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I THE HICKMAN COURIERRINTS ALL THE NEWS OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY 100 PER ANNUM J=r r1IKSTAHLISIIKI 1851 IIIPKMAN 1TLTON COUNTY lIvKNTlTKY August 3 1UOG VOLUME XLINO 0 zahe Expression Xs IeEsrd Omt Everv Side What SZWZTX 1I4MBBRGS 1 CLEAN SWEEP is unquestionably the greatest bargain event Hickman has known 4 in many a day The markable Everything in the store bought for Spring and Summer use is offered at immense that the good news has spread throughout the surrounding country for people are coming to SALEtnever come here before j We want to impress upon you very emphatically that the 20 to 50 percent discounts regular lines merchandise Odds and ends broken lines etc are offered at much lower by this sale it means a loss to us of many dollars and as great a saving to you Come often each visit you will see some new chance to save REMEMBER V It This Sale Lasts Until Saturday August 20 1 Discount from our regular prices on the follow ing goods 20 Per Ct Discounto- n our entire lice of plain and rangy china and Taffeta dIk ta IS 27 tad 6 mrh widths that told from SOe tts 7S per yard 20 per cent Discount 14 inch white drew linen Rag JUr pri e SOc and 60c per yard 20 per cent discount r all our ladle muslin underwear e r iMcing the flneit III well at the 1 wt priced garments 20 per cent discount r df1 and cbiidrMMlnce ami fan v JI M ry Regular price from 1Os t Ih jrrmir 20 per cent discount t k and oath tovl all altos r tar price lOc to SOc 20 per cent discount 41 entire steak of black and fa- ntrs goods Including the newes- tera of the loaton Regular price w t 150 20 per cent discount- n ur entire line of laces and er- ari nes 20 per cent discount rJ aU linen and mercer I red tabl- e1r1 al1 napkins 20 per cent discount l ladies and children plain and It T ttUhed handkerchiefs Regular p a hum S t6 SOc Straw Hats and Caps 3 3Per cent discount on our stock of mens fine straw hats representing the seasons newest stupes 7 5per cent discount on odds ends in straw ha- tsSOper cent discount on a large lot of mens and boys caps TrunksAND Suit Cases 20percent discount on all suit cases and tel escopes Buy now at substantial saving Hickman y III 1111 FO 0 T W E A H Notions etc 20 per cent discount on Waroons Misses and Childrons Low Shoes ranging in prise rentSI to 125 Those are all this soa sons goods made In the very Hew est stylos 20 per cent discount on womens fine Oxfords Inelttiln both Dorothy Dedds and Smith Sterling makes The price range on ladies run from 251 to 350 mise from S165 to 185 33 per cent discounto- n high and low out Tan Shots ranging in price from Si to 171 orr misses and children and Ito 2i50 on ladles shoes 15per1 cent dfsGQunb on Flarsheim shoes far men Regular pride 5 Pins pr paper Ie Talcum perbox d4eHair pins per package lc Pans oath 30 Combs each e 30 Buttons 2 doen for 5c Hooks and eyes per oardlcSafety pins per card 2cf Hair brushes eaoh ldc Thimbles d o4Soap per box 3 caket Sc Darning Cotton 2 balls for U Perfume per bottle 4c Beauty pins per leL iOn I MEN IxD YOU KNOW that you are missing a chance to make money by not taking advantage of the great reductions we have made on all our clothing This is a cleaning ante in earnest A sale that affords choice of hundreds of suits ranging in price from S500 to 2000 but our one object is a complete clearance so we have marked every suit regard less of value or former price at a discount of 20 to 50 Per Cent 2E Off Boys Clothing 20E off Nows the time to buy an early Fall Suit for your boy We give you choice of our entire line em bracing the newest styles and best materials and every suit at an actual DISCOUNT OF 20 x y COME SEE FOR YOURSELF 1 Copyright 1906 by Hart Schaffner U Man 1 Mens ShirtsMens Underwear Mens Pants 20 PER CENT discount 20 to 40 PER CENT re 20 PER CENT discount COo Underwear plain aad dilution on our entire line of on nit grades of mons shirtsOen colors I s Pants in nil grades Light told lurk patternslneu1 a 1 t I Ifilmn orm plainI wad1 plaitedI 1 etIOon1 mOl d U5e U mlerwenrUlH what want inexactly you with or without ouflfc Rug hluo and ecru ular price 50c to 150thisCENJ lino discountallThis is nn opportunity yqa sox Regular price lOc toon our entire line of SUB should not miss 50c a pair ponders SMITH AMBERG d iI O from our regular prices on the following goods 25 per cent discount on all fine lace striped embroidered and plain mulls that sold at 25c and 35c per yard 25 per cent discounto- n our entire line of white embroi dered and fancy silk parasols ranging in price from SOc to 250 25 per cent discounto- n our entire line of ladies neck wear embracing every imaginable style 20 per cent discounto- n our entire stock of kid silk and lisle thread gloves in all color and gradesMattings 3 A 1 per cent discount on all 3matting remnants 5 to 19 yards in piece Sold horn I5c to 35c yardLadies Skirts 20 to per cent discount on all 33 13 our skirts embracing skirts that sold from 150 to 1000 and consisting of Panamas serge cheviots fancy mixtures broad cloths etc all made in this seasons styles These reduced prices mean the greatest values you ever saw Ladies Belts 50per cent discount on a big of ladies belts that sold from 25c to 15- 0Millinery 50 to 90 per cent discount on all summer millinery We must have a complete clearance in this line 3 cents per yardf- or remnants in percales and cham brays the regular price was lOc to 13 l2c yardRibbons in all colors and widths at 20 to 25 per cent discount Ladies Waists 33 1 discount on our entire 3 stock of ladies waists and kimonai regular price from SOc to 450 and including all new styles and materials M Hickman Icy 1H d f iii THE HICKMAN COURIER I J JoanXTONJg i I 14Wmd at the Wcmnn Rturkr paleloe as rwmt eIttIiJ Malt rmsue- rFriday August 3 1006 j Iii The political pot is warming up flihore will be some strange bed felllws IIn this state ere longeq Hickman ie supposed to keep the lid on hott It wail have lasso i tilted jutt a little Saturday night orII Frankfort fo considering UK mae J for the Democratic nomination for Governor We notice W our cjcebenfles a number of tows art having heavy penalties to pay oa account of dam a ages sustained oy dilapidated side o walks A broken board in the walkc tort one town 9500 A word to the wise ic snUcfant There art two ways of getting lit to a Mwejapor pufdunfan an In teratamdpurchaiug sa btioevhw It There Is still another way pelRaf the wool lifer the editors eyes end getting to for netMnf This k a- very I pepeter form of entry I 1 There is sows objcatfw te the suggestion of W J Bryan sag 6n 1D1 191e Rooount of Gov DoufUw not belfi iiHliioeKrry hu own tatett lhla arm 1Mg6 1Is true of Bryan Nebraska k gin JtIAn etchaatle in tfeeejfiec efli of the state says that Judge WIPryor and Swator Jos BtacsHera both rsfose te ofler for UK Govemor ship The DMsoemcy oitK9utte art awaiting with br UMM soliri lud to heir from Ollit Jamts Oil Jamss is from this district he is TKtt BM and it he e4en UK race he will bt nooUsAted MKteleoted Whan we woe se teeny yeeng with their I jftirtesl ta the raikand banptr down over tDeir iota heeds se at tore every true f of intellect sad so wary YOi1 frualyfrowstytheir faces to fifty different dlreot we are oat surprised that the fftj loweri of Darwin are tour pedibely SUM that lemakuMi eonwNM fron the Jnenkey State Lino Items UIMorMlarP CtWedneaday aloaoFridayMr Tat R WON ef Union City visited J P Madder Sunday Misees Jennie nod Mary Bum rislted rohtUvet In Oreonltld la feet George B Throlkeld whe bee liMn suite ill Is reoererfog we are glad t S taleMr Lacy ftiotanls of HkknR wade a call near tilt ptace FrUay a rcning Mr McCuIOJtfWaWrty Tons VIMiss Lucy Rico + pent the past weak at her tame y parentsyT Most of Union City as the guest of St B Burrus and 1 onily S nday last Messrs Less Haoen and Will xilten returned from Dawson last ick after a stay of ton days Mla Mattle Bolt Frenoh f iktotr is the pMt of her ose tint rs W B Clark this week The Krogreisive wing of Mt nmon Church began a series of wtlnp Sunday morning which will tweleeksleaGmceRcCXj s of Mlseouri MarineBretiwn n4 Miss Edna1 I1f v trpenter spent Ilos week at the I 1 + ipltable home of Mrt Ula Shaw tin h The Emerson Boat Show Will Soon be Here Emersons tlonlieg theater was at the boot landing Wednesday even ing std ROve to a full house the mutlail eztravngansa Humpty DumptyIThere may be bettor Jknenons Hempty Dumpty but iif so they have net heretofore come to Henry Tks Imersen Denting theater Is a HKignMoeitt afhlr It is the htrgeet and roost comfertaUy seated of nil tile skew locals that setae up the Illinois river wltk a seating copaof ty ual1 to the large city theaters and- sha been entirely remodeled and megnMosnUy refurtdened The stage which the rite of the boat Allows to be wide and roomy has betA Utted up expressly with new esonery clad elaborate stage ap pHanees for the presentation of Httmety Dempty This was a great show which da goaJptlr1lftRMCItIIDrft eMee whore spectnoufar ptays hue run for months seoh plays are AlRilH it it ortp M a Ioatlac- heater thick can be moved iron pUor to place te U nsertblu te give such plays Hence the play Wed nesday evening with He feifeoee scenery Us ingenious machinery and Us seeey appliances for appotr Jpf and diaepfenrief wne a revtla Unit te marry of the tpeoteterc The ohtuaetsHB aU UIpwore rbIoeeMnned where such Gel tvmee were jqtproprtete sad an the principai ftUcn tiled their parts te pate tita The Meets both as a band sador ShssLra under the direction of the leader Frank GriJftth WAS very ftne and did ftrt mash in enliven MId enhance the pleasure ef file oater tainnent as did the expert aanlpehif two of tie lights whisk gave tb- plendid o color efleoU or lad Pound the nniehed trombone player of the bead Mr Pound I801lud1ed Ike slavish picture mechinc whose no deltneMione of tit Ifwhole Dam family from Papa and Mamma DM through grown en children and Use bay to the Dem dog and other scenes were u toe m we ever saw The Mow wee trios altogether for anMessnent and entertaineunt the beet that ever name to Henry The last grand transformation scene thee Good Might was m denhtedlythe finest thing of the Capfa vwy Ace show and if he ever comes to Henry agate will play te a fig house tIMt Henry 111 acTIls enow will bo at Hlokraiui In efwrt while DONT BE BLUE and lose all kHereet when kelp is within reaoh Merblne win make properlyJf firing a oonetant offerer from con stipation sad a disordered liver And IIJarWne to be the belt meektne staarkyjjtp be the beet medicine 011Its dal- VlI wkh all sufferers from tb- ffilblea know the good Herbioe DncSMare GarriganatMrs Ida Croon visited rctatlvciL at Illokman last week Mrs Deitle Walker fa visiting retatives at Trimble Tenn this week Mr Id t sparSeaday j familyMr Jim9tmpkneandfamilywcb SundayMrs Emma Stahr visited at the home of her sister Airs Ohas Green lost week Mixes Carrie and Jannic Pruett arc visiting relatives at MoKcnzle this woek guestocycethllMr Charlie Underwood andj orMrMr Wash Whipple and xi spent Sunday at the home of M Adkins Whlpples The freshest grocerlestobe four are at V E Cavion the hill 4 The Cobb and Nichol School of Dresden Tenn Every citizen of Dresden is justly proud of having in this community an institution so ably managed doing a class of work so superior pomeMlng an unexcelled faculty U tthe Cobb and Nichols Training School Chas H Cobb and J Waiter Nichols principals Both tthese young men are graduates of Vanderbilt university whore they were specially prepared for training wheel work and that IIs Just what their school here Isa training seheel Iin the fullest and most com pie sense of the term This has been clearly demonstrated by the work of this school during the put two years and today we aro ra jotoed to say lte the public that the outlook for a successful opening this fall hi meett encouraging The pupils that have