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IIaunn d 60D u THE nIeIcMN COURIERthe Ta that Pulls thl Cnmmarcral 0 Wdg1 up rh Hill of Success The Coure a5 a Spnkin Good Turn Ones J the fines of Your Upon DM Man and Lt Mitch Up VOiOMr 13- T r or JUPrU Jvmr XnKTOOKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2118081tAROGE NO SUB 1 ESTABLISHED IK THE YEAR 1859 iEOur1 3j 3 In Mens And Boys Clothin Eft I Copyright 1906 hy Mart Schafincr 6 Marx New Fall and Winter ShoesiWo know our line of Mens line shoes for the corning 1hall and Winter surpasses that of any former season The stock is muoh larger hence n grentor range of stylos You will find oil shapes from the sharp too for tho young men to the wider shapes for older per sons and all luath rfl Putout Vioi Putout Colt Vioi Kid Box Oalf and Gun Metal tussle in hnlnnd Hluohor stylus Three of the Best Makes HorshGim Crossett Abbot I no to 600 850 to iOO S to 850 Illllc KMAN KY o tent Fnrcon Railroads New Ohio Law br several years or 1 rvi decades too soon ulruad passenger fares t III tendency toward a II ii of a two ccnt basis T rates on the roads MI isiippt and north of trly evident and that mo the basis in this tliCl a few years is the experienced railroad roan r riant factor toward the t railroad passenger fares r 1r math of Ithe interurban I1 Tlws which now forma c ri work in many Northern J ra i areil erus inroads upon the ergr buitness of the railroads It wlllljwthaps be surprising to know that in Connecticut the trolley roads carry more passengers than the steam roads and it is well known that the rates of fare ate much cheaperAccording to the annual report of railroad commissioners of Con necticut the electric roads carried over SO per cent more passengers in 1905 than the steam lines The steam roads carried 64403149 passengers and the trolleys 102849 160 The steam roads injured 790 persons 184 fatally while the trolleys injured 46528 of them fatally The total stocks bonds and floating debts of the trolley companies amounted to 68048532 an Increase of 12000000 over the previous year Thus comparison may be made of the pMienger business of the two am AISr mAFIL aJ D efforts you you c the largest and best chosen gathering of mens and boys clothing ever as sembled in Hickman Late buying will not be advantageous to you nor to us so BE AN EARLY BIRDand make your selection from a complete and unbroken stock You and your friends t are cordially invited lookyoullbeHart Schaffner fr Marx Clothes perfectitpays to make and tell ami weAr Such clothes pays the wearer mo t of all We want YOU far a customer and the surest way to make you one iis to sell you a Hart Schaffner Marx suit Come in and see them Prices 1800 to 2500 Fan Sills it Fiittr Prices Suit our very oxtoiiHivo line at popular prices All tho seasons newest fabrics represented in solid HIM fancy eHoots modeled a nmn rakinn no riiir ht her grades Make your Bolootiona early Price 850 to S18 New Neckwear The large shipment of Fall neck wear received this week includes every new shape and coloring You well know how quickly neckwear is picked over so come early and lay in supply for Fall Prices 25 35 and 50c Furnishings Buy your furnishings early and get it off your mind Newthings in SHIRTS HOSIERY UNDER WEAR 11 J a a c kinds of roads to the advantage of the electric roads and the people en account of the convenience of travel afforded and the cheapness The average rate per mile on electric roads less than Iwo cents and in many Instances one cent per mile Iis the regular fare That this is not too little Is proven by the great financial success of these electric lines and their rapid spread all over the United States The railroads arc watching the growth of the electric roads in many I states with some alarm and where ever the state railroad commissioners will allow them they meet the re duced passenger sales between certain points In the case of an electric line connecting two large cities In Texas the general panecger agent of a railroad lioc between tke two cities t it Young Rens Fall Sellse Our Fall Suit for young men are splendid examples of high class tailoring merle on the same lines nu our high olarus trione nw L il ifww1 patterns as appeal to young men Prices f8 to 15 The Popul- arBEAVER Best hat that can be produced for S3 made of finest selected beaver fur felt finest silk trimmings plain or bound edge In all the new and nobby soft and stiff shapes at 300 Other grades in similar shapes and styles at 100 to 250 Boys Hats In the new telescope shape The most popular style for fall Black and pearl at 100 to 200 SMITH AMBERG announced that he would cut the fare on his road from one dollar to ten cents if the electric line made the fare too low The fare now In for e on both the electric and the steam road IU two cents per mile be tween the two cities but the steam road is allowed by the Texas rail road commission to sell a five hundred mile book good only between theee points at S5 which gives the railroad the advantage so far as regular business is concerned So it may be deduced that the electric roads will be the greatest medium for bringing about the re duction of railroad fares Since the new railroad rate law went into effect a great deal of free and re duced transportation is cut off and the beneficiaries or such have not yet been heard from but a howl is eXpected sooner or later and the howl will be attended by a demand for lower passenger rates on the railroadsThe Ohio twocent law which was at first thought to be entirely too radical is found to be working admirably and the railroads are actually reporting an Increase in passenger earnings Railroads that cross Onto and run Into other states did not at first like the idea of a twocent rate and were pre workIbutI are duce their rates in other states The Pennsylvania road was the fief to announce the reduction policy and now rates are two and a half cents per mile on that road in Pennsylvania with 1000 mile books sold at two cents per mile The Vanderbilt lines are expected to f a fliyAUU H =e Pit JIN is I Considerably Ahead We can prove our claim that we lead this town in our Boys Department Take our clothingthe famous PERFECTION Iti make is strong for service reinforced where wear comes sJupely aridrsylisin For little and I w n Prices 150 to 750 A clips We received this week a new lot of boys caps in the new shades and colors Price 25 to 75c HICKMAN KY o follow and other states are expected to fall itt line very soon with Ohio on the two cent tare proposition Abe Walker a negro charged with violating the local option law atlCrosno was last Saturday triad be fore a justice of the peace here and convicted He was fined SfOO In default he was placer in jail and shortly afterward with bull and chain decorating a foot wont to work on the rockpile When Jailer Cobb happened around that way again in about half an hour Walker had disappeared With n rock he had beaten the chain in two and with a short bit of it hanging to him had taken his departure From that time to this he has not been so far as the officers know Charleston Enterprise Wonder if this is Union Citys Abel atg+ w t jIJt Ii r tt I w jJu t11 iITHE HICKMAN COURIER III 8 T BBALE Wo SPIES J o SEI rON1 Edttn ud Fnrrttn ONE DOLLAR PER Y- sr EAR CASH IN ADVANCE II I Eutemd at 11Ue JUkHtAH Kentu- pogtoQtue ssr IU1 nroad rkaM mall teattK I Friday Sept 21th 1006 HENRY WATTERSON So much has been said about Col Henry Watterson his attit I toward Mr Bryan in 1896 and I changed attitude in the present campaign Whatevcr may be sold I the veteran democrat we believe is a conscientious democrat true to his convictions and not one to sit on the fence and fall to whichever side I public opinion would tend to dictate The Courier admires this kind of a 1 man even though his convictions be other than ours He is a man of brains he thinks for himself and stands true to his