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C 0 t f p 6 3- aI rr I i THE q li Klv COURIER 3 i OLDEST NSWSPAPER I STERN KENTUCKYaI = ESTABLISHED 1859f HICKMAN FULTOiTXJOlINTYlvf JULY 151904 VOLUME XXXIX NO 24 s r 1 I RJ SOCbII t I i j L h iii 1IL iti g Awha 1 i1 rAM a Jv hp v t I V r THE COURIER SOLD II J The Courier waa sold yesterday byJ Mesdames Warren and Ellison toM B Shaw The deal had been pending for BJiiie time but was not consummated until thetime stated too late for extruded notice It will remain under its present management so far asis now known until the expiration of the lease Under which we hold it at which time the helm will be given in charge of our successor Whether we will remain with tile Courier under its new owner ship has not yet been decided I t i City nine and Hickman Was oue ot the best of the season It was their second visit to Hickmun and as then wiped Tip the earth with our boys on the occasion of the previous game much interest ceu tered in FrldaYd game Up to the last of the ninth iuung Uniou City had everything her own way the score being 8 to 6 but Lee Kirpatrick changed the face of the returns by butting tie ball over the fence and bringing in two runs Hickmau then took courage and before the end of the ninth inning another man had utade the tour of the bases making the score Jtt to 8 in favor of the home team A fairly good crowd was in attendance and there was much interest and excitement Official Call to Local Unions V Officers and members of Hickman Local Union No 1 A B of E are hereby required by the National Union to attend a special business meeting of the union at tho court house Saturday July 16 at 3 p m Farmers generally aud members of the national union who are not as yet associated with lo alunions ate cordially iuvited to btt jud this meeting as business of vital intei est will be transacted By order of the president JaRs A MCCLURE Secy j MrsMcDanieLis visiting her daughter Mrs T A Prather this week Miss Liitiner of Texas will leave for her home this week Sites Verna Brown and two little sis ternof ObiouiTenu are guests of Miss Nina Maddos Our expected visitors have arrived a Hisses Nowlin aud Nell Nowlin of Martin are visiting Dfiss Naauie Jones State Line baste prospect of a boom Ia tkt nofi ft ie t t 0 1 0 oo at S Your Choice n TTTT13 W 1 r In out Stock for 4 9 I 7 5tt Y I r And 1 CHOICE ofa big lot of 1150 suits fur = 750 Or 1000 Suits for 1 5001 Choice of Childrens fine and SG suits for 545- 0iChilds i 350 Suits for X275 i4 Straw Hats And At COST BELOW I SPECIAL VALUES IN NIi 1 The IIison cantile Co Incorporated ffiiaxaccisr feI q tK1rir StUnioni NOTESt bOf i ANY ipo suitlrdO be the place of junction of a railroad uniting due south from Columbus to the- N O k St L R It The engineers urn surveying the route this week J u 0 RRCEPTUNH The J U Gs are making time livnly with ns now It is a beginning of the good things in store for the boys They have had the pleasure of meeting vith them twice already and lust I Tuesday evening each one was actually presented with a dainty little jug Two receptions have been given one last Friday evening at Miss Nannie Jones the other Tuesday evening at Mis+ Nina Madduxs Owing to the storm Friday jvjuirg quite a number could not get there and those who wejre present had the pleasure of staying all ifurht on account of the incessant rainfall Tuesday evening was lovely and as a consequence all guests were preset t The reception was indeed a grand suc cess Miss Maddoxs surge and beauti ful home was decorated in flowers and the club colors in such a way as to giv u most pleading effect The entertain ment was excellent A short but pleas lug program was rendered by varims members of the club and refreshments consisting of delicious block cream and i rake were screed At llength about midnight after profuse expressions ot delightful times spent bout to the queenlyI hostess and pretty president of the club the guests departed earnestly hoping for more occasions of the same kind s PrCA rOE NOTES Misses Marguerite and Pearl Johnson were in Fulton Saturday Mrs W P Jobnon of Millersbnrg visited relatives hero lost week Mrs John W Purcell of Hickman spent Sunday With um 1ute itcov Mf and Mrs Paul Davis of Luck man spent Sunday and Monday in haste Misses Virginia and Inez Luten re turned Tuesday afternoon from bu Louis Cayce has been beseiged by candidates i this week You may know them by the smile Mrs Minnie Naylor and children of Hickman are guests of Mrs W J Al brilton this week guestsMrs ed service here Sunday Rv T G Lowry conducted services here Sunday and preached an excellent sermon on Christian Education The Womans Eoreign Missionary Socuty held a public meeting at the Methodist church Sunday night Mr and Mrs W B McGeheo Mrs Luetut MeGehee Hawkins and little daughter weft the guest of Mrs Alice Johnson Sunday MattiBK8Oarpet8 ndKues all mark ed with Red Taga epvijtItl- K i 1t r t U- I LOCAL AND PERSONAL Rosedale the oMrcliuhle for pic turns of all sizes and kinds The corner stone of the now city hal at Fulton was laid with iutpreiSivcer uonias on July 7 The building is to Q ist between 811040 and 12000 I The shawl lost on the Fourth by Miss Mena Deis lebrink and advertised in the Courier was found by Mrs B P Shaw and returned to its owner Monday Mrs Rohie Dnnoan of Carntheravillo Mo and Miss Laura MaGough of tier nit Mo are Visitiug at the hospitable home of their uncle J R Brown on Carroll street L P Ellison prshlont of thin Ellison Mercantile Co and family left Saturday iiiuht on the Stacker Lee for St Louw to attend the fair Tfiey expect to be gone ahont two weeks Judo Naylor returnoJ from Coy co Mon lay uiht and1 reports con idbrab o s ekiess there It is not un epidemic of any kiwi but quite a large number of persons are ooufiutftl with different ad menus I t Tno 4th of July celebration at Hick man drew n crowd of four thousand people and the program as announced was carried out in every particular It was a great dand a credit to Hick man enterprise CoLUMBOS Game I The first load or ladies brought to the clean sweep sale now going on at Smith Ambergs was driven in Moo day afternoon It comprised 29 women and ajl were shouting IloefnllyI as they drove through the Wilson was the driver I Christian church R W Stancil pns tor Preaching Sniidav morning and evening by the pastor Morning subject Thc House in Which We Worship I Fvening subject The Christ Life Sunday School at 9J10 a m Public cordially invited f Mrs W J Spradlin wife of our well knowucontractor loft yesterday fora sojoprn at Dawson Springs Herhealth has been pour of lute and sue goes ta the springs hoping thata few Xvecla there wilt be of benefit to her We wiha hfir a petI aut trip soil trust Stle will return in improved healthr 1 rooIcandidatesmaking a total of six The two riew ones are Morgan Davidson of Fnlto and A E Brevard of Jordan THfjw Lrg several otfcsr prospective candidatw t t 1r J l1llf f w 1 t iind these may announce latoc This is ii case where the office does not soak then uu tIn a tight among sumo negroes on tho hill Sunday night begnn over the pas ncolorcitgulrnnd club or other blunt instrument by finho Slomwoathor Nichols was in a serious cjndition for some time but it 13 Thought he will recover Marriwoather carped I PNuiierons oelebmtions of tho Fourth pore given iu dilforont surrounding t hwuH hat judgingfrom tho account or- t pm in their rpspectivo papers none of liHin wero u circuhisUiiico to flick thojy ty with ov ything our town undertakes It lhg since laid own tho rule ttiuttho b wasjiouo too good and she IeorythingIi do lousod who was born anti reared in the Rush Creek neighborhood is now lao ltAd at Hardinsburg Ky where he scushier of tho Fanners baI1kt lIe is oiuk well and is highly thought of in that community a recent number of tfia Breckiiiridge Demo mtoolllaiuint a hiking likenoes aud a very fluttering 7u9Uco of him lie hits many friends Marc who wifl bo pleased to learn of his ffacceaa He IB also u nuphuw of B 14 Shiivv our follow townamiin t I L Rev H 0 Johnson returned last Sat ivrtlay from a trip into Liko county Tenn with Presiding Elder Baskerville Tho party composed of six ministers hdld revivals in several towns but was unfortunate in that five of the ministers were sick most of the time and unable to participate Rev Mtcoy of Union City was severely stricken at Tiotou ville and under a physicians carp for several days while RJV Johnson him self became quite ill Their ailment Deemed to be a sort of malaria brought jttout it is thought by a change in the printing wut r R jv Johnson has two are pleased to say thoroughly recov lured aiuco his return f i The Courier this week tnrned over to IA S Rosedule a full set of Masonic Jewels that have been in possession of the ollice since the close of the war The jewels originally canto from the grand lodge at the time of tho org uiza tion of the lirst lodg ot Masonry hero many years ago They were Tutor rescued from abbrnlng building by Mr Warren now deceased founder of the Courier and given into biS charge when the lodge Hurreudered its charter at the- ctoi of the war aud were Sept l y hm 7 t JI 1f t 4 up to the time of his death At that time they were lost and diligent Search on the part of individual members fail ed to reveal them until Moudiiv when Mr Rosedule ia his search visited the Courier office We had discovered them some time ago but were not aware that search was being made for them did not kuow in fact that they had been lost and when approached on the sub ject were glad to give the desired information an4 return the lost jewels y Business flood The manner in which business holds up in Hickman especially Jh tho dnll months is one of tho peculiarly gratifr lug features of our town The crowilnlI on the struts last Saturday reminded one of the Fourth of July and the amount of business that was done was more that