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R + tt tA- Y11 J w- p 1f i i THE JilCKN j CXJ URIER r fO r tw OLDEST ItfKWSI AiPER WESTERN KENTUCKY LSLABLIbHJ D 1359 HiCKMANI FULTON COUNty OCTOBER 31 1904VO ME XXXIX NO 40 b T r I fJr TTiT I iif1 tlj t oFJ L tt- i l A r t i c S Jf JIi c w 7 fJ t 8ttl 7 J I b Jjj ifrr t pwlt j t MR I3DITOR4 ==F rfji l XI 4 ij t i t IJr t T We are too busy justno w to wit Busyf Cotton I tr and corn Are selling more goods iin every djeprtmeif than ever before More Dry Goods i r f Jf more Clothingand Mens Goods more Stovesaiidi Hardware more Groceries and more Build ar 1n S Material than everI in our historyc AndjM reason for it is easy to find Weve got better Vy 410 r rjr t 1 stocks than other stores give better values thaiiTothers j do and besides thisJ give Trading Stampsy t Awe f with what is bought and willz th Cotton andr Ear Corn we buy Isnt this reason enoughO why Ji should do business and lots of it i l JIf O r 1 I So Just tolhyour readers to come to us fctrtlieirFalJ purchases that this is THE STORE f v f tlytt we will treat them rightand give them mjbre for their money than can be got Anywherer 1a else + j it 1 f V i J i E3LJIJIcD1r Lv C cOICf 1 g h trlICDTI I KENTUCKY r r K + 4 li w e J l t 4 J ot It r s S j r 4- rr dfr o j t t r f l It aY t tCT cRd1lSYirrIq Big increase in the total number of votes this week in race for 400 Piano 1 j 1O0 votes with each years subscription either i renewal or back subscription LOUISE ATWOOD LEADS RULESI Every lady married or unmarried ro siding in Fulton county Ky is el igible to enter the contest No ro strictions arc placed on the voters ex cept that all votes must be cast ou bal lots provided by the Courier for use in this contest In each copy of the Cour- ierI frnin now until the close of the con Etesta ballot will be printed each ballot entitling the holder to 5 vote in th o coutcst provided they are are voted and st lit to thw office within fifteen days after date of same In addition to these ballots ticket entitling the hold er to 100 votes have been prepared One of these tickets will b5 givin with every Js 100 received in our subscription do partuaent from now until the close of the contest whether said dollar bo paid on remewal or by new subscription The contest willclose Saturday after noon Dec 24 at 4 oclock 1901 Imme diately after the close a committee of three reputable and disinterested citi zens will take charge of the ballot box open and count the votes and declare the name ot the winner The holder of the said ticket may cast the votes for whomsoever he or she desires All subscribers who have renew I ed or who have had the paper started to their address since wo beacame its publisher on August 8 1004 are entitled to 100 votes now or when they pay their subscription- As received the ballots will be plac ed in a locked box kept in the Courier office for that purpose The box will be opined every week the ballots count ed and the standing of each announced in Fridays Courier No one enter ing this contest will be allowed to with draw and give their votes to another k Subscribers who are in arrears will be entitled to the usual number of votes- for each dollar paid on each subscrip bon Every subscriber to tho Courier whether living in or out of the county will bo allowed to vote in this contest The last count before the close will be rv thenrv2 tyg ciUinl f9f wfp keeping su4 then Orr n tr I the box remain unopened again until I the close of tho contest Every copy of the Courier printed from now until the close of the contest will contain a ballot entitling the holder to live votes in the contest provided they are voted and sent to this office within fifteen days after date of same With every dollar paid on subscription to the i entitlingtheguaranteesboveand imuartiality Among those who cuter the contest wo will have no choice but wo will guard diligently and carefully the interest of each and every one To the most popular lady in Fultcu county the Courier will on Dec 24 present u fine 400 Piano The readers and subscribers of the Courier will determine who sno is The piano to be given away and which has been placed on exhibition at the Courier office is a v cry elegant upright one of tha hest make and latest stylo made by O IC Houck Memphis Teun rep resented here by Mr J E Fnqua Any one can vote whether they be a subscriber or not the only requirement be ing that all votes must be ou ballots cut from the Courier or on the Coupons is departmontThyoung or old married or single living within Fulton county Ky Louise Atwood 11680 Aneta Reynolds Dodds 11418 Miss Jane McConnell 9870 Thelma Lucile Stancil 5050 Majbelle Fuqua 5545 Miss Irene Amberg 2665 Mrs Allison Tyler 704 Miss Lizzie Corum 530 Lucy Burrus 510 Miss Marie Brevardj 500 a Homer Green 422 Bessie Threlkeld 300 r Ella Stoehrii 230 Miss Stella Steele 3j0 lt r I ttIIltf111I rt y1g1ti tIfvUGGt i aIL 11KI the city and has made j i CairnlIvalI week of Nov 7 to 12 Tne company is I 4comeshows and a number of free attractions which will be located on the streets at 4 various places The advertising force will arrive here ou Monday and imme diately begin to advertise the surrounding t country Large crowds are anti i C plated daily I t t SPEECHES tFriday night at McFadden school house Senator J O S Blackburn made a rousing Democratic speech and was followed by speeches by Judge Kearby t and Lubv Hargrove Jus Seat also made a short talk- ELECTION 4 a OFFICERS 4 Following is a list of the election 4 officers of Fulton county for the coming 4 election on Tuesday November 8 tFulton Olbrlr Dr Freeonn Sherifft J F Bard Judges W 11 Powers and Dick Boaz WKt Fulton Olerk Jr R McGehee Sheriff Dave Nichols Judges Rr M Ohowning Iud Ed Slaughter t =Lodgton Clerk Thomas Sheriff t Chas Hill Judges Wallace Tyler and Dick PcwetttCayce Henry Campbell Geo Manees Judges Jim Johnson and 4 Gco McGeheo 4 4SheriffWatson and loin Prather 4 West Hickraan Clerk Ira Green tSheriff BrF Shaw Jadges Bill Flynn and M A McDaniel tWatsonR L Byrii and Henry Clay tSheriffEverett and J L ShepherdI Thelbert Rogers was in town Saturday t mixing with his friends here He treports the race for representative tthe most exciting ever on in ObionPo and that Fry is bound to win The lion Jo Fry Democratic nomi t nee for representative in Obion conaty 4 Teun addiessed a large and eotht+ siIIastic audience in Crystal last Friday Lonka like Fry Is ITi for Doq is phu tae 4 r Mar I illi illlIMERCHANTS AND BUSINESS MENS = FREE STREET FAIR = AND CARNIVALI II- II iliCKMAN KENTUCKY i1 NOVEMBER 7 8 910 II and 12 iI Under the auspices of the Commercial club all free on the streets I 12 BIG SHOWS 12 i I I 5 WG FREE ATTRACTIONS= 1 All attractions furnished by the unsurpassed = midway of the Barkout carnival It rememdfer the town is yours comecompanyIIgood time Every night will be a REMEMBER TH3 DATEii And Have Your Best Girl Meet You on = I jIj uls UU MH SSSSS Siiii- r 1 j F THE HICKMAN COURIER I = c PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY TELKPHONK NUMBER 11X2 MIT SHAW PUBLISHER OUR TICKET For President ALTON BROOKS PARKER of Now York For Vico President HBNRV GASSAWAY DAVIS of West Virginia For Congress OLUBI JAMES of Marion FOR COUNTY CIJEW- KWe lire authored to anuuuree the candidacy of Chester T Hointiirnt for the office of county court clerk subjectt to the action of tho dumocralie primary W theecandidacy of Jatnfts It Milner for tilt ofllce of clerk of Fulton county lubjtC1- to tho action of thoDuiuocrulic primary We are authorized to announce time candidacy of SO Lawn for the otlica of clerk bt Fulton county subject to the action of tho Democratic primary We are authorized to nnuonuco the candidacy of S T llupur