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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 if If Y e = r 4 II teaJ c IOLDEST NEWS 1A ER INWESTERN KENTUCKY tlt SI A1IJISHFD 185d C HICKM FULTON COUNTY Kk NOVEMBER 201903 c VOLUME XXXVIII NO 43 aJ UII U I 4 ok III tC 1 t 4 Every Article in the Suckq Goes Into This Saley J f at a CtT PRICEI tII For we mean to I f i QUITihe Dry Goods BusinessD v i SiI Itlalcf J oM p 1 Sit7 Boners BIos teaspoons it 1 svl J 4 98ea set1 k y I 1847 Rogers Bros Table Spoons rJi l9aset 1111eSe are the cisxrixj Rogers oods r li jTarpots and Mattingsp rfI3est carlpetsI 55c1 I V Goc ill tti ool carpets now 50ft 4h a 530erefci 12Jc mattings at 8c AWe could not buy them todayj vat this pricerk 1 20c inattingIat 11 7c 4 i25c mattinos at 20c k 1 a Linoleum two yards ldr cut from 50c to 40c s yfall1 hol tlJillIJi WI t J c 1JtQ wIi Remnant lstain s at half price from 2 to 20 yard pieces i iIo I Bissells Carpet Sweepers Finest 3oO quality ab25O i i Baby Cloakings cut from 35c to 250 Lounging Robes cut from 125 to 1 1 SUITS and OVERCOATS t If you havent looked at these rconic quick Every suit and d overcoat in the house at CUT r PRICES Some good things iIarc lqrkcd down like this 1 SfoOO suits cut to 1000 J 1250 snits cut to 750 850 suits cut to 500 r KID GLOVRS1 t Too tirade now 65e S 100 gloves now 85c 254 Mores now 95c y L50 gloves now 8115 1 c f- F f f I ttfy n THEt SLAVXTEIIStill havek z i Clped Out i4IfWefiafve CUT PRIBI AGAIN J i but IfOU1Iyl rice wontt move thenHperliaps 1 Your WillSr 1 L 1 tftOCbi Note Some of the appended prices THE ELLISON MERCANTILE COMPANY Hickman Iy 1 SHOES Ladies Patent Leather shoes cut from 250 to 1 l50 350 shoes for 295 300 shoes for 250 i 250 shoes for 215 i Ii 140i I I Blankets i I at l call1 G ic All wool 114 blankets worth 450 now flyQ iJ Skirts cut to half lprice 500 skirts afr250 400 skirts at 200 Ladies UmbrellasI fc 250 umbrellas at 100 200 umbrellas at 150 150 umbrella at 12i VAISTSLndies waists Up to 8450 arc offered uovat 50c and 98c 7 Dress Goods F We had the bsf tock ofdre l goods in town Pile practicallynowareAll wool Tricots1 27 inch cut from 29c to All wool dress goods r Mixtures worth J5c cut to 23c I1 fancies 18c20eBlacks Out from l5Cto lIe II Anyof JOe dress goods now Romp cut to 3oc 2c 8100 dress goods now 8i75 iL50 dress X100 251 dress LGa tlfri I EI IFtncYFcHJ s p eie a nI1Jipl cut to 3fal googsnow goosJlfw Sailtf feIOC 1 2 inch l afl cnt froin 1 to 7 i it1 f 75 cent TuObltotc G One dollar sale ailaltcr rad ilUn 05 LlIllllle ilk 11011 SSC Flannels 25c skirt Flannel at 15e 20c skirt Flannel at 12e Wrist Bags cut from 35c to 25c w Corsets RR c Any of our best one dollar corsets now 85c I Some cut to 50 cents J = u 4i Millinen Jqq Any of our fine tailor HrilF PrlCemalt or pattern hats at just flP Millinery must go I Jackets A big lot of these have been Cut one half500 jackets at 250 850 jackets at425 1250 jackets at 625 Jackets must go V Rugs MOQUETTES cut from 275 to ASi375 quality now 5J 535 SM1 VHNAS Soc quality at HOc 300 quality at 205 Ter seT Wool LegginsLadies and Iisses 8ficOYEl1GAllll The Ellison Mercantile COIncorporatd f fl HICKMAI KENTUCKY jI J cTiJ J dO J I c 1 1T J fI4- w S r- Vr r n ac I Liii p A e d 9 wrl T JJTI1 1 i 1 fr iji1 r II lm r I II II 8IT I ITi I kt r t k i 1 1 1 fta tat T Y THE HICKMAN COURIER MRS of o WARUBX tZProp VXS MAGGIE ELLISON GEO W WILSON Lessee aud Editor PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAY Hon Eli Brown of Nelson county i I promiuenlly mentioned in connection with the speaUership of the next Kou tuck house of representatives Mr Brown Las been n uiomher of the legis lature liner 1799 hits frequently prot sided over the deliberations of th body during the absence of the regular sptaker is well versed in parliamentary lxwl Ls a stauuch democrat auel it iis believed possesses all the gaalllcatio necessary to a successful speaker I has also been tipped by the press as a winner awl the press iis generally right The jury in the case nf MurphyI tIll bootlegger is to be congratulated upon its verdict of a 8100 fine awl ten days jail The only fault to tint iis that it vts not heavy enough Mnrphy i perhap the most notorious l bootleg fr in these parts He at one time had sixty nine indictments against him in Caves county for bootlegging and comes to Hickmau to try on the slime business They made it 100 hot for him in Maytield aud tho good people of Hickmaif should make it too hot ice him here Hickman has alreadyI I hud too much of such people of the Uurl b striDe und her general welfare ilenutz that Murphy and his tactics ho sup pressed 2fot Thursday has been sit aside by proclamations of tho president rod respective governors of the different stnUn as a day of national than giving The people of Keutuokv h especial cause for thankfulness at this particular time Crops have been abundant in spite of the threatening floods of early spring labor of all kinds has been in good demand at g prices no great calamities famine or pestilence have visited us and last lint riot least the state of which wo are sIt so proud has been snatched from the control of au irresponsible clique ot lawless politicians as a brand iron the burning and safely placed in the hands of law abidiug libertloving God fearing leufocrats Yes the peoplo of Kentucky baA something to be thank fat for Hon Ollio Tames the First Districts new congressman has introduced a bill in the house of representatives at Washington amending the extradition laws for the crimes of treason murder minslu tighter and other felonies mak J KOO irrwill bo compels upon the refusal of a governor recognize requisition from the Got ernor of any other state for the Unitedj States Marshal to arret said person for whom the requisition was issued and take him before the Federal court where the only question tc be decided shall be the identity of tho accused Upon the establishment of this fact the suspect shall bo turned over to the agents from the state whore tho rqUl1 sition was issued The bill it is lieved is aimed at Bill Taylor and may yet be forced to face a Kentucky jury to answer for his crimes A SUKlRLSE WRDDIXR A wedding that was a surprise to pveryoue except the contracting par took place at Xewberu Tenn Saturday shortly after noon when Allison M Tyler of Ilickinan and Miss Hattie May Shumate of Xewbern were united in tho holy bonds of w lock by the Rev Mr Pickett of Cumberland Presbyterian church of that city Mr Tyler and Miss Shumate first met in Hickman about six weeks ago nnd it was evidently case of love i at first sight with both After Miss tShutnate left correiponl inri I that matrimony was intended rand the announcement by telegraph of their marriage last Saturday came as a com coupIes many I A M Tyler tho groom is a son of Hon R T Tyler and has recently been admitted to the baras an attorney He was born and T1isod in Hickman l11turitJinpromiueutupon as a rising young wan with a at brilliant future before him Miss Shumate the bride is a charm t ing yonnc lady and a highly respected h member of Xewbems bestoctet y o Shit is s daughter of J B ShUmutlH J r whose family namo is indelible write l with the history of Tennessee She hlL ti frequently visited in Hictmiin with 11 tir l whoxuisbl r IS Mr and Mrs Tyler attired in hid I man from Newbrn Monday morning 93 and are for the present loI1iciledl1t