convictions acting j according to dictates of oonsdenc The campaign of 1896 has pawed inU history and why not let bygones a be bygones Mr Watterson is now standing loyal to Democracy and is accomplishing and will accomplish r good Below we reproduce a I k kMr from the Chicago Chronicle arid Watterson comment onill I VIatI p the Bryan dose and YOWl that he likes it The performance is notm genuine however for though Brynpiis the same old Bryan Wetter u J i not the same old Watterson fiWhatcdoestlHeMa any aspect thereof What can the P Chronicle mean by such terms leek and udole as applicable toIt1 prevailing conditions Is Governc ment a diet Is politics a physic f tlMustin their attitude toward public aff by mere personal likes and dislik oWftJMnlcnntThe editor Sptae lOU rierJou mal tedidBryandoes Ithasawmatter ef fact Mr Watterson has no time had sufficient knowledge Mr CCI J personaJintercourse dislike him and except to the mostthesel to Barrow and partisan fancy there is cbnOIt support he is now him thou TIIfitquite1 in the least since it is wise men and brave men who may change t heirTalkopinions whilst only fools and cow ardi stick to theirs in spite of wind I and wave With respect to Mr Bryan however Mr Watterson has had to stifle no conviction or repuen diate any antecedent Times have changed Conditions have than That is all Mr Watterson iis a democrat and has always been a ing democrat never a Republican EsBe senlial differences out of the way Democrats are getting together Mr Bryan is going to be nominated acclimation in the next Democratic side National Convention The Courier e Journal is going to support him and now you have it What else Whatl Go to I the Get thee to a blacksmith shop I Dost take thy brother for a bump on a1 1lotWHERE IS THE EQUITYrei It is a question of the utmost sim ThettheI Impartial distri button of justice now which do an impartial judge think is eq for the hard working sons of ultyto raise their crops for the consumption of underpricedthe by that and rate gamblers on the boards of trade who know not the value of a dollar or what a days labor meansor do you think it is equity for these sons parts of toil to organize and after they ment have by the sweat of their brows produced that which must be con sumed sirforproductAccording im partial Distribution of justice for I equality to exist the farmer must I have his just share of the value 1 the produce thaC he himself raise We think you decide in the behalf lofihe producer for in truth therein is the equity While this greal farmers movement is yet pncti lly in its infancy the marked results may be seen throughout the country and the resulting benefits would beto seen to a greater extent if the farm ers themselves would wake up to their own interests The Coui believes they ought to be given more encouragement and that onthe quitIhisnapping and conjecturing and take hold If they dont it wont be long ofuntil theyll be classed with heuseJ tabesdepA goodly number oi circularII letters were received by the llocal subscribers ef the Cumberland Telephone Company this week adc monlshing the people against couraging a competettve Telephone company These people insist t it is better to have one teleph company in a town with fair elsee and good service than it is to have competetive company and be I separated so to speak by two lines Now we have heard not a small amount of discussion about I consideringc what other people think about the ma we think that if the Gumberl v J people would give us good se r franco j calls for which are 15 cents per th less than the patrons there would not be so rauoh- distttUfaciion as there is Chise that these people h rem for is the best of service and bOlt instruments that are avail for S150 per month fore residences and S250 for boat LShouses Under these clreumala looks like unless these pe e with their part of the con which a franchise is the Jrfranchise and sheesto enter the field Ape the managers ot the Gumberl Ofd it be Felocal manager has nothing to do this of it and IIithisfto withthe I alJErprevent these people from charging exorbitant rates This over will amount to not less than S3000 a month to the local pat I s is about 35000 a year an an item to about politics well they are warming up some Our sister state all Tennessee is keeping abreast ofUI ing even though there is a poem which And politics are the damned estm Kentu MayfieldftIBedMessenger mores out is a tlaming editorial spinj the Monitor for crossIt over from the McCreary to thequi lines when in reality itofet would take the power of a compound microscope and the genius tit a PhUof Lobot the fence It is ondlshot StlWeI faareI advancement of their children at school as are the teachers and no now teacher takes delight in a pupils at failure The management limply wishes to call the attention of the pa I to the facts in the case andI urgently request no demand that nothing be allowed to interfere with progress of their children in corkyou Congressman Hepburn chairman the House Committee deal I amendments to the new railway law are almost certain to be made at the next session of frcInae of the act and making enforce easier The vital statistics increase in the numbe ear suicides in Chicago uDont Business Begins With Our Merchants This Week ofThe regular fall business is be ginningwith the merchants this week and by next week will be In full blast The largest volume of historyaIof Hickman iis expected to be done here this fall and from what we can learn all our merchants are prepared cope with conditions All the buyers have been to market and re goodllerare arriving Each season seems to inspire the merchants to excell former one in the quality of goods bought and the much desired result is that there can be found betheI excelled outside the metropolitan artment stares You will do I well to investigate the goods that I our merchants offer and we feel I quite sure that you will have no need to ge any further than one of local stores to get what you nwant Read tl e advertisements the advertisers in the Courier ofII leakhereragj what they have for you to see t Election Officers Named By the Commissioners EleotlonlisOfficers as appointed by the Count Coatroasioatntier SeptvFeltslitrejudge jj L Clayton Judge t Earl Boas clerk i J H Knighton sheriff reWBST FULTON W T Carr DThe W IhtrreatniuJudges i S J Fletch clerk t tees Cashion sheriff JncesJohnsonlesheriff EAST HICKMAN L C Luiu JidClerk I R E Millet I riff WEST HICKMANFA EllUon uniondsherifff Wthatand C M Brown judges W Stanley clerk S H Hadden she r MADRID BEND J R Adams- Jas Whitson judges Joe C clerk f Jas Laster sheriff Revival Services I begsroSurdbeen I daily prayer for the meeting Ii pastor has urged upon the congre gation for several Sundays to ma needed preparations for the corn revival All Christians and friends of the church are invited to cooperate in this work jAfter being out fiftytiro hours jury brought in a verdict ac tting H H Loving of the chit murdering H A Rose at Padu- cah i August J last year in Laving in the Fraternity building ving and Rose had been partners greed and Loving claimed he Rose in selfdefense The jury nine for acquittal and three conviction until the final vote Mr Joe Curlin late of Jordan is stationed behind the countersI E Q Rices and will be glad have his friends come see him well asdayI beIfriendsThe LRCareagreatestt htingworth recarcsChas Mier and daughter Mi May d parseConLee eniouie m St Louis to their home in New Madrid Mo Wm White and Miss I Rolling both of Fulton were mained DoddeaDont get Bosco mixed up with L but they will both be at Union City Sept 26th to 29th a r Fall J Announcement Our Fall line of Shelby Shoe GOSJ stilish shoe 1- for women is now ready We offer all that is correct in the way of perfet i shoe making and daintiness of appearance suited ttj the particular woman tod350 EE 150 to 200 cheaper ones