gone out from the Cobb and Nichols school are its HIt advertisement If any it need slier than its blgh dasi thorough work The bays and girls oho some te Dresden to attend seheell are token core of by the faculty and arc admitted Into the Jest homes ef our leant they arc made to fuel wel eme and at Mme as it wore and the faculty sees to It that they do tat loot around the streets neither night poor during the day Dresden Enterprise Some News of Interest at the Court House A special terns of the Fulton Ounty Fiscal court will convene at the oeeri house Tuettlay the 7th Following are tome of the reall stote transfers in Fulton oeuoty the putt week R P Clark to R R Shaw SO acts llandi Allee Hum phreys to T A Arrlngten 6 acres land on 17 Interest In dewery J F Thompson ta Saute Brewder real estate la uctiea 39 Jno M Stathum t11 T and C L Harris e3till wares cenitderatlen S70S9 U T Tyler to Barmen Hardware Co Peweil Brook In Illcknmn S5COQ Lewis Graham to Jesiie Martin and fade Ciranberry town lots in Pulton A Vacancy in the Hickman College Faculty A vaeancy ken occurred in the fhonlty of Hickman College oaused hy the roalgaaU of MlwThrelkeM llM applications for ailing this wetfney will be considered by the beard of trustees sad appltoaUen are asked te be filed as early as pesslbte DrF D TSelley and wife nf Grteftvftlc Ky arrived here Thurs day Dr Kelley iIs an Osteopath and pmqtioal Optlelan of several years experience and has located here for the practice of his prate dos He anise IN to announce that patronIby ot this month Ills office it temporarily the Price House Cannot Something be Done hasto Remedy This Nuisance Itwaekl seem that IIlickman wis in the three of a gang of burglars that are operating together During tha poll week a number of small burglaries have occurred The residence of Earl Hammond iIn West HIakman was entered and about S9 taken The residence of J E Fuqua and Dr P D were attempted and a number of others thought they hoard noises about their premises at wee hours rurcin the nt a lunch stand rstheld up by four masked men on c night while on his way home IllsI presence of mind probably save J him from being robbed of about a hu dred dollars He ran and shot at the men It would be well In our opinion for a vigilance committee to ofbe formed and have some watches cityPerhapsI g can be stopped When the situation gottenisC feThe tsThe Cobb A Nlohols ItayinnorJthet3 u The Negro Allen Mathis Meets His Just Fate Probably the roost hicntus of brutal crimes ever perpetrated In the state of Kentucky was that In which the black wretch Allen Mathis a 17 ytar old negro detained and crim inally assaulted Mitt McClans a young white girl in Mayfleld one night last week Miss McClane a poor but respectable and It is claimed one of the most lovable young women in Mayileld was on her way from the telephone office where she worked when the brute criminally assaulted her In a lonely spot on the railroad Attar accam pliihlNR his purlIe he had tits hand on her mouth and a knife to herM throat and told her if she screamed he would kill her Just then another negro was passing near sort hoard h faerance Mathis ran but was closely chased by a gang ef section men and others Mite McClane was bruised and bleeding and was assisted to a sole place by the negro rescuer Mathis was caught land by almost a miracle escaped lynching by the angry inch Excitement was so in tense that It was thought best to remove him to Paducah but with another at yAfterjail the meb trove another attempt1 to get their teas He was then taken to Louisville for safe keeping fudge Bugg ordered empanelled a special grand and petit Jury and a scaffold built telling the people to let the law deal with htm that as soon as a form ef law could be TMlte same extent quieted them although the Jail was searched again ntakin the fourth attempt at lynching The grand Jury imitated him and the officers arrived with him Tuesday evening at 6 MO and In 55 minute be had been conveyed te the court house tried sentenced takes to the nit yard and his stock broken Between the time sentence of death was passed and the execution the crowd tore down the 30 tool stockade that surrounded the Jail IIn order that all might witnoes the ex caution Men and women held their chil dies up to witness the fate of theI deapofler of Kentucky womanheeti Hie body af the dead demon was cattle I through the streets In a cfin The handcuffs were stilt upon the dead black arms and the orewd of negroes standing by were called upon to witness Ute talc sand tat warning therefrom Lee Kel o the colored mar who awed Mitt MoOlnne when she need ed it most was carried about the dly by whites and cheered for the part he performed The body war placed la a aof by the Ooroaer and carried to the peepIsU 0 was dragged cut of the eeAn and dragged through the streets until 10JOThis is Justice and the kind like to see The autheritios are to be commended upon their persistency in letting the lax deal with the brute j of course this is the best far any community in whloh such an out rage is committed and although we know that mob rule is not heel ItI dos look like summarily dealing Is none too bad for such nAs an evidence of the sympathy In the community for the unfortunate lady a purse has been made for her benefit of nearly 600 r aftcof wearing the medal fora week i having broken 22 birds out of 25 InteresUnnI g A bird in the hand Is worth two In a bush ItWe cannot print n paper like the Courier at a dead ex pense Let us hear tram you wont yu1 Take your country produce to highCq t t Miss Marine Blown and Miss Reeves have been vitiling at State Line the past week Arc you trading with Cavitt You are losing money if you are not 4 t y I I + t I I I I I 11 I + I THESE FELL IN LOVE 1 I I I I I I I I t t I I t t t +Marriage license were Issued tblljj week to Jas R Adair and Attic II Bushart Rev N B Craves tied the 101CltJJ neversaw I A man who his bride obtained a marriage license Tuetday i and the pretty bride led him to the I county Judges office where they were united The couple cre- W S Harper aged 22 of Harris burg III and Ella Powell aged 21 of Merrla 111 He Is totally blind Mr Levi George and Miss Addle Gammons wre united In m atrman onday roaming at the Court House by Judge W A Naylor Mr George U a highly respecte- rmer located several miles west of Hickman The bride is well thought of among a large circle of friends anti acquaintances who wish them both a long life of domestic felicity 44944 + to+ t Mee lot t OVER THE DARK RIVER I I t e I t t I n I I + + w+w Mary Will aged two and a halfr eah daughter ef Mr and Mrs Hall died Tuesday merntng at her hours sear IDat Oak Mrs V Shopard died at her beme tar lllcVman on Route 2 Friday night of hut week A child three days old survived her Sympathy Is extended the father and family Set Mary RHttxbtth KAlebrew aged 51 wife of T B Klrlebrew i aanoogt She was a devoted member ef the CRfitkm Church Rev O W Lon g ef Urn CUyTenn eenduoted tthe tufioral servfeos Saturday reaming at Mount Merhrii churchyard Mr Lum McCloltan well known througneul this county living north fof Cayce died at his hems Monday night and was buried at Rush Cre Tuesday morning The tune services were conducted by tthe Masons of whieh lodge he was a member Mr McCkllan was wellI known Ila l1taklllGn sad vicinity hav tog been a adtiaea ef tic Cayce neiKhberaeod formally many years A wile and ten hildren eight girls tarmd two bra survive him We ax tend condolence te the tamely In their Ilass eMrs Kate C Duck aged 71 years died at her home on Carroll street yesterday morning at 7 JO She was the wfctev ef the late Thos Buck who was hi the drug business in Hiekman many years ago and who took late partnership with him wnn 1873 Mr Jno W Cowgill at present ene of our leading druggists Mrs Buck cline te Hickman about temp years ago from Strauiburg Va She woe a member of the Mcthedlst Church at this place for the past thirty years nr more weMrs Fannie B Shaw and Mr Gee C Heck wore tile qnly + hildrcn II who survive her Alta Buck was a devout Christian a lovable woman and was lovrd by all who knew and wore associated with her She lived to a ripe age and has gone to reap her eternal reward In Heaven Condolence noel sympathy arc extended the family by the Courier as well as the entire populace The funeral services were con ducted at the Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at 3 ocrlook 1 dy Rev G B Baskervillc and burial at City Cemetery Are you In arrears with your sub scription If to pay upxc will1 print the paper on a cash inadvance plan then all will be treated nUke and no one will have occasion to complainEverybody talks about the low prices art groceries at Cavltts on althe hill 4 h Do you want the freshest grocer TryhimFrank Wehman of St Louis it- hercvisilingbiroldhomeandricndae Burglars are working over time In Fulton and Ilickman as well c Far CoNAnother new iusincj 1forv Hardware Co recentl and composed of Hicktr s Messrs D II Wilton enter H C Barrett J JT Stephens II I R M stet R It hler have purchased the Ion fj Clinton Street now W A Doddr and W F M and will put in a comb jHardware and Farminp a The business will be rm t principal as Dletscls it City With such eYw bespeak for them olAacrs aredR M Isle President rett Vide President t Secretary and Treasur DONT GRUM when your joints ache A from Rheumatism flu Ballards Snow Linimr stoat relief A pup Rheumatism burnt t ed Muscles Sore CVt r 1aproralnWltla finds Ballads Snow i treat all round Ltd uod Sold by i w Store and Hiim Elli On tierHelm entertained the I hot pretty home on 1 Unusttal Interest ar ere shown In a Lemur L- Ing csnlfit Miset K and Lucille Bomlttrarit winners of a handsome i malldws Fruit crrac were served Miss Vi rant was a visitor Two men yore painful lestttSly lout IIN a runavj last week and a lath narrowly escaped being runaway team striking th Railroad Is lobe built f akllay to Cairo u Will Keep Your Oeter Good Condition The coming rains mean yew And new is the nine t whether you will prepare f tern lull of perpetually to i water or go through spending year time slra i pint of water you tw ar imaking zone of what is 1 i at the bottom your u Star niter Is made i T filler win water BRWU i r deters It ratchet ever the winds hour we iff CIrea of the rcf dat I x Do you want this t jr cistern making It neSJ it cleaned out several t r wdJ pet you strain every pailful that this Iis a hard task when much water is rr- will you took into the u Star Filter and coin that it Iis one of the mutt practical filters on the r The life of Ihe SUr not a matter of months It will save the ant cistern cleaning You 1filter at our store we j elusive agents Cotton EXPERT TINNER have secured the very J M Knaebel an Exp and Plumber and s patronage in Plumbing 3 Tin and Sheet Metal w s kinds ALL WORK FIRST i Quick service Rcasoiu f Estimates cheerfully jHlCKMAN o1 r I Want to See You BEFORE YOU BUILD Your Now Molina I have tlio boat Building Mnloritil in Hiuknmn and my pricfifl uro right I Kvorytliing for tlio builder Coiuo and tree my Stock ICfitiinutos gladly furnlBhod W A VODDS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855 TOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor to B C Ramage deed Marble and Granite Monuments URBING STONE WORKof nil Kind Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY d t YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at n Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar nntee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters W J BARR Y HICKMAN KENT- UCKYSOUTHWEST The Land of RIGI CROPS andIPROSPERITY Are YOU making a much off your farm as you ought 1 He itouht you j are making all you CMH The IruuUe Is the land owls too much It ttjxrs t mu b money to buy a Wg tam and ao you arc trying to make a r Hg n a small farm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a good s tf Nt what you raise lit rent Wouldnt It be better to 