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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t ThE HIGKMAN COURIERaOu 7 PRINTS ALL THE NEWS OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY flOO PER ANNUM = I = 1KSTANWSHBlI 1850 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KKNTtTKY July 0 1000 VOLUME XLINO 2 REMNANTS and ODDS and ENDS WE HAVE GONE THROUGH OUR STOCK and picked out all remnants and odds and ends in overt line of goods anti put them in grouped all marked in plain figures thus making it easy to pick out what you want This is an opportunity that you should not miss for the merchandise offered represents the newest styles and best qualities in our spring stock Ve are determined to close out all of those lots und judging by the reductions that have been made next veek will see them all go Remnants In Mattings II- a It bare a large number of rem A i both China and Japan Mat f torch we wlltlse out at LESSI i AN COST Number of yards In a- fe rum from 5 yards to enough to er a room- Mattings Worth 35cat lOc Matting worth 25cat I5c Mattings worth 20cat12ic s fg Jf MP r in Interesting Group of Unique Buildings at the Jamestown Exposition iir i buildings to be com ri v Jamestown Exposition esr i juc group called the s rafts Village la the rly 1011 days men and women anl almost every article r rM into the furnishing oft Y and the providing of r rti ig apparel and even for r e meets And before the L the whiles in America the 1 Lrl made with their own hands r ctitng cooking utensils bas jf ry and objects of ornament t persons and for their t4pees r i these things arc now worth- r w phi in golJ and are in great iu i y those who appreciate j things artistic i thijs the whites never nssiml tJrr artistic instincts of the age m the making of useful ob t cr that the artistic Ideas of r it civilized race found ex njti through other mediums all events the whites fell short of Indian in handiwork Some- y me specimens of workmanship ever were produced by the Iy tethers of America Vhtle the nicest couches tables chairs might suffice for John th and his followers the advent gentle woman at Jamestown nged the complexion of things created a demand for articles eauty nUll nrt The manner of nng these things and the articles siselves are to be shown at the cstown Exposition in the Arts Craft Village i the Cotton states oi the South Odds and Ends IN MILLINERY DEPT In our Millinery Department we are of feting lome of the GREATEST BARGAINS you ever taw Nothing will be carried over in this department Stylish Trimmed Hats that sold at 6OO to 750 to close them out choice 3 00 ReadytoWear Hats all styles and colors hats worth from 150 to 200 to close out yeur choice at 25c and SOc ODDS and ENDS in Ladies CritdtOxfords Those who are fortunate to find their sizes will get some of the best bar gains in Shoes ever offered in Hick manOne basket containing misses andchildrens Sandals and Oxfords black and tan leather regular price 100 and 135 sale price 75c Ladies Oxford and Sandals reg 125 ta 165at 08c rthe cotton vis carded spun and woven into fabric of varied artistic merit the werkall being done by hand Thus was for the sumner clothing Wcol was washed carded spun and woven into wearing ma terlal also without the aid of ma chinery In those days the spinning wheel and the old hand loom were objects ot use and not ornament Hand made carpets of artistic de sign end superior workmanship were in general use where the householders were wealthy enough to af ford such a luxury In the Textile Building of the Arts and Crafts Village will be seen this work and the fruits cf the old hand loom Carpets rugs blankets shawls llndseys woolseys towels cotton adei and numerous other articles made from cotton and wool will be matte In the olden way at the James town Exposition The carding room the spinning rw ra the weaving room and the dye house will all be as they were In centuries gene by Thus the Jamestown Exposition will interject phase of the seven teenth century into the twentieth century and will show the changes which three hundred years have made in the world What is shown here may Inculcate an artistic spirit In modern manu facture and at the same time m teach the user of home made articles the value of them and make him proud of wearing the best that Iis made Men wanted to clear land 600 per acre land easily cleared One maR cleared two acres In four days Set J IL Royer or B F Shaw Y Remnants in ALL KINDS OF GOODS An accumulation of odds and ends in dress goods wash goods and silks You will have to look through the lot to appreoiae the extraordinary bargains Lawns worth 8c and lOc 5e Lawns worth 15c and 18c luc Ginghams worth lOc p 5c Percales worth lOc and 12c 4c Chambrays worth lOc 4c Remnants in Silkall lengths as Iowa 20c Bleached Damasfc Table Linen 2 2 12 and 3 yard patterns at sale price 00 125 to 150 Brown Domestic 3 ta 30 yards in a piece 8c quality 6c Bleached Domestic 6c and Be quality per yd 5c and 6c Remnants in India Linens and Lin ene regular price per yard8c to 25c at Sc to 15e Remnants in Wool Dress Goods enough in piece to make a skirt or a childs dries at Greatly Reduced Prices 1 a mechanical The Newspaper in Business The advertising columns of the newspaper is the bed rock of all business Your capital may be in vested but who knows it The newspaper has seen hundreds of advertising schemes enter the field of business and publicity and depart has seen advertisers misuse their appropriation in an unwise man ner and then turn back to the columns of the newspaper sadder wiser but more experienced and appreciative of the real method of ad vertising In the ace of this the newspaper has remained as true and strong as Gibraltar And why Because the people support the newspaper as they do nothing else in the business field More different kinds of commercial interests are exploltedln the newspaper each year i larger sums are expended and why No head of business has the vanity to advertise merely to see his business written or his name kept before the public It is solely a question of dollars and cents for no house can long remain in a syatcm zed manner Allot a certain amount of money for such publicity keep it up keep your business before the pufrllc constantly and do not go at it spasmodically for the public will forget about you between times if you do It is bet ter to keep an allotted amount of space constantly before the public than to advertise spasmodically once a month or two months Days ol yore are much different from the present day and time Now the man who has anything to offer for sale who has it cent cheaper than soaeoRC else aid Makes the fact a g4W ll ivr IIIISTRAW HATS Odds and ends in Straw HatsrangingI- n price from SOto 200 Sale Price 25e known to the public Iis the man who does the business He Is the mn who can do a great deal more of business at a less profit than the man who sells little and makes much profit Try it if you are not al ready doing so ALL THE WORLD knows that Ballards Snow Liniment has no superior for Rheumatism Stiff Joints cuts Sprains Lumbago and all pains Buy it try it and ycu will always use it Anybody who has used Dallards Snow Lint I I trial bottle Price 25c 50c and 100 Sold by Cowgiir Drug Store and Helm Ellison An Evening in Florida The Fulton Leaders report of an entertainment given in honor of Hickman young ladies Mrs Julia Pelham entertained a a number of friends Tuesday night complimentary to Misses Amberg Fuqua Sebastian and Hays who are the pretty guests of Mrs H Luten and to Mr Bennett of Florida In honor of Mr Bennett the enter tainment was styled An eveninG in Florfda The evening was pleas antly spent in conversation music I and progressive games Delicious punch was served by Miss Nell Martin Morris Re fresements consisted of cream and cake Those who spent An even ing in Florida were Misses Irene Amberg Maybelle Fuqua Josle Sebastian Angle Hays Nell Martin Morris Jeffie Sellars Bettie Morris Carrie Morris Lizzie Fields Hettie Fields Mary Carr Greta Motter v If I Levie Fields and Mrs Mary Collins Messrs N G Cook Ed Paschall R Freeman Guy Freeman J B McHenrys Chas Fowler C M Bilhetmer Millon Paris Gus Fields Fred Paschall II T Turpin Frank Carr Jas L White Mr Bennett New Grain Company Last week the Woodland Grain Company of Woodland Mills was organized and the following officers elected George Dahnke president and general manager Jno Alex ander vice president Cato Davis Jr secretary S P Chandler treas urer The incorporators have filed application for a charter with a capital stock of S9000 The com pany acquired title to all the ware houses and corn bins belonging to Cato Davis and five acres of ground and are prepared to do an extensive grain belying business The mem bers of the company ate all men of well established business ability and enterprise and beginning business under such happy auspices the organization Is sure of continued suc cess Union City Democrat THESMILE that wont come off appears on ba bys face after one bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge the great worm medicine Why not keep that smile on babys face It you kitep this medicine on hand you will never see anything else but smiles on his face Mrs SPBlackwell Okla writeshMy baby was peevish and fretful Would not eat and I feared he would die I used a bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and he has not had a tick day since Soil by Cowgills Drug Store Helm be Ellison N Odds and Ends IN CLOTHING I We haye gone through our stockand taken out all the broken lots consisting ofone or two suits of a kindand put them in lots Andon this grand collection consist ing of hundreds of suits ranging in price from 500 to 1650 we haveput prices whichwill mean An Actual Loss to Us II- VCome in and see the suits You will not be disppoiattKII Former price 5 00 to 1650 Sale Price 298 to 998 SMITH AMBERG IIur lN lN U 1rlUJ tr jr a a ttII W1 nn Boys in Poolrooms An instance occurred last week in a neighboring town ol two boys ar raigned in the mayors court on the charge of fighting in a pool room One of the boys struck the other with a pool ballan article justly designated in some states as a