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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pusnatced CCJ tion 8850D THE HIeNMAN eURIERs the Tosm that Pnlli tbg Commercial Wagon up thr flit Succnt The curie Sp nkm Goad Tmm Cruse the Axlf of Your Jgon Old Wan and Lets Hitch Ua WS TJrXrVriljuJ rTnr Ix S M y w i sv i il VN w i iR D9TdRLi6UAD 1N T8C YCAB 1999 Tlie AntiPas Law and Who it Effects I 4y people nre not famllla- lruvMww r ef the antlpas r tiuMrioT presents the law nmnn aortlcr subject to the oIf Urti not shill after 74tretUyer Indirectly giv SIlO Interitaie freie rC paw or Tree traiuporta ii to 111 emplwf or their eerasgenls surgeons sat aUflrjtev at law i too rtltglon traveling J laHtwid Y M C As t uotfltetB and charitable tyttttr laitUtJllwi and nrlMlMlf engaged in std elcer4yn trywork v ics4Nftle and htmelos 1 to MCkprtMfi hen- II1 by arttQfo instiiuttsms jii arut Ute necessary y f It sjMh trai sparia I Irlmalos of tine mttoral- ut swaos fir disabled 1 I4a serf flors hrrara race about Ie enter and cog tome after discharge it of RMaprs et sebn- rcswftry metakers sf puoltrT ami fMit1to rw ffftg oars expres car IXMM tf telephonel and nd tttsr IltjNe es mpsinles A 4 auM sorvtoc IIopes tors mgr 4ls l tiiipcrters i to uu intos baggage agents aHinMttg arty legal Uv t n r rah the osromtnt intttettst i persons injured and pwjutaratts and sultan suck peotottt- rwlaiea1 led tAah- be JltcONbt NIt N priMt 1 haage of pastes for the pots avid emptoyes e- jrrtersand their families i t hiMt ass common carrier Drying passengers free with i of pwvlillnR mild In f terlepttfenrfc pettllence r csriamltttts vMtathm moo carrier violating limo ihsM teedeemMl g fllv of manor and ler oooh offoHte ooa shall pay Ui the tales a penally tf Ml ions 1 nor mere than 9000 and n outer than the persons f In this prsxrtetffi who uios- mttfitnte free ticket freer trftftiperiaiTin shall be- like peitnUy XS A REPUTATION 4 ttr Whites Cream Ver 4i a acrid wide reputatf LHt of all worm destroyers is tonic Influence on weak nifty children It Improve ration and assimilation of t strengthens their nervouiI lid restores them to healthI r natural to a child Ifr w t a healthy happy jhlld getl t Whites Croam Vermlfu- gtowgllla Drug Store andi KUiMUM We Want the Public to ReadI This Announcement s ivistomary throughout the tv to make a charge to- tiPs r 01 However we have not V been doing this In the F we will make a charge for alll ales making a special rate for p We are compelled to do this T the fact that quite a number E1ur nfilce each week some of making a column or more comes they are so illegible that nnot deoipher them When t caner are written for us here trr expect to pay for them write tunly and only on one aide- esker of Largest Wqmans Building In the Me is now In course of construclioi ty the West Tennessee Fair As- i Cation Bryan Expresses His Views on Political Questions Following we give a digest of of some of the issues which will doubtless figure consplclously In the campaign ol 1908 1 Urges the United States to lead in the movement for general arbitra tion n being the surest way to es tabltin Itself as a world power Contends that we hate lost prestige with other nations by our oriental policy and that we should grant the Philippines freed m on the same plan that we did Cuba Argues that best way to secure effective general legislation is through the adopt ton af constitutional amendment compelling congress to mitt within a few months after each congressional election and adjourn a few days before a succeeding election Slays present senate Is the bulwark of prodatory wealth and that we shouldelgct senators by popular vote Confident of the enactment of an income tax law that will make the rich bear their shire of the burden of government Arbitration only solution of the labor question Believes permanent Impartial board should be established to consider and settle all disputes between labor and capital Denounces government by In JuMtlan in reference tto strikes Favors the eighthour day to be generally applied Commoner believes this question hasten settled by the unlocked for increase in the production of gold end that Iwth the advocates of a goid standard and of Wmellallsm have scored their points IQlrolnatloR of trust contributions to political campslgns Is absolutely neeeooary Campaign books should be open to the public Says trust Issue wilt be the para mount one In the coming campaign and congratulates President ROMe Welt for pulling away from his party and following Democratic leadership Iin his tight agalnot several monster monopolies Says Democratic plan of attark must contemplate complete over throw of monopolistic principle ui Industry Knforeemrnt of the imprisonment clause of the Sherman antitrust law against trust magnates only means to break up Illegal combinations Believes a federal license should aonmeans of preventing combination Denies that trusts are a natural development of present day business methods and contends that they are a form of legalized larceny Democratic party not opposed tlo J r property rights or goods honestly acquired but that special privileges foer private gain are the twin pillar upon which plutocracy rests I Does not believe that Republican c I party with its entangling alliances with trusts and monster corporations which have grown fat on protectioni will ever grant tamH relormIBell ves that government owner ship of railroads Is the ultimate solo tion of the problem but does not think time Iis quite ripe for such a consummation Thinks trunk lines should be con trolled by the federal government and local lines by the respective state governments as guaranteeing both state rights and the prop regulation of interstate traffic Write your friends to meet you atL Union City during the lair wbel e all arrangements are being made ffor their pleasure Misses Annie Murphey and Mary Shuck spent last week In Hlckman the guests of Mrs Dr H E Prather I NEW FALL Alroniijr our HIHVPH noel notinUrs an rapidly filling up with FAUI I iuOIS rind wuotin now Shots you ninny new nuvolllud in Drwe Oouditi nnmel t Mohair Ma lain go Check Suitings Check Cravcnettes I Black jj Colored Broadcloths Mixtures Black Goods inIserges mohairs and taffetas Waterproof Suitings Our lino of drux8 goods thus fall fur HurpupsfH that of any formur wiigun and vo arc curs fldaitt that you will find hum a larger display than you win loll at any othur store THE MILLINERY DEPT will be in charge of Miss Bowen who for the past six years has had ch rge of the millinery department of CobleClagget Union City as that firm iis going out of business we were fortunate in securing her services for this fall SMITH ita AMBERG J Cooley do Hagan Will be Here Next Week We have a letter from Cooley Hagans Show Boat which says Z We beg to inform you that we play your town n return dat on Sept 11 with an entire changs of program t with exception ol the moving pictures 6f the Holy City and the Green Goods Man Now acts ne people new numbers and a now shtw throughout Thls Is the first show that conic down this season and returned up the river to come bunk again for another date noel the one which the people so well patronized and were well pleased with the performance A wireless telegraph station will1 probably be started on Lookout t Mountain It Is said that when the station Iis established on Lookou- cr Mountain messages con be rent IIc Panama Porto Rico Cuba and ilo all points in the country whore sta tion have been established Dont forget to go to Shaw Bellcrsworths when you com Jt town Groceries cheaper than tha cheapest Race horses and fine stock galor at Union City during the Fair t JJ CourtHouse Where Justice Is Being Meted Out This Week llickman Kentucky Big Immigration Movement Receives Encouragement The immigration movement start ed by the PaduCAh Commercial Club will undoubtedly rci lt in a grand suoces judging from expressio rtoftlved by the secretary All of the counties in Jackson purchase have been invited to par- r ilolpate in the meeting that tIs to be held there in October and lotto nre beingreceived accepting the IItW vltnilon The twenlyelghi new papers in the purchase have odors ell the movement and promised their cooperation Lyndon Comstock left Saturday for Kansas City and other places on his summer vacation f7r a months durntion after which he will go the at Dlytheville making trips he monthly H C Burch cashier the concern at this place now bill charnof the companys inter Marked Tree Gazette JCU11 I John L the greatest living man In his class who will be tyirton City and a part of the pro tram during the Fair his sparri wlir be tree and In view of all Ir John L Sullivan to be at the I Union City Fair ISpeciallrom the Banner Listen If the people in this vicinity hear anything drop about the 26th of September they may know that John L Sullivan the worlds most famous pugilist has knockd out his oppo nent a big fellow 6 feet 3 inches in height who Iis his sparring partner This will happen on the fair grounds oI the Ubion County Fair which begins September 26lh and continues four days There is no doubt the Boston boy being here for the It management of the Obion County Fair has just signed contracts at an enormous expense with the worldwide fishier to appear daily at the fair Rut the Obion County Fair in always makes it worth while to visit ii- it and while the premiums were larger last year by double than that of any similar organization in West Tennessee they will be still larger this year The celebrated John L t has two moving picture machines which will show daily on the grounds one of which gives in llre like reality the tight between Fitrsimmons and CotbHt when the former wrested the championship from the latter But the sparring exhibitions daily between Jno L and his partner are free tu every attendant on the fair Arrangements