90 where the I t t jfuod hlHlIU so httlt tJwt you caw own a big farm where every j1 the grouted it woiktog for you sad all you raise Is paying you k 6deare UioiiMmic of acres of fettle laRd In the Sxthct along u d the OtU0H Belt Route that own be thought for fwro G to 10 an r Ibis land li iHereosliif in value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost A trip to the Jbuhwot vwhl oonriMoe you that ytwr bolt fetcrMt M tiling there The trlii can be made at a vary llttle rxpM DM t 4IbIM TtMtrlnys JkmmiUi YOu own pumps e ernlid irtp fir 4ny point in UM I on er lira the Cxtton tkh Ro te t a ntes ftoMvers will be altarad tar you to oxnmlne any leasN V j orr tolerated IB Write at once for free copies of books describing this vwtddrfnll and fer ful Imformatton about eat of tickets elc W t PBBLER D P A Cotton Molt Route 25 South Main Memphis Tenn Take yo- urLaundryI to flatter Kennedy 1 Holm Rllltons ily ftntelaat well at r I= rile priaes Strictly a- wr man a laundry ItA KFT LEAVES TUESDAY oo TOE F DAVIS When you want a good hoise and a swell rig for a pleasant drive He keeps Ill 1 BEST HORSES and NEWEST RIGS in the city and will furnish you a polite driver when you wish one Try One of His Rill rhcao UO memo Xy Lee Page wife and children havi returneq to Hlckman from LaCcntei Ky where they have been for two years past Mr Page will make Hlckman his futur home Glad to welcome him as a citizen Wheat Thresher Narrowly Escapes Being Destroyed- As the result of a few sparks of tire falling in h trow stack on the the farm owned by T T Swnyne and rented by W A Rouden a ftw miles east of town the splendidly oq upped thr sher engine and sepiirotor wulL by Msrs John and Lee Maddix WAS In Want danger of being almost oinlly destroyed by fire Tuesday The fire rcmMncd unnotlaid fir Mm time until the separator one of the latest Impravel makes was in great dangor This was removed before the flames reached any oom bustible portions and with the assistance of all the hands in the field water was furnished from the engine wagon until the flames were under control Messrs Maddox express themselves as Ming very lucky to have eumped without actual loss of the property The local gun club Iis the re cipient of a handsome program and invitation from Thompsonville Gun Club to a prospective Shooting Tournament to be held at Thompson ville 111 on Aug 9th Expeits with the ijun will attend this shoot in a radius of many hundred miles but none of the local shots have as yet decided to partake of the sport and the cities hospitality Judge Naylor returned from Cayce Sunday HAG ER OPENS CAMPAIGN Vigorously Answers Hays at Mt Ster lingM- ONTGOMERY DEMOCRATS GIVE HIM A WARM WELCOME AND TURN OUT IN FORCE TO HEA HIM NOTWITHSTANDING IN CLEMENT WEATHER GOOD WORK Of STATE ADMINISTRA TION PROVEN TO SATISFACTION OF ALL rWtweota M N1Ie JrwrmU Mi 1NNat Kr Jltlr KJuflo H 1- IIllaaw Scud Me ooMtpaig for iM eeF renMp hr lfrls afteaoaa preltt- ator R a low aaaoinirtoB of Iln r ps rnmtf 1 aNweetf Mo tgJll ry ami IliaIMda1Na realle Wfco roan In t Iwar Mea nM eMlMtM 4lMi I fcr N- VIInt walhea Mrlwyr f I link Inlndd h- IJNrr Iyr yk tmt a Mite ee- S r ti htrttr fie rwtrtrw thp fin4 r aMT N llv pfupiBt laratIIr aiHMlnlvtlH IIMnd arl Sh inllrI artM fa I 4 f eor Ir t- dIIed ra nafka rhfar 1e-An M WIN i Ma ral 1Is alst tHo a duel 1 thr r iiiHMnl Its look Judge S W Hagcr U b n h n11 11ax aal IIJ y S ail ONalh MtMil Ihr VtrtOlM ell a- NM litkrn u arh ealdU by Ihv AttMNy at i JP floatIrasnd wMh nlhMti j apea W hren a wee M Ihr- Ilre re he11N etp aMNa f- whoa hr had 0 hd The Usarrt- I+eAeea All well a the ttwak slat psi MM Ili wsrll MMtnkNw+ tMi a tkr a kta ra w lw i eaer to t1M as r r eI dWONVMWa Will b fttoWMl to MMtoMHi Ml MMMMiinerv H WI tledrrd tha uoNsl immMrit et IH z ura t the MHHjr ta 1M rase Alter JMIN Itpt hM NIrlxdl MM e rtre soars JS W Kwls a aid n CraNaw11eMelw it t MIa1WMI of Ap IUre Aid tlalefel Wla- callale tr 8serial7 r NlAte Mar I Ik slash- Jose II MMI pewll +Iws In foef- oNeeawt u Judge HageHft Addrett TMh tsunttum ilnui It ar finNirtilnn whMi ih tayet Km lucky I lo iwib amdndtiMl hoirr ur- U MMUH luster fur Ik M eral a ofttdM fine the MeIIun T IM It W4rt1R f a tMlixl HilltM tr Nmlt 1111 Dewrrar wMh hi- Iwrar IaKnd In Ma dvotlIb R I rN l HNW HI tub Urn M In sans tft dNHMr w hHH Hi IU Mrlk lh l iraNNttsae la rwnt y e- o Of NMHl HfMHb art llbMlMtHl b- fw nil nMWMhvd world rmrwM UH e IIM An et MHTuplliMi Ita Nwo4 vvrr beafMNll or prNIMNI w II Re IIII tk ndMHal rratrt ter weal n Rrwla wl t tltuMk e rw1 art II IItuhMmn inllrtn art sire mn fr itw- AbMlnit ite At IH ilHuocrXT nf Ihr c ttnlry fw th ael Uw I11etitwalk party awl IU tnlir t4I nt unpy n1I1 rlmtlnn Mil at that Iha r wW IIw I VM IM ill eMf itMiiMnirir r Rattan In Kavrnnlmr ttK Uwi hkd t ttIP 11nnebl laprlmt llllain jMintmi IIrIDry an For President In 1f11InI Imnlmm iiromln vrywli rr and 1 eyry 1111 td llat1 the tmrtr M tall lOr unthuil1 outs hepn Vv IMV IMWII NvtiMC n- Sere I Ml Ih muter wall of ib city al irnnilM pat xlder all alai fall It HrltM of Jto8 Mill nNM lb deelh kHHI uf llvt MlilH Hlm lirMMI hi irHiiiipti of IWHMtfuvy met Ixer talni to Ib world lit victory et Ih iwaftlr evr the Inlli- ltMe of enwnii stintI nwl fnoitrlni prnlmlloH and In tlMt triumph Ihe UHVM that lty Ihliii giant will U by utmnlmotM rkolee et tb lkmoeralllI ptrly out own ta 4ov l Hrynn TVlwn hat hall IraMplre iml lh alto It will Ji iwt ai Mier ai alas an await cned psoMe ire lloltom Mr Ihoir wril Mac wo will eater the gate of the cl 0 J 1 nnu of premtre nn1 Jkjp and come Into IM own Ac thr ifettiHeratlo party has al ways km tMRnin ed In defeat In ytcto l l partyIkeIwlilM It I 1a Mirvlvnl the fortune ol knownIitriumphibutp alwybnpotNeeplunI of ih many Hrem rry iltfrfat I no Bmttvr new avurwhviinlnir or Inglort ale M ha arbiiw trails and vlicar ui to offs brute IH twhalf of the eople ai agnifwt oMfwiii wmritatlOH and haa B vr Ullorod wen at th tail ditch Ukr all air IMliK II an net perth X ntay fur a Ilene W ruIN11x1 affil mot In tt tM4HW but wtifn th battle ery of UM limit ootnintHi wple la aundnl It raHloi to their MaHd nI What ether w4lllal party could hay o Iowa wrvlvod the ltext yeas or file ctHv oVfmila in ottt naltotwl tilcMlleiiilI The VMK e Kiww NittMHK and nil other iNuilea iMlTcrliiK a few dttIi lIdlIl mnlmUr f ih lr extat aa a few iti the pMitaM btatory et our nAtion- nlll ItRsteteatpillar ar tho P pies IaAd stelwrl defender ef flllnuelIehAanonthlawfhall be rlbUntorn And why ha SurrlellI peat II cartM It If prlncIa allhthiteaueVelnt iullon mss alma 1 rnII R reIrdl10h1 la bldldan I heN m enJnereohnr our party and con sUlwln at patty onml from that tinto tlw prant Platform of Jcffcraon A tirltor i4alferm hoe rlvrr rwn di rt r4 Ilms iMMbHon of whirls tat toitIMl aul uot JiH4fe M ale mn and I kIrta f ttsterlamnl Nrd Iq r oral n tear1Rr r Na raewlla alhl pat UikMic nun Ihtmum of lalwr the bad H has M- ah Mdwee ih party et JafferiHtn awe tM putS t JCu srush M It In tbs p4 rr of ilia lllh wetwry hear with arn MIl ee vtMnNM as alas thrson rM IC oM VKftaa and ahel U liiramyThwI IIrichI i cMimaMi a4v0al the pe rl a II jtrtMtam Oryan not ol N tat et lbe Unli4 elates al Urn prrty baa nawU eur nxt IrttMint Misappropriation of Trust Funds 17 world itawilK appallM at th5 liartllnir 4iriamr et the orraptt- elspud n br the iNvmileailMi et Inmranee mpanir skew emeeta out of th trust fyiMla that had ben ptaeM In the handa far lbw retrctl li et wlJowi an afhame eoHlrllMlKd Is he NatlaMl It- pwUlrN iNrtumHtpe Mnoandaua mmi In rrlurn for wMh tliy wrII 10 reirse- varawroaul faeor mad ftroloollMi ami Sash IrcMatlon ai that mlitht rMul rtaariNt the rlghta et th eHlieni ef thane United HtntM When antron- d with their tun iud they Ml eel did Rat d wr 14 lest bnuwnty allatniri tapelldugft y bl1JtrRepublican Patty Compromises Crime To earrr wt IU Mirpo a the lt fwb artYrStilt fawwnwna Ie vr4 trout that wwi ruearNlWSd to It of a Bound and costa aVrnmHt for the bnAt of sit th fIotIJIJ b It boa dkea I Its government p1rr1 to rrt rall r and entered Into a BtiiliJH web Ihrto in roNeldetall- onthrslamp ot rantlrllMitliHM mods to pro MWIS IU stl Wish the Drmocratl party then M no eomiiriMtf with rim R1Iha pHVtf are KTOUKOMI en blab R Mirror are BWr prioctirt Hvcn 1 HclwMImM l rMM t al Va hlnnton hat ltellthai d tlireuahwi tbm lamt aa bfreslra or ai the dreams of a vM NMry and Ila fotHw nflvaoatlOK and rMtIM1HR the tnlq llrjnn l aa ttowl for 111o palllien scar I SortiemUewtnl frlciida what part hat eur Nnnbeloved CojtHk Hav at in the pres n WiilBo etaI pnietrwlleN fir nm nilile prliKlptM and Iknteealq Is1UGId Ihii firlHOlfil ami n RiorHll avotIh cptla of Ifirt wlwn lhe PUt dlH pld and torn awnlr hy roataii ef Ihf Merge ysxrtlx which wo tho can tralHHK IMO hi that NHIIIII- w I anrt n the ItpHhil n Marty hatsI nsarlni from o rfMTMoM Hi must HH MII 111et orrwotla finW known to Amrtoan t10trayNoe nhk tmf alway mot her at1lv Ural vol for IM PxnotrrnlU amU1utM In N Co when lIe eominrtna the prc slats admlHlaliHllMi were mmlldt tofojfi the eolfS thy wr lct d 1Ity a luajorlty or XVA lilt ket11W majerlty ItMt lard twos given any mndldat IIn RnllMky In almotl a quarter of n wn oarfury Attain In ItH a iirttottlontkil y when every stale that had t vr mit It rate fur a IUHit ll in ounillilat tvrry dale that wwnUbrel1 Jxuhtf eat Hi lrctoral volo tar Mr llnowivelt the lliMlJfN eamlldat far IrmldMit alii Kontwrky tamlliiK na tile bulwnrk tf iMmwroey into in her faith and her lt llllana loyal In hu ilMiiUn1 to 10 imMrney uninavctl by the siren mad de MlvInK vojw of the o rnipll nlil cat Mr unirNitimtMl olid loyal vole fur Ihe Itomefrotu oamlldato far Imrident by ed mal rlty Aryl why bo K nluoUy inalfcd slaw toQT Why whn all the toulitfu curve tamed tie ether tipy Jld she rental iteodfaat stet unmer ablT Ileraut uf hlff loyalty te Dtnio smile tmchlnc OIH nee torah In the present atalo admlnUtrnHoa Thla adI tiliiKlrottixi elorivd by rush M handrom majority ami niruvtrd by the p oplN with the affairs uf ilietaie hat given Kentucky an Itunnt faithfulI and loenumlo iimnaiceineiit of public anal r Istyw n tbwajlo irII1I I I DfttetIum the slatnbendIdebt of one million dollars lumxlntf over IhII thIbonded debt nor been wiped out th IxI113bw haa been wld la the male Collegel IISUU a year Ulxlnu paid to the Chit drvna Hum HweJMy whbi benenre- nteak n U apphiHiled in every eouaty Ihls commonwealth tKva has town ap proprlateil and iold forimilntalnlnK Ken tully shlblla at the SI LeuU lisped lion I3SCS4 In appr irKtlonn tar Ih enlargement aryl Imrv men of th ajyluiiit and nllenthirlmi a hotnn at the eat uf moo haa Iran eetoWlihed fur the malnleiMM cad mpiiort of h- Ir and unfortunal veUron at theId- Mull Who tied the nmnhwod and theI roMrmcr l It taw wen deuth In defence of 1wlMt le iltotuiht war told All thla ha ben dace with the tax tHs reduced t o G1 eonta and today your elate ttwiplef before the wwtW that mutt enviable JIG trotsdebt or abliffBtUn Fw It any In all the HMothootl of states era Wait of Such a aMetdlJ flnanalal oeadllUn Now Capitol A Mfrtlol that will eel IIJULOOO I nW water ratrfIllen and will W amtplelwl brfor the arplnllaI of the term f Ih present cute adntlntitratlan In rcbMimuralI tp iiiler and mechanical brleN II will hi In keoptny with th Itrnwih and story et eur 1 roud eommon v tallh Naw alter wave may tell b- 1wJC In IU rMra roars pontra lion from tee faao f he each yet will tIIIe ti MAMttl txAMIwf aland aa a loojUfHMM IH ill TUlvllly with which th lhmiNNllnkeMn Hare dliehArKtd the true eMmbleb to Item No Increase In Taw Rate InerIat Hi pr Mnt tale of UxiUon and Itbeen the ewH Iel U eemttlelvd the las die may w rwluevd Aa H member ef that aomlHloliNtktn 1 am inwitl uf in to nl tam proud of lit moixrlal do lftnmt I am ptoud of ill ownfld ne llMt boa Loa rvpad In It and that itie MMotMtmletl roatHtrooa at our mount stet1 sad bill taro beewm r fruitful lIeIIl tr the iRVwMmetit ef aapltol and prowl