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r R MARRIAGES Oman Cloar Our fellow townsman Lige Oman hied himself to Obion Tenu last Wednesday and was there united in mar riage to Miss Nola Clear one of Obions fairest daughter Mr Oman is a sou of Mr Rose Oman who with his family lately moved here from Lake county Tenn Since his coming he has made many friends who will rejoice with him in his happiness The bride is quite well knows in Hickman having visited friends here a number of times They will reside on the home place ou Dresden road about half mile from town Coneruiug the wedding the Troy NewsBanner says Mr G G Oman a wealthy young farmer of near Hickman and Miss Nolu Cloar the charuihig daughter of tha late John IL Cloar were united in mar riage last Wednesday at the family resi deuce near Troy Rev Atkinson of Union City officiating The bride was a dream of beauty in lace and silk and crepe de chine They will live in Hick man Shaw Peeler Woodford Shaw and Miss Olo Peeler of Union City were married on Thurs day of last week on the Missouri side by Rev W S Boner Tho grox m is a you of B F Shaw mma old citizen of Hiot uiau auu u well known young man while the bride is x daughter of Mr Peeler of Union City The wedding wane a jwrpriae to even the young cou pies most iutimate friends and the par elite of both were ignorant of their iin tentions Several days ago Mr Shaw went to Charleston and obtained a mar jingo license sod this necessitated the marriage being performed on the Mis soari side They were accompanied thither by a couple of rtuiuU and the miafeter where the ceremony was per formed the party then returning to the Kentucky side Mr Shaw is an em 4 plantiJudhis wife in West Hrckmau r fuNteeple SeagSerflce The old peoples song senrici at Mt Osretalunoiai last Saaday is spite of tha Uweft4i ff ffMtfcMT waaa ow ot the 1 4 t t l r5 i I has been held in this region in recent years Fully two thousand people were in attendance and they came from all the surroundingltowiis ML Car mel church is located about four miles trom Fulton and both and old and young people were present from Hickman Cayce Jordan Alexander Moscow Clinton Fulton Water Valley Mayfield Pilot Oak Heelel ton und Union City The entire day was given1 over to the old folks who sang the old songs with youthful vigor conversed with neigh borsrenewed old friendships made uew acquaintances and seemed to enjoy the outing immensely Shortly atter noon a sumptuous dinner was served on the ground which was appreciated by all Toe announcement for this occasion was given out just a year ago last Sun day and the old folks had looked for ward to the occasion with anticipations of joy and it was believed that the expectations of all were realized The services were conducted in the church but only a small portion of the crowd could find accommodation inside the larger portion remaining outside and joining in the singing The services were conducted by Row Joe Ferrell Rev J M Wright and Rev J HStei gler CoinmiUee Reorganized TUB MMiuty republican rentrilconi mittee watt reorganized at a iiifviiii held in Hiekmuu last Saturday T F Beadles and A T Church both of Fulton were elected chairman anti sec retary respectively for the ensuing year The race for the chairmanship promisad at one time to be interesting at least for Mr Beadles but the arrival of a tardy committeewan at an oppor tune time saved him from defeat and decided the race in his favor There was a slim attendance most of the com mitteemeu voting bv proxy held by Mr Beadles or Mr Ed Thomas NEURALGIA PAINS Are sometimes almost unbearable Paracaraph relieves neuralgia and head ache instantly by opening the pores stimulating the circulation and remov the congestion A free application11iUK convince you of its merits So I dont suffer but keep Paracamph in your i uoiue iistui x Ullis ou 5 S u Commencement ExerclfiCH Everything is in readiness for the commencement exercise J at too opera house tonight The program arranged bv irof Boone and the teachers of the College has been mustered by the par ticipants who for the past three weeks helve been diligent in their prutice ami the graduating class have their different parts well under control Inez Luten is valedictorian of the class and will take for her theme Not Failure but Low Aim Is Crime Miss Irene Holm will deliver the salutatory her subject being Nothing Is Accomplished Without Labor Goalder Johnson will declaim on Superficial Knowl edge It while The Battle of Life will be the theme handled by Carlisle Rice Numerous musical numbers comprising both vocal and instrumental selections will be rendered by members of Miss Rutn Stoniisclass and others and the evening will bo oue of absorbing muter rat to those who attend There are also mummy other features of un interest iug character that will add to the pleas ures of the evening which are specilied in the detailed program appended below Prayer Rev W S Roney Double QuartH With Colors Guily Flying11N Millet Miss Fnqnu Miss DoBow Mrs Cot gill and Messrs John son Souiers D Bow anil Boone Salutatory Nothing Is Accomplish ed Without LaborMiss Irene Helm Trio Wood Nymphs1 Miss Fu iui Mrs Cowgill Miss Ueho- wUeelaiiiIiuuSuperII ndl Knowl edge Uoalder lohnoii t Solo Suuset4l MLs flathcriul Boone DeclaI6atiulIlhe Battle of Life 5 Carlisle Rice fDuwl 0 That We Two Were May jug Misses Fuqua and DeBow Valedictory Not Failure but LoW Aim Is Crime Miss Ioiz LutenIQuartet The Millers Wooing MiS4 FuquaJMrs Cowgiil Messrs John sou and DeBow 1 Delivery of Diplomas Rev O Lj Price Double Quartet SpriugtItne MrSJ Millet Miss Fuqua MissDeBowMrt rsjDeHowt q Miss Stones Music Class gave tbeit annual concert and recital Thursday night As wo go to press Thursday evening no account can be given th week but it shall receive attention io our next issue 31 fje Sunshine ijionr none better t 1 A Young Lailjs Pluck Miss Homer Green daughter of Mr Harmon Green hUll a narrow escape rout what might have been a serious accident last Friday prevented only by the indomitable pluck of the young lady add tho timely arrival of several gentle men She was driving at a slow gait butgyctllidedcurb Th impact frightened the hors driven + bv Miss Green and he shi perilouslyearI i brought hi i back with a sharp pull on Ute reins As the buggy righted itsalf tame down on one hind wheel und broke it in a number of pieces leaving bathing but the hub auda few broken pokes The horse started to run but ho plucky young woman braced herself ihd hefd the reins with all her strength ringing the frightened animal under control Several gentlemen went to her assistance immediately stopped and held the horse and assisted Miss Green to alight from the wreck After all dan I ger hud passed Miss Green became bally frightened but during the tew exciting moments of the incident she displayed ouderful courage which no doubt revented an accident of a serious ua ture The Commencement Sermon Key U W Stan Ohlof the Christian han b preached the uoimneiwenieut eruiou to the graduatus of Hiukuiuu pollego ut the court house faSt Sunday pight He took for his theme Teach us to so number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom It was an able and eloquent appeal for spokenfoffor a complete and thorough course of instruction for the body the spirit and the mind The speaker placed partic ular emphasis upon the necessity of keeping the body in a healthful condi tion that it could better contain the soul that upon this depended the abil ity of the mind to recoive and retain knowledge and be ever ready to apply that knowledge to the best purpose for knowledge itself was useless without the ability to so apply it that the best results might bg obtained He spoke at 1 ii f i- Y some length upon u proper cultivation of the soul that its influences might lead to being temperate in all things keeping the mind pure and tha heart clean and declared that no education was complete in its fullest meaning unless the spirit received equal instruc tion with the mind He cantioned the class to aim high to place their goal far above the heads of the common horde and then to bend every effort in their power to reach it Upon each iudivii ual regardless of training or influences eventually devolves the station lie or she will occupy throughout life By aiming high and striving hard the goal will be reached and as no man rises above his ideals it behooves those starting upon the journey of life to so place their ideal that when it is realized they will be in a position to look buck upon their struggles with satisfaction lIe referred in glowing eloquence to time Bible as the best of text books and ex horted the members of the graduating clues to read and study it and be adman iished by its teaclungs Wisdom was the principal thing i therefore get