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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n ao EG X Lt It J Jforft i 11- Ii o t 4 r iIjii f c 1 L 1 j t to J 7 I HleMill 7 DURI aRitis i JN iL t 2 f r x 1 a A r Y OLDEST NEWSPAPER qtd S RN K11JN1PCgY J t 1 J L1 v 1T 1 t sI E lABLisIIED1 1859 tCKMAN rLLT01 COtN1ikty N YEMBER 28 1904 VOLUME XXXXX 0 4 7 1 tr l K J h 0 J d J I I I II SC t t THE r L- tItl Y COlRIERt t Hml1 C J uriir and the Dixie l tr hiv s 1 w1 roMsuliduied- ir 1 iit the tenure will be run t1 lrl 011 u turbhtp and manugemunt 1atr oriie pr snt the Courier and Su Will W i1Nwfii + tof the other The subscription pact of tho Courier w itl remain the tiume oneuollr and the S r uii aftf January the lirstbe one d Bar Nu ir dnutfoffovrll be nude fort iiitiptilll to lnith papers At ut orly diii the Courier office I t iit Vin inning the doily Courier Tle utyly will bv issued every day ext t Snudty and in addition tho woett 1 CouriV Hsatpreioot will ba issued Monday afternoon The subscription will be 5100 without I I MO lOf the Courier ttt Monday pnper mid 8500 with iit Vu havuulrtHid received more en c mra etnant than wo anticipated audit is oar intention to go into the enter 1 rise with a determination to stay and strivesaliettyoto andtwish your hearty co operation The subscription hook are now open and w ill bo Rjiid to have you call at the CourierI cflfco Mud let us show you a sample of tbopaperwp will print Wiiti each subscription 10 the Star befoiiS January 1st you will be entitled to SOvotflS hi the piano contest and In a popular eucttusmoftetur young belle of townfor one uprotniaingyoangbmtiwOountr Hickmanat t 1 A tree 5 VY have arranged with Son Sf- uraliAgruult- y + t a hiuito numb tit to ito given ii1nto chKtch Oar 1 Courier To all th we tier offieatuiit p iy St for glue Sour for a roneval youu toa Yeatrs snbasription free Dull and a 1f N tTTak+ ammittee following =r elected to for FoUon iciersl FultonyerbaTf ESt Carr E TylerHickmauEast1 HickmanrlleBtWeat Clark MadridUeudr liobt Ulnfor- dSJsafrlAritdlhaWLot Rill QkU Nonnsu- t Q xgcwr3Cr4 May 11411 t ril A G C MARRIAGES 1ptNSE11lWIIiPPLE Wednesday night the 33rd dame Lovvsem the popular mail cutter 01n rural route number three wv mites d in holy bonds of mutritnouy to Lora Whipple also of this immunity Both parties are popular yantf people much liked by ovyoue Thi Courier wishes them all hP joy lnd happiness that may be stare for them and may they liveloua djrosper CUBES dAttNElt knownch farmer II C Sip43 formerly of this placo a hnlDg young of St Louts was mvied Nov to Mi Maude Garner4 Popular aud very at tractive yonoau of Farmington Mr and Mrtuble will make St Louis their futur mine Our wishes go with the- ohnslonMunn f t of interest to citizens otIAJfliugthat iu Brown3Vlle Tcnu Tunight last ill which Miss LoMauu of that place and Mr W tyhnstou of this city were the con finj parties r dill e- conou tound asunt is very and society her whilelivo v6tcs same as the iDlY G ElisnsT OlBFard vareCaAftBr Ceremony the our oo Taper the for jiXVltV suhseriptlons aalwriiirfoa ths who iou ns OD the wor farm p loor get Tho Demo County ruts West hilf and mannow 1st Mo best the y Ig p p wenttoSt Louis andstay ed u few daysand then came to Hickmau to reside Wo wish the young couple a happy voyage through life and welcome them to llickmau Will Campbell and Miss Florence Shelby were married Thawday after noon at the Methodist parsonage Rev H C Johnson ollhiating MILES LEE DEIMr Miles Uee of Wolf Island Mo well and favorably known in Hickman p11oeFridaybrought to HIckman Saturday and inter red in the City Cemetery RdCfltuiod was- a member of the Masonic order and the funeral was attended by the Hiokman Masons Sympathy goes out to ton be reaved relatives The Ladles Aid Society of the Hetfco dit Ch ooh will bars ft hindkerehJef1- b IHir log fh beueii of the cyrce Path L I I hisstook i SSffLL s o iI Y AB Its he i aTCLasecii s tPti FOR TREE ARE GOING F4ST ELLISoNt OA TJLE CC l t i rt i i j J V i L r=COUNCIL PROCEEDlVaS 10O1Conncilprea cut Mayor Dillon Councilmen licnvard Olaser Kirkpatrick Ledford Swayn and Hubbard Minutes of the last meeting were read andy signedThewere presented properly approved aud on motion ill lowed and checks ordered iissued tfa I amounts ft Hickman Wagon CoISupplies 80TomTo cash paid for lumber for city 8i79 By 7COO brick at fC75 5005 3414 Tom Dillon Jr Street pay roll and gravel 438 15 Special Police- Watchmen 70 00 at fire Mct 8 01 3 25 powerhouse SO 95 J C Belote Son To concrete curbing tirdund court house 83 50 By WaterWorksBy ice aot pd Dillon Co 7 83 Hal paid by chuck 53 07 8350 On motion R B Brevard Vas allowed 8150 error in assessment Report of City Treasurer foe Oct 1904 Gen Fund Acct lo bal last 41To71 05 C6By509 i8 BalanceSSJQ J BoUllAcctTo orBy0 flat to credit thU acct V 1295 Ol City Hall Acct To bal 41To59 20 18861HyBal to credit this acct 87 11 OTReportPlantfor86Amt881 98 453 ifAral Maidi out dating Oct ItO 21 4J3U1Top lifer Ilrtsal liepeur Aity piety 11 r1 r1 If IVs c 1 y j i t 9 i T 4r 4 o r a I ttwc t i T 4 u LD4SHTh tLUSse- nt t tI t 0 t hi nt of J J i tJ tbVrj u NSt iSS 1 L a 1 4 a Q r i A T JS r t z C r tt t tA It J t r 1 sgar y Make YowSelectioiisi Early J J b r i I I r t c I J J oia c 1 t r t I 1ff i k 1 I I ii f 1 tL I c I I I I f 1 j f I I l 1 y oM Taxes collected HS00- I hold Treasurers receipt for wtme Tom Dillon Jr City Mrahal On motion the foregoing reporter were received ordered spread mien th P record and tiled On motion W C Johnson C A Holcotnbe and Louis Lunaford were appointed as a board of Bupervisorerto meet at City Clerks office at 900 ain on the first Monday in December 1904 rto examine and Notify the assessment book for tho ensuing term On motion Connuil adjournedH C 0 TO SOUTHWEST I LOW SETTLERS RATES ElKST AND THIRD TUESDAYS 1 BY WAY OF XEKP1IS First third Tuesdays of each month Cf tton Helt Route aellsronnd trip Homo scekora tickets to points West and- S onthwettt at rate of one fare plus 200 5 topovers both ways 21 days return lim it Two trains daily from Memphis morning and evening waking connections at Texarkana Shreveport Greenville Dal las Ft Worth Ooraicana Waco for all points iin Texas Parlor cats on day trains sleepers on night trains chair cars on all trains run fling througa to Texas without change Mrs Joe Wade of Fulton visited in Ii ickman last week Write for literature descriptive of the ca untry map time table and rates to KIlt V pointW C Peeler D P A 307 Main St Memphis Tenu S i aire Atterberry of Cayce was in the city Saturday Etbet Nay lor spout Thursday in Cayce Pan I Davis went on a prospecting tour law wreck down in Mississippi John Pyle spent Suuday in Union City get U B Baskerville of Union City preached a fine sermon in the Methodist couipcb Sunday morning =Ra3 Dougherty spent Sunday In Unices City Job Hall and wife