tier bwlne commerce and man ufHotur tales laid1 add their timidity bwn lH4r ecmMntie In the party In power sad iliat under th ale and sets rervallvv itoHtlaa of lltat arty tie bury Calm of Industry Ilend Ita HU Ie to th tar i CapitayI am proud ahv that the present ad tineMtrg4 awn in amount and per Mphever pW In euplsrt of tha ammo eHowt of Ira Male and that while great Isar It arrogated and claimed1 by Irei Mart HtvU for retmtatlon of lutes able railroad raloa peal ar greater tar map Ut aealmod for oar stare exee ultra and oOUIala for exerting the trH power of the Uw of Ih tat to scour to the people ot Kentucky Jut and reo enab1e rate sad ImpartialI Mrrle Item the rallrno4a within prlnelple tall attic to Use railroads and ih people Account of Stewardship Irrtw ande IIh klf your I rah occupied the poil llfo of a fNtWtr corvani Text yells aJ Tnaww sad Ira d N tMlf rrre uAuditor Hy vMaw of tea mo I IMV YalurIKM and AMrocnient M Avdltor I am IhtkIrstYI hey barn xMtulit wtUtout tar or hear to rlpalh all web lHterU la boar inlr Jest ami des firopjrilen at the Imrtoen of UMIIIH ami aftJ put tri rperI1 Mnl of the r veew laws and 10 vlata all In ulcer on an tlltHl rooung In the matter d lasailon Time wire of corporal francbu have bn materially lottol ha1eNsI1U H aroropM h4 wlthotH Mae Oft of ralpits Me with he law assert wlitah no proteot ran be realerreelWhit aeatspMblng three ruses It trig alwnyi been tRy fMlavor lo to aUinlnttr th le1wpalNhlNlkt Iola me aa to en eemraav ami Mvfl oapllalI lo Invott InI altha mot Rratlfyliii Inerea In foreign capi sal vMeli le Milng used MmMnir Imes moat Itere 8hHiM I rocotvo the neml nallcM awl bo 4 Tid to the mM lo which I aspire mr aiiltml will nUnxe Ibs l pJwraI will ace that tiro litor ho eommon weolth an ImHortloMy onroreotl without tear of favor M UMI Ibo pnot uhfMt et government aro aiiatood m Lear RI to all 1M oaalu of tea talc the rlehti of Nf Hborty properly awl the putcult- Of IMpplxeu CampaignwasHlt lb my tmrpove to conduct this oam IMlgn upon a high don and with a dlgnHy romitiMitMrato with the boocr tee ami Miltod poMllon to which ra ambiiion leade in to aerdeo Ko uonl Invwilvo or alfNee ahall ebar aterls WLnxet mitt far when thli potilml ta oMlad1 I want the vletor whet tr It In lslyetf or my opponent to have Iharrby aoaoTliw ultimate triumph over t- CrNtIMN rn my- Tbt M a contact for Hproraaey with Iin the tmo rait h uh ld and I Neal nl HO ImlHlHi Itiv triiniDlvr of eamiialgH arflat scramo1 lallan d uiiiwluii matorUI lo be utll xlteed uy the ltHiblleai In KDT Gen Hay Complaint My opiKmtmt Mr flays In hit open InK IIfIftII al New Coin drew 1 ae n oral lmlWmnt agalitm Iha Utmiocratk admlntvirailoM which In ares of Ireity IIse lures n mochlrio There are only t eharav In lite iMdlOtineot that the ataluref limitation tier tat run aoMlHM Iles tittarg vxrvpt the on icntml nthttram nM rive ear termed Notary renal I h moJ tanlnai ih adminlMratloH whfc term ctooid on tbo New Mla n Jan uonr irat vrhon tie cwt admlMeira Now of which Mr IIsI W a mmbcr a umd control of uNe train of the state In so Jhe nomlnailon for tale mass were made IIn IKrlmiir left n no prlnclplea er iMllele being nuncUlr o In a platform The manner In which thr attain ef the state were being condo cd by the Deinovratlc adnilnKtratlon wat promulgated aa the platform upon which Ooxflnua0 Oil AGI T tact Another Enterprise for Hick manA Lone Felt Need We have reliable Information this week of the organization of a new business enterprise for Hickman one which has been badly needed for many many year J F and MrnMilling Co have organized the lickman Grain Company and will erect buildings and install the latest Improved machinery on the grounds in West Hickman owned by J F and S L Dodds Co The two con cerns will be operated separately businessoapparatus will be installed which has been needed here a long time Under this arrangement grain will be brought here that has heretofore been carried elsewhere on account of the difficulty of unloading With this nix arrangement this obstacle will easily be overcome The two firms will buy cotton and grain on the other side of the river and will put in a gasoline terry to transfer the grain to this side Mr Dodds will go to St Louis thlweek to purposeThisThe new firm has already contracted about fifty thousand bushels of corn of this seasons crop The plant will busiI ness Work will begin at once on the buildings J F4r S L Dodds Co will also improve their gin to a certain extentIbefore the fall ginning begins New Cable and Extensive Repairs Nearly Completed The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company will have corn pleted in the next few days many extensive repairs and general over hauling including the establishment of Over 8000 fret of lead cable through the principal streets and thoroughfares cf the city A large number of linemen have been em ployed regularly for the last two months while making these improve ments and by the joint efforts of this company and its local accomo dating manager J1M+ Moore the city will be furnished better service than ever before Subscriptions ore rapidly increasing lad in a few years there will be but a few families without this necessary faculty Tragic Death of Little Girl Near Hickman Sadie Roberson the seven year old girl of John Robtrson colored lliving on the Val Carpenter farm a few miles below town was run over and almost instantly killed by a loaded log wagon Thursday even ingThe circumstances of this horrible tragedy are not positively known as there was no eyewitness to the affair but it is conjectured and probably the real facts that the little girl was swinging on the beam beneath the heavily loaded wagon and in some unknown way lost oar balance and fell beneath the front and rear wheels The Sprite weight of wagon and load averaging seme tour or five tons passed over her body lengthwise almost dismembering her body into halves The driver hearing her cries stopped the team but a moment too late for whirl He reached the side of the injured child he sax that it was lingeringrdeathh He carried the Little form back to her fathers home where she died shortly after No possible blame could rest with the driver in con nection with the accident as he was unaware of lit r presence until after the occurrence I III Both the white and colored friends therMiss Wootson Davis an accom pUshed vocalist and one of the most popular young ladies of Union CiU tell last week for Corning Ark 11 teach mutic She has a class f thirty Miss Davis deserves It highest indorsements Is a capb s and worthy lady and we wish hi the best of success i 4 I i II f iNij 0 1 IIPQ I i iii t I I III I 1 The leases on the four store buildings which we now OCCU t r satisfactorily we are forced to move To put all of our stoi impossible Consequently we have got to get rid of at leas S rooms we will then occupy require extensive alterations an in order to make such improvements OUR STOCKS IN T SIBLE AMOUNT for the work cannot be done with such s- Now you see our predicament We have got to move Extensive i now have into a smaller space We cannot have the improvements made Y sacrifice our goods and dispose of them at some kindl of price no ma H ON NEXT SATURDAY AUG 4th 0 II 4- E ILJi i N ir r- I Y REMOVAL- r an 0 j 1ff t 1 JO tiA It0 Jir E 4Rd I f THAT WILL GET RID OF THESE ft AROURI 1 HH- HardwareStoves Ranges Saddlery Harness Collars Bridles Cutlery Tools i and Building Hardware Mowers Freezers Coolers Hose Queens if ware Glassware and everything in our Hardware Department O R- HH Mens Boys and Chilclnii and Caps Mens and BOY S wear Etc Everything in th UI GOODS WILL ALL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES THAN WE OR 01 iL II GUARANTEE Clot llTHE We guarantee every purchaser entire satisfaction and will take bask or refund the money on any purchase unsatisfactory for any reason ELLISON MERC 1 I IIIIc1MAN h U All I S J i L a- p t t p now very soon and as we are unable to renew them f he space which we will have in our new quarters will be f f of our present stock before we move Then too the menu which must be done before Fall Goods arrive and OMS MUST BE REDUCED TO THE LOWEST POSIt we now have on hand ind improvements must be made We cannot move such stocks as we f 5 stock in the way Consequently there is nothing for us to do but to the loss may be For these reasons we have decided to begin at onceiif 0 Continues for Next Six Weeks aI I i t I ILEr + I SAT SOME KIND HT A Ip ItCmli 1 L r I THE ept uts and Pants Ovcra11J nclerwear Hosiery Neck cirtment I t EVERYTHING IN THE Dry Goods Deptrr i Dry Goods Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes and Slipperstt I Millinery Dress Goods Linen Goods White Goods Laces and Em broidery Skirts and Waists Rugs Mattings Notions and everything in the Dry Goods Department I IVE EVER OFFERED SIMILAR MERCHANDISE IN ANY RECENT SALE 11 ICASH These goods to be Sold FOR CASH ONLY and nothing will be charg ed except to regular charge customers in the Grocery Department INLE COMPANY IrIvtJcE- p I j iii K 4J L A l Iu 1I U u Hickman Furniture Company Makes Announcement We the undersigned owners of 1theentire capital stock of the Hick man Furniture Co Inc announce to the public that we will continue the business at the ild stand Tyler building next door to the postoffice That we will add to our now large stock new and elegant designs 01tr furniture of the latest styles That we have purchased a handsome funeral car of the latest design and our undertaking depart ment will be found to be one of the largest and best equipped in Western Kentucky Our Undertaker is always on duty rooming in the buildI Ing and ready to answer all night calls Call bell on the bark door Telephone No 20 Respectfully- S L Dodds PresII jno R Bryant Leon D Smith Sec Treas Joe Polhamus J W Cowglll H L Amberg- C 0 SmithcR L AmbergI A Compliment to One of our Business Menff The following quite a compliment to one of our business men Is said by Editor Jim Brice of the Troy j 1 News Banner I Among the young men of Obien county who have marked success t in life and who have perused the tenor of their way with singleness of purpose till success has crowned their efforts Is Arch Caruthers of t Hickman Ky son of Lawson Caruthers Esq of Union City Some dozen years ago he was struggling along la Union Citywith a small restaurant but moved to Hickman in search of greener pas i lures for his business This move was the turning point in his career He soon saw that more spacious and J more inviting quarters were ne Ii cessary to his growing business and t with improvements put in a small gasoline engine with which to run his Ice cream freezers later a larger engine to run his dynamo t from which to get power for his lights and tans Soon he had con tracts to furnish power for fans to other people till this item of his business alone became a good source o venue His conduct as a citizen has been such that the people of liickman have elected and consider him one of the most efficient t members of the Board of Mayor and Alderman Recently the capitalists of Hickman organized a large ice manufacturing Co and Mr Car uthers on account of his genius for mechanics and his business capacity has been put at the head of this enterprise He is ably assisted in his private business by his younger brother Lawson Caruthers Jr in Col and Mrs Wm Winston ndeMisses Mary Sharp Askew and r Kizzie Hairstrom all notable resla adtntsguests of Capt H A Tyler at histI palacial residence on Oakwood FarmtI Col Winston and Capt Tyler have been life long friends serving on therJ IIbutsame staff through the Civil War i j sit surrounded by peace happiness or aid plenty talking of those glorious years from 41 to 65 in their hearts they feel the truth of the adagein Peace has iits attainments hitfremainreturnt ipg to their Mississippi borpeu Th city of Hickman is justly In proud of its unusual accomodations and facilities but especially