deadlytweapon and the boy thus assaulted waylaid his assailant on his way home Fortunately neither was I seriously injured They were fined SS each Application of a fine does not appear to affect them audit might be that the dread of publica tion would induce them to live rapre circumspectly The writer observed one of the boys mentioned swag gering from the court room wearing a triumpant grin A pool room is a bad place for boys Jt Iis made a sort ot rendes i vous for children at all ages When away from parental care they plot all sorts of mischief which may In time breed crime The poolroom itself is a legitimate business and rightfully conducted is i pleasant resort for clean mouthed gentlemen who may enjoy an hour of relaxation in that manner But the boys should bn eliminated Misses Irene Amberg and May belle Fuqua of Hickman Miss Josie Sebastian of Martin and Miss Angle Hays of Jackson all of whom have bern visiting Dr and Mrs H Luten returned to their homes last night These pretty young ladies woo many friends in Fulton who will gladlywelcome a return visit Mrs Mattle Anderson andtMiss Ruth Edwards of Wingo are visit ing in Hickman e y 4 4 TieC Couriers Dlr CI4- fgNCSLL RR0CUUUU TIMt AT JIICIUAH TRAINS ARRIVE Train No JArrtva 1 115 p m Train No tj2ArrhN 770 A in Train No 61rrine 885 p in TRAINS DEPART Train No 9 Depart S 20 p m Train No M Departs 710 A in Train No 63 Dcparu 1030 p m It II JOIINSON ARt Lee Line Boats BJHIDUUt TUIK AT HKIUA- 1IMRMIIllS TO ST LOUIS StAcker life every Tuesday 0 p in Feral Herold every Saturday fl p m MEMPHIS TO CINCINNATI Georgia LM or IVter Lee every WHCida ntgbt MEMPHIS TO OAIUO Sun avery Thursday noon ST LOUIS TO MKMPHIS Stacker Leo every Saturday 0 p m Ford Herold every Wednesday 0 p w CINCINNATI TO MHMPHIS Georgia Los or Peters Leo every Saturday night OA1KOTOMRMPH1S Sun every Friday COWOILL ROGERS Agt Courts Circuit Court 3nl Monday In Jan lit Monday In May tat Monday In Sep teinbrr JndgoR J BUCK i J W Mor rls clerk County Court First Monday in each mouth Fiscal Court April and October AboY courts meet at Illcknian County Officers Judge W A Naylor County Attorney T N Smith County Clerk S T Roper Stienff Jai T Seat Deputy Sheriff Q U JohnCounty Treaiurer County Surveyor M Davldtoa Sapt Public SobooU Dora M Smith City Officers Mayor TUo Dlllion Sr JedRe J W Itoney Attorney AM Tyler Clerk II O Helm Trea urer W O JohAon Marshal O L Car euter Coanctlmen B O hale U J Hert wek A O Oarutnen OK Helm Jna ltuoerrltobt DonnelL Council tueeU tint Monday night In each month Religious Services IUPTIBT CHURCH Rev N U Graves luitor Services every Sunday 11 L m and 730 p m Snudarschool every Sunday 930 L m Prayer meeting every Tuwklar night MrrHODirr CHUBCH Ray 11 0 John JOn pastor Service ererr Sunday 11 a ui and 7iW p m Sundayschool evert Sunday 980 a m Prayer meet tag every Wednesday night fUT HICKMAX CrfArxL Rev H C Johnton pastor Services every Fnday 720pm Snadayacbool every Sunday 3 p m OunraaaitxnParInrrxalA1 CUURCR Rer Sadler pastor Services entry 2d Sunday 11 a m and 7 i0 L m Sunday school 10 a m every Sunday GiiRtamx Ciititcii Snndayiobool every Sunday 0 M a in EHIROOPAL CHURCH Rev 0 L Price except2ndd yoliool 10 a m Uiotherhood of SU Andrew every 2nd Wednesday 8 p m From Route Five Little Annie Lee Eskew is on the sick list this week Mrs Cook and daughter Laura are visiting Mrs Buck Eskew Mr Cal Osburn and wife went to- Ur Will Marshalls Sunday Mr John Robeits of Kedron spent Saturday night in this vicinity Miss Freda Taylor and Mr Dick Mosier went to Davids Chapel Sun day Mrs Mattie Long is spending a few days with the family of Buck EskewMr Bennie Roberts of Kedron was flying around in a new buggy Sunday Misses Maude and bird Glover were the gufets of Miss May Hicks IrrkIAy night There was a nice little crowd at Mr Henry Dunns and we had a- ceM staging MiHH Fk ra Wheeler and Eula Darnel were the guests of Miss Lela Howard Saturday and Sunday MlM Pearl Kirk of Walnut Log went U UfiteH City to spend a few days with MnW S Jackson The trial st frrmer County Judge Sarffc H Fallen Trench an attor My tormtr JtoriK W Calahan and other 9N ties eharge III aaauinatiag- Jeatcs Mara fa Jackson three yews ago was begiMi this wish in Xeftttyrilk f Mayfelds Building Appro priation not Eliminated An error in dispatches to several papers regarding the appropriations for public buildings under the bill completed Saturday made it appear that Mayfields appropriation had been eliminated by the Conference Committee Mayfield appropria tion for which Representative James put in many hard licks remains in the bil- lYoung u Boy Killed in West Hickman Accidentally In the afternoon of July 3rd while playing with an old 32 call1ore pistol a young boy named Travester in West llickman was shot by his older brother The little fellow was taken to Dr 11 E Prathers office where with the assistance of Drs Biltxer Chas Curlin and Hubbard an operation was performed It was found at the time of the operation that the wound was fatal but all the attention was given hat could be had The ball entered beneath the ribs on the left side perforating through his body and made its exit about the center of the back He lived about twenty four hours dying some time in the afternoon of July 4th It was a sad affair and the sympathy the town ROCS out to the bereaved parents The Water Works Now Gives Us Clear Water Moncay afternoon the new pump in the coal and ice plant began pumP- Ing water from the artesian well into the water mains and now the pa trons of the water works have the consolation of knowing that they do not pay for three quarts of mud and sandWith every gallon of water This end has been looked forward to for many years and is the culmina tion of careful thought and well perfected plans by the gentlemen in charge The water now is pure and in fact it is such a source of satiSfac- tion to the nations that it is thought the capacity of the well will be tested for the fitst week on account of the patrons using so much in getting accustomed to the novelty The ice plant did not get in opera thou by the fourth as was expected but it is so near completed that by next week we will have plenty of Hickman ice- Notice to Tax Payers The following is a copy of Section 20 chapter 22 of an act relating to Revenue and Taxation as pased by the last State Legislature Sec 20All State County and District taxes except as otherwise specially provided shall be due and payable on and after the first day of March after the assessment and all tax payers whose taxes are not paid on the 1st day of November after the same are due shall be deemed delinquent and such taxes shall bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of November after they are due until paid i and any person or persons failing to pay their taxes by the lit day of November in the year follow ing the assessment for such taxes shall pay p penalty of 6 per centum additional on the taxes due and un paidThe Sheriff or Collector whose duty it is to collect the taxes shall collect the interest and penalty and account for the same in the tame way in which they are required to collect and account for the taxcs- Rcspectfully Jas T Seat S F C For Sale One second hand Light ning hay press Cash or credit cheapBruce Henry Mr and Mrs Torn Prather and little daughters Mary and Alice were guests of Mrs L P Ellison Wednesday Good milk cow with young calf for sale Apply to 2 3t O L Rote Mr and Mrs Wm Murphy and little son of St Louis and the two little daughters of Mr Jas Murphy of Union City visited Dr H E Prather and wife yesterday QDAKTRKIY 1U r ItT OP The Hickman Bank It Ihe close elbutlnrtif on Ib80th diy of June 1906 HKSOUKUK- 8t nil dlicminla fUS MlffJ- IOvtnlraltfl fecurrd U Q- 8OftrUftflf uMttiir l i j7U Due from NIIIOaall Baoki 32ft63 Data from Stato Hank unit IlaakcM10JQ67Due Im Trust Companion U 00 lUoklot lien and Lot 000 Other Real Kstute 150000 Mortgages 000 U 8 Monde 000 Other Stocks and Honda 00- Silfeir 95 632 00 Currency NW9CO HlSOJtfl EUbaDI rerCiirina 202 Other Items earned an rash 1070 Furniture and PUturr 0IiO Fund to tray laien n00 EsiaseIast Quarter 111200 10131015 UAIllLITIKS Capital 8l wk rIIIl l In InI ruti fo04OOOvOO Surplus Fuinl 1000000 UaJitMtd frOlf 41784J ppoeitsultJeot t chrck en which Inltrt Ili oat raid fijI 01 N07tD- eiMMit + lutiject to cheek on which Interest Is paid 0 UI Demand Certificate of depoil on which Internal U pail 000 Time certifloatM of deiHMlt on which iutemt U paid 000 Sayings deposit on which In terwt U paid 0 00 Certified Checks 000 Du Salloul Harks no Due State banks and tankers 000 Due Trust t ttii aulea OOo Cuhltlr checka outstanding OCO Oats mdtucouuted 0 0 Unpaid dividends pi0 Tares due aud unpaid 000 Capital took not laid 0t4IPj31916 HiKlimt amount of ludtllhdutM of any stockholder iwrron company or firm Including In the liability elf the cmnpanr or drm the lUbllTiy lo the Individual uiembew bateau directly or indirectly if such in dcbteUnfMi exceed W per cent of capital stock actually paid lla and actual amount of surplus of the bank 000 Ilighcut nuionutj of Indebtedness of any director or oMcer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 percent of paid up capital stock of bank 000 poet amount of IndebtetlncM of any person company or firm luclud linK in the liability of the company or Krai the liability of the Individ nal member thereof tIC 30 vrr cent of paid up capital and actual nrploA No Amount of last dividend 1360000 Wi ro all expeiue k arN InttrrxU and taxes deducted thirefrout IIH fore declaring dividend and was not ICM than 10 per cent of net profit of the tank for the portal covered by the div dend earned to thft un ltw fund before said did dend was declared Yrs All late were paid before dlvi dead was paid Our surplus has bees up ro the legal requirement for several yean ivl31bl6 Stott of AVthKty Qtg JWksa U i Shumattf Ctir of Hickman flanka Dank which U tooacddoing bmla i U N Cllaloa street in the lawn ef HIckaiB Ila IIlti county be IlnlfIhlI of Ibo eoDitltloa of the aid Mark at the sloe of business o the 3oth day of Jane III to lb bit of his kowl ltce sad UHef sad Inrlktr say ibal the builnti of taU Beak kn btn lrkortd at the