k 1le LaCledo hotel where they received pthe congratulations of many friend Jb Goofier join these In wishing ft- h I oung coupl tt Uaip aud happy journey Juan the sUmim of life 1KAKI POLLOCK IBAT I Little Pearl Pollock daughter n I John H Pollock aged 10 yours died about C 20 MondttV night after a hngerI ins illness ot typhoid fev r It wa8 thou lit a wool ayo tbat she wtw on rLo road to recovery and the fact tstileso announced in time Courier but she sutfored a relapse Sunday and sac rapidly until tho eud Every huuuu- httontlou t skllllod and otherwise trmt Kiven her but to no avail nod s i passed peacefully into tho jjroat boyoud1d i i in loved her an chatheld her most dear Tho remains nor eis laid to rest Tuesday at 3i p in in tits City cftiuetery after fuuenil services at theI home conducted by Rev W a Roney Sj ColnmbuioCourtA or extundf its heartfolt synijiatby to the tfrief stricken parents The few Court House inThe new court house is now coutple with the exception of tho foul vaults in isthe County stud Circuit Clerks roomsI Tho vaults themselves are ready hi Contractor Spradlin is awaitiui t arrival of the steel llnuras tvhi should have beeu Gore the 10th of ti present month Why they have not No word exarrived no ono knows plaining the delay hits been received from the manufacturer and for thisi I reason it is thought that they trillEt 1nltnllntiol1liNof furniture further work eon be done until t vaults COllie Upon tho arrival of Lhasa which are looked for any day about two weeks will be required to eontpl the building unit the ollicEtrs of tho inksroIllstCall Have you forgotten that your tit for the year ISO l must be jHiid II Deiiomber 1st Just a few days more andandassure you that it goes on all just alike All who dont pray by December 1st will t hove to pay the C per cent penalty so dont wait and thou say 1 dt d know it ThL is plum tall and I menu just what 1 any I or my duel will meet you tor tho last tints at following flutes and pluses to rec your tar s before the poualty goes on Cayce Wednesday Nov 25 Ale undor Friday Nov 27 Fulton Satur Nov 28 Hickuiau all day except ts advertised abuts This is positit el the last call and I will bo compelled toI levy on und sell your property a Must nuke my settlement So t warning pay uu aud ttaus cent I z d Jors1ihP Courier desired to impress upon toits corps of correspondents the dewira bility of a weekly communication from their respective sections Occasional letters are of course hotter than no letters but regular weekly Iletters Ii outlying sections tire what is most desired by a live uptodat paper suoh as the Courier is Some of our amyes poudents have been quite Bete recently anti we trust that they l mend their ways and send us the- o news each week Further we wish toe thank all our correspondents and h to see all their sections represented weekly in the columns of the Courier F- k1f The Embroidery Unh The ost mtiesHIasiNr Friday afternoon Besides the members of the club there w several additional guests among wilt Nontjoyedand sirthelad duringthoThe Club is invited out this niter noon when Mrs J T Stephens willl entertain at her pretty home on Cur rotli street rlNUElCMANAlGl U Tyler Beale one of the editors of the Star accirtently caught the little finger ot his left hand in the chain gear of their press Tuesday morning and the DrIbadlylacerntedamputation would be necessary NOTICE There will be a meeting of the poultry fanciers of Fulton county hold the residence of John A McGinn on Troy Aye old Strong Place Sat urday Nov 21 1003 at 2 p ni for thepurpose of organizing It Poultry Iran utiOU All interested in fancy poultry ore requested to be present Mrs Cora JRoyster 1rico Henry Jnhn A 21etsBarred Plymotb Rock Chickens nndu Mammoth Bronze Turkeys All Choi ceA from prize winning stock Inspcc hksad J my Turkeys scorSntI 12 Prices reasonable Jennie V i McClure Troy Ave Old Strong Farm + sIDont ttaforget that Rosedale the pho I 1 JIn1IIUJJ1S1 I gnu Ht Futtou uy adjourn oJ Monday U was exveptioually well shoranfthroiiKhottt wo sUmliug prnoeediug of any kind tort pine Everyone WIg well pl sCft with the reports from the difternnt districts as to the ptognss of work tint rojuxts of tho different ucovnsgluktitttare Fnltou did bCruel proud iu the distinGutshdsi satisfiedet with the results except u fow uiiulstor theirtarges but wore transferred Holow given the appointments for the UnioiJ City and PnttuKili districb Uvinx CITY DisTUirrr G B Unskervill Presiding Elder Union City Station W J Mecoy Onion Clfy circuit S P Vynn Cayct circuit T G Lowery lckman Station H C Johnson Crystal Mission r W Hardin Tiptonville circuit B 11 VonlbletotoSouth 1 lultou circuit r F Maxedon Fulton Station W U Ileiley Tore Moss JacknUl11iItI 1 l Curdnelt Jhl LowrauceuSups KuliUni circuit J E Jones Sharon circuit C Moore Greenfield and Brook1 J J Thomas Columbus Station A U Melt Water Valley circuit W F Acutl Kentoii unit Rutherford P UielnvorthIADLCAMt rWITKlCT IeJJ II Roberts Prwiding Eldr PADUCAH Broailway TJfcpwell Trimble SLrtttr W Armstrong CoyeMission Supplied by T 1 Owen Paducah circuit J W Wardlow Voudville circuit W D Dickens Mil burn circuit D M Kvans Hardwellnmd circuiYE9I t circuitIWarner Moore Clinton circuit R V BurrisIWill n circnit J L Weaver Muytied SUitton U A Wnterilold Maytieli circuit A U Holder Arlington cinruilt ItC U llilliard Furiniugtuii circuit W Di gs Oak Level circuit E L Wrigu4 LnvebutryClrouil1ftStudent in Vandorbilt Uiiil BiroMoore assoLtTlosdo ConsI j cressional District Teachers Asswlattoi will meet in th High School andit j oreltaketctHt r lIt all ii ntiendanco ofs least UOO is anticipated All railroad and hotels hove made a special ruro those who attninJ Teachers should sn cure c rtiluatt from their ijfareit titcb lot ascots certifying the fact that Ihr are teachers to enable them to sOur IIItheIj benefit of these reduced rnhs entertaining and instrmnivu plug slum has boon prepared rod the affair prom piflat0 gram willFRIDAY MOKN1XO sot 27 Culled to order and enrollment 9 am Adjourned to visit Paducah schoolI Op0FntUAt AFTERNOON Croetiagrev J W Sites fleetfor Grace Episcopal church Presidents Address Natural Law ir the Mental World The Scholarship Aimed At1I1 the Public Schools W O Canterbury 3f R Reeder O T Canon Miss Edi Marshall ereTwo Sorts of History Teaching 11Prof William Lee Miss Sadie Rankiu Miss Nannie Callett Urns Eugeu Parham wn Supg Music CHILli the Current Event Movement Caught Us YetProt A R Boon E W Howell Miss Ada Brazelton Mrs Nellie Whayne 1 StoryMissUI R W Net W D Dodd FRIDAY EVENINO 7SO Music x Invocation MusicAddressThe CeuturyGluUomanDr4 President Kentucky University Lexing ton Ky fatsA7CltAAT Why I Am u UOUNIXOIr I val The Discussion Teacher ProrLoweIlJUI I W G Cram Miss edMlss Carrin Moore E W Roach t Vit180nI loct I Piitie J P Morrison Miss Susie Boyd C enlleIMusic The Financial and Educational SitI ation in Kentucky R B May V MiddletonII R O Davis jjc Altruism in the School Prof J O Ragsdalo Discusiotr by Miss Emma Morgan 8ATU DAIIERXOOX iThe JjancasterMenlory Workldea T1 1 CORRECT DRESS FOR MEN c Heavy Clothingvr LIGHT FIGURES 1 i I IOVERCOATSi i The Grate to buy nn nvonnat tnNOW1tdyanlare lit I11R1dl I d1 R Jt would he worth wlile to hay unit pvon for noxt season nt the jirieos we ore making 1 InCapsu eterli I I r i WARM LOVES for cold hands also I ndsIII KENTUCKY II L1 