satisfactory Theyreliability of the country that surrounds Hickman i utid the integrity and stability of its lu habitants together with prosperity iI being experienced by our inauufuotories dareI wlioMy responsible for this condi tion of affairs We have just harvested the best crop of wheat the county has known in years corn 15 excellent and cotton while somewhat backwards in coming along finely and tho prospects fora successful season were never brighter All this means business for UicUman anti the volume existing dur ing this dull season if taken as u crit erion of what it will bo later foretells the most prosperous year in its history And thus business does not cone be cause Hickman has any hold on it but because the people of the county have learned that they get better goods for less money and fairer treatment from Hickman merchants than those horn I neighboring towns She Ought to Get 11 i Miss DeEoe who assisted here during the last term of onr nubile school is an applicant for appointment as u teacher hero for 1904 5 If these appoiumenls are to bo made on merit Miss DeHoe will secure onoaud ba thrown ou her own resources iit another argument in her favor COLUMBUS CKITIC Miss Mattie DcBow spoken ot above is well known in Hickman where she made her homo for several years and was foe several terms a teacher in Hick mau College She has many friends lierawlio wish her success ice getting an appointment aa she is eminently worthy oiit The OlMo Sweep- w S le j w E Irs Kettle Vllbnru Mrs Bettie Wtlburu vvidow f tholtt George Wilburn died at the home of her daughter Mrs E E Reeves Sunday night after a lingering illness and the infirmities of old ago She was I about 72 years old and haul been a resident ot Hickman about CO years haviug come here from Trenton Tend when alyoung girl Two sons Thomas and William who reside in Fort Worth Texas and a daughter Mrs EE Reeves survive her Tho funeral was held from her late residence Monday worn fug and interment had in the city t oqmetery Rev C L Prig preaching tie funeral sermon Deceased was one ijfahe oldest residents of our town an excellent woman a conscientious mom ber of the Episcopal church and will be deeply mourned by a host of friends who have known and loved her for many years lie Means Well lint oi Hiokinans celebration of the Fourth of July was a scene of the llviest inter ust Tha days large programme teas all and oven more than was on the bills EverythingI and everybody seemed in harmony with the occasion During tho day drmtkuei and boisterous con duct was not in evidence anywhere and tho rumor that yellow fever or sooie such contagion were there was a fabri cation of the deepest dye Between B0000nnd 10000 people if not more were on hand Tho parade in the after noon consisting of doats and decorated carriages led by two bawds was one of f the pretties things on the programne for the day The hospitality good na ture and sociability of the citizens of Hickman are not surpassed anywhere and evCrybo Ily had a good time WUfOo 4OUTLOOK r I New Railroad A railroad running frpmr Heowii to J Hickman is among the probabilitiee The Melotts have a tram toad leading out from Ilenson in the direction of Hickuiau for several miles ani it K their intention to procure the right o way and proceed with the oaetruction of tho road this summer and fall Their mills at Heusou are loins an fineuiCHse business and they seek another outlet for their products and as they are nee of energy asd enterprise and have ample capital Iwliiad then there seems to be good reason to believe that they will oarry eat their dill nq C AtLJ5Itox9001Un JJ ftr i r Jt i l I + t r I tGh ctt tr 1 f WE OIVE- AlIBRIUAN TRADING STAMPS r OUR MIGHTY I11E1 t MID SUMMER CLEARING SALE Beginning today and continuing one month ending August hu- UJt is a decisive movement in our clothing rnd Furnishing Goods department to push out all surplus stocks lyroken lines and odds and ends of Summer Merchandise i r On account of the peculiar season some lines of hot weatlerioods have not movedas they should This is intend i iit rredto clear the surplus quickly and while they will be of seuvyicl ff to you Price concessions are very liberal All broken + assortments all odd lots marked at reductions Spitfe bargain opportunities which no one should overlook i I l 14 to ISI ozr On Spring and Summer Suits4 opportunitytI 1Ii i r HATS IAlGKEATlaSr REDUCED PRICES But too numerous to mention A variety of XI stylesand sizes to select from We lire making f way for fall goods f fi 1 THt HICKMAN COURIER MRS GEO WARREN+ ProprssV5 GEO W WILSON Lessee uud EditorV PUBLISHED 1iVEUY FRIDAY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR c0U CLERK 4 + r7 anlibtrhLtpLtt 1candidacyi of Cue T Boudurrut for thta office of countj Jburt clerk subject to the action of the democratic primary We are authorized to announce the dandidacy of James K Milner for the ollijye of clerk of Fulton county subject td thu action of theDomocrutie primary 4 We are authorized to announco the candidacy of S Di L ten for the office of clerk of fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic primary We are authorized to announce the candidacy of S T Roper for the ofliqe of county clerk of Fulton county sub sect to the action of the Democratic primary h FOl9IIERIFP t We are authorized to announce the candidacy of James T Seat for the officeof sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the Democratic primaryWe authorized to announce the candidacy of O B Kerlin for the office of sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary t f WP are authorized to announce the candidacy of H F Taylor for the office Of sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of thee democratic primary FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce the of Hl itemloy for reelec tion to the oflice of county attorney or Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary We are authorized to announce Juuies W Roliey aa a candidate for the olflce of county attorney of Fultou cacti ty a abject to the action of the demo cratio prisiary FOR COUNTY JAl LOR We are authorized to announce the candidacy nt Jo A Noonon for the of lice of jailor of Fulton Oonuty subject to the democratic primiuary FOR COCNTT BCPERINTENDEXT We are authorized to announce the candidacy of MiaDora Smith to sue caed herself for the oflice of Superin tendent ofSthool8 of Fulton County S bleat to the action of the democra primary Parker and Davistwpgood American names After all our fears were grouhdiesjjI Kentucky was solid r for Parker It was Brake privilege to oppoier the caudidacyv pfMr1 1 1 C I Y Nkft C ij t fj 1 1i J IIr r If I II f t 1 L == C n u n i Parker prior to the convention just as much as it is duty to sup port him now The settogether spirit of democracy was inspiringly evidenced by the unanimous adop tion of the plaforrn by both committee and convention hcrotuutiii mfth4llnQ cratic Partythe republicans see their iinish and the wails emit ting from the republican press are truly heartrending i Parker of New York for president and Davis of Vest Virginia for vice Iresidenttte- men whowill lend the democrat ic hosts to victory in November Let every democrat resolve now to do Jiis full duty When the time comes do it and the battle is won i The men nominated at St Louis and tho platform adopted are worthy the support of every good citizen They stand for jv government of the people by the people for the people and against the passionate 1lInH1I sive dictator whose ideas of government are best represented by the military and is of Wall street by Teddy for tne trusts Thf candidacy of lames T Seat for the oflice of sherilf is gaining in volume asit proceeds film present indications are that he will win with a handsome majority Jim is a hardworking min and has made an excellent ollicer We can con gratulate him both upon the growth of his support and the quality thereof JMiiny of the counItA The platform adopted at the St Louis convention is one upon which all wings of the democratic party can standCllr Bryan en dorsed it so did Mr Hill These rspcctiveleu1crs theyhavesatisfactory there is nothing which stands in the way of are United party ajid a splendid vic tory this fall J The victory of Urey Woodsou inhis rahefor national commit teemanfioin Kemtqcky over N13SV os S a U C e i- q I1 MENS AND BOYS Oxfords t 1 In patentt colt patent kid and plain kid in f all the latest lasts and toes 1toill H C 4MBERG OUTFITTER fp H1S MAJESTY THE AMERICAN CITIZEN iIIto Ilaldoman was a surprise II everyone it had been pretty j generally conceded that Govejf nor Beckhum had promised this plum to Mr Ilaldeman in re11 turn for the support of thei Louis i yule Times The inahility of the fErl governor to deliver the goodsor fl iu dicer words fulfill his part of j the compact has been variously io mrionteU6TflpaTrtFr rQsc l are assigned hut it is evident I tthat the real reason is that the henchmen refused to respond to the crack of the young governors whip Mr Woodson isto be cdn The American Society or Equity is doing some effective workamong the farmers of the country Through it to a large extent was the price of wheat maintained at a dollar last year and if all the farmers who can will hold their wheat they will r find that speculators willsoon be glad to pay a dollar a bushel for it Every bushel kept oil the market diminishes by that much the visible supply upon which the grain brokers speculate and with the visible supply reduced to a minimum there is no margin for speculation anti the brokers are titers obliged to come to he farmer When that time comes the farmer will re ceive the price lie asks Chester T Bondurant caiidi date for County Court Clerk is receiving much encouragement from the voters in the canvass lie is making of the county Mr Bondurant is a young man of sterling worthand ability is thoroughly competent to fill