locatloa aamtJ sad at eieo- whirr l and that the above report IsI rntdo IIn compline with an oHcltl Dollee 10 eelviil from the Secretary of Mil dtili attinc the loth Jay of June IWfl M the day on which inch report ktll be made 01 BIIUMATK Cukltr byU1000 W O Johntoo Notary Public 01 Bhnmate Cashier TylerJW H Ilaltser f Director Clayton Items RogersIschool house Henry Howard went to Hickman Wednesday on business Mr Colona Jones has gone to the Philippine Islands again There will be zinging Third Sun day evening at Mt Manuel Mrs Cook and daughter were the guests ot Mrs Ella Eskew Sunday Mr and Mrs Cal erne were the guests of Mr and Mrs Witt Marshal Sunday Mr Dick Mosier and Miss Freddie Taylor attended cnurch at Da vids chapel Sunday Mr Elvie Caldwell has sold his house anJ lot in Clay tea to Charlie French Mr Caldwell will make lids future hose in Union City Best Heinz Vinegar strictly pure apple at 25 cts per gal for cash at Shaw a Bttterswth a IA Grocery PricesAT ELL=50NS Best Patent Flour per bbl 405 Best Patent Flour per Sack6Oc Clairette loap 3e 18 lbs Granulated Sugar100L- ard Compound Be Beat Rice 7e 20 lbs White Clarified Sugar 100 10 lb Bucket Jelly35cBoat Table Symp35eNavy Beans 4c 7 lbs good Roasted Coffee 100 Bacon 12c Soda 4c Spot Cash Baking Powder Cc Star Tobacco per pound 45c- Hienr 3lb Jar Preserves 05c Quaker Oats 12c Best evaporated Cane Syrup per gallon h 60c Jello Ice Cream PowderAi i1e 3lb can Kraut 9c Hilo Baking powder 7c Forked Deer Tobacco per Ib40e r State Line Item Drew Bacon went to Hickman Saturday G H Threlkeld was reported to be quite ill last Saturday Mr Charles Thompson is re ported to be quit 111 with flux John Shaw bad a fine mule ser iously cut by barbed wire last week Wheat threshing is progressing rapidly owing to this excellent dry weatherMisses Bess Threlkeld and Nan nit Shaw were in Hickman shopping SaturdayDr C Maddox of Nashville is spending a few days with home folks this week Mr W M Bacon of Woodland spent several days with T M Rice and family last week Gordon Rice went to Madrid Bend last Thursday to secure the fall term of school in that district Miss Irene Moss and brother James R Moss were visitors at the home of Mr S U Burros last Sun day Paul Shaw and Leonard Maddox attended services at the Baptist Church in Hickman Sunday evening the 17tb Greenwood Comments Joe Salmon is weighing wheat at StubW The sun shines bright aid hot these days Little Miss Louis Bcckham was ill last week W L Salmon is one of the wheat buyers at Subbs Powell Deweese is dangerously ill of pneumonia Henry Chaney is building third barn on his farm J D Wrather and Co shipped several cars of wheat last week W L Salaoa shipped a car load 3 1i v f 77 S 0apoI c Veal Loaf ry 13e Best Cornr 8e All alb California lriiit20c+ 3lbCAn Pie PeacKe uM Oc Early June Peas flc Walter Baker Cocoa 30c 3 lb California Plums 20c H IommySnow Flake Hominy I 3e 3lbcan Sweet Pota toee nti 1Dc Tomato Caof 8c White Crest Asparagus 30c Raspberries Ot Grape Nut12ctjl Maple Syrup per qt ifk 40c Lima Bean Cc 3lbcan Pumpkin tl 9c Gooseberries J Dc Blackeye PHI lc Libby Plum Pu Wing21cBlac- kberries I i 8c Big Box Pratt Feed l40e Eison Mercantile Company s 1 I a t of cattle to St Lents a few days sinGe Mrn Ward is again to be our teacher at Oikton Graded SchoolA uptodate threshing out fit is rust by our hustlers F E Jordan and E C Whayne Mtu Mattle Belle French has returned to her home near Greenwood afterr qulje a visit hi Fulton County Woodford Jones is carrying the mail on the route as A A Ktmbros substitute during the threshing sea sonPastor C E Moore of the Green wood Christian Church preached at Greenwood Sunday after a three weeks absence to his Old Ky home near Lexington A delightful picnic was given by Miss Ida Griffey chaperoned by Mrs S D Griffey They met their friends in Moscow and drove to Hubbards Grave Yard where they enjoyed a delightful dinner In the afternoon a visit was made to Hickman Cemetery from thence home byway of Hickman and Miss Eunice Adams home Those In partywere Misses Millie and Hallie Moore Inez Utterback Viola Bryars Mary Salmon Irene and Ida Griffey Messrs Joe Salmon Rollin and Powell Campbell Allan Griffey Garrigan Mr Edgar Walker is on the sick list this week Mr Alexander and family spent Sunday at Mr Jamei Walker Mr Elvert Evans spent last week with relatives near the lake Claude Logan was the fuentof his uncle Mr Walter Wheeler Sunday Miss Lucy Carr was the pretty guest of Miss Lcvie Evans Sunday lastMr Len Logan and wife spent Sunday with Mr Chas Wheeler aad r ftfHigh SJwjwf Mi LMi eMs CTWCCN St Louis and Mobile St Louis and New Orleans lak ret IkUU via M Js 0 KK familyMr Wm Jordon and wife vrt the guests of Mr C M Wheeler family Sunday The young people of this vie attended the Arithmetic school Greenwood last week The family of Mr Johwiie Doug las was the guest of his father Mr John Douglas Sunday last Mr Dan Curby and family s pent Sunday at the home of Mr Bret Prather of this neighborhood Brother Bowls attended Sunday School at this place Sunday All present enjoyed his sermon Vie Misses Willie Ingram and Annie Evans left Sunday for a three weeks visit to their sisters at Barlow Ky Best Flour at Shaw Bettersworth for 480 per bbl cash Mrs Jennie Davis of New Orleans is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Powell of the Poplar Grove neighborhood You will find every thing Map for cash at Shaw fc BetUrswortk E HICKMAN COURIER BCAIBI W- raltsrs o trln J o IEXTS Led Prappdte E DOLLAR PER YEAR a CASH IN ADVANCE I- ctrd I c =nt Iho Hlckman Kentucky jrijUnaupKCond elssd mall matter adRY July Cth 1900 ale Journal printed at evidently proposes to re Democratic voters of the 7 the bother and respond selecting the next State The truth IU those Frank r hOMers come to look upor fa A the state as theirs by pre rmption and they are 10 smile whenever a man on ie has the nerve to ask for the sanhedrim e u from Ed Walker of Miuette This U right al is printed in behalf of if and seeks to influence it the stale as well as the by distributing free ne paper throughout the t the people have become v nine politics and lu the the next state ticket will ample machine politics A Missouri odiler but a vil who was going I s lint experience on form The paper the boy get the galleys lint part of the obi- tI a pcounltus oitUen aped in the farms and ul of typi came off of ttng a recent Area The pall bearers to the grave and as jlo the Manes there 3 regrets for the old ui M eyesore to the r r are Of course there At toss but that was fIN by insurance The rki the editor wrote the f that way because the la partner of her Joys and or- ri rim five years subscrip ts if ot the postmasters that i reader tilt wishes irons of the pottoffice will I red above that of the re 1 the rongrvfttman or sen Irt light lot merit rule- rr suits tne people let I r him There is not l lot county in whom all i r so Interested as the- r seal they should be pert the one to serve t o ronieMtnan or sena r any line for pilitical- um go been Into his own id pay tain instead of gv fat Itbce pa sr ltd0411rlngto give Li ttrtt service that IIs- r1 and all that the Witii permit Our paper etjuhUy romplimented on nr a and the amount and matter it contains Our- n make the paper still live by liberally patronage ubsnptions and adver hr paper will always en merit the patronage the 4th of July Iis past ody has fallen Into their iutine of business and fe with nothing to dc rom their duty might it III to suggest that the Health investigate some hat should by all means t i Democrats indorsed Bryan for the Demo dentinlnOMination in read the advertisements jing home merchants i people who wake it Ive coaventatces right I so to sfMk White Suit too Conspicuous for Ollie James ORe of the sad incidents of the closing days of the Icng sestion of the Firtynlnth Congress was the failure of Representative James of Kentucky to cbtaln full membership in the White Wings brigade which was composed of Congressmen clad in white clothes Friday and Saturday were the hottest days of the year In Washington and the White Wings brigade of which John Wesley Gaines ot Tennessee was the charter member swelled appreciably but when the mercury regis tered 100 1 degrees Capt O M James of Kentucky was only up to his waist in the white clothes he had Intended to wear In the smiling May days he wore a salt and pepper suit that could not be heard a hundred yards In early June beshed his vest and there named to view across his expansive bosom a peek aboo short pink 1 In the extreme sense of the word It only attracted the suns rays Mr James puffed into a tailor shop one day and to have built a suit with holes In it like Swiss cheese Nothing would be cooler than white eald the tailor Im sure it would be cool but Id be arrested replied the overheated giant 111U take white flannel He got it and in three days he put It on in his room and sent out for two extra mirrors so that he could see all of himself at onceIIllook like a white elephant he said and ljlilng he lath it aside The mercury took another spurt and the gentleman from the Gibral tar district worr the white panta loons but could not go the coat Secret Marriage Leaks out in Fulton Kentucky Miss Della Wall and R E Mo Cully were secretly married some time ago at Fulton Ky by Squire J T Futtrel They have en deavored to keep the marriage secret bt cause Mi MoCulleys first wife has been dead only about one menth Miss Wall only recently secured a divorce from her first bus band and resumed her maiden name It was during the first Mrs Mc Culleys last Illness that Mr Mo CJulley and Mini Wall met Miss Wall went to the MeCulley home and nursed the sick Vman until the end came One of our subscribers took us to task this week for failing as he remarked to publish all that happened Ii was fortunate for this particular individual that discretion occasional Iy demands the omission of unpleas ant items Should we publish all that is told us we would be with the angels in about twenty minutes after our papers were mailed We try to print all items that are news or that will encourage help or cheer any of our citizens along lifes rugged road We all doubtless would