if you want them boysyShoes that wear for pretty girls We are showing the latest creations ins Milliner 0 and largest and most complete line 1V l aver will be glad to show yo- uCash Shoe Store E C Rice 4r Company Dorena Items Our community was saddened la week by the death of Mr John Su ten The remains were laid to rest In BrewuS graveyard Friday Sym pathy is extended the bereaved tel p lives Mrs Kittle White spent a fe- p days with her parents at Cayce last week AydclolheSunday keMessrs Guy milt and Charlie Ay delotte accompanied Gertrude an Lillian Hall to East Prairie Satur dayMesdames White and Nunn were guests of Mrs J O King Saturday Kingeg spent Saturday night In Hickman workIdone Mesdames Bryant and Polhamus and little daughter Mary left on the Stacker Lee Saturday night to visit friends in Memphis T spentSundayR A Tankersley attended church nightt SunIn school Sunday MaClahadMonday frocm Monday who was i JumInlngover till circuit court t ssState Line Items S B Burros ant wife visited relaItives and friends in Greenfield la week Misses BrafieldhomesavisittoGreenfield t MtsBfamily Slever James Maddox returned fro Memphis Tuesday night He spentI few days la Hot Springs xhi away ItMean Joe Wilson and Edwin Moley are building a horn crib our little town It k to be the prop erty of Hardy Grain Co Min Louise Rogers of Hlokman and Miss Lula Jeter of Dresden Burrusrduring the Poplar Cave meeting LucyDurrul YlcdnadayndMrs Lena Shaw attended show in Hlokman last week fonddwith Miss Lucy Burrus Dr D C Maddox left Mont tar Nasnvflle to resume his stud in medicine MUs Bees Threlkcld is reported quite UI at Hcrnando Miss where she has a position as teacher Mr Lee Maddox liar his house under construction I Miss Lena Threlkold h teaching i a musts class at Arlington Ky Route Four Items I Mrs J C Roper and daughter Miss Nellie visited near LodgstouI this week Guy Saunders spent Sunday withI home folks closedin on teacher Miss Lottye Linder Who his been very sick is now able to be up but not able to attend school Miss Ruby is sick this week MondaynlchtMisses andDeeCayFridayetJim churchCayce at ssMrs a t Part j Kathleen French liar been illif WClarke B daysmR A Iskwtdtkiif I = v k Bayouville News IIIn t Springfield Ma army e Herold Wednesday M returned an Stacker Plummer will remain j v + longer Messrs Coleman i Plummer spent Friday fishing They report j and plenty of flub MheamptleAlloeBallew i afternoon on the M i YThere have been 1alotyaesChaster JJarms spent Saturdayand JIll fathe adOmpaur KerHiiyhomc- Mrl KfrkeiHlall Icit East Prairie to visit hr t Mrs make of lat been visiting in flit for the list Iwo werks ars sorry to IWe of Mils Ollte iJ Coleman andi Plummer arid Mrs Ua J little children lefterr Saturday for Memphis will wit Mrs Coldn o visit Luxora and Tuna lore her return T A Ballew after J visit lure left for hit AI + Tuesday via East Praif Messrs Sanders and i quite busy logging Messrs Will CarpenU Kirk were here one dJ One hundreddollars s offered to any one wh even before jno Ls spar 1totout your bullies andI game they rate Jumping from a moue Cairo P J Thlstlewoodu t grain dealer of that pier broke hit iwck dying atitly a iTi iU d h+ + 1E A S of E COLUMN I to I t+ 1 +t T A Nil H SAUnDERS uions of Folton County meet IlIckman lit and 3rd I t nights Simmons 2nd and t uyI 3 Jh m Montgomery f 4tk Wednesday 3 p m t and 3d Saturday 3 p m i at Hnsel Dell meets 1st Wednesday at 3 p m fO M cordially invited to at meetings THR BARIJKCU- BititI reaches the reads the will be a closed incident a tuttaryi taut as I must pre ItMHi nearly a week be P it In print I would need MIC vfiifn of Daniel Islah i the t1d seers to tell what Miuwby the time this reach tout while I claim no rx j t powers ef vision I hope uiintged In a few observa itto+rod te point out the ulis sf the cauies now at tofonc has said our bar 4 Nwne makng scheme titfbtiobc condemned by profito and especially hen i Nov this barbecue has r up by the AS of E I udy aNd Tf this body r into a meneymaking then awarding to my i the wladc countytin beotmlemned But let t tc sfcta ofa question 4mp at a cttnolulten I tiuit at CMC that I regard aI E teferBMt noblest isy mating scheme that witfc w axotptiwi I I idly kdtove that if the i Hly are serried out r Irrrv man w man and child i 1M ibts barbecue will be Itweflttod Net only io who stay at home every r alien Graves and Oblen will be benefit ted provided r K eiMNJgh la see the organised rdtngtQ the United rtn1 t ef Agriculture II in ed round 2aoOJonumbers urns and a half billions obtain the exact figures 1 IIred1905 but it is general that these are both k I and If 1904 tails a lit f 5MSI billions surely preps will make up and make the r bushels In 1904 of oats weaverageII r ef wheat 139748- Wlsof barley 47320511 m609443 oattle Then il how many bales of cot I els of potatoes pounds of iteewe cr of all these products I y the speculators and gam mi themselves until the or H of the farmers in 1902 ly with this partial organ f price of tobacco has been i diul cotton almost doubled nvrcial men tell me that the t- efn gets his tobacco now cheap he did then and his cotton rr at almost the same price r WP raise the price of corn ua on the bushel This crop as e Id pay the farmers 250 Ten cents on oats 100 Twenty cents on wheat over and won with the barley cattle sheep tobacco clot carti in predicting that this so will put one billion dollars in tOO iC kMs of the farmers every l And who will be benefited to Partners and village merchants w t Hp moving to the cities to edu Mlifir children for they will be Mu educate them at home The jiItuk and produce buyers will r C a better income because th- eerr the price the more their per r t will be The railroads will trlult as much for hauling a dear shtlUs a cheap bushel The farm n will be able to pay the laborer tL Her prices and the laborer can pay t M store bills without being car r cdl by the merchant The mer hant tan sell more goods and bet- err goods became the farmer can alf jrd to buy them and pay for them Ita doctor tit lawyer sad the I IIior uL ITTI ti I e h- Jtt the House of Sincerity I Our showing of the Fall Styles is Unexcelled in Desirability or Values XJE FEEL that in introducing Sincerity Clothes to our whichisa of clothing that stands at the top notch of popularity is known- to every reader nationalmagazines andnewspapersbut to those who have worn Sincerity Clothes suits or overcoats j it means a great- materials dealmoreit stands as a symbol of clotheshon unexcelleddependable inside andoutperfect fit and i Sin erityofPrices 1500 to 2500 Fall Shoes and Hats Dress Shirts and Under wear arriving every day Naifeh Bros Dry Goods Co Hickman Kentucky teacher will all have less trouble in collecting their bills because the farmer will be prosperous Everybody will have better roads because the farmer must have better roads haul his produce and receive his rural trail al all seasons of the year AH this can be done and yet furnish the consumer his bread meat calico domestic etc just as cheap he gets it raw and nobody hurt except the gamblers who sit in the grain pits and price our produce before we barely gel it planted The Cumberland Presbyterians Convened Oblon presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church was in ses lion at Roellen near Dyersburg last week with fiftytwo delegates piescnt four ministers absent and 5 strong loyal congregations not rcp resented making a total of sixty one A close poll of the congrega liana represented showing 3456 members loyal to the Cumberland Presbyterian creed and organizing and 175 members having gone to the Northern Presbyterian Church under the union movement A complete canvass is expected to show about 4250 out of the 4500 members still Cumberland Presbyterians- The local church here is divided to a certain extent although we hope a reconciliation will be brought about soon