have been made with the Nishville Chattanooga St Lows road and the Mooile do Ohio for one tare to all who visit the fair horn along the lines mentioned John K Hendrick Announces for Attorney General Col John K Hendrick formally announced for attorney general in the Paduoah Register last Thursday He is one of The ntost prominent Democrats in this end of the state I and during the last gubernatorial race was a candidate for governor bit withdrew His only opponent is L Hard Carter An order his been issued by the postoffice department with drawing a previous order which allowed rut ral mail carriers under certain con ditions to carry passengers A year j ago last July carrying passengers I by the rural carriers was forbidden by the department but with a 1 special permit theycould carry members of their families tar com pany or their health This recentl order forbids tne currying of any person In their long drives the carriers have found it plesant to carry someone with them for corn pang tut the abuse of this prlvieg- caused the post ofBce department tto rescind It N C St L R R BWtSWU TUS AT KKttWiN TRAINS AKIUVK neTnllu Nu 4t Arrives lItS p in Trntii Nu M Arrlw 7t11U N m Trulii No 61 Arrlvru dJRp in- TIIAINH UBlAUT Train No X UlurU 39 Im raTrnln No 65 DnmrU 710 alII TrutnNo KJ iMmrU 10W pm H II JOHNSON AMt Lee Line Boats KllkOUUl TIUI AT HWI1AR 1IPllltJ TO tiT LOUI- Se Siackvr 1tooIInrr Tuwdny n p oft11 Ikrolil overy tinlurdny 0 p ut MKMPHISTOOAlItU QstZion wry Tliuroday nout- i8U LOUIS 1X3 MHMPIIIS Stacker Lee every Suinrdiy 0 p tuI Inbent Ileruhl every Wedomdny 0 p in OAIIIOTOMBMPHIS- g Sun every Friday COWG1LL ROQE11S Agt AU Po sltliet1 Ii 4HaIIdlettinglorth DRESS GOODS officel Mrs S L Royster Gives a Birthday Dinner Perhaps the most enjoyable occa sion that has been known In the route tour neighborhood was the birthday di ncr given Mrs Anne McGee Sunday last by Mrs S L Royster Mrs McUee IIs Mr Roysters mother and the occasion was a celebration of her 7 1st birthday A number of presents were given her by the guests A number of boquets of beautiful flowers were also among the remembrances was a pleasant feature to note the several groups of guests engaged in pleasant conversation during the day Capt H A Tyler was present and enlivened the guests by the manner which he related a number of the Interesting incidents of his early life The dinner was commented upon by nearly every one present and the pleasing manner in which Mrs Royster entertained her guests made them without doubt have a nice time The young ptople enjoyed themselves as much as the older ones Those who were present were t Mrs Anne McGee Mr and Mrs Jas Roystrr and children Fulton Mrs Beale CaJtt H A Tyler Messrs Jill Seay A H Leet Mr and Mrs J W Purcell Mr and Mrs Israel Clark Mr and Mrs Eugene Betterswoilh and sons Roy and Earl Mr and Mrs S L Rvy stet and daughter Virginia Misses Mattie Mai and Rubye Stay Lottie Linder Bessie and Nellie Roper Bessie McLaughlin Indian Terri tory Faye and Jessie Saunders Anice Efinger Maude Henderson IIallsville Ills Pearl Davie Jane Springs May Henry Lorene Mayes Annie and Fannie Atwill Maym and Luelle Leet and Messrs Uric Leet Lee Atwill Jas Muyes Patrick Henry LuUn Scay and Tylr Beale The Sprague Passes Hickman With Monster Fleet Two Courier representatives had the pleasure of joining Hollis Kirk and a small patty of intends on the private launch Ida Belt and board ing the towbrnt Sprague as she passed Htckrnan Sunday aU moon at 130 She was lowing flftyntne barges wavering aorta of water the largest fleet ever towed up the river by a single boat The Sprague was neatly an hour pasting the town J but while it paddled along slowly its movement was sure and the same slow rate of speed was maintained from the time the boat was sighted tocview around Wolf Island This powerfuloat is the property of the MonongMhela River Con solidated Coal and Coke company of Pittsburg and is the largest trait of Us kind ever constructed It is 276 feet long by 61 feet across and 7 feet and 4 inches deep having gross tonnage of 1479 An ordinary man can stand upright in her cylindrs 10 men are required to shovel fuel into her boilers which consume 2500 bushels of coal every 24 hours She has her own Ie plant electric lights telephones laundry tc The wheel which propels her Is 39 feet in diameter by 40 feet in 1 length Eighty men are required to make hr crew complete Her cargo when fully loaded is equal to 720 car loads or 36 train loads each train carrying 20 wars It was built at Dubuque Ia in 1902 for the purpose of towing coal ufrom Piltsburg down the Ohio and v Mississippi rivers lo New Orleans at a cost of 500000 Its tows of coal down the river arc a source ef comment by rivermon They are often rauoh larger than the tuw of empties she took up Sunday Charleston Mu Democrats are lining up early Thoy organized a a Bryan club at tbatplaee last week i I J ii t I f I II- K t t 4r F I i 1- C I f I i ft i i t I i l i Walker Given Twentyom Years in Penitentiary Andy Walker the negro who dot and killed Vetter Bragg another negro last February waa found guilty of manslaughter br tbs Ful ton County Circuit Court Tuesday and sentenced to serve twstyoaS- yeah ia the penitentiary The hearing of this ease oooilplod the greater part of Monday aad Tuesday and was given to the JUry Tuesday night The dimculty between Walker and Bragg took place stout five miles west of Indrawn Walker ant Bragg had had trouble previous ti0 the day of the killing AI ihown by the testimony and notwithstanding this fact the defendant went down to where a bunch of negrota include ing limp were playing a game of craps and joined in the sane The game nragrtaaed peaceably for a time when Walker and Bract a1 l dispute over a cocked dice The spirit of hostilities was then and there renewed and both rote to their feet for trouble Walter waa the quickest with his gun drew Stand fired the shot taking fact ia Broil neck Bragg diM d the wound the same day Walker fled and was finally arrested ia Cairo Ills by Deputy Sheriff GoftJder JohnsonAndy Walker is At twoaty three years of age Another Evidence of Public Spirit Shown It is frequently that wo haws to cation to make note of some act of public spiritedness on the part of Mr Sid Dodd Notwithstanding this fact it U a pleasure to us for too much credit cannot be given him fur the interest he takes in the welfare of the comnNMUy Hk generosity occasioned by paUtofeplritednee should not be underosilmatod for the public is the benoiofctry to no small extent when he dots conclude to make a conceattoo in tkeir behalf The occasion at this psurtknmr tire will be seen in the following letter which is self explanatort Hickman ICy Sept 2 190o Prof B F Gabby Hkfcmoa Ky Dear Sir Raving t disk to to courage your students in securing a- gal educftllon with your pt nuts I wish to make the loUew4ng otterFirstI will give the graduating fudent each year who nukes the highest grade Two Hundred Dol mars to be applied in paying his or her expenses at some college for the first year ScoMl Should this student 1v u good account of himself or r self for the tint year Ukfi in starwl a satisfactory ejuiHfoeUoRj tIwill loan two huodrwl dollar t tiiim each year on their note Letting six per cent payable in few jrai for the next three years to is to enable them to complete their ThirdShould anyone getting or being entitled to this offer awl do not wish to avaiPThemttlve tin offer then it shall go to the next best in the graduating dans Hoping Ink will meet with your approval lam Yours TrulyS DtdU As will be seen Iron the atop Mr Doddss proposition alit cause the students to take an active inter est in their work This is the pur pose Mr Dodda wishes to accony pUsh and there is nut the slightett doubt but that it wilt be effective Interest will be manifested that would not be otherwise It wilt serve as a goal to heighten the am bition of students in the future who would olherwiae look1 no further ahead than a common school educa tion Mr Dodds informs us that he will make the offer perpetual Mrs Goo Adams af Gleaaoa Tenn died at the home of her mother Mrs Jno Nethoiinnd near Fulton last Thursday She was 32 years old Mlist Stella Robarson and Mr Albert Smith were married in Fulton last Thursday Rev J C Reed lUngle papornon look the of a ghost at Dlcksoii last week tf Work Has Begun on New Grain Company This week work began on tile buildings of the Hkfcman Grain Company Aa was slated ui the Courier recently this concern iii composed of Mr Kd Pratker anil the firms of Dnfcnke Walker and J F ft S L Dodds Co nod the build lags and machinery will be on the grounda now occupied bv the latter firms cotton liD m West Kiokmnn They will install cnmfcsft shelters automatic dumping devices and all modern conveniences and will also operate a gasoline ferry for the bro efit of their customer on the oppo site shore However this new iris does not embrace the cotton interests of J F ft S L Dodds Co Decided improvement will be ma in the facilities for gmninf These new buildibgs will be erected and the Mapfovemeatt toads before this raasrs onus and otlae cemr in red will be praparatl to Salto oars of the product aa rapidly M ft It mar holed Band Concert Highly Appreciated A good crowd turned out Tkara day oiffct to hoar the onenair bass concert given by the popular Slick man KId Barnl under the director ship of Piwf Hmufcfctr The boys made excellent mnaic aa stUettd by the aneativentas of the Urge crowd drat had assembled Tketo con eamwill be given every Tmmday soitmg bogiMimti shout oclock and lovers of food band musk will do wN lie attend them Four cottaaat were deatroyod by fire in MaytaM Saturday tight The buildings beloved to W D Roberta Clint Burnett Mrs amtak VanCleave arcS Wood Gofoca All were insured CUflord Bradaaaw three year old woe oflr and Mrs J N BraatJwtw died at his home in Uickmaa