(Itu aim la A bciltar c.
Does not Color the
We Ult you to poilively and sJiitlnctly understand thit Aw i Ito
Vigor docs not affect the color of the hMr even to t"-.t sI.cMnt
degree. Persons with the wlillrst or the IlKl.lcst nJ m:t delicate
blond hair may use It freely without hating the hair nude a shade dutn
lnPrvl!fnl Sulphur. Cherrl. QvUun. Sodium OJortf.
Show tnit formula o your doctor. Aik him what he IhlnU U I
J P ATf fVM,rHT l.l! Mm.
"CREAM OF THE WHEAT"
Sold hv most eroeera. Everv sack or barrel F-- '"f'l Bir"l
anletd or your money back. Nothing equal to It f.r l'
Take no substitute. A less expensive but gsod C:Jr it car mja
grade patent "oiak. iryui aiiocoih cnup,
C. H. BESHERS, (Successor to Bcshcrs & Jackson)
MOSE BARKETT, Agent
Now is the time to lay in your winter's supply of
COAL. Don't wait until the coluave flag
reminds you of your negligence.
Bon Air Lump Coal - - - $4'50
Tradewater Lump Coal, - - $3,75
Prices made on Domestic Nut, Blacksmith, Steam
and Anthracite Coal, upon application.
Hickman Ice & Coal Co.