j Fall drew goods and readyto wear garments already in the house The greatest and most complete stock we have ever had PRICES RIGHT I Say kids What do you think of school By gum Aint it bum And yet youve got to have it Its medicine you see To cure you for the uses Of our futurity It takes your baby knowledge And spreads it big aril wide Into a powjr of greatness That swells the nations pride i It makes the feeble potent It lifts the strength of man To such an elevation As nothing mortal can It builds you into something You cant at prellent ee And makes you what your Maker Intended you to be So kids Stick to it through thick or thin And youre bound to win But just now its tough Enough Aint It We arc in favor of the Standard Oil buying up all the distilleries for in that way we could get a jug of booze labelled coal oil without ex citing remark Licker under any other name would taste as well Hardeman Free Press Some people rcae artificial that their artificiality becomes natural to them after a time L e ij fJ f n Ii 4 0 Failed to Show up and Hie Bond Was Forfeited I C Brown a local insurance agent of Fulton who was arrested on the charge of forging the names of R N Whitehead and J M Alex ender prominent physicians to an alleged health certificate required by his company and thus swindling the company it is said failed to appear for trial and his bond of 500was declared forfeited II New Spur Being Put in for Sand Workmen began work this week jaying a new spur of railroad track from the old coal track near the depot to Ithe whari for the purpose loading sand Lately a great deal of sand has been shipped tom hereto i Nashville and other points and the demand was so gieat for th I spur that the request from Agent R B Johnson was readily granted Special freight rates were granted on sand from Hickman to Nashville of 70 cents per ton of 10 car lots A writer should quarrel with hl I wife notebook in hand for wome- are I often cleverest and wittiest whenI they are angry All people who are capable of JOVe Jhg are at the time idealists Love is founded on idealism and idealism love A I Hickman win be Bcnelittedby the M Jc c Electric RR In response to a communication thesway and to what extent it might be beneficial to HIckman Mr Skagon the chief promoter writes Dear SirssThe enclnsed is a copy of the official prospectus of the M C E R R as far as Hick man it concerned The two steamers can be put into commission in a very short time It is an absolute certainty that the M C E R R will be built and If you will look at the map you will see that Columbus and Hiokman ought to be connected by rapid transit service on the river It is possible that Tiptonville five miles from Slough Landing anti forty miles by water can have a stage or auto line as the completement of the river portion of the work My pro posed schedule for the two boats SloughLanding suscitated and river traffic will be what it once was Anything you will do to put this matter before the people of HIckman will be ap predated If you could name a day that you would like to hear me talk to them I would make it a point to fill the engagement Yours truly Edward M Skagon That part of the prospectus mentioned in the letter which is of interest to our citizens follows HIckman and Cairo Whatever the Mayfield Columbus railway may do in the way of hauling freight it Is certain that express goods and passengers will have regular and rapid transit between HIckman Columbus and Cairo The ant en lion is to commission two small fast passenger yachts one to leave Hick man for Cairo in the early morning connecting with the morning car from Mayfield at Columbus and leaving Cairo for Hickman in the evening again connecting with the last Mayf- ield car at Columous The other boat from Cairo starting for Hick man early and meeting the train from Mayfield at Columbus will ndleaveconnecting on the northbound trip with the evening car or train for arid from Mayfield The running time will not exceed one hour from Mayfield to Columbus by railway or two hours from Columbus either to Hickman or Cairo by boat hence a total of three hours from Mayfield to Hickman or Cairo by rail and water and four hours either way be tween Hickman and Cairo Boats will have bullet luncheon and other yacht accommodations The capital stock for this new road will be 250000 and divided into shares of 10 each But it Iis not intended that the stockholder shall be called upon to pay the full face value of his stock He must however according to taw pay 2 per share or 20 per cent of the stock for which he subscribes at the timeThe building of this road is practically assured and tie management expects to begin work on it about November 1st It should have the hearty co operation of the people in every town and community which it will benefit This is a good work push it along Services at Presbyterian church Sunday morning and at night at 8 oclock by Rev R H Brown of Kenton iDoc Wray a contractor living near New Madrid went to More someedrunken companions and in a diffi culty with one of them was shot and killed One of the prettiest home wed dings of the season was that of Miss Wrights atnFulton Rev Kirkland officiating After a reception and dinner to the guests the bride and groom left for a weeks honeymoon in the East Judge Naylor returned from Cayce Saturday 4 d t J ftarts lend az qZiion J f Dreams are from Jove the sun shines even on the wicked Never judge a man by his actions eatingboiled What a lot of good copy ls a lost in the unreflective heat of a domestic quarrel No man can amass a fabulous for tune and at the saaie time hold in tact the finer virtues of the soul The future depends upon the rising generation Where do the platform formNot all the written fiction is pub lished There are the love letters of a man whose wife is visiting In the country A Louisville firm advertises to furnish sermons for 60 cents each Your wife furnishes them free doesnt she If the young men of the United States were to each give two cents daily they could send 300000 young men to college one year Meet your old school friend 20 years later He remembers all his generous acts he recites such but all his mistakes are forgotten No matter how small a mans salary may be there are some Hick man girls who would try to make him believe two could get along oa it A Georgia judge says it is every mans duty to kiss his wife when he returns home Why not marry a Kentucky girl so it will be a pleas ure The young lady on Moultoa street who keeps sending us poetical Manu script will please enclose postage hereafter that we may return poems prompllyI A man who claims to know says that the clagrettes brought to Hickman are the worst made They must be longer than those sent to other places Newport society has lust enjuycu a baby party the guests dressing and acting like babies The next should be a dunce party Itand then the guests can act naturally Calendar makers are now taking orders for 1907 The styles sgown the Courier seems to run a little more to Dutch windmills and a little less to pink tights than last yearThe Mayfield Columbus Electric Railway Company is selling Mock at 10 per share At last this is an opportunity for country editors to rise to the coveted realm ol railroad stockholdersA restaurant man ad vertices After a full meat at you will eat at no other place After eating a full meal your Uncle Fuller seldom wants to eat any where for an hour If you expect your prayers tq be answered young man just take off that hlghboardfence collar and get down and hustle Praying and advertising are mighty Rood adjuncts to success but its up to you to pro duce the goods A Union City dude had his ear bitten off by a cow while he was laying in a hammock in Fulton This was hardly sufficient reason for the city council of the latter named city to pass a stock ordinance Any cow has an appetite for green stuff UIICLE FULLER