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G-ents' Furnishing Goods
BEST LINE IN HICKMAN !
We throw open our doors to welcome the new season Fall 1 908. For
months past we have been preparing for the season now at hand, rounding
things in shape, clearing stock of all summer goods, etc. The arrival of our
carefully selected, varied and mammoth stock of Fall' Goods warrants us in
saying that never in the history of Hickman has a season been met with such
a creditable showing of
Tailor-made Clothing, Shoes,
Underwear, Neckwear, Hosiery,
Hats and Caps, Work Clothes,
Gloves, Shirts, Suit cases, &c. &c.
Buy these shoes: "PACKARD'S" for men. "RED CROSS" for ladies. "EDUCATORS" for children.
'The latest and best in hats-Lion Special $3 Big Bear $2.50--Mississippi Valley $2
WE CAXT Sj3L"VE YOU MONEY I3XT OUR
Bradley & Parham
Hickman Furniture Co.
Ttttphtit N: SO
Dujppeirance of the CUnd.
Aconr the rapidly disappearing wild
utoab li the eland or Caiw elk,
hjch U a natlTO of South Africa and
one or tho largest antelopri, and l
jxclally priiod is furnishing the
w of all vcnlion. Schemes for
prrrvaMon Include a plan for domes.
Ucatlnc It and making It perform an
Imottatit sharo of tho farm work of
Cr Cclony Tho benat la easily cap
torid, Uulve under the new condi
tion, acd a Cxriiiirnt fti the
MCbtkwe dlslrict of Mashonuland
to iand ipam wore used for n con
slderab'e time for drawing wagons,
Pre.. as docile and tractable. Healthy
ealui m-rv born In captivity. Tho
an nul sums 10 bo proof against tho
coamori dtsjKei of furm Block, and
IU tub u (l.rullo for b?f and Ha
wd for leather
FOR SALE CHEAP One Clip
P?r Clover Seed Cleaner, in first
rlasj condition - -Ellison Bros.
Caicade Flour. If you haven't
tri'i it yet y0U haven't had the
Call No. 4-C. H. Moore.
At Sycamore Chapel near Sassa
(rat Ridge, Wednesday night Oct
Graves School iisuse, Friday
night, Oct. 9th.
Hickman, (City Hall,) Monday,
night, Oct. 12th.
Montgomery School house, Wed
nesday night, Oct. 14th.
Rural Academy, Friday night.
Cayce, Monday night Oct. 19th.
Alexander, (at the school house)
Wednesday night Oct. 21st.
McFadden, Friday night Oct.
Fultcn (City Hall) Wednesday
night Oct. 28th.
Speakers of note and all the
County and District candidates will
be present and deliver addresses,
Everybody invited to attend.
We are equipped in every way to
give expert' attention to any pre
scriptions entrusted to us for filling.
It is worth a great deal to you in
case ot sickness to be certain your
prescriptions are compounded prop
erly of fresh, highest quality medi
clnes. Helm & Ellison.
Ben F. Wilson, candidate for
assessor, is soliciting votes in the
east end this week.
One (rial will convince
Will r ... .
. .. ,wvv soreness ana
Miffneisqu ckerand easier
sold ?Mh,Pr Preparation
sow I for Inert purpose.
Kwiiciium jq rne Done,
quickens the blood, drives
w lw m IllUdWIVd '
I nrtiicinj-i ... '
for K.r. ' if UdC "0Qn unimenr
spra ng. rnntmtaj
PRICE 254. so
Tel. No. 4. for groceries.
Sheriff Seat is in Fulton this week.
S. D. Luten was in Lousville last
Ta rpln e Best Yet. Helm &
D. B. Wilson was in Martin,
'Mrs. A. M. Shaw was shopping in
Don't forget the free show Mon
day afternoon and night.
Judge . Naylor spent the first of
the week with Cayce relatives.
T. T. Swayne and Edward Prath
er were in Memphis this week.
Miss Mabel Wilson left yesterday
for Louisville to spend a few days.
Photographic chemicals, chemi
cally pure and specially selected for
that work. Helm & Ellison.
