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almost become an epIdemic if not quite so The warbling of the froglet i borne upon the breeze the inn I sic of the songbird lingering on our ears the tuftlet of he- grasslet coating through 1m j leaves the gulling of the jug pt j with its bottom raised on high J all remind us gladly that refreshing I spring is nigh parcels Post or the carrying of small packages by mail whereby the farmer and those living at a distance Train large cities cangetsgoods delivered cheaply is farmapaperslfit goes into effect its advantages will be similar to the Rural Free Delivery Its 9nlyI antagonists seem to be the ex press companies as they will be compelled fQ carry packages cheaply or Idso a vast amount of patronageWhile crossing the N C St L railroad between Woodland Mills and State Line a buggy containing Mrs Mat tie Maddox and her little son raid Nina Maddox was overturned throw ing the occupants onto the rails Mrs Maddox was rather seriously injured fainting from the con cussion of the fall Miss Nina sustaining contusion of one of her hips and is still suiFerius froinpts effects It was at first t thought that Mrs Maddoxs lit s tsIe sops spine was seriously in jured but at this writing he is suffering no bad effects from the accident A rolling stone gathers no m ss but upon second thought w t0 wants to gather mcs it1 1 decaysll timber in damp places and al u yj strenms that go laughing rolling gad tumbling on to increase the v1 jf f11 i t volume cttno larger stream while tluj noss on its banks re mains stfibijiury the same green that dht1l1UlSlwd it rollIug at trous isa thing ofe b arijfiidl td 9ingcoin i tbiS t1tk yr rl I Pffiffl rffisiig noxious atmosphere moss would J I Iinsoon hide its luster The moral 1 plainly evident keep rollingI and you will always keep bright meeting bodies that have a tendency to brighten you Lie still and the muss of neglect willu cover you amlijou willi 1 1 be forgot ten AIIAGON HUNTING LAWSL iMErJDED A bill introduced by Kopre jSentaHve llar rove amending the nonresident hunting law so to give reciprocity b tweel1J jlthejjl asseirtblyilast Friday without ut dissenting voice The bill was introduced primarily to enable niinrods in this state upon a payment ofa nominal license fee iil of fifty cents to hunt at will on 1 Reellfoot Lake mid other points in Tennessee but of course ap 1 plies to all other sections Its eiiActment into a Jaw will prove of vast benefit to Relfont lake j and will result fn a great influx of sportsmen during the hunting seasons The law as it has been in Ken J tucky enforces payment of ahIIcenso fee of 2JsiLfqr nonresidenb hunters and the laws of Tennessee provides that the license fee charged by each state to nonres idents shall be charged to citjtc Zeus from each state hunting in Tennessee Kentucky charged t nonresidents t25 for the privi lege of taunting within her t bounds therefore Tennessee charged Kentuckians 25 for hunting in Tcnnesse h lhe billj introduced by Mr Hargrove j makes tho nonresident hunting license 50 cents therefore TenjII nessee will charge Kentuckians hut 50 cents for the privilege of hunting within her borders IJ In the neighborhood of Hick rune the bill if it becomes a law I will be hailed with delight usI it virtually removes all restraint I from our hunters and giyosfhem111 1 a free hand to hunt at vt ill in either state upon payment of 50 1of1 1 I MOTHEUS LISTEN j Protect jour bogie from that dreads- disertsocroup tj by applying Paracampll freely and Riving ten to tit teen dmpstn j I terually Pltracutuptr is safe and t 1 iiIi doe not contain any cocaine opium i j eoor chloroform It isvinothers remed l dttly in the year Lek Ii CRYSTAL MiasKosa Huff will begin sI1 three months term public SRh df Atitiooh Monday 1IMrs s 1who was vef f1ck r istltuclrmpr0v and11Ui d4 lltll arrn mtbehind with their work din are as a class growhrs 1 Service at Mt Olive was well attended last Sunday there being people from Clayton Ire t and Woodland vicinities present Mrs Minnow Clear iif very low wftn pneumonia und At present her recovery is doubtful Its hoped however she will be vo stored to health again Tho Baptist church at this on lust meeting lay issued challenge to their Methodist for a public debate in nenr future They have not yet accepted the challenge News is source and newsgath ering irksome so If we wereed tors we would have to issue blanks or suspenlpublication- either of which would he de lightful to our burdened retailers After some very cold disagree able weather in these diggins the suns rays luive come out the days gotten warmer and balmy as r if anticipating the near approach of spring causing a dis carding fif furs lad overcoats and a demand fort nnn sete etc RE1oitrrhlt V CAYCE IJoraae Bcttorsworth v stl1 town Monday t Miss Lucy Afiirfhisnn 15 oil the sick list this week Mrs Nichols was the gust1 of Mrs Kate peeves Tuesday Mary Alice Johnson 1 spent Sunday with Bessie Johneoli 1Dr and Will Naylor lui e hud phones put in this week i I Dr Lou Naylor went to Hicli man Monday on busirtoas Miss May me Naylotf sprig Sunday with Miss Mary Naylor Mr Carroll of Kenton ifov oilocetfpiesl ins Miss Clara ilcCoiinaU iisjijjWl guest of Miss JarhU son riteTOll1j lll t become On ice residents tta- glad to welcome them into pli I l happyiuitli i yskBwlle Johnson entertain SaturdayplttMiss Annie Johnson is still on Jte sick lIst llolie sliO7pl s m- f v 1 1 rtt IAy morniny- c Miss Pauline Cunningham en tertained a few invited guests Thursday night last Our pastor Rev T Cl Lowery Is entertaining his father and mother this week Walter Oliver was in town Suhila night it is hoped that 1lib did not have to walk home 1 tlhla I Misses Clara MuOlellan and undone Cunningham were the rt tests of Miss Nina McClellan Sunday tPror Morris began his singing pool at Ebenezer on Monday p grantpiMrs John Craig and sonof tJovington Tenn attended this ndNaylorLnnclerdnle are guests of MrsrS A Juhnson Mrs Eugene Naylor and chil Irea came over Sunday to at tend the ma rriage of Dr Lout Korlpr and Miss Clara Lauder dale i Nearly all of our progressive farmers arouiid Cayce now have phores in their homes and we hear gossipgftlore over the lines l hay only say good things however YIOLKT MSCAROLINE MIMMS Mrs Caroline Minims the old est and most widely known lady in Wesroni Kentucky liedat Clinton last Thursday night at tIt ge of 92 years She waf a remarkable woman in many re speats and reUiined her mental acuteness up to a short time ago Shehtul a wonderful memory When her parents came down the Ohio river in JS1G she was a child of live but she remember I ed stopping at Blenncrhassett Island and visiting the scene made historic by Aaron Burrs connection with it She was born the year of the great earthquake which sank great bodies ot land in the Mississippi valley and created Ktfelfoot lake The same year 1811 the histor ic Richmond Ya theatre fire cc icurred iin which Gov Smith lost his life Lieut jov Minims the father of her husband thus became governor of Virginia He afterwards moved to Eddy yule where he died t RUSH CREEK Whenever wetake arip abroad Through roads so rpHgh and muddy We aVfruys find iti rind stSay1VIw Some worth lon sayst sOhrist s illV r dconI 1 If a J Tyler Davis caC7trtClinton Friday and enjoyed be ing with parents and young companions I Mrs Maggie Ramsey withl 1 her little daughter Sue Davis is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Davis News is very scarce indeed the newsmonger having lost his power to please and the times are exceedingly dull Miss Mildred McGehee enter tained her young friends Satur day evening There were pretty girls rnd the nicest of beaux in- attendance i Our letter is prepared before the wed ling which into occur at Cayce therefore we will wait for the correspondent at that place to write details We will merely state that our congratulations ire extended to the groom and we wish for his bonnie bride the life of a never waning honeymoon We are anxiouslyawaitin the elimination of the various mud neighboring have come to stay and the feminine element ofhumanity is just too timid to venture out alone for fear of becoming a bit stuck up It is alright and proper to be so when one takes the notion to be but it is far from being pleasant when one is compelled to jump out into the mud soil ing dainty boots etc When a woman feels that she looks a fri ht she really becomes one for she cannot retain the elegant poise so peculiarly fascinating STATE LINE v J JC Roper was quite sick last week but has recovered IMr5 Mary Hunt of Trenton wlib has bell visiting relatives at this place returned home last MondayD Deuberry of Greenfieldl J Tenn spent several days with his daughter Miss Dora Deu berry who has been quite 111 Mrs Belle Maddox has been suffering several days from the painful accident of breaking a needle off in her hand The doc tor has probed for it but as yet withoutiindijigit DO Maddox Who is teaching w Rte 1 a spring school at Sylvan Shade attendanceand tllargerellrQl1mentdurin the weather improves Quite a serious accident befell Miss Nina r Lee frJllc ICai dWrs Lr1UiOiI 1 they started totiio c therailroh olTStateline road the horserfelK 1r bugtroy t itIwas with difficulty that they dx tricated themselves from the wreck None were crippled and they are reported to have quite recovered from their bruises It was very sad for us to have to part for this life with our well neighborMrsof pneumonia and was interred at Poplar Grove cemetery Sun day afternoon funeral services conducted by Eli Shelbourne of Union City Zt4 i THE WEATHERS r W T1 March weather set in with a vengeance Thursday mpriiiug at about 330 Signs of an impending storm were visible Wed nesday night and the clouds gathered thicker and