wis dom i but with your getting sret under standing He closed an interesting sermon with the injunction to be men and women saying that the world need ed and would male room at the top for suchA choir of eighteen voices rendered some appropriate and excellent selections prior to and after the close of the sermon and the large congregation was dismissed by Rev H O Johnson oJ the Methodist Jthurvh Ere he pro nounced time benediction hta ked for the saiuiuatas the uireutiou of a wise prayedforsteps along the pathway of life IInUUMPHS OF MODERN SURGERY Wonderful timings are done for the human body by surgery Organs are I polishedIentirely boues are spliced i pipes take I veinsaatiseptiodressings es burns and like injuries before iuflaa 1heal1 treatIwentI on this same principle It is an antisep tic and when applied to such injuries I causes them to heal very quickly It also allays the pains aud soreness yourhomemoney not to mention the iucouveu nce and suffering which such injuries lIe Fa sale by T T Swayne t fi + 1 PYRMONT She hadnt bought unew rag so she said Her last seasons hat was trimmed over Yet the sprightly trip of this comely maid Made the eyes of more pretentious hues lower v Her Pa had joined the A S of EiAnd toiled through the cold and time i heat To get his friends and neighbors to see That theres profit in Dollar Wheat if What though farm papers are nofc sounding their horn This maid is shouting hosanna For when Papa gets sixty cents for his corn It means for her a piano This stronghorse bySighWondering could they win should they try IHer stately mien and graceful tact i meaningWhich CactiThlltHe who would win me for his bride Before he leads me to the altar rM lideNor555 To get the farmer to the front gripEquitysWith him through life Ill trip IIie Atueriistn SntlelFl o rIltyui ty iia bused on tlluity prncti s F producer l f ryHush f tricts are waiting to be organized There will be fifty memBers of ofHickmanl itable prices for farm products isq becoming a popular measure lentuckyncc rdin to our last report had over three hundred unions District and national organizers are gathering in the RheAtbeltcontrolledwheatxfor i If you are waiting on the other fellow wagonbei 1 rQ 99 II hrted ol J 411 r J o f 9 i wCii TI1L r- i 1 r 1 J t r I c r fxrr 1 0- r O nr rjD Iij fl I J ir That Cry OH MY BACK The little missionary7 Doans Kidney Pills free triiilc carries ease rest comfort Most People need kid ney help they who choose Doans get it helP that counts + DeerfleU IcdWhenI sent fo the trialbot of Doana Kidney Pills I had been afflicted for two months wilt pain in my back so bad that I coul Eat get from the house to the barn II was called rheumatism 1 ould get no relief from the doctors 1 began to im 2 prove oti taking the sample and goi two boxes at our druggists and al though 68 years of age I am almost ai new man I was troubled a good dea with my waterhad to get up foar and fire times a night That trouble is oyer with and once more I can rest the p night through My backache is al gOne and I thank you ever so mncl for the wonderful medicine JoanII Jao H Huber Press KldDiliPiU Indiana State Bank Beldlng Mich Jan 14 901I re calved triall box of Doans Kidney Pills n Whey did me lots of good I can nov Kb to bed and lie on my right sidethe pain there is all gone also the stomaci diitresa and belching of gas is allI stepped with the use of two boxes Mrs E S Beem IL F D Wo 2 Read rag Mich COURIERfMRS GEO WARREN Pro rss VRS MAGGIE ELLISON 5 p- aJ OED W WILSON Lessee and Editor Y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Tomorrow Saturday the ti county democratic convention will be held in Fulton and while it is contrary to all law or prece dent to hold the county couven tion in any but county seat towns yet the interference of the state chairman has made this riolatidn possible and it will beOf held there regardless of the law or the rights of Hickman in the matter Fulton haying secure theconvention it now devolves upon the rank and file of the party to attend it en masse and assert their right to a voice in the management of the partys I affairs and prevent if possible the scheme of the minority to send an uninstructedor what is ftc e rJ uuttueir unden duty as democrats apd citizens to attend this conven tionandmake certain that theI majority shall rule and the will of the party be done Noth ing into be gained by complaining Action is what is needed action that will countand now i is the time and the convention the place for action So long as the majority submit to the rule of the minority so long as they sit down and do nothing but com plain so long as they peacefully submit to the control that is be ing exercised over them by the few just so long will the minori ty rule and the sentiment of the great majority go unheeded t The rank and file of the party is to 1 1 all powerful and every demo I cat who possibly can should Ii iattend the convention andby hit vote register a kick that will count against futher domi y Q tnatlon of the many by the few l Make It a point to attend the convention and lend your assistance to again enthrone the ma jority in power It cannot be done by kicking alone s The Hickman public school y Yyin con t stant attendance for the past ten1 rtt rmonths will enter upon the oasis of childhood that is green with I memories for all vacation days t t Professor Boone principal of i Hickman college deserves j much credit fort high efficien 1i HisII 1 scholarship and excellent meth ods in the schoolroom as well as f an attractive personality leaver t impr M upon those who r ps under hie tuition and the t daily example placed before them f of an upright Christian life such 1 aril led by their principalcannot l l valuell rf JreatJnterelitinillta t a building aad uplifting of the jdtftll iu tvoioartiip and map k l I tizlIIxil rrf t r- iI r Aching backs are eased Hip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust t sediment high colored pain in passing dribbling frequency bed wetting Doaus Kidney Pills remove calculi and t gravel relieve heart palpitation sleep lessneas headache nervousuess dizzi Dlsa NAME 0 0 P STATE For free trial box mall thin coupon to FoktorMllburnCo laiUulo NY If nbon pace It IniuOcient write addreu on lepa rate a1lH hoodand his success is no doubt due in a large measure to his progressiveness There is no greater factor in the growth of the com munity and no higher evidence of the wisdom with whichour fathers have built than our pub lic school system Upon it rests the future of our very exis tence as a liberty loving and law abiding nation Time results obtained in the finished product of our schools depend largely upon not only teaching and training but precept and example and the relation ot such product to our national being is as the acorn to the oak Too much praise cannot be accorded Prof Boone and his able corps of assistants haveddone One after another of the southern States are sending delega tions to the St Louis convention I instructed to vote for Judge Par ker as the choice of the solid south Tins is particularly grat I ifying from the fact that Mr ouy the south Notwithstanding his assurance that he could buy it like an article of so much commercial value he has failed to get even recognition in any of the state conventions so far held and it is safe to say that he will be no more successful in the conventions yet to come His campaign in the First district has been entirely devoid of in terestsave perhaps to a few editors who have Hearst money to jingleand it is not believed that he will have any representation whatever from this dis trict in the state convention which meets in Louisville next Wednesday June 8 Up to date there has been no valid reason advanced by any of his followers as to why Gibraltar democracy should support him The fact of his having left considerable sums of money in various news paper offices in the district is rather an argument against than for him He has misjudged the democratic party It is not for sale even though a few editors have demeaned themselves by accepting his gold and he will find in the end that his policy was poorly conceived and his plans badly executed He may buy and sell paper to his hearts content but he cannot buy the democratic party any more than he can pluck the stars from the heavens Instead of being a candidate for reelection to the chairman ship of the state central and ex ecutive committees Allie Young will ecdeavor to have himself named as one of the four dele gates to the national convention at St Louis Owing to the man ner in which he has abused the confidence reposed in him by the democratic party of this state it I is not thought that his candidacy will be looked upon with favor by the delegates sembled at Louisville next Wednesday They have