fur the ofllire of county clerk of Fulton county nub jiut to the action of the Democratic primary We are authorized to announce the candidacy of E W Rourh for the ofllce of county court clerk ot Fulton county subject tothe action of tho democratic urinary We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Arch Brevnrd for the ollicc of county court clerk of Kultou county subject to tho action of tho democratic primary FOR 3IIBR1FK Wo are author zed to announce the candidacy of Juuiew T Seat for tin otlice of sheriff of Fulion county sub jfj ct to the actionof tho Democratic piimury We are authorized to announce the cuudiducy of U B Kerlin for the oUlce of sheriff of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary We are authorized to announce the candidacy of H F Taylor for the office of liutriir of Fulton county subject to the aotiou of thojleraocruUc i rUJjary FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announce the candidacy of H F Remloy for rooloc tion to the office of county attorney of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary We are authorized to announce James W Roney as a candidate for the- oice of county attorney of Fulton coun ty subject to the action of tho demo cnitic primary We are authorized to announce time candidacy of T N Smith fur the otlieo of county attorney of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary FOR COUNTY JAILOR We are authorized to announce the candidacy r t Jo A Noonon for the of fice of jailor of Fulton County subject to the democratic priimnury We are authorized to announce the candidacy of James B Johnson for the otlice jailor of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary November 8 1904- Wo are authorized to announce tho caitdidticy of W F Blakcmore for the otlice of jailor of Fulton conuiy sub ject tothe action of tho democratic primary Foal COUNT SUPERINTENDENT aWe are authorized to announce tho candidacy of Mia Dora Smith to succeed herself for time otlice of Superin tendent of Schools of Fulton County Subject to the action of the demoura priumry AbRESSOR We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Ohas Beadles for the ofI lice of assessor of Fulton Oounty sub ject to the action of the democratic pri mary We areauthorized to announce the candidacy of E M Sansom for the of fice of Assessor of Fulton county subject to the action of the democratic primary We are authorized to announce the candidacy of Mr E O Carter for the office of assessor of Fnlton County sub ject to the fiction of the Democratic primary Nov 8th L COCNTY JUCOE aTe ore authorized to announce the candidacy of H M Kearby for tho office of county judge of Fnlton county sub 1ect to tho action of the democratic pri Biary We are authorized to announce th candidacy of Luby Hargrove for the or Ice of county Judge of Fulton county abject to the action of the democratic 1array r ICftU P J Ji 1t P irw 7 7i1I m 7kI a A STORE fOR MIEN An educational exhibit of MODERN CLOTHES I I in GO IN I SpecialsCOATS LS assortment andI beeshown department Mens Winter Overcoats garment shaped proportioned cordance approved leading American Dressy oong nothing shappiest handsomest appearing ILANComplete Varieties Mess Wearing Apparel STYLE PRICE HAND Wear Fincks Detroit OVEHAL t C AMRCR6 Outfitter to his Majesty AMERICAN CITIZEN NOTICEIA- ll I of thosp who ara to firm of Barrett will plense como forward find settle their accounts at as we must close books- BARRETT SHAW The Mayfield last week came out with an illustrnt ed industrial edition of that paper portraying Mayfidkl and Graven county It is a credible edition Dr Hunters friends in the Eleventh District are beiug indicted for frauds in connection with the recent race for congress If the Doctor would tell what he knows about the State politics the penitentiaries vhould have to be enlarged to make room for his convicted enemies within his own party The bolting Democrats file candidates for ollicc in the Louisville District but they have no chance to win They can neither get the support of their old political associntes nor that of their new ones The former are glad to be rid of them and the latter hate uo confidence in them N It Milton B Shaw the new editor and owner of the Uickmau Courier was a caller at Demo cratic State Headquarters Friday He is a very bright and talented young man and his success itt this Kind of work is assured Louisillelimcs We think Reporter Wakefied a very young writer 0 Ex President Ole1 v e 1 a Il ds speech at Madison Square1 Gar den iu behalf of the r A larger 1 fore in this 4 Every is and ltailored in ac with the fashions frotH the sources You Y Men Who want short of the most stylish and Most AND HAND THE P indebted the Shaw once our Mesucngor Republican discriminating democratic Shoes ticket was one of the clearest and most logical statements of the whole Campaign It was a strong endorsement of JudgeJ Parker and the platform and a merciless arraignment of Roosevelt and his party Cleveland has thousands of followers in the Kast particularly among the in dependents tend his earnest advocacy will do much to turn the scale in New York New Jersey and Connecticut states absolutely necessary to the election of Parker w The Murray Ledger comes out with a vigorous onslaught upon Chairman ST linger of the State Democratic Committee and our leaders at Democratic head quarters tt Louisville charging that poker games drinking and other conduct all but proper is being carried on bytne com mittee at their headquarters at the Seelbach Hotel We had occasion to be in Louisville last week un 1at the Democrati- cheadquartersduriugwhich time we saw nothing and no conduct which would signify that Mr t Jennings of the Ledger cos jjustified in making any such charges Every thing and ever detail of the cnmmjttees business i was conducted in a thoroughI r business like manner ProuxtbJ- the Ledger has souse personal reason for Ipreferring these chargesJ against the committee and takes this method of bringing it to their attention 1 t ASK FOR Tradingl Stamps I and Chair Coupons L J TiltH NrunrouArtQMMITTIws CLAINS The National Democratic Com mittee has issued a very luster iiig address correcting the many misrepresentations of the repub licans null giving the greatest encouragement to party follow ors everywhere After a careful poll of the doubtful states the are enabled to predict the elec tion of Parker and Davis tin drift of the independent votes being to the democratic ticket with all party differences healed Here is the claim by the committee It includes the 155 yat- es cast fur Bryan in 1900 to which must be added the electo ral votes caused by the increase of population in those stattea Bryans 1901 votes 101 New York fig New Jersey 12 Maryland S Connecticut f- iNest Virginia w 7 Indiana 15 Totalk19This slakes ten votes more than is necessary so that either Maryland Connecticut or Walt Virginia could be spared The committee also confidently claim a big vote in the far Western States which in 1900 welit for McKinley J The address denies that the National Committee is impover ished although admitting t lint it has not been enrichened by the black mailing of the Trusts by n excabinet officer who has sworn toreoulatethemThese so intelligently and forceable made will encour jt democrats in thexloubtful states to renewed effort There will never be a better opportuni ty tttm rescue the Government from ic republicans who have prown insolent with power A WORD VT1TH YOU Do you suffer from itching or bleeding piles If so use Paracamph It is guaranteed to relieve instantly and cure Try it today If you are not satisfied your money will ho reftudedI c r Y irr tt 7 J Fasten Age Marks Sinki kidney rnuko Ipoojiiof