were in the city last week I Unioc Tkanks iviDj service was held is tibe JUfetaodist church Tuorsday aormoj isali very a very fine sermon was prevfaf 4byBev 0 L Price sr ikIp 1II1effllIM s krrpl atC tMf11- wJ t c 0 STILL MORE INTEREST Big increase in the total number of votes this week in race for 400 Piano I 100 votes with each years subscription ei ther renewal or back subscription ROLH3 Every lady married or unmarried re siding in Fulton county Ky is el igible to enter the contest No re strictions are placed on the voters ex cept that all votes mast he cast on halo lots provided by tho Courier for use iu this contest In each copy of the Cour ier from now until the close of the con test a ballot will be printed each ballot entitling the holder to ft vote in tho contest provided tUey are are voted and sent to this 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 wiil b given whit every 100 received in our subscription de partment from now until tho close of the contest whether said dollar bo paid on remewal or by new subscription The contest will close Saturday after noon Dec 24 at 4 oclock 1901 Imme diately after the close a committee of three reputable and disinterested citi zens will tako cbarre of the ballot box open and count the votes nnd declare the name ot the winner The holder of the said ticket may cast the votes for whomsoever he or she de sires All subscribers who have renew ed or who have had the paper started to their address since wo beacnmc its publisher on August 8 1904 are entitled to 100 votes now or when they pay their subscription As received the ballots will be pin ed in a locked box kept in the Courier office for that purposo The box will be opeded 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 Subscribers who are in arrears will be entitled to the usual number of votes for each dollar paid on each snbscrIP bon Every subscriber to tho Courier whether living in or out of the county will be allowed to vote in this contest The last count before the close will be r a B Dee 15 Tke ballot box will then reputap1g1 i M 4 the box remain unopened again until the close of the contest printedfromwill contain a ballot entitling the holder tp five 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 dubrrvotici to the Courier we will Rive a coupon entitling 1 tho holder to one hundred votes T a 1 publisher of the Courier guaranties above all things else perfect fairness and Impartiality Among those who novhoicebatcarefullythe J To tbo most popular lady in Fultcn the Courier present f subscribers of the Courier will detir mine who sue is The piano to be given placedon i is a v err elegant upright one 1t madebyAnyJone f M i ti scriber or not the only requirement be iug that all volts must be en ballots cut b t j from the Courier or on the Coupons is 1 departmcnfJ1I livingwithin r e Aneta Reynolds Dodds 21983 Louise Atwood 21100 Miss Jane McConnell 19815 Thelma Luoile Stancil 13675 Maybelle Fuqua 7725 Miss Irene Amber 6405 Homer Green 722rMrs Allison T ler7Q4 A Miss Stella Steele 615 Miss Lizzie Corum 530 u Luoy Bttrrurr 510 11 Pewiti Thrtlk14 HoQ I 11i tRii rf g t H 1 l v r THE H1ICK 1 aN COURIER I 5 PUBLISHED MONDAY1 NOON c hUInOtE HthHiEP 1182 MIT SHAW PUBLISHER T HERMAN LOVELACE PROZ N STIFF BY FULTON DEMO OB ATS Precinct conventions were held by the democrats in the East and West Ward of Fultun at 1 p in tpbny to select committeemen to represent them on the county democratic executive committee Herbert Oarr was reelected in the West Ward over Thomas Berman Lovelace by a vote of something like 200 to 15 In the East Ward Clarence Bra nsford withdrew in favor of E Q Oroft but his name was not placed in nomination and 1ievV TayJor was elected by acctoauiittloii Something likes 100 democnUaaJ tended the meeting in the Knst Ward MMI I Heretofore there has Gen lit tlti interest taken in the diet tionii- ly of cbtnltlitteellieli tig all pare t men hare been well pleased With the prel9t itt UfgltlitentioiK A few dayo nuo haweVeij Toin Lovehtce desired to test his strength and iriluonce with the present organization and resigned his position on the Leader tattered cards and otherwise announced candidacy for com initteeman against Herbert Carr Although supported by the opposition paper to the Leader he did not get enough votes in the lungs meeting to fill a bench The test has been made Sir Thomas has burned his bridges behind him and his old friend the Lead er congratulates the old anti getup ard dosomething ei vv d on lsecuring such a fine nsietas T Herman Mr Bransford is a nice young man and we regard him as a good Democrat As sour as he dis covered theM true situation he got out as gracefully as possibl Everyahing seems working to ward harmony between the two ends of Fulton county Editor y Hall of the Commercial spoke pome strong words of ttruth in his article of last week appealing as he did to the common sense of the Hickman yeople The com- o in Hue election goes to prove further gopd will and peaceful relations if the talk between them is any indication of the feeling of the people of their re sprective precincts All alike want to meet half way give sometake some and place our affairs under organized effort In unity there is strengthSo with a committee that really represents the people with the sympathy of the pepple Their pun together will be pfinestima = ble benefit to us all x Ernest Gibbs has taken a phil osophical view of the situation and is one of the strongest and hardest workers towards harmbhy in the county committee His election as a committeeman in 1this precinct gigs sttLsfact1onto all and his careful waltch over affairs political is very cbmmeiK- jdablc ittdeeC- EIAMBhRLAtN8 conon BEMUD is PLEAS ANl TO TAKE The finest qnaljty of sranulutctl loaf sugar is used in the maunfuotpre of Cbamberlians Cough Remedy and the roots used in its preparation tjive ifIflavor similar to maple SVritp making ir qUite pleasant to take 5V i Roder ick of Poolesvillo Md t in speaking of this remedv savsI have used Chamberlain a Cough Remtfdy with iny children ji for soveral years and can truthfully say 4t fs the best preparation of the kind I know of The chlhlren like tutake it and it has no injury after effect Fort sale by T T Swayue Johnston Maun j t SA wedding of interest to citizens ot z4 icktuauwasthatiiiIownsrtlleTenni Jffuesday night last in which Miss s fiouise Mann of thatplicetaad MrW s k Johnston of this city Were the contacting ptrtlw iJ Vft SxuAips r9r aa t beteir H HI 1o it rx k J vr 11 p J LLLD J I JI I A lIf SMART CLOTHES Ifpil MIEN ALWAYS UP TO STANDARD IF YtU ARE LOOKIIGTFOR Suits Overcoats 1 f Rain Cots Tfcousersr Sweaterst fB at I Shoes i rl f Shirts I Vcss oof r t J 1 a I tJflttt3tVtI1J3 tIoi1y 01 I I t Cloves Neck wear I lJi 11 fiteliS j lJan ikrrch tls J ollars Suspenders i i I I Umbrellas t t Hunting ol I LAg irs- or V anything