conceded that It iss about time for Mr Young t0 promenade to the rear and tie seated along with severalothers once high in the partys esteem who have rendered themselves most obnoxious by their high handed dealings The party Ills issued the edict and it will be enforced Whether he wants to or not Mr Young must retire i No men nor set of men can for long hold the democratic party under control Fields of promise everywhere await invasion and smile an in vitation An era of uuprecedent ed and unlimited possibility is ahead and we may attain any end we seek with energy purpose and directness ofaim Commencement is truly the cons mencing the beginning of a new life From books and teachers we turn to the application of what we have learned from theta Our dreams become realities j We are boys and girls ntf longer but men and women waysJtwhichi JMS Quay senator from Perm sylvania died at his home iVif ifBeavershort illness in his seventyfirst year The funeral was held Tues day of this week He was perhaps the most prominent of all national republican politicians and has long been upon the stage of political action He was known as one the shrewdest poli cians the republican party ever had and his death at this time will bp a bard blow to it LaaIesAid Society Entertained Mrs T A Ledfordassisted by Miss Marie Brevard enter tamed the Ladies Aid Society of the M E church at her pleasant home on Cumberland street Tuesday afternoon from four 1 sis During the two delight hours an excursion was mad oiuta i fariIlteleA pass enclosed in a dainty containing the necessary meaffn of transportationa tiny pencil Miss Brevardconductor iife chargerequested that each guest write the names of the stations as they were reached deciphering them from some puzzling questions printed on their tickets The rapidity of travel made sightseeing quite out of the question so nothing iVhenj i reachedafter an unprecedented hasty tripit was learned that Mrs C H Hubbard had that greatest number of correct an superiorkI b points was awarded first prizel1 a dainty souvenir spoon en thirtyfirstseconda pretty white silk fan after which all were served wit tempting refreshments beforelbiddingter a most enjoyable afternoon i I and trip that the occasion was the anniversary of her marriage whereupon one and allwerein manyjoyous Decoration Par c Decoration day at the city cemetery promises to be an interestingone The U D C have all the arrangements per fected for its proper observance and the public is generally invited to attend I Following is the program which will be begun at 290 today PrayerRev H O Johnson I Song =Americaeverybody Address Oaptain Ha A Tyler Song Tenting on the Old pGround t Solo by Rev H D Johnson chorus 1 I by 1 CVDecorationBenediction 1 i = i THROWN FEOM A WOOf J Mr George K Babcock was thro I I trom his wagon and severely bruised Balmfreely tnentlieknown citizen of North Plain Ooau Balmrorthe I bymy J u r I VI NO GREAT AMOUNT OF THOUGHTG T t r It Would be necessary to cause you to buy 4 Griffon Brand55 Clothing if you could see them They Possess more of That Custom Look than any rf ker line of clothes on the market 1 I Three things about our clothing line First The Style This is a very important feature Second the Make This includes fit and trimmings Third the Price t Which means much to you We are certainly right on these three prop ositions Our aim is to sell garments Jof the first grade The same is true of our hats shoes and furnishings is place your clothes I co do Il l TO J Ifiii v 7 r II J t I 7 J GO TO IJ J L ts r and fine and i PHOJ FOR SALE 120 acres of land on No6 and two and one bulf miles from Hiokmau CO acres cleared Price one half cash balance to suit Also 210 acres Charleston Mo Wilburs Food TIlE FOOD THAT FEEDS Costs less than one cent per day Tor u quarter of a century the cheapest nd best stock food on the Its the one stock food that can be sold ith the assurance of giving satisfactory esults TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE Trial packages free while they last II Prevents disease in animals Keeps lAir blood cool bowels loose and as ists assimilation of food Composed of urn ground barks roots and seeds to by John A R F D1 Old Strong Place Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it L Price gr 5IcfI A Perfect For All Throat and Troubles MeReY back It It faHs TrW sedan free I = I F t i1oi 1 Blue I Suits 10o toa 1250 Twill pay you nandsomely to get better acquainten with them Bet ter serge suits were never be fore ottered for 1000 and 1250 Theyre all wool fast color will not get shiny Hand made and hand filled collars hand made but ton holes and hand made all the way through short this the tofget Hfeadtofobt You are missing I IIn yourself goodift C AMBERQ OUTFITTER HIS MAJESTY THE CITIZEN ASir GET THE HABIT 1 CAUUTHERS CAFE POPULAR JOE CREAM twiSeasonable fruits candies Fresh bread cakes NE 9 0b1500 BayouADDr PASTURE INPACKAGES Stock market gramSold McOlure KingsI CX81JPTI8111 Cure Lung DrugCistJt Serge blue AMERICAN i FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Ilsxtoss at e t ZrIa Absolute Safety is the Basis Thai we offer to depositors Other in 1 1 ducements are of secondary importance y Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON CashierH BUCHANAN President DIRECTORSIfUIL11id1 J J C ONDURAN1 U AIJEXANIn It d ISLER r A LEDFORDD J 1f HICKMAN MARBLE WORKSEMrr An 7 I r L D o T01 DILLON Sr Prop r 4 C SucceMor to HO RawaCI secdl Garble and GraniteMonument aUREIN Q BTONEWOR oral grade IRON F I IN Hiokman 33 ThCOURIER i r BY rd 0 x3 Ji fL If l YourMay Heart OnePersona Weak HeartOne or the weakheartrciseYourable to pump theblood fast lungSomeHeartTroubloBackandSpellsDryAnklesColdhandsNo weakhelrtbecausewukandPOOrngsstomach eteHtroublebeginCureThe Heart Cure will do you good as It Isa eplendld tonic for the blood and nerves and will revitalize your entire system Finally NewHeartunder a guarantee that the first goodIfbackIheart trouble forthree years I would be apparently ullright hnd without Thetattacksweren terrible dread pos ssed me as i never knew whenwhere ornor under Icouldwou1l1mrlveconsulted and wastreated by Homo of the most eminentphysicians of the state Notilef from this finding ro begtagtowhich entirely once I used ten boltleY nottndJOHN years MIt5DRISBACiC Ielpslc 0 FREE Write TrialPnckatPain Pills the flitRemedy OurSpecialist tellyoulree to right It a1EILAEORATORIES l1ND0- obbinsTftomas Tyle- rAttorneysatLaw Office over Hickman Bank Y1W RONEY LA 111LIL HickIn all ry Settlements and divisions oj estates Office in tho Powell fnriu r REMLEY SHAY Long list of real estate on hand Specialattention paid to abstracts Ront- alscollectecll for other1 par iGS Couulut3 1- regard to notes all doubtful parties We list any thing in personal prop erty to the value of S100 or over except stock COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY JJGVBONDURANTSon I Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford Randles store 1IIOKAIAN KY Jr S K Davidson 1 Dentist HWKMAN KY Office upstairs over f 1 wycwgiii9c ti XISpecialist Eye Ear Nose and TljroalO- fflce 1 Hours 9 to 12 aIII 2 to 4 pmI Office over llnlrnin q Drug Stnn CashBDDkStare a I SpletrJHd Selection of NEW BOOKS STATOERY C NOTIONS Ei EverytfbfngT MARY BERENDES Co J warns raIrSt Lauis j jTickets at low rates COw Oa sale Fo aPlid frR j iigeut s 3 1 fuss D1esllebrluds Miss Menu DieHIebrinks gave a delightful l1t home Friday afternoon twten 3 and 4 oclock All musicians acquitted mirable style and were echo There was uo special the performance that called tit The artistic ble expression which of each performer is due thu teachers un thud of is a special feature with briuk and was introduced of memorizing That her meut was u succtss was large aud appreciative representative families of This young artist is front and her admirable gaining public favor which deserve Following isi the JUOdlUM Military Gulop LabiizUy Misses Lhe Spinning Oirj Veon Miss Little Light earts GuibulMi s Cn The Twilight Guuschal Mist RondeauTwn pianos Misses Alurrell Hale La Premiere Uiinsucso Missus Vo land Lho BellsMora Miss jclmeeglookmi Behr Misses Halo Juno Roses Fullertou The March of the Gvpsi s Misses Flem ug Last Hope juttsehafk Miss Over Hill and DaleTvo Misses Murrell Flouring Hartluit Le Petite VuUe Struabbog Misses Lois Hartlolt and Merry Companions h t4eIiI Mis3 Cradle SougWohitaat- Musts Swan NavSor and First Waltz Miss Meadow Play Ililler Misses Ira Spnidlin aid Pas RedoublH SlroabUog Misses Mary Maddox Ira Ruth lKimbro Dance of the Nymphs1 Miss Little Havmakers MISSRS Mary Maddox and hlyitigThei Kite Salome Miss May Day Rathbmi Misses Pauline Beckman Lillian Choat Little Indian HoDeitz Master Dance of the Bears Helir Miss Little Sunshine Polka Misses Icie and Master