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THE HICKMAN COURIER
For surernl ...
"Cmri Vtslim Kintack Llie IhfDm"
AI A TUP TILME1 for you to take advantage of our many
NUff 10 I Ht I llflt SHOE BARGAINS. You will have
only a few more days. Come now and see the prices we offer on all Summer
Footwear, then you will understand whu our store stands alone as "THE
HOME OP SHOE VALUES."
MILLET & ALEXANDER.
1pii H Ii...i 1 fa,.
SPEER A SEXTON, PUBLISHERS
Jubicrlpllon SI a Ytar Thl. pnperitopi
when xour tutwcrlptlon oilrrv You get
I lia IVulrlrr lint Kl tou do Koitnia itnmnni
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wm, m Union (.
hoard In lliu .,.t,f, w " ,r(n
(.'Mh In Advance. Ve nmke NO exception
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Tipflay, sept. 2, 1909
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SOME COURT NEWS.
Commonwealth Case.
iiearly forly.it
tkihf
nlor Mr. Ilanlv ... . tt
-i . Ktiifii....
Circuit Court convenes nest .Mon
day at tho Court House iu Hickman
and will bo In suasion out) weok.
llelow will bo found tho Uockot,
Tuu following Commonwealth casus
aru set lor the second day ot tho
term:
J. E. LoMoro, selling-whiskey, tbrw
cases,. Not found.
. Tom Mitchell ot al. Common Nul
sauco. Not found.
Crls Key, shooting lu heat. Not
found.
Turner Simmons, carrying Conceal
ed Deadly Weapon, two cases. Not
found.
Claud Carter, Flourishing Deadly
Weapon. Not found.
Andrew Lohr Bottling Co. and 11.
E. N. Clover, selling beer. Not found
Tom Doughty, Detalulug Woman.
Compromised; defendant fined JlSi.
Tom Doughty, Carrying Concealed
Deadly Weapon. Hied away.
Silas French, Retailing whiskey, 19
casos. Not fouud.
Jim Lorunce, Petit Larceny. On
bond.
Howard Young, Carrying Concealed
Deadly Weapon. Not fouud.
Jim Tucker Jones, Carrying Con
cealed Deadly Weapon. Not found.
Jim Tucker Jones and Uuuford
Henry, Qamlng. Henry on bond.
Jim Tucker Jones ot al. Gaming.
Not found.
Grover Hodge, Gaming. Not found.
Jos. Wilson and Jim Thomas, Es
caping Jail. In penitentiary.
Stewart McKlnney and Heece Urldo
well, Escaping Jail. Not found.
Jos. Wilson, Malicious shooting. In
penitentiary.
Jim Thomas, Forgery. In ponlton
tlary.
J. It. Bridewell. Forgery. Not found
Angus Pitts, alias "T. C. Dullard,'
Escaping Jail. In penitentiary.
Krele Ward, Suffering Gaming on
Premises. Not found.
Jno. Roberts, Qamlng. Not found
Edgar Butler, Retailing Whiskey,
Not found.
Dick Nicholson, alias "Whiskey
Dick," Retailing Whiskey. On bond
Stewart McKlnney, Store Breaking,
Not found.
Jim Morris, (col) Flourishing Pistol
Not found.
"Cat Eye," Furnishing Whiskey to
Minor. Not found.
Jno. Morris, Retailing Whiskey
X t found. ,
Clarenco Elliott, Retailing Whiskey,
four cases. In jail.
Frank Ferrlnger, Wilful Murder,
two cases. Not found.
Jim Eaton, Voluntary Manslaughter
On bond.
Leo McLean and Jess Myrlck
Grand Larceny. McLean on bond.
J. S. Whltson, Embezzlement. In
jail.
Henry Hall, Potlt Larceny. On bond
Jim Dotson, Assault and Battery.
Jno. Jackson, Assault with Deadly
Weapon. Not found.
Cumberland Telephone Co., Tres
pass. Summons Issued.
Orb McClannaban and Oscar Kim
bro. Breach of tho Peace.
Orb McClannaban, Running Horse,
etc., not found.
W.'U Allen, Breach of the Peace
Not found.
Jim Campbell, Breach of the Peace,
Not fo'ind.
Sam Terrlll. Retailing Whiskey, :
cases. In jail.
Virgil Ayers, Retailing Whiskey,
Not found.
Clarence Cavett, Retailing Whiskey
Tliiub cases. Not found,
Noble Foster, Retailing Whiskey,
thrvo cases. Not found.