so in iegard to the pure cool water supply which Is now furnished the city through the efforts of progressive 9 HardlyaJayremark In very pleasing terms of hour unexcelled aqua pura Along of step towards metropolltinism L has been accomplished e Clifton Steele of Martin Tenn Ill has been his JGg reputation of being the only student j who has ever received 100 per cent in all studies at the Vanderbilt II University at Nashville E I II I I I It to I f It I I I THE A Sof E COLUMN I t I r I r I I I I lANES H SAUNDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet as follows t Hickman tat and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and fth Tuesday 3 p m Montgomery 2nd aed 4th Wednesday 3 p m Cayce 1st and 3d Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets lit and 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Every one is cordially Invited to at tend these meetings I met a good friend last week who thinks that it is wrong to organize lietlike all others admits tbatt he farmer has been oppressed and needs help but he has been oppressed by mono polies and trusts so muoh that he is opposed to all combination for power Yet we all acknowledge that in union there is strength Kentuckys motto says United we stand we fall Our forefathers to clear forests tell logs raise houses build forts stockades clear roads and work them and fight Indians We united In bands of minutemen to fight for indepen dence Who suffers more than we in frontier wars in all our wars with French English Spanish and Indians Although our parent left the Old Dominion to be free to hunt bear deer and buffalo in the forests and to worship God under our own vines and shade trees according to the dictates of our own conscience yet we found it necessary to unite for power to fight the savages and to protect ourselves from foreign powers As we were a stubborn liberty loving people the national government was disposed to let us enjoy our freedom but we found it necessary to call ten conventions and knock long and loud for admittance into the federal union to help us with the power of thirteen sister republics who really liked to be free themselves but totally concluded that they needed even Kentucky to help the central government So our western neighbors and friends have united with us for the sake of power to trope with the mighty armies oif kings and queens united we are one of the mighty nations of the earth through union The preamble to our constitution says We the people of the United States in order to form a more per fect union establish justice insure domestic tranquility provide for the common defense promote the generalwelfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America But is Justice establishedwhen a few men called a board If trade sit consultation and set the price of bushel of corn wheat oats and rye raised in the country yea nd every pound of beef pork and mutton without so much as asking farmers who produce all these by your permission Labor all labor has the Godgiven to protect itself Whether it i labor of the factory the mines the counting room the printing office on the farm the same alienable t right exists The factor in creating in remodel g in making wholesome for the body in making beautiful the eye or pleasant to the is the fundamental factor and mere fact of its primary position 1 the order of life should make it first in line of protection and the j division of returns from successfulI results This is the natural viewpoint j of all wellmeaning honest j equitable men But there is an element in the comnercial life of I the world a barnacle rather that I engrafted itself on the produce the earth a sapsucklng unholy I godless thing that is holding up and t gorging itself on labors portion t This thing is the soulless nonpro ducing consciousless speculator on farm products It is ill gains turned loose to the detriment of the producer It is the wealth of the inequitable thing manipulated to throttle equity 1 Boards of trade as now run are the L I 1lmake room for Fall Goods to Which we are now receiving dally oil We Will Selfl AtaGreat SacrificeP- rice for Cask Jtll Summer GoodsI Menfand Boys Clothing Shirts Underwear Straw Hats Ladies and Childrens Slippers Lawns Shirt Waists Belts Ladies Hats Etc Etc Baltzer Sr Docfafa Hickman Kentucky devils workshop engaged in forging profits for the nonproducing claw from the uuults of honest labor It is the greatest blight in the body economic a danger that threatens the very life of the farming in dustries of America It is a bold fearless devilish power that often defies the laws of the municipality and the state It has no base in Justice and honor and exists simply because of the indifference and former neglect of the one power that can dethrone it the grand majestic sweeping strength of cooperative production of organized farm in terest and farm labor Its injustice has grown because justice has been blinded its inequity has been tolerated because there were none who raised the cry ot equity because the Individual farmer was impotent in his feeble strength r This is the condition that has obtained under inaction the natural result ot indifference and neglect en the part of the producers It Is the flattering of the unworthy male the deserving ones those who pare all along been putting forth their strength laboring honestly and continually on the farm have grown coin in purse and crib It is illustrative of the old proverb of saving at the spiggott and wasting at the bung holeIt The farmer has been shortsighted in the matter of marketing his produce He has plowed and sowed and reaped and then dumped the fruits of his labor into the lap of the conscienceless speculator who has not hesitated to manipulate the market to his own selfish ends after allowing the farmer an inadequate portion And thus has come about the holdup of labors portion In this way thf1 inequity all along pre vailed until now after a realization of the unfavorable conditions an awakening on the part of the producer that is becoming general cooperation and organization is be ginning to obtain when it should have been in existence years and years ago A demand Iis now being made by the farmers for a release of labors portion and an equitable distribution of the rewards of hemae- tindustry and thrift The question the agitation anti the demand for equitable prices know a vital issue one on which the farmers everywhere can and must unite to their mutual benefit The issue Is sharply defined and the fight is now on Labors portion In the returns for the produce of Ameri can soil Is now at stake A long pull and a strong pull is now being made to rescue the farmers crops from the grip of the gambler and it needs only united effort to succeed Let labor hold bank her portion for once let the men who grow the crept store them at home as largely as possible thus letting the market manipulators waste away for the want of subsistence and the victory is won No one has either the moral or the legal right to put a price on the pro tube of the farm but those who grow it and for this principle every American farmer should hold out till the last dltoh The producers can win They are sure to win in the long run for they have equity on their side and they have crops on the farms where they were grown The thing to do iv to make the storage at home as great i as possible and the offerings as mnagre as financial conditions will permit and then it will only be a question of a short time until the dealers will come to the producers and gladly pay the price the latter shall have put on the product of their labor And then it will come to pass thai labors portion will be delivered up to the hands that wrought it and not beheld pp by intermediate parties who have no legal claim on it either morally or commercially But the question is Is it right to organize for power Our forefathers fled from political and religious persecution and formed thirteen colonies These colonies were competed to unite for power to maintain their liberty Washington never could have gained our in dependence iIf these eotoflie had Mt wilted ftr power ORe of the obk jects of the constitution was to proK wide fir the common defense another waste eUMtefc Justice It surely Is not Justice for a few MM producer to rule and go ere the wages of ten million laborers We have slept en our rights and suffered them to be token away Our fore fathers united to defend theirs bet h political and religious Our Savior himself came to cat to orgunis his church for He said to Peter On this rook I will build my church and the Rfttec of hell shall not prevail against It After he had prepared the foundation for this tfauroh had boon cradled and risen from the dead lie said AH power it given unto me 1IB heaven and In earth Then if t was right for our forefathers t unite for power to protect our liberty and right for the apostles to unite un ier the dlnctlon of the Savior to save our souls why can It be wrong for us to unite to protect what t Justly our own The Book tenches that If any provide not for his own and specially for thou of his own house he hath denied the faith and Iis worse than an infidel It We are revising our subscription list Recently we sent out state meats to those whose subscriptions have long since expired We wilt1 print the paper on a ooshinadvince plan and when your subscription expires will discontinue unless you ask us to keep sending it If you do not want the paper AndwmI kindly inform us we will gladly scratch your name but please dont be mean enough to take the paper two or three years and when asked to pay for it put it back into the postoffice and ask the postmaster tto mark it refused as has been the cue with a number Mistress Odell of Beaumont Tex alter visiting her brother J O BazneBleft last week forSt Lout and Desmoiitcs Iowa to spend the remainder of the summer c J T 1 iif Notice to PatrotM of HIC man Ice it Coal Co TO OUR PATRONS t We are using effort tetca and Water Plant leased city and to do this we wilt urge prompt collections All of our bills will be and payable on the tintr t month at our office whichirsilly domiciled al the II Marble Works building are not paid by 5 oclock j a the tenth of each monthIt taken for granted that it III t trpns wish that we ellaf 4 service and the shut off wi11l b without further notice MI dered after the 10th of t must be accompanied with l for lights and water in a both ate to be used and II a ef the bill for that monthewith any amount that ma a past ninths bills The s made for turning off andIi a the event our plumber aI dan has not made cut offII the rule will appllst In tome cater It might hIt venient for us to have t i made promptly and for thi we wish the rule to applyI as If the work had been dor Sprinkling should be i In the morning and late ofa InK and patrms pert s sprinkling throughout theii will be charged extra an e the approximate amount weedD3 net allow your hyiz s stand open when not in 11 it creates a NtetaM waste of w bencAts M OB II oe for pri ikHog must with a monde Ute same ai w qiurwl by the oily You are retot l to foil J children watting tk water w tprinklliif hose There wilt be M dUtkrtirn i lathe appHtatten of these rubs i we beg tto state that we ate not lag any of them at arty m Si but to the public generally It k simply a iNMinets propoiit t with us ami we uk your heath opcraUoH ta atotoitog M in tr j the system a success SttCCOMtoiH nnOaAt tvryrr 5 to the ptiWte that have not e tore been eatpyod and with nlfleent supply of lead pure inn water tn harM moans ha the community at large Http viand you wilt be fc f yMraolvos Your friend f4 HltCMAXlCKGA ticClayton Items Last Weeks Item i Mr Fred Pinion and wit to Illoxman Monday nom tto Mr and Mrs i garsmorning A I Mr Bob Catdwell of Brow Itwas pooling through this n 0Dr Self Is holding a mfr mile south of Rogers School Mrs Mildred King of H is visiting her brother Harry IMr