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title: 'The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, November 04, 1909, Image 9',
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...Santa Claus Has Arrived.
With Hickman's Greatest Showing
M We take p
leasure in announcing that NEXT TUESDAY, NOV. 9,
will be our Opening Day and We invite you to visit our store, where
you will see a big, comprehensive line, including everything of real
worth from the world s original markets of holiday goods.
All the new things that give every promise of popularity, and many of the best are ours
exclusively. Come and see our line and you will find reasons in plenty why it will pay you to
buy at the
BOOK AND NOVELTY STORE
J. E. aXTA.YH.OJEl. tfc CO.
iOn the Streets
IXML Mi' u LAl'NDRY at Wee's
ii.j ntL of children's shoes at
'liK . ore
lln. II Norman, of Fulton, died
Eicrjlhlng In Rubbers and Over-
..ND Kountaln Ton. Describe
Ml t..r Ilil. ti.itl.. Till. nrNn f
Etcr;,t.i.K in Elk and high cut
J, A, Laultcr aud J. C. Hawkins
ft re from Madrid Bond yestor-
Uui.-j UauJrU-d at Ic each II you
lt Innp Ifitlmln . III....'.. CI... ..
- . . mv IIIVU m UMWM
Uan.rr LKAVES TUESDAY and
rHHAVll V mrlln
Tt lD,c will meet with Misses
f Md Anna Outten. Tuesday at-
E. KU.cy, M. L. McDado. J. L.
Ur.irm -. I t . .
a . uuiri'H weru uuru
i it..-! .
' "fin, or Nashville, will preach
mi Id rtuon next Sunday morning
Uoiioik. alo at ulght.
' C iilaud and wife, of Union-
. m mi: ii, u. uruie. or
... Jliu, wl,ro ,uu cui.gig ot
niauu mm week. Tucy
'tmc4 tu tbtir home Friday.
Krititord & Androwi, "tho depon-
ai union city, have
0Mr(Ud wt'u the Courier for u
or ipacu for Christmas adver-
Tiiig la a hustling firm; they
w in pr.a'. r'n ink-rntnu.mimitiv
- - wu hock ou their shelves
on mir uoora.
l'4'r tllO llrni , fv .!
" 00 '"""d udvortliied a flno
. Wot,Klg ,0 U. A CrttJJ0cki
iMvm m thy old Squlro Dlckur-
vu Diapft i. .
mi. . " " aro i'000 hearing
W ir-cs, ;o0 youUK nppl0 lrt,ul)i
, '. ts rawherrlea. rasnherrlot.
' rnc, grai)(;() utc Th u
- - ii i need, 40 neros Ihvb
- mi uuio or suio.
Rv W Wnti. uin i.
lor mis conference
-i ury Wat nr. I
1 yrUu.lm8t two yearn,
. umtr mu church lmu
tlrr,Uh. . -
u&chi . ",0 cl,urch. l
mm klilrHiinl .. , .
- . ury water, that tlio
tkrcU haa been provided
In buying a pair of
you get something that is reasonable, serviceable and suitable for any occasion.
The price, too, you will notice, is always a little less.
We'd be Delighted to Shot You
Oar Many Different Styles
REMEMBER too, that our HATS, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND
FURNISHINGS are the best to be had in the city.
MILLET & ALEXANDER
Men's Head to Foot Outfitters
mid bcsldci he has added to "the
church many now members which
has atrcngthened and bultt un In a
material way, Uro. Waters baa made
many friends both In and out oftho
church and It Is tho universal do
Hire that ho should bo returned to
this charge another year,
NOTICE i I
All parties who are Indebted to us
for their summer supplies are re
quested to come forward and settle.
Please don't bring any excuse, but
brlno the CA8H for there Is no
excuse with corn selling at 60c to
60c and cotton at 6e.
Bettersworth & Prather.
EXPRESS HIS REGRETS,
Mayor Tboa. Dillon hands us tho
following letter, which may bo ofln
tortst to our readers:
Holena, Ark., Oct. 27th,1009
My Dear Sir:
Tho Presldont directs mo to ox
proBs his appreciation for tho hearty
reception given to him at Ulckman,
and at tho name tlmo to express his
drop regrctB that tho schedule would
uot permit him seeing more ot your
beautiful city. Had ho known that
thcro wuro people along tho routo
and that tho streets had been decor
ated in hi honor, ho would have de
layed tho program so as to havo giv
en pleasure to others whllo fulfilling
his own visit to seo moro of Hick
man. Ho hopes that you will extend
to tho members ot tho committee his
sincere appreciation for tho labor
which they performed in order to tu-
sure his comfort and nlso his regrets
that he was not able to carry out the
Very sincerely and respectfully,
iV. W. Butt.
Aide to tho President.
DOINGS AT DORENA.
Mrs. I). C. Wblto and family visited
Mrs. Uoney, ot Fulton, Saturday and
Several ot our citizens attended
court at Charleston, Monday.
J, O. King went to Sledley, Tues
day ou business.
John Fletcher wont to I'inhook lust
Leslie Stoker, ot Hickman, was hor
Miss Jomilo Doomas, ot Fulton, is
tho guest of Mrs. I). C. Wblto this
Guy Hall wont to Uolmont, Sunday.
Mrs. Kato Doss went to Hickman,
Mrs.' Sargeant returned to hor homo
in Mnyfleld, Sunday, after n visit
with her daughtor, Mrs, West.
