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The real Christmas shopping commences now, and it finds us ready with
stocks of Christmas merchandise. If you haven't started its time to begin
now, as there remains only sixteen shopping days before the great gift-giving
Every Woman Has a Fondness For Fancy Art Linens
So you can't make a mistake in selecting some of these pieces for her Christmas gifts
Hemitltehed Linen Tow
els, with one row drawn
25c, 50c and 1.00
Hemstitched Table Cov
ers, with drawn work,
50c, 75c and 1.00
Union Linen Scarf, hem
stitched, with one row
Ladles Hemstitched all
linen Handkerchiefs sheer
quality In plain white and
5c (o 40c
Union Linen Dollies,
round with scolloped and
embroidered edge, come
In three sixes
10, I5c and 25c
PRE-CH RISTM AS SALE OF RUGS
A sale of moment for the practical gift-giver as well as to those who want to
beautify home for the Santa Claus celebration. A full line of Axminster Rugs,
in all sizes, prices ranging from
$1.10 to S8.50
The Practical Woman will Appreciate
a Gift of Bedding . . .
Large size Bedspreads, Marseilles patterns,
$1.00 to $125
Heavy Bedspreads, Marseilles patterns, hemmed,
ready for use. Price
&1.50 to $3.00
All Wool Blankets 10 '4 and 1 1 14 sizes best blank
ets ever offered at price,
$3.00 to $7.50
The givimg of slippers is becoming more popular
each year on account of their usefulness.
Men's and Women's Indian house slippers, in un
dressed kid, plain and fur top, in shades of brown,
buck, red and tan. Prices ranging from
$1.50 to $2.00
A complete line of Children's Shoes, in kid and pat
ent leather, all styles and shades,
$1.15 to $1.50
For the Best Values
In Women's Wear,
Ladies' Coat Suits
Misses' and Children's
Leggins, Caps, etc.
Now is the time to Select
them for both personal use
and for Christmas Gifts
FUQUA, HELM & COMPANY
Tako your produco to C. II. Mooro,
Get a Majestic Souvenir Set of
Ware at tho Hickman Hardware Co.,
store during tho demonstration week,
December 13th to 18th.
At tho recent session of tho Royal
Household ot Columbian Woodmen,
at Annlston, Ala., Western Kentucky
fared well In tho distribution of hon
ors. O. h. Chambers, of East I-ako,
Ala., waa elected Itoyal Consul; W.
1). Dodds, of Mayfleld, Ky., Itoyul
Viceroy; John T. Dllloii, Hickman,
Ky., Clerk; Dr. C. M. Ulackford, of
Hickman. Ky., Physician; J. II, Wick
Lffe, of Wlckllffe, counselor; L. W.
Carter, of Fulton, 2d Eminent Herald;
Will T. Walker, of CHutou, Ky., was
tppolntcd chairman ot tho committee
oil credentials, "ho mooting next
eur -will bo held at Fulton, In this
Col. John Whallea and his brotlier
nu 117,000 on lbs Louhtvillo floe-
on awd Ugmhs ot ettwr Democrats
,ou frwa 1,000 to fC.000.
Itoy Clark and wife upent a few
days this week with J. W. Uojsors
Don't forget to attead tho Majestic
llnnge Demonstration at our store.
Hickman Hardware Co.
Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30.
the ladles of tho Embroidery Club
wcro entertained by Mrs. C. p, Shu
mate. Besides tho club luombors,
thoro was an unusually largo number
of Invited guests and tho afternoon
greatly enjoyed. A salad course was
served. Tho Invited guests wore:
Mesdames Q. Ji. Hond. W. L. Helm.
V. T. Handle, Mugglo Handle, H. L.
Ambers, C. 0. Smith, Will Hubbard,
U. 1. Ellison, H. J. Gclger and MUs
Two Hickman women wero discuss
ing automobiles, and one thought it
strange that horses should get fright
ened by thorn. Tho othor said; "what
would you think If you wero to see
a pair of trousers come running down
the struct with no man In themt"
With A Xmas Gift....
Get something that has an
tron-clad guaranteee back of it so
you will be sure it will give satis
faction. Such a gift Is the
Tfte Century Fountain Pen
It is made of the best materials, fit
ted with a 16 kt. Gold Pen Iridium
pointed, double feed.
Cowgill's Drug Store
Mr. Stagg, ot tho Standard Oil Co.,
was here a fow days this week on
YOU, CALLOWAY I
Col, Lemon, of tho Mayfleld Mes
senger, has a poetical wuy of taking
a rap nt Calloway county. Horo It Is;
Graves county raises tobacco,
Carlislo county grain;
Unllard county tadpoles,
And Calloway county caln.
I'nducuh has her Parks,
Fulton has her Cars,
Denton has her Starks
And Calloway hor Jars.
Wlckllffo has her Iluggs,
Marshall her Beans;
l'nducah has hor Jugs
And Mayflold has hor Orccns.
Hallard has hor Corbctts,
Oraves county her Coulters;
Hickman has hor Walkers
And Calloway her boltors.
If thcro Is a bluo mark nn i
Courier dont fall to renew this month
as all papere aro discontinued t ..
expiration ot tho lima.
Congress Is In session.
Missouri had nn 8-Inch snow Tues
day. A. O. Cnruthers returned from Pa
A. K, Owen spent Sunday with his
parents nt McKemlo.
John Kites, ot Martin, was In town
on buslnoss Wednesday.
Miss Myrtlo Walker Is rblo to bo
out ngaln ftftor several days' lllnoss.
Dealers nt 8(at l.lno wore parlnic
13c for turkeys and I'c for hens yes
Dlxlo Owens and HobL. DeUow wcr
tho guests ot friends near Union City
first of tho week.
Mott Ayers Is making a vigorous
raro for Scrgeant-at-Artna ot tho
Mrs. Lou Hester sold her 25-acro
farm located on Stato road, near ML
Cannot church to John Tyler. The
consideration was $1,400.
Mrs. J. W. Water and son, Itoy,
haro gone to Greenfield, Tenn.. to
Join her husband, Iter. Waters, who
Is now stationed at that place.
It A. Alexander sold tho old Tltts
worth place of ICO acres, to Adam
8camonea, of Union City, for $11,100.
The deal 4t mada Tuesdrgr. Price
per acre, 170.
Ed Walker's Clinton Gaietto, one
of the nowslest and cleanest paper
In this section, started this week on
Its Sth year. Here's our best wishes
for another eight, lira. Walker.
Senator E. M. Taylor, of Fulton
has received an appointment t dep
uty warden of tho Eddyvllln penltcn
tury He will assume his official
duties In April, 1910, and will servo
Governor Denccn, of Illinois, has
denied tho appeal for ro-lnstatemont
made by Sheriff Frank Datts, of
Alexander county, who was suspend
cd becauso of tho recent lynching at
Cairo. Tho governor says that Davis
failed to properly protect the two
men that were lynched thcro a few
days ago and thereby forfeited hts
office. We are glad wo do not live
In Deneen's domain.
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is flying, only Fourteen More Days
in which to do your Christmas Shop
ping, and there must be an immense
volume of business done in these
now throng every section of our store daily, and we
cannot too strongly recommend that you do youf
shopping early. Our line never was more complete
than right now, and we insist that you commence
with you shopping today.
Cut out the coupon below and vote for the one
of you choice in
The Big Doll Contest
NAYLOR'S BOOK STOKE
The Book and Novelty
J. E. NAYLOR CO.