in the line of Mens Wear you will find it jin the clothing department at I WE CIVE TRAaINCSTdMPS pI- N GREATER BONDAGEo I BY R W STANCIL Uncle Jake an exsluvo dreamed or n big poisonous serpent licens id y Uncle Sam auJ turned looo among the freedmen to bite devour and rum the exslave The serpent hitos all of his ohildren those ol hn neighbors and plays havoc among the freedmen Ho tau t interpret the dream and is muchf troubled about it His children make light of him for beitaS i serious nod try to console him by saving It is only n dream Solomon Slocum of Gold Harbor Vi sends to Ureeufleld N C in search of his long llout wtte who was sold twenty fiVe years previous to a planter in the Old North State His two sine Hudl her living with u second husbmd Sho leaver him and returns within her son t to her old Virginia homo to join her former Husband and children They give a rejoicing i I party iu honor of her return Many of the exslaves are invited am ing whom were Uncle Jake and his fatuity The young freedmen get drunk aud have a row in which a man find woman are killed and Dncle JttKes boys and I ilrl3 urn wounded Many of those who attended the parry are arrested anti tried for murder They ftrb convicted and sent to th WUIneSe3cause of the trcnble aud the gradient foe to the frcedinou Uncle Jitko now anderstand3 to the meaning of his strange dream The s Tpeut iiy the h censed saloou his bjysandeon in law are among thoo sent to the penitentiary He and his wife grieve over their fatu and deplore the temptattou plicjd bo fore the freedmen and appeal to those who freed the slaves to use their in fluence to free them from even a greater bondage the cursed whiskey traUb He starts on a two years journey among tha old soldiers at Hampton nut Va and the citizens of the north tc plead with the freodmeua friends to uid hiut iu freeing the freedmen from the cnrsu of mm The whisky triiHi not only injures tho freedmen but the whites also Among tho victims is Joseph Station a properouabnsinwa man of Richmond He became a slave tu strong drink t- ie1ibualneai uulil his property Yfllil iDt upde gut tRatY byai ealooq- l iA i ar rt lt if to iSS II Cs 4MJBERQ t t h keeper who take advantage of hint drfbiug a loud Beige of druiikeunoH ms tamilyU reduced to poverty find disgrace Ho finally murders hU wire and K hango I for gift murder He pleads hii own caao and blames the American voter for the licensed saloon anti ohargesindirectlvpf themurderof his wifo His daughter Jtfiei writes him it letter after hearing that he was sentenced to hanged in which she givehlwhisky tram tier grandfather a mil lionuiro ot New York tity join her iu the work aul agrees to spend his mil lions to aid his grauddaughtor in this noble work Ethel so informs her father thY fact and encourages him by telling him th it God has caused the wrath of niui to pnilse Him said tliat the tragic ileoilxif hudrunketffutli9 has put m motion a titightx wave which shall inuroasetUl fhb lilet licensed sit loon shall lmv beh swept from the whiskytratliaR iIi L e Finn n beautiful daughter of the willow Lictui Vines of Eorkland N U w full of litii and cheer Her very outuauauue b atiis with annshin She U popular timid a favorite amour heT friends Tho son of Lucian AVird ItI rich planter noarOro8nvill X c win her heart riley marny and he begin to Jriuk Ht nmko hla homo a hell on tifalRJiIAmong tin stately pines of knollIi mansiouIi Incit son and tvniliuighrers were the sole occu pants itftlH JovelIX home Between tltj arouse and the road ran a small brook Thl bottom of the hroolc wets sandyM and full of minnows and small fish KosalTds il eiilpiu 1vHIi her hrother Natluyii a ad eloersisljttcr Limia spent many a 1 hnpli houi wading in the brookcitteli eitcntSSboats on its rapid sporlflirig yal ters Birds 4qf various kindS lodged in the pines at night and fHwithsglnn101l l i t t JI 4 J i jt4t- f 1 1 iia J itfs cV + t d I Wi CLC7E OR AJa OOVO IIIi III I i I ed the carpel of straw beneath Rosa Lee who was ever full ofI life and joy often silt under the shade of a large elm in fronttint me house and listened to the singing of the birds tho hum liugof the bees ajtd whisper of the winds in the tall pine trees To her life was full of beauty and happiness She ever looked on the bright side of things To her every cloud hal a silvery lining or was spanned by the bow ot promise She had a smile for every friend tutua word ol of cheer for every troubled soul1 Site was a sunbeam in the home giving warmth plesisuro amj vig or to every one she suet Her very presence was mi inspiration o the sick despondent or unfor ttlnate1o see her during these sappy days tone would hmllv Iream of her future bein filled pith storm anti cloud But the ruin whisky has wrought explain the mystery connected with n life so full of promise Wallace Ward the second son of Lucian Ward was an attrac thc young manRosa Lee hail many admirers who tried to win her heart but all failed except the han some young Wallace His father was wealthy Wallace was not a Christian h t he industrious thrivmwas a sober etniplantertainedliundredsofl gyres of title best river bottom Tar river lvti 8te I lets from raliilihtcn itoTaraboro passed daily Witlt such a farm and the most prom ising young man in all that section for a husband Risn Lee dreamer of n future all radiant t with sunshine What more iould she desire She was a devoted Christian and when she gave Wallace Ward her heart he promised hertq become a fiji ntVl roJ UI1 t 9at1 SJ1 phtW4Jiiria i t J f j Prtr fAir 1 J fIl l v tf 1 t1 h c I t ifLj 1c Doans Trial TriUinph The Free Trial of Douns Kidney Pills daily carries relief te thousands Its the Doan wayof proving Doan merit with each iindividual case Aching backs are owed Hip back ami loin pains overcome Swelling of the llimlwHud dropsy signs vanish Thjy correct urine with brick dust sediment high colored excessive pain in passing dribbling frequency bed vetting Deans Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel Re lievo heart palpUatiou sleeplessness nervousness Rockdnle Tex Dec 30 1902 When I received the trial package of Doan Kid uey Pills I could not pet out of bed without help I had severe pain in the small of my buck The pills helped me at once and now afler three weeks the pain in my buck is nil gone and I am no longer annoyed with having to pet up often during the night a formerly I cannot speak too highly for what Doans Kidney Pills hate done for me I am now 67 yours old have tried a great many medicine but nothing did the work until I used Doaus Kidney Pills James R Arlhrur Cleveland Ky Dec 23 1902I was laid up iu bed wh my back and Kid praising OVERCOATS A Big Consignment Just Received At40 ceiitstp 50 cents the Dollar WILL SELL THEM II P1RICE ilcosITI 4JII 4 r POPULARITY CONTEST FIVE VOTESjJFOR 1 I HICIOIAN COURIER CONlEsriill 1LNi l Gdntcstant lICOIIltltL