I H IljtjlI J tII- I I 1 Democratic Candidate for I I IStateOffices The primary races ai made up at present and It does not appear that there will be any addition al starters as follows I i For United States Senator James B McCreary and J C W Bookham For Governor S W Hager and N B lays t For Auditor Honry B HIne and Henry Botworth For Secretary of State Hubert VreelandFor RuUy Laffoon and June W Gayle For Clerk of the Cwrt of Appeals John B Chenault and W B OConnellFor ef Public In siructlon M 0 Winfrey and E A Culllon rFor Commissioner of Afjrieul tuneR C Crenshaw and J W NewmanFor General John K Hendrick and Lfllard 11 Carter For Lieutenant Governor South Trimble ByMonthly Letter From Pu pits of Hickman College We have arranged to give the pupils of Hickman College some space every two weeks for the purpose of writing a school letter This we believe will tend to cause more or less interest to be manifested in the school work and enable the outsider to see what is being done and what progress is being made The only j objection this week the first letter is that it seems Prof Gabby was so conscientious in using newspaper space that he allowed the letter to be too brief Perhaps he will wake up next time INTERESTING LECTURE On Tuesday September 11 Mr L A Eutney of Atlanta Ga made a brief address in chapel In the course of his remarks he said that the pupHt of West Kentuckywere the most attractive be had ever seen also that we should Ptvcr put our time on a subject note we knew why we studied It and fnrlher more V4 1 J to enter the world for people are now living at a higher rate of speed and competition is greater than ever beforeThe enthusiasm of the pupils this year is the greatest shown for sometime Each one seem to have entered the work resolved to do better than over before Good Camera for Sale- I have a first class magazine cam era Cyclone No5 almost new carries one dozen plates which can be taken out and developed as you wish the simplest operated camera made has button or bulb exposure eight feet of tubing and bulb attach ed Will sell at a very reasonable price and include chemicals and pa per Camera has a good lens and makes splendid pictures just the size for pictures you want to keep Costs less for supplies than a film camera of smaller size and Iis much more convenient A bargain if you want a camera TYLER BEALE Courier Office Union City so well known as the place of entertaining has eollpsod every former effort this year as is shown from Fair Program And now that they have secured special rates from Jackson and Waverly it is confidently expected that several t hundred of our citizens will availS themselves of this opportunity of not only helping our sister town in p this their greatest effort but that l they will look forward to a drjy of sight seeing at one of the very best county fairs ever held in the state Burglars entered the machine shop of Goo C Buck Monday night by carefully removing a win dow pane putty and all placing the glass carefully against the wall out side and entering the window They evidently had a very good idea of where the object of their entry was for Mr Buck i shot gun and rifle were the only objects missing Exit was made out of one of the doors of the shops s slaets He Who Most Succeeds Must Serve the BestII vain or can cry aloud from the Any merchant can fill newspaper space with boasting hilltops but this accomplishes nothing The real test of a firms ability is shown only in large deals where all competitors are placed on an equal basis Then selfpraise fades away as the mist before the morning sunc Results alone count They show conclusively that the one that succeeds in securing patronage has 1st The right class of goods 2nd The Lowest prices 3rd recognition as leaders in tHeir Uhf 4ib The same savings to offer you WE SERVE BEST Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Pants Overalls Hosiery and- Underwear Also a general line of Notions Mens Furnishings and Toilet Articles We serve to please we please to serve you with our Fall Line of Goods All articles are high grade in every respect and carry a full guarantee Anything you buy that is not satisfactory can be returned at once for exchange or re luna 01 money Would be pleased to have you call and inspect our line of fall Goods just received Hi IMC KELLEYTHE ONEPRICE CASH STORE W P Curlin Jr Entertained Sunday Last The attractive little son of Dr and Mrs Prather Curlin made his first visit to his grandfather and mother Sunday last A number of his friends were invited In to celebrate hit first visit by diningwith him at noon the guests were invited into the dining room where the table was filled with delicate eatables lemon ices being the last course after which the little fellow treated his guests with cigars In the afternoon music was rendered on the violin by Mr Roy Clark and Mr Tobe Capps accompanied by Mrs Dr Prather and Willie Myrtle on the piano which was apprsciated by all At a late hour the guests departed for home thanking the little fellow for his invitation and wished he would male his visits often and remember them All that were present spent a jolly day Those present were Mrs Bet tie Reed and daughter Roy Clarke and Mrs Nannie Wilson Mr and Mrs John Townsend Mr and Mrs W C Ballew Mrs John Under wood Mr and Mrs Tobe Capps and children Bob Ballew and children S J Self L Curlin of Wool land Mr and Mrs A L Ballew and children Tyler Harper J E Curlin of Woodland We all like to see beautiful birds we long to hear them sing Those who do not have no souls We are informed that on the night of Tues day Sept 25 a rare collection of song birds will be at the Opera House when the Beggar Prince Opera Co will present their great I New York comic opera Birds ofd Feather IIThe operas presented by the Beggar Prince management are always good and Manager Harry Liavelle gunrantees this year to have the best musical attraction ever brought to Hickman The birds arc two bachelors Hobbs and Dobbs and the opera treats of their love affairs Mr Harry Leavelle and Mr Fred Godding will be seen as the Gay birds and are ably assisted by Miss Etta Merris as Anna Miss Merris this season will Introduce the latest specialties assisted by the famous beauty chorus Spe cial scenery and electrical effects together with gorgeous costumes will make the Beggar Prince Opera Co one of the leading attractions of the season Seats on sale at Beren des Book Store If you want help If you have something for sale or trade if you have property for sale or rent if you lose something advertise In the Couriers Want Column It costs only one cent a word and brings results Try it and be con vinced Union City never does anything on a cheap scale It cost Union City a small fortune to put Jno L Sullivan on as an attraction but this is Union Citys way of doing things and now that they are going to have the real Jno L let the people turn out and see his wonderful sparring contest Rev C L Price and wife were In Fulton since our last issue Bunk Gardner police judge at Mayfield has announced himself asas a candidate for railroad commis stoner from the First district which is composed of thirtynine eountl Judge Gardner fa the only opponent of MoD Ferguson of LaCt nter the present commissioner from thisj district W II Southall of Hop kintville who was a candidate lasa withdrawn from the race which will result in a hot race between McD Ferguson and Gardner both of who are very popular in their cf A convention will likely be held next spring to make the nomination acqulelolngIn fore the shippers are becoming plcous of the measure SHE FOUND RELIEF If you are troubled with liver complaint and have not received help read this Mrs Mary E Ilarnmcn- Moody Texas Iwas in poo healthwith liver troublefor ove a year Doctors did me no goodl and I tried Herbine and three bottles cured me I cant say too much for Herbine as it is a wonderful