Hurtle Green and MIi Kirk were out driving SunU There will be singing anon the ground at Antioch nfti day Mr A E Caldwell and n attended church at the ocher night Mr Dill GlfdcwcJI and mi tended the artier meeting night Messrs BuqkEskew and I Howard have been haulingIi wheatMr Herman Qloar and M r Jennie Cambcll were married nesJay Mr Bill Jacobs of Middle r nessee Is visiting his son I Jacobs Messrs Herbert and I r Glidcwell visited their sister J K Dawson last week Mr and Mrs J F Dawson vJ the guest of Mrs Dawson and mi r Mrs Cora GUdewcll Sunday I I t M atItiHnkrr wary ex inbiMKf of burning lnntinc- MI 1Ift enMtfervallriil and mummy ik d ihv Irailln JlmmeiorlfilM- imlttMlralleri 11ii that Hta- ii thrl Utfi riii Mr Hay andF it ue 1efe lHled lijr ih tareHi- i rxitvtd by a part ticket to I- tt t jMarMr er n emtury HUM tttLA ywlthfhrr official 1 MM lh fireSonl I5te admlnl rMM f to eJmlnnier the N t itr lrle wtih A double reipon- ii iMljr 10 tfie tnieraia uf Ken r thr rvprvitnlwllvc i hoy 1 U 10 all ihd Iwdple of uu Hale u I Haf lnlprtd that coin fiMM parly IHI pwpio to d I u HwKng at set doing anc D tr litI iTufwM tif rt111Naln ttIeaylfttf lhftt II M HKMh state1 I II III tiMH 10 iwrrecl WhlliI e IMr my11 if t Ip oldster 1- 1L in aata t tilt claim her Iht if t ut In till ftdinliilitrallviI 4 nre bratighi lu thrlr dltehar- gi 4M jMluiHl t4 which w eI Me Still law UlMliaiKnl thw 4I 41k AH egie IIwa1e I lh W I 1 1 Nisi INs Pirlll6 publIc vnCI f y mWi Jttlin St lb slate u w Ii err his a fair row LH eptnab tB Mr iiui in u ere who bout with Ne final I pee lit hit ap Halm If- e I HlVIJ It stale be IrmN- It t sap iJIWM1r etme Sri mainly illrtolK I ri hd el tmbllo punting t t IftcrwiM at tea and a ui waulflRi trill LaidI aKtw fB Clft etch In ahl 1 to rey lQ yttNk iiI thus PuntingJ tat4 aiaiM UW 1 8JifrttwH tae xr t w 111Mi IldWIalawl- r by 4t a 11111Ic Ma 19 ifrtftl iw1N-M Sb AalfrlerMe NtMINg hIr tr lx11117 IYgINt r- lt o list elaa+ rtr t wrf k AIM dNortrsll hair7 7tttrrd Nts llitaI drf t 1- I IM 1 1M tkN Allttte- kIa11 Ue aMl II r IU 1 111 Ia 54 5 i H j i j SIIHHH d by MM C 4 MHl aMMeNwI of rt MM4 fC t MM Ip r xrI- oM +Ig11tl 455 NIW 1 n1 4- It yqg Car uNder Ih t hrlnn IM NHKt 4e will eetwde- famp +r I e IeMlar- 1r1 c wNl M I r lbsrw1- Nw IA- y N I ttI f1 t eV I a5M7 Sr I a k IIA HIMI she rest i n AI Ml r 4WHtMWtf M by j t I M ls 6efaI JttwMt- I eel I r r u ItrMtt ht wk us I I drsrye i ii hit qlrD I f INJIJ QM KM n- TlMlCM4rt j ref I S 1 t 711 ltlt KJ i kr l r hiyj M4 prrrlte9r a h 11 wllft 61 4tre N a be to tr din Ni rirtw hi Ms th IhM Ihr t rr rfAC HMMIt hi t 1rM in 1h arterrulr t Nsl u N to pm I MM Ie wrr iM 1rreII th C1Mi1 of AIif I rr 4rb hm hu ttrt Ara I ewe S fertMBM CfhllMI IkR- Ii IM M MBiMtatrt the town + rwrrIat 1H idlers at IWI Isl IBM fc MH M t Hir M IMAM tint huh trIUinl be n eehtehm 01 U site aM thIate Cartel1 and Architect Fees i leccMty referred ta the work a mr1me i hi prwrldlng a plan to ii tM wH iMHll In Ken tie a wptl rn Ming worthy i filMtlMH nf her papte Ai fluff oncmiii II Ii that IttllIPf tR M te M nit N N tIN ISM ottftI1U ptana MyIr tir Uvttvii Hh a 111 ltlrmtdng a eomptHInn nf- i IWfcmX FV rtr fir mere pub flarSete ihd t Mrd Hun den I4 wts tar his plan an n4t4 lit ape the plan of wwM have praved Is IIt nf critter fir mire eonNete- eIrNM Wire phMa4 te MS ky M etlNI1 In character lndear gnitleman af the real nM anlliled to Ib very Ira h nult r of constructing II e Hd not Interpret It dally e hit It rat Ketng stout ta eh nr Hen ult but lo get ti Hun matt rial and flnlh a nr I enISINg a null that would nAwtuae work U allrtled nc to II the magiiineent new hotel to I rtHr 1 at I Hilpvlll and ontf eanitrucil n at Cincinnati le eptrtdllnn b of the very bent Ilet 1 The feei t11 ba paid fo1 r 1 er thin Iha pre etll 1 f Anrlirn ApaStsllun of Archl buildIdotsiwtvtnnt nf ihu sum I tiel eonlplellneI li11 H tn txi poMlbla that thee4 have hired a chap archltert ui herrmaterial and clnTt haveacurl hat II i and In nilbW pnit act Ie olInllrtr1 nniocraoy of economy IIn prndliure but I do nnt Ih to TtI- lbatrtruprIpaonomymwrannben ia lfi ha Itn4Ity aa ivatubl fut rlnt ndenc Increase of Taxation t Wpmpnl that her hse bee 1 r t- aIa tn h amount of revenue col I 11551rut4I 1 wtlon In going Ate k r the ume1 Ir I In Merril s5 Nn 1 t IndlvlduRcltltrn In 1114 SlatatV of the t u trln natural euN exlrrlencd In r 5 C or lndUurr It would tie ala Lwtrlne shtat1 ubll5sllop mat r the incrB lnic b It IU not populalet1140 erar4 ri1eM M YsI aaA that lr0 tbt ot everything the star ereNJar mull buy her Tlr Iln 1 thAsthe obit r5lion and dull Incumbent upon the utnee In auditing clalmi rrcctexpenditure The IamIanbothcome and how It shall be ernAUxtraoMlnary ipendllure during m term of offlr by special HpproprlatlontI uf the tegl1tur 0Ihan Lexinglu10rrU odytJWConfederat Horn and by Incmailng t chool term hum err to dx1 month aiwell rlionhI1I1I1IWhll iiiKhoIIICth xlr1 a fitM inn JMlJUINiue1AuditoraI oII 1 I or pending I7o for the purpot of pro viding a repreeentatlon of Kentucky odlencedlndrtatHintIhthet 1rur cutsVIIIlbIappropriation of tliuo annually In w sllgrvt sodh t ntar I Vorawlb VepletWItl objection x t aelnrt the apprupriatlan mJt lot h Mem of tM Confederate Yet ranl la hie ef the gallantry and chivalry two member of th Dial LecUlatur Iipe4enl I Ierhi I f I trap ef a rich Suit prud eemmenwealtb the herbci whoa ors au ben ever I tabOMaclu provider 1 am pertuaded that generous Ken ItwkUii Val not lliten with wuatlN I IRVIertto ok aeldler or nUrged ewn tlbeh Other appropriation made hve brnle the- t7Rnkfrl penitentiary In ltit1auiPrankf rt iwiriienilary In ftwf 10t aliteu Pr Lakeland AsIota IM W6 tL Itir KAI Ahll1 la Iyt4 1 I lr Raiicrn AvfHim In l- rW IS Weitern Asylum U tM 1It making Ib turn ef USUHL mentioned by m I- teralIIe expenditure under the three heals of pauper Idlala sNmla proceoittuAn and NhSla la IO6 an appearUpauper Mleta Hoe I S- LSupt Wtrte IM 1tlAn luereaie In ebb tutu of practically ttt per hat a- In IML for criminal protrtitloa tsars II In IM far orimlncl pfvwtutlona bt rrrlaAn Inereai ef Nnootltntt nIni Of tb total IaetN of x ndlturi under lh1R three heed la th cum ef u 11rt4e than M per tent or tls Mi IIi increase la ho amount paid t MtlAoiHI Ibye willing to go en record thrdtHiltHo InilltutlAn ef IM Stale Ilr + lan of appropriation fur public clerhlaot aI1 CM ef keeping pa lr Idiot or son dueling nlmlnal preoeeutlen rr u hold tar the admlMilratlan of whleh be IIs a member cnurabl or r ex iibl Iliat w ths eet La not IeTI am eresad te none In Mlhreenr to4j e rtnelple that public m M a pn kI lnit and that money tikrr trim the pocket of the people1 fw ih adminr te tratlon of Ilia affair ef go e rwmeflt it trust aered In Its natiere aRd art a II JailorI should be cxpeenlrd except In oW dlenc lo law and that ctrlet c eneniy hu4 t ob nred In pubMe expendl tuna w- MI welcome every r ferm In aUrolnli trail methods that will rdy the sail ef gevemment lo the IIII lilt rasa artrltof nefe iiy retail large expenditure of money That Three MI mi hall b care r tly and net unneevnarily expended iHHild be the chief roneern f Its icrv w adAII Jutal riponiiblllty b+ People With reference lo attorneys tae ot shish an Ilrr erwkr het the burden f bl complaint might seem directed te d mey III effioe I have only ibis to lay that ilnce 1exming Into ufflce aa Auditor I bar paidI atlorncya fate on contracts In tIM mount ef I7M All othr tees allowed i ald ears brie en voucher mad- ther by the prrpnt Attorney fJener al Governor or In punuanee of pre a contract made by my prdeeor In of Th attorney r tees of which h I peak arose oulul transactions prior th lime 1 becaiit Auditor I hue no direct personal knewledg In regard them but am aatlined that the sort charged fur wen rrndrred and amount asked reaionabl rlr my de erus predoior would test haY al lowed them CIaaryntl war sic1 a subject ef ledila Is e Inquiry The committee alter hear f- Ing 1 all the evidence made a report e nrallng mt fawn any blame wing lht following language ill waa ihnwn to by undented itatcment that Ih t Auditor knew nothing about rilhrr tie- greement l madi between Halmon an- hompson d nr that Franklin was leaoXfig per month to the allow of lb nua that formerly held the poMllon flan Hay tIi in error iniofar as b4 claim there hu twin an Increase of Ih elate In running this department he department tar a number uf year iexiwnAW more money for clink hire lhaji been uced during my yraenl rrr Auditor Heretofore wisest eats club were newletl It was paid out the department fund and charged as e Ira clerk hire but the preccnt commit lbaa legality of this procedure aikcd for an ppropriatlon ot tlbu and received It no time however was fhb araunt sed KOO each year lbeing turned Into O- Ihe state traiury The legilatlv atrtI tention war Weal dlrKlrd la the Iniur IIIC Department tSi found that departi ment managnl ml In our opinion It ould be managed that there xrr ne ore help In that diriment than x necenary and that the ulaflca were rcavonable and Juit It ha Wen raid that I hay Wen m laws wau aall err II C J clway for other Awenrfe aoarMri 1m Hot her lo UpUt wtlh hay- e tnfthlneii or flint of say c1Jain lyho aiplre I 0 the oftta on which my ambition are ned There raft U iinydon raliol that In this Hal tamed Vbroughout its history for Itt abl Inn thn t ate many Democrat worthy d dwnriig who would nil with honor ihniWyeanyI t Pn and the KXperlene derived dual IhuM yean would enable tne tIN batto maul tho acllng obligation nl eAltStrcutlrr la calling upon to ailumit As to whither or not I have hotI diektmy ord will disclose Ae a servant of my I obyIIrequestevery t 41CnnlchatsItart the eamiKilgn that year the rultfit which tnaJta InJIUII J pand Ihn retort was u I hay tated a morIn making this statements I do not rtIb totnatvictory ertlNebehIn my a metenlandI palsr Democratic Pees And parebreuhauImlXlIIblIhrpmJIIIIIdrrI1I hlullr J hlch they are entitled far their part i be IrlamVbrWhatever n may have at lertdnl the greet party to whleh I ow AlvofJ Ne ver faltered In I alltinnIji M bat n5vp befallen It and to premet th ueei arnl triumph tt Democracy iI 4bettICand nlSUKrtwks t xe11No t slatrhr I et Am rlean State When Ih untold reiourcra of leer majestic mountainilMlt be eemnlerIbea pJpiArtoIIlGhlr I ConenSnw ISeInI I Ih liblalch1 leastfituYlhat tsprhuabandry a propbly hocdHinted buepitaMty bn mad for ua a j OsdiIgenvrvwi HnpvlM ef human l cenHallty boomn the tempt aiKy wafMp fer the truly great and noDl ih pail hft gallant aWlrnn4 plc ra carved veil of the traklt lidjj i an earthly paradli far the drills place ef Ooda ilehly anointed and Ih graves rf thw Illuitrleua dead ar pan a theuuand hlllc QMrated wit I froMm snInrf our beu llfui l M htr In whatever fuActKm ey havv IMWH ealled to rtlelwtlis thn the falreit f the tall vied IInatured rmpelhln llN Juitlt I aim tf hive the inol butlfui women hat harp g4irtDxly vtRdUaled- Vhed w Mlwl uNM lira greatneei t of our SMrlwe Htate Ih proud cltltew rMp ra i eMl rf Itrave men sat fair men tIM graiidiHir of her aevfterr the waNh ttl her rr 1lteer lAr gvner I My ami tn iltaHty tlr her people1 tht IMIMUI I tarr of AHHlshly Qod In wrtl tag UMM ker e M ami Ihr honorable M+ nr markMig err Nnrea ant eare f am Irsi tllaa b It a nNltr einlrr thai H ibwtM Iw the mWIIrcny man to beewm II Oewrner oral Ite tae t IerllsaeJ with Ita Idlaa r and YtrSt ThrtMed ai every Kettiurklan tIt be In rrMMilrig he 11lOr ber I Mel and In the enr 1u+ rNftirestory In IM rent we rosy pu to s1gl t thenmlHen tlr pwple snider Ilaw JuMlir a smli tet red w that crlm thai U r Mrmtowl sad punll ml with fhi tuntAYrt levtvd than M nuteaary lu rn eniiomteal all ffietnt oilmlnbHrmian f the law with ea1Wa11 retaliates iib llthed between wealth and tabs aifi the lahti ef each cat guarded with tiln lNvrr i of uKrlcullMral rammervlai and imlHiirtal wealth with the lmi iing lenfotd liMYa e et Ih mineral reeneiIWi great Hill and