Novn84 4it nuv2dia ofsheJc enablE almost11uthornlncliana SoutherniioisKertt1 Telness Mlsslosippi j LvlGIma fb tdt01t15fatJommunicationDelocttthisg iVecan t section quick 4JiuoJk tonago country to Clu Rates reason l and facilities unsur Hunt T o WBBB fvLfW eu Wird roan spoutihoneymoon pleasantly tail drink and sOOliu dark lnMf ut ilvefy ing or the bow ntr promise span it bejmn to rse and east a doom tho horizon Soon aft r they sere married mov avSinall house on the farm promisingitosa build a mansion a fMiort But became slave to strong drink and for years they lived this old 1raine house He lin often goto town and get a apret upcl nninin away from httlils two three weeks sue GOhStll1r Ulc1i I IkIldxS iL l Al r8A rlt H- It noys I could not get mv elf straight when 1 tried to stand would have to bend In a half stooping position I got a trial of Doans Kidneys Pills and took ot them end of days they got me ont of bed and 1 to go about 1 take delight in these pills Abe Gnuii Jr 4J F I J T 4 r t i 1 on j p 1f I U1i 1 j I T t w v v = 0 v 4 is I i b L V 1 1 j 14 TOA ob6 10 i UI L r 1 ItO1lOR one to i eo In li with the ofthe ipme svti y J l 4D j4 r dIG t en pt arat I I 1 i 3 lit to tWIt a Jin to over he ed in fra ne to in time he soon a Inn If in l 1 J 4 r- h 1 1 i J oJ t tr f i kw+y + n LJT box nit At the two was able a 1t ES J ney uponI others less worthy promisedlove oftenWwouldhisVifet ToAo sons Hud d hllpearli theybebigVV6 closet or behind the ThcYh I lrV the baclvl room 1101lreadetl to sao him come watia drunKen spree lieIW1tecruel and crabbed kindr Wallace Ward was but wwife and children a very V was drunk he was or satifV snitHoand foui She cat11 lit with even body him rtr d nothing to suit wrath lug to appeghid t 1I 1 t j t af= Prf Y E fj t i t7 L = OE 4- t I t THEl I iliickrnan Furniture CO I Dealers in all kinds of household and kitchen FUR NIT U R E Just a few words about our Sewing Machine Depart ment We are Sole agents for the justly celebrated Wheeler l Wilson sewing machine this machine stands without a peer it is fit to grace the palace ofa queen a refined machine for refined homes has no shuttle to bother your life out with rotary throughout willstitched the finest fabrics to the heaviest without changing the tentiori i llVe especially invite those thinking of buying machines to call and let us show you this machine We also handle the nest shuttle machine on the market the New Home and Newt Royal ranging in prices from 1850 to 4500 In Rugs we have 1 I JXMINISTER RUGSJJ 7x 54 with fringed ends im 300 Velvet 2 50 Tapsry c 200s BRUSSELLS TAPESTRY AND VELVETS FROM 150 UP i J THE ROCKING CHAIR DEPT t1ia f js WthJ C r inen i1hLrll 1 cuRS 4 ri 2Kw tliori4 W V mrr wiumi I market aff rdsrhave just received a large shipment a of full Boston Rockers half Boston and cane seat Rockers Reception hall and parlor chairs will be in soon In wil lout Rockers we can give you and thing you wont Believing that the people of Sickman and vicinity de mand the best of every tiling we have ordered some very fine odd pieces for the parlor hall and dining room I Then passing loop in ourshow window we have on exhibition one of our spec makes of cotton felt mattresses the best bediri the orlf made especially for the Hick man Furniture CompaI r I AS TO f3= Hdiday Oodds will tell about thein when ve have them com S you they 1 J t got bore L n sale all of our carpet sampleswe have place Jouii can getso111e r bargains in these samples for rugs we have th eeni of the iron beds that belonged to the stock which will closeout atBarret Sli we costjj ijl If youneQa clothes horse come and i 3t it for tae InII r ftietyc iiavnade a big reduction in every tIling in the houseWke pleasure in showing you our goods Jillethel= Xbuy O1 not call and see us f I7 Respectfully j r WUIIUln1t1 1 Q 1 W V11 Do j VIIV PRA THER ViF SOOAH Salesman Manager I I x I i REMLEY SHAW Long list of real estate on hand Special attention paid to abstracts Rent als collected for other parties Consult us in regard to notes on doubtful parties We list any thing in personal prop erty to the value of si 00 or over except stock COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY NOT SICK A DAY SINCE t1was taken severely sick with kid fey trouble I tried all sorts of medi cines none of which relieved me One day 1 saw an ad of your Electric Bit ters and determined to try that Atter taking a few doses I felt relieved and sor n thereafter WitS entirely corpdand have not seen u sick day since Neigh bore of mine have been cured of Rheu matism Aeurralgia Liver aud Kidney troubles and General Debility This is what B F Bass of Fremont N O writes Only 50c at all druggists n J1 JIC 1 BONDURANT Son Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford Randles store UIOKMAN KYJ THE DEBT LINIMENT Chamberlains Pain Balm is consi dered the best liniment on the market write Post Jl fuss of Georgia Vt No other liniment will heal a cut or bruise so promptly No other affords such quick reliet from rheumatic pains No other is so valuable for deep seated pain like lamo back and pain in the chest Give the liniment u trial and you will never wish to be without it I Sold by T T Swayn- eFARMERSI ATTENTION 1 wish to call the attention of the far mers that they can have all the water conveniences of the city I can install your water works either with wind null or pump and fnrniah engine or windmill I also do plumbing work and can but in bath tubs etc with not and cold water JQ ADAMS JigkwwKy Dr S JTa Davidson Dentist- HIGKMAN JBTP Office upstairs over Cow ill Cowgzll s HIaLEH1QLE Ve have a large quantity of Cypress Shingles and can furnish them on short notice at the fol lowing prices per thousand Extra Select 8325 Primes 300 Star 225 Dont forget that we are agents for the celebrated CHASE SANBORNS GOFFEFS and TEAS LcforJ RONEY Ran t leII LAWYER HickmanJ Ky Settlements and divisicrs estates Q1 e Ito tkf PoWpll QoruvF ti a- gti I HICKMAN BMK 4- I3ICiK1211N ICY Capital Stock Pairl- 50JOOO00 A laving great resources eonserrnttve management and a representative Board of Directors and being rquitgit with unexcelled facilities for the transaction or all brance of legitimate bunking the Hickman Bank solicits the accounts of corporations firms and individuate promising the utmost liberality of treat iiient coosisttjut with prdaeut business methods R T TYLER President C P SHUMATE Cushier 0 A HOLUOMBK Vine Pesident s AMBERGAsst Cashier u k HICEMAN MARBLE WORKS L 1t 41A TtT151I1 T 1355aTOM DILLON Sr Propr SuertMer to B O IUni ge decd Marble and Granite Monument OTJIEL 33131 GtTONE WORK of all Kinds IRON FENCING a v Siokrnan Ky BIOKMAN WAGON CO II nAStTAcJnnr OF rili CEf61RATFD err ffA 1 tf A I Lath Book 8tor I l 6pleu Jid Sefectiou of- NEW I BOOKSSTATONERY i STATONERYNOTIONS L Call and see our Stock Evt y lI lug up o lntc 1711- i MARY BEUENDES rooI III K8LLTHECOUGK