I look utIJ r limn tfvy rH J11sm Ln the evening tiny of life hflfsGtrl thsi murk iff pr frs tune old age Tli world ovwr Uunw r lKiilnMf Pill i 4 tl r000KIJizfJJ kidneY M iu1 Aching barks tJ IIlp und loin pains OYIftUOID wvtfdag kII time Ihnl K awl drofisy rHcua rantub They currcol urine with brirk datei + ediui nt hitch eobirttl azteratre ptata ill llaetmig drtbiding frIOCAMJtI1 tjd wetting Juan Kidney U lilMOlV and reinov railcali isnt gravel JIJ lioro hurt imlpilHiiou aapleanw nurvousnueSalem Mi bHl MarHi HI 1mft I rr CAlved the minple of UONIIM Kidtmy Pills Bud with the IMM of OM a wKr box fnnii iny druggist I ate merely cnrrd of a very tame back W A Clenvlundiale III rle nnmi l ii Uatus Kidney Idle came in hand II1w got 100 50 rent lbox from our drugiriHt HIM I inn thankful to My the twin mmmw Uw tiiml ofmy Imrk d tlfWfcJ likr a snow beak in hot uaa mains 1ilte reach thissrntEImrr Warfui Its len IJn Mari 211 1 05 fb frc trial uf Drans Kidney tills have Iu of great bandit ato me inner UH u1g tthdii I hate 1are4KHnl to tart up it nitilit My roiiilaint afT twl tin MiiidiT iiiorn when can lung fold Jlod ph LCPllInil IMthtW hArtr1gtrit mtnwfW Kadaw rte 1fH lbatmnbtngMtrr IrIA IP ItGTil THE ANNOUNCEMENT that wish make this instance that have the modern neaps andfntttliods caring for the deaL Our undertaker stands ready hours day night promptly answer tiny call for his services efficient und alwaysb Our salfsroom complete line coffins andcaskets will found outside the larger cities and facilities for handling special orders promptly and satisfactory will found thoroughly systematized Wo have matfearrange ments with best embalmers the state when his services needed Phone H1CKMAN FURNITURE COMPANY POPULARITY CONTEST FIVE VOTES FOR TILE HIGKMAN COURIER CONTEST FOR 40000 PIANO j Contestant lives county Oct 314 L rrr 7TTrr OUR DRUG STORE We dont claim the biggest best oldest drug store earth because dont know much about other drug stores but know that everything power treat customers lI f1 right and give them full value honest reliableJgoods We most cordially invite you come hero and buy whatever need line J thatJJi 11 HELM ELLISONTHE ORIGINAL CUT RATE DRUG jIQuite a number of HickmauiUa at tendad Union Among Misses Homer Green Frankie Cnvitt Virginia McDaniel Coriue Smith Lotiio Taylor Julian Ohoateand family Carpen ter Barry French Beach Fleming Henry Sanger Walter Luten Henry Romley Guy and others we to naraeg at s gig jis is tIO1i t + 4 11 Yfb JJIIJbMd My t o sleep M t I aitl mt Iy fear u + m tl1t I abo a+y ht+ l iII iDh Iwat VV St j u aa I t r ta I It Y w hr ttooI i ai Jor ry tI yf 14s 1 rur- y + t bLUrr gwry r e tp- Y a r we to in is vc all for or to as a of as be 1 be one of the in are 20 t I n c cv 0 v t l i IN 1 A R t in r 1 w T r wc I r r y v to be or or 7 on we i we we 1 i in our tov to in J to in be 4 j I r 1 c the City fair hem were Reid Lota Vnl Will amp and Geo Halo many fail get the MAM Jlow gad at all our do do our ToUt Umon iureaurruaTennesseeFair n Friday f waseitlrnnteed r CiiitJUUaiicojofcrowds daily and were quite instenst a fag The displays and exhitJhs ofeverydescription did t attentionandpeopof1 randhad this year A l ltbat iliAS t r I r r Ii Jo n r if Fr 25 r i flickman 4Ehckmrn Kentucky Offers some specials bargains this week 1 it tiir CltiJoniGTsGolden pal woitb 75fcut to 600l- ififoniersV t Golden Oak with top mirror worth 1000 cut to 875 4liiim Grosets quartered oak with oval ends and doors worth 1950 cut to 1750 China Closets with oval ends t p minor l o1ihed top worth 2800 out to 2600 Side board quarterod oak ipal ished top with 16 x 32 mirror worth 3500 cut to 3200 Sideboard golden oak with 12 x 24 mirror worth 2500 emit i to 2200 Here is a genuim bargain Buftetts qmirUMvd1 1oak polished i top with glass doors worth i 4000 cut to 3500 Bun Lts quartered oars polished top worth 2250 emit to 20 Tall trees quartered onk with iProiicli pinbe mirrors worth 15 Itcut to 1310 Hall trees worth 1250 cut to 11 Round extension dining table jquurtcredonk polished top1 20alleyl x 24 io turned legs worth 3otit to 276 8 50cut to 225J175 cut to 150 E In fact we have numbers this big store we have the to our liberal patronage yours V ll1CK FURNITURE r F 1iiiIStR a tafsraragjCTKmgg FUt IAKKKIC Z New Oct 10th =The Commercial travelers of the countr v iirj 1111AS dltll Jihfi elec ttmunfl rest ttlZoost lytomI t iiIYsii1O yltal tIu C111 mercial travelers of the country combined against the re election of President Mckinley the foundation for a powerful organ ization to a man is in fav6r of Judge Parker Its unalterable hostility to trusts is the founda ctlonfcrocIcoCltha opposition of the jSpmmerciull men to the success cf tihc RppnhJ5curiti t kctNot only lit+ e many branch organizations been started but circulars have been spread broadcast throughout the country by these active non of a lairs urging voters to cast their ballots for the Democratic presidentialnominee That the commercial travelers are dead set against trusts ns iin iideals is clearly set forth in a statement liialQ by the executive committee nf Travelers Protective Assosi ution of America This organi J ztitiou hasa of 10202 The statement of the executive committee is as follows uJTue dark cloud of monopolies and trusts still hover over us Since our last convention many coilimercial travelers have lost their positions To use the language of an authorized agent of time trusts 350000 commercial travelers have been thrown out of employmentl as a result of the of various enter prises and 3000000 daily thus saved to the t An equal i amount was also saved by withholding advertising from country papers Thus 0000000 daily was withheld from the people When such conditinos are reuliz f 1 ed it is obvious that great and essential will have to be taken in the warfare upon the trusts i WORLDS FAIR RATE JiiLess than naif rates to St Louis and return via Mobile and Ohio Railroad will be in effect daily up to November Uotp For full inforraatroa Inquire of f r p R Ii 1Rt Ah J T I WATCH THIS SPACE We have bought one of the hand V line of hall and Rocking chairs for the Holidays that was ever bi ought to tlicl man 5 WATCH THIS SPACE space THOUGHT IIBK JKWKlS WBItK A 3IOUSK St Louis MuTIIt inherent fear oJLft wouwn for a mouse MJ tI ilinnYltpt1 i Ky to toss jewels valued at over 1000 from the third floor window of the South ern The mistake was not until several hours later when itwus forted that the gems hud On retiring uturlay night Mrs Iullinm Iplaced her in a little chamois skit bag with the contents of her purse She slipped the bag into her and put the silk hosiery under her pillow she got tipi thus morning she had all about hiding her valuables When she saw the on the boil she wondered for a mo ment then she noticed a buig ing object in the heel lhrust ing her arm into the leg her hand the soft folds of the chamois skin It felt IIke a mouse She screamed and the open end of the stockingi she rushed across jI the room and opened the window I taking the by the toe she Hung it over the win dow sill and shook it with a will She had the of see ing the mouse drcp out into the street four stories below and closing the window she left the poor creature to its CAUSE OF LOOKIAW Lockjaw or totnnns is cansad by a bacillus or germ which exists plentifully in street dirt It is inactive BO long as posed to the air but whoa carried beneath the skin as in the wounds ouugixl by percussion caps or by rusty nails and when the air in excluded tho germ iis roused to activity and products tho most virulent potsoa known These germs tiiur bo destroyed aud all danger of lockjaw avoided by applying Uhambnr lains Pain liulm freely as soon as the injury w received Praia Balm is an