multiplied Rn irnt wtatln tht ref to tb WAIUAI markeii IIr tIN cwintry Kcntittky IIi earn l lake her rightful leaderhi In material and commercial pruiire Till ti numeration ef nerdy material is drrn glory that Shall eem to be young mend women r he Stal swatting In treated p erlunlllei tar education and lin rrement Th rallying cry In mar ballingl lilt fore IIi that In he dawn1 n r Ihr Twentieth Century It b better the children ihould W unborn than unltaught suit that with Ihe whleh from ho abumlaace ef her r orrra the stale can pravld that II hall by the enetn of all the people and the hlMhot umnINlan ef the Demo party te edueal elevate and tlm It our entire cltUenihlp until It ihall wIN1y ampa M1 or IW ablJlnt q arlng men and women who shall male whlern the Lunt our Ud gave unto our falser from whom xe have received It In iruit that It may be Improved In Its tranimli Ion to our children asset Ih children of our nhlldren My fellow Dmocrala I bellev lh eur my Ile wual lo preeent and tutor rtipontlbllltlt Involved In directing affair of ibis great Blato lbtreaf thatcaJ lulus I am before you tie a candidate tflrYI quYrtnur Tot I big you to hatters the caudldat of any man or eel of min I ontpI I theaJr1rotof lbxiopl with a pledge to nerve the Inter na of the Htat and nil the peuple ilititild sorrels cruwn hla ambition to be your Governor h therefore uk uurhearned contlderatlon f my canvas cxproiloii of relit fre tint 1111a In the coming primary rrdand your dvy lu hoe your landed of CISilion and whaer vMIet you may tender I thai cheerlllly novel It a+ the rxU to the cncrgle of my helntf to Iniure the triumph of the ticket lhJ you In your overJen wliiirmi guy rrtes to porn lpl ab 1Yvb t II41444II I I l4ti44I I II 1i41IiI I I FROM THE LOCAL FIELD I + +110 ttt 11 +Pay yoir taxes Let us hour your back sub icriptlon R inI wasert- t School will begin in HIckmanI Monday Sept 3rd J W Rankin of Martin was ii- ickman inI Tuesday itii Peter Hepner of Union City was in Hickman Tuesday L C Hennihgs of Martin was in Hiokman on business this week Mr and Mrs A A Fariti re turned from Dawson Springs last week Attorney Tom Smith of Fulton was on the streets a few days this week thetrr l money Clintonnin Hkkman i Miss Ella Louise Ikmdurant visited Mrs Hardy Ltgon in Union City last week Mrs Gertrude Henry of New Madrid Mo is visiting her father Mr E E Reeves Uniosin s brother last week Can you keep a secret Shaw Bettersworth sell groceries cheape- than anyone but it is no secret IWillie Woods formerly a member J of the baseball league playing here 1 last yenr was in the city Friday t Dont forget to go to Shaw Belterswortbs when you come to town Groceries cheaper than the cheapest Mr Hiram Edmistom of Fulton e 1 gavn scription The home of Night Police Ham monde was entered Sunday night by burglars Mr Hammonds was re lieved of 900 Tom Holcombr returned to his J business ar Greenville Miss alter II- a short visit with friends and rela five in the city J Mr and Mrs A O Caruthers returned from Dawson Springs Sat unlay after a twoweMcs visit at this famous health resort extPlace let Cornet book Hale man Band Return to AI Hunzt ker and receive rewardIMr W C Johnson wife and weekrs vacation at Dawion Springs They will return some time next week f Quite a number of their tiiends enjoyed a party at the home of Mr and Mrs Porter Shumate Saturday night and according to those present was an enjoyable affair To WHOM IT MAY COHOERH I have a red Durham bull which I tistand at 1 cash with service Satisfaction guaranteed or money re turned M A McDaniel Hickman anrdt the country home of Capt 11 A Tyler one day this week where the apt is entertaining some guests It Miss Marie Brevard who has been visiting friends at EddvilleC Ky returned last week to resume her duties She reports a highly interesting visit to the state peniten tasty while in the city 1One of the large double thickness of uiglace fronts in the postoffice was broken out FrIJay last by some oung men while scuttling There will be but small lots as the glass front In the entire building was covered by insurance If you are going to send your bo away to school be sure to place in a school that does honest ork one Ifoal enforces strict and looks after the welfare Us iudenis at all times Th training schools are the best schools steal young boy Write to Cobb Nichols Dresden Tenn for cola fuc rr T L Do TH Eat 3 TkcaYeu Want IheHGSTlI IM3I111V II AM IT I I have moved to the Samaria stand opposite the depot and am prepare to serve meals and lunches in an u todate manner Open from 5t a m to 10 JO p ro IWDinner 1130 to 1OO Full line of Confections Cigars c L J3 PERRY Len Shaw of Mayfield is inhe oily Best cigars in the city Vans Pool Room J C MoRee of Union City was here this week A fine line of hardware at Shaw 3 Bettersworths C W Calhoun of Union City was hole yesterday Chester Bondurant was in Uni City one day last week B C Walker of Fulton was InI town on business Tuesday Clifton Steele has returned home at Martin after a vltlt here Sliced Watermelons and Cante 1lopes on teeVans Pool Room Mr J H Cayce of Cairo w iin Hlokmiu Tuesday at the LaCledet Honest thorough work is it motto of The Cobb NIhols Schooli Mr II Davis of near Moscow was the guest of his son B T Dayis this week- Hambergera Egg Sandwiches Sandr wishes Cold Soda etc Vans II Room The Cobb Nichols School is t training school pjre and simple n icatchpenny methods no sheer nis t courses Misses Selma and Annie Lan I caster of Paragould Ark visits their cousin Mrs James TownsendI last week Dresden is an ideal place for a training school It Is a quiet andl cultured ctmmunlty with no badI associations Lee Schlenker of EatnO is In Hickman He will stay at t Jewelry store while his brother iis on his vacation Miss Stella Salmon returned from Jackson Tuesday While away she visited the Cave and attended Street Fair at Selmer Tenn Sheriff J T Seat and Goalder Johnson witnessed t ecution of the negro Allen Mathis at Mayfield Tuesday The colored folks of Hickman and towns will hold their annual Emancipation CelebrationI Aug 8 in West Hickman Rev H C Johnson has returned from his summer vacation and will1 preach at the Methodist chop Sunday morning and night Mrs Emma Stephens and MissI Nina Glenn left Wednesday for lluntsville Ala where th ywillI spend the summer at Monte Sano Mrs D WS Ambergand mother Mis Riley went to Chicago thisi week on account of the death Mrs Rileys brotherinlaw They will probably be gone two Miss Annie Ellison entertained the bachelor girls Monday night Peachi cream was served to the guess is said that one girl didnt gett there until llater and that Miss Ninai won everything STRAYED One male hog black weignt about 150 pounds mark upper half crop in right earmark no in left ear Any intormati sold hog will be appreciated by M A McDaniel Hickman Ky The Fulton Commercial says that1 Geo L Carpenter exsheriff off Fulton County was in the cil Thursday George is looking we 1 and is opposed to all trusts monopo diy Troy the liberties of the people You do nothftow what possibilitiesi are in your boy With proper training he may do you great honor tettoi Dread n the home of eminent ment where he may receive honest iin I struction in The Cobb Nicholsi School j Tara Glasler spent Sunday with friends in Columbus beenIMr J H Mlllett and wife are visiting in Tiptcnvllle Lunches preUMr J H Saunders has been In Graves County the past week Mr Lydwell Garner of Union City was in the city Tuesday on business Mr Lee Atwill of Route 4 will Lexeington Ky Miss Dufie Bruer left Monday for a visit to relatives in Memphis and Little Rock Mr and Mrs Otis Townsend are boyIeBorn July 29th Mrs Maggie Randle returned home Friday from a visit to her daughter in Fulton r1Chips given with all J or overhand games Chips good for any thing In the home Vans Pool Room Mrs Delia Pickett and little son of Batchlor La is at home on a visit with her mother Mrs L L Oakley- s John Richards came up the river Sunday from Caruthersville with thee crowd of Hickmanites returning the same day- WantedTo hue a white man with small family Will pay good prices See me six miles east of Hickman on slate road Israel Clark PoolTyler Beale and mother have re- turnedt home from a two weeks visit MartinaTennitanooga and Ashville N C The Cobb Nichols School located at Dresden Tenn begins Sept 4th One of its principals Mr Nichols who was here Wed nesday tells us the prospects for the coming term is very promising Mr W B McGehee of Route No 4 near Cayce was In town this week and subscribed for the Courier He Is well pleased trite the position hexe take in the A S of E movement Success to the movement and its members is our wishtt The large party of Dickman young people who left Wednesday for a steamer trip to Memphis returned Sunday morning on the Ferd Herold pleasanthecity river Mrs Mattie Prather and Misses Ruth Ellison and Virginia Prather were in Chattanooga and on Lookout 1 Mountain this week where they were met by Miss Virginia Luten They will return to Huntsville Ala to spend the balance of the summer bThe Woodmen unveiled a monu ment at Cayce Sunday to the memory of Will Walls who died sometime ago Five lodges took part in the ceremony and the Hickman brass band led the procession It was a notable event in the history of the order in this part of the country tA party ot pleasure seekers left yesterday morning for Reelfoot lake besgone seveial days r Mr and Mrs Roy McKinney Misses Sadie and Rebecca Smith of Paducah Mr and Mrs SB Parker C L Walker and family WI Barry and family Russell Johnson Hazel Johnson Mr Brown Jim Somers Sam Wilson Misses Lite and Irene Faris and 1 Menta Walker t onSheriff Chiles Saturday afternoon served an injunction on J L Hudgins pastor cf the Cumberland Presbyterian Church cf Union City and P F Johnson circuit rider prohibiting propertyIlparsonage any literature of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church or in anyway exercising the privilege of Curab rland Presby terian ministers The service war issued by the oh rk and master of the chancery court at Fayettrvile This synod is one of the tow that has heroically striven against the union with the Prerbyterian Church of the United States and this In- Junction is the result n j i42iHI WordS HandleI Groceries It IMdlwars P Fresh Meats 8tFwd toLa1t AceD CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Cast Book Store SpleuJid Selection n NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c Call anti ace our Stock Every tbi0g up to daterMARY ItaiiRNnni t On JJG60NDURANTSon Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford- Randles I stores1I10KMAN KY a A book that trill you how to look cool and fresh i I to avoid the pain of sun burn and the annoyance of freckles It tells you how Porn pelan- I Massage Cream clears the portS and keeps them free from summer dust and travel stain Soap and water take off only surface grime We want you to read itrt is t Given Fret with a Generous Sample of POMPEIANd If sou wfll cat at our state for It I x PonprUn Mutate Crtara coo lain no oil or create and cannot Cause the growth ol her on the rue II makri the use ol beetpuwdtrt onntcemrr at It motet alt shine emoted by ptrtplf itiuo ao4 hafts no ttunt of itso- waCOWGILI1S DRUG STORE i T F Benton Contractingand I HaulingIr AnythingAnywhere AnywhereAny timeI Telephone 30 ailltttT4 HELLO BOYS I t I t When you want a- gnat l LUNOH of any 4 kind cull on iiIGeo Edmonds t OUntea St mctmu Zy He Will Trent You Right lie sat on the Stacker Lees deck I His head was all awhirl Her arms were clasped about his neck And his were full of girl ti k fM of of t I t 1 I I I t t t +iI t tof M HOME CIRCLE COLUMN tot II J II II tlllIlIl It t Patience and hope makes it easier to bear the cares and sorrows of lifeMoney and time are the heaviest burdens of life and the unhappicst of all mortals are those who have more of either than they know how to use Do todays duty fight