blackerun til they culminated in shutting off every ray of light from the full moon that decorated the heavens A strong southern wind rose which gradually shift ed to the west and then about westnorthwest and rain fell in torrents The days previous to yesterday were all that could be desired being perfect spring weather and for that reasoniperhaps the sudden change was felt the more- Whether R or not any damage attached to the wind couldnot be ascertained but none was done in the city It was believed by many however that the storm had lost its force ere it reached us t Literary Circle The Literary Circle meets next Wed nesday afternoon with MlM Jessie Out ten Subject James Wbiteomb RI- ley Biographical SketchMr r JW Pow ell v Reading = cTbe Dream Child Mrs Alice Amberg r RocitationThat Old Sweetheart of Mine Miss Virginia ImteH KeadingrFrmer Whipple Bach lor MLw Maybelle Futma r Sunshine loar lfie ejl 1 iill f- R t l 4 I II r 4- l LOOK AT THIS 4 Il J Al t in tt J + 110 C T I l I t1 OO yaraso nI6e anew H mbergIt 1 atxworth 20c 4 rJin r 500 yards worth 25 cents per yd j at I 500 yards 30c per yardl euI h fh at 4 ReJ t i Wyaifls Liglit Spring Percales worth 10c at S 1 300 ads best quality worth 11212cat lOe 15c 20c4 I These are extra bargains tha- thave I 1 placed on bargain counter with t 4 lines Dont fail to see them 4- A H C AMBERG 4 t i T1fTTT TTTTTTTT T I C 111 I IfI1tIh mftll V1 fr4 ii fgiocmanf x9 C t T I Buy Cotton seed mealand 1 hulls if you want your cow to J give good rich milk from t which you can make first it iibutter They are put up in x easyII x them i If you want COTTONSEED for plant ing buy them early We have some for sale at 150 per 100 pounds- RICHMONDBOND CO J r t KYtIIt i THE HICKMAN COURIER MRS GEO WARREN DIVRS MAGGIE ELLISON 55roprss i e GEO WILSON Lessee and Editor r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY r The Fulton commercial says its readers expect something more dignified in its columns than epithets and pet names but the fact that such expectations l never have been realized and t never will be until there a change of editors There are many and varied manufactured articles which are advertised possess more or lets leavening qualities but the thing that agitates us most just now the getting hold of some sub stance that will raise the price we can get the flour to leaven Py Sheriff callahan and Attorney ti French conspicuous figures in the defense of Jett and White at their trial for the murder of Jas leave been indictedI b Marcum by r tte Harrison county grand jury li II ti I 7c Se i other class I E W is is to is so on a charge of subornation of perjury There has long been a suspicion throughout the state that these men were more or less implicated in that tragedy and they now have a chance to clear themselves of that suspicion If they are innocent their trialI can result in nothing but vindi cation August W Machen late gen eralsuperintendent of the rural free delivery division of the pos office department G E Lorenz of Toledo Ohio and S A and D B Groff of Washington D C were found guilty of postal frauds last Friday and each was sentenced to a term of two years imprisonment and to pay a line of 10000 If they do nothin else these sentences will for a time act as a deterrent upon oth er unscrupulous officials who have as yet remained undiscovered The Columbus Critic prints a column of as base and infamous lies about the Courier as were ever concocted and winds up by daring us to publish them All wtr have to say to you Mr Critic f L is that if yju still maintain that your deductions are correct you care the biggest most unprincipled n prevaricator in the state of Kentucky We do not propose to be wilfully and maliciously lied about by anyone much less by such a scorpion as Walker gAfterw ers will not be permitted to carry packages other than those whit come through the mails An in lj crease insalary of 120 per year L is given in lieu of this privilege i and is intended to cover any loss l sustained by the carrier The I j taking away of this privilege however discommodes the piiblijf more than the carriers and who j the reason for such an arbitrary I ruling could be cannot be sur frequentI wield the editorial pen of the Fulton Commercial graciously a utters to help the editor of tlferr j Courier to Jbe somebodrtt opinioni I i t there could no doubt be an im provement the specimens of his handiwork in helping others to be somebody compels us to re spectfully decline the proffered aid Our aspirations seemingly have different bpntsii The bill introduced in the lower house of the generalassembly by Representative Hargrove so amending the hunting laws that nonresidents may hunt within the state upon payment of aII license fee of 50 cents is one which the citizens here have long needed The exorbitant fee of r25 charged to nonresidents has prevented many of our citizens from hunting at lleelfoot InlteI as the Tennessee laws provide that nonresident hunters shall pay the same fee in Tennessee as e is charged to nonresidenW y their respective states for iiil a egestIrhu Kentl4dfrt- be permitted to hunt 11- nblr i see upon payment of 50 centqjer I year to the clerk of any comity in that state The Fulton Commercial editor I does not teem to be much of anl admirer of the style in which the Courier exposed the hand of Pul ton concerning the passage of the Bargrove Bill We dont knoiti j as we can blame him much as the truth sometimes hnrts and in this instance it seems to have reached a vital spot The spite 1pments in the Courier two weekS iago l work of Fulton were plain facts which to this good day fray not been refuted In reply to those statements the editor ofItll e Commercial turning upon tHem responsible for the exposeliki nondescript editors when caught in their nefarious work by tieir intended victims made a erv scurrilous personal attack ujoiif the editor of the Courier fl mt we replied in kind was not tt be wondered at and if the poor 1 Idf gentleman of the Coumer ialv feels that he has been handled somewhat roughly he has no Le to blame but himself Before admonishing others as to whIwhen and with whom to pck their quarrels he should fjst learn to govern himselfnd es i offsome very unpleasant experiiU ces f Fulton now realizes that fie made a fatal mistake when blen disregarded the will of the pt0 pIe of the county and by s toJitin and misrepresentation enginera ed the passage of the HargnLe bill No better evidence ttit such is the case is needed film to peruse the columns of the FtlccItston papers Their efforts to ric oncile Cayce to their iniquity work are truly pathetic and shjw to what straits the town is ikt ink cer Cajfcehasl r position on this question and he r for I 11honeyed I w Ii tt t t he ineasething more to do with Fulton The countys position as against tie town of Fulton is solidified and made impregnable by the recent statement of Mr Ayres to the effect that if he Imd not one down in defeat Hickman uld not now be gnashing her eth The import of these ids rectknow what prompted them we do know that they will unite and liold together the entire county ill its opposition to Fulton Rest assured that Cayce will not be Swung into line by citing the fact that the Hargrove bill was passed in a spiiit of revenge T H Lov lace one time editor of the Courier has lost his pcsi tion with the Fulton Leader and will soon leave for Washington He could not refrain from taking parting shot at the Courier however by giving publicity to the Columbus Critics infamous lies to the extent of the papers circulation Lovelace was in a position to know and did know that the Critics statements are utterly without factand his publication of them was done in a spirit of spite Ever since his second and final discharge from the Courier he has held an rout inary grievance against the proprietors of this paper holding them responsible for his incom petency He has not hurt the Courier by his many despicable backbiting tricks but instead he has revealed to time community which tolerates his citizenship- a mind so narrow und a principle- so infinitely small that they are barely visible under the microscope In his present conditioni is to be pitied more than con defined and for that reason the editor of the Courier has refrains from roasting him as his actions merit Lovelace is yet young man with much to learn but his greatest trouble is that tltiI1jHHhim grow into a useful member of society but it will require a little study some association with men and considerable emu lation on his part to bring about such an evolution We hold no animosity against Lovelace and would be pleased to see him get a job and hold both it and his tongue not for the Couriers sake but his own- COUGHED ALL NIGHT QUICkLY CURED BY CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY A few Smithaplaceecame to the store for n cough iiteiiciue says Dr C N 1arnell of Mnplesvillu Ala lie was so hoarse that he could hardly talk and said he had coughed all the night before I sold him a bit le of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and told him if it did not relieve him he might bring the bottle back and get his money I saw him the next morning carrying the bottle to the store where he works and he told me it did him more good than any medicine he ever used For sale by T T Swan ne The Courier job department has this turned out work for Cayce Jor Oakwood Farm Walnut Log Tenn Cairo 111 flopkinsville Icy Woodland MillI s Tennessee and East Prairie Mo besides a considerable amount for Hickmans progres sive merchants Our work speaks for itself When yon want the best in the line of printing call on the Courier Satisfaction guaranteed Lowest pric MR J M ALLEN 109 E Jacob St Louisville Ky says My wife has for some time been troub led