Woo relay The remains wets IIkI to Union City for burial Thursday The unfortunate parents who also have another aMId tanaiseeanly 01 have our sympathy State Line Items Mr Moat of FuUeo was MI this whinny Taetday Jastaes J Mom was a salter near hers Sunday acsemoon Mrs T A Prather Jr is at Dawson in search of health Dr D C Maddox of Nashville U herewith hove folks and friends D C Itfaddox visited near Union City teat Wednesday and Thursday Mr Gordon Rice attenriod th Teachers Institute at Fulton last week School began at Sylvan Shade Monday with Mitts MaUi Seay iin chairQuite a number of our young people attended Martiles Moat Show at HtrVman Mist Boyaite of Dyertavrg was The seal of her cousin Mitt Nasal Slow last week XiII Lena Threlkeld returned from Damson Vedneeday after an absence of several days Mist Mildred Locafcart of Union- City was tIN guest of Nan Lash Shaw and family last week Mr and Mrs G B TkrelkeM re turned frown Dawson lad week after abeneacal stay of two weeks Jams l4 Maddox left Friday for Memphis and Arkatteae points where he will be aMt several days Mitt Louiae Roger of Hicknwit and Mtttet Jeaofe Braatiield and Madge Ward of GrtwfteW were goats of the Miseot Itariot laat week Mme Bee Threlkeld hat rtlaraed from Dowse where she spout aevtral days She left last Frklny far Hemonds Mitt to take charge of a Literary Schooll Quits an enjoyable social was given Wednesday evening at the hospitable home If Mrs Lamb Shaw The honored guests were Misses Louise Rogers Madge Ward and Jessie lirasfciieltl The guests were T NeoOilthYlrAe eYNaMWNN Say Mr Man aint you lumgiy If so call at George Ecl monds lunch coun ter and let him cook you a firstclass lunch ofany kin- deoeess Miatea Virginia Tkompaoa Laa Threlkeld Wedge Wardr else Rogers Joeeit BraatMd KtUkI SUkr Btasie Maddox Jeaaw fin y and Mary Bun us Lucy lIMe Mildred Lockart Knanie tlrtltw- Messrs Paul Skaw Jim May Joan Shaw Jams Maddox Rksmrd Pratarr Boo West Leonard MM dna Elvis Stakr San Doha led Mr and Mrs M B- Dorcna Shaw Items Mf J X fkfcttt has sass to Ckariettoa this wet of1InMr 8 W King returned hers from Bk Point ii D last wink Mrs Stella Hall it tpt 11 a few days with Mrs O T AyeMkju wedsMrs J D Pickets and MjH Fowlket want to Hiramaa wI y- nthoppiag For the latt two areb has been tin greatest aauofetp b some of the farmers Mr A it Hsdettsl Is twoI little tons of Wolf Isktade I toast to Hickman lifsanny Miss LiUmn Elpjfcjy roUirad to her hose toL o Jirk BIMeeny She hi omits lulki friends nail rslnUtet hafts- SLnlsy I rheh iII 1MOP JJ t I aiotly JSattacted nesting wfll be gin the fourth Sunday in Seraat IOCwtGrowThe Tnahsrsliys hells Hwy Carmen Crawford aid Myrtle King attendee church M the Metho dist church Sunday night Mr LA Taakersley their escort Mitt Helm Ayewlott It nrenarmj to go Saturday or Sunday tat tckantI Louiavilw Ky We are sorry to be deprived of the pItefIICI oi H 4e Quite a nnnmir of kerfriende vuited her Tuesday nsjnt to bid her fare well Mrs J H llltllU1Jiht White and Stn Nei qs t lhs daywit hI Mrs King Sassy end tke MimetI Fowlk JotUa lIjtmii HrleaI Ayl itt Carmen Crawford tieri- iiltrude and Tltltan Mal were tiler guest itlt Myrtle tad Peat Ktag Sumlay An oaj yabte lime re portedI Ghrrigan Mr Joe Gray hat bens quite sick with typhoid fewer Mr John Pntott nail1 wile spent Sunday at the home of Mr K T Plash Mr B H Pratker and feaafty spent Sunday with relatives Crystal Wee WMMt Ingram wits the guetl of Mia lat Umltrwood one sight tad wash Mr tans Groan left Sarahip for a visit wet where he titorlocating bier Mr R G Gray and wits spiel Sunday at the homed her unde Mr John Creed Mr Geo Gray and wife spiel Friday night at tie home of Me ton Mr Ed Gray Mrli A Walker and family spent Sunday evening at the homet of Mr Chat Roach Matter Doyle and Boy Journey were the guetti of thtlr rant Mrs Ida Greta last week Mr R J OnnWy lift Wednesday for Mississippi wiser lie will engage in the Jogging htoinoce Mitt Kate GlWowtll It spending this week in the bottom with her brother Mr Herbert Glidewell H Important Business in Circuit Court this Week September tern dt- he The regular FuMon Circuit Court cofivened etii the Court House in Hickman Of1ii day Sepwith Jwi R J Bugg Iln the hrwb and CoMmonwealthii Aitonry W H Hooter acting as prucutinK attorney Several im pnrtant eases have been dmpoattl of but a greater part wt the time has j iMwn on upiml in disposing of three sander rajM n Julie are aa follows IftAMO JUST N L CIoyftlWillie Can JBc Petteroay J F lard IM Came s W ILWtoM1 sI Cates W W smf J K t w n a A JIlL DeaW I WT Pasbm Pure lull JM Amtkerry W U Aida UW mot Alkert Dmmm 9 aL LJsmi- Cjw Usdsrwoed- S J f M Gm JIIICNr Lte Wortsana WJ JMII 1J- alia W H Teas P X IcwinKr EM Bradmy A O Carutaen Tar PtaMIt JlletlchertsarL Hat M E WaIted J H Jones I1IkJ W CMtteoR GB Walker Aastilt M meet ilttparkarl raw that kave been tried are Ciiasmtnwsalik vt A N Kiv- oksrsed tI with rtrslkfoe slrsetleg re- suss to stisotluig at raidiss Seed tlOO and coats Same ageing earn snags witk carrying concealed neaps disease CuinmtHiiMltli vs Hoary Crabb fialee wtarlnf bond focMttd- Ctmmot Italtfi vs DftvM Hill break of lice pateo fetal SIO lore sjfaintt sans gamins timed Coswar taHk ve Henry Darnel whit asset soquatd- ll aaoumesI h we Andy Walker wffni murder educed to thmtry Mlttl1pter sgtenod fo Ji91 yeart- flj MW Pw g OtaBaBonwenltk vs Rob Shelby wflM tmuder reduced to voluntary nmn4nngMer seatmotd to 9 years It tko penitentiary Qmmaonwealtb vs Chat Smith S IRttt trmntfernd to next tern of IIftdy osurt J W Long va R J MaAwta voUYtat for itOO dftntafM for plain itft i SW J Humus va M C h St L 1 dtstmisesd1 uteri The mMt Jnry hail retired W ImHttmsnu up to press hear adetariswr today to convene in FMtoH teat wank sad wilt then rnme hack to HWeraaa for the third week of the term There hat bees an un uewaJty large docket thin term and many ottos of note s The Rabbits Foot Sink This Week 4rata Rabbits Foot the gasoline tug hat owned by tae Meagel Box Camimtiy and used by thorn for the purpose of towing timber from the various timber camps to their fro tory And veneering plant tank at the railroad incline one dry this wok The boat ran upon a tog in Oblon creek about four mules above Hickman and the hull was broken considerably All the crew jollied jn tht bucket brigade and billed the hulk out until it oould be rite to Hickman whoa It tank as above stated A new hull will be secured and the mnchinory plaood on it W J Bryan will be In St Louis September 11 1 NII COAL CHEAPDCJ 390CASH will buy 2000 Ibs Pittsbtirg Coal from II IlIcANI7cacoIl II CUMBERLAND TELEPHONEf Us 1 TELEGRAPH COIl Long dlntnncO Itnou and telephones of tats Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in SoMtUorn Imlianft 8k ulhorn Illinois Kentucky Tftnnaaaa Mtaalooippl mid Louisiana WtVean lut you In quick and satisfactory ooirnnuntcntton with the pcvoplo of lists Brent noctlcm of the country Wo solicit your patronage Rates reasonable Uqulpn onn cried fctHt1cM unaur patseud MMCS r CAtBWR UfUMC TO Wt a l r wWt A tbs M r The Courier Everything Rentuckv State fair I Louisville S25OOO Sept TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATES Annual Stockholders Meet ing atChicagoOctober 17 Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meetingt of the stockholders of Ute Brlnok Central Railroad Company villI be held at the Company omet in CKionjo Ill oft Wednesday October 17 1006 At 12 o ckiok noon To permit personal attendance nt said meeting there wfll be Issued to ontli ktWtr of one or more shares of the capital stock of the I C Railroad Company nt regie Scrod on the Uttkt of the company at the dote of mminttt oti Monday September 21 1006 who II of full age a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the companys lines tram the station on the Illinois Con tml railroad nearest to hit or her registered addteos to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Qjloato only during the four days immediately proceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and followinghen t I t Wants M figure will you an arty Mnil itf foh ttinrk Prints I 1722 IN PREMIUMSI stamped during business h m before Saturday October Iwo that ia to say betsui and 6 p m In the oflio assistant secretary Mr V preen lit Uiago Such II k be obtained by any holder registered as above OH apph in writing to tht Presulnt cowjwny in Chloaga but earn Hofclar must individually appl lilt or her ticket Each apple t mutt ttnte the full name awl aid the stockholder exactly a- inI lift or her etrttflcnte of slot k gather with the number andl1 each certlAcato No more than person will be carried free in if to any one holtllttg of slw k rogitttrtd on the honks of the iwny A 0 Hackslai Sfcrrt J The new hot water heater toon be complete in the Cull + which It ia hoped will prove t more satisfactory than the heater The school Jbuilding is H x equipped with every modern veniencc much to the credit of tt school board J e r r HICKMAN COURIER =a YBCB J O BfITO- Brrarltrr max c DOLLAR PER YEAR AM N ADVANCE 2 II 1111 1C1t11llrn- II I tuw mull tnxtter- tieInt 7th 1000y Ii 1 Kr mod riorplay 1i1 is sdwaltitstow n jt car time In I Hunt ef stcir II equall to Ishoe lilulHJM iH Ilii 1Iducaltlft poi miktog fvtty unit that would- d1 iI are IN lltek ri1 Mt morallr trout 1M ke tb or IDIRt-r r taloeilrldlr I tIIi is rtwP test rduc4tfI t- tan If sure Ie nth fruttt I m de MMft lItHshwM satint rreM in Ute t asI kcal Atd thru part at opofatlo it 1 TIw doors sif Iwo to poll i rdltt iii i sI I I HI1 ait MKttnoe to uy evWest We sus NiIrtaaa 1MII 4 i htiretet v Maybe too nM or iiytMNf is Ito i Maytog assay P that tUfcMfa t K h think U It a- 1UUhewltftt i to go tea iKiN r A dog Apt er- uvri gott too iiuW tag tai n flIdtd reltpulI while hosRt nlII t rota mead I tPly yON baWD IIr aIM hoHor chuNk ntatII tv goad l IIIOJ the IbIlbaUa 4 4y IS