Silas Scars, Gaming. Not found.
Silas Sears and Lon Cotton, Gam
ing. Not found.
Silas Sears & Sam Neighbors, gam
in;. Not found.
Geo. Cooper ct al. Gaming. Not
found.
Curly Hardin, having Whiskey In
possession for purposo of selling. Ap
penl.
Charloy Provow ct al, Forfelturo
of Ball Bond. Appeal.
Capt. Hacker, Soiling Whlskoy.etc,
Appoal.
It. S. Murphoy, sr., Selling Wblskoy
He, four cases. On bond.
It. 8. Murphoy, sr., Selling whiskey
etc., Appeal.
Continued Ordinary.
Sot, for third day.
Dark Tobacco Growers' Association
vs. J, B. V. Newton.
J, D. Leoefa vs. A. T, Franklin.
IllekmaH Grain Co. vs. Sam Wilson.
Mrs. Jcnnlo Mooro vs. Kd. C Webb
Carried to Court of Appeals.
J: F. & S. I j. Dodds Co. vs. N. C.
& St L.H.H.
Artlo Dtipreo vs. I. C. R. R. Cnr
rled to Court ot Appeals.
Loulsvlllo Fertilizer Co. vs. l M.
Fullerton.
Slnnloy l.umbef Co. vs. Jno. A.
llrlttnln ot al.
W. II. Porter vs. FIiJh Clark.
llelilman Clothing Co. vs. Naif oh
Bros. Pending motion for now trial.
Lee Scott vs. Western Union Tel.
Co.
Mrs Llzzlo Cm co vs Western Union
Telegraph Co.
Mrs. Marguerite Kcstcrson vs. Co
lumbian Woodmen.
William Woods vs. I. C. K. R.
Edward B. Dawson vs. Crwcdto Bros
Ilcsheres & Jackson vs. G. L. Dar
nell.
W. T. McDougal vs. World's Acci
dent Association.
Thos. D. nerry vs. T. -A. Prnthor.
sr.. Administrator.
T. B. Ferrlll vs. J. J. C. Bondurnnt.
Appearance Ordinary.
Set for third day.
Mrs." Fnnnlo Foulks vs. Dr. J. M.
Hubbnrd.
Commercial Publishing Co. vs.
Leader Publishing Co.
Naylor Merc. Co. vs. Till Harrison.
S. M. Nnlfeh vs. I. C. R. It.
Chambers & Shuck vs. E. K.
Evans.
R. M. Chownlng vs. M. A. Prlnco
ct al.
F. M. Foy vs. L. W. Burton.
0. R. Allen vs. S. D. Clark.
L. C. Georgo vs. Columbian Wood
men
.Mrs Ella Anderson vs. Western
I'nlon Telegraph Co.
Jno. Keytnn, Admr., ct nl vs. Met
ropolltnu I.lfo lnsiiratico Co.
Jim Ilondiirant vs. Tom Dillon, jr.
t ill.
W. W. -Tylor vs. R. L. Campbell.
. J. I). Lnwronco vs. Euclid McGinn
tinhnn. Samuel Ilowllu vs. I. a Il(1lTJi-
W. II. Bfldgor vs. R. R. Rodger.
S3
Tom Mayes vs I. G. It;jK.
Keck Gonuomnu Co. vs. Ghnsj II
Smith. - jf
Old Woolon Mills vs. Chambers &
Shuak.
Hlekmnii Bank vs. Chambers &
Shuok. I",
Hlckmnn Hank vs. B. F. Chambers
Six casus. .
J. J. C. Bondurnnt vs. J, E, IJeurlge
R. B. Scearco vs. M. & O.lltffll.
J. T. Thompson1 vs. I. G, IUJl
L. C. Robot-son vs. N. G, Morrlsj
Jake Plant vs. j. H. Plckcttt
Continued Equity. .
Sal for third day. V,
W. W. Meadows vs. S. D. iNtftchotl
t al. T i
II. C. Atuborg vs. W. O, Perry etal.
Mrs. Jcnnlo McCluro vs. Mrsf!ou
Harper. -'
J; H. McCluro vs. L. W. Graham.
8. K. Davldsln vs. Cumberland Telt
phon Co. , ,. j
Tom Itingo vs. Pap Ferrlll et'al.
Albert Ropor vs. J. A. Robertson.
Mrs. Mary Johnston vs, Martha
Holds.
Delia Naming vs York Nallllng
Tom Dillon, Jr., vs Bob Chambers
J F Dawes vs. W A Ropor et nl.