the oilice he seeks and is worthy in every respect of the confidence anti votes of the He already has the support of the very best people of Ilickman and that of many prominent throughout the county has beets promise 1 him His election will inean a clean thorough and com petent administration of the af talheet by the people in casting tllt h1 I votes for him 1 It It issaid upon what purports to be competent authority that Chairmanj to call the committee together as soot as ng w oyer to arrange the tiAteti i e and manner of selecting the par tys candidates for county offices to be voted for in 1905 It seems toObe the desire of all concerned that a primary be held this fan1- rllthe same day as the presiden tial election and it is understood drat the chairman has this in fiew in calling the committee 11 wj ther Wjpulikit not also be a 34o call the dfijrislativc t tpuunitttie together at the same at once By Going that the peo lie 4onld be given a rest from the continual grind of politics and ampalgns and give them a chance to devocc their time to other pursuitsI Henr li llemley announces n tthis weeks Courier that he is u candidate for reelection to the Slice of county attorney and re ppcctfull3 asks the consideration m the voters at the coming iiriinaify and election Judge Remlev luring his occupancy ofI fhis oflice has conscientiously and with ability per Urtrmed the duties required there int and has gained for himself an Enviable reputation for tthe faithful performance of such dutios eis an uncompromising foe to frimuI ulHvwe of any nature whatsoever and has been a lead ig spirit in ridding the com inuniij of the illegal liquor traf fie anti its accompanying evils ihe number of convictions he Ims secured and the manner in which the countys interests have been guarded stamp him as ill excellent ollioer yell qualified and with an aptitude for his duties surpassed by no predecessor In his private life Judge RemlEY is in exemplary Citizen and his Ihome is one of the most hospita ble in th6 city t PRIVATE MOIULS f tn view of the fact that the tuila will soon be here to choose on J r county cheers for another fouri years the following from a sjiniibti delivered in Louisville ffthe private morals of public t1l jags is timely and approprj icet It should be read and con li rr county J fflfie private morals of public h iiare a power for good orevil 4 isis true for republics as well iinonarchies If the influence tffiirprivate individual is a power eh more unit of a man lifted rominence by public office s 11 y f i y r LII AC1ednupki Of broken lines of UndornrfIo r ljeiy Shirts Neckwear and Night I Robes Absolutely the lowest prices t ever madt+ by us OIL the above lines i r TO TRAVELERS j J f 1 Those whp will buy Trunks Bags i f Suit Gases and Telescopes before f leaving on their snmmer vanatioris ff- and travels should inspect our f qf large line of Necessities A r I The prices are always the lowest Qualities the best l rjr RADICAL REDUCTIONS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE HOUSE i 4 gratulatclJi dlissauaerhas- decided vvlieatthresh donci Fultontaer We should he thankful for the private lives of such men as McKinley Roosevelt Bryan and Parker No party can aflord to put at the head of its ticket a man whose private life will not bear inspection It is impossi ble to estimate the elre fof morally bad men inoifice The young take the Than chosen for public office as an expressioivof our estimate of true manhood and of who t we allI I admire and honor in tnuin Hence the yower of a public mans iinfluence Theyremt far wrong for we put into office the men we want and time men who are in office to day are the type whom we choose of our own volition Our pub lie men represent the average of the morall sentiment of the com munity that elects them In the long run the city is not morally above those who govern it Your officials are the product of your votes But you say that you do not all express your choice by vote Then you are guilty of criminal indifference If you al low bad and irresponsible 111011 to Jill your offices then you have on ly yourselves to blame You should exercise your rights as an American citien and see to it that clean men and men whose lives will express your moralsen timent andonly such men are put into office UA mans public character cannot rise above his private morals There is no truth in the dream that a bad man as a citizen can make a good official A liar in private will be a liar in public A man who will cheat you in trade will also beat you in politics if he can A man who will steal in private will also steal from the public treasury There is nothing in the election to office that works a transformation in character and a man whose con science allows laxity in his 1pri public1 There is a foolish notion that the party altar sanctities the po learnaloftsound man for the public trust who has demonstrated his open disregard of the laws of God and man iin his private life and that no political sanction can work saving trans formation in him We wake up to a fen1tzaion in the end that a bad citizen can not by any politicallegerdemain be made into a good official Every voter should say to bird self personally I never m m 11IIir 111C1ea111bad hIiyunder the sun you will never Have clean politics andldecent civic government until rigliteousnesreq roteforr- F t 11 l j 3 i + I r ASK fOR- AMERIOAN TRADING STAMPS sale and sharp candidacy conscientious people citizens County eminent Traveling 1 COUMJ1L l ItUCIshll1NUS t Council met pursuant tn adjournment of Juno fIt refill Miiyor Dillon Counuilmeu iiodford lluubanl and Brevnrd Minutes of lust meeting read and on motion approved Iud signed The following accounts were present ed properly approved und on motion allowed and checks ordered issued for amounts T Dillon Jr light line payroll 330tIExtra police service 62 00 wRfi Report of Hupt al Water di Light Plant for Juno 1901 Bat in TrwisnryJiineli 126 88 Amt collected during June JJ56 95 8483 83 A int paid out during June 515 17 Bal due Sapt July 1 3 31 l1 i Tot DilloN Jr Report 9f itt Ire tsurer for June 1901 UKNKUAL FUND ACCOUNT Tit bal per May report 103 25 To unit received of H O Helm 23 75 127 00 By checks paid iu June 3600 Bal tocredit this account 91 00 r CITY HALL ACCOUNT Uul perMit report nu chauge S119 04 ACCOUNTRat 31 I AV C JOJlNrosUT On motion the foregoing reports weretireceived orderedl spread upon the minutes published and tiled Ou motion the city treasurer was 1in cityhall lthoW SLHI east quarter of west hull of lot No 2lf uj city cemetery qonsidwr tG219 in city cemetery consideration 800 And that he holds reIlLs in piyinint of same adjournedAttesst o U C HKIM o a Chalinelle SIIHW The magnificont Bidowheeler Ohal mettp running in the St Louisand i New Orleans trade and stopping regii u lailr at Hickman on her trips both =r ways struck a hidden obstrnction at g 4 belowNUlchezl1isiMondav 330 oclock and sank out of sight oncefnmoustwenty sus bouts plying the Mississippi River be E tween St Lonis and New Orleans Sheorwas orulcrly the City of Vieltsbur t r Following the UbBndonment or the inn between the cities named aboradI i itivertrurlourontha megaularruntrade from New Orleans to St Louie i 1 s where she has beau running since + 1 Fer KCH 0 tnilPsewstofIlfekuutn i bur full particulars idcrsiguedJoiw A McOcuRF f TIGHt IfOBb fvhnrtijO 7 relieve the 1111 r I r1jaod + iSa nothing just as wood f so be sere yo tget Paraoamph HehaElltooq talI 1 j rii l f t Get our TICKET NotcJ is the time to start To buying cheap for cash a partWith the last But try our profit sharing System of paying cash And pretty soon youll be wearing i tlewels and cutting a dash For your table will be loaded With GOOD GRUB of all kinds And your 1packets will be glpated With the numey youe load behind En IusVeselllby Jove We give you your dishes stoveSSee our beautiful- QUEENSWARE AND RANGE Given Away t Save the tickets that save you money f i a NEW BOOKS ftSTATONERY NOTIONS Call and see our Stock Eveiy thing up to late MA RY H KR KN Kfl k Cot ArkansasTexas f r Louisiana i iMAn itlealconufrvfir G1ipp homes Land afc hfall iaiid 15 per acre grows corn cotton wheat oat grasses fruits and vegetables Stock ranges 10 months in the year J Southeast Missouri Ark ansas Louisiana and Texas are full of opportunities the climate is mild the soil is rich the lands are cheap i Low Homeseekers ratesf I about half fareia the Cotton Belt twice a month thirdPuesclaysrt For descriptive literature maps and excursion rates t write to 1 i iWC PEELER D P A Y BELT MEMPHIS TEHM i iCOTTOS l- S 01I f 1t1 i W LABEAUME r j I G P T A I I IOTToS BELT ST LOUIS 3IO 1 J i W TIME OF TRAINS AT UNION OlTld North Bound i No L Leaves daily ilb i l m i2 iS n J No 4 LeavJt lum 12 40J p No 6 LeaverNo 12 Loaves ireEl days 1JO p m South BouulltUNoNo 3 Leaves 1SsIi nlm No 5 d 750 a No 15Laves wk dayiiix f Co 8 CLARKE t oUlaaar JlTLaVIS 0MHEPARP dN0t MtEALtr i GMIlaHrApeI iL1AeI 10 f- C o A III 1- N AN ACROBATIC SlA 1SMANt Coagrre knmtk Who In Said to Durst Ills Suspenders Every Time Ue Make a Speech The most vehement speaker In con IIo gress in recent times was Representative Brosius says the Cleveland Plain nc Dealer His gesticulation was of vio lent energy Private John Allen usedSJ to say that whenever Mr Brosius made speech he burst his suspenders One afternoon Mr Allen and a party were watching Brosius exertions There Isis they go now Allen exclaimed Ill bet you his galluses parted that time or else be lost both buttons at the rear IIottalking we will go over and find outIfabout it After ten minutes more of gesticulations the gifted orator sat down wiping the moisture that Ah streamed from his brow and his checks His collar was wilted his hair was saturated with perspiration and his shirt front showed visible evidences of So tho struggle Mr Allen approached the matter delicately calling the