liver medicine I always have it in the house Publish where you wish Sold by Cowgills Dru- Store and Helm Ellison A Yale professor claims 1atIs horse flesh is better food than beef We are unable to judge We ar beginning to think we never taste d beef Jerre Malone was In Union j OM day last wick I The Confederate Reunion to W be Hld in Memphi Following is the letter being sent out to the Confederate Veterans throughout the south urging them to be present at the Reunion to be held tin Memphis October 17th 9Hickman Ky Aug 24 1906 tJTnn1 4union of all Veterans who nl anytime 1 tserved under Gen N B Forrest Iithulbtlcthrow wile their doors and entertain every old Veteran in royal tyle Committees will meet the Veteran at the train on the evening of the 16th and the morning of the 17th assign them to their homes and furnuh them with orders for horses free to ride in the parade There will be a parade on hone back for all who can ride and auto mobiles and carriages for all who are unable to ride horseback It iis proposed that we pass in review be fore the statue of our beloved oWI Commander to be followed by ap propriate exeroists around his tomb We will then repair to a beautiful1 park where all will be served will- an h oldtime Tennessee barbecue all Veterans to form at the table tin companies and regiments Jut as they disbanded All regiments willI Join in the parade just as disbanded under the command of their senior surviving officer present AH regii III I ments from each State to constitute I a brigade except Tennesseeans who will be divided into two brigades West Tennessee and Middle I East Tennessee By an article our Association every soldier of any and aU arms of service wino at AftII time during the war served wed er Gen N B Forrest and remained true and faithful to the muse unto the end Is entitled to recognition and membership in the corps a will be admitted to all reunions a exercises without any further en rollmentBadges simitar to those given out al New Orleans will bej given all who attend that have not heretofe- received them Let every Veteran attend Swill qQ never have such an opportunity to meet and pay loving tribute to him who led us through many a victorious battle By order of II A TYLER Lieut Gen Commanding CHAS W ANDERSON Cot Adjt Gen and Chief of Staff All Southern pjpcrs please copy IF ITtA REPUTATION you are after Whites Cream Ver mlfuge has a world wide teputa the beat of all worm detroye and for its tonic Influence on weak ami unthrifty children It improves ofatheir food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to health and vigor natures to a child If you want a healthy happy jhlld get bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge Sold by CowgiHs Drug Store and Helm Ellison mJno L Sullivan that world famous pugilist who for 75 rounds subjected his matchless courage and un conquered ambition to Kllrain the then wonder of the world in the hardest taught battle ever recorded IIwill be at Union City and a part of the program Dont deny yourself of this marvelous and hotly con tested sparring contest which will be tree and in view of all theddrivingrthoughltown down the hill on Carroll street holding the lines tight iri his hand the horse stumbled and fell forward and as a natural result threw Frank onward out of ths buggy and under begthe facts as related to us by Mr Smith although just what happened not known The horse was hurl some and Frank was painfully hurt HisdWe have just printed some more lynew souvenir post cards which are on sale at Ikreocki Go see then r WitMeet Your Friends 4at LAUDERDALE TONSORIAL PARLORS tcoldand tans hydrauhfand everything fur rfrtCliaka St Klttanaa Ev door to iu + tNext Y9Irk1 491 t With Its SECURITY To Depositors of S Oapltal and Srpi With The ASSURANCE That every reaM qulrcment eaR Iw unexcelled rcihlar 1WithIts RECORD For safe and- roanagesnent m the premises such in Iv THE HICKMAN BANK 4I n 13iofOo You Eat23 T1aYwNIAtlttlli- nd IltmilV SIAM II ndhave moved to the Svtntr s I r opposite the depot and mk j i to serve meals and lumhr iI todate manner Open 1 tr N a m to 10 JO p ra reDinMr 1130 to 100 Full line ef Confertkms + gars Tjn PKHKY I Hiekun Furniture iCDO mcoxroRAm Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 DAVISfgtWhen you want a gi t s a swell rig for a pleasant f He keeps TilE nEST ltIand NEWEST RIGS in if and will furnish you a IJCII when you wish one Try One of His Rigs rbou 110 JBctania Kf Dr S K LffriSWI Dentist HICKMAN KENTUCKY Ofllco iipptRirfl ovor Cow IIII A CowgilPH Drug Hitor Do It MOW 1Enter the most prait thorough and up to1i1I Business College in the South Jfor beautiful catalogue and rat vf tuition Address Paducah Central 306 Broadway PADUCAH h + iocHM c t Every Authoritative Style That Mirror Fashion Reflects dedoripifve friowlH nrmiiul urli particularly iitlniut you This invitation iR l of our fJdolioo you with tho garb V vliat your iilniH of stylo hono whut prluo you figured oil payingKo romjlilu our 1 will i no fitting your puree aro Htting your person 4 Priced 20 IE Come In and see the new Etc SHOES FOR MEN llonan it Celine 350 650 Baltzer Dodds 0 T lems From Mabel Vicinity nMf its commissary Hrt meat render an In unit and here Mrr M trivial past frequently tmstae s Manner indl the ether flank of the Ue af- j f IP Summers with her JIM over the river 1lad- y JruinedKverly family re MI neighborhood from I tgr last week 1 tjtirrsati tailed an hl Mil lemma Griffey Sun t a pleasant vtiH with vr book ta lItakman 11erry with his wife i rl visited Henry lie speaks of his vfo 1 herfully- i has been trans i1 responsible duties I j r cid to be Singer Company r t I wr in delicate present evinces his endue icr aril Is as courteous r u horseback or at home cal clerk Mr Luther ww i kept busy at the goodI t if i dace has a good practice 411 ilfOr and is tally and professionally pates making a to the w tales Canada and Jvknowledge a- 1r u 8 r thew Hope School has twenty HHli with good attendance c s ar1 progress The t finehone of the Druids an melodyLea of tirdsyet when chi- urea 1 arnvefla change corns Oct the of iit+ of our allowing ofNBW KAU GOODS We wont attempt to desaribo the ninny Svvnggur urinoiitR that nro nwiiit1ig your tiBHMiUoii tit our Hloro but only ox land nn invita tion to you and to your to coino in mid look ntldovuu I gnrinoiitft nn morloy rrfiwiun con in plunging nobhiiist Pull nwtUir nuiy mutter is FALL DISPLAY tibia wo trouble hi while we At 5 to Autumn Hats Shirts Neckwear to t i tomleil plenty f and Jr Patter a iMtraon she I line night the Mabel though nr highly esteemed tour Europe tutu merry IbHiro to the spirit of my dreams to The avenues through the woods from the New Hope School te the are pretty in the epinlan af the teacher J A Rtahartlsan Mrs David Marrcw has been quite filler some days Jim Jones and family stave suffered from sickness era Duple af weeks It is to be hoped autumn will aid recovery Lewis D Tutlts pilot on the ohn S Summers bound with a cargo of brink for Tlptonville spent an hour in interesting conversation at Henry Pattersons rlverview home last week The veteran pilot is all rights Roy Burns the teacher from the Ky Bend school spent Saturday and Sunday with hit wife and J Stowrs family Teachers Association at Miss Annie Bellows School at Sassafras Ridge Sept 29 Union City always the home of the 1th and of the states greatest fair To show how we are growing and to what an extent we have pleased exhibitors the secretary rented 18 stalls last year to one man who this year closed up for 28 At the Opera House the night of i Tuesday Sept 25 Birds of a metropolllanIsuccess presented Beggar Prince Opera Company Hear the very latest songs Just Because your Hair is Curly You Look Awful Good to Father If you Cross your Heart you Love Metogether with the famous beauty chorus Hobbs and Dobb fare the blrls and they are a merry pair Other birds