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Pretty Tea Gowns
Engraved Calling Cards
An elegant yet inexpensive
A FRESH LOT OF
One your friends will npprccintc
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THE COURIER OFFICE
THE HICKMAN COURIER
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RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.
,i i uKAH. tlio Almighty (ioil. in
t I i r wisdom linn seen (It to
f vUi our midst, Sovereign l.u
liodion, (bit camp, Kim Camp
0. V., baa suffered (be
cf a good member, tbu commun
n tood citizen nnd neighbor, and
f uaiy the irreparable loss of it
- uk and loving husband and fath
i' refore, bo It
i -ul.VEU: That tblt camp ox
j r... the bereaved family IL heart
iuathy nnd point thorn to tbo
; who gnvo nnd took tbo llfo,
. y.JuxX Uo It further
.1. HU.VEl). That n pago on the
a v f this euaip bo sot apart by
( ik on a memorial pngu, In
of our duparlod Sovereign.
f ii (her
L i 'I A Kl) Tbnt n copy of theaa
r.s bo printed In thu Hickman
i1 a copy spread on tbo records
i wy furnlahod tbo family.
II. T. Hoalo.
V. 8, Mooro.
a. Ii. Carpenter,
The Atpen Tree,
i-l-n Irv Manila hlKh
i, ' il Hint truardr the Une;
I s arprii aa etncralda,
V Ii like danclnc rain:
i , to the Hind, tin ky.
' c tic conradra, h and L,
I i hill at even fall;
r a-.de so huh aha may look down.
f ' -it ma if yuu have turned
- n mr, hiKhy from the town.
A 1 j I'l wind' arm band to
A i C itnur Wat )ou haata to ma.
A ' i her hundicd volcea tell
e ' p you take to reach my aide,
A r In miprv mnk.rv
J to acold, and weep and chide,
'n mnrn.nl mill 111 f
" h inunieiu mult iu a"i
T u .gh with every ruetllnf leaf.
1 when at laat you lake my handa
cd call my name In mimicry,
B' ('altera It a dmrn time.
.r1 t'on, In cay and elltah (lea,
r - rrr happy leavea to thle '
Tt ' -r ,( cadence of a ktaa.
le 'Sansparlol" Flour.
WILLINQ TO PLEASE.
Fair I'allenl I foci quite worn out,
doctor. The Incessant ringing of
thoae church bolls has got on my
Doctor (young and Hibernian) Och.
shure, an' we'll remedy that! I'll bare
straw laid down In tbo stretL By
MUST SUPPORT CHILD.
In Judgo Nnylor's court, Monday.
Alox. Ijuiderdnlo, colored, who runs
a harbor ahop In thla city, was given
n hearing on tho charge of boliiK tho
fntbor of nn Illegitimate child, born
to Magglo Mllnor, nn 18-year-old nvgr
8am Cromdaml, of Mnyflold, nnd A.
M. Tylor, of this city, represented
tho dafonao, and Judge G. T. Ilullock,
of Clinton, nnd Hon. U. T. Tylor. tho
plaintiff. Tbo court house was filled
with nogroos nnd n few whites, anx
ious to bear the scandal aired. Tho
lie-Kro woman was placed on tho man
nml told tho unchaste story of her
downfall. In her arms was her ba
by born April 29th. After hcnrlng
tho evidence, tho Jury returned a
rrd!et of guilty, and decreed that tho
defendant should pay (CO a yenr for
a period of ten years, towards tbo
support of tho child.
The defendant Is married, and a
FOR SALE: Framing timber, eldo
walk lumber and sawed white, oak
posts. N. J. Corum, Hickman, Ky.
. . I Annnlnrf mnflol rxt whlltt Mlnnn IITlrt a H 11 R T 1 1 1 V
I lie Rown on wi ii-ii m .-
of white luce. The gown Is made up over a closely fitted slip of pale pink
intln. A large roso triroB iuu uuuich hi we tiuui, anu iucio aic iuulucg w.
pale rose velvet nuuon nero nnu iuere. mo suu uu mo iui i
green satin, with lace overdress.