mem ber by his first name complimenting him upon his speech and the force of his delivery and finally remarking that he Allen could not indulge very much in gesticulations without busting his galluses Mine parted about the mid dle of my remarks remarked tho oraetor Innocently whereupon Allen shookrhands with him again and led his party away QUEER MANX CATS P Has No Tall nod KM Ilfnd Legs Are I ifLugger rluiu its Fore OIlCaCurlou Old I LantOn the Isle of Man there is a curious looking tailless cat peculiar to that island No one knows where it first came from though there are various stories and theories concerning its origin It is described as follows The pure Manx cat would be a little differsent in appearance to the common housetjt cat even if it could boast of a tall Its head is small and its hind legs arcI tong in comparison with the fore onestt When about to fight it springs from tho I ground and strikes with its fore and hind legs at the same time The com mon cat however strikes wtlh its forei paws standing on Its hind legs It has greater case in going up hill than s downhill because of Its short legs 1 As a mouser ft Is considered the best o allcatsThe value of a cat In days long ago 1 was fixed by law as follows Theff price of a kitten before It could see was a penny after it could see two pence I after it had caught n mouse four pone I jt which was a very largo sum In theII tenth century The cat must also belperfect In hearing sight and smell and have good claws If anyone stole o rll1 killed the cat that guarded the granary he had to give la roynt1 sheep its fleece and a lamb MUSCLES IN TENSION t I Are the Ones ThatTIre Soonest AI I buuah DoIng NoWork at the Time The Revue Sclentiflque has been asl j ing what muscles tire soonest with the j conclusion that it Is not the lDusc1031 in use but those under tension alIthough doing no work The writerIurges us to use the arms and legs less and the back and neck more for on them comes the greatest strain He ha been asking men of all occupations the same questions When you have worked much where do you feel tired 1 Before you were trained did fatigue show itself in the samo regions All the answers point to the sam conclusions The hal r who kneads dough all night complains of fatigue I his legs The blacksmith is tired not in hi arms and shoulders but In his back and loins The young soldier after a march is especially tired in the back of his nee even if ho has carried no knapsack The oarsman who Is In perfect train- Ing after prolonged exercise gets tire in his calves and insteps These facts point to the conclusion that in any continued effort we shouldI try to alter the habit of contraction That Is to say the body like the mind needs change of work WHAT OLD AGE IS LIKE Vlttr Definition h nn A Rod innn Hfupcct in Which It Mont DllTvr from Youth J The noted French advocate MaltroI Labor who defended Dreyfus and re 1 1 cently the Humberts is noted in Par I I hisIAn American journalist who heard Labor in court one day says the advocates address was full of grace w tenderness He quotes a passage relat ing to old age wherein Labordl with a smile said Old agowe shall none of us quite understand that until we have attained to itfor no one of us here is old But the other day I visited my unc a very agedman What Is it like undo I said be oldAnd my uncle answered Its like this When ono Is ypung ones polite attentions to women a taken f declarations of love but wh one is old ones declarations of love are taken for politeattentlons Vnrrt Against Too Much Sweet The Prussian minister of educati has issued to all schools under his con trot a circular In which attention IB- H1 drawn to the ever increasing number ot automatic machines for the sate chocolates and other sweets and a8 teachers of schools to use every laHa excewith kegdrl QII yet fls 01 1f I f PYRMGM 4ff AS HIS MOTHER USED 1O DO critic ed her pudding and fgld unit with her cake wished shed mate such hlscutfa his mother used to make didut wash the 1ishcs and lcw didnt muke a stow Nor never iiieud his stockings asiUtiS mother used to dojti J i iUIby j His wife seemed drudging always Kt she only had the one mother was always dress a4iS wife would be so too only she would manage as hw motuer used to do + well J She was not perfect though uho tried to do her best Until at length sho thought her tune had come to have a rest when ono day ho wont tho satne old rgmarol alt through l 0 She turned nUll1 boxed his lUIS lust is his mother usedto do I Exchange Ul la U nin only1 a 1forager Iliiw often the hear thi5 ul1ilIifiit1 expression us though he consul 4 l T he was ns low as he could et in the industrial worMl 4 Farming is the must ancient honorable and dignified of all thursilitii i managed the most profitable the farther Writhes illit ot his I he must expect others make light of him t f AS TO IMlDIAUrEjl In tho hustle for olliceasptr uultt often ilefttit themselves and the wishes of their friends hyl llio 1 sighted policyof forcing themselves before the people not only against the advice of their friends and that of astute j political advisers but indirect 1 opposition to their best judg ment Primaries can be nvanip uhltedas successfully as con l vent ions lord popular men are acl rived on the altar of seltitihIness by urging Ithem to otherfpurpose than to draw votes away from a dangerous opponent Opposition and selfishness in the jjo predominating pitrlyof any sec 1pIf fthot fI severnluHlicJltl sorted to laid1 very often StlCCI SSb ully the mistake not boingjfljs ij covered1 until cooler jmtpflflpl r prevails which usually follow 111 j only iin the Humility of dfearjjI I r10 iillustratel Ilicl luau jtallt3Il udge then ft or county the case may be She puts two osj more candidates before the pri mary for tier preference and Full i t tOil one lHer votes are divioed jetween the candidates whil I hers 4 single candidate and as a mattert of course he gets the nomination I Being pledged to the action of Uw primary the voter is honor bound to support a man who is obnoxious to him and who is nut l his choice The aspirants for the nationynbe residents of Ilickman buts men to whom it is known she ii is5 I friendly When this condition exists it is nothing more UUlIIj1 political sagacity to tire theV kDues having the least chance in the race to withdraw in ffivor of the more popular candidate with1 dthe direct understanding that hisI ambition shall be gratified in the future by a reward commensih ra to with his services to the par- ty or faction he represents Active workers with no directIr hope of reward men who do their duty because it IS1 duty I 1lmi above and beyond all who have dean characters andI whose records will bear the search light of the closest public scrutiny who are not seeking of flee and reluctantly accept be peopltoi t that t lubliJc capacity are tho most desirable and satisfactory public Sl IV H1 t- stanll make tire best otlicials Brush aside the ojlice seeker place in positions of trust those whom the ollice seeks Zit ns I hen select the ollices we wish to have tilled put in nominal mleen and go into the primary fully equipped through thtovictory is won t reDO YOU WANT A GOOD IllIOE FOR nnEAl ij dj It has been repeatedly urged through the columns of the Coot fer that farmers hold their wheW onfar one loiter per bushel1 the fact that buyers are engaging wheat in the straw at SOc is sufj ticient evidence to any thinking expectedkat o nn l1g i 1Its nothing more Ulan finQCI suicide to sacrifice a product P t l fORICE CREAM 7 AND f SODA WATER GO TO 01 RUTHERS CAFE AND C POPULAR ICECREAM PARLOR 0 I in4 Seasonable fruits and fine candies I reshbrendaud cakis t PHOZO ys 90 fr 1face of an upward tendency the markets In the Kansas whcat belt in the past week the ijjniage to the wheat crop by gin snit hood is estimated by trillions of dollars this filet alone seeingtmnprcon so earnestly forecasted bye friends of prosperity on the inn that wheat will roach the Ollar mark at least in the near iture The same arguments werereI lit up last by the advocates of ife farmers interests theinandevnd itahlYitsasked iis that you prove faith ilI to yourselves Men are in the field who have ood aloof from all farmers or uuzations heretofore because toy impracticbut alvfi1 ur products these men are in wily earnest and are em ploy g their time energy and means your b half All they ask in operltenthbid your wheat These men representative farmers to hcco growers and cotton plajit of sUibility and charac IfmllI expect onias a reward that will accrue prices from farm oducts These men have Ibeen id are now using every argu ent andl every means iin their to make you understand re vicious and mischievous SS of crap liritiug and crop thing by lIonVToducmg specu 1ors who have no interest in yonlell tnd thc community in hick 3u live- t tt t Dohn Sharp Williams of Yaoo ass democratic minority lead in the national house of rep Bentatives and temporary uiinnan of the recent demo Otic convention at St Louis sld in his speech before that lilY among other trite and pqp cilSlltlrteat jumped from 48 cents to cents thereby enabling farm oj to pay d1 bts and iiii copse rfence revluref confidence in the tjnmereitl world If this is so ai there is no reason to doubt iil how latch more prosperous i specItor1 1 If Ili wheat It would mean 200 0000 to the country for itvtst I nt in improvements mauhin c and fertilizers ttidal is now orbed by manipulators of the i in market and wasted in lux liS and riotous living The liners of an aggresive warfare o all schemes and devices on ti products of the farm are un fled The means for future l t perity are in the hands of thee 4erican famJer Will he ell Ilit them or allow his belong JB to lie absorbed by land Uts and mortgages AUAGOX b have got the habit of furnishing t est and nice t4rigs in Uickuiau LeggateaI SE OF OiiO CITY OP TOLEDO i ssLUCAS COUNT J