vih LUNG3 IINew Discovery S0c100 rupLES 1 JJil Ii JstiiJj fr JThe HiGtkl l1al1 GracelY nd ilV at ilVfar et have youknowFree Delivery Telephone 7f FARMERS AND 1 ikthAiiNL7Tt QIibt ox stQ b RiQkmcu Z7 Absolute Safety is the Basis dopositors Other in ducements secondary importance 1 Upon lhis Guarantee we solicit your patronjig J A THOMPSON Cashier BUCHANAN President DIRECTORS H JiUtniAXAX J J C11iii LINT U B THKKLKKLU J W JLEXASD litH 51 ISLRK Dr J XIIUUUAR1 T A LCDFUK1I DISASTROUS VKKCK- SOareleesne5 is responsible for ninny a railway wrcuck and tbo causes are making human wrecks of sufTernw from Throat Liuic troubles Uutsiuce advent ol Or Kings Now Discovery for Consumption iCouglw and Colds even the wnorst cases can bo cured und hopeless ret ROJUion is no longer Lois Orai of Dorchester Mass is ofi u of tua yr whose file was saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This great remedyis guaranteed for all Throat and liiinp disoase3 by all druggists Pnce 50c aud 3100 Trial bottles free JlipiiUjflHl Tor Sale A nicjaoccvad hand stool tired newly painted runabout for sale at Kimbros fpr S 5 petit roor P t 1Jtt fop IJJ floqt UoAti beltif u I I AND II Price and f OlDS Fns Trial Sliest Quickest Cure for all r I- J Thai we offer to are of I same und uecea sary Mrs tlle and H Anrone sending a sketch end dfiBCrirtkm mar- quickly aacfirtttln our opinion free WMttter as tnaeot oC1n to probably patentabl 9ett51 Uonattrlcllrconnueatis HANMMSK OR Pateaq- sent tree Oldest aeencr for BecHniigpatcDH Pawnta taken tbroairb Mann tCo reeelra jpectal notice trUhoat cb rgc la the Stientifit Jllltrkll erBai IIrear to amSrram nesAwiets nlUNN Co 8lfsrtttinK- ttneeh t III Ynrt uses dli 1i ItW +trtarjwv Use iB4liie+ lobarneu 1 ttic Y L 7 f ft t 1i r r a 1 1 1 W 1 f For PainI 1iTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pilland I the Pain will dis P appear Like Magic Jfot by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine fr and other dangerous drugs but by Increasing the natural secrotlons This notion Is obtained oa a result of modern discoveries In medicine making It possible to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve ant euro fluchII pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism I Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act- ionr on the nerves almost Instantly re lieve such distressing feelings as Dlz I I ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc I Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse i withiI the cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pins are guar I anteed that first package will benefit or r your money back Newer sold In bulk DrMileshavehadyearnagoJIIBthogavome I one hard attack because I take a Pill dlfflcultyoEOHAUNDEnS I I l FREE TrialPackage I AntiPainOurSpecialistyou what Is wrong and how to right It COLtBORATORIE9 1 RObbinSTRDIllaS TIer I J AttorneysatLavv Office over Hickman Bank j LIVER i TROUBLES 1 I I EndThedtorde BlackDraughtI dxeaseRearedprntf100lAROLItKlIARTI If your liver does not act regularly go to your druggist and secure n package of Thedfords Black ran ht and take a dose tonight This great family constipatedbowels and causes a healthy secretion ofbileThedfords DraughtwiJl I puritiee and strengthen the kidneys J A torpid liver invItesIcolds biliousness chill andii I fever and all manner of sick I ness ami contagion Weak kidjj neys result in Brights diseaseII which claims as many victims as consumption A 25cent package of ThedforJs Black keptinI need Thedfordn mack I Draught for liver and kidney com exclItWILLIAMMarblobeadI LTHEDFORD3L I DRAUGHT f FASTER TIME TO TEXAS Cotton Belts Improved Ser vice Between Memphis nnd SouthwestAND l 15 TO BACK Train iSo 3 now leaves Memphis at 745 p m and makes u fast run to Teas x It Carrie Pullman sloeprs parlor cafe cars and free reclining chair cars t Reaches Texurkuna Dallas Ft Worth and Waco Severn hours earlier than heretofore Makes direct connections for Paris Bouham Whitsboro Mar AustiliuaU Antonio Trill No 1 leaves Memphis at 810 a ui earner parlor cafe car and chair I earn J Pullman sleepers from Fair Oaks to Dallas Ft Worth Waco Corpus Christi and Southf Texas points Cheap home seekers ticKets on saler i eai1 trip stop avers both ways and 21 day return limi- tSECItI On August 9 and and September 13 und 27 home seek tickets u1 rata of 15 for the round trip from Memphis to Dallas Ft Won Waco Houston Galveston San An nio Corpus Christi Broxvnwood An tripaQuanali and intermediate points For full particulars and Texas liter dare time tabhs etc write to r W C PEELER D P A 307Maia St Memphis Tenn tar Style A phaeton lR fairly load order ud e BarryeEl h Jw i rr1 If JHf m V IiMl Hold on Old Man Are You From Missouri It wont take us bufcaimmifcetp show yourDoes your cow look like she had swallowed aYn li1onrdtiDoes she give palo blue milk which fibs 1tjueh Do you luive to eat white waxy butter t1Vln1 X i No wonder yon look seedy ffe f iIav No bottler you nre bilious ilL io I Il If Look pore inr friend Now this is confidential ff VI T Suppose you hod oornhread only as a regtnnr dieti t Would you W able to perform your duties Wsffi i f- H Your cow deeds something else besides 113 m f f i Give your cow plenty of good feod i C- ItA is not only a kindness ti Av gf3 It is a first class invostirfSiMi z fid rt a Cotton Seed Meal Crud Hulls is the finest teed you cnn fa fc 1 It is the cheapest ftproUl CIllY buy i f i A Ij Dont he lleiahuortllea07 See how nice aud sleekhls cols is Get him to snots you the lich milk she gives r Let us ccftirVince you how cheap tile feed is w Just read clown below here 1 leThe right lot ottloli Jgyr1 lnxiugIS about 1 parb of niBiir o asjgarts fhulls 100 Ihs of cotton 3ocd meal willi cost you tJ 400 pounds of cotton sa dl hulls will cost you f 200 Tliet total1 cost 500 Ibs mixed feed 5 335 v Tha total cost of 100 Ibs mixed feed 67 t Where can you buy any other f tl for 07 cents per 100 pounds t I L Old fellow you dont know how much jnofiey you are hosing j You fohrr1 feftl Suppose you I hpnfyour grdcer1 and say to hint Send 1110 aslnal4pti4flaltand asack of hull I cant loose much by trying two sackr lfItMy cow 1 looks rusty and tired r f T I want to make her heart gladti tt- i i Cot on Seed Meali1 r Cotton Seed Hulls Per 100 Ibs 50 For Sale by Led ford T Handle k r t Ell is1 llllereantile U L Carpenter ter Siahr S ilendiick eraFttyttBra4ieya iJiekihan Joint StoeMCoi l f r = Ij C 11 r AtA riioc 1 a c 1JLi1J I S15 To Texas and Return November 10 and 22 via Cot ton Belt Route UUOll TIME Ti IJO MIIITII CottonBelttrip seeker tickets from St Lonis Thebes Cairo and Memphis to point in Arkan S15Stopovers21 days flual return limit This is the plat of the extremely low ThosfdesiriuJ ofthese ofIiiinU1tJcr C and 20 Write for further particulars nd for descriptive literature mans me tables W 0 etcI307 