enjoy read IngtlJII the news when its about the other fellow but are policy Is to turnover to the gossips the spreading of scandals that only leave sorrows in their trail One of our citizens who occasionally wipes the dishes for his wife became tired of the job and refused saying that it is not a mans work Not feeling disposed to lose his help she brought the Bible out to convince him of his error and read as follows from II Kings 2113 And will wipe Jerusalem as a ran wlpeth a dish wiping it and turning It up side down It Iis needless to say that he is still doing his occasional stunt There are just a few who have permitted their subscriptions to lag behind Dont do it You will die one of these fine days and family will want a column obituary publish ed free and then your daughter is soon to be married and you will ex pect your home paper to give her an Alice Roosevelt writeup and all free It always pays to be prompt In paying your subscription to the local paper Men wanted to clear land 600 per acre land easily cleared One wait cleared two acres in four days See J 11 Royer or B F Shaw A 5of E Column jAnxsH SAUnDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet as follows i HIckman 1st and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and 4th Tuesday 3 p m Montgomery 2nd ard 4th Wednesday 3 p m Cayce 1st and 3d Saturday 3 p me the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets lit and 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Everyone is cordially lnvit d to at tend thew meetings TUE WHEAT CROP Perhaps all of our readers have Seen accounts of the enormous wheat crop in Kansas and that the farmers needed 50000 men to harvest the crop Suppose you hunt up themes of your papers and see if they did not tell the same old story last year and the year before andevery year as far back as Kansas had any wheat fields Do you remember a few years ago that the papers were filled with just such stories and scores of students left our eastern colleges expecting to make three dollars per day shocking wheat Many of them borrowed money to buy their ticket expecting to make it back and much more when they reached the wheat fields They ex petted to see the farmers falling over each other to secure their ser vices when they stepped off the train But behold there was not a farmer in sight They tramped to the fields but no one needed hands After tramping over the state until them feet were blistered and finding no work they secured a crosstie ticket and started on their weary march for hundred of miles back home Just wait until these gentlemen who pay thousands of dollars for their seats In the Chicago grain pit get their elevator full and then you see the reports Heavy storms in the northwest wheat badly damaged spring wheat a failure big foreign demand and up will go the prices and these Chicago eentlemen will get thl dollar that you should have had for your wheat that you dumped Already these gentlemen have circulated these reports of large crops until they have reduced the price from 80 to 78 cents per bushel If the farmers continue to dump their crops It will probably be 75 or maybe as low as 70 cents by the time this is in print But let the farmers stand firm even If it goes to 50 cts Mr Sherman has been traveling over the West lie tells us that there are large sections in the west in which the binder will not even en ter the fields Mr Everett says that all the farmer has to do is to hold his wheat and the price is just as sure to climb to one dollar as people continue to eat Hundreds of farmers outside the A S of E are always saying the same thing The millers are taking up the same cry They say hold your wheat If the farmer will hold his wheat we are sure of grain at home If the farmer dumps his wheat we must hold it ourselves or send to the gram markets next summer and pay a profit to the dealers over storage insurance and freight to us J W Powell preach ed that doctrine 15 or 20years ago but unfortunately he believes In burr stones when the world wanted roller milts unfortunately for him for the city of Hick man and the farmers of this section neither would yield Mr Powell lost his mill the farmers dumped their wheat and lost from 25 to 50 eta on every bushel and the people of Hickman have paid thousands of dollars to other towns for flour which ought to have been ground1 right here at home out of our own wheat A little co operation would have given thou sands of dollars to Mr Powell the merchants of Hickman and the farmers of this section and still the con sumer would have had hu bread cheaper than he did get It These lines are written with no disrespect for anyone We have all made these mistakes Shall we continue to make them Can we learn in the dear school of exper ience Let me repeat that the A S of E will benefit the lawyer the doctor the merchant the banker the mechanic the miller and everyone engaged in an honest legitimate J ousiness as well as the farmer Many people are predjwUced against it because they think it is narrow selfish and onesided like the wheel frs grangers and alliances always meddling with other peoples business and not attending to their own Always asking someone to do some thing for them but never willing to help anyone else t dabbling In poli tics and dictating to every body what he must do When the people understand this society theywill find that it attends strictly to its own business in the open no secrecy about it and lets other people attend to their affair TUB COURIER Fellow members of A S of E as our society is composed of citizens of Fulton County who have the very best interest of the county at heart I presume that almost every one of you read the Courier We all take UptoDate Farming and do not know hew to get along without it Consequently you know what a noise you make when it does not come This is right Mr Everitt says make a noise lie wants you to have the paper He asks every secretary In the state yes every one in America to send him a correct list of the postofilce addresses of every member of his union Have you done that Mr Secretary if not please do so at once But while we need UptoDate we we need something else While H- Is an excellent paper and is alright for headquarters there are small local affairs that it cannot publish Suppose every county in America published a tenth as much as is in the Conner each week Suppose all these things were put into the Upto Date you would need a wheelborrow to carry your paper Besides there would be a great many local things published in some sections that would not interest you and you would get tired reading them But Mr Beale and his associate editors are diving you one or two columns each week They are paying printers to set this matter up and to publish it In short they are doing a work for you which no one but the local press can do I have written to headquarters and sent specimen copies of the Couriers work and they say continue this work and we must succeed Now gentlemen does equity ask the Courier to do all this work for nothing If you aje not a subscrib er o the Courier call at the office at once and subscribe If you are a aubicribrr call and see if you are behind and if so renew at once The above paragraph from Mr Saunders in our behalf is appreci ated Ve are interested in this movement in behalf of our farmer friends We are anxious to do all we can to help them In the work However it is not our wish to have anyone feel under obligations to us for what we do is done cheerfully and gratuitously At the same time any subscriptions are appreciated the more homes the Courier goes in to the better work can be done in the field aside from the news value of the paptrEclJtor The more pleasing and pleasant our government can make farm life the better it is for the government Our cities are overcrowded with worthless loafers that might be hon orable and respectable farmers The rural route Is one of the things that has beenprovided to make farm life more desirable and attractive and as we alt have to live off the tanners nothing should be left un done that could be dont to make the farm inviting Each year the poultry business is becoming more lucrative and as sumes proportions that will soon rival any branch of farm industry Farmers are tarred to acknowledge that the old hen can lift her own weight in railing a mortgage from the farm Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Miss Minnie Rossoro to Dr John H Phllipsat the residence of Mr and Mrs R F Tldaeat 830 Wednesday evening July lllh Both are prominent Union City people i QUAUTEUIA REPORT OF THK FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK sl lilt clone of buslaea on Ibt TOIL day of June 1006 IlESOUftODJ Lone anJ illteonnit 1100180- 0Ortnlratta secured iiOO- OftHritfli UBtciirfi 000 Due from National Rink 2iH73OI Dno from State hanks und JiaukriH 000 Duo Cm Trust Companies 000 llanklnc Home iml LII lfiOOOO Other heal Katate 018 Mortgage 300765 U B Bunts 000 Other HtocUx and Honda 000 bpcair ffi 07010 Currency 741600 1JIUlCO- KxcbiBf ftrCI rlnm 7700 Outer Item carried All cash 000 Furniture suit Futures 000 Fund to pay lICIt oOU Eal4aee 1 IMI Quarter 81301 15549105 LIABILITIES rafilul Stunk paid la In oab 2000000 1660000UahlI1UfOtlll tuhjttl to clolCllaD wlileli inlrrxl It 1098131DC11which lutrrtwt U Mild 000 Demand Ortitlcntea ot ilopoallrt on winch Ititurrst i+ iald 000 Time ct rlltloatf of iletKMlU on which interest Iie t all 000 Saving ilcixwitfl ou which lu teriitt in iuild 0 00 Certified Cluck 000 Hut Ntilontl lUnkt 00 Duo State banks Mud rankers 000 Due Trout CutnpaulM 000 Cashier check outstanding 000 1111 rodtMiountcd 1000000 Unpaid dltidend 000 Taxes duo mid unpaid 000 apllalstock not paid 000 Highest amount of ludcldeduoM of any stockholder trrrrou company or firm including m the liability lIabll1l1todirectly or indirectly Jf feuch In debttnlneM exceeiU 20 ptiacent of capital stork actually paid in and actual amount of surplus or the hank 000 lHiKliiHt nmoniit of indebtedness of any director or oflleer If amount of such Indebtedness oiceed 10 per cent of paid up capital took of bank 000 DOM amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm Includ hlg in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individ aLl membera thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual Surplus No Amount of last dividend 1 1 00000 Were all ejipennea losse Interests and taxes deducted therefrom bo fore diiilarinK dividend and was not lless than 10 per cent of net lerlodcoveredthoaurplna fund before said dirt dead was declared Yes 16543105 State of Ktuhttky CUftty N Whoa a t r J A Thompson Cthltr of Farmers tMerchant lionka font located and doing liutlntu al No Clinton lrll in the lowu of Illrknun la aiJ county be UK July worn eqs that Ihs foregoing Report IU In oil ttrpttt a true UImoni or the conJUIon of the odd Hank at thee sloe or business on Ibo lath day of June toro 10 ibt but of bU knowledge and btllrf sail further says Ibal the builnttt of ttlJ lank bit Less transact J at lbs location nametsail not tUeI ti litre and that thy stare rlart IIt made In compliance with an offielnl sotto teceivtd from the Secretary of Stilt dttljj noting the 3oth day1 or Juae IMH at the day oa which such rtport ball bo with J A TIIOMMOI Ctibltr Subscribed sod sworn It before mt by JailtDoo1000QT Uondurant Notary Public J A Thompson Cashier T A Udford It M 1 + ter J 11l1ublrtl n Director I Girls Jump Calmly from Win down to Escape Flames Escape from the burning dormi tory of the Knoxville Tenn County Industrial School by the stairways being cut off by the flames fifty eight young girls in the building leaped from second or third story windows There was no panic and none of the girls were injured Under the direction of Miss MatUe Williams one of the teachers the girls threw mattresses frxm the win dows and then calmly awaiting their turns jumped on the cushions The building was destroyed entirely You can talk about Big Shows Carnivals Cyclones and Earthquakes but please dont forget to notice that Shaw Betterswcnh will give you close prices on all goods they handle for cash It is only duty and justice to encourage your home paper extend to it the nourishment to which it if en titled Pay your subscriptions promptly and send a few extra copies to your relatives and friends at a distance They will appreciate the favor and so will we Two Deaths Occur in Same House at Fulton Ky W H Cartwright one of the oldest citizens of Fulton died Friday at his home in East Fulton Death Vas due to general debility and to an attack of flux Mr Cartwright was 72 years old and had lived in Fulton for mre than twenty years Hewas born in Gibson county Tennessee near the town of Trenton When he first came to Fulton he was a prosperous man The hand of tate seemed against him in his declining years and for some time makerIconducted at the home by Rev W G Hefley pastor of the Methodist church of which the deceased was a member Burial followed at the city cemetery- T V Giles aged 44 died at 10 oclock this morning at his home ia East Fulton He had been suffer ing from dropsy for more than a year About one Qear ago Mr and Mrs Giles came o Fulton from Birds Point Mo They have since been living in the red house opposite Mrs Rankins boarding house Mr Giles was married several years ago to Miss Maggie Fields a well known lady of this city One child rlessed the union but the little ORe was drowned several years ago aad Mrs Giles is left alone in the world Besides his wife Mr Giles leaves three brothers and ont sister Interment will occur tomorrow morning at Palestine Rev S Weaver and Rev W 0 Hefley will conduct the funeral Fulton Leader June 30 Roy Hertwlck came into Hickman this week from San Francisco lo visit his parents and sister ifrs Percy Jones Roy was in San Fran cisco at the time of the earthquakef and can tell some interesting loci dents in connection with the horrible diiaster He will go to Memphis from here HELLO BOYS When you want a good LUNCH of any kind Cull on Geo Edmonds CUatm It memO Xy He Will Treat You Right G T E F DA VIS When you want a good horse and a swell rig for a pleasant drive He keeps THE BEST HORSES and NEWEST RIGS in the city and will furnish you a polite driver when you wish one Try One of His Rigs rhea 110 mean Xy EXPERT TINNER have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicits your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metalwork of al kinds Au WORK FIRST Cuss Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished R B BREVARD HICKMAH KENTUCKY FOR SALE A place worth 500 and 10 additional lots for only 750 With a little time a good trader can make enough off the extra lots to pay for the place See M B SHAW 1 Iftt T I f V A PrOclamatiOnMom Fedora and campaign shape Late a eotuplele Nee of KISM stunt n123eulNn lions tine hcmstitohwl handkerchief KOIIIO linen finished up to 20o raise I odd and end clean up I I Mona excellent tailored units raluea mlo ti 80 all aIztw in iOn iDUB wor or ecofeh ititxlurtM odd Iitdend olean uppnoe I hitII 65 dozen of turns nook sells I 1 clew world up oyt prlel4eI I I w one grand oliering odd unit mid clean up price I edit nail mulwkln working sale I 15 00 null n 00 suite IIn nil the ooc nn to 18 oO odd and IIorUI up prfbe prase6c 585 IIlrtU123 IUelVY prioo3gel1 flultlnlIt1085 Young Men snits all 1WJO prinK ftIra selected front the lts whore Uwn were only two or three of a kind left a rowplefe selection et stzrw slue ranK I I 3951Ioff 60a 75o and 1 oO vales odd I and end oleaa up wle 391 I John II SteUen l oO fames hale Ih latest Hljrlea eutn odd aad eud ekes up prlee 298 I Mew MMtiKwi lens made ef bet iionlity rubber odd and ud outs up I pane for Odd and end oleau up price 19c IINKlelI 13951I4cl Htnnliite illk rrnbAnd bewitch Ing dsulgnslt5e and 60o neck Ilties odd and end prieo match all waen odd leu end up pree I I I r I I I fa to m cl au 19c1 1111RH111lld 39cl antiII String neckllrx all silk In neat up to date designs were 2bo- add and end clean up price II to IbO Odd and end an I up pace I 16c I wlthllout84 I IUr 100 pain of boras worth 13 Iguaranteed fr good wear odd and end wean I price I I I I ot I from49c12 t I Harness Etc Olotli faced collars now C8o While collar padi now IDo- UKlit solid lick train clviini now 4 Is Heavy bridles 81 kind 83e Heavy bridle euo kind I 84 Solid Oak Hamuc roo kipd 0 400 Ililutn brugbofl lead oil etc nbto a complete lino of hardware and tools which space forbiiU un to nieiition at IMM thou cost Do not misled by outer goculled fido sales oxis in sure for tho signs r H C AMBERG U tt41043 HICKMAN KY Jf nubic Q THE PEOPLE Op HickmariVOCHCAS we have received many hundreds cf mue U from the people us to nt nl mr great gigantic sole whtah was advertised to close Satunliy July 7th We haveRiven thus our coMiderutkNt tod be It that we will continue this immense sale for 20 days more Saturday July 2Hih The people well know of the many tbovMwU of shoppers who haw in the past gobbled up owe envmaM stock which we ptaoed upon the market at woh wns titul prices that ifrom the wry hour be doers were opened the crowds were so heavy that timefind time again we wen opligrd to addi extrt sales people to the tromemleeM regular ron already engaged to welt upon the many bargninteokois who avanVJ tbemerivea MM taught their entire summer cloths Rvet y tne welt of the untold opportunities that result In a axle ot a4tk of mercfcaftdicr sj hmnense where thomamli and thMsaiids of dollars arc involved Hundreds of Hicknwn people dAily bought supplies ta never their toed for the onUre year and to tact many hundreds mme from a distance of from fifteen to twenty mflos The results presented are brief ire at the present time mIRy std nutty lAoueamte of Mlars w rth of goods ocuamlated in the various sootbns In dothmf fwr men boys awl children mens hors and eMUrssts hash cthoetlftthat we have an immense portion of the stock on head which is intact In view of the fact that we have received these many hundreds of requests front tM people we mtvt rsolirtl Ie have this entire intact stock included with the remnant and odd and ails of wary detcrijitltm IfcreMffcewl Uw vMrlomi 1criltCWlhJfce by quoting prices on a small portion of this stock give it year oarM onulileroHon You have 20 days to come down and select your need It will pay your to study wU aid Met what you stay toad ur ng the year Our old r pKltlH and prrrioul teUiug rod of the cieeceau of this sale ckau AI bsyoed a PgpUdtedpate any hesitation on year part to whether orjwt thee fanpjamf run he booghJ as aUv rUso4 There It Wily WS vemje te aIlhat is advertised b rgalnt insist be lOW and those and many mom Imtfaw await ymr atmfnj This a the truth and it you call we how that yon will be M will snthmed LI the say hnmtrwlc who have been sattoiml during the put tan days AND NOW TKBRJEPORK ia oUerlng those harfaini to the pnblie fe 20 days more we sink no reeenratfeft and indude ad place the entire stock at your disposal at these rhifcolowi pnees TIM mist altemlanee of this gfftilto sale and the treat the publta hat taken in onr many btu rds onerod to hundrode of aaarinns shoppora Mtenre4 the fact that will await the appointed host of the day to open and Iin 20 days more a sate will be recorded rIn ojm history M the Isatisfactory and greatest bargain sale ever launched greater in Ute sparVNog array of dlsUnH styles but greatest inI the bewHderiag low prices asked long to be remembered by the many Ilieknun buyers We therefore it as a duty upon every person to be here in these 20 Day4s1PBCIAL KOTICNO sac should hesitate in availing of these sensational bargains here onotctl AH cot lire eumpleu line plan3 upon the In order to be sow with dispatch everything toes a oiMt awl cJMJJ1IIId river again to be oaVred Hnyert are fully Guaranteed as we wilt tittnagt take baeft of twfbed your fitRbe dlssatisfrd II In aayway oonljnmtlon of this sale poltivcty ceases JULY Stt TIM greatest odes MIl ecaft tftaf rift atilt opjmt for Widays baginntng MOK NG at nine odo k sharp JULY 9th Look for the big black front the name l H C AMBERG HAWES STRAW HATS 150 Grade For 109 200 Grade For 139 250 Grade For 150 BETTER GET ONE TODAY 0 For the benefit of those who failed to get some of our bar gains in Underwear weve or dered a new lot of Undershirts to match the drawers we have left to be sold at the old price 19o