eI1nk T Cheney Makes oath that bo- itlliori partner of the firm of F J Oiey Co doing business in the c of Toledo county and state afore 81unci that said firm will pay the scot OSK HUNDUKO nOLlAltS for each aivervi case of catarrh that cannot b4red by Halls Cahirrh Cure I FRANK J GURNEY torn to before lIe and sulwcrilKMl in run seuce this Gib day of Uecembe1 Ai liSG A W GLKASON kiIJ Notary Public lls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter alknd acts directly on the blood fend ScudtCHEXETJjd by all draggklts 76 Take iaiHi Family PHli for comt lpaitiou L 11I1 1N HiCKMAN B NKfH 1 0K MAIST IYa CapitallStock Paitl J I Surplus and Undivided 5000000 I Profits 2000000 Having groat resources oon rvntivo finaiomont anti a roprwdntutivo Boned of i3ireetorv h9tnHunk solicits the accounts pf corporations firms and individuals promising tho utmost libmilityof treat f meat consistont with prurient business methods R T TYLKRI President PORTER SnUiAATE Cables 0 A HOLUOMBKI Vice President tj AMBBRGAsst Gushier CUT THE PRICE I have cut the price on all ill JT Lawns Dimities and oth er Summer Wash Goods very Ilow and have a nice lot to make selections horn I havet too much of these gi ods and tI c TiiTregaiilr Iless ofcost The best bargains0 every offered iin Ilickmani e give American Savingv St 11IlSritli Cash Purchased v 11C AMBERG Adinniistrafors IeII Notice is hereby given thR 1IisJ1Iajc1lCcnsed 1904 at his late residence ono nuijo south of Cnyco on the 11 0 railroad sell t the highest bidder the following described property towit One pair of work mules in their prime i ono threo yearold harnesss and saddle horse cattle farming iniplq incnts comprising one hnmd now wa gon ono grind Row Deering harvester and all personaleffects Terms All items tandem cash Aver- y5 twelve months time with approved security W H Trens Adinr SAFKinnD the CIIILOUKV NotwithsUindinp alt Una is done by hoards of lioalLh nail charitably in lin ed possess the hItltrute nmonjr sniall ehildien is very hiftbduriiiK think hot weather of HID summer montlM iu tho largo cities Thom iis not probablyouo case or IwwoT complaint in a hundred however thlttcouliV apt bo cured by the timely use of Chamberlain colic cholera mill diarrhoea remedy For sale by T T Swayne rj Order of Ketercncc J I Fnlton Oircnit Court Juno 13 1991 W H Ropers administrator ore plaintilf vs his heirs and creditors defendants Notice iLs hereby given to the creditors of XV II llopef deceased that the nn dersigned Commissioner of Fulton Circuit Court under till order in tho above styled cause will attend at his otllce iii the city of Fulton Ky from the date hereof until thp 5th day of September lOOt to receive and h ear proof of claims against said Decedent and that all claims not presented to him and proven its required by law within the time specified above will bo forever barredI rAalris R MIL m Master Com Fulton Circuit Conrt TWENtY F VJi CENTS Will Rive you Rrest Will stop your ftoiii and itching Paracarnph ab olote y cure piles whether bleeding f r Itching QanrantwKl by Htlnl Ellteoa fLt SHINGLES i- a SHINGLES 11 e have a large quantity of CJYiJress J 11I i g es and can furnish them on short uoticoat the f01- 10whig prices per thousand r Extra Select S325 PrimeS 3rl I ta7 225 J r ii- I Dont forgyt tli it we are agents for the ccld5ratc lllii 1 i CHASE SAN BORNS j COffEFS and TEASt- UtLeifath IRIU C f 1 Y c i EI Not Fatal No Matter What Doc- torse SayWe Know i That Heart Trou bills in Manyi Cases Can Be Cured Tbtie are seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or DeMUtr 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera lion 7 Dropsy Documentary evidence will prove havebeenNew Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dls ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to d Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here are some of the symptoms Shortness of breath after exorcise Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying on one aide Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and AnklesII Paleness of Face and Lips Palpitation Nightmare Irregular Pulse NewHeartwhenever opportunity presents I can 4asewherewalk one block One year later1 CurtI farII t r NorthPineMoney back if first bottle falls to benefit VBP1 Write us and we will mall 1 1Dr MllesyAntlPain Trial Package of t NewtttomBlank for our Specialist to diagnose I your case and tell you what is wrong I FreeIO d9 ELKHART IND1 1UDO1 loiiiDS noiDas Tyle- rAttorneysatLawj Qtce over Hickman Bank I 1 I 1 I J W RONEYt i 1 LAWYER j I HiClamanfI K1z 1 1Settlements and divisions off t jt estates Office in the Powell Corner REMLEY SHAW fS a i oni JJ1ald Specialattention I y i paid to alJstlacts Rent1 = als collected for other parties Consult us in doubtt ful parties We list any I thing in personal prop l r erty to the value of 100 l or over7 except stock i t COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY I i r a JJJ1CJONDURANTSoiiJ r I 1- t i Loans Insurancei t Real Estate s Office over Ledford Handlers store 31IOKMAK 1 Y I iiirIr s JK Davidson v enlist- HICKMAN KfmJ i a Office ispstair s over+ Cowgill Cowgills t DR L P BA TZE I Specialist Eye Ear Nose and Tljroal Oatle H ir 8 te 12 a2le 4 paV Once over Holcombeii Drug Store I t Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it Dr Kings DiscoveryrJr trine ruesal lktN APMrftct For All Throat and I LualTroublesIiIMek 111l1li TrW ieIMw EFSS For sale by all Drngdstai llR ib erta Caialba Orange btackberry rafw aed ckrry phoapfaatM atFrorti xtwIFtlruc Right of thf ipf r t If i rc v e1 I l LtsYei Wurlt Flulatied The Charlotte Boeckler on Tuesday moved the biggest portion of the lever camp of Denisou Shafer that has been ut work on the Tiptonville Hickinau levee to Lnxora Ark where the coD tractors have another contract The work here is about completed a small force being left to finish up That por tion moved by the Boeckler comprised about 40 men 70 males 100 wheelers plows etc and the tent cooking uten sils bed living quarters of the men- The work done comprised 120000 cu bio yards and the contract price was 10 and U810Q cents per yard making the total amount 813176 The contract speciticed that 75000 yards of the work should bo between stations 5 3J and 7 and 42000 cubic yards between statlom and 8 45 leaving a space of 100 feet which was to be filled in by private en terprise for the buuctit anti convenience of the owner of the laud It is not behuved that Shafer S Deni made any money ou this contract as the price paid was too low and tbu work too difficult There is to be uuoth er similar coutract let soou for contin uing this work but the price will be higher owing to the difficulties encountered in building the levee Bids have oot yet been advertised for but it is expected that contracts will be let about September 1 The Fourth at Ilickumu The Obion Democrat published at tfuion City says io its issue of ttie 8th instLast Monday the people of Hickiuuu Ky celebrated the Fourth having per naps the largest crowd in her uistorv an immense crowd from here and hero ttbouts Jtllng It is estimated the crowd from here alone was 1000 835 tickets be ing sold and wavy drove through and some went without tickets it is suppos ed Union OilY remeurbers tb patron age given her in the past by Hickman and repaid the debt with much interest finding much pleasure iu so doing The people demonstrated tbe fact most plainly that they are u hospitable set and each visitor who met the citi ens they were most favorable impressed with the cordiality extended Hickman people also proved that they are n libfer al progressive folk each roan gladly put tiug his shoulder to the wheel wluu the occasion demands money or labor Owing to tno peculiar coutr notion of the town it was impossible to woke the day the great success it could have been made had tie Ilickuian managers hud our natural advantages For Jailor W F Bkiketnorew har announccd buuself a candidate for the cilice of jailor pt Fnltou County and asks the people to consider hint wheu the time comes to choose the county officers Mr blakeiuoie is an old citizeu of Hickiuau an upright cbristiau gentle wan aud a domntltof life lou stuuditig He is fully competent to perform tbe du andYbelieves that au occasional change iu county officers would be u good thing r Aside from his other qualifications aud recommendations Mr Blakein ore is au old soldier of high standing and because of the many battles he participated in during the war he has beer given the appellation of the Old Rebel by which name he is well known He is worthy the confidence and the support of the democrat of this county and should bebe elected he would waR a good officer CURED Of CIIKOXICT DIARRHOEA AFTER TEN YEARS of SUFFERINO 1 wish to say a few words in praise of Chamberlains folic cholera and 3futtittBurgefrom chronic diarrhoea for ten years and during that time tried various medicines without obtaining any permanent re lief Last summer one of my children was taken with voters mochas and I procured a bottle of this remedy Only two doses were required to give her en tire relief I then decided to try the medicine myself und did not use all of one bottle before I was well and I have never since beeu troubled with that complaint One cannot say too much in favor of that wonderful medicine SwayneRAre you trying for the suit of clothes Fill your waaduwith womnu and bring them to the Glean Sweep Sale the advertisement ItRead READ THIS One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovety cures all kidney slid bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes setuiiial emis aious weak apd lame backs rheuma tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and wo men i regulates bladder troubles in the drugghitt One small bottle is two months treat ment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send fo testimonials Sold by all