Main St Memphis Tenn J No thecrvaptfPlueSrupLOW IWTES TO FLORIDA midI triprutanU111eR Noiveragent or particulars A KUXAWAY BIOYCLK tIrKI I dljl l uuylelugyearn Then Uuoklena Arnica Salvo Burn9cKldetJ Iut nil DruK Stored tot Sale A iiioo new upwri ht piano ve cheap for cash or on easy terms Fur warranted for 6 year A flue stout and carl free Uull on J E Fuqua agtJaO K HouckfJo Mempuis KENTUCKY CROP REPORT The drouth prevailing in nearly all parts of the State is almost unprecodunt in its severt ity From nearly every count 1 the cry conies that stock water beingdriven1 many places the streams springs and cisierns have given out caus v t t fnruuwf6ruiu1 fsf vell Hr t Tliere is ore complaint that ncnrlallseed sown for meadows haT lnoistur1Iierealso tit t a large part of wheat rye and1 winter OAtr seed will Illtheearly sown grain iuA up all right but there hits U Leon snllicientG moistuie1 in tig ground for it to male anyI process The uraini sown hiterremksunsproutcd iin the ground yet tobcif the drouth coVnufes mll longer The corn crop gent ilyl in the tState+ j terman counties reporting I bumper as crop while others not e Jvin tll fourth division of the ate report an exceedingly sllotro rop1hes not increased as expected jyJ a few counties reportingtn crease aboveI an average VtieUSi1 quite a number fall much bt JBe The drouthI wetting in so e and pothalthe laud for wheat accounts 111 the small acreage sown Tl amount of laud seeded to rye iis V full average The acreage onI winter oats is below the average largely on account of the fall last season The tobacco was saved iii good condition Free from frost worm cut and dirt it ought to be a very useful crop While crop jis not a large one anywhere it is reported tai Iquite a sh0 c hisone tricts Live stock are fully up to tile standard in numbers and conditionsi Hundred of lives saved every year Dr Tint has Electro s 011 in the It just whoa it is needed Cures croup heals burns cats wounds of every sort fWOIUDVraR RATES Less than aelf rates to St Louis aid return via Mobile and Ohio will be IB effect daily HP to Norsmbw jtOth irgutcRrY of Mrtt 0 I j 1i com 250 to 500 per ton Deliverer promptly fcciji or more for cash All Orders for less han i ton can be obtained frOtH small wagon that will call daily A A PARIS JR Mp TIME OF TRAINS AT UNIU1 Ulry rth Hound boo 2 Leave doily 10581 m- No4 Leaves I2j48n m No 6 Leaves 1210 p m No 12 Leaves weekday 130 p m fionth Hound No1 Leaves daily StfSp m No8 Leaves 4 30a m No 5 Louver 238 a m urDo 15 Leaves wk day raxd7GO a in tIAILe td j nr IMKcztr IJJi IT lAVH DOESX T 11BSPEOT OID laB Its shameful when youth fala to butyUriyi EirrespectiveE undice Fever Cnnstipation nil yield t to tub perfect Pill 26cr at all Drup Ista rNEW WAYS OF USING CtlAMBBUUIZf COUOir HEilKUY s Mr Arthur Chnpiiiau writing from Durban Natal South Afriwi says As u i proof that Chamberlains Cough Ksuio t lJ YOUUJI t otymme a just over two mouths + old It had H very bud cough and the parents did not know what to give it I suggested that if they would get u bot tie of Chamberluinst Cough Rouiodr and put some upon the dnminy tout the ba bv was sucking it would no doubt taro the child This they did and brought jMbjput aqjiick relief andcured the bIty T6idledy s tb wayuuutHE SOUR JWEST IS PROSPERINGN 1 Arkansas Tearsand Louisiana Fullof GIPPorCUt1ZGS9Jrr For Persons of Small moans rOW RATES FOE- EOMESEEBERS c No section of this i Utoroprasprooa l NoHuhnandsectionotterssecuringtSouthwestWith thateNorthisevenclimateLive cheaper make raveresurroundluorecomforts smorecountry and i let t help von find location Tr low round trip rat03 via Cotton RpntPono tare plus 8son firstthird Tuesdays of each month tots TexW t807 Main St Memphw Tent 1OlUeltt wish through tho nvUcettuiu urUcItoS recentubhshed jn budare I r Tom Lovoluce READ THIS Ont111 n0o1 1 WIeu kid curasalludrev nlJ s rouvles8louAir diabetes avDiiuai omw f txkand lama backs rheumiw 11IrregulurrUcsI of rip kidmen1lnriderin both lOon line W3 childrfc 611 Madder tronblns in the druhtiftOnel 1 merit 8go is two nionthtf trent DrE OlD fails to perfect a cure O BoxIt sole rlittnufactarer Pytetmon LOll la Mo Send for oaiSold by alt drujgists 4 S WONDER BowlingsE lJf s We have wM MoDear Sirider HaWs Hg Y rIexus WII HrB wad ra Utscorery for fiveViaantiriag wIt fHHiitto r t bwo t13R lwi kWtr ty ifs y wr hitt evt asitl YarIrt tryt O K1H4 9 tn j J t 5 Pr 5f J- w r t or J f I s A n Pu+ H re4rr tS i e 4 1 I Aji t 1 LLII r I =JI l t IJ dl f t BALTZE E DOI 1 SEASONABLE I STORE NEVvS tl 4 i j I I t LOCAL NEWS g COMMENT THE HICKMAN COURIER H T BEALE LOCAL EDITOR Ben Halo was in Union City Sunday Ohas Evertty of Union City pont Sunday in the city Miss Virginia Prather spOut a few days in tho country last weok Add Plummcr a negro living in east Hickmau died last week H P Roberts of Louisville was in tho iscityMonday on businas Mrs O C Smith returned hruo Taos I day from a visit to friends in Jackson y Ed Deitzsll of Union City spent Sunday iu the city i tor and Mrs Hugh IVonoh of Olin I ton visited in the city lust week Mrs AM Hall tins returned home from u visit to relatives in Pulton Mr and Mrs J T Stnpuons have re turned home from Jackson Tenn Miss Merryman spent Saturday in r Union City L D Peeler of Tyler Mo superin tendent of Mississippi Valley H R was 4 in the city lust cook Rev H 0 John ou has ret rIIlHt to Hickmau for another rears work AY q ulleitend a hearty welcome to hiui and Mrs Johnson i 1 t ne fair Mrs G L Prioo iis at home again af ter u visit to relatives in Fnlton Miss Nettie Kirkputrik ha oome homo from the fair Ernest Johnson aud wifo havo return ed from tho fair Miss sells Dodds ia back from St Louts t B L Dodds JiasJiogun worli on his house ou the old Dodds lot Roy MeKinuey of Ptducoli was in tho city last week Oscar Beckham sp mr a few 1n5111 the city lost week city Soudayi Mrs R A Catw ot TipUooviMe was iu the city listl week Chas Hepner of Fulton was in the city Suuday and wife of Hoe W At 8ie were in the city last week IIPC wtick rf t prf r of FltQnSrnI K Jt tJ Hr tPJ b Jit r Ladies Tourist Coats We have just received another shipment of these popular garlnen tSaPrices at 585tl to 818 We are also prepared to show you a nice line chil dren and Misses wraps at 150 to 750 I t r I ITS TIME FOR FURS fronti theDlr Veathorford HubbardMlsae9 l6a The largest line inII Hickman to select from and at the right prices 100 to 1250 These are very suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFT yrJIaa wRy 7M IIi Rib Sotnere was iu WicklUFo Sutidny Tout Dublin of noar Oronanville was sn the clity Monday Henry Cowgill has rotnrnotl from the lake The county jail at Tlptonvillo was burned about teu days ago and the en tire list ot prisoners escaped Mr and Mrs Jim McMullin havere turned home from a prolonged visit to her sister Mrs Scott at Barflold Ark Workmen have been