antiseptic and causes cuts bruises and like injuries to heal without maturation and in one third of the tune required n by the usual treatment Sold by TT Swayne Runabout For Sale A nice second hand stool tired newly painted runabout for sate at KimLrod utble for 35 Get it Monarch over pain Burns cats sprains sting Instant relief Dr Thamtt3 Blectriq Oil At any drug grQ Room Suits from 1250 to 6500Pedestals oak a colunis worth 3 cut to 2 Roman seats oak worth 4 cut to 350 Roman seats ma worth 250 cut to 175 In chairs wo have them from 11GO to 18 Here iin for the hotiso keeper carpet sweeper best mode worth 250 cul to 149- 11e 1 are sole agents for the cele brated 1D III corner dust shield and stair carpet fnslner You can get enoughof those to go in the corner of your stair steps for 25c worth four times the money In oPr department we have such well known brands as the Wilson Now Royal New Queen We have from 1249 up to 05 We hmv soar extra values in tables Quartered oak swell front Frenchl plato mirror wcfrth 2JJ50 cut to 2 Dressing table quartered swell front mirror 150II 1850 cut to 17 of bargains in that not mention TL you for we remain respectfully rAN C- OWl kingII BOONE EDWARD PRATHERII c York embodied Republican membership consolidation trusts steps omest iPusilli Lexington Hotel discovered disappeared jewelry stocking When forgotten stocking encountered gripping Carefully stocking satisfaction rnte1 Bed golden twisted quartered imitation hogany rocking bargain Brussolls Rockwell goods sewing machine Wheeler Standard England machines dressing with German Alanagir lilihnxe wake Ilariulfss IFor tthe Ixnefit of the nervous cud dyspeptic ttime statement iis 1Uawn tle bet V Itttjh tlIr olfballedcabbage simk65JTi no snake nt all but a harmless little worm that may be eaten ditngerlllwyl 1 worms and not near so plentiful I The following article by Gerald McCarthy biologist published in the bulleten of the north Caro linn State Board of Agriculture is conclusive The sea serpent of mendacious I renown seems to have been forc ed out of business this year by a 1 locatedaj in the western part of North Carolina where it has taken to frightening the owner of cabbage I patches Many stories have I bon published concerning the deadly venom of this creature usually referred to as tlir cab bage snake Several of these serpents have been caught anti sent to the North Carolina Department of Agriculture forI identification In every caser tteae Imve proved to be the coil mon find harmless watenvorm or hair snakeGordiusaria bilia Doll The Telephone Ear Do you know tthat nine out of ten persons who have Ihabitually used the telephone have what is called telephone ear In its first stage the telephone ear Le- comes acute and sensitive but after lone use the hearing be andcanechalf the complaints against poor telephone service may be at tributed rightly to the telephone ear Try it some time If you habitually use the right ear next time use the left and see if it i isnt twice as satisfactory Itii a good plan for those who use the telephone much to frequent switch ears This keeps the hearing equally balanced and might ward oft a permanent deafness Ex Old papers for stud at tins utllce 15 Oinft nor uqndrodj t J TI1I n FASTER TIME TO TEXAS fnlttn Belts Improved Sor vice Between Memphis and Southwest 15 TO TEX S AND BACK Trniu No 3 now leaves Memphis at 745 p in and makes a fast run to Tex a It carries Pullman sleepers parlor cafe cars and free reclining chair curs Reaches Texarkuim Dallas Ft Worth and Waco several houra earlier than heretofore Makes direct coniidctions for Paris Bon luiin Wbitosboro Marshall Longview Palestine Austin Shreveport Beaumont Houston San Antonio Train No 1 leaves Memphis at 810 a in carries parlor cafo car and chair oars i Pullman sleepers from hair Oaks CorpusChristiCheap hone seekers tiuKutt on sale first and third luea lays of each month one fun plus 2 for thu rguud trip stop overs both ways and 21 dUj return limi- tMttCHI On Auguxt 0 and 23 and September KJ and 27 home seekers tickets at rate of 315I fur the round trip from Memphis to Dallas Ft SVorth Waco Houston Galveston San Auto nio Corpus Christi Hrowmvood Amu pointsForTull ature titiiu taOlis etc write to- W C IKBLKIt D P A 307 Main St Memphis Teun j w RONEY LA S9 18Hickman KY Sottlements and divisions estates Oflioe in tho Powell Corner BK3T REMEDY FOR OONSTIlATIOV Tire finest remedy for constipation I ever Ultd is Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets says Mr Ell Huller of Fruiikvillo N Y They act gently and without any unpleasant otleot and leave the bowels in perfectly uatnral condition Sold by P1 Swayne For Sale A nice new upwri ht piano very heap for cash or on easy terms Fully warranted for 5 year A Quo stool and 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It is today tho standard medicine In homosThoyou moneyTheonOnemontandt 1 tothometoInBomnln tlastIwithvprytreatmentosmyIpottAetlstCUshlorFREE Wrlto to us for Freo Trial AnUPalnOurSpocmalllt trUUItJrPeLABORATORIES KLKlIAttTt LAIDf JJC BONDIIRANTSorLoans Insurance Real Estate 0flce over Ledford Kandles store 1IICKMAN li- r aODfi slir Altu rneysatLawQJ- Tico oval lTick man Bank LIVER TROUBLESII l affood medicine for 11 er dIseAse 8pntSlOOwfthdoct1r11I icine I takeMRS CAROLINE MARTIN Parkersburg W Va If yonr liver does not act regularly aotoyour lruf gist and secure a package of Thedfords BlackTrau2ht and take a dose- tonight This great family tilatedbowelHand causes a healthy secretion of bile Thedfords Black Draught will cleanse the bowels of im puritier and strengthen the kidneys A torpid liver invites colds biliousness chills and fever and all inanntr of sick ness and contagion Weak kid neys result in rights disease which claims as many victims aa consumption A 25cent package of Thedfords Black keptinI need Thedford8 Bliick Draught fo liver and k dncy complaints and found nothing to excel It WILLIAM COFFMAN Mar bloho d i- llTHEDFORD5 BLACK DRAU6UT j READ THIS Ouesnisll Ixittlo of the Texas Woo der Hulls Or Mit Discovery cures nilj kiduey nud blivddui foubles removes gravel cures diabttes aniual cruis sinus weak and limo bucks rheuma tism und all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men ana wa men regulates bladder troubles in children If ml sold by your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 Ono small bot la is two mouths treat moot anti seldom fails to perfect a core Dr gWl Hall sole munnfacturor P O Box 63i St Louis Mo Send for lostimou as S jtd bj nil druggists A TEXAS WONDER Millodsevillo Kr Tun 1 1003 E W Hall St Louis Mo Doar Sir 1 baY ii boen a great sulterer from kidney dtaeuso and wuri treated hv niV how physicians with no beretit Wonder has cured me and I pmsat It saved uxy life und 1 can cheerfully recommend it to ladies sulToring with kidney ami bladder troubles Respectfully t r11hA 1j XKUKO KOUSTAKOOTS UK MAM 120 A NUNTIL New Orleans Oct 2lOw rs of steamboats running out of New Orleans to upriver points ore seriously considering the nil visahility of Iuyins up all vessels until the present lidxir troubles riirht tthemselves Tins decision while not yet retched is iin tuinont The conditions which scent to render the stop neceswary havQ actkiSworse awl worse until now the V1steuucannot longer do business at the present iprice of labor Three boats havu been unable to leave the wharf since Wednesday on account of the refusal of rousta bouts to work for less than 1O a mouth now OfrTKN HAS MOTHBIt Arose trout her hud nt night in nlnnn of the raspy cough of baby Sho knows at one tho draul destroyer Croup bus iarrived Dnut hwiiirn Use Iam campli at once It will prevent und cnre croup iKEATUfKV SUUVKXIItS St LouisSuvelaII hundred yards