druggists- A TEXAS WONDER Louisville Kv June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Deal SirI have suffered 26 years from kid ney and bladder trouble and since using lew than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery 1 have pass ed twenty five gravel I feel that 1I am almost cured and can cheerfullj reccowDaend you to the public tiery I truly pears jI f Q T yjus 53Q Third are SUN SPOT Tm ORm Some That Are Startling Are With out Foundation t Tat Soiat Phenom- Cnfucr Havra tad on the Affairs of Maa Sur SclentUtm Cnrlun- ColncldeDcea Sun spots may come and sun spota may go but despite the numerous terrifying theories advanced and partly supported during the last half ceutwy It Is the opinion of the bestknowv modern astronomers such men among others as Prof C A Young of Prince ton Prof S P Langley the well known American authority on solar physics or Prof Pickering director of the Harvard astronomical observa torythat human affairs go on forever without much if any reference to them The group of sun spots that has recent ly attracted so much general attention Is therefore so far as anything is definitely known about U a solar curiosity rather than any visible prophet of approaching evils Jj Meantime it has been shown thatt there is a certain degree of regularity in their appearances and disappear ances that there Is an apparent coal nection whether real or merely coincidental I between the sun spots and out terrestrial magnetic disturbances and that there Is little or no connection he tween their appearance on the sun anit the weather commercial panics waN or other disturbances that affect th everyday existence of average mortals In appearance the typical sun spots as seen through a powerful telescope suggest great chasms in the sun si large indeed that our own earth coup t be dropped Into one of them easil and might even get out of sight befor touching the bottom Such a hole c course would be a mere Incident on th suns surface as readily appears whe one remembers that if the sun werj considered as a hollow sphere our oWl planet together with the moon coulj be placed Inside of it without disturbing the distance that ordinarily sepat ates them It is only by the exercise of considerable ingenuity that the bulk of thes relations have been maintained eve in theory The foundation of such the ones lies obviously enough in the quei tion as to whether the presence of spot on the sun detracts from the heat ari light ordinarily emanating from tha body and so Immediately Influences th weather and crops of our own plane Such an influence could only be show by a series of deadly parallels in very literal sense between the pre ence of spots on the sun and the oc currence of bad harvests panics shipwrecks suicides and other disastroui what not on our own planet some thing over 90000000 miles distant In the first place without going int thescttcnJlflcdetafltheraMare t distinct opinions regarding the spots and the heat and light of t grlatlvltyj available for radiation and so dimin the heat rays third that the effect the spots is counteracted by oth causes arising at the same time al therefore so far as any change in q amount of heat received by the eau is concerned they produce no effi whatever Granting however that they do I feet the heat of the earth there fe been evolved no completely convlnci parallel between the sun spots and gown weather and crops As in the cE of Sir William Herschels famous cq4 parison between the sun spots and r price of wheat during a certain per there have been many curious f incidences which however are tp idently more coincidental than ill In view of the fact that t great number of other causes f fecting like conditions make it j possible to place any definite respo bility on the sun and the observeI themselves have turned up conflict evidence As one astronomer has tcently said it would be quite possu given sufficient study to establish n apparent connection between ie planets and the rise and fall of j given railroad stock the relative ni bers of democratic and republican 1Igressmen from year to year or alntt anything else with which the heavy bodies have as little to do Sun steI and bad harvests sun spots and si wrecks sun spots and commeal crises sun spots and wars or even fa spots and race suicide may theme be relegated to the subjects that aatII present of primary interest only tde ingenious I f Unlucky Name That was an unlucky thing 5r Peck the enginedriver said ie guard They gave him one o in 1 new engines yesterday an he ndd it after his wifer f J Why unlucky asked the pe I layer it Why it blew him up thia rx- iingLondon Answers ti i EIIIl I I IEzercUe Winks theL tor advised you to use dumb s I didnt he- WinksYes and I must see wi pairr f I Well I have a pair you can K Tired of them t Dont need em The twins are hII IngN Y Weekly I Of CenraeS j Hello said the neighborly te+ I sWhat are you building the new Jk enhouse for t Why replied Nettles ufor k of pink camels of course TOil ktsuopnee Id put chickens ia itJld otu4Phlla4elp4a Lfdftr 7 51 n i1 t l ti + St fl ff i l P182E1t lIARDSlIfp gag Work and Privations of the Sturdy People Who Settled the 1V tern Country The unpleasant and often perilous Journeys that the early settlers of the I west were able to take to carry their produce to market or to procure provisions are described In Pioneers of the fWeat The writer tells of one occa Lion when he and his 12yearold son were going to mill There was a good ideal of snow on the ground and the weather was Intensely cold We were plodding along slowly behind the wagon up over the hills to the north and on the divide says the author The snow was six or seven Inches deep and the track had not been broken for It was a road seldom traveled there being no settlers after we got up out of the little valley until we came near Oakdale away into the adjoining coun fty Of course we used to call them roads but they were merely the grass and turf worn away where the horses or oxen walked with a ridge between two narrow black lines like a couple of snakes stretching and winding across miles of open prairie The snow made It very hard to walk and it was too cold to ride We tried to walk In the tracks of the oxen but that made it still harder We had gone but a few miles when our hands became so completely benumbed that all feeling left them We usually made our own mittens out of old cloth of which we would have two or three pairs sometimes one over another But for all that it was the hardest thing possible sometimes to keep them from freezing HAS the morning wore away we began to feel hungry and I never target the sad plight we were In We had along with us some dry sodabiscuits cut In two with a little butter spread between in a common flourbag They occupied but a small space of course so we tied the bag in a knot Instead of tying it with a string We tried to untie it but could not do so with our mittens on and cold as it was we took them off butnot with out some difficulty for our hands were nearly closed and neither of us seemed to have the least use of them We fumbled and fumbled for awhile but finding that we could not do It that way we held down the bag and pulled the knot apart with our teeth Raking out three or four of the biscuits which rattled almost like so many flint pebbles we held one up between our two fists and gnawed away at it In that way There being no settlers for many miles there was no place that we could put in and stay for a time and get thawed out as we used to say And that was the hardest part of it for one might manage to endure such a severe strain for an hour or BO or for several hours but when It had to be borne a whole day and perhaps away Into the night It took considerable courage to keep upIi CRIMINALS DEFENSES tNeiiurrrAttalnt the raw Svliloui L Offer Xew IMeits in Their Otrn IJehulf The world said one of the most distinguished criminal lawyers at the Chicago bar the other day relates the Tribune exeeptthefeator four hundred years the only class which has not progressed with the rest of the world la the criminal class They have Improved their appllv ancea I know Burglars tools are better made now than they used to be Criminals know their trade better but once let them fall into the hands of the police and they are as helpless as they would have been had they been arrested during the nineteenth or oven the eighteenth century The only three defenses that are used to any extent are those shopworn ones the alibi mistaken identity and insanity Sit in any of the court rooms in the criminal court building on the North side and listen to the defenses that are made Examine these cases where the prisoner Is guilty How does be defend himself He tries to prove that he was not at the place where tho crime was committed or he puts in the plea of Insanity or he tries to prove that the witnesses against him should not believe their own eyes and that they took somebody else for him Judges on the bench have told me they would be startled out of their composure if a professional criminal was to try any other defense The alibi is the favorite It Is a saying in one part of town that a good alibi can be bought for 9250 Perhaps It is its cheapness that recommends It but we lawyers are surprised that no new defenses are ever conceived Geographical Mole An Italian nobleman has lately had the courtyard of his palace paved with laba of marble granite pd other tone every one of which has been brought from a different land Eu rope Asia Africa America and Australia have all supplied materials for this curious mosaic which is composed if over 500 pieces each engraved with l1teJame of the country from which it came German Southwest Africa German Southwest Africa now be lag recommended by German physl iaafl as a permanent home for con amptlves and young men witk ten ileaelM In that direction The win ttre are like those In