will be seen Jay birds song birds birds of ray plumage the lineal lot of birds ever put in one caged Mrs W A Dodd and Miss Es Idle Redau and Aneta Reynolds left Sunday morning for St Louis where ttwy will visit a week or ten days 10 YII Why Father works Mother lounges at the club Willie motors reckless cub Teachers work on Pollys velee Art for Mary thats her chaioe Susie thinks shell write a book Wears a soulful haunted look Gyssie thinks that she will play A piano some sweet day Baby has a nurse or two Mutt be French or they wont do This Is all the family cept Father dear and he is kept On the Jump to get the scads Needed for the other fads Misr Annie Lucite Bondurant left Saturday afternoon for Chiriatte N C where she enters school She is one of the charming members ofF the I T Club and her smiling fare and wise counsel will be gteatly missed but she promises to be wild us again after a number of month roll by which is our only cpnsala then The best of wishes attend her Mr J C Hendrix called at our office this week and ordered the Courier sent to his snn Hauty who Is in Denver Colo We are very glad to learn that Hauty is berne benefitted in health already W J Spradlin sold his beautiful new residence this week to ProC B F Gabby The purchase price was about 2700 Mr Spradlin and family will go to Nw Mexico in a few weeks where they will1 make their future home Now that cool weather is here the Masons will meet at the Masonic Halt every second and fourth Monday night Visiting members cor dially invited A S Rosedtle W M H C Helm Seoy The school board at Richmond Ind who issued a rule prohibiting kissing by pupils has modified the order and will allow kissing in mod eration It iis yet to be determined how many kisses a day would be con sidered about enough je L o7o A Ellison Mercantile Company Made an Assignment On last Monday the Ellison Mer cantile Co made a deed of alllgnI ment conveying to B T Davis all of the assets of every description forI the benefit of their creditors proI rata The stop was taken after ma ture deliberation as the best plaijI to treat all alike The immediate cause of the assignment was the stringency of the money market and the inability to obtain sullicient funds to meet some maturing bills Mr B T Davis accepted the trust executed bond and IIs now engaged In making a schedule of the j liabilities and an Inventory of theII assets The liabilities will amount to about SIM 000 and are nearly all to wholesale dealers in the larger cities The imwitary of the assets I is not completed but it Is believed by those familiar with the nooks of goods that they will render at cost something like J0000 It is unfortunate that this concern was not able to continue Always stocks of goods when sold under such circumstance bring very much less than their real value The expense of ssttlament is considerable and a great less Is sustained The inventory of the stock is ex pertiHl to be completed this week and a mating of all the creditors Is call ed Wednesday next at Ferguson McKinney Dry Goods House in Saint Luau and the assigner will ask their wishes in carrying out the terns of the assignment It is not yet known whether the stocks will be- kUkrtl dowry to the highest bidder or th assignee be directed by the Court 10 run the business during the tall months The Ellison Meroantfle Company is one of the beat known concerns in this end of the State t they have been large operators In buying grain cotton and produce and have for years carried an immense stock of merchandise They incorporated about four years ago The stock in the company we are told is held by L P Ellison W S Bilison and E R1Ellison except SJSOO which Is vt4 w WM narlics Urine In the Eastern cities L P Ellison has been doing business at the same house an Clinton Street for the past 34 years The concern was first known as Smith Ellison Co Af ter many years the firm was suc needed by L P W S Ellison and was continued In that name uu til the Tnoarparatien af the company in 1902Ttoc failure of such a concern is a ealamtly ta the town even though not a dollar may be lost by any cltl sett 6ff Hlokman on account of it It IIs believed that wry few of the cred itors It any live in this vicinity When a groat concern goes down like a great tree of the forest upturned oy the storm there Is a va canny and a place that must be filled Smaller trees may come but the big one is gone The Ellisons have many friends in HIckman who were profoundly shocked to hear of their misfortune anti who Join with us in hoping that they may get on their feet again and fill the place that is theirs by long established custom and usage New Edition of Websters Unabridged Dictionery Your attention is called to the ad vertlsement of G C Merlam Co 1In this Issue in which they adver tine the new Websters Unabridged Dictionery This is the most com plete book published The book contains 2380 pages contains the 1frames of over 10000 noted persons I dates of birth death etc it has recently been enlarged with 25000 Utica based on the latest census returns etc It has 5000 illus tratlont iit richly bound and in fact is n dlctionery that cannot be ex celled anywhere for the price paid or otherwise Every home should have one of these and it will be well to Investigate the matter if you are interested in a good dictionery at a nominal price Tne Courier will secure one of them at an early date and you will be welcome to examine it i Subscribe for the Courier a- i 1NOW IS THE TIME iiTO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR i i COALPittsburgh i i i Needs no introduction in Illckman It has been used here for years and has always given perFect satisfaction It is the kind of coal you want Takes very little kindI Ingo start it No popping out in your ryes andon the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very best and Cheapest Coal on the Market I Our Prices art positively the LOWEST Place your or der NOW for future delivery while the prices are low est Full weight and fair treatment guaranteed Independent Coal Co S Hickman Ky Phone 153 L n lHICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855 Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor to B C Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK ofall Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY COTTON ADAMS JItCUOLS TO 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 GUARANTEEDGIVE I The Courier i s i Wants to figure with you on any kind oflob work r Prints Everything WVVWMWWWWr WV W v v WV UUMBtltUNUI IibLfcPHiM i LliGRAPH G- Opuur IIi cry Long Ulalanco linos and tolophonoa of thin Company onablo you to talk almost nnywhoro in Southorn Indiana Suuthorn Illinois Kontucky Tonnoaaoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wecan put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho pooplo of this groat soctlon of tho country Wo solicit your patronago Ratos reason ablo Equipments and facilities unsur passed AMES C CALDWELL LCLAND HUME T D TCB Imlilrut A Urul aluuRr 8cr I AMI 1nt HKT n Lee Timmons and Miss Winnie Montgomery and Chas Emrnerson and Miss Clara Montgomery were married Sunday morning at Walter McCuens residence in Fulton The ladies are sisters and lived near Water Volley The young men are from Lynnvllle Jim Graham at Paducah was captured and made a full confession of the murder of Claude Bass In which he say that he never killed him fogy his money but during mad frenzy struck him with a wagon spoke p A monument to the memory of George Washington was unveiled at Budapest Hungary yesterday and thousands of persons attended the i exercises in which the first Presi dent of this country was eulogized highly as were the people of the United States Wess Herdley and Miss Eliza Leknar a young couple from Mis court were married at the court house last week Judge W A x- II Naylor officiating They will reside near Dorcna Mo ii- A i-i- tt ii r