Serenade Moskowski hisi Maroh Triompbalj LVlM M LqiiuLibi rt4 lH in Lillian Ohoat In Memoriam In Ciearwater Flu of May Mrs Addie nonth and day of the daughter Carrie Mai lied parsed into the prE the blessed Savionr who formed her soul for There should be comfort in that death is only A earths life and loves and i higher life Many dened and more than ono Uepeu in gloom She was example could well be who will long be missedand is a kind and thoughtful friend and neighbor a nd a faithful loving wife of person and gentle graces which attracted many tug the more youthful He were even theu but a luciion to those qualities ueart which ever pusested gard and affection The youth were her friends for disposition was by iiauro t toward the gentle virtues thies yet not without regard principle Upon this uy his grace became the rfhe wits u sincere and tarlH unhesitating in professing out her faith according to her duty How desolate tare that rejoiced in her presence t jar sorrow is tempered by uappy reunion iu Heaven loved daughter Carrie Mai loved outs who may be Golden Gate to greet her ful welcome Then to her truly sister brother anti friends I c o wheu God would onward by taking loved shall we not humbly puss rod knowing that while clients are inscrutable and past finding out it hath uto human hi a ts to and beauties and glories that He has in store for and serve Him WAJfTED Special this county and adjoining represent and advertise an ed business house of l standing Salary 21 penses advanced each directly from headquarters buggy furnished when i tion permanent Address 6CKMouou+ Bldg Chic ten MADK YOUNG Ono of Dr Kings each night far two weeks h my teens again writes D of Dempseytowu Pa in the world for liver bowels Purely ve I gripe Only 25c at all1 When you want to hire a buggy for a drive ae Davis TUeyTe got tbe fancy rigs Tr l BIG Elhl jf Slt M WHat te I cla11 for C k to Once refurnish M l would probably of la outfit ad e by a judicious hssta lad many that is if he were giant say the Ca and ready do not carry turn than 12 The Wp1 three quartercj while tb stlkadnx and onehalf 1 l is the ijdIJ IS Fat for the stores to far In excess pf worn many of the 19 in collars laj half Is the biggest People wbqj Chicago poheeBenj 12 foot in the an t be considered Cinderellas g8al wonder where thf oated guardians ot One store makes the police deg shoes thatrui all of the CM get fitted In this require even a Wgr these must have for them fromthe have hands to a favorite glove gloves in sizes rang giant might get a wear FORMALITY la a DomE tle llirbF Iall of a substit tio i herewith rej true says the Phlla illustrates the fond and hypheated some people whoV and also the falls to the ones A Ger wishing to gut a former employer of as follows 1In the 0 Who laChump great favor iMrs1 furnish ajreferS formerlytllcedJ of- v i Smith Mrs 04 many social en prevent her b pa attention r very necess t be thoroug John J i CLOTHES tlo + ri J Jo cheerfully to I Brady as f Miss M Afts carefuly catered nster L Barrett Master Jo Jones Miss A Ag gentle and does ASPARAGUS trolley cars Vegetable + Ouly the Very of all vege r this time of the for that matter fruits and vege New York Sun 6 asparagus in It is produced This retails a dozen bunches or Each bunch is likeiii This retail sure to be prettY dont get veryII a dollar big and little as cost you about jIIprices for this at well till stya they get down ItIitof such acpara stsmbut altogether great quantify people In Nip l before well ableto I they want aid and vegetables I ever did f R ttIfrom Influfo was surprised fv r in his roomf ears ago eloped to on her knees she s the man with after makinga ntlr died TIShe nursed him but a6e I het self and dicd 1 Their Skalla requests sometimes Wildez of Car asked Gt if he would be will skull after death the crania of celt to form fa phrenological mr The journall has bequest now for 4s Verestchagin I w a safe pasth ky wnd hasprV buHat thathary fJlar k 1 1Kr K kffii ii ff i gS y ALFRED G 12J452a Elecord 919This great sire belongs to a trotting family that is second to none He is a prov- en sire of fast game and levelheaded race horses He breeds large and strong Al fren G is a rich brown horse in color 153 hands high weighs 15U pounds a perfect feet individual and with the best of disposition He is the sire of ti2 withrecords from 207 to 230 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 Oakwpod Farm S14 miles east of Hickman Kyton the State road at the low price of x+ 25 to insure foal USUAL TERMS HANJY ANJHandy Andy is a bay horse eight S years old sixteen 10 hands high and weighs twelve IlUlHlrQa 1200 pounds He is a perfect individual with fine disposition There is no where to be found a better combined saddle and harness horse than Handy Andy To see him is to want one of his colts Terms tten dollars 10 to insure Handy Andy will make the season of 1004 at my Oakwood Farm three and a half mles east of Hickman Kv AMERICAN ECLIPSE NO 405 American Eclipse is a registered black jack with while points He is by IMPORTED JtEHOJ This lack was said by some of the best jack men of Middle Tennessee to have been the best jacir tlmtrim Lr4 tnTmytrittlliiildle 1enaeasee = for years llo tegl4ahepremiuurtttLulaski Tenn over a field of 02i jacks American Eclipse is a perfect individual lotfhands Ifigh under the standard and weighs 1150 pounds He has a flue head ear bone and muscle He pleases all who see hUll American Eclipse will make the season of 104 at my Oakwood Farm three and a half nines east of Hickman Ky on the State road Terms 10 to insure mares 20 to insure jennets Correspondence Solicited Pedigrees on Application Et A TYLER Prop Pallas Brown at Fulton Crowded out last week While iu Fulton Suudny last we hud the pleasure of sittoudiuK the Baptist church and liken rto au excellent sermon by Rf i M K Dodd After the sermon the coure atou was treated to our of ibo finest pieces of violin music tthat uis over been hoard West Kei tuck Pallas Urown tie Jun violii 1StJr Clinton Kxwho ts gained su U a wonderful reimtatit within tho past twelve months having wou the applause of connoisseur iu all of the United States rendered The Holy City with such sweetness ul mellowness cf toue that his audit were completely curried away with Mr Brown is a young man of not ore than nineteen years aud posesse iho undeniable charm of not having been in the least affected by the honors he has wou He is quiet reserved aud Huaasumiug and while ho cannot help but know that the people are infatuated with his work on the violin tho knowl dgrf has not caused his head to swell nor given him au exulted opiuiou ol himself which makes him all the wore charming The fact that he is the son of the soil of our sister county lend y lustre to hIS reputation and valises his fellow citizens hereabouts to be all the ore proud of him And the best of iit is that he deserves all the praise that is bestowed upon hiiu lies work is the work of a uenlus QUICK AKUEST J A Gulledge of Verbena Ala was twice in the haspltal from u severe vas of piles causiiin 21 tumors After doc tors and till remedies failed Bnckleu- Anrica Salve quirkily arrested inflammation and cnred hiniMt don quers aches and kills pain 25 j at all1 itruggists WANTED V truttworthy gentler an or lady iu each county to manage business for an old established house of solid n nnucial standing A straight boua fid weekly salary of 818 paid by check each Monday with all expenses direct from headquarters Money advanced for ex pease Epclosd addressed envelope Alawager sea Gtuton Bldg Chicago 0 I 4 See us for nIl kinds of Seeds Irish Potatoes Sweet Potatoes I Millet andI Oatst c CI orcf I Timothyi f t Garden Seeds Onion Sets l Goods delivered free Telephone 81 H Buchanans Corner f H L CARPENTER eJ rfJ Io aFS 7 Mi ft The Hichman Grocery and Meat Market ilt youk110WFree Delivery t i To sil6t n 74 T i if j o rty 1- I J g1v CHALLENGE FROM HELM Si ELLISON otter to Uetuud Money if Dr Howards Specific Will Not Cure Any Cure of Constiuation or Dyspepsia Helm Jk Ellison are seekiup the worst case of dyspepsia or constipation in flickmau or vicinity to test Dr How ards new specific for the cure of those diseasesSo nre they that this remarkable medicine will effect a lusting cure in a short time that they offer to refund the mouey should it not be sue cesslulIn t to secure the quickest intro duction EelmL Ellison will sell a reg nlar fifty ceut package of this inediiuno for half price 25 cents This specific of Dr Howards will cure sick headache dizzy feelings coat stipatiou dyspepsia and all forms ot malaria and liver trouble It does not simply give relief for u time it waspermanent and complete cures It will regnlttte the bowels tone up the whole intestinal tract give you au appetite make food taste good and diI gent