D furJlis1raucis Gray Charlos IMTJJUSOM 1 11 Nnll1 furl L Prie Teacher Know Thvxilf 1ut llmv i Supt T J Coats ditfiissiuu Prin Y1 AloxmulerIlnThe I FourII U S King A E Crow 2 Sfhoot Room Sanitation and Dec DeeSuEcrossUSmithReport of committees Election of officers nisi3Tiors WKFCKS OarrlPSSnPSSl is responsible for many a railway wreck und the same causes snfferesthroar nod Lung troubles But since the advent of Dr Kings New Din covert for Coughs aud Colds even the worst eases cut be cared and erlanecessary ors Oorchns lifehai covery This great remedy is guaran teed for all Throat and Kung diseases by all Druggists Price 50c and JlOO Trial bottles free H C Amberg J W Cow lI1nud J It Treas of Curse are in attendance at Federal court at Paducah this weep the first named being on the grand jury and the last two on the petit jury Mentr of Durks Local sportsmen say wild ducks were never more plentiful on the lakes rivers creeks and ponds than at present Wild inll1umbeto be better feeding grounds than for u number of years past and the birds in steed of migrating are satisfied to remain where they find plenty of food There are many duck hunters who will be pleased to hear that the docks an 1 surroundingLtowns coining as fur as 200 miles have the bottom and viRfelfoOfhave returned very succcsCuls1 sc RUSH CUE EK NOTES t 1 Bono Jones and vife visited their daughter Mrs Mollie McClellan Sun day I We are glacl U hear of the improvement of DrltSam Later and hope it The fuss be permanent tIi ties E entertained last lltamr LOOK DOWN tTYOUR YOURfffT SIRf I I IIf theyre not neat I hltltU owe them II new pair justIkind you need and at any price You care to pay fr in- iii 125 to 54 LOOK CAREFULLY Over that old suit ajrain If it is ttoo shabby NOV yon are eer hi iin 1 ly in rofid Jiuk for there never has been a time vhen vr could sell yon as gooda suit for so little money as right now A 105- 7TE4IPTING ARRAY j OP FASATOXAIIIK FALL NECKWEAR at and 50c THE WESTERN PIONEER HOUSE Consumption LoisCraggof 50 = = = 88i For SaleREAL ESTATE w wIEast Hickman and West Hickman Ky- I otter for sale allmy houses arid lots in West HickmanThis The property is some of the I test in that section of townhouses are all occupied hy g1 prompt paying tenants and pays big returns as an investmentTo thtse seeking lois for 00antinI Six houses lot fUl 1UIHm lUI lien1111 in nolCOIulit 00 Five houses 5o Lots 25c houses its back Sizeauthe street with ally at House and four lots ill East cNJ and haUlfront IJiCJtllll1D New with 00 property ut IIny tune jl EIrJ= = = tricots last Saturday evening at her lovely country homo Miss Dora Smith sited our school Tuesday With womans hand at the rsOna1lourhoolsI rductttensLast week a lewlII club Organizediulediate neighborhoods Pro of thoII masculine element intimated that prediction i i i I I I j t sash with rood M 4roomswithi uJck1 GMili f y 00nudMhomeil jr roomsinaudShallLx rindintelligentI Dsu1Davis 1buthowever1 failed lho men declare1 ills daintyillud IIIndtl it II suMeysOwith tliPOi- 1fm course Tot Roper thejt ful IInllllJJirbenutiMr11 G present were T J 1111I children Umy Mrs I DavisiIlrtllll ant chil h1reIseRnpPr and11rs Geowith their little wee ones antiMS Fields and mother A1rsIRrtbaRoper it1y Roper is rAn excellentrxst tit o menu was dehcionr Optimist Go to Ro de for ikeyopiatrcb Photo that Jook races tj I i rt rn r 9i t t a tt- J ti ti t- q I iY ir a tlz r iiII L H I Just neceivea 1 1 11 fr GoortstS t j I j I Country Sorghnm Kraut t I 4 Hominy Prunes Mince Met t 1 l Macaroni 1 Vermicellil Tapioca Rolled Oats Force t oft i Wheat oldC Gate BiscuitthTry a pound of our celebrated trcChaseCoffee Two DHJin ljt Phone Gj I LEOFORD RfiXU- LEUTuEns7GAR BAKERY AND CONFECTIONER CUl t FRESH BREAD CAKES AND inRememherstamps with every 10n cash QII II- IJIO I STREETItilTeJnnhoneWw bl1Iwhuei theI RINGWOODemaxail ma l eistle rink c staudtEast flicknao iI a uIaKeeps all kinds of Groceries and 01Familyj 4public j BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS j nized Ii IiJ1t9GOOdi4Douvere J A SPECIALTY Tdlophono dl No 99less 1 tr I XKtt BAnGEUn ready t t COALI state with 1 J Jat1 1 t r S J90star i tI are for CASH OKLY II moIIl lBUV THE theft I t f- j NJUMIGE I SEWING MACHINEng Do not be deceived by those who ad vertise a 6000 Sewing Machine fortI11 witxi any dealers from 1500 to 1800 gress1 we MAKE A VARIETY i THE NEW HOME IS THE BESTell i InniI Double Feed combined with other t strong points makes the New Homel t the best Sewing Machine to buy I il Wiile for CIRCULARS ferent styles of SewlneMnehl n pear we manrdacture ana prices beroru puns na caC THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CCO thatI OBANCr MASS S3 Union Sq N Y Chicago Ill Atlanta JBt LouIsMo DallasTex San Gl 4 rOR SALE 8VpolBARRE I1 tfcbMAW Agents turnI Nothing has ever equalled it who Nothing can ever surpass it T 1 Dr Kings aided the r- a New Discovery ii For1 Jtt t l1w c t Perfctt1 I I xsranrrioxovoIt sad OLD81 showing tho Francisco FOII All Troublesgov Throat an I tt- Lug 4 rManyback If it fHi + Trial Bottles free 4 J poworI L I F ti ff- t f 1 r- i 1 9 = = 2 THE PANAMA SQUABBLE ca The secession of Panama tilt t H ptthltfurlsthe naming it the Kepubliea DelJI eululinatiunI oft perhaps nrcat political scheme of the century thetsart about as follows r jJlItI I WU81HtA by the United States and 1 ii- l I Jrtdentrr stG forty million dollars frig tl work done on the canal lIul DC Lesscps negotiations were opened with Colombia looking tto the ratification ofn treaty givi ing to the United States a per thenwith additional rid For these privileges e United States agreed1 to Jpay to Colombia twenty million dolI lars but after deliberation tt- itty li sits rejected In the Panama hilla u clause which instructedt l t 1 president in the Outof mmI 1 i IIylColomlJinnegoi tiations for tho adoption antI acceptance of the N icarau r fa route which would necessarily I I Wean the abandment of atheEt dollars ritl lthroughl and the inNI+ lobbyists i I Washington who had engineered bill through saw that some had to be clone How it accomplished is not known1f the facts remain that just en the voice of the people hs about to he raised demanding fulfillment wielaU81 rebelI against the mother is o replblidf I bj It the United States The Re del1 Isimis is at once recog by the last lut m dust 1 I ersn t 10ocompnslngII inhabitants than the cityi of Memphis announce thattItto deal directly with the town odiceI d Suites on the Isthmian tojcanalColombian1 1 soldiers are prevented t Iand1 from 1 landingI on theI isthuut- in I I theI Iboundaries1 of theI ne I by the presence of Um States meuofivnr and military demonstrations on land under thett andI stripes S ucI IOIJI being perpetrated by tl t1 cnt whoI is orderingl thinI unprecedented in Ihistory an 1 rc1 t 01 to the already heap j I den of evidence that td i I Panama canal scheme is one Ofl i l theMany complications v it h Ltie otenI cnII t noiR1 I inst Colombia and isnotonlyl unprecedented in the history country but is entire I lout Ihis jurisdiction IncmothaloneI is vestedI thisI iiove i inandiI is anther evidence alAoverwenning desire for the completion of the jobnow C known NuIIrurto olliQb powers will tale in theavi I matter is not yet known but one their rights huts been the sunnutGarJI and recognition of a gang of scheming1I I grown whose intent is to Santi the