with rough hands and tetter After using agent onehalf bottle of Para cam h the trouble has disappeared to her satisfaction I used it ul soon nirsore foot tender from much walking and it gave me great relief Paracamph makes the skin soft smooth healthy Helm Ellison Mrs More Amberg has had some repair work done on her residence on Curroll street and is having a fresh of white paint put on this week appearance is greatly benefitted by the improvements Tobe Wright the West Hlokman gro j wants 11 nnderstood that he is sell 1 groceries cheaper than anyone in Hickmau He is selling seven bars of ling Deal soap for 25c and seven pack ages of Arm and Hammer Brand soda 25c All other goods in proportion you want bargains in groceries call Tobe Wright the West Hickman H J4Ie1 S I i i e eII IITUI IS LEAP ARiii iII And we will be very glad tollaveIIyou ask us questions ab I niture of any kind for the home iiAND THE PRIOEZ r i Ask for it IT WIN We will ido our ucmosb to please you iiBut with goods the to actual back our merits oCII r ments your continual patronage is assured I s I Handsome Line of Funeral Sup iiA always in Stock i BARRETT SHAWI i II- II I 4t 7 See us for all kinds of yrvi t j i riv v IB1 IRISH POTATOES SWEET MILLET and OATS CLOVER TIMOTHY GARDEN SEEDS I ONION SETSI Goods delivered free Telephone 81 Buchanans Corner H L CARPENTER Iio HICKMBN BANK HICKMIAJST KYI Capitall Stock PaidII 0 Surplus and Undivided Profits 2000000 f Having ample Capital a large Surplusconservative managemeat and a strong Board FarmersMerchants E liberalityofconservativebanking j R T TYLER President W C JOHNSON Casliie 0 A HOLUOMBE Vice President S AMBERGAsst Cashier JJ WJ AeJtmas IfJ r SoJ r The ffickinan Grocery and Meat Marketr h i The same old stand have been iii youknow Free Delivery X 7 iV teiidhStT4rr r IJ R St I 1 IIFLASH I THEIII facross1 the world i that it may bel J seen by suffering humanity every w 1 I pilinhiIi where e ii i dfscrni I I erythe world has ever known will I quickly and permanently cure i andii atidriving theyandreplncing it with pure rich blood j DISEASE can not EXIST when the BLOOD is PURE LIFE PLANT 1 1makes it so then nature does her part and disease is soon forgotten in lwulthIi NoPAYr Irs rowPhiladelphia nonthsIvery severe form felt feet were ao badly swollen that tile3 I needlesIdsevere1 to so tvere ns reliefTwobottlestoomuchr MFG ONLY BY THE LIFE PLANT CO t CANTON O n i i 3t For Sale by i ELLISON MERCANTILE Co 1 it CashBDok Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS 1 STATONERNOTIONS r Calland see our Stock Eveiy thing up to late ir i MARY BERENDES Co GAR OTHERS1 ANDteu r NFETII i N R4 t FRSH BREAD AKES ANE- CONFECTIONERIES I uGLINTON STIIEET HICKMAN RENrfTCKY TeJnnhone Numbor 9- 0PICSBURG j COALI ill 1 480r i pieceloadsor advance All amount due upon delivery A2AfIfARIS JROffice at Towel Corner Ii i BUY THE 1 i NKNEI t SEWING MACHINE I I I Do not be deceived by those who ad k vertise a 56000 Sewing Machine for r iIOOO This kind of a machine cani i be bought from us or any of our S00WE MAKE A VARIETY I i THE NEW HOME IS THE BEST j The Feeddeteruinesthe strength or r weakiiiss of Sewing lachmes The Double Fecl combIne with other I i ftronb1oints makes the Sew l too best Sewing Machine to buyOUICII i showing the dlr I off1 t f we mauufeoture prices before purchasing I TIE NEW HOME SEWlRg MAgSIRB 0- ORANCC Ij t MASS 1 1 Jg Union Sq N Y CW oIl1AUanta Oa a StLoal oDaltMTexSaalranelseoCa- 1J v FOIL ALE 1Y I l i AKRETT SHAW Agent rto iv 1 r i ti MAGNIFICERT PALACES rnctu Briefly Stated About the Prla clpnl Kzhllilt Structurcw of the IVorldK Fair The principal exhibit palaces of th Worlds Fair cover an area of 131 acres At Chicago the exhibit build lOgS of the Columbian Exposition de voted to the same purposes covered an area of 828 acres ihls leaves a difference In crca In favor of St Loui it 488 acres Tho Palace of Agriculture is 540 b 1600 feet and covers 20 acres It i the largest exposition structure ovo- ierected for a single department It t ten times the size of Madison Square Garden New York and over twice thes size of the Cathedral of St Peter Cost 550000 The Palace of Horticulture is 800 b 400 feet and covers 7 acres It contain- an 5 immense conservatory for exotl and other decorative and useful plants The main section is devoted to frulta Cost 228000 The Forestry Fish and Game Palace is 300 by GOO feet and rovers 4 acres It stands on a terrace five feet high and is reached by broad stretches of ornate stairs Cost 171000 The Palace of Transjjortation is 559 by 1300 feet and covers about 15 acres The facades show a pleasing adaptation of tho French Renaissance it combines a feeling of a magnificent ex position building and of a highclaw railroad depot Cost 700 000 The Palace of Manufactures is 521 by 1200 feet and covers about 14 acres ri = = =wrs = T OFvARIED It Is of the Corinthian order of archi teciurcl anillacaratLaeeuirauaetotk- main boulevard of the exposition The four main entrances are elaborate ly ornamented with sculpture Cost 720000The Palace of Electricity is GOO oy 700 feet and covers 8 acres It Is a bold columnated treatment of tho Corinthian order The columns arei carried well down toward tho ground to give height to the facades The latter are well accentuated by elevated pediments and tower effects over tho entrances and corners Cost 115000 The Palace of Machinery Is 525 by 1000 feet and covers over 12 acres and cost 000000 H is a model of grace and beauty Two towers 2G5 feet high flank the center pavilion on the north ern front The Palace of Mines and Metallurgy is 525 by 750 foot and covers about 9 acres It differs in style from tho other exhibit palaces The entrance presents Egyptian features but th6 structure as a whole Is an expression of tho modern Renaissance Cost 500000 The Palaeo of Liberal Arts is 525 by 750 feet and covers 9 acres In style of architecture it Is a severe treatment of the French Renaissance for the exterior facades Much sculp ture Is used in the decoration Cost 480000 The Palace of Varied Industries is 525 by 1200 feet and covers about 14 acres It is a columnated design em bodying a treatment of the Ionic order The entrances are elaborate and are richly embellished with sculpture A swinging colonnade on the southern front is the distinctive architectural feature Cost 020000 The Art Palace comprises four struc tures and cost 1000000 The central building Is of brick and slone and Is permanent The two side pavilions which are temporary are of brick with decorative details In staff A special I ITheI and covers five acres The Palace of Education fronts 523 feet on the main thoroughfare and covers 9 acres The first building solelyforarchitecture Is classic with modern modification Cost 350000 Good for the A photographic ScallOnII St Louis Worlds Fair will be sold at prlvI1eguII good i luring the entire seven months or the ji 185 days which the exposition will be open ij IThe Largest Wheel 1 Wheel the biggest revolver ever made having a diameter 1of 300 feet stands on SkInk r road at the St Louis Fair Twentyfive Wftrcalights are installed In the cars L I s I 11 11tCll WEATIIEK+ r Accordbir to hicks Iar11 weather will be stoill1yAn t predIcting severe st0i1ns on th first second and third of Marclj i he says 1 I Ilh next storm period is cen I trnl on the Gth extending fronts 11the 5tli to the 8th The burouKH theyrisingsI in western rports by the fifth and duriiii sfile Oth to 8th inclusive uipr I active disturbances with rain t wind and snow may be expectcj A perceptible softening of th Illj1Jhicand marked storm conditiojj followed iy more rain turniiy to snow northward will be mop natural on and about these dirv8 The Mercury jperiod which is cGIjg trolonl the 20th may precipifnf sleet storms at this period antil threatening Cloudy weather xVill most lik 1 ly be prolonged into tile storm ueriod next following Thunder tstohnfi equinoctiali gales anti tidal waves seismic rhsfurbances all followed March blizzards northward andInII barometersweeijing high cults wave are the things to be looked for at this time General and destructive sleet will be most natural north ard during this Mercury period The 253rdI nod 2ith are central days of are jKtionary storm period On and touching these dates look for re turn of marked storm conditions att tended by heavy rain south ward turning to sleet snow and very disagreeable stormy weather in central and north sections The Vulcan storm period cover ing the last jive days of MnrehIand reaching into April Ininate on the 2Uth oWh anti Ust dangeroustidalin perigree and full as at the 1stJ of the month will intensify seismic shakes tropical storms and blizzards IIOhLIKRS WIPE ELOPES News from Fulton is to the ef fect that Felix Ray a wellknown farmer of the county has eloped with the wife of Birch lloltier and gone to parts unknown The runaway couple went to Fulton late Tuesday afternoon boaditu the southbound I 0 train izAil LMLir1ASyyrL- Mafter I the train hud gone Mrs Ray arrived in pursuit of her unfaithful husband She left on the early morning train for Mem phis where she hopes to overtake her husband and have him arrested She is a highly respect od lady und says she will not live with her husband if she catches himHollier is serving a sentence in the coiyity jail here having been convicted on several charg es of bootlegging and is thus pro vented from going in purauit of his erring wife Since their departure the run aways have been located at Gunter Miss toyhaveICES SHAW SELLS OUT Ben Shaw junior member of the firm of Barrett Ic Shaw fur nitjfrc dealers sold out Monday of This week to MBShaw Thp linn name will still remain the same Ben Shaw bought out Mr i Gill last fall but after several months decided to go into other business What it