Jim Deo Picket, John Pickett aud
Uoy lictterswortb, of Hickman, spoilt
Jim Townsend and Carl Farmer
wont to Kast Prairie, Friday, on bust
uess. Itov. Metbeny preached at Locust
Thoro seems to bo plenty ot nuts
this Beasou. Somo of our people have
been gathering them by tho wagon
Mrs. John Pickett was shopping in
No church uext Sunday.
Hallowo'ert passed without a cele
bration. Who thought about It ?
Claude Maddox returned from Char
Jack Wblto is sick at this writing.
Mrs. Tom Pickett and family, of
ABhport, Tenn., spent Sunday with
Mrs. lljassee. .
O. J. Croft has resigned his school
at Three States on account of 111
hoalth. E. G. Gllmoro, of Annlston,
will succeed him.
Ivan Jones was hero on business
J. D, McKarland was thrown from
his buggy last week whllo trying his
now horso. J. D. wa3 painfully Injur
ed, though not seriously.
Wm. Wnlker, of Island No. 8, Is
reported as having a light attack ot
Mrs. Jord Dawson spent Sunday
with hor mother.
Ferd Barnes and T. N, Hubbard
were in llayouvlllo, Sunday.
Mrs. J. J). Dunn was tho guest ot
Mrs. It. N. DoLcon, Monduy.
Tom Colo wus hero last week.
Mrs. a. I,. aolieeu, ot Three States,
Is on tho sick list.
Married, at tho homo ot tho bride,
on Sugar Treo Itldgo, Sunday, J. I.
Dawson mid Miss Gertrude Duun.
Tho wedding was u quiet one -only a
few relatives being prcsout. They
will begin houso-kccphig uext week.
WOODLAND MILLS NEWS.
There will bo preaching at Wood
land Baptist church Sunday by Rev.
Miss Kathorine Burrus went to Mar
tin, Saturday, to take violin lessons.
Tom Flack and wife, Dan Douglass
and wlfo, Miss Ida Branham and Mrs.
Dr. John Prather accompanied Wood
land Mills high school on a nutting
trip to Dayoushade, Saturday. Plenty
ot nuts wero found and a flno dinner
enjoyed by the party.
Miss Vonnie King, teacher in the
primary department will visit her par
ents at Kenton, from Friday until
Prof. Cox went to Union City, Fri
day, on business.
Miss Llnnlo Threlkeld has returned
from a two month's visit in Little
Rock, Ark. Sho was accompanied by
her sister. Miss Nannie Threlkeld,
who has been working In that city
for several years.
Hugh Ed Curlln visited his parents
hero last week.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Prather has
been detained from school for several
weeks on account ot illness.
Mrs. Dr. John Pratber and little
daughter. Miss Nettle, ore visiting In
Miss Allle Deo Curlln spent Sunday
with Mrs. White, near Jordan.
Miss Lera Harrison spent Monday
night with Miss Minnie Burrus.
Sheriff J. T. Seat mado a business
trip to Paducah this week.
Miss Myrtle Walker returned this
morning from an extended visit in
. C. Rice is summoned as a petit
juror in the Federal court which con
venes at Paducah, Nov. 15th.
Package candles from Co to 15.00
a package mado last night by the
famous Jacob's factory at tho Hick
man Drug Co. Try it.
T. F. Benton has converted his
barn, near the jail, into a business
house. It will be occupied dv Dr.
Stafford and Cason's cigar factory.
F. J. Roberts is reported better
after a four weeks illnees; Luther
Dodson is improving ; little Louise
Cotton is very sick and recovery is
Managers Dillon & Cox announco
Thursday night, Nor. 11th, as tho
date that has been arranged for the
appearance of tho distinguished young
artist, May Stewart, which they havo
secured on an unusually large guar
antee. Miss Stewart 1b now recognized as
the coming Shakespearean woman of
tho English-speaking stage and it is
a treat to the theatre-goers of Hick
man to have tho opportunity of see
ing a star of such note without hav
ing to pay railroad fare.
The company supporting Miss Stew
art is beaded by the eminent Shakes
pearean actor, Joseph DeOrasse, who
has been starring for the past flvo
years in Shekespearean roles and is
regarded as one of the most promi
nent actors of the day in bis line.
- Chas. J. Conrad and Joseph Leh
man will be seen In Miss Stewart's
company. Mr. Lehman was with
Harry Carson Clarke for two sea
sons. Mr. Conrad was in leads with
Creston Clarko and two seasons at
the head ot his own company. Other
members are said to bo up to all
The offering will be an elaborate
production ot Shakespeare's greatest
pastoral comedy "As You Like It,"
and the scenery and costumes used
In this production aro said to be very
beautiful Miss Stewart will wear ouo
or two gowns during tho ovcnlng val
ued at something like S1.000 each.
RUSH CREEK ITEMS.
Arthur Stone and wife returned
home last week from Water Valley,
where they visited his father.
Mrs. Geo. Roper, who has been
sick for a few days, is much better.
Miss Mary Lunsford, of Hickman,
attended services at Rush Creek,
Will Clark and family, of Pop?ar
Grove, were out to church Sunday,
and visited his parents, Israel Clark
Mrs. Will Copeland and children,
of Mayfield, who have been visiting
the family of Stuart Roper, returned
J. W. Morris has purchased A.
O. Ca rut hers' new auto. It is a 2
pasiienger, Brush car.
A. 0. Caruthers and Circuit Clerk
Morris were in Union City yesterday.
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Also Coughs. Colds, Chapped Hands, Frost Bites, &c
All these, and many other ailments of this season
need treatment. This calls for Standardized Drugs
which can be obtained at all hours, correctly com
pounded, and guaranteed in every respect, at
THE HICKMAN DRUG CO.