Kb IIs KMtdrg nkiiii kmnN bettor 4it afford tt lit nn etUn mIll proposed Crlm- alMIUfaknmn I line ejf fast its far Cairo aiIArotli in the If New Mad itin to wane of K uur way and gyp r offline we ii ikmlln is now- urveyorzof the ttjraatern R R i their terminals illy made and v any two soon Utter has been C J4t the manage jiii kman within a u 11 this ground J fiiif u praotio f p pie of Hlokman Iftn sifted dewn i res yet However meet the promoters vdi and make them i inccssion just al- t a vr the proposition C eloped to warrant ilsepartI of our citizens Ill all the railroads nl will do as much as cure them Ice f It ++ +4 41 i + 4t4hiI I I ttTHE A Sof E COLUMN I H It I I I I + +++JAMBS H SAUKOKRS The Unions of Fulton County mrc at follows I 1 lick man lot nod art Thursday night Simmons 2nd and Montgomen2nd Cayce lit and JJ Saturday J p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets li3d mROYcrI lend these meetings ONow that Ills doofdml that out ImrUoctte Is to be at Mnd Creek ei the Slate Rood on the 30th lint am that Pret ff 0 nten of III It is be the speakerof the day It b lnve every fnend of Re mote is do all la his poor to make the meeting a giawl ulnas In union them Is ittrmgllt Untied we stand divided we fall The old adage saps Umpetllion Is Ute life of trade but the sew Idea says Co i operation II the key to s acet tt Many people think that the A1 olf 8 la an embryo tnm atmlliir to the all trtMt the heel tract etc but iWata a mUtake While farmers are ptoduflurs they are also the largest oot f mers IA the word Oar object Is ti set a fair price for tlte o nemer as wall ai the piotloeor The tobacco miser needs oar earn and what and the grain grower awl iolneoo raker beth wear cotton olothtag Tlloak pea me to baeeo ont inroad aid wear ootlon totbliig while we Reed tlwir pork beef mallow aid wool Mow VMM we ate all property offpmUMl every we of those branches will be ropie looted In the National oooncil The grail grower alone sight want to put the price of grata too high but be oust consult the tobacco gerIthe cotton erowor sad the potato grower before the price IIs fixed The some Is true of the gardener UK mitt grower and the dairyman We are all producers we are all ooMM orK We set to eijvitable i prta for all awl thta harts uo ORe koipt ttte gamblers who have here loforo sot the prices oil alt these iMwgf awl realttod att the profit j while the prtd cera did all the work This hi aptly and that to all we wantLet Mt Invite all the tobaooo growers of the eastern end of the aunty to our barbette In fact 1 Crud lo see them last wkwhile in I tiltON but the day was very hot and I sued it impossible to do alt I wanted to do that day Ueiklea I was IH Pulton on Krtday which ws j the wrong day tto see farmeia but I Mvr boar hunting tobacco growers if late aunt sow one recently whom t we shall sill Jottoa and the following nversatoht took plane Do you know anything of this obdooa growers association hi your itmitry Oh yes they arc prettystrong up there What are they doing In the I1JY- r prices They are making the prices about double If that is true I suppose all the farmers who raise tobacco belihg to the association No n great many do not Why notl It seems to me from what you soy that it would be to the Interest of every farmer to join Why dent they all Join Well you see if we pool our tobacco we must walt until the as ociatton sells it We ran get al most as much for our tobacco outside as we man in the association and then we do not have to wait for our moneyBut why will the buyer pay so much or nearly as much to outsiders as they do to the people inside when these same buyers offered only one hat as much before the farmers or ganized Oh they want to break the union down so they can get the tobacco at their own price as they did before the organization Mr Jones what would be the effect if the Italian buyers do break the association down The price of tobacco would go lower than ever for they would knot that U would be Impossible to or ianlzo the farmers lam Well if that is the way yet think about it It seems to me toot you tobacco growers ought to unlle with us and help get up this bar bocue andlet us publish these things and I think the farmers can aid eael other by ooopataUon I am glad I lave met you for I have boon want big to get acquainted with the tobacco growing dlvkion of our society fir some time I suppose you rood UploDate Harming Well sometimes but not all the timeDont you ttbaaoo growers gel yeaholing1 do pet belong to the society at all Hot 1 live among them and I know how it work as wilt as those hulde Out Mr Jones If II c farmers are benafllod aa much ae yea My do yea not feol thAt you ought to belong to the society spoetaflT whon yon think that you awl all the tobacco growers would suffer both mehie and ouUltlcef I hell HOCtu Iton wn I think that le Kfec a pleas teHgfon If a jwcarher shows Mm that he must be savedlor must be lost that Is all the preacher can do and the man must than take his own nurse and the consegeeneei are lift with him- itadsnttsad If I Mr Jones to moan that he hall glees me the facts in the cage and ho regarded it none of my bunneee to mtaetion him farther so I changed1 the abject Mew tnete are a good many seems named Jmoeami some of them pzooflwtt c1Sc the A Sof Inut we suppose they elo net sit see alike but this man k swroly an Impartial lodge as ae hi ontatde of the as seotatlow Election Commissioners for Firat District Named The State board of election corn mtuteiMrs have coapleled the Itat of ewMtly elertton conimieehiners The remaming democratic members ft PInt district are Caitoway cows Iy K Robertson Murray i Pulton ieflHty W C Johnson Hlekman i Gravis county C W Wilson May Aold Hkkman county W to Ticks Qiaton The republican members from IhcI Pirst district arc Ballard aunty W 1 Witty Bandana Caldwell L F Saoseen Princeton Galloway D H Hodden Murray t Carttrie George T JotMr Bordwcll Cell tendon county W B Yandell Mar- len i Mton Dr S W Paris Pal lea i Graves A C Carman May leld i Hickmon B I Peed Cltn OHi Livingston W F Miller Imilhlandi Lyon John Jones B lyville Marshal T M McGregor lanlon i McCrookan W IL Parley Paducah s Trlgg J T Tooke Ca ills Good Mnn FarOffice Qwenstero Inquirer Mr B A Gullion editor of the Henry County Local is a candidate for superintendent of public iuslnic lion Besides being a worthy Kentucky gentleman and good editor Mr Gullion has many other quail flattens for the office lie formerly was an excellent teacher not in allege but in the common tchoels lIe later served well as it county superintendent he was a capable president of the Kentuoky Bdu tatlnnal association and he hCh just retired from the presidency of the Kentucky Press Association He has always been devoted to the educational intetests of the state lie is a Democrat Notice For Salelotbr mules and horses cows and calves and lot of hay different kinds Will sell on reasonable terms See q t J J C Bondurant Mr S N Sweeney who lives in the upper bottom tells us this week that he has a freak pig at his house One of its ears is of natural size while the other is not and under it He tells usIs grown another ear It is quite a freak and will bring it to town soon and let the people take a peep Are you going to the Union City Fair A good lime wilt await you 1 0 A getter From Archie Her tweck sin Francisco Cal Atfg aO 190G Mr Tyler Heal Hickmao Ky Friend Tyler Ko doubt you are tut prised to hear from a schoolmate be Ing m the loldeti West Ii might say the Uil of sunshine and flow errs but I hues been here for tin last six months experienced the aw fill disaster thathas befallen the city of ten Francisco and if you desire 10 publish some will endeavor to tlliti to you to the beet ol my ability To be awakened by an oatlhquaki such that has befallen our city is ai experience I never care to go thro again On the morning of April 18 at flilS that beinu the time thi dock 011 the Perry Building stoppers which has served the marines fIr the lost forty rears popU ruhed item their knees not stopping tis adhNt ay clethhig and r1d be seon on the streets m their night gowns At that lime I was slopping at the It Kathryn Hotel Mo 480 Bill atreelnow a moM of twisted star andd bricks The lire which follows covered the awful ruins the earthquake hail left Buildings could tx Sean with their front walls all lallei out On J caving the Hate looking 10I word the Southern portion of tin dty could be teen columns of smoke and five minutes after spread the awful news that the water mains ud hurst ed and DO water could be ob tained le extinfuiah whit in a few hours would reader UM greater porgy time ot tau Fiantieco in amaxsTtletjng natal MaCan4cs Pavilion the largest of its kind in the Weatas wined into an Emergency Hotpitol and was- liMli crowded with dead dying and wounded The scene was henrtrend ng and sadder than alt the tire one solid mass of lamas was lastly working lu way toward the large structure and within ton hours men woman sad children were working tike demons removing the injured sad thf dead from the Paviltion They were then plied in wagons of Ivory description and taken lo Gulden Cute part where today those that survived are in a large tent jailed the Hispltal The ItiiUliHgs to suffer most were lose in the seuthefh portion of tin rutty known in the West as South of Market The Brunswick Hotel the least of this district situated at the joiner ot 6th and Mission Streets in sight tory structure was entire lly demolished the earthquake Fully one hundred people lost thou lives in this building I saw them dig out over JO holies leaving at about nine oclook on the morning uf- April 18th Later on I saw addend who hod stayed there to see how many bodies were dug from under the debrit and he said that at least 100 were takers out after I loft I oeuki write much more but rards would never give you an iaea or