and 390 AS I PlTber i pa9rr Men Hue felt IIIaf over Illlff n dllTrr fllr ittylraI In all rdlug shanea In I I I 1341Ii I 231II I et rIteuortht11liandf6-otit 1 and end ole4U up julee I ItII IhefllltiOllal hoary wotklnu socks rare nrKln at IBo odd suit endI etian up pries I PlNOlinII Meiirt1 all I a standard IlOo wllrr odd clean up price 71 I Men outing milli el11jl1 sad artUtte mirnltiM iplrndid value their Inhlulted pries O to tbO I odd and end clean up price I Tntnk valuta bktidbuiM esa a large HMortturnl In lino sk lii thla odd and pud 298Gtttat nljiinxwt y+ ur own price stink1 Atilt benttltbnd li Aial nerse for J3004i 1 itau I w sail stud elrau up pulse I r I Moo e4 canny ttubrslderal1 160 S rrevwn saw hlI4M ell sizeI 0141 end gtwtl el su up Iltrse I Pd Ail ILII fnatr I and Sato ntw d1awl 1 ctrl ciea ip IWiIIII I I I I uII 400 tu Ht flUI K as4Ili 1 CU err t rxlsl0ud snitfIN up IIf II I III IIIr I I odd ami Cud clean up IIIUNI IlorI tot and end olMtt1 nnn up lute 1 O1f Mint well iwm t An Rraop of hind tailor niiideof ruad hupnrlodsuinngctheawclr suite hisa varietr ofsitfII u114 suits whet were UP a rod clean np prirw I 3 I i MM and 68i I l OfartpUft and lUundrr w ialI price dfir Mifon Fruit Jata pt raIeprice a JItueu Kinll JanMtft MIt pat 4- Mlwn I Fruit Jan U itallon rise Ufie floe QU Tin Frnlt cans sale price to H Kill T iWe Syrup pale price QukVrr Oats HaleI price STood quality lawn ii ltalr sate prltw a- ierealrrallcolarraE4rioe t rn i- lUhiou plain and figured 8IU poiuretyfrogl rRAILROAD or BOAT FARE PAID to out of town purchasers of or Ore NOTHING EXCEPTED I Goods which ate new which are uptodatc well known standard values everything thrown in at odds and prices If your are not able to attend this contra uatlon sale Monday save this and appoint some othr day next week It will amply repay you No further comment is beyond the statement that we are cleaning out our entire stock IrrMt tive of the value former or cost of our high grade OUR OLD YOU THAT WE DO AS WE Come here expecting to find absolutely the highest grade of merclundlBe at a merr fraction of its value will not be We know that everyinstanceho bona tftnfc this bo nud look block U asking careful roMlvod closing knows There CCowatl grout as great interest hundreds mercml himself market quick EVERYTHING ADVERTISED Look For The Big Black Signs J1ie1 y Pioneer Since 1843 lIk1eIIllJdnt IIIIIIIC twotplee wmt IWOtIL I attractive Iedd 338 153 71 998 Grocery Bargains airPtOhliuo jratternaprtoe all 20 stupendous needed price merhandiie REPUTATION GUARANTEES ADVERTISE disappointed vicinity TkofiMMW urge MONDAY canvass with The 9 Hoar inII limitd salo begin Monday July 9th find continuo 20 days to July kith I Wank to See You BEFORE YOU BUILD Your Now Houso T have the best Building Mntoriwl in Hiokman and my prices are right Everything for the builder Come and seo my look Estimatog gladly furnished W A WOODS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS I ESTABLISHED 1855 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor lo B C Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments JRBING STONE WORKof all Kind Iron FENCING CKMAN KENTUCKY Y YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality ate I Low Pace Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Nooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk CuttII W J BARRYHICKMAN KENTUCKY I iUMBERLANO TELEPHOM ULE6RAPU G or 4 n IIOJ Long tllntonco 1 Ilnoa1 and lulapUonoa of this Company armbla you to talk nlmout anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinoln Kentucky Terinlteeee Mississippi and Louisiana Wcan put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great auction of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equlpmenta and facilities unsur passed Mr + t CALOWCLL etw 114 f agq LCLAHO HUMC M e Ar1 fl 1 Mr weII SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making as much off your farm as you ought No doubt you re king all you can The trouble Is the land costs too much ItC 14 + much money to buy a big tam and so you are trying to make a II- Isi goodtIT e ci r JOt lend in so little that you can own a big farm where every ere t r = ground is working for you and aU you raise Is paying you xJ r Il r are thousands of acres of fettle land in the SoL Ihwelt along- e I e I the Cotton Belt Route that can be bought for from to 10 an etc Ibis land is increasing in value each year- S e the Southwest at Small Cost- A t t trip to the Southwest would convince you that your best nterelttt av witling there The trip can be made at a very little expense On tripkJertt ry 1 t w rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any local y J are intersted In t Write at once for free copies of books describing this wonderful ccurtry and for tub imformatloii about cost of tickets etc I I W C PEELER D P A Cotton licit Route 25 South lnlntMemphis Tenn t lit Murrell came over from i tfn to spend tke fourth He re nrred yesterday Miron Smothermon came up from Barncld Ark Tuesday on the inker Lee Mug Eunice Adams and mother f Moscow caste down to spend the fourthMr Bernard Cosby of Metropolis spent the fourth with friends la the stya Fi Aaleaix milk cows with rag calves t W J Oartwtight- iss Jessie Wall of Cayce was a Fourth visitor Miss Mary Alice Johnsott of Cayce was here Wednesday Jfstes Lucy and Eva Murchlsoa of lyce wera here thin week Miw Myrtle Lovelace of Bard veil was w Ilieknua Wednesday a I I t T e 3 y We were so busily engaged Wednesday I having a good time that we were unable to note all the visitors of local limportance We shall be glad to have these reported to the office by telephone for next weeks 11I1IIeii LOSTA linen lap cover wit red checks Lost Friday and I waRt it Mrs L P EllisonI For SaleThresher and saw mill1 machinery Hood condition Apply to 1 t I S L Royster The Misses Savage ol Fulton were in town on the Fourth Paul Davis of Jackson was inI town Wednesday morning Miss Esle Clanlon was a visitor here till week Mr Herbert Avey of Columbus 1ttM lfourtkha the city I = THE GLORIOUS FOURTH A GRCAT DAY IN HICKMAN Still tired No serious accidents It was an ideal day Decorations were elaborate r Only a few rough houses Hang the man who Invested confetti How did you feel the morning after What would the Fourth be without a fakir I The HIckman Band delivered the goods Hickman never does things by halves Fifteen boats participated in the river program Our hats off to the Fourth of July Committee I Fulton and Union City were well represented here Come again The steamer Dick Fowler brought in about a thousand visitors Two extra trains were furnished by the N C St L on this oc casirn The number of our visitors was variously estimated at from 10000 thtoThe Mound City ball team de feated our boys in a warmly con tested game Score 4 to 2 Sportsmen spent a pleaaant day trapshooting We will try to publish tabulated score next wash The crowd represented Kentucky Tennessee Illinois and Missouri Theyre mighty good folks too The Floral Parade was magnificent Every vehicle in it was gor geously and handsomely decorated It will take more prices next time tto do justice in this salter Gorgously arrayed in the nations colors Hickman opened wide her doors early Wednesday morning and turned over the keys of the city to the thousand of visitors who began to throng the streets for the purpose of witnessing the grandest arid most elaborate Fourth of July celebration ever known in the western part of this state or Tennessee All ar rangements having been perfectly made for the occasion in advance PleaIlureII This Home Comer hsi Rough Trip Ahead With over 2000 miles of rough country ahead of him which he in tends to cover with a light twohorse Franhcisco arnvet in Reno Nevada accompanied by his blind daughter his invalid wile and son Without funds and with only enough clothing to cover them the little party II I overland to their IWIII in the earthquake and fire in San Francisco Adams was engagd in a spice and extract manufacturing business on the coast and was prospering when the earthquake and fire camp Piano for Sale tee A B Hughes Jf 4 t appreciated and crowned with sue ces as the streets began to fill up The people from the country came early For several days before visitors had been arriving on every train And on the early train there nineftI oclock the first special train of nine 1 roaches arrived closely followed by another special of nine heavily load ed coaches The afternoon train brought four coaches heavily loaded At eleven oclock thw Steamer Dick Fowlr from Paducah Cairo Wick tiffs and Columbus brought 1000 visitors Notwithstanding the fact that Union City our neighboring town had a like celebration Hick man had all the people she could conveniently accomodate estimated at from IQOOto 15000 Had the day not been divided with Union City the crowd could not have been properly cared for Good order was maintained throughout the day no one seemed desirous of creating a disturbance but every one anxious to have a good time and showing sutras one else a pleasant day The floral parade was a Beattlful one Quite a number of vehicles were in the parade all of which were be fittingly decorated Three bands were in the parade furnishing music the Glrason Greenfield and Hick man bands The I T Club float won the cup for the prettiest decorated double float and Mr T T t Swaynes little child for the tingle float At 2 JO the race between e steamers Bart 1 E L Molo owned by Messrs Lee Campbell sail Jas Bolar Hickman and the Olearjj F Keener owned by the Keen- erBtaof Mound Oily was won by the Molo H was a good race the Keener at first had an advance of about 30 feet on the Molo but fell j behind and the Molo won out in their tulle race by abut 50 feet Beth these boats are powerful and j very evenly matched at to size and power The editors of the Courier J1 had the pleasure of being rtpresen ted on both boats in the races I Th high diver dived from thejj roof of the Fowler several times during g the day which event proved to be very interestingtThe ball game at the Athletic park In West Hickman in the after twos was well attended by those who enjoy the sport Mound City wincing out by a score