well and increase vigor Joy and happiness will take the place of that dout care whether I live or die feeling Take advantage of Helm aud Ellisons challenge awl secure a bottle of Ur Howards specific at half price with their personal guarantee to refuud your money if it does not help you There is no need of suffering with constipation dyspepsia or liver disease when you can get sixty doses of a scien title medicme for their cure liKe Dr Howards specific for the small sum of 25 cents Fourth of July Program The following is a synovia of the program for the Fourth of July cele bration at Hickman Ky 1901 RIVER ATTRACTIONS Yacht races between the Ida Belle and Golda Lee Boat races between tho Shiloh and the Rabbits Foot ono mile Skiff races300 yards Canoe races300 yards Swimming races50 yards V Diving contest Swimming on back 25 yards Air bed race 100 yards Tub ruce25 Yludsjt Riding barrel raco2 yards 12 OCLOCKGRAND PARADE Consisting of floats clowns bur lesquo etc- Athletic contest ou Maiu street One hundred yards running dash Sack race 50 yards yardsEggRunning backward race25 yards yardsIiatBase ball game at Athletic Park at 230 p m- Throwing of baseball Throwing of hammer Log rolling W 01V contest Catching pig feFollowingthe great fox Hunt ace will take place starting from Athletic Park Fire Works display at night on a float anchored in the Mississippi river Grandest pyrotechnic display ever seen in Hicktnau Barbecue and bran dance through the entire day THOS DILLoN SR Chairman SecretaryB H C BARRETT I DR L P BALTZEK F T RANDLE FEED BKKESDES DR O W CORUV Committee MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage businiss in this country and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid fi naucial standing 2000 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Monday by check direct from beadquartere Ex pense money advanced Position permanent Address Manager 810 Como Block Chicago Illinois G12t + fGet tho habit of buying your ice cream at Oarutliers Dont worry with making it when you can buy It cheaper Got Tour- TICKETI r Now is the time to start To buying cheap for cash We know it is hard to part With the coin you hold till the last But try our profit sharing System of paying cash And pretty soon youll be wearing Jewels and cutting a dash For your table will be loaded With GOOD GRUB of all kinds And your pockets will be gloated With the money youe laid behind Buy your groceries of us Vresell EM CHEAP by JOVP V We give you your dishes n We give to you a stove See our beautiful- QllEENSWARE AND RANG- Given Away Save the tickets that save yoi money J 1RfJ LD- J t J k t JV TRANSPORTATION IN SIAM l Quaint and Gorgeous Water Craft and Buggies Made Without Metal of Any Sort Slams exhibit in the department of transportation at the worlds fair will I embrace many Interesting novelties Bangkok is known as the Venice of the east The great alluvial plain of south ern Slam is threaded with thousands of miles of canals which servo as the thor oughfares of tho country While in the north and the loss low lying regions the rivers and rapid flowing streams serve the same purpose The Siamese arc an aquatic people and as a result there Is no nation in the world probably that can show such tl number and variety of styles of Hosting craft as can Siam All these arc represented at the worlds fnlr from the deli cate little priests canoe so nicely ad justed to is burden of a single persoi that Its gun wales nre seftrcely clove tin ripple of the surface and its Uilance 1 so nice and Its poise so graceful that It appears a marvel on the wattrs to tin splendid big rice boats which for utll ity strength and form as cargo boats are scarcely surpassed In tho world There are hundreds of models shown and many fullsized boats for tho quiet lagoons the rougher streams and this open waters of the gulf The vehicles for land transportatlor are almost as numerous and varied h typo The various packs for the bacl of bullocks ponies and men chairs anc sedans and the howdahs for the ole phants are grouped with a great varlet of carts and sledges or drags covered and open as the case may be One particularly ingenious example 1is a fullflzed burn made entirely ot wood and plaited bamboo even to tin springs the whole being absolutely devoid of Iron There are also fullsize bullock carts A peculiarity of all tbes conveyances Is that they are constructs throughout without a nail or any irot whateverThe building is one of tho beau tiful structures among tho foreign buildings between Mexico and Nica ragua TO FIGHT MICROBES The Government Will Have an Elab orate Exhibit of Models at Worlds Fair The Bureau of Public Health and the Marine Hospital Service will show many practical models Among those will be a model showing how a well is contaminated with typhoid fever or cholera by proximity to a neighboring cesspool models of drawings of practical improved tenement houses to re place the unsanitary dwellings which crowd congested portions of some of our cities and models showing how the purification of water diminishes the number of cases anti the death jr tJIrr typboltlhcYfranrl gl1Stro Intestinal disease In general Thero will bo a model of a Quaran tine Station a display of Improved disinfecting machinery showing use of steam sulphur formaldehyde and chemical disinfectants In solution a model of a floating quarantine plant or disinfecting barge a Held bacterio logical outfit and photomlcrogrmphlr apparatus a model of yellow fever detention camp with tho display of the Xray and projection apparatus n model of a public health and Marlnr Hospital Service operating room The wall space will contain photo graphs illustrating marine hospitals domestic quarantine foreign quarantine Immigration service sanitarium for tuberculosis etc HYMN OF THE WEST Poet Stedman Has Written the Worlds Fair Hymn Has Been Set to Music Western folk will be charmed by thi beautiful hymn written by Edmund Clarence Stedman upon the invltatioi of the worlds fair management lie calls It the Hymn of tho West a title befitting so splendid a production It has five stanzas and Prof John K Paine of Harvard university has writ ten tho music which Is no leis grand The first public rendering this hyim will be on tho opening day of the great exposition Saturday April HO when tl drilled chorus of 500 voices will ring It Other musical compositions specially written upon Invitation of the worlds fair management are a march Louisiana by Frank Vanderstukcn dlrectoi of the Cincinnati orchestra and a waltz Along tho Plaza by Henry 1C Hadley 3f New York All are famous com posers and their compositions have the originality and high merit expected foes such a signal event The several pieces will bo played by the many bands In their musical programmes during the exposition Queen Anne Designed This Building The British pavilion at the worlds fair is a reproduction of the orangery of the Kensington palace It was repro duced at a cost of over 100000 and Is one of tho most elegant structures ever reared at an exposition The original building was designed under tho per sonal direction of Queen Anne more than 200 years ago Engine Attains High Speeo The palace of transportation at the worlds fair Is a handsome building covering 15 acres In the department assigned for railroad exhibits there arc aEn table attain a speed equal to SO mile S per hour Designed by the Kaiser I r Germanys pavilion at St Louis I reproduction of the famous castle at CharlotteBburg near Berlin was planned bv ti Igsor WP ja1 v i F IT ISrBig thOWOtldlFair iiIThree acres of everything Qitheace of agriculture at the woe rafujj 1 ltolIsj I wholesome beverages and salts sell as to their merits c blm1 Chief Taylor appointed Paul isito nrI superintend this food exhibit thfjrSinI of a universal scope over to bonJnd I Mr Pierce is a son of the late flpteit States Senator Pierce of North tabta and for ten yearn has been cditjnfo I publisher of a journal devoted Wfife tSpncei t naniptlfltAgriculturalj exposition structures and ono 6 the most appetizing exposition dllfflaya ever contemplated is shown ovoryslayt Iof the fairii fj Not only are tho foods of thc RorldUl shown but each exhibitor giro dimonl t stratlons of the qualities of his res f Titus the breakfast food mamdacbitet are not contest with showing a piStoill 1 of pachasfK and their f x d In InnKJ i ueatlyclfi alI tie daiKty dishes of which the foci at Bafingi1derserve tho Hghtet and ilnffitiet ofibis cults and in order to mate thorn In greater demand serve them wllthII bet creamery butter and syrup The fruit preservers and the plfeklfct t manutaetarers hire talen large a1JDtkS of spice and have several hundred arleUrs that tire worlds fair fjaitarj may select fainplwl from at will M The elulIIJlp ie1 coma interests mate a