the predicament of our city after ihe earthquake and fire and only a trip here coukl convince anyone of the awful catastrophe The fire savored an area of S24 City blocks I when figured down equals to 4square miles so you can imagine the ex lent of the fire I have composed a piece of music ibout thr wmbqiwkc and will have It reedy for the market in about two weeks will have it on sale at our friends crelltJelITrusting you will find this intrres Ling enough to print in your prosperous paper I ramain your friend Arch 0 Herlweck FOR SALE Log wagon good repair Also wont to hire timber autton and log teams Jay good wages Lon Robertson Bast Hiokman Ky aAn exchange tells of newspaper reporter woo interviewed thirty sue essful butinef men and found that all of them when boys had been gov creed stilt tly and frequently thrashed He also interviewed thirty loafers and learned that twenty seven of them had been mammas darling and the other three had been reared by their grandmothers r r r 4- r NOW IS THE TIME J y i TO PUCE YOUR ORDER FOR i i COAL i Pittsburgh Coal Needs no introduction in Ilickman It has been used hue for years and has always given perfect satisfaction It is Ihe kind of coal you want Takes very little kindlI ing to start it Nu popping out in your eyes andon the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very bestt and ICheapest Coal on the Market 1 J Our Prices are positively the LOWEST Place your or der NOW for future delivery while the prices are low I estt Full weigntt and fair treatment guaranteed Inde endent Coal Co S Hickman Ky Phone 153 t4t ===Q rand=Z8 Rally and Barbecuej k Of the Farmers of Fulton county Ky t v Tuesday Sept 20 1906 1 At the Grove at Mud Creek Bridge lion C O Dray ton President Illihoia Mute Union A moricun Sooiuty of IEquity will addrosa the funnerH undo Choir friends on tho subject or Controlled MnrkoliiigI and Ilow to ObUiin Irolituhlo PriooH on all IPnnn Prodtiotn Tnko a duy oil for an onling with your friund- HDimt forgot to bring your wifo anti uhildrun with yon OIHuurs of tho IvunMioky State Union A Sof It uivo buuii invited to he prustitt- Tholiiokuiuii Kid Bund will bo there whloh TityTina good Music Oomu mid onjuy yourself ThlB will bo a llntl letter clayarMr 00 Dray ton will addrt s thn farmers of Obtott 3ounUy Temi ah the Court Hoiiso in Union Oil Sutni lav ijt 22 1000 at a p in- John A McClureII E C Carter Committee J H Saunders S I HtICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABtISII D lasS t Tom Dillon Sr Prop j SuoewMor lo B C Ramagc duad N Marble and Granite v Monuments CURBING STONE WORK ofall Kinds Iron G I IHICKMAN KENTUCKY COTTON ADAMS JUCCCJOR5 TO r Ellison Mercantile Co and Smith Adams Personal at tention given to Plumbing Tin Work all kinds of Sanitary Work and Steam Fitting Roofing Guttering and Roof Painting a specialy ALL WORK GUARANTEED GIVE US A TRIAL cc=sc SicM= wacrca xr F Printing For Less Money jjBetter THE =COURIER 1I I 94 J fls Jo w i f t tf t I Ii 1- V i 6 fl r f r l 1l f f- I t l f I h 11- II N a j I If ft f It 1t CP 1p CP 1p 1e 1t CTe Cw ati CU Cb Tem Fuye AI has voffid W t last Council Proceedings Hickman Ky Sept J 1906 Council met in regular session Present Mayor Dillon CotMeiIt eo Hertweok Dorms1 Rat and Ca ruthers Minutes of test mutingtare- and road approved The following accounts more p sontad properly approved and on motion allowed and checks otdercd ssued for amounts Cotton Adams repairs on water trough t 991 Boston ft Gray repairs on derWO tW 1 R DoMHslI traot work 76Jt Report City Twntwrer to Arrgast 1906 am rvm ACCT To betI per Jut refort 9 10923r To amt reed of G L Car pester 100000 To amt rood of H C Helm 10 07 SlJ6yJUI By amt paid out in Aug 601 9 1I Bal to credit this sect f 66738I WATER II LIGHT BOtfl At CT No change sincei last report Balance S21600JI cITY HALL AOCT No change sine last report Overdraft St f W C Joknson C T The Clerk reported to execttiloo of the foiltring cemetery deeds To J lh Tnnuii Lot M7 lAw 20x30 ifetlII iilrrati m 51100 Supt DilkMl Icript tot im To O W Newton E ll4li i Lot 356 sine if J lot Iah70 Itort CMt atderelioi SJ2 Supt Carpentrr receipt for same To K D Jokoeon W hat of Lotjj 26J sue of I lot MxJO liNt cII sklerntton S16 Sept Orp ters receipt for some Mr L P Button of the Hlekmnn Realty Co appeared before the Council and requested Ute Council to fin Catlett sad Fulton strets at their tab ruction icflWont for unI4 and proposed that key woeki fwrniok the money for Ute tabor thereon I and in payment of same would take credit for taxes due the oily on tbeirII property on corner of said streets On models Council adjourned 1o t meet Friday night Sept 7th at 7JO oclookAtlet H C Him dtr Clerk 1Jordan7 4Joe Kerlin was to fftgbHBD braJay on tmdneear W F Montgomery tpent Snniiay with rolatlvos hero R Chas MeMurry and fnmily spent Suntlaywitk Mrs E C Carter Miss Farrnr McConnoll kt vialtiaR Miss Jennie Maraca at litHe LlMII Hurry MeMurry soul NttPolk vtsttMl Mios Aussie Carter Sun dayMrs W B fowrfl loft Friday for a visit to rllltfvOl in ColumMn TennMrs1l1la Wfiynitk of Troy is the guest of Mrs ft f McConnell this week IITryMrsportSawMa1 Mhv Moyme McAdoo retuined Friday from Wavorly Twhere I sure has heel visiting her uncle W T MeAdoo fJMilSOlGlenn and Bessie Aloxomlor sue I MayfieldW T Boodumnt spent FrWay Intt Fulton Mr Bomlumnt Intends I movmg his family the Qso as to have advantage thtMhf 1 t Wednesday evening last weok with Mrs W A Naylor aachnperon the young people took a kayI ridIIIgiven by Mies May me Naylor in honor of her visitors Guests of the enjoyable occasion were Misses Ethel Naylor Brline Reed MnyrnlNaylClr Guy Hale Cowgill Rogers Floyd aa sL 1tu t tV u EVERY PROMISE TO BE FULFILLEDf I Kentucky State Fnir nt Louisville September 1722 RniltI roads for the Fnir Kentucky Citizens Proud of Her Achievements Puree af JIOO Per the Daily Tr tlln Rates Live Sleek BxMMts to Eettpse All Previous FalnF1eral I Hall a Thing of Beauty V tThe work of elaaafcTyHn aad ar setJIRg aKhtbtU fUr UM KItBldle Pair which will b hM I in UeuuwnU dread UM week of 1tgttem- Le ITtt 4s now watt untfar way and every buHeaUon BBBVW to the assess lot tke silk whssk owl brine an uted lied to tko NW aM areaaot Kan tnekya product to the world IB n taemt stteseHre him TIM FMr wtll to hold at Churrklll Doves UM Brafterty of the New Uml alb Jockey Club over WIIIt dleovate UM moat haetwhwrlalhrwlt that this nwatry ha err now hat raced Moot prmfm all are bNaa wrought at tfcla Iteauiirul alutrd1 when UM sat am threw wit n the nratlbur ol tlM Fair a twos iMilnt tress of beauty will be prnwaiml m UM ejna AM UUUMBM alaaa bIIdtas to bs known M HorUeustnral Hall wta ho MM wtttt the rkaMtM MH tfcuu hug UM Norton tel IosKantuekyt pr ONeta of taaaiirn htsad com NUl lie tlaaaByt la their1 beet form Tuer wit bf tiMh lr i of liilBSislmg sad IImimMlw oiBlhtta tar UM tamers why hate ran to e N4 team aM acharae Ida with u II Ill UM reasons dapart Bi at tBi win be afouMM aprrlBHuU of aewii work awed hhe krswttr wUI ia l raatfi lot of MM MM ptflturvn whkh uM datbzbt UM as wall M he palate la trout of UM trawl sward UM- BlBO aDd MB sua Of Ik BUTM world will a oa parade Than will be the aakkNMbM Sv aJte4 saddlers willie dM walk Wt red raster bnraes with their ertieil tale win be ta eeatnwt with the men aknwr Amertaau sail diva wNh their tow beautiful wuvb g ta0sIs UM cattle abed thorn wttl be apteudM apeHasoui of Hrataedi J4Ned Deuimosad other bet oaV tM 411e elMiller tbs win be the hMk clod MlkVara l Jersey MM tkr taste at wtlry cattl la Puttw r seetla of ta p grad will IM guar torHl tat ktrsm aM a aaMi4l4 mpro MA4Mtl M of very bated will ba In ttw per raaarr d far tatr MW laI attll aaetker part will W UM nim Uaa ei abatu the SaviUMtownii UM Marteaa INfwwMraa sad wUMr Itlasdardd hies L Farm Implement TIM Anrlewlberkt will bhe aroUy ta ter eU4 M Uw MR xblfcitt af tans lag hepMrtta and rsaellse4y TM atHt lBT MMna In maihloat will beI rtr to ba closely emmlMxlI and their working mcpUlned br aipvrta The ffuwa fr general axhIMU I mn rwfiljr pravKaM for en the roUIIIwind Ute Hwaaffum beta Ito It lhatII UM Peer will bo a errant to the 8i I oil worthy of Kestrel itraatMl IUI- I the MMt furred Ujr tor tie 9tMUa af the Unlen The patrttlan- M I I avarr MB and drnwatrr nf KItasks awMtld be nrewwd by the star- Pblr TtMBgk Jalur than her iItrI- atM I af OHM ImHatm sad ininoii I IN Hravldloc for this nnimal zhtblitls SUU BvvarNMMMt baa pow ileac Ida part ami It will be UM peN- ren Iand rfBtjr of every son of uII 001 te build MR the Suite PMlr HMtll It atas4s whet It Neap at he lead of all Slate hSMNUBR pra4 cta of fWd sad farm lore maUa sad by coming klmwir 18 s4s a wbnrt Kantocky kaa prmturatJ Tko State will be roprfl ntail bf Urn tot KantMky has IA hlWt to the werW red Ute wend will be there to se what UM State la doing alenK thIof proRTMa TIre StAte Fair U an a4n Htor helping the farmer and atMkbraeder ta Improve hU method sail at the same time cduocrto the world IIB what Kenlifbky has to otter Kantnrkf baa reason to IJO proud oft acktovemoHt and the State lair wmM be mode a Pala oreinlon ThIrailrOAd fro otTonnR Rrmtly rwlurwl1 rates from every part of Kenlnrky StAte llalr mAR remnnt haa pro vlilad antorUrtnmont ntnH8 m nt red Ingtnintlon for ctory one who attends and It ItI expected that the benvflt noorulng from this great exhibition will foe af kiatlng valae to 88f1Iaunty tn the taste Pull InformaUon In recant to serve Hut for any djjparttwnt of chIII Pair ran be had from J II I acrotary at Fourth and Slain rtreIaI HiUirllla Ky Over tlSrXHt HM tea I offered In puma and premlnmi It IIIIHT by far the Innwal amount that has over IHMR nirarad at a Kentnrky State Pair Pour race will IIf on the prom Mrh atlerwtoa one for troUeIor parent and throe for running Itora f PHIMM Ila Urn running rata will bit- UIiO Barb and In the hurnww race SRM each Kixiraa