of the carpet tool shoal fifty pieces of furniture in the KentuckyI building at the Worlds air nave been sold ItS souvenirs of the hue Grass state Since the notices were poitcd that the articles in the pavilion would be offered for stile mem LeIs of the Kentucky society of St Louis and prominent Ken tuckians have been anxious to secure something for a souvenir Former Kentuckians of Pennsyl vania Kansas and Illinois have secured something from the Ibuilding piIDO YOU 8UPKBK With Rheumatism sore joints Nti nilgia pains in the hack und side If o jo to your druggist and eel i bottle if Parucamph use it an tlirwtwl If it ffiIa to givu you lolief ltbdl do whif WP cheerfullyI p pIIinlInntt Ellison AUY1UK TO WIVES Keep a stiff upper lip good women if you want him to ro spect you Go out as ofcen as you please evenings and make him stob told take dire of baby if you have no babies very women do have these days neeEE him churn scat is the bost thing to keep him lonnkind ofua nose to the grist1 stone business Make him take up the ashes that is the abomi nation of desolation to a man and about twise a dnynot oftner let him milk the cow If you have no cow keep a pig in the pen and let him attend to that taking out the swill to iitt frequently Sand him on trivia 1 errands Tell him to look pleas ant smile and always wear a clean collar and pink necktie i he expects you to love him A fiLVER OUARTHR Will buy u good many things Tho PnmclIllIphIlrstget your moneys worth but you got lvor instant relief for cold in the hood hest and nasalI Outarrh Puraciuu riikes away Unit stopped up feelm soothes the inflamed nicmbrauoa and re moves the congestion y ALABAMA MAN KILLS IXSULTER OF WIFE Birmingham Ala Oct 21 The body of D W Pickens of this city who was killed Wednes day night at Battelle Ala by C H Cole a hotel proprietor arrived here yesterday Pickens was a traveling insurance man and was wellknown throughout the state It is alleged that Ins wasrimproper and Cole fired three g1shots at him two taking effect FARMERS ATTENTION 1 wish to call the attention of tho far DrLucre that they can barn all tho water conveniences of the city I can install year Water workstPithcr with wind mill or pump and furnish engine or L4ticdPxsswindmill I also do plumbing work and can but in bath tubs etc with not and cold water J Q AHAMS Filiickmaa Kyv 4 DEAflIRr CAWNUT HK CURED Hy I IalallhaiI a they Cannot wiuh tile dlwN rdMICInI rThi + rewedtuItI i l con duat of the tnnoas I luiiiiK nf the Kusta illthedl or inn ntirIclOdi ly nnlositbI I COlitIiUnnj y+ nine cawsl out of trn an ranWdi by ca tarrh which H nothing but uu ill arllml coii liti ii if Hit WUIUSI Urfafs- WI will LiUiltl hnuilrfi dollars for csilarrbithatj l cnr Scud for nrciilnrs free USoldCODstlpaLion CIIAHBKKLAI X 8 POUOH REM D1 IodqunliUtsi 1 gnatpopularityCotqhItI Xrip H I l buthl i fI resultingilli euroforI notdougrrlIl1t1tt contidemIJI i ulmi pleasant to talt W hen nillIC llriw IMIH vl rtntn consideration I foreignIunJenni rusfnrtly Y1 htfhlv and very few arc onhnvhngce Cal250 to 500 per ton jtonI orders for I fossilum J ton I cnn bo obtained from small wagon that will C1lIlnilII A A1 FARR1SJR a A WORD WITH Tot I blerltnglesi truantntofd cureTryyour nioiify obis IU refnnded j I = == 1t SHINGLES SHINGLEIi Ve bare a large quantity of YPjrGSSI fJ1IJ ffsJ and can furnish them on short notice at the fol lowing prices per thousand J Extra Soluct S325 Primes 301 Call 25 Dont arefagents celebrated CHASE SANBORNS COFFEFSI and TEAS Ran1ou TIME OF TRAINS AT1 r iIUNlUS INoUINotoNopNodaysHouth p lNo1mNo3t UlNomNoft JhtaoetJUIftlIT JQm II j Jf tf i tif ow u I I 5000000CASH GIVEN AWAY to Users of LION COFFEEII In Addition to the Regular Free Premiums How i Would YouLL LW4e A heck tIM ThiS f- w s 0 Have CODtNtgpeopl get checks 2139 more will get thorn In the Presidential Vote Contest Five Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee Packages and a 2cent stamp entitle you in addition to M the regular free premiums to m one vote The 2cent stamp cov IfJ ers our acknowledgment to you IT that your estimate is recorded You can send as many esti mates as desired Grand First Prize of 5500000 will be awarded to the one who Is nearest correct on both our Worlds Fair and Presi dential Voto Contests We also offer S500000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers Clerks Particulars each case of Lion Coffee beforeNovember 100000o How Would Your Name Look on One These Checks andconvincldi Andweusyou I a your BOTH FREE PREMIUMS CASH PRIZES Complete Detailed Particulars Every Package o- fLIONCOFFEEwoo oofKcu1GE CO CONTEST DEPT4 = i tPAttMFORAND + SODA WATER TO 1 UAND LrSeasonable fruits fine candies Fresh bread cakes 9 IIc1TE Anyone sending A nketch and description may QuiCkly ascertain our opinion free whether at Invention Is probably Communlca tlonsitrlctly confidential on tateata sent free Oldest agency for securing patents 1jitcnU taken through Jlann A Co receive rptdal noUhr without change In the Sciiitiif ic American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest cir culation of any sclenUDo journal Term W a newedenlereMUNN lirancn Ufflco C3 F BU Washington D- SHAWI C REMLEY Lung list of real estate on hand Special attention paid to abstracts Rentals collected for other parties Consult us iu regard ful parties We list any in personal property to the value of IOU or over except stock COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY It was a niiniclQ Blood Bitters cured tins of a terrible breaking out all over tbo body I ntu vnrt grateful MIss Julia FUbcjdgo 1yept Gorua glli palit 0 What will be the total popular veto cut for President votes for all caa L dldatcs combined at tat electloa m November 81 1904 IS In 1000 election 13959653 people voted for President For nearest correct esti It mates received in Woolson Spice Com IjV W prize for the nearest correct estimate second prize to the next nearest etc etc as follows 1 First Prize S20OOOO1 Second Prize 100000 t1Ooooo10 Prizes 10000 10000O20 Prizes OOOO 10000050 Prizes 2000 100000250 Prizes 1000 26OOOO1800 Prizes 6OO 90000O 2139 PRIZES TOTAL 12000000 of get Unit WE GIVE AND in TOLED OHIO GO and and J 9 PMPiitnll HANDBOOK to notes Oil doubt thing almost Burdock C FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Olxsxfcosx S12 te aiQknZ+ I SOrBasis Thai we offer to depositors Other in ducements are of secondary importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your patronage CashierIIDIREOrORSIf HOMKWANTJ ti B TIIKELKELU LIIUBUAtt1T I CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE1 TEtEBHAPH GO s lUtU1I rUfATltDl I orthisanyvhoro in Southern Indiana Southern Missls3lpplandand theIcountry We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed 1 JPro1oi1 CPQiM Zr t it I J r c + t t A I p f i rr w rJr wr 11 rri r ny- nF u Iii ii L = = L ryor I IIQUEEN QUALITY I Corroct Shoes Their Importance To woman thomatter of dress is vitally impor tant I lUrI sin ruling triala prestige in society depends ill agrejit cUgreo upon her dress anti 1personal ap penranc In that stile drgr e also does the SHOE effect womans dress No gown howover handsome can oomptoation fonui untidy foot A stylish Iperfect fitting shoe is essential to correct and roffnrd dress It iis just bccnuso this want is perfectly supplied by the Quean Quality shoo that it finds favor with particular vomdn every wherea favor pro nounced that its sale already far and away the largest of all womens shoe in the world is increasing at a marvelous rat- eYOUR INSPECTION INVITED We have the sole right of sale of these famous slices and we cordially invite your inspection of the new FALL styles just rocoi ved Out Assortment includes Styles for every Occasion