will be he has not yet decided Mr J3haw is a son of Mrs Fannie Shaw lately returned from Washington j where he was studyinglaw He I is a young man a hustler for business and taken together the t firm should make things hum r Mr Shaw was born and raisedl ij here fail Is known and liked by a all our citizens He possesses the sterling qualities of the true southern gentleman and is tinif formlyI courteous to fill 11F wish him success 1 TUAOHDV AVEUTRD Just in the nick of unto our little boy was saved writs s Mrs W Wet kins of Pleasant City O Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a M terrible cough set in besiaea DuJtors treated him but he grew worse every taj tangslour darling was saved lies now sound I l and well Everybody ought to know Its the only sure cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases Guaranteed by all druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free all rrI I ALFREO G l2J452FIecord 2191This great sire belongs to a trotting family that is second to none He is a prov en sire of fast A1hperfectfeetfrom 207 to 2ijO In his list are the name of some of the greatest horses known to the harness horse world Alfred G will make season of 1904 at my Oakwood Farm 34 miles east of Hickman Ky on the State road at the low price of 25 to insure foal9ftSh with service Money refunded if mare does not foalb E3AlJJ AlTJHandy Amly Ka bay horse eight 8 ears old sixteen 10 hands high anti weighs twelve Hundred 1200 pounds He is a perfect individual with tine disposition There is no where to be found a better combined saddle and harness horse than Handy Ain1ydi To see him is to want one of his colts Terms ten dollars 10 to insure Handy Andy will nuke the Season of 1901 at my Oakwood Farm three and a half niles east ot Hickman Ky1 AMERICAN ECLIPSE NO 405ttAm rican Eclipse is a registered black jack with white points He is by IMPORTED IIEBO This Jack was said by some of the best jack men of Middle Tennessee to have been the fcest jack that had ever been in Middle Tennessee for years He tool the premium at Tulaski wf Ti il 104 uali1PikaIL lrlinc ie novfcnf i i il uul1I In 3 linmlc hn llAterije standard tail weigl t j crnd =II hkastiiehertdtear one lar muscle Ile please all who see hun AmerIcan Eclipse will make the season of 1904 at my Oakwood Farm three 4 rand a half miles east of Hickman KyIn the State road Terms 10 to insure snares 20 to insure jennets Corr s ondence Solicited Pedigrees on Application Ii R A TYLER Prop r TT TTers Rates iISoutheast Missouri Arkansas Louis ff hum null Texas LAND OF CHEAP HOMES a f The elates are Jan 19 Fob 2 anti 16 March 1 maid 15atpril 5 said 19 iriio rate iis a little more than halt faro one way or round trip holy is the time to get a home o 1 yjpur own while land Js cheap The Southwest offers the greatest induce Cfluableclimutefgrowing seasons cheap cost of living Land that will grow corn wheat oats clover alfaltu cotton fruits and 4 descriptioneautoff 23 per acre owing to location soil and improvements fl1iko advantaged some of the above dates and see this great country for yourself If you will write us where you want o go we will tell you t he oilier cost of your ticket and send vou majjs des criptivu literature and help you to lied suitable location I Write today to iV C PEEL It D P At i Cotton Bolt Route Memphis Tenn ORE V TTutTct GPl IitA Cotton Jolt Route ST LOUIS MO MOKK UIOTS 1 Disturbances of strikers are not nearly f individual disorder ofas grave as art the system Overwork tOssof sleep nervous tension will tshvuys be follow l by utter collapse unless a reliable feemedy is immediately employed There I to cure disorders BitItOI8tneddriuP for run down systemQ I dispelS uervODSues3 rheumatism and I neuralgia and expels malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed i drpggists IIt 10 FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Oliixfcosx Sbre t 3iok aX y Absolute Safety is the BasisI Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee ice solicit ypur patronage CashierfH BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS II UUUHAXAX J J C BOXniJUAXT u It TIIKEIKELl J W ALEXAXIIKK It H ISLEK T A LEDFUKI llr J M HUUBAKD HICKMAN MARBLEI rB7ISII WORKSProp TOM DILLON Saccruor to H C RngedecdJI MonumentkaURBIN GrSTONE WORK of nil Kindt i Iii IRON FENCING Eriokman Xv WANTEDSeveral persons of charnc erund good roputatiou in each state one in this onnty required to present aud advertise old established wealthy business house of solid linancial stand iugt Salary feilOO weekly with expens os additional all payable in cash direct iccgIlIor8cessary Reference enclose selC address ed envelope Colonial 332 Dearborn St Chicago Mrs Mose Amberg has lint some ro pair work done on her residence on Carroll street and is having a fresh coat of white pamt put on this week Its appearance IB greatly benetitted the mpIofemeuti bytt A j w RONEY IOVWER Hickman It Settlements and divisions of estatest i Office in the Powell Corner t HoDDins nomas Tyler AttorneysatLaw Office over Hickman Bank t of ft 1 Dragging Pairis 2325 Keeley St CHICAGO ILL Oct 2 1902 I sufferedwith falling and con gestion of the womb with severe pain through the groins I suf fered terribly at the time of men struation had blinding headaches and rushing of blood to the brain What to try I knew not for it f seemed that I had tried all and failed but I had never tried Wine of Cardui that blessed remedy for 5 pleasantto j the right medicine New blood seemed to course through my veins f and after using eleven bottles I j was a wellwoman JSirs Bush is now in perfect health because she took Wine of l irdui for menstrual disorders bearing down pains and blinding headaches when all other remedies failed to bring her relief Any sufferer may secure health by tak ing Wine of Cardui in her home The first bottle convinces the pa tient she is on the road to health For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Te- nn1NINEGARDUI I I FREE FREEl I TO ALL rfnI1ilrI eh i I I I SIP I iPJeFS J I Society Dinners Imported Japanese napkins with purchases of1 A A B AND AN RN Y TI 1 T I 7L MO COFFEE Try a pound and you will use no other LEDFORD RRNDLE I TIME OF TRAINS AT 1 UNION CITY North Boned No2 Leaves daily 11 33 a m No 4 Leaves t 1240 a m No 12 Leaves Keek Jays 180 p m 4 Sonth Bound 1 No 1 Leaves daily 3T3p m I aNo 8 Leaves 385 a in o15Leaves wle day mxd 7fjO a m l CS CLARKE GfDtraUlanakft 8TLOCIS r f CMSHEPARD JNOMBEALU Of nl JPirtr Aynl AMtCtnTrtWrApiit 1l1OBlL6 fit LOUIS r I + r u l I Nothing has ever equalled itM 1 1Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings I it i llNFeOrWcBXSTTMPTIOX Discovery Yrke I 1 NOLDIi A Perfect For All Throat and I Cure Lung Troubles 4 Money back If it fails Trial Bottles free fr For sale by all Druggists k I hen bilious try a dose of Cham bemins Stomach and liver tablets an realize for once how quickly a first class up to date medicine will correct the dis ord fOr wlol by T T Sw yuiL f lt Smaller Loaves of Hrftnd The small loaf of bread1 which almost created an intarual war in England is about to become un accomplished fact in Hicfcnian as a result of the high price of flour Mr Carutuers stated to the Courier Monday that in all probability ne would be compelled to cut the size of his live cent loaves from seventeen to fifteen ounces Tho toncent create loaves he said would remain4thesame The cut in thu size of the loaf wilt be made because of the high price of flour j and wheat and will probubly last until a reduction in the price of wheat comes which may not be until the cessafiooof liistlities lutho far dust This is oue the few towns in the country that are j immediately influenced by the price of wheat In ome places the size of tat loaf lemuius the sumo irrespective of tho price of wheat and its price is rais ed or lowered according as wheat advances i or deteriorates in price Here our baker will reduce the size of the loaf instead of increttsintr the price i This makes the burden seam to fall lighter the diftereuue in iu being im perceptible only tho scales showing it Wheat is now higher thau it has ben for more thou two years and the loaf will be accordingly smaller thou at any tinge during that period The profit to the baker will be no grantor and in some instances not so grunt ns is the case with the toe ceut loaves and thu man who ears broad seemingly lIu8 no j auirn forit than bufore the rice went I into effect In Chicago nod a number of other cities whore the size of the loaf is reg u luted by food laws and bakers ar compelled to put in full sixteen ounce under penalty of fine or imprisonment the price bus been increased from live to seven cents Flour is higher now than it has been in ten years and bids topIit has boon predicted that it will go be yond seven dollars per barrel before a drop comes I A GOOD THING Is to get just what you nsk for in the drug store so insist on having Punt camph for catarrh or cold in the head Parucumph contains no cocaine as many so called catarrh remedies do but it relieves you iinstantly by soothing tho inflamed partsitnd destroying the worms which cause the trouble So dont snf guaranteed Lost Her Tow The Sprague the largest towboat n the world which passed here early Monday morning of February 22 run aground Wednesday near Luxora Arkansas and lost all but nine of her fo- rrtaaPCao uwjow3tim +tuartpct at 7tou0 The Sprague recently left PitL burg with a tow of thirty onto coal boats and four barges bound for New Orleans She tied up at Cairo for a fait da3s during the passing down the Mississippi of heavy ice getting away from there Sunday the 21st The coal belonged to the Pittsburg Coal Combine nun is the second tow to be lost bv it this your the Charley Brown having lostt four barges opposite Uiokman dur