of outside nttrac I lacludingflhiwn I iOIliay ill of Which Will 10 ttb- iHlrl mural Murir will bt furnlshc liy n iirna of Uitc rnatUmnl promlnonco I aid will play dnrki I the day and will idipgIAL + arltw e eaeti rlarlrSI a- crv tts11 r worry MrrvY If 9t Naylor MerotrII-I ii- =7fDeprtlnef1t Store I j Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Fur 9 1nislling Goods Groceries Ilardware f I Drugs Buggies Wagons Farm InscII 4 Machines Furniture Snit II- llfAYCE KENTUCKY 4 It idAWofI lit 4 To You I 4E v Our stock is nil under one roof under 4one management and one force of clerks We Itrun all departments at pniclically the cost of run tninRt c ne department Thus you sue our nhilityt 4 to make CLOSE PRICES We arc glad to an 4 nounce to the public hut we are now fully pre litt pared with new anti uptodnte goods in nil de it partmcnts for the Full Trade II tt I Rocivcd 1 a hu lu w Ilotas Shaw J I h niN l i Till tt l nn till i entirely nail ntwl F f niLHruft curl noFi ild until to nlitnv OUIwv lmv nit hniid of Clothing None 1 1The style and makeup of this brand iis unex 4celled and we sell them cheaper than regular 11- t clothing houses can to sell them t Latest styles and I t and t Full line of I Guns Plows 4 4harm Bar and 1 Disc ti 1 Iron Beds Etc i We curry a heavy stuck of of I all kinds the continued advance i in the sugar market for the next TWO WEEKS twe will sell you t 18 best Granulated Sugar 100t Best Patent Sylph Flour for cash 450 I t 24 lb sack Flour cash u uu 55c I t 1 Gallon Syrup 35c 0 pkgs Arm Hammer Soda 25c N 4 Arbuckle Coffee per pkg 16c 4 CASHI 1or 4on timr Full line of Harness and SadUIrry at right prices j jam ah15 BALE TIES AT 95c CASH FREE II t 4we give uhf 11011li 4al tumbler Kr 4 After you t spend G- i 11get a set 4of tum litilers free withI your initial en i same Just loads niul ihiminlitiiKfl rlt4ukR 1 new HLya iiunn Sterling Brand Better afford Shapes SfclOES HATS CAPS Stoves Wagons Harrows Sewing GROCERIES Notwithstanding lbs att cashyou gravedon IMl1lnthing- Iry Machines I The Fifth State Development Convention The Bxocuihre Committee of the State Development AociatiMt met in Louisville Monday October 1011 and 12 1906 as the time Itr the Sth State Devclrpmtftt Convention at WnehMter Active preparations have tbees Ufun IN Winchester for 1the Convention sad will be pushedl from sow on until the mooting in Oc tober It premise to be the largest and moot important gathering of tht year in the State A plan for a per manent orgonUnUon wilt be presORt rd to the coNvofUkm fr adoption fwhirbiit is believed will make tne erganlaatlenp objtotiM what It ran be in its position as nn Iminitrtal sail commercial stale its resources Having been neglected sail its com aterrial soil msnufoeluriH advanta gas overlooked The Stale develop meat movement wad started by bust nem men with Ow patriotic duke to sec the state forge ahead and grow to Le among the trot of suttee w her induoUlni irnportftMic Dur 1ing the four years of its existence the AsflOCMlioo kas done mnok good Along the live of adworotsoe aislet t omtendal I eMttots and tile lmp mf cd potictee stoat tare helped oar UsleisaesaMuch to u people utt UM 8UUe will be diloalwdt al the Gmveaiieti ai Wmdavoter and plats msfpeti out lor its work sadFlrinatun tntnits en will Dddreos the tnoerotsliea Uelegnle to wise convention will be named by wile county Jodfes of rack county mnyorof ends day soil by Back commurokil ornnniaaUoH Anyone writs tabs to aUeod the ConvenUon pan be siiasiHs f stator gate direct ups nnfMenUon to the Secretary of toe Convuntmn Law year at LouieviUe novjot IM dole puss were preoeoi nod some 99 counties of the stale repr eseMeal oy the buoinees men of tilt osjonty- We hope that tome of Ute most active mad best boemese men of this county will go as delegates to the- thoroeghlyConvention sail watt go prepared to thoroughly present our mdustries teeonnieo products otc Ncodpin the way of kwhsstrtal develop meet and have to offer to and pioeportive dtiaeiM The swatter should be looked Into and a care fully piepared statement made for use at Ute convention Judge J M BoAteR of Winches trr was elected VteeCkalrman off JIrdarrIof the Convention ForSale Two dwelling hllaJNle S roorns Ithe other 6 rooms wafTtmprovail on the cornet of Marr and Ashland street in West Hlekmon For terms apply to Lac Powell Hfckman Ky Now that poet weather Iis here the Masons Wilt moot at the Masonic Halt every second and fourth Mon day night VMlfng members air dully Invited A S Rostthle W M II C Holm Secy Miss Virginia Davis has just re turned home after spending several months with Mrs Maude Cook oCI Coryijon Kentucky She wasi royally entertained One of theI most charming features of her visit was an extended tour through the eastern cities anti Atlantic coast j Girl Wanted We want a girl about sixteen years of aye who JIs a good speller to to learn to set type In this olllce One who onn conform to Ihe simple rules of the office The work IIs easy pleasant nnd instructive partyApplicants A Paradox The living well con slats in being perfectly satisfied with what one IMS and strongly deserving something better The realization of ambition can only come from con tentmeat and work LoIforflaa i MeaIand Fead Store Arenta CHASE 4 SANDORj COFFEES and TEI Cash Book tipleu IIII ILW ROQKSSTAIlNERY STAIlNERY10IlOi Call ail nee I- hlUK III to lair MAu Itylssal EXPERT T1NNQ I pane aoseted t J M Kasetoe aNd Plembet- 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llllVttwliIIIIuj I MASH Wk Dujg auUi lIyIHoly1t1v11I rr mi b w aintill 1 p in m 10011011II I MwINouCIIwrTicMyiKilka nillll I I llIJIIIIlhJCwrltorI I 1 I I I I I I I lof 14 t I +++++++ LOCAL BREVITIES iit + I i I I I to i + I bubiorlbe for the Courier Mrs Gorman Vance is very ill Finis L Clarke of Madrid Bend 6 IIS In town Ufttan City never doeot anything on A clianp Male Mir lion C Hale was In Utrtaft City Wednesday Mix Jesele Wall of Cayto ift attending school hore bus Then i of Mayflcld It at tenting oourt ihti nook Pbr Tee and CM Tilaphwiie No 1S3 ritakman In Coal Ob Jas Mtlner of ftilton has too seat at tkefbnrt hoMo this week Jbr Ice and Goal Telofhone No 1S2 Ittokman Ice Coal Co DD Ilondnrant of Fulton came down Iwaeday to attend court SontoiNtai 4otng all 4av iept 26 2 dBk B OU at Uadon Cttyt Greatest Rttt OR flltwptre DIsk Wheat Drtfl etflr new far Mle cheap lit NM A WSDnnifJ MnuH F Qftvti and her mother aft Wedl clRr tor A vIsU la Calvrtt Ctiy Ky- Ii A fir of the tilt Preirir Mo HRglB ft atteN tllg eimt here thk wosk MN L It Kiric aid tlMgJiter have rtUuitod bocce Cawt to llsol Pmt Mo Tom IVvoR who hat Meat vWtlMK1 Mt bivthor Max atlrtiip feUm tai rrs6Arrisd tMMe- MtN Brtfue Rio loA Setunlay rr ttrttwi after a pleflMiitvMt with Mlw Manic HAyfer Mrs D A ProMt is rlil4ing tbt fad of I Co Lumtfortl Mrs VtmcVt home k at Oakto 1I I Nsyior wit leaMc here OR Ute this of September for Lcxtngton wlere fce wit1 otter Sittlo College Bdwto IVpra left today tor Jaefcxm Toms where he wfll tpend the winter with Ms aunt flt Ben Or If ye waat to enjoy yonrclf you oat do so at tlM West Tomeuoc fitly at UNIM Cky M September NVWtam S ftop r amid MISS Utttan A AfilekMIe of tram Water Valley Rywe martiod at IMlw Tiwrwdny Your mtnev or yowr Jff c t NoUher it IH danger U you lave your laMtlry at Smith h Ambor t for Prank Smith Basket leaves TWwtay Mrs R S Mitrrell and daugvfor M tea Addle left INiooitAr for 11Lon MIN Ate will eo tp Qnd H aU1 whore she will enter a aooMmtnry of larsle Coitcn Adams were aWrard the eontmet tto Initall six new oleioU nod two lavatories at lUokmnnI College awl the work will bejjlnI soon ThIs is a nice piece of work and probably for this reason they got the contract The lavatories I will be put in the large halls one up stairs and one down stairs Attention is railed to the adver tisement of Naylor Mercantile Co at Ctyce which appears In this awe These gentlemen have probably the largest department store in KbltonI County all af which is under one management They are beginning this week a campaign of advertUing which there Is no doubt will be effective slnccj they are thorough business men have honest goods at honest prices and what they have tray o to you will be of Interest and a benefit to you Welch for their ado A novel manner of entertaining was witnessed on Thursday of his t week when aparty of young people partook of a Gypsy Tea on the Missouri shore opposite Hlckman Mrs Naylor acted as chaperon They told the Courier that the Stacker Lee came down purposely to parry the party across the river Misses Ethel Naylor Erlinc Reed Carrie Naylor Lolo Cavitt and Mayme Naylor Messrs Lacy Richards Ii Guy Hale Cowglll RogersIi Floyd Naylor and Robert Doug Kett V u l Boys and Girls =k K School Shoes A marvelous collection of school shoes for boys and girls Every pair guaranteed to be all solid leather and as represented or I Get old jnpor wrists ofltae A Acc Iline of Shaw It Botlei wocths W II Diillaer tets in StJoteia buying fall goods this week Per lee and Coat Totonhone Mo 152 HWcwwn ke Coal Co C So OronlftiMl of MsyfleW was at the LaCJwle Mtmtay 11st ttntw It All that wit of grooorlw and save year mtnoy K R GlWb and chtidron of Vast1 Pmlrtt Mo are MitnK in J Hnlfah Iis In Chlaop Ihir- week buying needs for the firm of I Ilalfch FOR rooms for light Apply at once 1 tobtra J W lUswafl All person 70 years owl and over are admitted free to tIM boamifwl West Tennessee Ilalr Ground 1 Mr and Mrs Itarnc y Iilhiferr0 of Gadsdon Ala have teen the guests of Mr and Mrs 3 IDodd Miss Carrie Nnylor returned to her home In Union CIty Friday I She has been the guast of Mlw I Mamie Naylor On Tuesday afternoon Misc Mildred Kamnno oittertalned the j 1 T Club In her utual charming manner rise afternoon was pontII most in the Study ofI Trees which proved very and instructive MJse Irene Holm captured the prize a hand painted