isthmus over to tito 1 field United States eventually and I nips are Lent on looting the treasury of the United States in i anti abetted by a chief ex the ecutive who has gone beyond bounds1 of Ihis 1 i tiOJhisone successful is beyond contradic j Iepnhlicdi e an e ern recognized by the greatest Western Hemisphere er as competent to deal Sic e IItJI = = rN A I BLACK Q8 DRAUGHT STOCK an- dPOULTRYcystii MEDICINEi I I II IStock and J ultry have fewIi troubles vt hichare out Uwt l andIliver infffularities slack Draught Stuck and Poultry Medi vine is a odIIIi liver reiut iy ofIIIdigestion a iHrfwt ierProluiurut American ItreeiKml andifanners keep their lbrntsrtud fknka healthy by giving them an occa i sional dose of Black Draught Stock i and Poultry Medicine in their I food Any stock raiser may buy a I 2 cent halfMund airtipht tan i of this medicine from his denier i and keep his stock in vigorous I shoolth for weeks Dealers gener ally keep BluckDrauirbt Stock and Poultry Medicine If yours dues nut send 25 cults for a sample ThtITennI i liocuKLLB OA JAR 30 IMt i Draught taek and Poultry I ModioineU the bout I ever tried OurIIlookwas looking bad when you sent me the medicine and now they art getting au floe They are looking 20 iPercent bottuII BROCKINGTONjj 40 j i iI i th Book Store f I Splen lidl Selection of BOOKSjj STATQNERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Ever thing up to late MARY HKKRNDES eof this Kovernmont in tho Panama matter unless 1eddy brought up with a round turnii- I tthe congress which is now jill session A MASTODONS TOOTH 1 t 0 u the the head of a fttxr4 historic mastodon was found b t onTseai1 and brought to the Oouriei last Friday Across tlifr it is ono nnda half inches gives conclusive evidence of Jterbtswlr extinctd = Dbeenportion has been worn aWRY Eyleadinches nti Iinsj UOluo at the Io ver end thej decayedJ or disciosinrlc l theiJ I frtwt and back are ridged I thwieo Whether or not t ally belonged to a mastodon 110 to whom we submitted dualAfaulIrdt tllyle its owner was of matH size It has been placed our collection of curios NUDE TURNIP M savior living on Island S brought to the C Jllrtr this week a fturnip that i tincler It measures 28 inches way tn1onn lnnd 533 inches other weighs twelve p Minds i is as valid as a rock It t ftsThe on Ihis login on lhiud1I was the largest among iIIr more of exceptionally large tins ntHB It has heel placed among rnltheits window and according to testimony of many interestedl a jmaaiin 1 ujk It IS the largest ofIt s CentsI f fbi tt seiWe know it is the largest we have sec r seen srhiol Tenu C 1 i = r 1 f 11 lj r T I Hay Your Clothes i iMade to Measure 1j I TlI cost you no more titan the rendymnde kind service 1- consi dy and no matter how much nor how long they are orl1ejretain their shape and always look well A poor 13SUit110 matter how expensive the material will npjb look tt at any stub of its existence It is the workmaii ship ployed in their manufnoturft that tells the story of good hes One earl always tell by merely a superficial glanc jvhether a mans garments are tailor made or the other ldand the reason is obvious And another thing A sbyh well made well fitting tailor made suit costs you no Jnq than the ready made sort M JUARAXTEE SATISFACTION Heplerand S therland UNION CITY AND HICKMAN With BALTXEJt A BOD1M bRMA FIRST ST OVER HALLS OLD 9TA7D UNION OlTV I J w RONY I4U YKK I Hickman i Kd i I T Settlements nod divispns of estates jj Oiliee over HoluombuB Drift storo A M TYLER CcYatfflGIJIWvTJi fUIALL COURTS e ogee Ilicrktiuin Bunk H R REMLEY tltorncj At lawI radices in all courts Hlice in Ilolcombe BIlkt HICK MAX Kv i ii P BALTZER- Specialist1 e Ear Nose and Tljroat Hours J lInt12 11112 toJ1 pm Ofllce over lInU iiilMs rug Sturo rcvttlsonnDentist HICKMAN KY Office wpstairs over Cowffill Co wffills X tc IS THE 81S- TCLOTHINGI YYLER ACKERLAND CO Makers Cincinnati lleokleti A Hood Itoport Typewriter Coinpniiifs soiling machines in this section state that I usingityptuvrilnry and have moro pupils ourollod thou any other school of bussi tniinitiK iiuull this section of tin+ conutry This report should bl very Jp to the niaiin ciniMit of this institution as it has been in operation only two months anil such record as this isi seldom mad by any typewriterfalso rtJlort that this college has r equipmentI and Morn tastefully appointed quarters than any oijerji tliej have visited in the tatstfi sfe am Kentucky JCUTX Q2RR Q W r IFor uptodate work go to the City Barber Shop the leading and largest Tonsorial Parlor where you will find first class workmen such as II R Ivey IL U Caldwell and Will Corvin who Mill strive to please you Hot and cold baths WILLf CROWELL PROP FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK O ioto S zaeo eiQ =ana7 Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier i H BUCHANAN President DIRECTORSII WtLEXANIhit H1CKMXN BANK I3IG1RIAN KYJ Capital Stock PaidII I Having ample Capital a largo Surplus conservative inauagemout and a strongBoard of Directors tho Hickmuu Bunk solicits tho accounts of Farmers banking methods It T TYLER President C A HOLUOMBB Vice President IProfits liberalityof ISTo cure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try It I Price 60cB Ii T c r V vV Vy J 3 i i s is r- r 1 rb T t Ar c Big Consignment OFtBankrupt StockII OF OvercoatsSELLING CHEAP 25t4O a ON THE DOLLAR while they last ea h Qiof lice j as t r IlyIor soy of iis j as and fails =v w 7 r v v v 1 t NEW MEAT MARKET 11f II f ft n hlrave i Ill l0tll1 tr hotcuerhrelkeldsj tzChoicest Cuts of Fresh Meats 1 that 10 ON SHORT NOTICEgrow1 I L D ThJ 14kelc1 tPHONE 18 HU M FRET DELIVERY e J 1 r I tories local to a must end IIh d 13 1fnrr J j 1mI QI a I J 11111I growth round f snmIin by a InoliJfor Cotton Seed Meal per 1001bs 8120 offers Cotton seed hulls in sneksgettcs m pet 100 Ibs 40 cts i i 1 r betterfredt I i hullsi I cowlooK peuially Balm wto give good rIch milt from which and if 3T11 Call maKe good butter Wo+ 11t1 1Witil1 1 7CUto grceeri t orI J em rick of I I RICHMONDBOND CO j HICKMAN KY Its show ASJO parlor suit ou exhibition in Barrett to Sbawa window is ono of the prizes in the Couriers jjvessioe Con test Read the advertisement bn page 2 of this issue Doyoutbink the Courier worth 81 a year Why not subscribe t no j Low Rates to tlie AorlhHfHl of old mjwillway second class colonist tickets toI Iti Oregon Washington British ColumbiadIdiho and Montana at very rates I a1 Jno M Be H A Q P A St Louis Ioldfitand TfVOMAX SUPFRAUE Soroe or four weelw ago the CoiKeived rommunication front u ImBowling Green Ky asking if Wild print an occasional contrl burm Vvrn ms Rights We I aiiHtthe rflqufsr snyiug ww would 1 lu pi to help out the fair sea in t any possible awl hove complied by pubJ the articles But wo are comj to cull tho leal off We this weeloived u communication froalI he In question which so far as its eru 1 might have beon takem tho Louisville Herald The artioplores the success of democ nieyartisnu in the extreme and so far a can observe bus no bearing what upou Womans Rights The ier is democratic from priuci pie believes implicitly in the iut gof the democratic party yo do ncuy the use of our columns ib any the enemy and the editorr rtsmhe right to deall with it as life judtf dictates Prom the trend tithe t tie iu qaesiiou one cannot resisti temptation to believe that tilt Wot SnirrugUts