Mary Dlnwlddy vs. Albert Dluwlddy
Alvln Adams, Petition Kx Purto.
Tim Farmers Bank of Fulton vs.
1 1 it ii (1 Made Buggy Co.
W..1I. Iladger vs. Jim Miles' Admin
Istrator.
E. P. 'l lodges vs. J. 9. Phnrrls ct nl.
Kd C. Paschnll vs. Flnloy Ilynum.
W. II. lorU-r et nl vs. W. A.
Adams et nl.
City Nntlonal Bank ot Fulton vs.
J. II. McCluro. "
Mrs. Susie. Erwln vs. Arthur Krwln.
K. T. Howard vs. Wllllo II. ltonrd.
J. II. Pollock vs. J. R. Polk ct nl.
Km ma Ilatts vs. Islnh Units.
Ollvrir Badger vs. A. U Badger's
Administrator.
David Mann vs. Mrs. A. I.. Watson
et nl.
Geo. I. Iloyto vs. I.owls Atwill.
G. T. Mcncham vs Kla Shelby
Administrator ct nl.
Myrtla Mllfonl vs. Tom Mllford.
D. B. WIUou vs. C. T. UondiiranL
Jessie Ijidd vs. Albert I-ndd,
Ruth Fuller's Administrator ct el
vs.httr heirs and creditors.
J. R. Bryant vs. Iuo Armstrong.
Appearance Equity.
Set for third dny.
Mrs. Ida Arlington vs. Arthur Ar
rlngton.
Rebecca Barry vs. Hugh Barry.
Mary Williams vs. Joe C. Williams.
II. U Puifkctt vs. Mrs. Polly Own
el nl.
Hnrnh Jnmes vs Bill James.
J W Whlto vs. Eunice White.
Chns. Taylor vs.MlniiloTnylor.
Klhel MiClntiley vs. Clayttorn Mc
Clsnluy. W. C Johnson vs. P. (I. Waggoner.
Guy Howard vs. M. A. Prince.
"II. A. Tyler y. Jos. A. Clark et nl.
IVnrl Carter vs. Ed Carter.
U B. Whelln vs. J. L. Whelln.
Kil Thomas vs. Theo Twlgg ct nl.
Mabel Jackson vs. Ham Jackson.
Leu McClnlu Guardian et al vs.
W. P. Muirell ct 1.
McCIaIii Giinnllsn et nl vs. Kiln
Ilvrryinnn. .
Mrs. Mnttlo Burton vs. I W. Ilurto
W. K. Ilnll vs. J. T. Thompson ctnl
W. A. Dolds vs. It. A. Crnddock.
Justin E. Attcbcrry vs. F. II. At
V. A. Iotlds vs. J. It. Brown el nl.
O
Thrco months subscription to the
Courier will cost you only 25c Try
It thrco months. It you nro not al
ready taking It
These Democratic newspapers that
are criticising tho Republican ndmlnls
trnllon for printing nn Important nd
verllseuifiit required by law In a It-
iiuhllcnti country nowspnp.r. uiunt
linti forgotten Hint under Gov. Ik-ck
ham's administration Important State
publications, required by law and paid
for out of tho public treasury, were.
safely hidden sway In a Fulton paper
owcud by Col. Molt Ayres. Clinton
Gazette.
Mrs. Jas, Pickett and family nro
vUltlng Mrs. Jan. King and family nt
Dorcna, Mo.
Njl .
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.... " " ur' etofm...
rriini rsrni j
Wn"1 l" ki b tan.
I-... mini? nm irau)' t
-rum MUsoi , i. r.
ion City s,,d u .I d b
IMtrtncr with Mr I aILB; , M
tall shoo .tor. y, 8 A1'
, ti . i . n
Hardy succwd.d Mr Mocrt
til IIIVII Ut'tBIll. Iflf,l- l.
U WAS nbout I,
when Mr. Hardr m ia i PW J
. .w ears si ir tl.. ik. i..
oi unruy iirolhr.. r-M..
with those of J u j.nM
siyio or tno nrm M;.-ruiH4
dy llrothors. li, i-s.J
to prosper, but a d ta
place. Mr. Morgan Uj.ik. t...
est ot Hardy Ury.it n'n J
Hardy Brother. L . 4r?w(
stores were i a
changed to Hardy I . , i .
ood. Mr. IUku jd r -j ..
then tho Hardy J!k.. ijs-r,
the llardv. t'uiui,. I ,
weru cstsbll.li. J us jr y
tutlont.