Tho following marrlafio licenses
wore Issued In Obion county last
II. A. Andrews and I.lzzlo Sanders
C. C. Taylor and Mary K. Catron
A. I). Wlthcrlngton and Cora Adam
Clarence Gearing and Pearl Davis.
J. E. Fall and Nelllo C. Alexander.
1 4. D. Johnston and Minnie Curry,
(rover McQueen nnd I'oarl Keith.
G leaves Bandy and Victor Jones.
Walter Rogers and Kettle Demmlng
Why do somo mon Insist on being
anomalies and upsetting ad our cal
culations? Hero wo are, horrified at
tho revelation of children drinking al
rohol. And then comes a babe nnd
Suckling Mr. Joslnh Suckling of
Wandsworth who tasted homo
browed nle at tho ago of two, nnd has
drunk It regularly for 98 years And
still drinking. London Chronicle.
Watch for tho BLUE MARK on
tho upper right band corner of your
Courier. It Is to notify you that your
subscription Is about to expire. No
papers aro sent out after the sub
scription Is out.
FAIR WARNING I I
All parties Indebted to the Farm
ers Hardware Co., either by note or
account, and especially notes which
are NOV DUE, must settle by No
vember 20th, 1909. If not paid on or
berore that date, all claims will be
placed In the hands of our attorney
for collection with Instructions to
serve at once. We play no favorites
In this notice, as we are compelled
to wind up our business. FARMERS
HARDWARE CO., by R. M. Isler,
Would Carry Lava to the Sea.
Should tho volcanic vent, or chlm
ney. of Vesuvius become blocked
writes Slg. Coartlno, In a recently
published pamphlet the danger of an
explosion becomes very great, and, to
afford an outlet for the molten mass
of rock he proposes to bare a tunnel
at the base of the mountain to carry
the lava Into tho sea. Ho also points
out the possibility ot leading the lava
Into molds, so as to form It Into
blocks for building quays, breakwa
ters, etc., and smaller slabs for pav
Ing the streets of Naples, such as ars
now obtained from the cooled lava.
Best Calico, Cc a yard . Barkett'a.
Waterproof Boots and Shoes
Are the Chrome Elk Skins
MADE IN HIGH GRADES FOR THE BEST TRADE-The late shipments are here, in Black, O AA
Tnn and Pear), all, per pair JUU
11 to 13 inch top, in the same material, see them in the show window 5.00, 6.00, 7.50
We also have the Boys and Youths in the Wear Proof Soles. The soles will wear twice O d A O Art
as long as the regular sole. We want to show you. Price L03 JaUU
All Shoes in this Store Are the Best No Plugs
We Guarantee every Customer His Money's Worth
Tailor Made Suits and Pants to Order a Specialty
Great assortment of Fine Woolens to select from. We want your patronage.
THE CASH SHOE STORE1
B. O. E.IOE1 & CO.
The best grade of CANDY can be obtained in
5c, 1 0c and 1 5 c packages
Just the same kind you find and like so well in the
BUTTER SCOTCH, ETC
The Hickman Drug Co.
IN FASHION'S LATEST WHIM
Handsome Gown Thst Would Make
Up Handsomely In a Dove Gray
Dove gray cashmere would mako up
:harrolngly In this style; a panel Is
nade from shoulders to hem In front,
tnd at tbo back It Is continued as far
is the yoke, which Is arranged at the
lop of sides ot skirt; tho lower part ot
iklrt Is platted and set to yoke, the
plaits being stitched down about six
Inches. Russia braid put on In a
wavy pattern forms the trimming; the
nalst-band of folded chiffon velvet is
taken under the edges of front panel,
boles being cut and button-holed for It
to pass through; piece lace forms the
yoke, which Is outlined by Russia
braid; the sleeve is set to a deep cuff.
Hat of gray straw edged with black
and trimmed with wings.
Materials required; Eight yards
cashmere 48 Inches' wide, dozen
yards braid, 1 dozen buttons, half
yard ploce lace.