southern Cal- f0rala the air pure and dry the sky iiways blue and the temperature laod rate and Inviting to life outdoors 4f Hleeeaga Cured by Uealfet I t Calala Me young woman baauet Neu cured of the chronic hiccoughs by sit oculist The trouble wag with her MVIlClHQtlltJINUnL 7 f Doans Deal Gently i Its the gentle and effective action of Doans Kidney pills in Kidney Bladder and Urinary troubles that make them famous Childrenwith Mt Pleasant Ohiol received sample of Doans Kidney Pilte and theII er had any m dlaine todo me so CongeaLion 1101severe1101 41 Mt Pleasant Ohio Aged people find Doans Kidney Pills a great comfort for declining years urinaryweakness Baxter SlIrinKanllls1 received the free sample of Ooanx Kidney Pills For five years I have had much pain in my back which physicians said arose front the Kidneys Four boxes of Doans Pills have entirely cured the trouble 1 think I owe my life to these pills and 1 want others to know it Sa die Divis Aching backs are eased Hip back and loin pains 0varcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanishi They lunrcuii brine with brick dust sediment high colored pain in pasmiK dribbline frequency btd wertmjf Doaua Kidney fills remove calculi and gravel relieve heart palpitation sleep lessness headache nervousuess dizzi ness I NAME- i f i I pSTAI E I fr l riIts CutllOOn tU r I Iri IuawS Y If Atc hA rtec 7tr ut3rr qrpa retie III r UICKMAN MARBLE WORKS r 1A PAIJLJL ILU 1YS TOM DILLON Sr Proprl ucce ior to B 0 lUrnge dec- JKarble and Granite Monument O TJ IEL 33 I33 G TONE WORK of all Kiudb Utu b NI1C j Siolsman Kye t n JBWa BOgGlS SOD 1 The Hickman Grocery and Mat Market The same oldstandl trP have bOll in for years and whereknow you wet the boat in our line you Free DeliveryPclephate 74 n HIOKMAN WAGON aOOJi s ANUPAtrrUKKKn v THE CKIKHKATKII BZeZK WAGIOmS j i FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK 1 elmtQ att BiQk Z7 Absolute Safety is the Basis Thahwe Othelducements ItUpon t Guarantee we solicUowtvbna i a rJ t CashiersHBUCHANAN i r pIRECTOaS r- IL t BUCHANAN J J C BUNDDRANT II B 71i1tEL kELDALKXANDKU it M ISLEK T A LEDFOHD Ur J I1Ulii3lRD J f Stenographers Furnishedby Employment Department s machineWetroubleLetoneandrequirements No charge to either party for this service Telephone or write us rma Smith Premier Typewriter Co821 Pine Street St Lot1i8J t u 11 i1j t 5c cr ilfIi iiS3 3 J 1 c I jo i a itvi iI z V t E q v F 1 T 4 imn n L n J n1ItcJf1 r iiI tWE OFFER DESIRABLE GOOlftpOR nOT WEATHER TEARs SPECIAL 4 28inch Cheviot Zephyr finish s j rvf iOc ValoI ettV t 5 1 e f ity 7 k CI Ai J cents It i Per Y aidti crter v I i r NEW WASH 7 T4 i 7 4 GOODSa Just ReceivedS p vC i t jii New tine of I awhs Batistes jrf rand Jaige fined l Organdies f r w ni i j Vat SpecialI Prices t l r f 110 I V Ia 105cI2c I5e andz 15cr J J+ 1 m nIe 3 =v 1 PERSONALSL Get the Habit The Clean Sweep Sale For good pictures go to Roscdule Use Sunshine llonr iiono better Get the hal ituOot CauU erij Use Sunshine Flourfnbiie better j Alll the latest drinks at Garuthers t J G Hall Fulton was in r town I Saturday Every day something new at theI SwoehSalo v I M Frpst niadea untried trip to IICairo Sunday night rolnrninpf Monday The Clean lhvoopSalo is a hnmmer t miss this great Bargain Oppor 1 1o Nayloc went Cayco to spend a fejy daytt among his relatives and hunt a cool place I Smith L Atiiberg receivedi a big ship nteutorgooIs this w ot bought espeo r ratry for the Glean Sweep Sale daughtershIJ friendsII I lii Mies MuttH Frosty daughter to Rev IIhi II1ro of ingo Kentucky is here on i a visit to nef aunt Mrs Is D Price l MiasJounie Davis who is taking a J Jcourse to lU1pher81f asK trained i New Orleans tili hotteon u sisitther wothar Mrs Powell I t t- y 1TIAIWJEROFHEALTRI I I iHAtfTt f IffIf1IIIII WDERr i V+ ic z i J t r IL The Clean Swoop Sakv Every day a bargain day at the Clean Sweep Sale Miss Lncilo Wilson left last week for Iearvat yf Flit where phe will remain overal mouths Rev W J JleCdy of Union City vill preach in Hickiuan at thti Metho1 tat clnirch Tuesday nJEht July 19th Preaching every Sunday attheMeth dist church at 11n ra and tU p in Sunday School at 9iJO a in A cordial velcomu to fill According to reports the plain lied jrapa crops for 1004 are very Margo Chis is particularly trno oft political plums and sour grapes Mrs Uoso AitamsBaptist Missionary to Cuba hut who in spendiug tho summer with tnjr mother on rural ronte 3i was in town Monday on business HovJ1 Hughes of Mty oIdwil1p- rezch at tho Cmborland Presbyterian church in Ilickman next Sunday morn tug and uiglib All are invited ix attend Misses Maybell FiKina ICatio Rem Anna Outton Virigiuia and Inez Lnten Bettio DeBow returned jLncsday night from a ten days visit to tho Worlds Pair They rqport splendid time Harold Fortune sou of T P Fortune formerly u citizen of Hickman but now a resident of Memphis came ia Tuesday on R low days visit to his cousin Edwin tTuqua prior to a visit to the Worlds Fair ut St Louis Lost July 4th on the street at Hick Ulan or between Cayce and Hiokman a Kold monogram hat pin engraved eilr2I1d 01 Tinder will please re turn to Oayce Ky and icceiye reward M il Shaw returned Wednesday frouiSt Louis where lie atteudcd tho oath nal democratic convention Mit is juhtgh spirits over the nomination acid tliB plat form and IIt is his belief that the ticket nas au escellHt ciiaucc to win Uiis fall None of us desire the services ran aryitwho can and doei Took after things 1- 1CBairettof the tirm BArrettA Shaw is such an nudertekor Ife w ready at all tiineei toan + iwuiths pall or the pub tic ARK YOU SORE Sore Feet Sore jnscies Sore Joints RueumHtiwnSweftmjraml all inllaw umtkHM are geieklyrdlievxd nnd cktr dby the free uSeot Paracttiapb a rreliible howe raaiBdy Guaranteed to dawkat iLolgiatrdlfmit ot iiiciatey riYusdwdz Blwilttaiiltc j ic ti r E f- yt Il- R Rr r 4 t v tIc 7 J for midsuiwierily wear r Take the popular puck and Pi 7rv quo Hats for xanlRlethcy are r exquisite creatioiwand have a t grace 1peculiarly us91nntlng c A great qurtntiof beautiful summer 1 conceptions will v 1eI A I v closed out at Jo c btg4lscount I t o 4 AmericanN Lady 4 Mtorsets j ra hay tllttm 1n ill the S1in es flue batibteat X lummeaCorsets l25ctolioot I l JH x- k + For le lle a handsome at 5 to 125O AlsoE 1 Blue Serge and Alpaca at low prices v f v L fi pit011 t r W 1 r 1 i ICleal MissMerguritoJohnsou I 5 1n + 4Use Sunshine JVlotir none better Buy your furniture of Barrott A Shaw The Red Tugs tell the price visit the Clean Sweep Sale Dont miss tho Clean Sweep Sale It only lasts cno more week Try u gloss of Carnthcrs Tee Cream Soda Its better than ever Rose dale ntakes stamp pictures 23 tor 25 coots First class work t Mattings Carpets and fugt alt mark od with Red Tags at the Clean Sweoji Salo y 0 B Jverlin was in town Satnruay iin tho Interest of his aindidudy for thu of lice ol sheriff Miss Zcrkio Hankiris of Martin spoilt several days last week visiting Miss bean Am burg Puff King and Miss linrgeKs of Whlf laud cud V11 Cole and Missi ISir dio Flwuiing of Hornbenk Teun were married in Union Citv last Friday j Mrs 1C1ity Witting wliowu J serionu ly lit lastwcek with what appeared ol bean attack pf cholera inorbua isIim I proving and wo aro pleased to say is able to bo up again W II Treas iof Ca co was in town Saturday on business lIesays that the farmers of his neighborhood tIre busily engaged iu threshing wheat altondiug their corn and cotton crops that the rain has notinjured them so farnucl that they are two busy to even think about politics i Mrs SA Robinson and soil Frank mid Miss Ueulah Bin ford Madi aouvillQ Texts and MiM Gertrude Bin forU of Niva ota Texts and MHS Bin ford of Fulton drove oyurfroiu l ultoii Tuesday to visit Ilickmai see thin rioty court housQ and take in the cloan swep sale 1tSlUithAmlierK Jlt Williams who liar Jean run ning the Redl Grocery in Vest Hick man forseveral Hido nn tsssignJf inout Monday for tli beiielitof Inscred itors He naiued J W Honey itsi assigneet As l4Ktld liabilititis un known but It IH Ixjlior0 lvthatt theurscts are more than the liiibilitiw TlJoscoatorildCOfl11l1 ttc6 of the tweu diytrioti ortueJee cxiniposjed Of Majj D F full slll for Weakley lion Ocorge A Hurt J w Obion iud J Hdgfe iIarltiator Make niet m Uaulu OiLy IHIW FrHlay cud uiiwutiaok3ly iar IliiyQetlrge E J INn r wHef kbIn g sold so cbNpal it ii1t j i V IS Iff flrQ thimdng of buying fnrni taro Ier wy room of n house see Bar r youRbeCti Stoiunlity of goods and prices A G Freed Prus Georgia RoUeRSon Ohfistian College Henderson reJkFwill begin a two weeks meeting at MhI amen next Sunday at 11 a m EUIejlPreed is an eloquent speaker tin nbjeTetebittef and preachy tho trntli in till boidiHHs lint courteously Sqrvices wjUyg1 held morning find night throughout the metHug A cordial in vitatfefljfej extended uf all to come and hear kiai ii t 1 liwr Johinon Monday was Jswormn as dojUy ahcritr ainder Sheriff JarpeEer1 in im plac of Jirn Seat to sigiltrl GoafJor is a son of W G Jolni oniatlti graduated from hide ula p ksrtid it 5s behaved will mukRii nbo deputy Ho was duly truthutn the oflice by other olliters atF rt boas iuimediutely altar UIE tth and is now Ji full flea ee He went to Jordzlu- uii3iiayun hit lirst mfssiou JfTaw V Rouoy uiinonncos him iuf thisd frjk as a candidate for the olllco otuHN2 attorney Mr Honey LiOUO of Itkajytiry lirightcst lied most pronvis ing fW the young lawyers at this bar Ho is akl juick ally coiiiprchonsixo mind and Is dHStfn to inakoliis mark uK a lawyer Of niikcjrllcrl of integrity ability lur 1 ihwlOHBd sobriety and with a less Kivito life ho tits evwrythiug to1 coinm whim to the people of Fultou connly JMiiiota single thing against h uMYiiaa niiUirai mixer und 111110 b4uo iH0cKic in submitting his ciain ifo his party tliu Courier asks for lily afairf and impartial hearing gph iCKftyorN Cfc L engineers Hrrivje iat