and shapes for all types of feet To see our line is to see shoe fashions that are absolutely correct for Quean Quality sets the fashions The Queen Quality shoe fits as no othur shoe has ever fitted It gives the finishing touch to any costume Price 300 and 350 KYJ r w h LOCAL NEWS g COMMENT TUB HICI MAN COUIUERII H T- Unelu BEALE LOCAL EDITOR I lull ferry loft Sunday for St Louis Will Newton was iu Upon OIty Sat urday Judge Moore and wifo havo returned homo from the fair Tlicdoro Chulwell flint Saturday in Uuiou City Will Uuice spent Saturday In Union City Ben ILilo iis attending tho lair this week Tus Glaster spout Sunday in Wick liIItI R Schlolcker of St Louis was 111 the city Monday on bnsiiies Dr S K Davidson left Sunday for TptonvifoMtsiBer j iittrii awi tie sjwnt o- fNrs11J don uiiiSinidiiy- Di lia Biirkt span Sat unViy in Union City H AL UecUmni of Union Sunday in tho city Arch Brevard of Jordan was in the city Monday electioneering Aubry Sander of Woodland spout Sunday in the city Miss Mircnda Wibsjn spent Satonlay in UnionCity John Amberg lety Monday night fori SL Louis Elvis Stahr wont over to Union City to attend the fair John Adams nud wife left Sunday night for St Lanais Ed Towuseud spent Sunday iu Union City Mixes Jessie aud Maggie Henry spent Saturday in Union City Miss Lillian Ohoat went over to Union City Saturday to the fair Robert later came in from Nashville Saturday to spend tho day- sisit Nellie Edwards spent Saturday iu Uniou City R Goaltier Johnson returned home Sun dav from Fulton x Mrs111rSHeaves spout Saturday in Union City UuiouherdicCity Saturday Mrs J W Bland and nnico left Sat- urdayc morning for St Louisj Ethel aud Mitmuua rYayt for spent sat wday iu UuloQ Cityi- f y f f y c C Mrs Sam fLu ten has returned homo Toni a visit to tfulton Mrs Randle has return homo from a N flsit to Fulton Mrs Dumas wont to Elmo Toxas where they will reside u Dr J O Stubhs returned home Fri day trout St Louis- A to E DeBow went over to Union City to the fair in John Boono and wife of Gliutou vie itcd his brother this week Chester Bondurant spent Friday in Union City Will Dodds has moved to his hoiiio on- tlo College hill j Chas Overby and wife are visiting the fair this weekrHstollo Honoau drove over Friday to I Union Oity Porter Shumatn and wifo returned homo from tho fair Friday night Sum Douglass spout Saturday in Union Oity F T Handle has returned home from the fairWill and Cecil Cladwfill returned homo Snnday ovening from Union City John Durham loft Saturday night for SL Louis Lowry Stone spent Sunday in Croon field Tom Kennedy and wife arc visiting relatives in tho city H Whipplo spent Saturday in Union city Dixie Robinson and Mrs Fannie Shaw were in Orvntal last week Miss Lou Montgomery returned homo Sunday night from a visit to friends in Union City Mrs B U Sannders who has been visiting relatives in the city has return ed to her home in Car ut hers vlle Dr Johns and wife of Corinth who have been visiting relatives in tho city left Sunday night for the fair If you failed to register go to the County Clerk otlico Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week Tho democratic voters of Hlokuian who wore prevented from registering at the three registration days may reg inter at tho County Clerks office Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week by making ulliduit Monday morning tho alarm of fire was given which proved to be tho pretty residence of R 13 Brevard and which i beenislightly burnuj Lint no serious damage ptttidLj iI7 ocr fO A 1 CLOAKS FURS AND s OVERCOATS1 THIS IS N THE TIME t r TO BUY p We fire making showing little short of remarkable in Ladies and Childrens Furs Ladies Fur Scarfs all lengths and all furs bites and browns at T5c to 1250 tJliildiTiis F U 11 SETS Muffs and Scarfs to matchlland 5tttcljI ADI ES TOUP 1ST COATS we have a remarkable line of these serviceable Ctlltittmade three blowntici kerseyalso lew novelties in Manisli tourist coats ranging in price 885 to 1850 We also show n line ofregular length Jackets at 8300 to 1250 CLOAKS FOR GIRLS and MISSES we show a complete line of these both in Ecjfcrs and full lengths at 8150 to 500MY PAPA WEARS flliWEAll Trousers and Overcoats r I i r K i r ML MIWPS CliHty Wright Conne Jriggs and Nary act Moumoutn J and Mr Durham of Ripley caino over from Columbus Sunday lint and spent the dav and wore entertainol by drive in the country Tho gnsoMne bout Shiloh belonging Harris C Carpenter arrived Tnesdav from Union Town with Oapt Harris charge The boat will be in the corn trade here this souson It is reported tlmt Will Orowell our colored barber IBi making nn olfort to get up a company to tkLr1 paper hors for tho colorod people We have as progressive a colored people as can be found in the United Status and no doubt tho stock will be subscribe for- eadily Uso Sunshine 1lonr none better THE 400 OVERCOAT v- Th greatest line of mess overcoats in the city in all the anew Plaid effect belted coats see our line before you buy- S Price 500 to 1800 BALTZER 8L D O i r S- H2CKMAIV Oilspent lflrforduf The Musical History Club meets Wednesday afternoon tp reorganize Oflicors elected President Miss Diestle I brink Secretary Miss kin Hale Treas urn Miss Annie Bouduraut Meetings every other Saturday ut 400 for the present first meeting Saturday Oct 26 Mrs Maggie Randlc entertained thet book clubs Friday afternoon from throe to five Dainty refreshments were served and a list of books was selected for the next year The occasion was very much enjoyed by all Mr J J Ilinvood representing the Smith Premier Typewriter Co of St Louis was in lliokman last week Eld S F Cayco of the Primitive Baptive will prewii at the Presbyterian church on this fifthI Sunday the 30th of October at elf Vi 4 a in and 7 p in Theres but out meaning to Perfection In Cke tt THATS S INTERNATIONAL Before you InVCf ynur monty In a Fall iult+or ovwcoit Itt ua show you th- enlatest and most refirad fabrics ever received in kcity SOO Nobby StY1 I Jit in from INTERNATIONAL TTAILORING CO NEW YORK CHjCAGO WE DO TIlE MEASURING AND GUARANTEE THESE GARMENTS TO FIT AND GIVE SATISFACTION H C AMBEEG JQcal Agent v n lM4 S r Use Sunshine Flournone butter Harry Barrett went to Mississippi last week Charming New Millilory At prices- to sniLthe times Rice it Co A E DeBow left Tuesday night for fair Use Sunshrue Flonr none better Dick Scearco of Cayco spent Wednes day in the city Miss Irene Amber returned homo Tuesday night from Paragould Mrs Dr Bally of Louisville Ky is visiting Mrs J H Millett For saleA good milk cow Apply to this olllco W A Fonlks tlf Dyersburg spent Wednesday in the city Al Fnris spent Wednesday iur Union yMisses Homer Green left Aloiioay night fur St Louis T H Uley spent Wednesday Union Oily Ladies and childrcns juits tram LOc to 1150 at Rices S Co J T Perkins of Martin spent Wednesday in the city We are showing tho ggreatest line of Ladies and Misses walkiirg skirts iu the cityRICO Co Henry Auiberg attended tho fair last weekJ Stephens speuta few days on tbo lalro last week hunting Ouly one remedy iu Ihe world that will ut once slop itchiue s of the skin any part ot the body Deans Oint monteAt any drug store 50 cents The Literary Circle met with MM Alice Amber Wednesday afternoon Rov H C Johnson and wife visited friends m the country a few days this weekL N Kjlley who was formilly iu business here has located at Hickmani wliere he will Move hn family in a day or so Mr Kelley is a clover gentle tuna and has a nice fatuity and wo aro sorry to give them up bat he is welt pleased with his location hence tho move May Held MeSdouger After the Express Company Acting City Attorney R 15 Johnson informed a messenger reporter that the city authorities propose to