When heavy Russian crash, such as
Is now used tor portieres, Is too nar
row In width, don't be dissuaded from
the use of this beautiful colorless ma
terial, but just overcast Its width to
gether after tho manner of tbo Bagdad
portiere. You will find no hangings
more effective for studio and library
use than those soft-toned crash, and
tho heavy linen overcasting down each
soam will render them even more at
tractive. To do the overcasting use
thn coarseBt of carpet thread or a flax
that Is sold In skeins
Thou. Jefforson Hull a 17-year old
boy, caused a relgu ot terror In New
Albany, last Wednesday, while at
tempting to rob tho Merchants' Na
tional Bank. Ho shot and Instantly
killed "Garry" Fawcett, cashier of
the Institution and then probably fa
tally wounded I'resldeut J. K. Wood
ward and a Uegrc chauffeur. Ho was
captured and narrowly escaped lynch
ing 'Hall now occupies a cull lu the
Feathers, Tallow, Beaawax,'
Glnsenc Golden Seal. (Yellow
Root), May Apple. Wild Ginger,
etc. We are dealers! eatabllthed
tn !ftSR"nva,h,lf irMhiMl. I ...t.ttll
and can do better for you than agents
or commlnlon merchant!. Reference, any
Bank In Louisville. Write for weekly pries
lilt and shipping tags,
M. Sabal 4V Sons.
229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY.
PUBLIC SALE I
Owing to a chango of business and
old age, I will, on Tuesday, Nov. 23,
1309, at my farm, mllo east ot
Shuck Switch, on tbo N. C. & St.
L. Railroad, offer tor sale to tho
highest bidder tho following describ
ed live stock:
I 8 or 10 head of Young mules, 1 to
2 years old.
3 Good Brood Mares.
3 Weaning Colts.
3 head of saddle and harness Mares
Several good Work Mules.
Also some Cattle and Sheep.
All animals sold guaranteed to bo
Sale will begin at 10 a. m. In case
of rain or Inclement weather. It will
bo postponed until next day.
TERMS: A credit of 12 months
given on good notes bearing 6 per
cent Interest from dato.
Luther C. Maddo5f.
A rarty of well-dressed women of a
cprt.. n maturity of age la encircled
with an atmosphere of awo which
bears witness to their consciousness
of power and superiority. For a com
plete stranger to enter among them
requires a bravery of which mere man,
unless driven by absolute necessity. Is
often Incapable. Black and White,
Fivo men were taken from tho Cai
ro train Tuesday afternoon on a
charge ot drinking on the train.
They paid their little $5 and costs
and went on their way sadder but
wiser men. They were Frank Red
den, James Mulllns and Lis Mullins
ot Columbus, John Maxwell, of More
house, and W. G. Ferguson, of Cairo,
ta a Remedy for at
forms of Inflamma
tion ot the Eyes.
No m a 1 1 e r .
whether a case.
oi common red
ore eyet ol
only a lew daye, or a case ol granulated litis ol
For acute conjunctivitia (common red tore eyet)
no remedy in the worlel equalt Dr. Mack'
Eyo Water. The mod aggravated caiei are
often cured In thirty-iix homily thu celebrated
remedy. It can be uted n Af
With aalety fo, aor. eye. mCe,
in people, horeci and doga,
J. R. BLACK MEDICINE CO,. Keooelt, Mo,
SI'L'CIAL TESTIMONIAL. i
A Larrsa rtou onb or our. ccsTousas
to a vauHO,
Smi.iK. Me., June 6, 1906.
Mr.T. M. Kaniw, Yollll, Ta.
Drai fw Rwioij 10 your I oi the tan., hrt
tourlW J.R. LUt NUciaeCe. U ihorouaUy ttlUe
taj rxnuiUt uj umi Ot. UUcl Erf wir the nut
acailv a uvaoc lur icf e err. of aay remedy I tvr tuoJUJ.
You Bi aol beuuie to lecamnwuj il, fluid Mail Iwa
btumIam wmi aaj dkl aol 14 vela ictuLd oa a aale bot.
uV SrUaod guAi.rik U. ,ivl J youaieculcd upoa laoiaLa
a leW, iu Ki, and they will protect yeu. Yeuri Inly,
CANEEK DRUG STOKE.