hair receiver Punch was served during the entire afternoon and at the close of the Study of cream and cake were served At this meeting the Club was undls turbed by the little messenger who always brings good tidings from the n t s I Why le They are correct iin style economical in price These are essential features in buying of shoes Your moneys worth your money back Your patronage solicited Bradley fr Parham Hickman Kentucky kUiiwjtncat registered Uettersworlh oilAin HlikmonI BreafRBNTDeslmWe housokseplnR pleasantly interesting refreshments Southl and the two the R J MeAde of Union City is attending cosirt P I Ward of WalmiJ Leg was t in wn Tueotlay- AllVrricy Tom Smith of EfllfBn itattejtdtngeonrt AlUcil Smith and wife came in from Helton Tneeday Rl Webb of Mayfield had business In ooort thlek Air Ice and Cool Telephone NpI 153 Htcktnnn Ice Cool Go Mils Iftlna Carpenter went to helwinI Mrs Pollak and children have andjfamilyj Can you keep a secret j Bettertworth sell groceries cheaper then anyone but it M no secret War Rent Duilnris house on Clin ton street now oocuptrd liy Htlbopl hardware store Sec W A DtMldl Miss Hunlre Meaoheam and Clar cue Rood of Fulton wore guests of Mr and Mrs S L Dodds this week Dont forget to go to S tuw Uoltoraworths whon you come t I town Groceiics cheaper than 1111 olieapest Tuesday afternoon of last week n number ol young people went 1 I I Combs Springs for nn enjoyable afternoon The honorees oi thisI party were Misses Carrie Nnylor of Union City and Hrllne Reed ofr l Fulton both of whom were the pleas ant guests 01 Mist Mayme Naylor on Troy avenue Each of the party took with them a basket of eatables which together with the cool had and pleasant conversation made the evening one of nuch enjoyment I them all Mesdames W A andI Eugene Naylor and 13 Parham war the hociesxs r r Lean Smith is in Chtoago Dr John Naylor of Cayce was In town this weekIGeo Long of Fulton was in HIckmjn Tuesday Esq Atterberry of Caycc was in attending court this week Frank Watson is creating a rest on his form near HIckman C F Dahnke of Fulton wa registered at the LaClede Monday MN Laura Brown Is visiting in Burney Bioemfield and Dexter Mo IThe Ladles Guild will meet at Ed Millets Thursday afternoon at 0430 j1011s Lucy Watson and Mrs Will have returned from a weeks stayat Dawson Mrs N M Jackson spent last week in Fulton visiting her mother Mrs F C Crutchfield Miss Lillian Choute has returned home from Dawson where she has been recuperating after a spell of fever Ira Green won the Ilickman GunI Club medal this week breaking JI seoontoII medaleJudge W H Hester H J Moor marl Sam Grassland Gus Thopas aroe among the visiting attorneys to Circuit Cour- tREWARDoffered at Iliakma- Bank I by Porter Shumate fora pair of rimless glasses lost Sunday evening between his home and the Kpiscopil Church eThe skating rink will be openedI in stickman October 1 There is no oofI pneumatic pads would sad greatly thosee participating In the sport gf Three States Items Dr Bright made professional visits here last week MrsI Barnes and family came over to the barbecue last Thursday Alec Barnes spent Sundayand Monday with his family at Hlckman John McFarland is quite a frequent visitor here What is the attraction JohnAfter quite a silence will come again to let you know we are still in ringT Ballew arrived Sunday for a few days visit with Mr Coleman familyMrs B Coleman and two children spent five days with Mr Coleman and family last week I So many of our people have had cases orIfArkansas fever ItVehope however they will conclude to remain at home Saturdayfrom delle Ark He reports things mov ing and plenty of work Mrs Ballew was quite sick last week but is now convalescent Mrs Shanks is also on the sick list We hope for a speedy recovery The barbecue given by Messers BayouBridgenancially and hope the boys will re peat at some future date Jim Tipton Burse Doss and Mrs Crawford with their families Mrs TeWhittll- and Misses Tanglesley and others whose names we failed to gel at tended the barbecue and report a nice time Grandma Sanders left on Stacker Lie for Luxora Ark on a two weeks visit Misses Lillian Lindly and Ola Tl omas also returnee to their Ark home having been visiting friends and relatives for a month here and at Dorena Route Five Items MUs Butler is visiting her sister Mrs D D KIrk Miss Pearl Kirk spent one night last week with Miss Keeth Miss Freda Taylor was the guest of Miss May Sticks Saturday night Mr Jim Osburn and family were the guests of Mr A D Williams Sunday fMr Bob Eskew wife and children spent Saturday night with his father a Buck Eskew x Mrs Beckle Osburri spent last week with friends and relatives in Sanders Chapel neighborhood Miss Artie Donnell and brother Thurman of Ilickman spent a few Amess F Wilson A good crowd attended servloe at Mt Manuel Sundae Bro Jerry Clear preached In the morning and Rev Foust in the afternoon Mr Toy Cloar of Clayton and Miss Ira Williams of Walnut Lod were united in marriage Sunday by Esq Buner We wish them a long aod happy life Miss Lucile Bondurant went to Union City Thursday Bob Smith of Clinton was in the olty attending court this week Jourt will convene in Fulton next week and return to Hlaktnan the week following Born Yesterday morning to Mr and Mrs Jas C Newton in East Hickman a girl W J Spradlin is building a franc residence for the Ilickman Reality Co on Catlett street Our old friend Tom Powell returned home Tuesday from the pointsnAttorney W H Piston of Ahuno Trim was m the city this week assisting in the prosecution of Andy Walker lOne of our prehy 1905 graduates of West Kentucky Cull galld jfs popular representative of one of the tl leading banks in this city will be married next week Well tell you the test later Mayueld Messenger d 1 t 4iio thr q f a I r Meet Your Friends II j 4at LAUDEKD ALES F I TONSORIAL I PARLORS J 4 But in Hfckmao Hot and lii 4cold baths electric lights F fens hydraulic chain FI everything St HicJcaan for comfort Ky F iiands t door t Caruthrrs c A 7 II With Its SECURITYDepoeitoraol SfOOOUI IK x 9arplnsxi TheiASSURANCEI That every reasonable ro quirtraent can be at vsth its unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD Par sate and oOllJIlrMUve- I managofnfMt in the put trust fattarsIr THE HICKMAN BANK offers iU easterner a service that w second to none u t l 1 t BoiTYauEat23 iJ i IWn V MJ W ant the IMST I l JNICIC iivii rr I have moved to the Sumers stand nppaeUe the depot and am prrpared to tom meals and lunches in an up todatt manner Open from 5 x J JDinncr m 1130 to 100 Full line of Confr nuns Cigars he L I PERRY Do It Now Enter the moat practical thorough and un to date liurines College in the South Send for beautiful catalogue and rates of tuition Addr- essPaducahs Central 4 306 Broadway PADUCAM KY c rxt aysya rss un- jV j GO TOE F DAVISa it itWhen1t u wirt a Id horse and a swell rig for a PUdtJ drive r He kenp Till IbEST HORSES 4 4andNEWEST KliS in the city and will furnish V flU a polite driver when you wish one Try One of His Rigs rhino 110 fflcfcman ST A HIokman Furniture Go INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 Jr S K Javilson Dentist HICKMAN KENTUCKY O4RM upeUirs over Cowgill 4Oowgilli Drug Storo r o 1AMArwsJ R y rrII II I I t I I + t +otu 4l HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I ITI J I1 I I 4tnuci Ar 1tlO I knew hf the smoke Ural so pet fully curled Above the treea elms that a enflame was near And I said If theres ponce to be found in the world A heart that is hambte might1 hepe tor it hen It is just as peeeihit to keep a calm house as a dean one a cheer fiat house us a warm out if the beads set themselves to do so Where is tIM dmVwUr of commiting each ethers wesliaessee ae well1 aa each otters wrists easels others tempers as well aa sash others health each others cart as well as each others character Peace fflfestfce day where reuses ivies the mind otlltI It by Isavtag the peace at hose to chance instead of pursuing it by system that so many- lames are unhappy It deserves notice also Hat almeet aayoae can be osttooaszard forbearing and patient m a neighbors hour If anythbHr goes wrong or is out of tune or dteogntabU there it hi mode the best of not the wont even effort are made to excuse it and to show that te not felt or If felt it is attributed to neaWent not design sad this is not only easy but natural In the house of a friend I will not therefore believe what te M natural In the hones ef another w impossible at bente bet maintain without fear that oil the courtesies of lift may be uphold tn domestic society a hew band M willing to be pleased at home and as anxious tte please at id- a neighbors Ito and a wife of In tout OH making things comfortable everyday th her family as on set days to her pests could not fall to make home happy Let us net in vade the point of thus remarks by recurring to Use maxim about allow ing for tempefe It te ftast than folly to refer to our temper unite we cnwld prows that we ever gamed any tgood by givfwnf to It Pall of illbnmor punish es mttte as meet IfJ not more than those they arc vtnttd upon i and It actually rem quires mere elicit and Mists more painI to give them up than would be requisite to avoid them Then Since trees make the sum of human things And halt our misery front our foibles nprirtt 9tna Tjtfeli boot jeye toneWl In ponos an31 ease And though hut few snn serve yet all may pleats Oh let the amjiintie spirit tarn from hsnce A small unklmineM is a great efforwe aLOn When we observe tHe aoUena of men and woman it sometime seems as the TC were Ignemnt of the real meaning and value of love mv pedally in the troatmont of those who offer themselves most fully and freely te us are we often most un generous and ungrateful Is any mother ever repaid for the years of patient dove ion she gives to her children She of auntie gives in the right spirit