iug the recent hard storm on Saturday night February G Ifhe Sprugno passed up the river Monday having a few light barges in tow She appeared none the worse for having run aground and losing her tow i on the down trip- WORKllt0 otEUTIME Light hour laws are ignored bv those tireless little workers Dr Kings Nw Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing indigestion bil iopsuesJ constipation sick headache and and all stomach liver aud bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure I Only 25o at all drug stores Leap Year Hull Tho Leap Year bull given by the young ladies of Aickmau at the opera house Monday night was a well attend ed affair and a social success Elaborate preparations had been made and the evening was looked forward to with eagerness in anticipation of a jolly time None were disappointed as it was sum by those in attendance that they had the best time of the winter Many were present trout tho surrounding country and near by towns and added much to the pleasure of the ecuing Refreshments were served by A O Carnthers in his inimitable style at his cafe and they were not the leas of the features of the evening Th music was also good the floor in good condition and Home Swc t Home was not played until the wee sma hours u itIT SAVED nis LEO IIP A Uanforth of LaGrange rja suffered for six months with a fright ful rnuumg sore on his leg but writes I that Buckleus Arnica Salve who lly curad it in five days For ulcers i I wounds piles its the best salve in the I world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cents Sold by all I EG Rice =druggistsIi I I market Monday to purchase spnugi goods for the shoe firm of Rice C Nay j lor and for the millinery firm of E C Rice Sr Co Ha will buy liberally in anticipation of a big spring business dAi dose in time saycslicsIf Dr i Woods Norway Pine Syrup natures i remedy for coughs colds pulmonary dIseases ot every sort i A 1- l S650 TO TEXAS i From Memphis via Ihe Cotton Belt Route March 1 and 15 i b 650 One Way 1000 Round Trip Ou March 1 und 15 the Cotton Belt Route will sell one way colonist tickets from Memphis to points m Ten on and north of Cotton ielt Route Texarkuna to McGregor and ou and east of the G C AS F Ry McGroiror to Unities ville at rate of 8550 honleaee ers round trip 810 To points rest of and including Araarillq Quanah Vernon bilone Ilrownwood Brady Sun Angelo Sun Antonio Houston Galveston Corpus Christi Kockport Alice Kerr ville one way S8 round trip S1H This is the opportunity of your life to make a cheap trip to texas Write at one today for further information give your starting point and whuro you watt to go how ninny tickets you will require and the lute you wish to start We will tell you exact cost of tickets from your town your beat route time of troinn also Send you u map of the Cotton Bolt Routew PRELIm D P A Cotton Belt Route MemphisTanu- COMMISSIONER SALE Fulton County Circuit Qort Ky Irene Judge etc plain tills 1 EquityIIBy virtu ofa Judgment and Order of Salu of Fulton County Circuit Court rendered at the January term thereof 1004 in thu above cause I shall pro teed to offer for solo at the Court House door in Hickman Ky to the highest bidder ut public auction on Monday the 14th day of March 191W at 1000 beingCountymouths with interest at tho rate of 0 pur annum the following described property to wit 1st low Nos 27 and the west 88 feet of lot No 2d as some are designated and known upon the plan or map ot Old llickmun 2ud tho middle onothird of lot of No 22 as same is known and designated upon the plan or map of Old Hickmun 3rd the wast one third of lot No G us same is known and designated upon tint plan or map of Old Hickumu together with buildings and improvements iliapropertycient ihgreof to produce tho sums of mosey so ordered to bo made For life purchase price tho purchaser with tip proved security or securities most ei cute hood bearing legal intentit trout tho day of salo until paid and having the force and elfect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly1 with these terms J R MILNKR Commissioner Mrs Emily Thomas a ftfli5f1 I I 1j 4J l trij1iII Ulivingurdu after a lingering illness of peen inoiiia Hor remains were buried Sutj day at Poplar Grave cometery Mrs Thomas hud boeu a devout member of the Christian church since girlhood twas greatly beloved by all wino knew has A PAVOKATE KKaiKDY curdbaleedy a favorite with the mothers ol small children It quickly cures their cures their coughs anti colds and prs vents any danger of piioumonia or of pthor serious con cluonCtt For sale by T T Swayne t IRuI Hickmau for some mouths is seriously considering the establishment of r u weekly religious paper here It will be nndeuomiuutional and run in connection with the Bible school he has rti ceutly established Sir Thorue is an old newspaper man having been editor of both secular and religious papers Ida practical printer and will no doubl issue an interesting paper We wish hun success in his undertaking I 1 William Shaffer a brakomn of Deny nison 0 WItS confined to his bed for several weeks with iuliammutory rkeiS matiain I used many remedies Be says Finally Isent to McCuws drfg store for a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm at which time I was unable to use hand or foot and in one weeks tune was able to go to work as happy as a clam For sale by T T 3wuynett HELD OVER OS S1UO BOND At u special session of Quail JudoeLanafordhold to answer to the Oircuil Court on a charge of stock Inaln t jug Bond was fixed at 100 which he gave Mrs A die Glide witness1Judgesl seated Mr Langfordwhile Pros t1llistatet1lli I I I lOll E Ky says My wife has for some time been troub ArterLusing about onehalt bottle of Para camph the trouble has disappeared much to her satisfaction I used ojt al iso ou mv sore foot tender from mac walking and it gave me great relierIfI smoothi JfI OF PANAMA lonE Haye Had Rights They Could iV Call Their Own La1S That Guarantee Them Penonal Liberty Apt to Ue Itepealed at fc Any Moment Their Gov leSO XJL L roan who has seen much of Panama sat in his office recently and talked cST a time about that spot upon which so roan intereats are at present fixed lit knew the Isthmus well He was Quite as much at home upon the plaza cold Panama City or upon the quay at Colon as he lion Broadway in Manhat tan lie has known the residents of the volatile little Land of Great Promises as will and assuredlyI understands their freaks and foibles It was upon the cnaracteristics of the folk of that land that he laid the greatest emphasis re ports the Brooklyn Eagle They are not a bad people said he only they are like a lot of cattle Impulse rattleheaded and following bllnd ly the leaders that are given them TheyI have been the objects of very great mis fiIjSllnstante I demandpersonal liberty The laws that guarantee them personal liberty are apt to be repealed at any moment and they are powerless to protest As a mat ter of fact Colombia as well as almost all of the South and Central American republics is more of a despotism than Russia herself Nominally they are republics and they are recognized by the United States as such but In reality they are something different The great mass of the population is Ignorant as a rule and is controlled body and soul by a padrone system These leaders or countryiand to a unit in favor of the present revo lution The Colombian government has been growing leecherous and absolutely Insufferable and the rejection of the HayHerran treaty was the final straw that broke the camels back To understand the crushing disappointment that that step at Bogota brought you must fully understand that the only hope of the isthmus has been the digging of the canal Everything else Is dead and Panama lives In Its past glories and the hopes of the future These hopes had been vastly strengthened by the action of the United States and the rejection of the treaty filled Panama with anger and disappointment Back of these was an expressed determination that Pana ma should hereafter administer her own governmentThIs has been realized niter the recent remarkable revolution as decisive as it was bloodless The sug gestion that the United States was in anyway shape or manner responsible for he overthrow of the government upon hie isthmus Is worse than senseless The Evolution was engineered absolutely by adrQ1ecwwb9 nwktb 1 onlyoDe I utfrat l ijfr tlftf fUffi1t ntlhe only dug3estedVery well know all the Colombian troops both in Panama and in Colon and from general to vivandlere went over to the service of the new republic as soon as the movement to establish it was announced As a result of this sweepingly unanimous sentiment the republic of Panama is stable and on a firm foundation Just think of the way that the Isth mus has been governed even before the treaty was rejected It took from two to three weeks under the most favorable conditions to reach the capital at Bogota from Panama The journey Is unusually hazardous anti dangerous The postal and telegraph service are similarly In efficient and sometimes for reasons best known at the Bogota end of the route are absolutely suspended- To further realize the isolation of Bogota from Panama you must under stand that all posts of any Importance on the Isthmus have been filled by men sent down from the capitalmen who have been out of touch and out of sym pathy with the people they were sent to govern It was hardly to be expected that they could or would give other than inefficient and slovenly adminIstra- tions 4 Beilftteailn of Illntory Bedstead originally meant the beds place The trucklebed was the first ad vance on the bench and then the tester suspended from the roof Then came In the Arabian beda name perhaps de rived from the crusades The four poster came from