ongaged for tho past week putting dowu the now sower pipe on Clinton street connecting the eastern end of tho street with the present sower at tho western end Ward Luten canto duwu from Union City Sunday Mr and Mrs W A Dodds and noice Miss Estolle Ueuoau left Sunday night for St Loui- sStrayedclurk brown cow about five years old Scar on left side hair ru filed on sear u 00 reward for return to S L SR TON Beauouamp Fleming spout Sunday in McLomoresville Cornollous IJowles spout Saturday ia Union City JM Harkoy bought last week IP775 pounds of cotton paying 890 and 8555 for it Branch Court Sustained Tho branch court for Fulton is assured byia iluciaioit ronohecl by Tndgo Bugg Saturday upholding tho constitutional its of tho Hargrovo bill recently piwsnd by the Iveutucky legislature Shunld the matter bo carried to the Court of Appeals it is hardly probable that it wit decide against till bill and it is thought that no further action will bo taken to oppose the branch court Pulton Leader Identified MayHeld Ky Nov alMr W T Montgomery of Battle Greek Mich nud brother of H D Montgomery who was killed here a few days ago by a freight train was hero last night to see Coroner SatTold in regard to tho disposition of tho dead body nail while here he said his brother was 2i years old and that his father James Montgomery livedat Gainesville Ga He left this morning saying some disposition would be made of the remains The dead man belonged to a good family but has been on the road for some time For silo QnP Wilson Heater nltnq t now n burncri burns cq I I I ApeI I MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES ALL- TU3c1DI TO WEAR HATS AT 13 OFF I iji TO TUB lUUUHT tHUS OF TilE COUXTKY londingSouthernbright worthy girl of Fulton county I hunI I lLute and Longatreet at High Tide j boardjt Fur the double purpose of giving the puoplo the truth of the civil war historyI mid of extending n helping hand to the i struggling ambitious girls of the couu I collegeI earnestlyItheo I opporI1 I pledge mjrdrlf to the oudoavor to to open the way for her to com whorecoin mnmritte with me at once Slid her communication should be accompanied countySchoolpiper and the teacher of the last School she attended I would bo glad to com muuicate with every ambitious girl in thu county who iill struggling to educate benelf MRS JAMRS LONGSTREET Uaiusville Ga CJ1W f T lirocbehriilgc Is Dead Cot W O P Brackonridgo died at tl 40 oclock lust Satuiduy night the I Will Early in the evening tho attending physician lust all hope of saving the life of the dtitinguithed Kentuckian and it was then an even chance that ho would not eat through the night WiHinnj Campbell Preston Brecken erlImore August 2St 137 Ills entrance into the urtim of the civil wits was made as captiiu and soon after ho became colouel of the Ninth Kentucky Ciivalry reganieut From 1SS1 to 18Ja he represented the Seventh Kentucky district of Kentucky ia the h fuse of representatives ibeiug defeated for the reironuuution iri lSDl following the court scandal in which he inured Col llreokburidge waa an orator of reuogaisd ability anti11ad a host of friends iu and out of cougreij LOW RATES TO CU lr Ask Jim II Kealll G P Av Mobile and Ohio Railroad St Louis jfor par ticulars as to the new steamship service und tow rates to Havana Al Alosander of Jordon was lu town Wednesday ltlDKherl per Iwuin lu YiJIrl F Jlh 1p fi 1l OUR special collection shoes most select styles leath workmanship guaranteeing best stand makes Ladies QUEEN QUALITY at 3a50 and 3 Hens ECLIPSE tlOE at 3e50 and 4 MY PAPA FOUR HUNDREDBib Trousers nd Overcoats f COATS J ir ara1 r Examination Report for ExamiHadwu at Hickiuaa College mon soaooL A Olass Ervin Scatoa 9815 Mildred Ram age 91 i5 Uettio OeBoi 89 B Class Clyde Wilson S4 25 Plorvd Naylair 31 15 Louise Atwood 89 Ima Moore 8125 Ruth Ellis s r 75 Virginia k nthux 74 2 5 O Glass Mary McDaniel 96 34 Russell Johnson 9612 Jessie Henry9i84 Fannie Kearby 9318 Lacy Richards 90 Mamie Naylor 8714 Eighth Grade Harold D bow 91 Henry Sanger 912 Kato Conner 908 Bascombe Lnc Srd 90 6 Ltzzie Corum8tElvis Stahr 87 Seventh Grade Victoria Nelson 00 Lillian Onoat 91 Pauline BeckmannoGrace Wilson Z11 Maggie Henry 866I Mary Alliaou sa 2 Sixth Grade Maggie Lee Rice 91 3 a Lois Bartlett 91 Dottie Davidson 8S Dorothy Uavitt g7 Dona Huut 83 Warreu Ellison SO Fifth Grade Emma Tyler 93 Richard Webb s9 Blanche Helm 8S Pauline Caldwell 87 Brodie Overton 83 Nannie Metheny 83 Fourth Grade Pansy 945 Bob Overton 87 Asa Henry 858 Nannie Smith 848 Harvey Wiseman 811 Helen Batts 8S 3 Third Year Joff W bb 91 Iris faker 90- Lizie Moors 90 rrctt 69- Itrpa 1 IU Ptn Mtl i fti r l 4 t of this season Is composed of the ers including the of the shoemakers art in I ard WEARS THE line 0 1lle H1CKKAS COLLEGE November Yeatherly ltyrUiS TAMpaq ltrt fine you I for Youthsand Boys Vo arp showing better values tthan t 11 ba fore Our sales have r IMMH vf TV large already this season on our fonts We have them at corivct 1prices 250 TO 18OO rLLLd g li The i m rt S t ct A Magazine of cleverness Magazines should have a wclldelincd purpose Genuine onterlainmeul aiuusciDcnt and mental recreation re the motives of The Smart Set then Most Successful Of MagazineIts novels a a complete one in ouch number are by the most brilliant authors of both hemisphere 1 Its short stories fire matcIileSB clean and full of human ninterest Its poetry coveririf the entire field of verse pathos love humor tenderness is by the west popular poets men and women by the day Its jokes witticisms sketches etc are admitted by tho most mirthprovoking 160 Pages Delight uX Ileading iNo pages are wasted on cheap illustration editorial vapor robs or wearying essays and klle discussion Every la fe ui1l interesti clfnr in unc1Irefresh iou Subscribe note2 SO per year Remit in cheque P 0orExpress order or registered letter to the Smart Set 452 Fifth Avenue New York N BStemple Copies Sent Free On Application tX THE HICKMAN FURNITURE COSa aeveryppedeta dl Ml11 F Boone our undertaker over the l urniture Store can be found at all hours day or nig Ht to answer ten 3aservice We will silt ays be ready and willing to render any i assistance in our power Avhen called ou any business + ifcrusted tousin this line will receive ll attentionparsont IIour 1i HICK tAN FURNITURE CCL- Ftv BPONfi rtngr1 A r 0 10 f liDo not Make the Mistake Of Buying Clothing Before You see Our Stock There are a good many men and boys who havnt bought their winter suit or overcoat and ve wish to say to thes llmtw i- tt can save you money on the purchase besides giving you clothes of character and wearing qualities Our rapidly growing r clothing business we attribute to the superior merit and value of the garments and to our readiness to make every purchase atisfa toryi JfThe great demand for coats the splenI did completness four line and the un Is rivaled