F. T. Randle and wife arrived
home Monday night from an ex
tended trip through the western
states, returning via Chicago.
If you took many photos during
the holidays you probably have some
negatives to develop. Get your
chemicals at Helm & Ellison's where
only the purest can be found.
The recent affirmation of the
dog tax law has given the school
fund another Hit. The per capita
is now $3,16, so Miss Dora Smith,
cur popular county superintendent
informs us. This looks like a good
law anybody who Is able to keep a
dog is able to help bear the expense
Uncle Lige" Hornsby, one of
the old citizens of this county, died
at his heme in the Beelerton neigh
borhood Monday, It is thought
that his death was due to a stroke of"
paralysis which he suffered a short
time ago. He was about 70 years
old, and leaves one son R, N.
Horntby, of Clinton. Ky.
Order the Courier today.
Miss Ruth Kirabro is visiting Ful
Several folks spent Sunday after-
l noon putting up stoves.
Bernie Hughes, wife and baby
returned Friday from Mayfield.
The Union City fair is on. Hun
dreds of our people are in attendance.
Rodna Eaker left last Thursday
night for Memphis Tenn., to be gone
a few days.
Robett Isler and Miss Mabel
Wilson spent Monday afternoon in
Get your candy at Helm & Elli
son's where only the best is sold
FAIR WARNING. All subscribers
to this paper who owe as much as
one year go off our list.
Jno. Dillon and wife returned Sat
urday from St. Louis, where they
have been on a week's visit. .
'"V WW . ... I
uscar noneycutt returned to nis
home in Akron, Ala., Tuesday night,
after spending reveral days here,
the guest of one of our fair sex.
NO 40. Twenty acres just west
of Mengel Veneer Mill. Good
four-room house, stables in fair
condition, good young orchard.
Good fence around the place ; also
good crow fences. River does not
overflow all of it. Purchaser can
make IS per cent on the investment.
If you want a bargain call at
at this otfice. Price, $1000 on easy
Mrs. Jennie Moore, an aged lady
of Fulton, was run down and serious
ly injured by an automobile driven
by Ed Webb, also of Fulton,
Saturday afternoon. The lady's1
horse became frightened at the car,
turned and threw her out of the
buggy and-under the wheels of the
auto. She was injured about the
face and chest, and attending physi
cians think her Injuries will prove
faal, as evidences of blood poison
Is beginning to set up. '
On the coast of Holland, Belgium
and Northern Krance tho fUhcrwomcn
are a familiar sight, with their great
band nuts and quaint costumes. Many
of the towns have distinctive costumes
by which their women can be recog
nized anywhere. Those of Mana-KIrke,
near Ostend, wear trousers and looso
blouses, while tli If heads and shoul
ders are covered by shawls. They
carry their nets Into tho sea and scoop
up vast quantities of shrimps and
prawns, with an occasional crab or
lobster and many small fish. They
often wade out till the water Is up to
their necks, nnd they remain for hours
at a time In water above their knees,
rarely returning until their baskets
J. W. Montgomery returned
Tuesday from Nashville, where he
has been buying a big lot of new
furniture for the fall trade.
Cures the worst Cough you
ever had in one day. The
fiirst dose gives relief.
Helm & Ellison.
The Queen's Coachman.
A queen's coachman Is a personage
of no small Importance, Certainly tho
coachman to her lato majesty. Queen
Victoria, had a befitting sense of tho
dignity and responsibility of bis posi
tion. On the occasion of the jubilee
of 1S87 he was asked If be was driving
any of tho royal and Imperial guesta
at that time quartered in Uucklnbam
palace "No, sir," was his reply. "I
am tho queen's coachman: I don't
drive the riff-rait." London Telegraph.
Opera House Oct. 6.
is known by (he way
it macs you look the
it gives you-that well
dressed air, which
speaks volumes when
success and social
north are a factor.
Don't you know that
the man who Tvears an
NAL SUIT has
always a good chance
to become "The Man
of the Hour" in his
all together make that
which has made the
TIONAL the stand.
ard for high cAui
mode io measure tai
Don't vaste money
experimenting, when this magnificent, reliable, line is non on view at
MILLET & NA YLOR.