srrcrt told for oPltlarttt cu of rich eLc olatJ R d any of tha ottcome deQserts or h bfh the p ucts of l tho chocolatn btn form a component part are served In Its moat ofprtns form while the ono who preforpcoa may have his want supplied fothe lmereIf the housewife observes fcoaniy tho tricks of the experts who mall the delicious coffees that are acrrqjlTfroni the artlstia booths she must lenrptnjich of the art qf coffetsmaHng And1lfor ten tl1o rowers from an coJhD41jxert their best efforts tl1prnve that t1rtea has the most delightful flavor l- And so it Is all down tho life of edibles Tho same thing is truotogBoft drinkables W ART AT ST LOUIS Tho Building Devoted to It Is a Model j of Its Kind in Many f j Ways V The Art Palace of the Louisiana P chaso exposition differs in one Imi JLiRblrIQlffiifigdllrrl I the exhibits will be iiuUiicd floor thero will he no upstairs t lanes no long staircases to asp nland descend The authorities of i department demanded the ofrsenatl 1 of four conditions In tint planqing rtII the Art Palace first that the gallcrlei should he ado jiiatcly lighted lerotdII that they should be well third that tIl e hulldlnps shouldr lo arranged ns to oforsl the free arcufa tlon of largo nuuihors of vMtorfl with out den er ofeontesti0u and fhurlI that the structures sltouid ho firpropt Tho Art InlAco Is located upOn a hill s9uth of the main group cif xJ habit buildings and la entirely iiilaedi from other exhibition structurip lib f 11GI 11 central structure is of brick andiston antI is icnnnneiiL The two aid pay vllions whIch are temporary strac tures aro of brlck with clecoralle4 tails In staff in tho rear of thfjRrt Palaco provision Is iun lo for an elabl orate system or decorative garsw- ith wr fountains flowers and ornamen 4pl sbnibl iT A special pftviirojfl fiiprovldod for sculpture Certain pfecosf of statuary appropriate to the posii outdo04ntho rtPllacehavtTbeento the benuty of the general offlctv Tho Art Palace contains sari BkyJiStJl cd galleries a Iwo court for thecr4 hlbiUon of sculpture and a numbai if aidclihtcd galleries especially wfl Shelonglngi decrimtlonare special galleries opening into Bio hlonl te lilted both to sculpture and archUtc wkhbothf bothJJ LouisianaPurchasen made up of three bIg cascade lie oiStatesIQiic columns forming a background forfa1 1qslatesI three highly ornate buildings iue Ildp Qiornatcn end Added to this and filling ItTjhe picture are lawns gardens florbeds trees vases walks and im I proachesJJbLouis fair gained his first exp Wo iCerclate at4iiatonnla1 lIe was In charge at Cta o in 1S93 and filled the samer a the f gT c 19a8 t 1 1 3- p t Rt r u2T r J T 1oLcoIUrs OBUG STORE I EoloombsS Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla with Iodide of PotashA lpowerfull purifier of the blood acting tlirougli tthi natural secretory andI fxcivtory organs removing those matters which disturb its purity EColccsnibes Wiiit Pine ExpaotorantCl1res coughs colds and con sumption hoursenesp loss of voice bronchitis and nil inflamed conditions of tilt lungs and bronchial tubes SSolconibes Nerve and Bono LinimentThe Lest liniment ill the world for painful ailoctions of the nerve find bone system o1comb8 Srs Friend an unequaled preparation for worms of any kind ETolcombes Headache Powders A sure cure for Nervous and Pys peptic1 Headaches mental exhaustion and fatigue S SoloQ333be EfibfclI Live 3ills For Torpid Liver Biliousness Bizi riness Constipation and Dyspe- psiaHOLCONBES DRUG STORE THE MAKER OF LOW PRICES u Arkansas Texas r Louisiana An iilcal country for cheap dollies Land at I5 10 and sir 1per Jicrc grows corn cotton whent oats grasses fruits and vegetables Stock ranges 10 months in the year Southeast Missouri Ark ansas Louisiana and Texas are full opportunities the climate is mild the soil is rich the maids are cheap Low Homeseekers rates about half farvin the Cotton Belt twice a month first and third Tuesdays For descriptive literature maps and excursion rates write to W C PEELER D P A S prrON 1ff P s1YMrrrie ttant YOlJ JE W LABEAUME O P t T A irrov I BIT ST LOUIS MO TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION CITY North Bound No2 Lwivas daily 11 AT a in No to Loaves 1240a m No 12 Leaves tttkAay lriUp ir- Rohtli Hound No I Leavos dally n Spm No 1 Leaves fft5 nIII No 15 Loiives wk day insd ibOu in C E CLARKE ficwnl Mmnifrr liT LOCIS C M SHEPARD JNO M BEALL 4nIisw7Ar nt Ai11YnrApmtBU- UILY ST LOI1R PitSBURG COAL JUNEI DELIVERY att S485Iounrspf l AA FARIJR IIO 1Cq la Po WFTo t t a 4 eea C8-I SI I eI S I Pacts ItI- G = Tell the StorySj o IT is A PACT that Hickman will celebrate the Fourth of July e IT is A FACT that economy is a j- Q good thing w I wIi imoneysi worth IIr is A FACT that if you compare onr prices with others you will buy ie from us 2 iv ftft t = It is a fact that we will save you 9 money on1 any thing oought ofusI It is a fact that we appreciate q your trade w = It is a fact thai our furniture and coffins are the best value for the Imoney In the country e BARRETT SHAW Se u HiOKM N BANKS IIIOKMjJST KIT1 CapitalI Stock Paid 5000000 rj Surplus and Undivided I Profits 2000000 Having groat resources cOnsorvntive m inairfttneut tnda representative Board of Directors and being quippe i with niiHscelled facilities for the lJiclduunHunkl individuuK proiuishii the utmost liberality of treat ment consistent with prudent business methods CaulierJIoJ 01 StenograpHers Furnishedhv burJWe Employment Department M Male or female to operate anY make ofmachine j We carefully examine all applicants and Save you time and trouble Let us know what machine is usedcharacter of work to be done and the salary you want to pay We will meet your require ments promptly I No charge to either party for this service Telephone or write us he Smith Prem Typewriter Co injIi 1 Ft 4 4 BLU T Ao1NGI STAMPSi I Monday June 6 We will begin givingf Blue Trading Stamps with each 10 cent cash Purchase FURNITURE WILL BE GIVEN AWAY MONDAY JUNE 6 All tickets on the three pieces of furniture will lbe given oat this week and the sealed tickets will I 0 he opened Monday The parties holding the corresponding numbers will then be given the furniture jlT I t L t Baltzer j DoddsII itLI rl LOCAL AND PERSONAL fL J Get the habitiVisit Hickman on the Fourth For good pictured go to Rosedale All the latest drinks at Caruthers Use Sunshine Flour none better Get the habitnGo to Caruthers Use Sunshine Flour none better AM DeBow spent Sunday in mea son Teun Get the habit of going to Caruthers for cold drinks Rosedale the old reliable for pic tures of all sizes and kinds yl Try a glasof Caruthers Ice Cream Soda Its better than ever r Getithe habit of going to Caruthera ft I Itorrcold drinks and you will cover regret Attorney T N Smith and Mr Gra haiuof Fnlton were in the conuty seat t I IfI ItV I Monday I I hourIs I R Leggate t 1 i Mr and Mrs RybertFlie of Jackson i Teun are in town on business and l pleasure combined 1t It is rumored that there will be a I r ntarriagecif oueiof our young popular society couples the middle of this mouth i 1 hJ J t t 11fFIIE4LTJI-M litod 2 L DAEINU lPOWDERl r a AIIlutely PureA t lfINSlJTlTUTE v fJ F r- i f i v ttf II 1 u u Visit Hickman on the Fourth Rosedale makes stamp pictures 23 tor 2T cents First class work Thomas Dillon Sr has been renovating his residence on Troy Ave Harry Sells of Cairo is vjaitms his cousin Willie Barnes this week Miss Rosa Watson has returned from Bowling Green where she has been at tending school- Contractor Walters wife and son of Martin Tenn were in Hickman Sunday on a visit to friends Miss Shellie Stowo postmistress at Mabel was in the city Tuesday euroute t Dawson Spriiigs for her health Passengers and baggage hauled to and from all trains and bouts on short notice by Davis Legate Phone 110 withontpurebloodpure blood Tones and invigorates the whole system Mrs S Hubbard will attend tho Worlds Fair in St Louis in a few weeks after which she will spend the summer at Eureka Springs Davis S Loggate have a beautiful hearse that may be had on short notice Will go anywhere at any time Phone 110 Stove Stahrs old stand A bundle of letters were found on the Troy road From the address they are the property of R H Kirk who canI secure them by calling at this office Postmaster T V Beadles and Alton ney Ed Thomas of Fulton were in jj town Saturday in attendance at the meeting of the Fulton County republi can committeeI Mrs Clara Johns and children of Corinth Miss are visiting her mother Mrs Ontton during her husbands ab sence in attendance on a series of uied- II ical lectures at Chicago A horse attached to Jas Lcdwidges dairy wagon became frightened at an i advertising wagon of a nomadio photo solicitor and ran away breaking the shafts and tearing up the harness Mrs Dr Jas Raker of Jonesboroueh