Austria in the fifteenth century The late Queen Victoria always carried her bedstead about with her and so did the nobles In the middle ages The coverlid or counterpoint when comes counterpane was oftet splendidly embroidered Yet the beds at this time were often only sacks of straw Feather beds came from Franc- in the fourteenth century but straw was In general use long after Blankets of wool were not Introduced by Blanket of Bristol who made them for the word in the sense of a coarse woolen fabric existed before Tint So Baillj Treated First Artist Old Moneybags wouldnt buy my pictureswouldnt even look theml Artist Never mind old man He was more considerate of your feel ings than he was of mine How was that Why he refused to buy my picture1 because he did look at them Town did Country V Xatitral Deduction TVifereadiii0 Heres an account olf a hlanI ufva sued by the bullet striking f bet oQ on his coat Husband Hr was a lucky bachelor fi110w do you know he was a bach 9f- I Ipflint you just say the buttoa wt- Jitls cuatrOhlcaso Dally News GP GS r J Straight To The Spot I THOUSANDS PROFIT BY THE FREE OFFER OF DOANS SIDNEY PILLS AiD GET CURRD Aching backs are eased Hip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust sediment highly colored excessive frequencyDoans move calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness I Tell City JndI received the free trial of Douus Kidney Pills They arf mybackme right away and 1 feel like a new manStephen Schaefer Mrs Addie Andrews R P D No 1 receivedthewith much benefit My little nephew was suffering terribly with kidney trouble from scarlet fever Two doctors Jailed to help him and he finally went into spasms Hia father gave him Doan s Kidney Pills and from the sec ond dose the pain was less Ho began to gaiu and is todav a well boy his life saved by Doans Kidney Pills db l WONDERFUL RESULTS FROM A FREEll r TRIAL OF THE WORLDS GREATEST I KIDNEY MEDICINE I I Ruddles Mills KyI the I free treatment of pills They done inc great good I had bladder trouble com pelliug me to get up often the night Now I sleep well no in i the neck of the bladder pain in DP kfis gone also headache Jno L Hit NAME P 0sFor tree true tax mull tbto coupon to I FootcrMilbum Cu liutlalu N Y It bon I pace I UuutficifOt write addrvu OA i ja 1 rate J i The BiggestII Thing In Town h Bradley Watsons MAMMOTH STOCkO- F STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Everything Fresh and Nice Prices to please 9 We deliver anywhere in town Highest Price Paid for BUTTER AND EGGS IJiJJH lt1J l U iTHE BLUE WINO GROCERY ON TIE HILL-S HICKMAN WAGON OO 1A1VUFAOTURKKN Of THE CKLKHKATK HeZ AD WJLQOSf y v v w t rJI Outsell Any- Grocery 1 a I in Town ftt Allmy goods are fresh from the t market as I am buying daily and t selling daily they do not get stale eGnm shelves I handle tin glass 1 f freshfF times I buy and sell for cash and 5 you only ray for what you get Call Telephone 13 It a I r Cue Threlkeld Hickman K9 Dr S K Davidson DentistfHIGKMAN KY Office upstairs over Cowgill CmcfriiVs t- I I received during pain STATSr dipt f l DE L P BALTZJE Specialist i Eye Ear Nose and Tljrf jlOcei I Office over Holcoa bea Drug Stol w l uu 1 mwmmmmmr wmmmmmmmmmmnwwmnWl tflIt111it11ti11tltt1lttft111Ntit1t11 rr mnri tnr rrutlit mmrrrrrrl i i OUR IMMENSE SHOWING SPRING GOODS I I t I IV Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Ginghams I 1n1 S Also now line Spring Mattings and Window Shades Our sales on these goods have Keen larger than ewer before 9I which is good evidence that wcifhave the right styles and prices P1a aa i t iNew 1904 Wash Goods froelformerJ J Onr stock of new in hRin percales prints etc is a t matj come in all shades Per yarecen4 LS j INDIA IrIKI YOUK the latH murk i centsiIACQUARD KNICKEM VOILE a light weight mate mntori a1 comes in linen color withI I centsIm Wool Drosl GoOIS nrelarEUMINES CHIJPOJf S7OO i I NewtJ Spring Line i 1 SF Mens Ellipse55 Shoes 350 o iJust Patent leather Yiei Kid All the new es and For wear futl style we guarantee toJo R I equnl 500 Ii I Baltzer Doddst- T I UWUUUUluummuuuUUUUUUUlU1UiWWUW1UlwmmuiJummu u r I JLLOCAL AND PERSONAL Sunshine Hour none better Hot Lunches at Pottoeks Glad f Erue3t darter of Martin is in the John Ringwood was in Union City Sunday Faith without works would not do for a watch Bernard Haokett went over to Marttn Snudar lost W G Adams of Moscow was io the city Monday David Ciruia spent SunSny aft rnoon in Union City Tom C Taylor of Union Oity was in MondaJ No poet has yet dared to write one on the beautiful sslosh Arab StublH of Cairo is visiting In relative near Htokman Marshall Hmmham came ova from Woodland Milt Sunday Good and bad seasons look alike to the mortgage on the furor Bob Bradle vtoited Ws mother In Maddox at State Line Sunday a The Czar observe L mt by wing up tome more of bibaUtanf ps Rebel L 1Mt1 ort of Urtfon City was in the city a few hours Meeday landlords would like lore year hotter if they could charge for the extra day J Arch Hwivreck of Snrdfe Miss fe I TisitliJK hI3 parents oe Mention Street You will find everything yon waot j at Pallooks Glad 3T and fin retoo- Stdss Bessie Kinnanl ofTJiik n Oily attended the Leap Year bun given hire Xj nday night Mrs Magpie Ranrtle speat a days jtryFulton last wee the gue of Mr Dr Horace Luton Mrt M Daniel daughter and son of near Crystal l vialted the family of T J Krambam this week l y Talking back to your wife la jeer act i vgeaaible as to keep riDdle the alarm clock while it in going off- 3Irc1 D Price daughter W J JSpradlin and son ram pat So- nt4ay with the old toBc near Union City L Pev SbelbourtJa of Union City will preach at Mt Hermon next Sunday at 3pm j A dose in time stun i Jitd Drr i r4Woodst Norway Pine byrtfp natnreV featesy for coughs colds pulmonary oZ lIIII1N eel scoop tOrt Use Sa nshiMPVwTttm better Qo to Pollocks for note frail A He lt J8 a Anil man who eaoi take when his girl ems ooioaa As to politician the role to to believe tbetii guilty until ihey are proved iuoo cleatrWhen a VUM it trying to mm a family en 3LoO a day he iis aelduin uoabl il wih dyspepia Mayer Dillon bos bane mnewlmt iH dra piw wi for Nvemf days OWNS to a twd eohi and alight touch of tut grip Love lama at lockMaitlw but UM Mr lsr is tidtkd to death at ttte effort or the burster proof state Hwfew W If RclUcr left Sunday for the- Stliaruia market to pwvhaee the upriag steak for the ttrm ot lializer i Dodib Prime Robert lyler Chapter U D C meets with floury tlemtey UM second Taedday in March at 1 96 p in Mrs M A Hall who MM been quite til the post few WHU is not improrioe as fat an hr fneodti would like tu e herIf Adam did not tell Eve abe warn the only woman in toe world for him u was probably because lie did not think of F W Preston of toe Obioa Dawocrmt Union Guy with bw wif- IIp6nt a few boon in the city Sunday afternoon For our readers in Manchmia and Korea we have ocly the savior to se lect tIN tergait tree with the teat star and on tight A lM e0eboM neoeswttyDr Thomas Ef etne OiL HoM ban CWM a+ onodd of ally sari cures sure throne creep ca tarrh a CJtiift never fails I D Peeler who bee Hen at Union City aU0adtog U tINt freight bvaaeFs of tbe X ii C fcr a oottule of months I coin orerSwndcy for a altos whiff Jeweler C t Seblortkar was eonftacd to his room the int of the week with a Severs Aussie of grip bu we are piaas aft to say K a aio at his place of meal ns Hive are a terrible torment to the little folks ana to some older ones Eaa lly oared Doans Uintuant never Instant relief panmutant ere At any drugstore UJ cents L P Ellison prwidMt of the BHlmn Mercantile Co is in tb markat inis week parcbaMng the rprlug stock of merebautlise for tbe companys large department store 1 owe my wbelelife to Bonfook Blood Bitters Scrofulous sortat cotwd ray body scented beyond care U B B has made ine a perfectly well comaaD Size Chas Iiuttoaa iiemlle Mcb+ lrww Rood both colored aDd blacKB consists of tin thlt ne 4weave VOILES ELc If inch Jlainj voita in natty rhxmpa tte and bIa6K at yard 50 CeniStJ 44in plain VOILE very whir woolon good color el A r HJ black per jd 38 inch Knol V 50cft VjlHei 00ID1 iiiq f Received In and toes them Any Itho tT Use city town will Jew Mrs hint best Mrs itEditor bold talk per Diastase does sot lead evekiuttv fto the view of Uw pickpocket wbo TXDMfciox arch your parse 2Tfco ouagjemm who travett U fartkeet gwto U e oxMt oilrage and h 18 la no harder to get than the oart t which the oosgremmnii who oilyI rid a few Bile cornea in- Ilebert Tboman aged IV was fountw in a bars ant far Irons Unvw City las Th nday with hni throat cat It w a carne of seicade No rewoo ouald aaujsntA for the rata act Mna Aaice EinipNr left Sunday nigh for St Locus She will tie gone a wee or ten days Mmting in the paicbmw o1 J derLIH1oFM IIobtMwd in the cnfHcttr of an rMneed woodwork linieher The ale Ir getting along nicely aqd it will noV be very lone mtil this beautiful rag deuce will be ready for oocniwoey WASTED Special reprcombUifS fp thin coooiy and adjoining t rritor1t reps ent awl ndverii all old avl duu1eiditandiogpeoMtt advanced sash Moudtiy by d sfiek directly fnw headqaarUm HotsdrfItttgK rnwhen eeceatary- tioe J Wit Addrmc nww1JJbL 100 Moron Bidg Ol Icu o IlL ILee lleatberly of new Coroais lill Rae in town Monday ear uie iir Paj iJjtieitIhe hoer seen rot thirtythree ytntgstlMat year Mr U atherty paid a Tief in a t brother sad siter in North UafpHfim I whom he had not een for tir rtwo I rears We wish him aplmwni irfeH I I Deputy Sheriff Jim Milner hpIdit to the county jail last Thursday Faltoo a negro named Hiwit PfAJDtII shared with eteattng a horse fr w JJi Steae of sear Ooyce PectM ia4i ren I a preliminary henrios before JedRO Krby Teerday awl was hold to answer to Iao ellremit pert is Use SlIm of 1 ao