of 4 to 2 1 The day was a success in every aerate of the word and no fatalities at all during the day Hickman is always In the lead and Sf she should choose to give antther celebniton next year sheI will carry the day I The gun shoot was a source oftt tabulatedI I Take yo- urLaundry to fisher Kennedy- at Helm lit Ellisons Strictly firstclass work at moderate prices Strictly a white mans laundry BASKET LEAVES TUESDAY Attention is called to the quarter ly reports of the two banks In this lINe Both these banks and in a prMpcreut condition as will be seen i gratfyhitof both institutions hLOCAL BREVITIES Joe Carter of Martin was in eu city this week R H Kirk wife and daughter are visiting Sa East Prairie Miss Annie Carter has been vial ting Mrs W F Montgomery Miss Irene Paris returned Satur day nigHt from a visit to Paducah Clear side Bacon for 11 cts cash at Shaw Betersworth Miss Reeves of Ellwod Mo is visiting the family of J R Brown Mrs Tom Somers and daughter ft Wickliffe are visiting In Hickman Granulated Sugar 18 lb for 100 cish at Shaw Bettersworth Miss Mackie Shumate ef New bun Is visiting Mrs C P Shumate Acy Hill received a slight scalp wound at the Mengel factory thisI weekMr end Mrs Roy MpKinney of Paducah were here to spend the Fourths Mrs R Y McConnel of Jordan has been visiting her son Dr H E PratherRobert Lane wife and children of Cairo are visiting in Hickman this week Miss Bessie Roper and mother of jRoute four were in town shopping this week Miss Corinne Smith left Wedges day for a visit to friends and relative in Cairo Mr Earle Johnson left Wednes day for Christiana where he will visit relatives Mr and Mrs A M Shaw and son Arthur of State Line have returned from Nashville Mrs Milton Jones and daughter Ruth of MayfieldKy are visiting Mrs Bernie Hughes Mrs A M Tyler and mother Mrs O Shumate have returned romBon Agua Tean English Wrapped Bellies for 13 cts per lb cash at- Shaw Bettersworth FOR REliT Our residence near Methodist church for ten or eleven months Miss Jessie Outten 33t Mr and Mrs Sam Taylor and little daughter of Rome Ga ate visiting the family of Mr C B Hackett h Mrs John T Dillon children and little sister arrived here Sunda from Durant Miss to visit friends and relatives Messers Price Bennett of Florida and Elmer Pucker of St Louis are the guests of the family of Mrs Alice Wilson this week Fulton citizens are sleeping with one eye open They are contendingj with the same trouble Hickman ha last weekpetit burglaries Urn wanted to clear land S600 per acre land easily cleared Onet man cleared two acres in tour days See J H Royer or B F Shaw Chas Werner from Route No1 I made us happy with a dollar for a years renewal this week He IIs well1 pleased with the crop prospect in his section Attotney General N B Hays opened his campaign for the Demo cratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky at New Castle Ky Tuesday Next C A Kennedy relumed Wednesday morning from a business trip to Hickman accompanied by his Ion Asher who returned to Hickman on he morning local Wingo Outlook Guy Hale who has been attend ing Gm City Business College at Qulncy Ills has returned home toI spend the summer He will retu I to Quincy this fall to complete hisi I courseMrs John Ford Mr Fitrgcral 1 Mr Cavender Mr West Miss White Mr and Mrs Daudchutz and Miss Ella Dolen of Cairo and Mr and Mrs White of Martin beside several others were the guests t+ Mr and Mrs Percy Jones Wedaei day = 11 Mayfifdd Young Man hu Close Call rClutchllll the trucks with his stiffening fingers while he strained to bold his extended body above the ttracks Ins feet grazing the creel wheels at every revolution Robert Carr a young man from Mayield was rescued from the rut flying passenger train No 101 Louisville to Memphis last evening jut in time to save his life Carr rode holding to the trucks by his hands his feet swinging cut over the track and being Naked by the fast revolving wheels of the coach lie had missed the hand rail and had gone under the coach He grasped the first thing that met his hold and this happened to be the truck gearing By a des estate effort be kept his firm grip until the train was stopped He was taken from under the coach sofa and sound but his experience will forever live in his memory Carr and Jeff Davis spent Sunday in Paducah They tried to beat their way back and waited for the train to pull out Special Oftcer Kirk and Patrolmen Hurley and Slngery were watching for them and Davis was caught by the police who did not find Carr They saw his dive for the coach but disappeared The train was stopped the efikers believing Carr to have been ground to death The only fact that Carr escaped having both legs cut off Is that he was half intoxicated and did net realize his perilous position The wheels of the coach had worn through the cloth of his trousers to the skta A hard jolt wculd have broken his bold and both legs would have been cut off Oarr and Davis were fined 5 and costs tack in police court for jump- lag the train Paducah Sun Announcements I C RAILROAD- The Illiaoto Central matotaiaa doable1 tally service ad operate the IteM el train with dining cm bafrtt llbrarycara chair cur sad tfeeplag can from CbscNgoBt Loaii Gtoclfi nazi tact LouUville oath to New Orleans The heat road for reacktop the Wlafcr Tourist resort of the Soatb Deluding NEW ORLEANS VIOKSBURQ OULFPORT MISS HAMHONDLA Mardi Oraa at NeW Orleaiu Felt 27 M Onlfporl Iii a Mexican Oalf toast retort having the new flare Great Southern lintel Regular ocean Orleansyfor Mesko Central America Panama West ladies sad Europe Bend or call for detcripttra matter la regard to the above HAVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS Havana Cuba IU best reached via tit Illinois Central through acnrhe te New Orleans aud the new ocean User twiudcrew nlnettxmknot ARTHURdleaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 4 00 p m aud arriving at Havaas at iaaru Friday morning nOT SP1UNC13 ARK FLORIDA Dally Sleeping Car without Char OtilcAffo to Hot Springs with oea noctloniat Memphis from Cmclaaat and Louuville Throodb DIsH Flyer Sleeplag Car Lino St Luau to Jackoaavllle via Natbvllle Chattanooga tad Atlanta MEXICO CALIFORNIA Special Tours of MOIICO and Gallter rata the IllluoU Central and New Or leans under the auBpicot of Raymond ft Whltcomb will leave Chicago Fridays Feb 2ud und Feb 23 for Mexico sail Califoola to iuoludi a slop urer at NoW Orleans for the Mardi Oral Ea tire trip feeds in special private vestl bale trains of Carat PolltaiM with iliutag car service FuwloatlBg trips complete In every detail IlllBoto Ceatral Weekly Exoawloaa to Calif or sin Eioaraioo can through te UM Angeles and Si n Francisco u foU OWN Via New Orlcaua sad the South ObloagoIevery Tuesday from Olocinuat I LouUvllle Via Omaha and tbo Scenic Route every WtxlnemJnr from Ohicigo thehIlllaoto Central and connecting lined ot by addressing tile either of the undo a4jned Jot Blggu D P A Cincinnati F W llarlow D P A Loalavllltf fJae A Scott A U P A Mewpbin A IL Haoeou P T M Ohicaa- S G Hatch U P A Chicago w Nw 4 2 LeMDr l t I Frash arardw ftJRandlcMat agtr- ead Store Aent CHASE i SAN1ORNS COFFEES and TEA- SSomers Restuatirant Convenient to R R Station Everything new andupto date I Good THing5 to Eat I Any Style Meals to order at all hours Quick Service Fruits Cigars FINE CANDIES Cash Book Store Splendid Selection of NEW BOOKS STATONEflY OTlONc I Call sadace our Stock Every think up to lateJJ MARY UERRNDER fc Co iJGBONDURANTSon c I Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford Handles store HIOKMAN KY T t Benton Contracting and Hauling Anything Anywhere Any time to Telephone 50 Dont Forget That we carry a full line of Drugs Medicines Toilet Articles Massage CreamsA r Toilet Waters and Soaps Every thing necessary for the toile- tOowgiIIs Drug Store- Incorporated s of Dr 8 K Davidson benlst- HIc7IdIAN Ky e Office upstairs over ill CowifIll psi Iuco13p- arbitATXD 1 Undertakersr 11 TELEPHONE NO fIa Home Circle Column tTJlE ISLE OF HOME From shadow land of memory A golden dream comes unto me In fancy I am back among The happy hours when I was young dayWhenMy first year and I sought once more Heart sore and sick my fathers door roadiUpI Within my boson like a flame An ecstacy without a name tar there across the evenings gloam I saw the old barn darkly loom And past it from a window bright A sword of glory pierced the night The light of home As from afar The wise men saw the heavenly star So that sweet light unto my eyes Seemed leading on to Paradise Again in fancy I draw near s Again 1 trough the window pier Again I past the open door i Again I steal across the floor Again I clasp my matters form Again I feel her teardrops warm Again I grasp my fathers band Again I feel my heart expand Into that overwhelming sense Of joy too deep for utterance I But tis a romance often told A story that is sweet and old A tale thats found the worlds heart warm Since Jesus gave it deathless form And many a heart with joy has burred Above some prodigal relumed So sweet that scene was unto me It sheds a balm through memory A sort of kindly influence brought To touch and gladden every thought That night I slept within 0 joy t The room I slept in when a boy A golden dream came unto me I thought the whole world was a sea Whose breaking waves rose fierce and high- Beneath a black tempestuous sky And many a life I saw go out And many a wreck was strewn about Rut safe amid the rush and roar 1 stood upon a happy shoreIA land that shone neath Heavens smile A sunny green and peaceful IsleIOn which the old house reared its form- An ark of safety in the storm stood amid the breakers foam Secure upon the Isle of Home If you will learn the seriousness of life and its beauty also live for your husband do like the nightingale I to his domestic tile be to him like 1 the sunshiue between the trees unite I yourself inwardly to him be guided by him make him happy and then you will understand what is the best t happiness of life and will require in your own eyes a worth with God and with man Woman is designedly- a companion and helpmate for man She can assist him in the affairs of a humble home or in the duties of pub lie She