Ark who has been visiting her parents the family of J A Stubbs was taken quite ill Monday last Her husband was summoned and arrived Tuesday Local Union No1 A Sof E held an enthusiastic meeting at the court honst Saturday last Farmers and friends ol 1 farmersare cordially invited to attend these meetings j they will beheld every I two weeks Lookout for the next date I- AO Caruthers i Hickmans popnlai caterer is this week having put in a new arch over hi 4 baking oven the oldt one having become worn out He will have it in running order by tonight if nothing happens Edgar Naylor and Miss Ruby Fleming J W Morris Jim Seat SD Lnten Qi L Perry Simon Smothernmu Tyler Boalo lass Glazer Jim Roberts and several others attended the old folks song service at Mount Carmel church last Sunday Under the management of W K Wall the Monitor comes to us tits week in an unproved style He has dispens ed with the patent inside made it a five column eight page paper and filled it with excellent reading matter all of a local nature and made other improve ments that speak well for the future MonitorC Alexander chairman of the Fulton county democratic committee was in town Friday on business No significance attached to his visit to the county seat as he came ou busiupa ofr a private nature Restated however that he would not be a candidutjr for reelection to the county chairman shipono term being quite sufficient himMiss Della Allen who has been a teacher iu Potter College Bowling Green for seven years is in the city on a short visit to friends prior to her departure for Hampton Va where she has accepted a position Miss Allen was up to a short time ago a resident of Hickman where she was raised aud- is well known to our people She is making her headquarters with her sister Mrs Dr A A Faris The Courier stated last week that Mrs Rose G Adams missionary to Cuba lately returned intended to bring a number of Cuban children with her for the purpose of finding them homes but wits prevented by our im migration laws This was erroneous They were not to seek homes but were to attend school hero and later return to their native land as teachers in the Mariel orphanage Mr J T Wilson of Union City cousin to B F Wilson was in town Sat urday Mr Wilson first came to Hick man in 1833 and remained here until I ju4befgre tho war when he moved to Union City where he has since resided Re owns a tine farm in the bottoms and it was business connected with this that brought him here He reA marked with qoneiderable emphasis up w i u m the progress Hickman was making iayiug that the signs of prosperity were everywhere written Visit Hickman on tho Fourth Tisnt safe to be a day without Dr Thomas Eclectric OiP in the house Never can tell what moment au accident is ftOing to happen Prof Cheek of Fulton was in town Saturday on business He came in on the same train as the members of the republican county committee and he was somewhat exercised for fear of being considered a backslider The professors democracy is too well known however to permit of a suspicion that he was oven thinking of deserting the ranks of tlleparty of which he has been a life bag member t Mothers Ion their dread for that terrible secon summer when they limp Dr Fu lers Extract of Wild Strawberry in the house Natures specific for bowel complaints of every sort J X Jam Salmon living in East Hickman brought to the Courier last week a lalge petrified honeycomb which he found ou Bayou De Cheiu He was of the opinion that it had formerly been ii yellow jackets nest but the coucen sw of opinion of those to whom it was IwasI that it is a petrified honeys comb The cells are almost as distinct usln the combs of last season and they appear to contain a quantity of petrified beaey It is quite a curiosity at any j rafe and has been placed among our colection of curios where it has al reedy attracted considerable attention freui passers by I IJ C Helole cement walk contractor of kayfiold arrived in the city Monday and is getting things in readiness prep aratory to building concrete walks about tho court house The outside or streets walk will be on three sides of the square and six feet wide while the walks within the inclowro leading from thBgates to the throe entrances and I those running around the building from door to door will be tour feet wide He expects to begin laying them next Mon I daY and to finish in six weeks The building of these walks was authorized lby the Fiscal court at its last meeting andJConnty Judge nearby and Prosecu tprRemiey were named as a committee to represent the court W look after their construction f Oily one remedy in the world that wtltfat once stop itchiness of the skin J iu ay part of the body Doans Oint rneit At any drug store50 cents 1a- C j 1 I1ELM t ELLISON Say 6tt jet the Best The Best Paints for all purposes area B Pi S1 60GDBEST I j r Of course there are lots of other good paint sJbut relywetion They stand sun and weather best TIlevJ give best protection They retain their original fresh colors best They cost less for the same ser vice then any otlnr paints We invite you to send for a free color cardand tell us what painting you are thinking of 1 HELM b ELLISON RROORESSIVE DRUGGISTS The Original CutRate WATCH US GROW The advertising matter for the Fourth of July celebration in Hickmau arrived Saturday morning and is this week being posted throughout all the region round about The work is ex cellent being printed on white paper in red and blue and having a red white and blue border with a flag shield in each corner The subject matter tells nil about the various sports and games the river and aquatic sports the fox chase and baseball a1eand In fact everything that would have a tendency to interest and bring to Hickman on that eventful day any and all porous who chance to see it The posters wore gotten up linger the direction of the advertising committee of the general committee and will not only advertise the celebration but win tell a story in themselves of the profreaaivenpsa of the town having the foresight to put oat and recognizing the value of good ad tvertisiug matter The work reflects great credit ou the committee and if it does not bring the largest crowd on that day that this town has ever seen for any occasion we miss our guess SUED BY InS POCTOR A doctor here hag sued me for12 50 which I claimed was excessive for a casfljof cholera inqrbus says R White of Cliellu CalhALthl trial he prats edhismedicalskill agdmrtdiciel asked him if it was not Chamberlains f RtHBedyhensedit was and he would not say under oath that it was not No doctor could tease a better remedy than this a case of oyTf Visit Hickmaa oa the Tourtb t O s- r It pw1 j 4 0 4 r C 7 41 f 5314I I I J 1 j 5488 4 4 f K F These are the two numbers that draw the two free trips to the Worlds Fair given by Smith 4i An1bergrit Tfy At 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon Misses Mary Durham and Mabel Ayres drew one ticket each from the box in which duplicates of every ticket given out had been placed The first number drawn was 5314 the second 5486 The persons holding the tickets bearing these numbers will please bring them in at once You can take the trip any time during the fair or if you do not care to go you can take out the amount in merchandise- S f ImportantDO NOT DESTROY YOUR TICKETS For if the tickets bearing the above numbers are not brought in before I June 18 they will become void and we will have another drawing so even if you are not successful in the first drawing you may be in the second jf r x TWO FREE TRIPS AUG I The drawing just closed has caused such widespread interest that we have decided to give two more free trips Instead of giving a ticket with every SI cash purchase as before we will give a ticket with every 50c cash purchase By trading with us during June and July besides getting goods of the very highest quality at the lowest prices you t will have an opportunity to take a free trip to the great Wdrlds Fair Commence now to secure tickets u u I t SMITH a AMBERSHICK AN KENTUCKY r t i t LOCAL AND PERSONAL I tItPorterhouse steaks at Frosts restaur ant Jesse Helm is home on a short visit to his mother and other relatives Henry Matson and wife of Stata Line were In the city Monday A new lot oflEton collars just rr rived at H C Ainbergs sizes 11 to 14 County Attorney Remley and Deputy Seat went to Alexander on business TuesdayMiss and Paul Shaw and Miss Jennie Matson of State Line were in the city Wednesday- An open switch at State Line came t very near resulting In a wreck but was discovered in time to avoid the dis aster John MeU resigned his position as t Lee tine agent here onthe first of the month He was sncceeded by John Richards 10 Your attentions directed this week to the ads of Cue Threlkeld and Helm Ellison