It T Smith of Pallor vtas pceIiIIJl at the trial io the interest of tJw defendant Mis B G Maddox liTing 2t State Lute met with a painful aee deaf Sat urday Shavag deeming some Ifn qnia lint laud overlooked a liteII in one of thfeui The ufedla p e1 nd her nht hand and broke eu fnh her much pain until removed GREagott orae time fears were eater1 ned that Joabjaw might MHae hat laokfly no eviltifleste other than a very sore hand resulted Use Sunshine Floor none better f Laces Embroideriesand Goods I1irKlDllIII Spring iIattingis youriI Our Clothing Department t I S Most Complete in the CityIIJ comprises the lntest styles of the best makes of Mens Youths and Boys Clothing The new styles are I very fascinating this Call and see them I rfJfass Curse Entertains It WedncMUy sight Mim Jonuie Cajrev entertained a Meet unmher of her lady friends in the parlor of the LtCtode hotel It wow a pink and 1ItothI with a Moral contact Unit was wou trr Min e UMtno tbe pert being a box of henctif l letter paper Pit was next in dnlged in and the hour passed all too sickly The prize an exquisite me dantoo was also woo br Miss peen she Meniingly being the lanky one of the erenin Ret nwhmwtta consisting of XeajiofiUVi areas and white cake word served by Dmhnke of Union City ark weir in full accord with the other feature of the oecttMW It was highly enjoyed by Mil prevent and the ladiae are land in their praue of the beauttfal- yoaug hones There l rew nt were Mcudamrs Allison Tyler Dr J Ml Hub bud lt C Durham Cbw Ealtzer C O Behleotcwr T A Ledford and M B es Marie Brrvard Nino Glenn Katie Reid iadhe foist fllaybrf Frniea lUth Stone and Irey at DeBowII George Joiner of Unio Oitr end Ma Daisy K Wade living with her mother one sad use Iralf mitts east of town OB the state road wore married at aera1wbitewore accompanied by a few yotmg I friends The wodding was u ecrprfce I to many of the friem t of the contract wgpwtke Mr Joiner is a prominent young form Irof near Union Our eomteg from ot the oldest and fbunt fuioHicw of lone town while Miss Wade is it charm ing yovog lady and a sister to S A Waste a weli todo farmer Attar Ute ceremony the wedding p r ty adjovmed to the Pearl Care wharo- idaiigbcfn refreshiiteuts were serrad after which he happy couple adjourned to Ute home soar Uaioa City provided hy the groom where they will in tu taro ro3ide With a host of friamls the Cocrier extends ooegmoiatiua- Confederate f Money A nrgflt Irving live miles south IJ on the Troy rood brought to Goarfcr oiSkr Satorday an old wal- t let oontainiHg 09 i5 CD federate bins or the denomiiiatlen of ones twos lives said tcn+ which have been placed inr The was theor eerie money property or urn Amanda Rust who died at Mr Hargfit3 reaidence last week sirs Rut was SO years old At Ware showing the largest and Imndsntiiest lines ever shown in 1 Now When you get ready for i new mattings be sure and in spect our line Prices From 12 cents to 35 clents spring year Married wiadovr IHKentucky 1 I I iiuiuuuaauuuuimuuumuiiuui Use timo of her death The money was given her by her husband Cape U H Hast ileceoHMl at the elooaee of the civil wnr and she has earafnlly preserved it all thb e years The flveu and tens are all fIRed front the hank of Richmond Va and show no sign whatever of hay ing been used Captain Rust wax for years a river captain and is remembered by all old river men At the oats break of the war he enlisted in tbe Twelfth Tennessee and served until its dose At the cessation of hostilities beII rnnvrsd his family to Ohion county returned to his river work but soon absodoaed it her a farm life He died I about nine years ago W1KVISO When you ask a druggist for Para cainph be sura you get iu There In no thingjust a good Parocaoiph lot guaranteed to corp piles eczema tetter salt rheum etc Ilmerabr the name Par aeamph2i cents Helm b Ellison I fleas lfessate Bttetaess Inspired by tbe sight of the son and the warmth thereof the hens of tae country have begun to fulfill their mis sion in life and tbe price of eggs will 3 take a tumble They have been so scarce and no valaable during the put winter that theIr use was almost for bidden Eggs which were 25 cents a dozen not long ago are now worth fit teen scow at retail The bottom has dropped out of the market and it may continue until the price reaches the normal bats which for this Beason of tbe year is about twelve cents Another factor which accounts for tbe dearth of eegs and the high pries was the fact that in the country the roads were too bad for hauling and the fanner and chicken ratters stayed at home instead of bringing their eggs to market Sleet is a great discourager of hens and they never lay mach daring that kind of weather unless they are protected properly But now that all the ice w gone and tbe sky is blue and the air warm tbe hens are going back to work NEW DRUG FIRM The drug store which previous to this time has been a department of the Ellison Mercantile Company laid been purchased by the under 1 signed who will continue tIle bus moss as heretofore Mr Ellison remaining in charge of the prescription department We will continue to furnish the public with the best drugs obtainable at the lowest pos sible price and give each prescription the most careful attention Up i on the principle of the best goods at the lowest prices we respectfully so licits pitts ronage heretofore enjoyed by the establishment I HELMc ELL Lcr SaN l I u = =1- A M lfL lAr Jtl j i L r ff 1 TRIAL BALANCE1 ff t ft MarchI 0 1904 I I r POPULAR PRICESv NEW GOODor HIGHEST Q1JALITIE- LATEST STYLI S J FULL ASSORTMENTS j Ii t L A DESIRE TO PLEASE E HONEST ADVERTISING 1 j I I GRAND TOTAL Au GROWING STOREd f i i AND 1 1 i c t j d lr tr i to St lx 4 7 0 4 1i K LOCAL AND PERSONAL fL jIf Lon Naylor was here Monday Thad Verhines of Oayce was in tbet city Tuesday Mrs Mollie Bradley nee Floyd is aick thisweek- tr Urevard will be the hosn essofthe Embroidery club this after noon The Southern Hotel of Mayfield has j been closed by the owners for nonpay meet of rent or Dewar Park is again in the city after spending several weeks among the paperwood camps down the river t See Rico Cos new stock of fine laces and embroieeries Especial New York bargains for dress trimmings T Gene Naylor went to Cayce Wed npsday to attend the wedding of his i brother Lon to Miss Clara Lauderdale and wife returned Wed nesday from Nashville where Mrs Da vidson has been for several daps visiting Miss Louise Rogers is in Sharon Tenn this week to attend the wedding of a cousin the particulars of which could not be ascertained The first ot the spring poets this year makes his appearance in the News Democrat We are happy to say that ao far we have been immune Mr and Mrs Roy McKinney of Pa ducab arrived in the city Tuesday morning for a visit to Mrs McKiuneys parents Dr and Mrs A A Faris ic Knights Motel at Fulton was sold by order of the court last week J F I t Clemmons bought the property in fa 30600 He will continue the business as a hotel j Richard Prather of State Line wa in town this week He is at home on a visit to his parents ho has been keep logbooks for a lumber company at BlythevillB Ark I Brewer and Hurdle Cloar off Clayton Tenn passed through townl i I I a course of t I champion bruiser Jeffries His defeat of Sbarkey last Saturday night puts I him in the class Orp08sibililiesII VBer Bdes baa e ni paper r samples ia the country He also ca- rrie I i a select line of wall paper in stock I 1 fat those who may be in a hurry The 7 i I 1 r- r prices are ridiculously cheap this season Call around and see thorn I ot Judge Naylor who recently returned first rom Cayce is suffering considerably ous the after effects of au attack of grip while there He was quite sick during his entire visit to his sons The services at the Methodist church next Sunday morning will be in the in- erest of Missions at night a sermon onCI the Bible with special reference to the work of the American Bible Sociotyw The N C S St L yesterday planted two rows of maple trees on the plaza near the depot in an effort to improve the general appearance of things Live oaks were planted in the same place last August but aU died Berendes can get you any kind of wall paper you want His lino of sam pies comprises all the latest designs and effects and is the nicest collection everf shown iu Hickmnn The prices too are exceptionally low this season is Mrs Mary A Ledwid e is quite ill at her home five miles southeast of Hicka man Mrs Biddie Amborg and Mrs j Jennie V McClure were in i at her bedside Tuesday afternoon an night Dr Fans is her physician of W C Wilson manager of tho South ern Wood Supply company this week purchased tho Myer property in West Hickman and will in about three weekwI move his family here fronf West Car- rollton Ohio Mr Wilson expects to to become a permanent resident here Esq George Terrett notifies us thatJI his daughter Miss Lottie aged 15 years is quite ill with pneumonia She hati just recovered from an attack of meac sles previous to which she was downlJ with typhoid when she was taken with the fever Miss Lottie has had a hardI time of it this winter Deputy Jim Seat returned from AI exander Wednesday whore he hw ing some days with the parents of both Mr and Mrs Seat Jim says tho wheat is corning out as pretty and as green as any he ever saw that the roads are iin fine shape and that the country here abouts is the prettiest what ever hap pencil J 0 Barnes and family living threet miles out on the Dyersburg road have had considerably more than their share of sickness this winter weeks two children agedFOlsometJlreeIsIs spectively were down and theca had hardly i i both father and mother were stricken I For two weeks neither was able to be up but Mrs Barnes W now able to be improving ti City Marshal Dillon hud