Some year sr.. M- Hi.tIt
from active r,, . iv. .....
lileut of tho (T, nl ti?
the grain buini. r:rC. Isi
as tho lUrdy (,ra ;i I . h h fc
lug his diiiliil.iu',:u Ci tin
pa'nr built on A is b-r d
elevators In IU. r.. :;a Xtzx
nrofltablu linn n.,". u r,r
mill, at nan ... 1 ik
timu Mr. Hardr c n
U Union City td oi.a m
of public oiiUTIn.a I: I t-:tt
flnnc U unit rftfiKl
About twenty r uit Mr liiri
-i .. i . i .
" " " r -
grown ana iadj uu-,?r -
I nul. 1.. lV.ro mnn TriM f
jr.. WIOIO UCftUl - U H
vimrm njfii.
f f l. i. tlx n IB r
Fellow, nn BJk. i K ci l
Ut.t.LAAiULjAitLiULA.lit,LAAiULAAisALJ
Clothes Experience
fUR tailoring department is a success mainly because
we have developed the business by safeguarding the
interests of our patrons, in other words, a trial order with
us invariably means a pleased and permanent customer.
THE FALL SEASON
IS HERE
and we are offerering GREATER IN
DUCEMENTS than ever.
FIRST An ALL WOOL line of 1200 bright stylish patterns,
no mercerized cotton, nothing but pure WOOL.
SECOND-Our prices have not advanced and although every
pattern' is guaranteed all wool we show just as many
styles at $14.00, $16.00, $18.00 and $20.00 as ever.
THIRD The system of measurements we use insures the
n. particular kind of fit, style and individuality desired by
each customer.
FOURTH No man who orders clothes of us ever has a chance
to complain, for unless the garments are all he expects in
every respect, we keep them-not under protest, but cheer
fully, willingly.
If the elimination of all chances of disappointment and dis
satisfaction appeal to you come and see our great selection of
Fall Woolens and learn how and why we make clothes at the
lowest prices.
Do Us and Yourself a Favor by a Look!
"BRADLEY & PARHAM.
m
LET US GET BUSY
f i , r. p t nri
ttlllt .IUH4U,i,ls,'-t - -----
annual iiuin j
im uny spvcui uuj' . - -
repvttoire 01 ine irvun-i
ttu.t to wiiltu "icy ci -
.lucid, the I om ii.'.iot "
turn Will nitwit m u
ln4rini mill li iuO' '
Airctiiiy nit' ui -
ri. 1,1 -L-, iiimi: 1 1 .-- .- m
r iniits intere.icu. isu "
Miituiti rnuiiLie. .
(llturillK liuersi iinu.i-'-"-
display of farm iroiz - J,
UU. Tlil'VU nun m-'i.- . . ,.
........ , .. 1 ,--',1 Cfr ta-
ttiln t niMDIl ILi3 J ar -
nrtrnnlier J t.
III lO organnu in .,,,
h.. u III l. i t s
of Hlckmsn and r 1-p n J
III... ..I ......mill! i f r 't f"
diid live stock of rut frc.
Uit year the Irf '
ducted chiefly by K r'ucW"1
year tho b.-t bct'JTM
w.ll bo in 'l;''VrM
roihI" In their lar -lr --
tho unsucce..MI on'
wo bespeak a succ. urul W
,,! and th
a uauio aim s . - - j.reetorc(
John A. .MCVlun " :jku
thoThlrd lUJte 1X5
sures us that hr ww..lful imi
cnerKy to pull off :
tuto In Kulton couu'v v"u,'vjA
..... ii vi k-r ofC"""
bo associnieu j .
III Orange. Chrls'.aa 'Jgtt
buvti maKii'K ' - , ; i,rlc
for Iho U. S U-pa" '' 01
tur .,, ,ftl
A unhiuo foatur -f 2iti
U Domestic Scleii lducl'a ' f.
followliiK ladles
Voavor. of IuUi!,; m
lliecklnrldKo, of I' 'W"U; "ajin
ulla Marsaan, oi
.Hlchor Klker, HnrroJ MW etl
l.fs sot bu.y for lh! P1"
Albert McCollough of 1'"''
has accepted a poenm..- -
?V.nHTiVtTutlou
Tho colored sch-1 $
iv HotiL Cth. 0 ,,BI.' .mkjetf
principal, Is Urtl"JL" "
as Instructor oi n
(K.o. Jones sad f ""l
homo in Fulton. 'r Cl
with their daughter
Schmidt.

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