have been gob bled DV the Republican profs andI aro b used as n club to lambast the demooi The Courier refuses to bc part any BU3u In this connect lion might suy that it bus been tit mihfone of woman suffragists throuput the United States to mix with tir own the polities of thfet stern ex Upon this question ox perioii hts taught that tho welfare of their asu demands full aud completet divordrom DHtinnul state and innniBf pal poles They cunuot align thou selvesvith either side successfully ueithcuu tboy curry tenter on bathI shoalcs T BEST REMEDY roll OHOt- lFromhe Atchison Hun Daily OlobaJ This thpsoiisou when thw womnn o knws the best reuiMlies for croup n umand in every neighborhood Quo o the most torriblo rhiugs in tho world to In uWalu+ nat in the middle tutiight by It whoop from ono of the ohildn Tin croup rpmedies are all most i sure to bt lost iu case of croupi a rtolver is sure to be lost in case bur urt There1 used to be an oldI fashio remedy for croupI known as liivis syrup md tolu but some modern mothers tht Chamberlains Congh ltAme bear nod does not ss much causes the patient to throw up the phlejjo quicker and gives relief in a shorter time Civi this remedy as soon soot as the croup cough appears 1 iit will prevent the attack It nortlh ahd is pleasant to take For sale UyT Swayne j ii WKST i iIi Jrv C p o ftJt Ott nOj stnlltia growth The demand for and proporty t specially in this of town has earl d an increase in rents and Values of property there seems every reason to lltlilIprices ore nn the intrliiu In maul in 111forr 1IiIi th of Iliclunun proper is certain to extend westward thereby gradually buildine up thn West End llieknitins5 weekly fpay roll pmt amounts to al out IlidonuuIand largo employers of mbar are fd there Evnry indication points rapid and steady growth and a general increase in tic Lund values of necessity follow Whore thet Wilt bf uunnot ho foretold but so as eau be ascertained them iisi in sight but industrial progressi a consequent steady and permanent In another column will boi an advertisement for the sale of ol t lIP choicest residence property the entiro Wtst end mcompnuiedI plot of the same and tiny ono for realcatalx baKniiw or filesI homes will do well to consider those srrpritn inA INS r HOT srovn nhingenl nudhuruldhereondI d r Ghambrhlius e thehalfchildIi I is an antiseptic Iminent ItllIllS vuluaole for ImrntM outs bruises sprains Forsile bvP Swuyne tOXTJMCTUKS wish to contract immediately responsible party to cut hinl aud barge1 1000 cords more or tless pnpenvood on river six miles below Hickman Specifications furnished on SUPPIIIManager nOESX T ItErfPEOT OLD AOK shameful when youth foils to proper respect to old ago but just BingNewts matter how severs and irrespective age Dyspepsia Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield to this per pill JM at all druggists you want photographs go to Rose You can ahvay fld him at theI tt i i u L1JPT Poll ltI1A SSff Captain and MM Fred Wigatmnd left Sunday for their home ii Mona Ark They went via Memphis and will stop there several days visiting old friends Nenrly every one on thx river between Cairo nod Vicksburg ImowsII the Captain who has Leer1 connected with tne lover work of the government for many yenta 11nt Wigstraud was born in Kentucky but raised in Mem phis where she late trans friends She is a niece of exGoverncr Luke Blackburn deceased who mado himself possibly the most revered roan in all Kentucky by his work in and about Hickman during the yellow fever piI demic in 1878 His work was not confined to this espcttiul locality but where ever yellow jjucl hoisted his Hug Dr Luke Blackburn was to be found He devoted much of his timo to the study of yellow furor its ltIUtIS and cures pad he contributed much valuable scientitic literature on this disease which resulted iu incalculable benefit to the serer stricken regions His dis cowries wore in a great measure I responsible for the eradication of theII scourge By fix charity aud ness he so endeared himself to Un I people of Kentucky that ho was ttvtc elected their governor He j pushed many things during his life I 7S years hut there were none tthu I redounded morn to his credit IIr honor that his unselfish devotiun t the carat of medical sniinci ami ing humanity Mrs NViastrand Lea all the characteristics of tin lilack burns wha e mime in SO cUtseiy alliwd with the history growth Mild iiviliii lion of lKentucky and she is fr+ I I quently 1onored by old though IOUrI residents nf this section brxtruue of IwrI1 I lHnwigo Vo wish the m a plra++ I Limo null u safe rrtiint to Hickmau iin the iJrlIIKII XOT A SICK DAY SlXfK I was taken sovorely +irk with kid ncy trouble L tried nil sorts of mcd iciness none of which rI6Iilfl JUt One day I saw an ad of your Klectrtc Itit tars and determined to try that After taking a few doses I felt relieved and Boon thereafter was entirely cured and have not seen a sick day since Neighbors of mine have been cured of Rheumatism Neuralgia Liver and Kid IrbilityItN C writra Uuly rh1 ut all tlrug lst QUARTERLY EXAMINATIONS Following are the names of the six ot each class who made the highest grades on the first quarterly exam nation except for time senior class of which only the best two are given 0Hrr trij Irene fielin fin 1 2 IIii7 Lnten si l 2 Second Y Irwm Scptas cllrII I rw school 111 t 5 I Mildred Ramage tin 4 5 Icie Hate 81I I fi Tom Powell i1t 1 Ii ferric DeBow SO at5 Addle Mnrrell it 2 Fisrt Year jII Ruby Fleming I i l Louise Atwood 98 211 Kllie Bruer Hi l 2 Willie Ainborg SG I Gertrude lFethe 881 2 i Edward Prather hl 1 I monTH OIUIJK Mary McDaniol nI J Russell Johnson IItll I Nathan Townsend t0 I I b l Edna Smith 8i1I1t Fannie Kearby- i Si Lido Moore Vim t1RESTfl nnDR Lily Hubbard 0 2 I IiLizztl Onrnni t iCorinno Smith B1II iEthol Naylor 84 J Icharies Johnson 3t iBascombe Lunsford y j SIX ill GRAO- BPanlinp Becknmu 8ft- l Frank Smith Rt Hael Adapt sa- isellio Hnnduniut 8aI I Lillian Cheat t Charlotte UubltHnlP1FT1I UKADR 81II Lois Bar lot S Leah Marry 82 I Maggie Lee Rtco R Fred Knnerr hlI i Brodin Overtoil it Georj Sanger i9 FOlKTII niUDK- Bnima Tyler 9a Lizzie Picket Jr Kate Ilacket 101 2- yoLillin Racket i 2 Maggie OHearn 10 1 C Richard Webb 90 THIRD QKADR Pansy Weatherly 9 Nannie Smith J2t Asu Henry 92 Milton Spradlin 91- Maihel Webb 911 Grace Campbell h9 A urxAWAV urcvotn Terminated with an ugly cut ou the men of 113 Orner FrauHin Grove 111 It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding yearsThouJoJruptionhud fVhilfl Pine and Tar for coughs and colds Get it at Swayues drug store k II =YTTYYT TYrYY1 I r f J t I Oustell Any j Y l Grocery in ITown J Alllny goods are fresh from the I 11tt i market as 1 am buying dully and selling daily they do not get stale ti on my shelves I handle tin glass and queenswnre good lard fresh 1 I hatter in refrigerator and eggs at all 4 times I buy and sell for cashand you only pay for what you get r Call Telephone 13 1 i Cue Threlkeld9 Hickman Ky 1 1 1is WOMEN t j FAt TASTE A 1Know n good thing when they see i iit Every piece of Furniture on our floors is y i of the latest design AVe want you to know the r character of our Furniture It is of warranted excellence and the prices are 10 to 20 lower l ttxI foryI anywhere in this 1 iart of the county Givei us a trial order and be convinced f iHRRETT SHAW l i- y FFIU IFIUl AXI bNDEHTAKING Cut