is no less womanly when she enters the various arts sciences trades and professions than when the graces only the domestic circle Successful men in public or private life often owe much of their success the assistance rendered them by their wives mothers or sisters The first word a child utters is apt obeMother I motherlI It matters not whether she was brought up in the surroundings of a city and in iffluent home and was dressed appro riately with reference to the demands of modern life or whether she wore the old time cap and great round spectacles and apron of her own make and knit your socks with her own needles seated by the broad replace with great black logs w ablaze on a winter night It matters not how many wrinkles crossed and ecroised her face or how much her shoulder stooped with the burdens long lIfe if you painted a Madonna il- hers 11 would be the taco What a O gentle hand she had when we were j tick and what a voice to soolh pain jiit and was thane any one who could so fill up a room with peace and purity and light And what sad a day that was when we came home and she could greet us not for her lips were forever stmIIWe have seen signs that indicate 1 that gambling in various forms Is I getting a foothold in the community Notice the effect of this crime upon domestic happiness It has sent its ruthless plowshare through hundreds 3 of families until the wife sat in rags and the daughters were digs ed 1 uad the sons grew up to the tonne la 1J famous practices or took a short cut to destruction across the murderer scaffold Home has lost all charms for the gambler How tame are the childrens caresses and a wiles de votion to the gambler I 1 low drearily the fire bums on the domestic hearth 1 There must be louder laughter and something to y in and something to lose an excitement to drive the heart faster and filled the blood and fire the imagination No home + however bright can keep back the gamester The sweet call of toveto bounds back from his iron soul and all the endearments are consumed in the flame of his passion We saw a picture of content the morninga happy boy about 14i years old who was driving a dirt cart along the street The lines were secured between his knees the horses were jogging leisurely along I the sun shorn pleasantly his cott was oft and his calico shirt looke I clean and rool his hat was tippe I back upon his hrad and he had tx pebbles that he ptokd up from th dirt and these he was towing throwing one up as the othr r fell catching each in his turn ind on b ace was a happy boyish look of con tent that any worldwcnjv tan would give a fortune to wear as hisI own Looking at him we thoughtl lire is pretty much what we make it after all Happiness does not sptiu a from wealth or leisure but from contended mind We doubt if thou is a happier heart in our city thanI was that of the boy tiding upon hisI dirt laden cart tossing his peehle- In I the sunshine The home that possessesaaoheerfu 1I wife and mother is not only a veri table haven of rest but the safe har bor whose beacon light will guide her bread winners safely past all rooks and shoals with unfailing cer tainity The woman whose cheerful1 spirit can take that brave attitude toward life that enables her to bear couragevusly the enevitable burdens of her lifes environment tha strengthens her determinations not to fret or worry those who for her sake are fighting the hard battles in the world has reached that altlI tude that proclaims her price above rubies and her Influence and ex ample are not felt only within tne limits of the four walls she has made 1 the unassailable bulwark of stateandII society a happy home but teach to j those she knows not of j YOUR LIVER- is C out of order You go to bed in a t bad humor and get up with a bad taste in your mouth You want something to stimulate your liver Just try Herbtne the lives regulator A positive cure for Constipation Dyspepsia and all liver complaints Mrs FFt Worth Texas writes Have used lierbine In my family for years Words cant express I whatItntnk about it Everybody in my household are happy and well and we owe it to Herbine Sold by Cowgills Drug Store JHelm Ellison Their Banner Year The fiscal year of the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railway 1coded1 gross earnings of the system for thoC year 1906 are about 510750000 hich is approximately an earning 6 capacity cf S9000 per annum for for every mile of road on the yJtem The largest previous years was in 190when the gross earnIi ings reached the amount of SIO i000 but the freight traffic department has kept everlastingly at a and the facilities for handling business have been increased until this record was made- ABRAHAM J LINCOLN was a man who against all odds the highest honor a manI could get In the United States Bal lards HorehoUnd Syrup has at tained a place never equalled by I any other like remedy It is a sure 3ronchltisInfiuenza Every mother ah uld keep supplied with this wonderful cough medicine Sold by Cowgills Drug Store J Helm at EllisaB J McCreary Announced Senator James B McCreary through a friend in his home city au thorlzed the issuance of his formal announcement as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the coat- I 1in the United States Senate to be tilled at the next session of the General Assembly It is expected that Congress will adjourn at the end of this week whet Senator McCreary expects to leave Washington at once returning Kentucky to actively begin his C6mpalgne So far as we can see one of the most riciculous and impertinent pieces of tomfoolery in the world fe Hearst presuming to want to be president What qualification has this ambitious tool for the presidency What notable speech did he ever make What state document did he ever write What great public ThedofdquallfiaatlonoIf a maj has made his own money it show he has some sort of merit but Hearst did not even make his fromIpahpah The American people never OH this earth will place a man Iin the exalted position of the presiII- l dency simply because hr is rich It never has been done and we dent itaStates place in the presidential teat wilt be a man who has done and who Ican do things of high capacity unI questioned patriotism Hearst has not and never will measure up to this standard Troy News Banner Mrs Jan Erwin mother of Messrs William bYIsister Nancy of No9 are spending McC1eUandl 1at Norfolk Virgin their ther James Erwin and nephew Ceo Erwin formerly of Oblon county yearstage preserved fair to round out another quarter of a aentury Sister Erwin it one of the sweetest and most amiable and cheerful Christian characters it has ever been our good fortune to know It isi now about 50 years since Mrs Erwin and her husband and her babe bid farewell forever to the green shores of old Ireland not far from where our ancestors came and after eleven weeks tumbling and tossing on the ocean landed at New Orleans thence up the Mississippi to Hickman The first step toward securing one of the great national political1 con ventions in the summer of 1908 wer taken at a meeeling held at the Board of Trade rooms in Louisville shortly after noon Tuesday Groat confidence and enthusiasm were dis play dICommissioners Sale Fulton Cfrcuit Court Ky W Roney FlU vs flea Ewing etc Deft Equity IBy virtue of a Judgment nnd Order ot Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 906 in the above cause for the sum f thirty two dollars and thirtyfour cents with interest at the rate of per cent per annum from the 15th day of December 1904 until paid Colts herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court tiaras In Hickman Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on the 9th day of July 1906 at 10 oclock mor thereabouts being County court day on credit of 6 months following described property ttowit t Lot no 231 in the town ot Fast Hickman as the same is shown and designated on the plan gap and chart of East Hickman Ky Or sufficient thereof to product the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security- or securities nust recurs Bond bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid and having the judgraenlBidderscoMply jJjj Talk is Cheap I But when we talk about RU MRGO IMAKESI Wo hack up our talk with tho wish In other words if you find after trying it that it dont euro rhciunn tinm on you your money is refunded ltMAJ auras Rheumatism hy its notion through llio Hyateni If is taken internally and dont just relieveIT CURES I Sold By T T Swayne HICKMRN BANK IIICKIEAN KY- a Capital Stock PiiM 15000000 Surplus and Undivided Profit f2000000 llaftnK KTfit rmourcfM conii rT llTe IIlnowfnL mud a rrprtwrntiiUya lUntd of Director and Mug allllMCtl with niifiieellil UollltlM for the trtnwollon of all Imancht of IrtfitlnuU tanking Tho Illekiuio hank ollolu the iGcnunU of CGrjmmUotn flruu sad luilivMual iwmUinK the utniot lUieralUj of Ural men oomUUMit with prudent bunhinw method l R T TYLER President 0 A HOLCOMIIR Vi e Prewlrnt C P SHUMATE Cashier S AMBERG Assl Cashier Dont Go Wrong It is an easy matter to go wrong in the pur chase of your family groceries You can save a neat sum in the course of a year if you use discretion in your purchases If you wish to save money and at the same time let the best the market affords see Shaw 3 Bettersworth COTTON ADAMS SllCCCSOIlS TO Ellison Mercantile Co and Smith It Adams Personal at tendon given to Plumbing Tin Work all kin U ef Sanitary Work and Steam Fitting Roofing Guttering and Reeff Painting a specialy ALL WORK GUARANTEEDGIVE TRIAL f TrI rS t crch ots Bink CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to depositors Other ulucnmunts nro of secondary importance Upon thin Guarantee we solicit your potrotw t c J ATHOMPSON t riwhier H BUCHANAN Prosidont DTRECrORSII K1i1111ALIN JW AlKVAMIKK J S vI HOMIIIKAVT K X IMIKK T A liKDPUKD UH THKKIKKIil Iii J LHIJNNAII CARUTHERS CAPnull OUL t L qm J Ol S Seasonable Fruits Fins CandyFresh Bread and Cikei Dont fail to honr tho Kluctrio Piano GARUTHERSPHONE9O PHONE 74 for Staple and Fancy Groceriand Fresh Meats of an kinds HEINZ PICKLES AND PRESERVES Millionaire Club Can Goods Sole agents for winell Wrights Coffee White House Brand HICKMAN GROCERY CO