looking for no re ward but we should receive in the right spirit by giving generously in return of our time our that our tenderness Its only mother anything will do for her I If the words are not often actually expressed the thot Is too often aoted upon And yet if we stop to think common decency tells us that only the best is good enough for motherIthat her devo Lion which surpasses all other love Iis deserving of the deepest respect and affection and that to forget her iis the blackest and basest crime that man can commit Mothers are love Incnrnate and because love is the highest thing a mon mnyknow and the most precious gift a nun or woman may receive he who disre gards or wounds it is the lowest and most despicable dreaded things Have we nut all seen young girls wounding the very soul of love by disregarding a mothers counsel and by refusing to sharee r itrdcno hwueskeeping with the urea mojlrer nave we not known young men who wrung the mother heartJSy rtttietfoX or by dbelpation orb KQgioal Every mother should take the time sad the money to keep herself and her children ae Ur and bcOOm mgiy dressed It hi espQalnllv mcsaenry that children should be taught eoth by prompt and example the valve of dross In childhood hftbta are termed The hUtirct who are atonstemed to seeing their mother with her hair becomingly arranged and In a pretty gown and who are themselves compelled while ytvng to pay attention te little details of dsallnensaid dreast will serer grow up lIMo slnttery awn nail va u From the cradle te he grave It to the lot of humnnlly to lollew phantoms that elude the grasp The little child catches at the sunbeams gilding the floor i he opens his they hand expecting te beheld a briht trtts re but It w not thou He learns only by repeated dis appointments they have no tangible form sch are lifes scenes Change and diteppetaimejtl are written ape awry pars of tunes book Life however her many sttwy spots but they wwi seek happiness only from the werld tint but taw of them TV deeelRte soul leekwf spin this evil and that must like Monks does ht forced is rf totm lAte its ark of aafety Bow low tie head do rsfcraaee to the old man coot lkcI yThevfcisettades of lift hUSW ItIRrtAi his hair ud changed the woad merry face tta the worn visage before you Once the heart boat with nsptmtions crashed Vy disappointment as yours perhaps is destined to be Once thM form stalked proudly through gayecmaos of pleasure the beau Meal of grace now the hand of time that withers the tower of yesterday has bent that Allir and destroyed that noble carriage Once at your age he possessed the thousand thoughts that piN through your brain new wishing to accomplish deeds eo nl to A soak In fame t anon tatflglmng lift a dream that the sooner he awoke from it the bettor Rut he has lived the dream very near jtnroegh Jbt time to awaken Iis very near at hand his eye never kindles nt old dtods of darting and the hand take n firmer grasp of the staff Bow low the head boy as you wmilff in your old age be reverenced GIMERAL R BERT E LEE wee the greatest General the world has over known Dallards Snow LmimenM the greatest Liniment Quickly curesall pales It Is with In the reach of all T H Pointer 2lsIniment has been used In my household for years and has been found to bean excellent Liniment for Rheumatic pains I am never with out It Sold by Cowgills Dug Store and H elm tl Ellison More than 3000 dollars has been offered by the Wont Tennessee Fair Association in premiums Got In- line for some of this money and if you dont need or want the money some down and see big John L fine racing and other such attractions as will exceed all others ever pulled off at a County Fair 10 how ezy to spel qureoly sine f we dopted Andys wa We hope this plans com to sta Farrisand his able ward have spare no money in arranging for the comfort and pleasure for all who witness their 3d and greatest celebration We received a letter this week from our old Hlokman friend J W Cormnn of Brooksvllle Fla en closing a dollar for another years subscription lie adds after his loiter Hurrah for Senator Mc CrearyJas E Kenshaw organized a farmers union at Charleston Mo last week enrolling twenty new members 1 ot Miss Lola Walker Weds Her Star Witness puss Lola Walker who had re cently attained notoriety as the plaintiff In d 50000 breach of promise suit against Oil DIck Howards was martlerll last week to George D Ltiformiin who was one of the moil prominent witnesses fer the plaintiff In the trial The wedding took place lo Chica go It was a quiet affair and was performed at the residence of the groom Immediately after the trial ef the damage suit in which this chorus girl model and Bet joss had boon awarded a wnltel Pj 30000 against Col lUwnrds She repaired to chins There she root Lolfor men who appeared fn the Unlen City trial in her behalf After Miss Walker had left Unton City amt had been the redptmt of eengratutattens over hot victory In that noted trial the court decided that the damages were exorbitant hand the case was remanried for re tail It was then that the attorneys of Mies Lola Walter proicntcU their rue m the Munphls dtvlitan of the federal court and It wits expected that the trial would be ulmhtaled in the fall term of court Now that she has taken Sato heredf a laRd It Is believed that the trial wilt be dropped and that Memphis will net be the scone ef a renewal of the extended legal con troveray that wits waged at Union cry In the v11 wbteh Miss Walker entered aflMutt Col KJwards it was alleged that the Temtoseee million aire had taken her te How York ueder a pmmb ef marriage had ebtahteil hot otnfttlQOe and later had deserted her Alter returning te Chicago Miss Walker took her place In Chicauo Lawn social drdoi It Is reported that Lioferronn the groom is a brothtr of a young man who recently participated in a sewatwnal kid iwpplKg nose on Chiang Lawn carrying away the daughter ot a minister and marrying her againstl her fathers desire 1 SUE POUND RBLIBF If yen are troubled with Ibrer corn plaint and have Mt received help read this MM Mary It Hammrnd Moody Texas I was in poor health with liver trcror over a year Dooters did me no good and I tried HtrWne and three bottles cured me I onnl say too much for Hcrblne as It is a wonderful liver medlotne I always have it In the house Publish where you with Sold by Cowgdls Drag Store and Helm Rltlten Obten County School Children when accompanied by Teachers are admitted free on Sept 36th Oct the little follows toady and be as cured that their pleasures will be looked after AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION Is worth a pound of ours There arc many poor sufferers Consumptives who arc hopeless of getting woltwho if they had taken Clue ol themselves would now be well A couch is the foundation of Consumption liallards horn hound Syrup will cure that cough Mrs S Groat Falls Montana writes I have used DaUards Horehound Syrup In my family for years my children never suffer with coughs Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm fe EllUson Confederate Veterans at Fulton to Elect Officers v A meeting of the Confederate Veterans will be held at Fulton Ky September 12 for the purpose of electing a Brigade Commander and Regimental Commander for the en suing year The Commanding Gen eral will deliver the principle ad dress at the meeting Dinner will be served on the grounds of the en cnmpment Col Stubblefieldwho Is a member of the staff of Gen Ben nett H Young and who gave notice of the meeting returned to Fulton yesterday after a stay of several days in Louisville y farmers rtrh ots 1 CLINTON STREET J HICKMAN KY u Absolute Safety Is The BasI That wo offer to dupositorn Otlu r in luooinonUt are of sunomlstry iiiijiortani Opolllltil Gintrttnlce we Jtoiatt your ptih Iml JI J A THOMPSON i J 11 imUHANAN IroAitluni DIEEaroRSII 9liiitailJi T A IKHFHKII 0 444A44 I Will build you A HOMEOP 10AMY MONTHLY rwV + II r It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building material hardware sash and dears lob found in the city M are right You be the Judge i salt and see 9T A DOIID YOU WANT A Buggy I lamesaor Snchlle of High QUAilal a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guarantee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of allicinclcome to me Log Chains end Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators InrrowsI Drills Stalk Cutters Wt1 B ARRY HICKMAN KENTUCKY PHONE 74 for Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh f Meats of all kinds HRINZ PICKLES AND PRESERVES MiHKMUiire Club Can Gouts Solo agents for Dwinell Wrights Coffee White House Brand HICKMAN GROCERY CO n OARUTHERS CAFB rural POPU14AR LUNCH PAKf tH Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc Dont fail to hwir the IISIuotrio P in- nlCARUTHERSPHONE90 SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making as much off your farm as you ought J are making all you inn The trouble is the lland costs I 1 takes to much money to buy a big farm anti so you are try o living on a small fiurm or perhaps you arc renting one and li t share of what you raise In rent Wouldnt it be better to price of good land In so little that you can own a big farm acre of the ground Is woi king for you and all you raise s rI good profits flytheacre This land is increasing In value each year t See the Southwest at Small Catii A trip to the Southwest would convince you that your I e lay in settling there The trip can be nude at a very little tI- the err first and third Tuosda et each month you can purchacJticket to any point In the Southwest on or via the very low rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to exumnr iI ty you are intersted in Write at once for free copies of books describing tin x country and for ful Imformatloii about cost of tickets etctt W C PJOOBR D P A Cotton Belt Route 25 South lla Hemshis TOMB V