Prices I onI i GROCERIES t TINWARE 1 H QUI1 E STARFJ i FEEDSTUFFSt LI f t 1 i vl IH L Carpenters1 jlI Buobanans old siand Telephone 81 i Goods delivered free HICKMAN MARBLE VORKLIJLI nBt lS5i1 1YTOM DILLON Sri Pwr iII- Soccftjor I to D O ftC jlecd t rI i Marble and Granite llonuments- lOTJKa3I G v STONE WORK of all Kink j IRON FErl Ge 3tc aiokma= iK it i r 74 1FMIlr ii r IMIL w v T It 7 U ci j- G 4 t5 j jt jC C t II 2 1 i +++1 + 1 to II t +rI +i1 tt+ iiLOCAL ANDXPERSONAL tdI+ i rjti +S FWB i+ + otJJ4 t N t r fOJ+ N7r Use Sunshine Flour none better Squire JfW Mayes was in town SaturdayIUse Swnynes Almond Oream for chapped hands at Swaynes drug store Walter Benedict of Clinton was in town Saturday on business Pete Sear of MayJiehl was in town Monday on business MJ ins Kate HeM went to Fulton Sat urday morning- L A Stone spent Sunday in Ctreen field Teuu returning Monday morning County Clerk S D Lutes spent several days last week in Folton on business Mrs Thompson and Miss DeBow visited Mrs H H Weaks in Fulton lust weekThe best make and the best for wear Ladies and Misses shoes at H C Am bergsC B Kiiigmanor Dayton Ity is visit inn his sister Mrs J H Millett for a few days Use Sunshine Flour none better Bob Shelby was arrested Tuesday for false swearing in the case of Com Vd Lando Murph- yWuutedGood buggy horse Must be gentle and tractable Enquire al this otlice Mrs Avey and sou Thomas ofI Columbus are visiting Mr and Mrs Will Gayle this wtek Messrs Kniitml and White two If the Ellison Mercantile companys popu Jut clerks upeut Sunday iu Union City Warm goods suitable for the season at prices to suit you at II C Ambergs Visa Umda Mooney has returned to Jackson where the is working for the millinery unit of C N Whitlow Rev and Mrs C L Price visitedi tho latter father Mr Charles Savage in Fultou last week returning tollickman Friday f Mr J W Cowgill and Mr H C Aiuberg of llickmau am registered at the Palmer Padueah News Democrat MM Lola Gregory and Ms Ouida ilooney of Jackson Tenn were the guests of MMI Harry Holcombc last week HC Ambergand J W Cowgill re turued from Padacali Wednesday worn JUg where they had been in attendance J at Federal court Tue R w James Kirkpatrick and Mr Aldrich Dudley sjn of Bishop Dudley re guests of the ltv C Irice this week UCbige1slirClllittrrt HIliKonj wife and sort Warren returned last Friday from a weeks visit to friends in StLouisWhile all lines of cotton goods are advancing you can buy as cheap MS ever at H C Ambergi t- One hundred and JULy dagoes went out on u strike at Fullon lut Friday and never came back Thev kept ongoing and at this writing their whereabouts are unknown Rev James Kirkpatrick Louisville Ky will preach at St Pauls Epi copal church i111 this city tonight Friday at 7HO The Rector cordially invites every one to attend Quite a number of friends stormed the home of II Buchanan and wife this week were cordially received and had a delightful time W C Wilson has returned frou an extended trip down the river where he has beeninspecting the camps of men employed to get out paperwood for his company The attendance nt the Baptist Sun nay school has increased nt lleast 100 per cent po tho pasfor Rev W S Rouey informs uswtitle the church attendance botu morning aud night Iraq also greatly increased Dr S K Davidson the dentist who has been at Tipfonville on his regular fall trip will be home in Hiqkinan ready for business V his old stand over I Cowgill CowgiHs drug store Monday morning NovprnberUJ Tho Blue Wing Hunting and Fishing Club of Nashville and Chattanooga returned from Reelfoot lake Sarurday and left on the night train for home All report a good time and much sport hunting and llslilng both being good Mrs Allison Tyler left Wednesday on a few days visit to her sister in Mum phis She goes from Memphis to her old home at Newborn where Mr Tyler will join her and Fpnnd Sunday with her parents after which they will reo turn to Hickman to reside permanently Owing to our inability to get suffi cient help the Courier goes to its readers this week in a condensed form Eight pages lis tho regulation number but for the above reason we could get out but six this week Vo hope to remedy matters before another week rolls around The following ladies and gentlemen IH IHattended the conferoncn in Fulton Sunday Mr and MM J T Stephens Mr L antMrs O C Smith and son Frank Mrs Alice Aroberg and MefeH Chester i Bondurnt Will Helm Finloy Randle rw EqdieFnnua Ciy I Brick for sale Cowgill Oowgill Use Sunshine Flour none buttor In view of the fact that congress is in session the broncho buster may find that his job of transforming the isthmus of Panama into a republic is rather a heavy one Mr and Mrs O B RndcbanRU of Union City came up on tho Smoker Let Tuesday and left on the evening train Whiln hero they visited Mr and Mrs Dick leler and other friends The editor and his wife spent Sunday in Fulton visiting our bettor halfs mother who is recovering from a severe and prolonged illness of typhoid forShe iis able to sit np and to take nourishment and her complete rt covery is now but + mutter of time Giles B Bond resident manager of the RichmondBond Oil mills Wont to his home in Chattanooga last week suffering from what is believed to be an attack of typhoid fever No word has been received as to his con dition since he left which is taken as an indication that he is improving In his absence John S Dillon is acting as manager unit also performing his regular duties as bookkoopcr Landlord Durham of tho LaClfdc hits had a force of painters paperhangers and decorators at work for the past tun days repainting and repaper ing a number of roiins Nothing wuich will add to tho comfort of patrons is overlooked or left undone by the thoughtful hot of the LaOledo and Its utfurts in tats line are grwitly appreciated as is shown by the largely increased patronage tho hotel is enjoying It is one of tho biwt hoallerius in Western Kentucky Rev II C Johnson will preach his first sermon for this conference year at the Methodist church here next Sunday morning at 11 oclock Ho will ako preach at 7 p in and will he present at Sunday school at 1130 a m HroI Johnson iis considered one of tho best preachers in the Memphis confidence and has served the full four year lurm at Lenox church Memphis whore he was much beloved A large attendance is desired especially of the members of the church Postmaster Stephens informs us that u new ruling of the dopartmem compels him to+ close tho lobby ut the postoilko on Sundays holidays nUll rights whou the iusido olllce is left unoccupied lul compliance therewith the entire oillco will huieaftur be closed at iiighls and all day on Sundays and holidays ox copt one and one half hours in the morning and moo hour alter the arrival of the afternoon train The people will save thineelvl s cunnidurable ache VWIIUHulrher tur t WAy +g it + t point to bo at tho otlicw Sunday within the time specified as no one will bo permitted to enter after thu doors hive been closed A postoflice inspector who was hero last week informed Mr Stephens that the ordor would have to he complied with and that tho depart I went at Washington would not over loot any violations of the same A Debow Sr attec led conference at Fulton Sunday but he nearly missed it sawing spent the greater portion of the day at delightful Padncah Junction He took advantage of the ninny hours wait