todays temptations Do not weaken or dis yourself looking forward to things you can not see and could I not understand 1if you saw I Failure does not always mean I weakness it may mean strength not quite strong enough for the greater task People who attempt nothing seldom fall Napoleon failed at Waterloo becatisd all of Europe was arrayed against him Theres in this world manywonder ful things Crystal rivers moun Clans wearing eternal coronets of snow the oceans and continents the sun riding in majesty through its pathway of stan his replendent robes trailing like burnished gold over land and sea The age itself 1 in which we live is one of miracle but of all the wonderful creatures of man and his creator there is nothing grander more wonderful or more valuable than true woman Her price is far above rubles Woman wile mother 1 These three degrees complete the magic circle in which she lives me ves aud has her being tIandThe first day I was sent to school wont home at recess thinking choolwas out says Bert Walker As I have grown older I tract that whole lot of people did the same nltbingis that too many of us never went tebackthat you dont go home at recess a If you start to learn a trade or pro- Cession stay by it and master it a Dont chase away at recess If you IIhaveI adontI ing home at jecesf has sent many Into bankruptcy It has caused mothers tears to flow and Brothers IIheartold bachelors and sour old maids It has filled worlds with ignorance and made barren deserts of plains tIGoingyou have fallen asleep at the switch and your train has plunged into the itch Always stay until school is outaMany of our brightest young men with lives of rare promise early turn attention to a political career which soon proves their downfall We soon find them drinking the health of the aspirant for political honors drinking with the boys tto insure their votes drinking toasts attthe reception of the victorious candi date drinking with everybody beIfore the election and a great dealJ more afterwards All this has fixed a habit which he cannot shake ofIf r and in the retirement of his own 1 home he turns to the wine bottle for the excitement which he formed i inf politic Young men keep out o politics only as you let your influence be felt for their purification One of the many interesting sightsI at Yellowstone Park is the eagle mother teaching the young to start I on the journey of life With her own wing she pushes the young birdI off the rock of the high ledge which had been the only home it had everII known With a mothers eye she I watches it fall but before it strike Ithe rocks below with the speed of the wind she darts beneath it and the young eagle finds a soft landing upon the feathers of its mothers back It is then carried to the highest cliff and the experiment re peated until the young eagle getsI strength In its wings and can safely go on lifes journey alone With the same watchful care does the good mother see her flock one by oneI leave the old home One by one she lets them go One to be a mission ary one a doctor and one a pub 1 DraggingDown DownPains are a ayinrtom of tnt ost swlose trouble which an attack a woman vta filling of the womb With this crnrrftlly tomes InrguUr and painful pcrtoJ wraktnlnc drains backache headache ncnroutnni dizziness Ir rlUNUty tlreJ eeUn tee The cure Is WINE OF Carduil The Female RegulatorII that wocvlwful curative vtCttaNusjj tract wWdi ends suds a wmloui utrencthenln Influence on all female orc iu C rJul relieve rain and regulate the menses It li a sure and permanent cure fur all feaiato I1Ldnts At aU tlnioists are dealers In 1100jj tottles MI SUITERXD AWHJL PAIN In my womb ate ovarlMwrltea Mrs Naomi hake of Webster Grove Mo also In my rtcbt ant kit sites at- my I menses were very painful ant Irrnc ular Since taking CarJul I feelllIlea- DtW woman arJ Jo not suffer as I ttd It Is the best meUldne I ewe took = = o Usher With the eye of an e3gleI she watches them as they successfully travel in their chosen paths and they frequently cast a look back and see their ever faithful mother still watching To whom is theirI success due Verily to that mother whose Christian teaching started little feet aright and whose sainMIke face acted as a beacon light to them when tossed upon the strong sea of temptation A girl whose days are spent in idleness dreaming of things this can come to pass or reading un I wholesome books while her mother in the kitchen had better never been born Her life is purposeless j dead weight for her father and brothers to carry with them she Is misery to herself and friends she shunned by all sensible young mew nd finally becomes a cross perish irritable old maid if she is so fortu nate as to escape the temptations so likely ts fI n nare one whose moral are rendered blunt by reading the questionable eiploits of the heroes and heroines of the modem novel the curse of our homes j the thing ruins more young men and young women than all other wily combined th roc that all true mothers should fight as they would adder The happy ideal home is not the home of wealth neither is it the home of extreme poverty In the ideal home you may not see any costly furniture no grand piano or stately pictures yet how pleasant and contended the Inmates The father has no business cares or poll teal ambitions to vex him the mother has no trouole with unruly No question of fine display in dress to occupy her thoughts With pleasure the father and mother the first tottering steps of the little one and feel the exquisite joy which it brings to the heart of the part of the parent to know that the homefof the rich the children ate put to bed by the servants while the parents are at the opera The wealthy know not of the pleasure of family and home when cosapared with those in very moderate circumstances J D Via one of our brightestl young men who recently graduatedI in the law department of the Cum berland University at Lebanon Tenn went to Wickliffe yesterday to enter upon the practice of his profession as a member of the firm of Shelbourne Smith Via We look for our young man to make his mark at the bar and we certainly wish him the greatest possible successClinton Gazette Mr Allen Davis of Route 3 called at the Courier office Saturday and asked that the paper be coatis ued another year W L Noel of Huntingdon spent Saturday In the city hh++ I lilt in r 4 J BY WAY OF DIVERSION t 1 I t+ 1 1 t Whats so hot as a day In August Dont save your money and starve your mind The beat thing for baldness is a cheerful heart Have a good time but dont make it your business The spirit of 76 1 Patriotism and poetry The spirit of 06 1 Profit and power A Hickman sport tells us thatIJ I Panama hUs are out of style Ever try straining soft soap through em Hickman has had the Illuminated clock the illuminated nose and the illuminated curtain lecture l why not the illuminated keyhole After all this is a good old world I It must be if from out of it we enter a realm where for ages the eye Is fire and the heart is flame Tens of thousands of people tail because they love their ease too I much They are not willing to put themselves out to sacrifice comfort I A prize pup is always locked up at night to keep him from becoming lost A boy is frequently allowed to run loose As a result the werld is full of unpublished want ads for boys who are lost forever The recent marriage of Everett Domm and Sathk Fules at Benton vllle Ark eight have attracted but jI ordinary attention had not the editor of the heal paper headed the an nouncement DomrnFules Speaking of phonetic spelling anew languages said a HlokmaH merchant my wiles got a language all her own Its the language she uses when she Is doing up her hair and has her mouth full of hairpins oIyou a man equal to the task performed by many a woman who smilingly greets a disagreeable caller at tke oritloal moment when the jelly refuses 1to jellMabels doll Iis a beautiful aroature with eyes that open and shut a pretty face and long golden curls WhenI you squeeze it the doll says ma matI Mabel has a beautiful big sister with glorious blue eyes rosebud lips and lustrous golden hair Last night a young man squeeze dl her for 40 minutes and she never screamed mama l once When a man is published to the world as being heavy laden with honors that he never received a tries to make the world believe he 1 is sum punkins when he has never blossomed and sited any sweet fra gance on the air he is verging on the brink where silly egotists are wrecked Strange that a man will thus risk and tempt exposure A man may use the mole on the back of his neok for a collar button i hI5 may ride a ftieght to save three I cents a mile he may light the lam with a splinter to save matches he may stop his watch at night to save wear he may propose to tits wife on a postal card to save a stamp use a period for a semicolon to save ink s pasture his grandmothers grave to save hay but a man of this kind a Jis scholar and a gentleman comparedJ wsI paper and when asked to pay for it put it back in the postoffice marked II refusedA to you sonnyyou little twelve or thirteenyearold boy who Is smoking cigarettes on the sly What do you want to be when you grow upa stalwart healthy vigor oars broad shouldercd man or little puny measly no count weak minded dude If you wan to bet a man strong like a man with hair on your lace brains In your head andJ muscles in your limbs you just Ie those cigarettes alone If you want to be a thing pitied by your folks despised by the girls and held fin contempt by the fellows keep right ron smoking and end your days in the insane asylum Mr and Mrs A B Hughes leftl Sunday for a visit with friends andI relatives in hayfield Could Not WalkJOne Bottle of RUMAQO cures tiP Prominent Attorney of Bowling Green Ky Bowling Grcn Ky July i y 4 TilE JANES MED CO Paris Tenn My Dear SlrslWI11 say I had rheumatism In nv k n to suoh an extent that I could not walk I obtained a bottle H MACO from our well known druggist W C Morris Soili nn elite has relieved me entirely of the pain and swelling andtpleasure to me to recommend it to all who have rheumatismrMot respectfully yoursJ CAUMVBLL GROVE A Hundred of others talk the same way and it willcure if you suffer from rheumatism or your 60c refunded ToT WAYlvE c Or order by mail from The Janes Medicine Co Paris Tenn HICKMAN BANK MIOKMAN ICY IQpitnl Stock Paid e SurphiH and Until I In11IProfit 20000 Uu listing threat fwourew oonnervatiee wanatfeuirnt and a rtj rta nl Un Ba of Dlrrqtora and Mng r jolijxil with uneae41d faotllllni tat M trauMtllon of all bnnnoliM of irgltlmaU tanking The 11 If km Hank solicit tlir stunt ef enrmratlun firm andii individual proiul inK 110 utmost lllraUtjr of treat wont ttUHiauml with prudent bocinxM method R T TYLER President C P HUMATE Caa C A HQLCOMUK Vice President S AMBKRG Ass t ti COTTON ADAMS JUttCOKS TO Ellison Mercantile Co and Smith Se Adams Personal tension given to Plumbing Tin Work all kith of Samti Work and Steam Fitting Roofing Guttering and Ro Painting a specialyAALL WORK GUARANTEEDGIVE TRIAL 17rl1trs fercts Bmnixx t CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY e Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thftt wo error to depositors Other in ducomonts nru of seoondnry importance 70i this Guarantee we solicit your pulronn t J A THOMPSON IMIIM II HUQHANAN Pnuidont 9redH HIKIHAVAX J J I HOfHUKAM u H TIIHEI KELP J W ALKXAMIKK Je IISItH llr J MHI IIIU H T A IKIIFIIKH C ARUTEERS CAPE untl JOIULAtt IvytOTSeasonable Fruits CandyPFresh Bread and Cadet Dont toil to hoar thoIClootrio Pinno CA RUTHERSPHQNEBO PHONE 74 for Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats of all kinds HEINZ PICKLES AND PRESERVES Millionaire Club Can Goods itSoleagents for Dwinell Wrights Coffee White House Brand HICKMAN GROCERY CO- Ir MMc Fofflilore Co INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 n Dr BK Davidson Dentist iflCKMAN Kl Ifflce npttairg over CowgUl A CowtlW