value giving are the three strong reasons why you should see us before buyingi HENS OVERCOATS f In beavers and heavy mixtures medium length ttll made good coats for little money 5 TO 8 50 i MEDIUM LENGTH COATS Some do not like the 10 goats for these we have the medium length coats in beavers gray and block oxfords and fancies lined with best cloth built to give satisfaction 850 TO 1500 rn H THE PROPER LONG OVERCOATS Will instantly impress many who wish tto be cuirjlfl dressed We have them in plain and baited tacks in fancy weaves and plain blacks overcoats that wil1 surey satisfy the wearer 10 TO 18 II I IHAlN CQA rs V t L garmclltsTheynette cloths in fancy weaves and plain oxfords f 15 to 1650 l I rjP IO H J J 7- c I Y WakAiwLcoMi I ESTABLISHED 1SS8 J Dealer inmm Pyre Drugs aid Maaicines i1 Paints Oils Brushes Pharmaceuticall Specialtiesi Dye tuffBs Spoa es Chamois Skin Fine hemicals Druggists ti Sundries Fine Perfumes i IoJFancy find toilet articles Combs I Brushes Sponges I ders FacePovIIel I Preparations for the Teeth i Prescriptions carofully compounded Nothing but pure drugs being 1 used Just what your doctor prescribes C iA KOLCOMBE t f 4o 7 i r s ct a a Dr Cla iwpll f Prlncah made n pro fessioiml ti4It in tin city lust crc- We are giI til fon W IJMJ llnUzT on tilt trio+tts umiiH ilsV iII l Itlnbs +H of fwce WtJIta AuiJarK Siit us NaivllH tint Vrduw Udr j jtLwtl r 1u1 IIlt Tilt diy II II t1 a in tll+ I + on ill nict let till 11 11I 1 JU II dhof UfcH spwitTnu 1ilY in te city r iWte + Lily Muhbtnl IIllImt u fow days I j f GuowujI y I hats Curlin spout lust weak ut thn 1hakeI I Park Powell was iu Ihs city Inst week I itat i Newborn lust week Alex Sumo wont up to Isisltvillo Wed nesday J111iunaelof B3iu wis in till city lust week Miss Icie Hale spent a few daya in Union Utty lii + t week Garth Jlteu of Ciyce was iu the sty Wrdqwiday- Leoiinni Roovt went over to Union itr Thursday Miss Hnth Stone spent Trines lay i Fulton Miss Annie Ellison vUitodi in Fulton lust week Bob Islar came in Thursday Iron NashvilleJ Sttat hna accepted a position in the grocer store of Swhrfi Hindricf Mrs II Uufhaimn foil from the stepI of Dr O W Curlm ouo day lust week and sustainod painful thoogh uot srlous injurious Arthur Townsend viitcd relative in the country lat week Miss Lncilo Hondnrant went over tto Union City Thursday Mrs Oman and sistor iMia Chmr vii ited in Tiptouvillo a few days lust week Roy Stanoll visited frierds m tho country last week Cleva Vaughn of Bessie spent Tues day iu tho city Mr nail MM Davis of MayGHd nr the guests of Mrs Chas Parlam this week Tho Cumberland Presbyterian meet rug continued through all taut woo r with large congregationx Much interest has been manifested throuthnnt the meeting The congregations have best growing larger until the limit off socUii jR capnojty was thprougljly tesip1 use Spnw1i tne- S lnnr naiitl hvlttc 1 IQ 4 c i STATEl LINE ITEMS laryrI i Biirrus anti Miss ftiry Shuck att tciulid tho fair last weNt I t MrsT APmilicr Mr W li OhirltI anal I Iis Lintlj I I ThnjiIfsjrivJnii + I linn r at rI ji J home of Mr 1L 0 Mwhlox Mi81IPilah PUqf till is x e ptJl1 To visit Alis lint Mad oc IUna reek iMi s Mary ShuD WHS n MidIk man Wednesday shopping Miss Dorothy Dew h rry who has been visiting friends near Union City far two weeks+ ivhirn ed to the house uf her undo L C t Mnddox rhUls aII JJP Maddox t giving in Nashville Air James Tovisend and Miss Lori Viipile were united in marriage at the home of the bride near Sta teLtH Wodnosdayevcn iingast the Rev Sreiirler ofti ciating They are both very popular young people of this neighborhood Miy many bIbs sings and long years of happiness fall tb their lot nDust Flies ami Ieslllonce Satiitary science has wholly vindi catedttbe long fainiulaa light with dust and flies Masculine wit OtJJiI m td light of WoaiinfJ despyrnit dtertntna tiou to hare no dust ab ot but dust tt isi uow known holds hatters i and luc teria are diasase Nit a pile ct n s looted dust iu a Jious + bu hn iu it tin possibilities of disausa Tl + mil wbII blowS off dust where a wtitu HidI Iwipe it oil nnd thou safely dispose of iii dust is spreading germ or JillllHtII Flies araauother inattar ou whidh tJ1jII feraifune instinct itas baN wiser thatII theuiascnline readiuas t llat flies come nail goIt Tvo students Miss Ern Shoe U1llker und Alvin Wagggner in the j ttSterDIJliaoisN oruinl School have by 11 long series of exp rirnnrd proved flies carry noxious germs Prow I place toi place Their pxprienieutsshow that ltl sarc thick with bacteria ateany moment plant death there Often itdoas It did beyond doubt spread typhoid fever in the camps of the Span ih war Every stable or vault that breeds fltei breeds disease A house and ptrtiaalxrly a kitchen so screened w thatQiee are few or none Is by that much rater from dlaoase and it is a ilgktf sMirt IHnw Hhit tjoea not cosi t w WJJH riHdow Mn ni lllciyUf t I11oo ol r1 irt ii fiC a I + l- f 6 f LIIl- w We are selling the Best Reyad3 Wear Clothing in Hickman and at prices your own jjudgement will say 1110St reasonable MEN AND YOUNG MENS SUITS Medium priced suits in fancy fabrics single breasted well made and good value = Per suit 5 to 850 Better qualities in neat patterns fancies and blacks both t single and double breasted Suits that will fit wear well and look well SSO to 135O IpattNusj I iPricesij j Boys Suits and Overcoats Our large liiisincss in boys clothing this fall we attribute solilyl to the excellent values Compare1 the lpatterns and makeup with other lines You will easily see the difference Two Piece Siiits Exceptional values at the low price of X5Q j Good Serviceable suitsMade in hot J plain and Norfolk styles in both solidl colors and mixtures 2OO to 400Boys SuitsAll wool the very lltttel in fancy designs and colorings X708o3rsFor embroideredgeemblem on sleeve the larger sizes are made in both plaili i and bolted backs all new styles 225 to 1250 11JLiClede Hotel 200 PEn DA Y MEALS F- nsNOTICE J h I I All of those who are indebted to the firm of Barrett Shaw t will please come forward and settle fchpir accounts at once as I Iwemust close our books- BARRETTI H l SHAWII dtHt nail tlie3 anda itretl iniditule of mlitotion ra4s 01 uitecno rvprially HuMrn woild be urevijted In SRiani r aiiov nit tble Ii gaily tract Ivo p n ton wr uJwosy dutclf and tltlmM Iud the hcihh in Us inns t s ia pmtectcd trMii u ltilr d uiyer Tho security tfe keejs out file u d dust thelitUOunrgEaSifyUOrfail0010ACapt It A Tyler and sin R A Ty ler sntTre a severe lua+ by lire Jam week by thbir Innibnr pile cutuhint lire Severalhundrwl thooxnud fet of lumber wore bnruI I liendaultesSI tuis- of tlitteroillyon byDrhunjusi f uroupheaNevcfl m A c rT TT FOR SALE w 1J J t lotsc j t tINI jjj l j i f tenantsgThese houses are never vacant a good t investment ii l i IIUUJOl S ELLISON J 4 ror I UsIenklq 11IQI1 QfijUitr r