he experienced there to visw all the surrounding country and expressed himself as highly gratified with tho result It may not be generally known that Paducah Junction is growing but it is a fact Since onrlast visit a crew of truck graders has been added to the population and tho town is now classed among the progressive and growing ones and it is not improbable that u boom will strike her If she dont wach out We also have spout many a pleasant four and live hour stay iu this interesting town and congratulate Mr DolJow upon his good fortune Will Harris of the firm of Gordon and Harris of Fulton who was stricken with paralysis three weeks ago Is reported some bettor Ho has re gained a modicum of intelligence recognizes friends and can speak it termitteutly His entire right sidr however is completely paralyzed and it is not believed that he wilt ever leave hushed alive though his life maybe prolonged indefinitely The remains of Mrs Maggie Buchanan who died at Pembroke Ky near Hop kinsville Monday arrived iu Hickman on the noon train Wednesday and wore interred in the city cemetery later Mrs Buchanan was a daughter of H D Finch or Midrld Beat and WitS about as years of ago She married B C Buchanan nephew of Oil pt II Buchanan but the couple separated after living a year or more together To this union a daughter Ruth was born who iis now about 8 years old After leaving the bend deceased wont to Pembroke where she had property interests and resided there until her death from appendicitis Deceased was well known in Hiokman years ago and is remembered by many people yet residing lucre The funeral arrange ments were made by Captain Buchanan and Undertaker Barrett superintended the interment Notice to Woodmen All members of Elm Camp No3 W O W are requested to bo present at their meeting on next Wednesday nignt Nov 25 Business of importance let every member be on hand G L CARIKMKR C Ct DESERTED WIFE AND BABE A cruel case of wife desertion took plarp iu liickmun two Wtfoks ago A barber named Alex IjpjHlsley who had lioon workin for Frank Minims for Severalwetks making gNl aorJWednesday leuvinz behind t wife and three weeks old bah+ wholly nnprovi led for Whore he wont no one knows and he hits not yet lenl heard frollJ Last IFriday S D Lutes circulat ed u petition nlitonoil r rener ns citizenst and enough money was raised to send the unfortunate wife and little one to her relativest i in Padncah Her household effects were packed by sympa thetic followoher Endsley spent most of his earnings for Fink it is said and on this Recount lost his position here He left no wordeven with his wife as to his destination but dropped out ofsight leaving his dependent ones to get along the heat way they could Mrs Kndidey iis a very respectable woman and deeply feels the odium that has bets cost upon her by the humiliating actions of her worthless spouse She is from 1aducai originally it is believed rind is of good family Endsley is a member of the oarbers union and this body has been notified of the shameless desertion of wife and babe Lone of its members What action it will take cannot be forecasted but a man who com mits such an offense as this should be ostracised from the society of nil selfrespecting tarn h clOU and Ten Days Thu above is the verdict rendered by a jury Tuesday afternoon in juartfily court in thu raise of thu Commonwealth against Lando Murphy charged withi rinlittiug tutu local option laws Murphy together with his partner Perry WitS arrested Suurday night a week ego by Sheriff Carpenter at their shack in Nest fiickutitn The follow jog Monday when the case way galled a CUtilitiiMUM WUM Kruuluil 4UG11ur day of tins week Murphy being placed under u 80100 bund and Perry under ftfJU Fur n time they were unable to furnish uecassary sureties and went to jail but were eventually bailed out bv the Cook Brewing Co Much interest vii manifested when the case was culled Prosecutor llem ley wits assisted by lion R T Tyler who was relentless in the handling of the defense witnesses some of which uudor Mr Tylers skillful handling became first rate witnesses for the prosecution W S Jackson defended the accused The case occupied the larger portion of the day and was gived to the jury at J80 They retired for deliberation and the hrst ballot said guilty as charged Some little timo was required to settle upon the pnnisbineut to be meted out but all finally agreed on n 100 tine and a heutenco of ten duty in jail An appeal was taken and accused released on his same bond of 150 The jury was a representative ono nllemouaItallzur K C Rice Bowdy Moore and T A Ledford There are two other charges of tho same kind against Murphy and Perry one of which charging Iwth with a violation will bo tried next Tuesday Hecoption A brilliant reception was meld Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr nUll Mrs J II Millett in honor of C B Kingman of Dayton Ky brother of tho hostess The guests comprised twelve couples all congenial spirits and friends of tho honoree After a time spent in social intercourse a lunch game was proposed tho clover loaf score cards distributed and the game proceeded It was fraught with much pleasure anti all seemed to enjoy it thoroughly The prizes were won by Miss Nellie Rogers and Dr J M Hub bard the former a pair of embroidery scissors and the Iletter a sterling silver paper knife At ten oclock delicious refreshments were served at the card tables and were joyously partaken of by ill present Those who attended were W H Baltxer and wife YoC Johnson and wife O B Travis and wife A M Tyler and wife R ji Isler and wife Ed Prtther and wife Dr r M Hubbard and wife Harry Ellison and wife Ed fcllison and wife H N Cowgill Pit wife Thomas Dillon and Mrs Moimlioy J H Millett stud MISS Nellie Rogues O B Kingman and Mrs bangle Kinsman The mascots of the eveuug were vaster Harry Millett and lttle Miss Thelma- nlt ert agtl pcw4 ones they were i k Plat of W S2 T t ELLISONSAddition to West HickmanI j without a doubt the choicest bit of property in or ThisI Addition 3lfjai Hickman It is an ideal spot for the building and making of it home Thfl progress of our town is westward and this property will soon double in value For an investment there is not a better real estate propo osition in the state of Kentucky Besides being a beautiful site for residences it has an excellent locution for an industrial enterprise and is about 15 minutes walk postofliceAll should be addressed and applications for further information made to w s ELLISON I Hickman K SCHOONER PASSES DOWN RIVER Tho Night Hawk a largo two masted schooner passed down the river this week It had ou board a pleasure parly consisting of Louis Racine his two sons Philip and Henry Ed Blish and William Uuth The party left Racine Wia Oct 10 came through tho Chicago canal and dovn tha Illinois find Mississippi rivers having stopped at many points on the way to hunt and Hih they were taking u leisurely jonrney but when the cold wave Rtrnck them they decided to accelerate their speed toward a warmer clime It is their intention to reach Mobile Ala soma lime in the winter The schooner Is n lake vessel formerly used in the fruit trade ou Lake Michigan It is 411 feet over decks has a 13 foot beam and a cabin 13 feet long The masts tower to a height of JM feet Philip Raoino is the captain of the craft he being the only practical sailor iu the party