Read them You will tind something of interest therein Mrs A M Tyler entertained a few friends at her rooms in the LaClede last Friday evening in honor of her niece Miss Mattie unite Shumate r We were a fortunate winner in thee 7500 cotton receipts contest of tbe Atlanta Constitution but we believe writinglout our check Ipstead of a 5000 prize 4 which we should have received we were sent only tnOg with the infonnaiion that ours was a consolation prizeI A picnic under the auspices of the M E Church of Union City Tenn was held in Leonard Maddoxs grove at State Line Thursday lust several car luau of excnrsionsts carne out from the cltv and soon dispersed ttem chel as suggested itself A bras+ banes Will iu attendance to euliveu the OoI iisiou with maskn Viler City WiHi At Athletic Park Wednesday afternoon the game of ball between the chaapioot and the Union City nine re 4 4aultedia a acoreof 15 to 5 in favor of the t vWtots Hickman played good ball but Uatoe City was too strong for them IIIIt waa an interesting game from begin B1atcto end and all the players seemed t a 1 ifttle This te the first game oartey save loetthis season and this lMt ipiinri Welt for the strength and k jtntn rJTtf Tltftna of the visitors f 4 TWlXtY FIVE CENTS Will fir yam a rest Will stop your tiaaBAitckiBg ParacamphabsolHte I t Iy earw puss wLU1er bleeding or itch J O Ir lwl br Uelai Ellison 1 if 4 t Y l 4f t t Sketches of Pleasant Events Did you ever stop to notice the many pleasing features that present them selves when you drive into the country for an outing We took particular pains recently to mentally note them iu a trip we took of this character for our own satisfaction and an eye to local bappemrgs Mr 0 MRice was hi- mfratonewe called on as we stepped into his front door we were informed that pupa was out back somewhere bnt wonld be in presently We noticed him through a window attending to the do mestic end of his duties bringing in a bucket of water which he disposed in its accustomed place and greeted us as innocently us though he had not beeu tak ing u burden OH of his better half Mr Rice is engaged in the dairy business and although he hat been catering to HickmanyB citizens bnt a abort tune his prompt business methods und the neat manner in which his goods are bundled gains him many customers We were invited by Mr Rices estimable lady to dine with them but haviugpar taken of a dinner prepared by our caterer to the inner moan we thanked her and took our departure Down Troy road in indolent abandon our horse swinging along in a jog us though she too was enjoying natures lavish profusion of bud blcssowand leaf Until NL Rices way reached where we again pulled up and were greeted with come in Bub was entertaining company so we called him to the gate u minute swapped a few stereotyued compliments talked Society of Equity and canvassed the crop outlook Courtesy to his coin puny however hurried us away but not before we noted tHubs pleasant sur roundings his thrifty crop and general appearance of good management then uway past Mr Samuel Selfs home up Smith Hill by genial Norris Kings the pleasant hove of John Tuwuall and others until we reached time farm i of Mr Val Stubr the jovial and rend t nutn red where WK again halted and I were royally entertained by mine host Vallie Mr Stahr has a surplus of adipose tissue which uutits him in a measure for some of tue burdens im pcsed on the farmer but he does not complain as he is looking hopefully for ward to profitable prices for farm pro ducts when the farmer declares himself and gets to the front instead of stay lug in the rear We told Mr Stahr a few funny short stories to make him laugh as we enjoy his hearty manner of giving expression to his risibility Mr Starr is a representative farmer up to date in his methods and an all round good citizen Being but a few steps from Mr Matrons comfortable home we of course could not forego the c pleasure of a friendly call we that Mr Sullivan had for stlj and learned from theircouversatld they had met to comfort each other hem afflicted with kindred nilmi Mr Matson haw been the leading spW in State Line for many years being ID the grain business there and ins till reputation of being one If the most lid eral buyers in the trade mid when ctva wi get Dollar Wheat and sixty cent 1therltfnaahlriD1Ocmentmember ot Hickman Union N51- S of E But the lieu of friend musT elttbJhourour way ho noward refleeting that to circulate among congenial spirits iif tin oasis in the desert of monotony iin the farmers journey through life A J r c nfNj peacenitWyonrselr man on The Fourth i RUSH CREEK LI TTrRrJ qnIrvjnSam Luten Sunday m J II McClellan and famjl at tCndIl Old Folks Iarnion us Singing at Mt Oarmel If tnhSUlldaMoore by special invitation cxcellcntGer1moiI I churchTlNre letitj iiwasalaid talent f READ THlsIJ iuu1d1 s kidney aid bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal fniis iumatism and bladder in both wO1mellchildren If not soul by your df+ it will be sent i IOneI rwent and seldom fails to perfect unE W Hall h pOrltglt A WONDERJBowling ootDrmooDearWder Halls Great Disc6verv dueyandcueaieerfullykidney and bladder troube JuLftctr fully J 1Y Ilv4- r e J t c STATE LINE NOTES D J1 Maddox and sister were In l mon City lust SaturdayA t ilr S Burros and family ar tended preaching at Ml Zion last Sunday Rev Robert Brassfield was hire Friday and Saturday visit ing relatives mIle Stancill and Mr Jean IMteisworth of 11 id man at tended services at Mt licrmon Sunday afternoon lath W J Shelbourne preached probably his last sermon Sun day as he ie to leave Union City soon We shall indeed miss hini Miss Lucile Burrus left last Thursday for Jackson Tenn to visit Miss Helen Savage and to attend the commencement of the S VB U j The woodlawn near Ml Her mon last Thursday was the scene i ofone of the largest picnics we have seen for some time It was a union of nearly all the Sunday schools of Union City They bft1 about 2 30 fora visit to llick man before returning home The Mt Hermon picnic set for Tuesday was postponed day on account of the rain However a- swan I party came from Union City and were entertained by Mrs T A Prather They were Eld W J Shelbonrne Mr Forest Naylor Misses Mary Cheat ham Mannie and Adrean Bie varri and Miss Scartt The school nt Simmons school house closed last Friday This subscription1 public school before Christmas makes ton months that ID CII Maddox Jets taught attIiii placf The morning way passed by hay t lug speeches and other exercises and in the afternoon from lave to seven oclock the pupils were entertained at the teachers home They had games and afterwards refreshments were served There was music by the teachers sister Miss Lillie and Jennie Burrus one of the pupils WILL YOU CELEBRATE The Fourth ef July Jf so ue sure to have a bottle of Paracamph handy You will need it for a burn cut or bruise because it heals quicker and better tban any other known remedy Prevents blood poisoning relieves pain instantly and heals without leaving ugly scars Helm t Ellison Visit Hickman on the Fourth c HICKMAN WAGON CO nAMJFAtTUKFRN of TIn CELEBRATED C tr T rVWI A cO c 1 WIII FItillT A 15EKR HOUSE It has been rumored that a man who was arrested and con victed upon several charges of bootlegging last fall is here for time purpose of opening and conducting a wholesale beer house While it iis believed that the law provides for the conduct of such a liquor or beer house yet pub lic sentiment is very much oppos ed to the handling of spirituous vinous or malt liquors in either large or small quanities in flick man or its immediate vicinity and will use every legitimate mcairt to prevent it Aside from this there are few citizens who would openly patronize a wholesale beer house and were it to be conducted strictly in accordance with the statues as them have len intcrpivtcd It isht i 1 i Moved than it would soon ollup e li from y want of patTCJnagtIj rMethodist Church Xolice During the summer months the Ep worth League wilt not hold its regular prayer meeting on Sunday afternoon The Leaguers are urges to attend the Wednesday night prayer meeting The Dapartmentof Charity and Help will bo carefully looked after during toe summerPreaching next Sunday at 11 a m followed by the communion service also preaching at 8 r m Sunday scnool 950 a m If you want a firs t C1HS tender cy porterhouse steak cooked to a and served with the slate you jUlJJ estr at a reasonable price go to restaurant next door to posiofflce t r t V SHINGLES i x i jrsIGLE it71 I We have a large quantity of 11 p y pJrit sfJ Il Sh FaSiI kJe and can furnish them on jllowithousandY J Extra Sole QfiVt J 325 IL C 1 t Primes 7 r 300 tar Qi 225 Dont forget that Ave are agents for the celebrated CHASE A SANBORNS- GOFFEFS 0 and TEAS r6fodRaaI ii- r it r