Mud Crook Monday and arc tint We fc running a linft froze State L Holo Uikiuibus The object othcjwrVljr k nor known bntitts belioveil I ii Ntuke Noc is Caitternplting bHJkli4 the hue into ColniMbiw in or 4ala1 tie is direct conueQtioitirith the rGbslg odtit hiii The N C now lias iK J mitt ofiii ugre4n+wlt wick the M lwHSJfeOhkita1 its freiht ctJ INiINS tei lhfMttJQity hint it tai the arraugeuieata era yyy ami the N j will iiM- r its oWJt Iiae lutOCo4RN + o I iM iHB be enable to hawlte the I Miiwxtaiu trade iBdeea entty of rWIt Ohio AI j ti g y= y T MENS y 310 and 400 4 ft ECLiPSiT Tz 81101 LCtC1tr- qlil Vici Kid and Pat81 LeathcrS Equa 1 to tIll 4i kiilli1 tiolBRAND R T 7100A FAMOUS L SIHBIS 1 It r t 50I63 Clothingtat shoo11rM line Uoat 1 1t Baltzerk + centuck 1 of to in AII of MLLIfRY allof tyeighthseuatonal titsz3tit f4eaaSweepSale- V t on iilamo Ikasgtntnsttfr hN SHIRTS lteBps Summer Dodds on rT i ii a 1 fs 1 cet The esf i J 1 1 t H 00Vj J j t iIi t 2 i 7 V Z3ort l r 0t j it i r = s t t rII f JI I iOUI AIM T t l ii t 1 rf t1 Jt r H t 1 t 1it t 1 = Is1onivn every customer who g Y f lVstor6 goods of any land and 1 t iimof vWe aim to keep complete in eYIr y vory detail in yariouslinqs whichare t r h l bowantii I i U Wfuaim iomake our prices reasoiialjiie tr 1 toAvc6nsideVing Duality of oirgod 0t tJIHmtoi11nko buying at store Wfb f I pl atm that our customers will nsyerf think of buying elsewhere Yjf t3 j i JSV I i itJ rrr tJELLL jT lOI t ic f I r 4 k 9fwfsV y- FF The Original s 4 Jr 1 Cut Hate Drug Store JZ5 tJ- I tf s Ic r rV T L VWL r H R Isler returned Sunday eveninglt from avisitto tho Worlds Fair afc St LbauTaudt oCiroBOh wa candid a dual ot antiovanco while awav by tho pablkjatton in tho Cairo papers of an account of hsmarriageS to soiue lady of that city It Was eittii e ly erronobns Tnd Robert caiHo itoiW a Oft frariHg 1jfiit the relKi rtM4 reachtd lire and was IIrcJwvechut lie arrived jatHlfJMr l i It upon its arrival Oxutchiw iiMHJewf 3rk 7Calo Withnigtto wtoo ttenlexiLerel ire having attcadedlxlot kert M- irriwlactinsi 2Li18- 1aN Ntrt1pruiniuuat txmi1 r cha- trtrftltat lOftuM tuech UtI irit1d1IUttOliHc tlwynlii +g i lIq ke tItH in tke xarrc uHIsg eOu 4r- ywhwilll be teHA dftaroIrl trxid wlrewiltwruii for her ba + airae Site irillrrake hrrlittale to r- sL YevS 1 J tpV t a I 4 ert i 1j1j r a 1 The best values in tin Gilt Hot uionths 8 buys dni the best the astock the the our Ji good young witVwvpCM flflheH KS4oi Mkorfary NIMkr ril4e MM4i Houston Her medicr Mrs DfJiijQimt 1 f gchir dllinStL8itI f ti IIDell b vVfit to ftiend in CaruthersyilleMe V tom WilliainqitcingatiJMokGrove mt with a miHor Hccitteut IMtWel which has turned OUt rather serfo HnJujwred hw llttrtkftllf slightly on tirjwire cad ha did not think mnoh ef iti a nntit 1Nshpndbiigati to swill jjt hw eiiie more psinfal aMkl W8tlledto anrrh euorniou3 sizee and itN belierwl that fbleod pofKHt bm Mt JH ty 34w Ella McQehea WMe phkf wko 3y iJtWtw t MiM MeQehisw wwr wHrried iota editiWpriRy ofthix week ton Mr riIoIeyj1il D xl D4oineat Iii a ax gait tttk Ise- iliaudtoniake V b XMt town ltiertftlatll itUedtaad twti MoIMoUrti lWhf 1 PVJtHit rte JiJi ttt c y r 1 I j e j M v I t r t wt 1 9rt t y ttrrf i w r J or k 0 y L SMITH tAMEERCS I 1 CLEAN SWEE1 I H 1 0 i H Gash Sale s 1cA PRIZE For the man with the I Pbl tY jgesf load tt We will Rive a 1000 suit of C clothes to the nun who briniis in the bigsrest Doriokwomen to 6 our Clean Sweep Sale Drive up to the door and nuke a noise eo we can count the women oft ter being counted they must all 1 come inside our store the mer rier r J 10000 Yards Calicoes7 so for women only To prove to you that we are goil O to make Hick uian this hest place to live in the beat place to buy your Dry Goods and Shoes and that our store is headquarters fonalltyonr r wunts we are going to sell you null entf short lengths at 2ic per ijard you also you Guod 1speci paper Regular 10c safety pins paper Mourning pins i2c eyes all whit black with hump Ic card FKEE TRIPS TO THE ticket holder chimed thclwo Louis Worlds holder will the absolutely free We Are Making This Sale The of the Season Nothing like it duns ever introduced to the Ileolltof this city ICvry it1nttln431itin our store fully tstoolced nut hy th largest and boat nulls and factories of the e011ntrye want solo he many clays after tllPHntto Iron nlonlornhlr nnlir We are sparing no effort to mince so Every arable of merchandise in our store hits received tIle touch of the nice enttinhr knife and if dont get your sham of the real honafide bargains the salo lasts twill be fault not ours tho dUllS und conm be surprised the n mverbeforeexperienced viMtobe forgotten values offered for the money Remember the Sale Closes Saturday July 23 LADIES WAISTSf Cool seasonable and underpricecl Weave showing extensile line of thuse goods il1 diff f rent grades and sizes It will be extremely profitable for to look throurlltlle line if you are in need of anything of the sdrt At ouiuprices it vastly morn economical to ivad madf and it saves much work and worry We are sure can be suited I I s als pins a 2c a l pins Ic a box Barrel hair a barrel Hunks and sizes or a a your buy 1JILON8Lou1 these prices pearl buttons Every housekeeper nerds mip ply and the them line iMrl buttons 8c dozen DONT READ JUolts7s You Have Two feet Prices that will surprise you by their littleness there woman child llickman the surrounding conn that find pair of shoos fit purse and feet this CJREAT REDUCTION SALE will bebecjuse he she broke has only Due leg You dont have have big pilo of accomplish wonders here Brink feet and wp will nuke them itbdoesnt cost cent look the goods Tickets are everything 5jMens Farnishinqs 1Shirts uiidorwear suspenders eteaIlat Glean Sweep Prices Buy now for next year TWO WORLDS FAIR With every 50c purchase a is given entitling to at Flee Trips to the St Fair The lucky havetransportation board and admis sion to Fair x Event I ib l r tnrneft this to talk d about I it 1 you while Remember l prepared to at no an r is I at on a is to M to 22 a If is a or in or a to both at it or jis or to a to in a to at on t 1 1t Vs a e Vi t f 0 0 r 1 L xi Clean Sweeb M InlMillineriiV w ff During this saltve will make lprices on Childrens riKses and1 Ladies Hats that wi1l1oht1 thenu Vre do inot propose to Chip over any summer huts and these su1m rI hats must go Look the Rej p IwymAnn a saving t i BALLOON ASCENSION Att two ochick Saturday artfrnoah we will send upI il parI balloons from the front of our RloreNtnl is attached In emli balloon with a number on it illqlll jxchnftged ifbroni t to our store luring the Jluain Svveep tic fur tlie following ortl des JK The first tag brought In fjpiog jmti8 of shoes The second i 1 1 Traloh1 hint The third tag will drawSSy SIl article iin the house PEARL nut ill the time andl this place buy I 1 man try cannot f SHOE money your v J the for 1 i tag will Specialsrt Thread t sues at thishnijs rels of it Ji a spnulr Lridies handkerchief worth lQ fur 8tt ends Metal had jtfiidl ent combs worth lOc furOonieceV 3aEV L = u Ladies Ready Underxvear RIBBON Ribbons lengths apiece p iy Up i nThelwolIcor alll clothing rediietionmeans great 5OQOdO newest and thilplrfc you ri lMUR and Youths fa aovafarstcil Cheviot suits Jl 1 Q jfj Jrand1 You 1 hs fancMXVorsted Cheviot suits excejiTnn Lvaluesw 64 lad Youths worth up to 1100 +jt r Sail Youths suits in stuck worth to r I1htk 1000 A I l nt I to tot to iif j to we to I oa in to 23 r a best in l t A friends t1lPuulha1 Silks Ve the of DKIkSS nouns Red lah- Watch ymj OI marked Tiokl yards hniuei IriRuiralll uses regular 124 must to Wear variety of doen Muslin bought fur stale prices that astonislf you We know holy Inly where when you come tin Sale prove you we know loll sell iroods lower you ever them be fore We wont ask you for all your money for one article by the bar rel All colors width and lriC oflTiike and get tIt Value yon ever naw in your life V0c tine Imrrel 100 apiecc in the other T1ONSOoltl buttons medium of Hickman vicinity well know the quality of that we stock thnt we make right of so that a price load During this worth of clothing of at that will fail nd fiut8best matctials i Yr tvisup 385 555 649 JO 1S + havt mauy t Jr not here the I of dal 1 his a AS1t sali pt Jran 9 TO I- III ti 4 1 j Dont wait Iou long Dont bo t I Dont miss the Dont full to I Dont to crime Dont ynui seltf Dont be Ifrnke next week Tout miss the Dont kick at the crowd ont net imul if + pens ttn ttramp nn vsnlr corns iu tthe rush fur i o N r a large IFine with a mean a saving tho Ladies White Ihat n t Ked and from Sc to ITic the i of of A F G bin ii4Ilnisi find fur many r Wln with Ti o at IK a yard 1 I great Skirts a this buy buy will 8 than grab I3 U pint tted collar small large all vcr tops worth f e any whore Our lied Tasi yule Ic m p I t carry iin and the kind a oiler the best jn the not to Impress and Glens glens i- Mens styles yards tell your Rotl will anti will size each BOYS SUITS Sixes 8 all materials and color worth up to 750 Sale Price 50o and Up 1lena and Youths Pants Cotton Cheviot Linen Onssi iners and all sizes Regular prices up to 150- 0Sale 48c and TJP- Everv one is a LugauiIt 4 LRED TAGS MEAN A FOR i We 11lihnoil J gains nteatioued et 1labtt Gclu1n Uiris wtlney it It mOM SATURDAY JULY rsr SATURDAY 23 SMITHt1IAN AMBERG IIICl ENTlOKY ti 11 f few Donts Rkepticai opportunity heflihite overbuy 1 place bargains Dress Goods and showing assortment Price to Smile allyfeuallyTags peryard This Will Girls Hundreds nifrked to bought COLLAR h MonaSosaSupporttJ1j s- NowDress always prices salftAve countvy prices to Worsteds Price SAVINGLOOK TEMoi JULY Ic Sale Closes Saturday 0 JulyI 23 WE ARE AFTER YOUR HEAD We wnnt to gettle heads of as many l men as possible during this sale tied fit them with stylish and uptodate klittle 1 sale and price reductions wiMj fonudfallover the hat department t 1 J