STATE LINE LOCALS v Worth Bnt field and wife attended onferonce in Fulton last Friday Mrs Molianiol left Wednesday to visit relative in Swiath Mo D Ot Maddox spent another Sunday ip Dresden TeenI fThe bird law is out ard Thanksgiving j ia approaching so quails and turkeys are beginning to look shv coons and I tooIV Z a j LIFE PLANTtiid youngjustblood medicine It cures all diseases arising from impure Q1 positiveYO i cure for l Rhou atisCCltaX tk- OxQt la Rd1rttd61f3Z Builds tip tho system and makes new life makes the cheeks ruddy step elastic body strong and Ma KPN the IILOOD YOUNf2 HEAD THE EVIDENCE w Mrs Susan Lewton of Jlalvern Ohio writes I had rheumatism for one year and a considerable portion of the time 1 was so bad I could scarcely walk My ankle was so swollen a great deal of the time I could scarcely got on my shoe My limbs were numb and I sat lured continually I tried a great many remedies but was unable to get relict until I tried LIFE PLAJTT I took four bottles and was entirely cured It is a great remedy Life Plant Co Dear SirI write this as an open letter and for the benefit of those withRheumatismnot dusts them and most of the time I was confined to my room I tried most everything that was prescribed or recommended to me but nothing seemed to help me I was finally induced lo try LIFE PLANT After taking one bottle I was able to be around I have np to this time taken three bottle and I feel as well and free from rheumatism nnyJTrustingthutrheumatim yourstrulyMarch 1 1902 Get the BEST FIRST Life Plant is the best Get it QUICK Manufactured by TilE LIFE 1 IAXT co Canton Ohio x For sale by the Ellison Mercantile Co f 1 h aA J o1 I I t t1 1 rir j a t I I I wc w4 iiw j- I it 1- 1ya f i Gv L 7 A1 7 lJ Li t J M 4 rht Y L iL i c 4li li 4 ICj rIi jL = rr J L UIL tlLlLlIin rq J 1IfqJI If L r= ri 1J lnrL1TrroU 1r11J mJf rtr IJ I Goods that SatisfyaThats the strength of the store Whatever you get here satisfies We buy with discrimination and good judgment and our patrons are pleased because they get whit they want We sell goods as cheap as we can We do not sell cheap goods as makebelieve bargains We claim that paying too little for a thing is worse than paying the right price You not only in the end lose what you have paid but you get nothing good in return Good quality remains long after the price is forgotten h I f MILLINERY We bought this week a drummor s out fit bf samples readytowear dresfe and strjist hats no two of which are alike These hats were bought at a grout sacri fice Ivhu you will get the benefit of it Gome early and get your pick i In Cildrexis Hats we are and1wellout assortment of Baby Gaps and Hoods W cannot bo equaledl in Hick man s 1ire large business we are enjoying in 4 f this Sind P roves conclusivel that our i Prices are Right z d d t ITS BEDTIMEc That iSt its tune to get your winter bedding especial blaii Pets good warm ones To 2ieg lect doing so may mean an allwinter coldfind may be dt doctors bill There is a superior qual ffityto our blanKets and comforts which makes t them the best bedding values obtainable in Hick 104 cotton fleeced Irrrblankets white grey and tan 114 cotton fleeced blankets II white rdd and gray 1 1 I Extra hdlrv gray 125 and 1J0 Wool blankets gra JII and white2Otra wool II pink crown borders and 65c and 75c 125 blankets to 4iOO ijllE 1i5111all blankets white with blue 500 to I1000 III Bed comforts all kinds from 75c to x+ 250 u Wraps for WintersI Chilling BlastsI lection womens ample Ladies fitting prices without Beavers Tiidier lfiiitat y Coats lcntl Misses Childrens j Warm Winter Wraps Misses close fitting in j Covert cldths colors 1 brown Misses eflVets in shades both i and fancy wraps needs many would other long t J black tan range HInd and J all i t or I in i I i Hens Boys vlicll shown cannot ij 1 CLOTHING i A p Isnt it we are not advertising 15 1G oO of newsbecausey it i 1 0 forr1 Ofti v wo it when we say buy a tendollar from us your 4 nuistbourtendollarf many illandwear suits to 15 or excellence of a thoroughness of workmanship and IothelI J No store in Hick man has such a col of no so As the comparative size and yaliptyof the stock it be for you who need a to as by stores Jfirst It is to have choosing buying a garment that apt to Serve for a time olo1 e 1 blue and front Ldies Box Conts with or lars Meltons Zibi lenos in and the most wrap made at red green blacK 250 400 threefourths ZIbilenes Broadcloths positively comfortable 1400 piotsir and iackets ibilines 250 750 Box Coats military leading lain get 1G store to is with and 5 col tan C te t j the 250to 0000 Childrens Jackets Miifht to twelve years old Falncy braids buttons long coats with without Iand collars all shades and from to Infants Jackets long cloaks braided embroidered 35o to 1i that suit clothes because nfe Isnt that you suit you suits here that leastire Our cut up more possess OIi well wrap visiting well whim jlekts trimmed materials to to to to canes and and 250 always wiffn YOU 8125 Childrens y3 88 j I 1 NOVELTIES AND BELTS I We have a largeI consignment of the newest nOVI i citiesI i rU ESEThe latest in white ml andall i colors with leather and chain handles fitted upwith mirrors and bottles 1 iANCY STICK PINS crossbones and halls 1 HOLTS in ipatent leather black redand white also silk belts hack and front tickles and straight front effects I HAJ I and pins in the latest de signs and the new PUFF comb that takes the place of the rat Winteri Underwear Our stock of underwear for each member of the family is not surpassed in size variety or I values by any store in II ink man Whatever I you need you can come hero confident of get ting it at as low a price as it can be sold for Mens heavy fleecelined and i j underwear ill ecru j and all fluky colors per garment liens fine camels hair and natural wool I ij shirts and drawers plain j and jersey ribbed t garment i omen a lersev rinner k fleece plied union suits high neck and long sleeves Womens b heavyweight fleecelined vests anti pants 50c and tyII 1 ii V omens jersey ribbed natural wool nil suits perfect fitting v er garment Childrens jersey ribbed and vests and pants QSO cfc litwdII Boys heavy fleece lined underwear and jersey ribbed all sizes Jper garment Boys UhiJdren1s heavy union suits at Soc and50c flepceciII We have the choicest and largest selections of end Overcoats have ever been here and at prices that be duplicated in this city and we guarantee fit andsatisfaction 0 Mens Refreshing refreshing Worth Refreshing doioverstocked refreshing moneys refreshing yourselves 545E lately received RHOMBS unsanitary cottonribbed r f Mens and Youths OVERCOATS i in all tthe lately introduced ideas including the BELTED BACK emit Wo have them ent extra long ill tin lOx back or the medium length oatH They are made in all the most approved overcoat materials including nobby Scotch c4hov jOts in the gray and oxford shades also plain black Irish Our coats for men range in price and value from 5 to 18 the line at 125O and 1E5 being especially strong and like our suits every cc at iis uaranlood to give good wear or monoy ro funded FOR YOUTHS vo show front l Yo 750 corresponding in excellence and styli to mens coats enough fashioned distinctively for young inIl s wear u 50c I 2e 35e I S5c 44c JOe IIjPJ COo the SI50 I fleeee soy I Misses and Como loose frieze coats i 1 r SMZTX I AMBERGi- sI l an IV N 4 SaY t ii Ii