look into tho law regarding oxpra s ordure for whisky to Paducah and other plasa HH con struction of the taw u that au orler taken here and the money received here is a violation of the 1 local1 option law May cicl Meegeogeri r j 1 c Killed ujr Accident Young Bob Beadles of near Roper iu Hickman county la dead from the wound of a pistol shot accidontly dis charged while iu his possession Satar day last Young BoadleBandsomo com panions were cleaning some revolvers when fondles was about to make u demonstration of how he would use his gun and as he drew it from his pocket it discharged the bullet passing through his throat dying in u few minutes lat or He is a son of Dr Beables of Beet ertnn Tho accident is to be regretted rSpeight Leaves the Track An tho Leader predicted a few days ago J C Speight of May field Repub Bean candidate for Congress against Hon Ollie James and who hal been touring this section in joint debate with Mr James has enough drubbing and has jumped the the track and gone homo or somewhere else He spoke at Bard well yesterday but came herelast night on his way home having cancelled bis ether speeches with Mr Jarnea Sat urdays Leader Leg Cut oft Monroe Carroll a popular young man of Moscow Ky met with a serious accident there last night From reports that reached Fulton Mr Carroll at tempted to board a freight train for Union City and missed the step falling under the train the wheel passing over and severing his right leg from his body Mr Carroll is day agent for the M O railroad at Moscow and well kuown here His condition dangerous Sat urdays Fulton Leader Baby Jumped Prow Trala Houston Tax Oct 13A baby leap ed from the arun of its mother out of a window of the International Great Northern Worlds Pair train yesterday morning while IU wai running at tbo rate ol 53 miles AU hour The woman screams stampeded tho passenger and the train was stopped live miles beyond the mishap The baby way foaud prao tically unharmed BrI- Xote This may bo true bat It sounds rather fishy lo unJ Strayed or Stolen Strayed from my place in Hickman one red yearling heifer with horns Finder return to J W ROGERS loclBloodbreaking oat all over the body I am VftflfJtefll t nnX JIU M r 1 i 4- a 4 i A r or a f L C 0- T 4 I J I iW r J 5 i AmbergIARE I Ready With all Sorts of Cold Weather Goods C Ve are now showing the largest stock ofseasonable merchandiser that we have ever assembled Our high standard of I quality our low pries and the splendid assortments are teaching more and more people every day to regard this store as s their shopping headquarters And in anticipation of this creased patronage we have collected this great winter stock which we invite you to inspect ft FALL MILLINERY Our Autumn showing is the most magnificent collection Of handsome millinery we have ever displayed Our careful work in selecting the various styles is apparent in every hut There are the highest grade pattern hats and the lowest priced outing hats DRESS HATS The very latest styles constructed of high grade materials tastily trimmed nil the now shapes stud colors Prices from 150 to 1200 STREET HATS In all the now large and small efiects each one becomingly trimmed all the droired shades and corn binations Prices from 75c to 500 GIRLS AND CHILDRENS HATS Our display iii these lines is especially hire a they come in plain and smooth felts and all colors Prices from 50c to 500 Jts = J4 i j E W ROACH SOME the names you will find those of and who are to our as men of what these men say Mr E W in our as a can for Court Clerk It is a for us to say that Mr is of the He is a and how to keep in good style and order He is social and will serve the if in a way to all There is not a more man for the in the whole and we our to Mr on elec tion J N Hall Aug SI have E W for some time and I am glad to give him my as an If the had 110 other kind than ho and crime have but little show in the E B Oct 8 have E W for years We met in where he was and I him to be an who vill do his duty all Rev E 0 1904 For a of years it has been ray to know Mr E W and I have found him at aU time and under all to be a chris tiara one in i the may repose W E c Dodd Sept 3 1904 c I have E W for years I have met him in many stud in he al W y a and an j fV ii able part I gird him ni n gen in the true sense as a good and a man of ttlent In many he is a IJ think of Mr T J tt have E W for lIe has been a of my at for about 1five years I have been with him in the and home and I have seen him tried in the sick room and by the death bed I know hunt to be of the and of all for the office he seeks Rev G L Ellis Aug 27 1904 Mr E W Roach for years and 1 can say that he is a and well ed to fill any to he may be C L Price Oct Other H 0 John sou J A of the and Bank A G ny To the voters of Coun ty I take this to kill some circu lated over the on me The above know me I think the to the this time the expres stop of their in to my to be the way of one of was that I had from the race I was close at home my in her I shall ap your in the and if I shall strive to make you a good clerk E VV Finds Two Headed Snake snake with two heads was to town by a boy The were set at an gle oyer a of v 1 ii Comforts Culd is due be and warm and at hand Now is a time to your for in 75cbsize hen n in a of 0PlJC1 1 that are 75 per cent wool some callI all wool with in red and Per pUll of fine Df to i en full sizes in all u i all wool 00S175 1 25wlute1 with silks with 00lUgforget to give every lOc cash t I r1 AXSWFKS KEloKTS Among below ministers edudators known readers great abilities Consider Roach announces himself columns didate County pleasure Road eminently worthy place cultured scholarly gentleman knows records cordialproper accommodating people elected please competent place available county beg readers remember Roach dayEld 271904 known Roach endorsement educated Christian gentleman country lawlessness would landRev Ramsey 1001UI known Roach several Teachers Institute always useful popular believe Christian gentleman under circumstances McDough Sinumber pleasure Roach circum stances courteous gentleman whom people unhesitatingly confidenceRev known Roach several Teachers Institute Associations which takes prominent r tleman scholar respects genius highly Rlach- Prof Coates I- intimately known Roach several years regular attendant church Liberty Sunday School church unice Christian gentleman worthy esteem confidence hearty surport Llmve known several truthfully chris- tian gentleman qualifi position which electedRev 241904 references Thompson cashier Farmers Merchants Kimbro Hickman Fulton method reports being industrously country reflecting people welland public opinions regard character proper answering suchreports which withdrawn because attending wife illness preciate support primary elected Roach Woodstock ViiA moccasin brought farmer heads right body eight inches Blankets and weather prepared have blankets comforts close good secure winter 104 Cotton Blankets Extra vyOotto Blankets variety Heavy Blankets would them handsome borders white plaid 225to 275 Wool Blankets made woolf colors ULlufFVery finest California Blankets solid white Extra large comforts covered lined i Ilong and two inches in deter1One exactly like it was the imt spot fifty years a 50 and was iin a jar of The snake WitS found on the north branch of the Shenandoah RiverI at the foot of Massunutton Moun tains Vice boy who found the snake captured it alive as it seethed chilled by the cold It is offered as a natural history mu seum prize I In f Mrs Nancy A Meaees nee Burns wife of J F MeoMd was born in Smith county run May 2 1831 and died Sop ember 15 1001 The funeral services were ooouooced by her pastor G L Low ery in the presence of a large uumbor