a large l men at work on Clinton street of the week removing the super u4 dirt which accumulated during ale winter Tho dirt was hauled to aid I dumped into the place on Carroll strut opposite tho residence of Gene Nuyfir where the sliding tree had left a large cavity Tho cleaning operations Ieses I linton street in 1 greatly condition and Jackson which uu rtt a thorough renovation as t5tl d shape once more V 1 W C Wilson resident manager of J the Southern Wood Supply compaiy i who has boon down the river iuspixt tog camps for several weeks returneojo llickmuu Tuesday Ho brought with him the damaged gasoline J his private use in Memphis JI1II partlyI burned onroute to Hickuianad having it repaired Geo J gasoline expert is repairing the cUJdreI the ship carpenter from the CtiUr Iolte Boeokler is rebuilding the wool iTddwill be named Clyde It will be me the nicest launches on the riverwllen i i j j ready for I useII I There is some agitation being indnlg i 1 t I whore the farmers may tie up I io siB nottii block the minuets Jackson streetjin particular is a favorite place for t of teams and each recurring h f it is a good right and shows thft is nourishing but the blocking of the street is rather inconvenient to any who might wish to traverse it and those who wish to cross it Carroll1 treet lias been suggestad by someaJa p f hitching ll1 and would not interfere with traffic on 1 Clinton and Jackson streets j New Lot of Lacessa E C Rico Co have just received ow and select shipment of lacesf ap dupembroideries specially for dress triu miugs They comprise all the latest and designs and are direct frbi i ii New York Market Ivory I Oriental Ivory Chantilly nsertions Vallencienea Laces Vl3e Flouuciugs Black Jhautilly etct fare among those received Landlords would like leap ye1ei s+ r if they could charge for the tf f t itC 1 f t I J CR PLEASED OWDED STOREII WIDE QUICK SALESI PPREOITIVE CUSTOMERS i PUBLIC iiL TUEiUi1TTAL SUCCESS I u fA PLEASED CUSYOMER IS OUR STRONGEST BEST ADVERTISER u Smith Ambergk vclman Kentuckv t iTwo Fje Tips Louis Worlds Fair PurchaselxSMiTiMarie JrDavidsoc lErnest CityIfmm1Butte rSspends asI impro1fe1I Althe laul1chLftJ BuckAeJ tlooking sueti hitchingd llbe Ufac11 extrascr I INCREASED BUSINESS REPUTATION CONFIDENCE the EARLY TIMES W M Johnson who for a number ot vpurs has been a residuut of Dallas Tex writes the following iutoreflting letter to the mayor of Union City It tolls all about the laying out and uain lug of Union City and tho part that Hickumu played ut the time of tho building of the railroad now known as the N C S St L The article in cop i reel fron the Ubion Democrat tine rop rogoutntive weekly paper of Wost Ten j nessee Although a perfect stranger I have taken the liberty of writing to you think j tug that you will be interested in learn ing of un incident connected with the birth of Union City just fifty years ago At that time iu February 1854 I was resident engineer under Capt Lloyd I Tighmun chief engineer in charge of construction of the Hicltuian anti Obion Railroad fourteen miles iu length connecting Hickmau with u point ou the Mobile Ohio Railroad ou the farm of Gun William Gibbs in Obion county My ofllce1 was in Hickman and I also had quarters at Geu Gibbs who was president of the road and while theroI the twiddle of i on some business about February Gen Giblw stated that ho j had determined to lay out a town site on his farm at the junction of the tw roads lIe retIuesttJd 1fl to draw n plan and to drive the stakes in thoI i tthe ut the corners of the blocks to the hues of tho streets anti alloys I In looking uroand the house for tutee Ito make tho plan upon nothing more 1I sUltuble could be found than a paste MrsoGibbs It was white on oue side and blue on the other By laying this upon the piano top iu the punier and using a carpenters two foot woodou rule foe a drawing scale I made the plan undo Geu Gibbs directionIOn the morning of the 22ud of Feb 1S5t 1 went upon the ground with uiy brother J L Johuson now of Su Louis Mo us my assistant mda negro axI man from Hickmuu belonging to u Mr Robinson of that place I staked out the right of way on the west side of the right of way of Ute two railroads enough lots to complete 200 blocks but deferred staking out tho lots until the streets could be cleared ot tho heavy Umber growing thereon Gen tiibbs had in his family at that time besides his wifo his son Charley Gibl and soninlaw Mr Bell aud vile Mr lull being a son of the Hon John Bell of Ttnn The question cams up at the dinner table as to thei wherePou 1 suggested Junction Cityand usIt I the Goneral replied that as there wasI caltII it Union Cmtund this was the inscrip tion cf your city Ou Feb 22 Ib51 justt 0years ago at that tune Gen Gibbs being president anu One of the directors wits Gon Robert Matson liv- lIng in Fulton county Keutncky about live miles south of Hickman and iinI HicUiuau ouo of the directors Dr Oat let of the Gonnuercial Hotel and a IrH- obinsU or the firm of Robinson Kent commission merchants Irei signed jny position ou this road tho following May to take charge of the Arkansas Valley Railroad under the chargo of rptPighlnian and was suc ceded by my schoolmate Constance Rhoulback of Ilicktaan Duriug the civil war Japt Tighlmau became Brig adier General of tho Confederate Army unit was captured after a gallant de fence at Fort Henry lean sued was afterward killed at the Big Black river while attempting to resist Gun Grants march in the rear of Vicksburg Gen CJibln hs a grandson living in this place in the person of ox Lieutenant Governor Burnett Gibbs a vory popular gentleman whe is now fiugaged in very extensive mining operations on the west coast As for myself I have been living in Texas for thirty one yeas en gaged in civil engineering upou the T P R R and was for eight years city engineer of this city and for two years was state engineer ut Austin on gaged upon tho Capitol grounds W M JOHNSON C E 167 Good St Dallas Tex A 1MIETTY WEDDING One of tho prettiest and most elabor ute wedding that has ever been witnessed iu Cayce was the out of Wed nesday night at time Methodist Episcopal church in that little city wherein were united the lives of Dr Lou Xaylor and GPLowry resident pastor of the clmroh officiated A host of friends assembled to witness tho ceremony which took place ut 8 80 oclock The bride is the daughter of the late Johu Lauderdale of Cdvingtou Tenn Since coming to Ouyce she has made her home with her sister Mrs S A John son und has won many friends by her lovable and most amiablo character The groom is a eon of Icon Joshua Naylor and is one of the most pronii ueut und promising young men in tho county He was horn and reared on his fathers farm near Cayce and hug received all tho educational advantages that the country affords Three years ago he graduated iu medicine since when ho has devoted most of his time to his profession The church had been most beautifully decorated for the occasion in smilax and caruatious the color scheme being white and pink Miss Mary Naylor orgauist and Edgar Naylor violinist rendered MendlosHhons Wedding March 1as tine bridal party entered The ushers led followed by the little flower girls prettily dressed in white und pink LIb erty silk who inarched daintily up the aisle and held the beautiful Heart gates ajar tor the party to pass through The bride was gowned in a beautiful creation of white crepe de chine uqd loco and carried a large bouquet of white carnations The groom wore con ventioual black The attendants were Miss Marguerite Johnson and Mr Torn Attorbury and Miss Annye Johnson and Mr Joe Lauderdale The maid of honorMiss Marguerite Johnson wag attired m a pretty gown of white pears de soie and crepe do cheiu while Miss Annie was charming in a dress of pink crepo do chein and mouselino de soie I Both curried pink and white carnations I After the ceremony the bridal party w repaired to the residence of Dr John r Naylor whore they were given u most elaborate and enjoyable reception The color scheme way carried out iu tine homo decorations the dining room bo ing artistically festooned in smilax Great hunches of pink and white car nations adorned the tables on which was served a most sumptuous wedding I feast After the supper Dr and Mrs I hindI al trip After a stay iu the city of a week or more they will return to Cayce and bo at homo to their friends after the iides ot March at their residence The presents received by tne happy young couple were both numerous and elaborate mauy of them being exceed tog beautiful Wo join with the hosts of friends iniwishing for them a happy and useful life Wo earnestly pray Gods richest blessings and his tender love and taro to guido them oer lifes sometimes ragged pathway CAYCR FRIENDS The Courier extends congratulations and well wishes to Dr Naylor and his lovely bride and would also compli ment our unknown correspondent for the very capable manner in wInch the wedding was written up and tliank whoever it may be for the article EoJ i Clarence JCobcrson Clarence Roberson aged 30 living 1 10 miles north of Hickmau in the up per bottom died Saturday nightat 10roclock atter a lingering illness of asthma He leaves a widow anti two jt children both boys aged three years and four mouths respectively Inter went was had Sunday at Oakwood cemetery in HickI lan county Besidesi his own family he leaves a xrecmother Mr dud Mrs J L Roberson two brothers Lon and Lawrence of Hickman and a sister Myrtle who lives with her parents to mourn his un timely end Deceased was well known in Hicumun and was ahighly respected member of society in his comiuuHitV The bereaved relatives have the sympa thy of sill in their sad lour of alliiclioa The Czar will observe Lest by giving up some more of his battleships i d j