of friends and loved ones Her remains were laid to roar in the cemetery at Ebeuzer toawait the resurrection moru She was converted ut the age of seven teen and joined the Methodist church in which she lived a cousisteutaiuembor until God tailed her hume She was indeed a helpmeet to her husband and an ever reutiy to grant the wishes of her children As u neighbor she was always ready to dq some kind and char itable deed Slim was a devoted wife anal mother and loved her toys and was always u ray of sunshiuo to thorn in thuir homes For thirteen days her suffering was indescribable yet she bore it with patience and Christian for titadeg In of dying she said that all was well that iic would be a happy exchange lor her Bfsed are the dead that die in the Lord One Who Enow Her A Card or Thauks Most sincerely dj I wish to express my gratitude to those loyal citizens of Hiekuiuu who opened their homos and rendered mysol and my children such prompt aistanbe initue diately after our recent loss by tire and particular the Ladies Aid Society of the different churches who kind9isymPa thiea with busy uoedls uvHjSnty fine ceeded in administering tooaA prejeulIjI comfort but most deeply ingrdtuiti t i themselves into our hearts Slay Goao I I choices blessings rest uoa tbeni cr- O Md CuII Sareral hundred extra copje3Eof tbeII Htckinuu Courier are bug thstrlbu over the oouuty this weeK ttfSSTp0511113 I Postmaster J T Stephens claims bw i hold asolumpioa dai aaJt or this enlII ofthe4 state by the bum Ih c iI a- i near e r i So1ndalII1uthsr Wdtdoo and wite are attou 1 ing the fair this week A W Phelps of FultDu was in the city this wHkItJo Roper of Moscow was ia the arty this week Mia es Noll and Irene Hjlm have returned from a visit to frieuU iu Fulton Mrs Robort Wealtherly of Fulton ja visiting iu Fulton W U Wilson and wife have returned home from the fair Will Henshnw is attending the fair this week Mrs Lrey of Union City Is visiting her sister Mrs 11 Stopheus home from tho fair Tom Carr left Wednesday for Pad a cab and Cairo In search of cotton pickers Moso Marshall ot Clayton was in the cityJWodnesdayMiss his returned home from the fair Judge Naylor is having hia residence very much B T DAVIS left Thursday for St LouisHugh French and wife have returned home from the fair Mrs Hermon Scales of Union City is visiting her father Misses Pdarl and Lovie Williams are attending the fair this week Mrs C B Travis will entertain the embroidery club at her residence on Oattlett St Friday afternoon Mrs Morris aid Horice Luten and son R indlo came down Thursday from Fnltou The pcntoffico at Obion was broken ink oue night last week the sure blown open and 200 of stamps and 100 in cash stolen Earnest Sing the popular salesman for the Hickman Bottling Works was in the city Thursday Ho reports a suc cessful trip- Judge Remley was gladdened bv the return of Mrs Remley from her long visit to Columbia S 0 her former i ftmo itis Durham returned yesterday rtu the bedside or her father his condition reported bettor Tom Casaety an old Hickman boy tow traveling for Winchester Arms Co spent yesterday In the city Tums many friends here are atauyd glad to see him roll iu Miss Minnie Bowen of Jordan spent yesterday in Hickman on way to Worlds 1air Sam Wilson took Sunday night train lot 4qe iu I A Splendid Collection of the Latest Styles in Coats and Jackets We are showing a large assortment of the latest ideas in Coats and Jackets for ladies misses and children You may make your selection with the assurance that in both material and style the are the latest At 1075 we are showing a gar ment that is a great value It comes in brown castor tan and black trimmed with plush lined with Skinners satin You will be at the prce 10 75 New Cravette Coats in the long belted and plain effects a p1ndtugs S6OOtol6OQLadiesvelvet and buttons both plain and belted backs Prices from 400 to 1000long School Jackets with cape trimmed in braid and brass buttons plain and belted bacKsirom2to7Childrens Jackets made of kersey in blue gray castor brown etc From 125to 4oo IIDo not ask for Cash Merchandise Trading StampQWe stamps with purchase honorable giving Better supply preserved alcohol t speaking lieaiWand artyf returDedI improved atRipley surprised Misses Old papers for sao at this oliice 15 cents nor hundred Fulton is preparing for a big demo oniticruly on the 5th of Noyember Hon McGhessy and Morgan Ohin will bo present and make speeches Preaching at the Methodist church Sunday 11 am and 7 pin Sunday school at 930 ani On Wednesday night Nov 2 Rev G B Baskerville will preach at the Methodist church and hold the 4th Quarterly Conference All are cordially invited to these servicea Nor sale or rent 115 acre of bottom lands 100 cleurol and in cultivation apple orchard two dwelling houses a good well good barn and good soil Place is 21x miles below Hick man on tho river road For further information apply to- 384t Joseph E Johnson STATE LINE ITEMS Mrs Lottie Clark nee Groves is visiting her parents near Pop lar Grove church Quite a number of our neigh bors attended the Country Fair at Union City last week among them were Mr and Mrs T A Prather John Roper James Maddox and Miss Dora iewber ry Leonard Maddox and Elmo Threlkeld Miss Lillie Maddox and Mrs Mary Shield went to Hickman shopping Tuesday Rumor has it that several marriages are to take place in this vicinity soon Isnt this proof that we are a progressive and prosperous people Jrleft mond Virginia where they intend to make their home for pome time to come Miss Dora Dewberry is spend ing the week with Miss Pinkie Shuck in the Jordan neighbor hoodjj j Hugh Saunders visited in this vicinity last Sunday Mrs Walter SaunMr and ders and family of Los Angeles j Oalare expected to spend sev eralweeks at tthe home of the formers parents Mr and MrsJJ J II Saunders I The farmers are progressing rapidly with their wheat sowing 4 owing to the very fajprable W9 yrtf If liOHTlLHlfii WiNSElt3 t Following is a list of Bob TjlerV V horses which were winners at theUnicffl1 City fair last week Best carriage team was won by his o bay team StandardBred Stallions foar yew 7 old and over by Alfred G One year andi under 2 by Alfred Hopper Mars one year old and under two by Alfred G colts RoadsterStallions fonr years old and 1 over by Alfred OJ yearlings Alfred Hopper 1 Mares filly ono year old by Alfred i G cots All worksfour years and over by Handy Andy yearlings Alfred Hopper a Mr Tyler also won some blue ribbons on cattle Hu horses seem to have no n1 trouble in taking blue nbbons 2Cr Tyler was well pleased with tho deci f sioz EiseubarthHendersous show boat was at the river Thursday night ad showed to a crowded bouse There were some interesting features It will be back in a few weeks 159C white coapon gets a chair at H C Amtergfl Void aftea SOT 12 W P Taylor was over from Fulton SaturdayMr Mr Aathar Shaw and son have retnrnod from the St Louis fair n ANTiOCH NEWS Miss Myrtle Harper is teaching s a fine school at this place Hermon Marshall and B Cov iington attended the threatre in Union City Wednesday night Everybody around lire attend ed the fair last week at Union City Mrs Anna Hudson and chil dren are the guest of the family of Jno Hudson this week Alex Hudson and family were the cuest of Dr Williams and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Covington are the proud parents of a little girl baby Henry Wheeler and family of State Line visited in this com tnunity Sunday Walter Gray has purchased a preparingThe death angel has again vis ited in our community and claim id for its victory Charley Hud son This a very sad event He leaves a wife and three small children to mourn his low Tht bereaved onell have our heaat f t1l Kr i- y t ii r