n 1 1 r tjLc3 I GoodsIf t NEW GOODS A III I am now receiving my new stock of Fall and Winter Goodsj and after reducing my stock very greatly with the Big Cash Sale which f opened last June I am prepared to give BIG BARGAINS in Fall and Winter Goods You are respectfully invited to call and see the goods in qual ity style and price which is up todate My stock of SHOES cannot i be excelled in wear and style PRICE THE LOWEST I II- r It t 0- SS Hi AMBERG I if HlfKMAN KY I I Paducah School Remains inn Bad Shape The arbitration committee com posed of ten reputable citizen to settle the matter of selectingi1ji j teacher in English for the public echoes if as badly deadlocked AII the board of education woe Three members of the committee have ro signed and there ii no prospect of a settlement unless some member give1 in While the committee Is dos locked the schools are suffering f the teacher in English MM Emma Morgan was th former teacher in English and wit I it came to an election several wee ago the board was equally dividedI on Miss Morgan six being for her i and six against her In November a number of city officers will be elected and the Morgan question will cut A gore In the races of I Ii school trustees We are authorised to announce that the State U D C Convention will be held Oatobtr Jd and 4th at the Confederate Home In Pewte Valley Ky- Thousands of persons trying tto get a close glimpse of Mrs Nicholas Longworth at Columbus 0 Friday as she was about to unveil the monument of William McKinley erowde so that a panic ensued and roany persons were Injured The exercises were hastily ended and were con eluded in a hall The meanest manhoehorn found r In Philadelphia He dropped a large roll of bills on the street a boy who found it returned t money to him Counting the bundle carefully the owner put it in his pocket My son he said be nignly to the boy I am rejoiced leftyprinciralesy approbation shall refrain from charging you interest for the time you had my money i Route No One Higgs and Jim Kemp arc JJCharlie Outten went to Hick run Saturday Mr and Mrs Will Blwards arc visiting relative hi Fulton Miss Jessie Brown visited Mta Emmie Werner last Thursday workingd I wookrorMr Chas Wtmor kid tame im fewveIBrawn kawont to Dyoroburg Tonn Saiu rdayhe murSundarrevening Miss Jessie Outten well the guest of Mrs Henry Mangold Su evening Mrs Laura Wllifanw who has been stole for the post two weak is able to bt up again Mr and Mrs J M Knaebel were the guests of Mr and Mil QMUI Werner and family Stinday Herman Werner Jakle Lattus I Charlie Lattus Katie Lattus are visiting relatives in Graves County I I attenddj school at Troy Tenn and she will staywith her sister Mrs Herman Marshall I Does whiskey make a town lye years ago Faycltevllle N C had on depotit in the bank 275000 They a K llihed the saloon and the I I nearlyheyennTheydollars on deposit representing the savings of her citizens since the saloon was abolished This is only one instance in hundreds that could be cited Abolish the saloon and establish a savings bank and let the sons of toil lay aside their earnings for a rainy dayEx l1J rTConfederate VcteJn Hot Reunion at Fulton t The Reunion of the toSHiCrl Ighi lucky Brigade U C V wtUtmp Putt Q90 com ned at ftn1t Ky IUk Meek Spiking of the t UJi RJ1trOllassemble at the City Hall to rfigor sad have their usual frtetitgiv At eleven oclock they mucks tfut1 to Carrs Park where Mayer Ud I Skncklelt delivered UM welcome address and turned our the kyfc of the city Mfet thUS CaWm de- IliffN the wokMW MdteQ tw I CroubiRd CJtupUr U D Cro- II DispoaldedI Mayfield I IR Jobitsoo of Rivet made nit m I rellenll address foMowo1 by OrtgR diet General W J Stasis MmI mandins SMSOM Brifntit Not the lout ptMstef feature of the oocMtoH WM UK big taufatl dinner nod hatbtaM At BOON lieu r- Evcrytbfavg good it eat itasJbl was spread for Ute oW tefoe After dinner an aMross WM ik Hvered by GeaI H B Lywi of Lyons Kentucky Brigade Ctltarwl by HOT Henry George Suat ODD federate Horn e at rVrvM Patley mil ecal H A Tyler ctMMNMd 1 tCaWlitytoJKeers mad fIf an SiKeatclryI flee then for suck an election bat illnrGeoraeI I W J Stono wfio WM oleo 9 by acclinution M commandnr ft thr Second Kentucky Brigade The music and snort telfti rerwill enjoyed and the clods JojMi i kHtf bt remembered as a Ijtmnl love feast SHE BOUND XSLI1K It yon are troubledl wltlt ltvcr pons pleat and have Ml received help read this Mrs Mary 1 Hammond Moody Tunas I was 1MruwIUt lter UMleler ewr j a year Declare dM HM MO podI adI tried HartriN sad rbre f bottler earwt tee 1 cant say toe muck for Htrbau as It k a won dorful Hvar madtajna I alwaya have it in the house PabMeh who t you wtea SoW by Cawgflls DAIII Store sad Htlm It Ellison Yeornev or your Ult1NeiLbu Intiangar If y loave your d r at Statlh Ambers for F J BmKh Basket loayas Tuesday Report all Items of Interest to tkjr offic Thgywill be Appreciated c and each Item will help to nuke the alpapa that much more interesting We ctn IMttlel all the news iMallaytj your help we pan lOt the liont a and that kwhet we wish to do want AU tR sjcwt thats sews I A tci itttt la CaHfornta butte can graft rmielcjnclone on trees There looms ta be no limit to the poeeiUe development of graft AmericaIndifferenee tMlaythan GET TIlE BEST Recently Enlarged WITH WordsNewWorlrlthtbetJalweturUNowiorraphtcalDlctlenar i rotiUiniiiif tiio turno of over 0jutl uotul 1IQUUrthtJlllthtlWoI Iuilml 4HuttMCumuuikiioiMiriif Ikluuutiou PagesIHU4IHfNeededIet h nktlunry1unepulrPdllrttsISr1trwA u hrw101 I PN81 1WUolWtIih ltGCOPwLIIhrital dDr Williams Under Nominal Bond at Clinton of Dr Jeff 1 ilttbi noon before J dge Mbtt IlramnmU aid after wring the testimony nnd argument tiff isjuissjl Judge Urwtwnnl the awned nrIas bowl at 1stoopliDale ten er a dMjen men voluntarily Mfnistfi it =J It doveteped on the trial that Moore oaRl to OltoM under the tM davits of liquor sad acted like an iMaM mea meet of the day Mowlay It WM evWent that he hnd It ta cooIIVIIlIa1R1 Rat awing ta his idltiaa WHHarne wac in Itleme eafMetatMM of aa attack made JIImIolf mpleasaitt thenIItvaryouc who ems ta slat rill ftarad Mia ta hk dId tAt the time of the ehiatlog AVttHame had iteM trial that Td pores had secured a p ta4 ram a drr in the room When VOMoiai atep ped oat an Ute parah Mjere wns slUiHg on the steps sad ae soon aa + he saw Ute abject alia motWd dl jMM the cvMaaae WM that he lardted forwardi sad seemed to be trytng to get a ptetci IteM his hip pocket Hearing for his own tits WmtaM then shot him Alt the testimony tended ta box that Meore woe m sane tam drink sad that he WIll thought tone dangereew by those who nad eameht OMtaat with him WilHame laemmg ta he aa eepeciai object cf hie Uruateen hatred Whether a would have ever led him sate mnkmf an tttaak on the J of WAlktae alt tax he merely a fittot aaajeaiane but William thaaght M waa lit danger sad sated very roach as the average man could have dose under the otranm stamee + h h WWi the evMeaen that WM branghi forward at the ijamlnsng trW aosof 1 ao pry te very apt Jo hold Wfitema MiHy at a rima litf4 4 4Rev Sam G Jones wha has been 4toga4lardy4klseellagSunday night sad alter remammg 4rMleeteoifni where a wife and four childre- awaltoal his cowteg On Sunday 1MItan his kneee for some time the rvngregAtfoa became 4to4hartopalWethinking twas reHgiotie influence he t 4ioftl 4ranInp he was taken to the home of a neighbor ami a physJoian summoned Inaladinwy n the pastor f 41ti JOUhuei I I you lose somethhif advcrUec in the Couriers Want Clump It costs only one cent a word and I Kimbro vinced brings the PenitentiaryI1I I James Kimbro the negro deeper ado 9Anme1 9intentions 4wasyears Jmissed4communityneighborhood 4attemptedaCtcrcntchlnghimevery pre mutton to elude the angry citizens I 4untiltenced npprehended sen 1 i 4intj and j he was removed to Paducah and afterwards brought to this county ifor trial iitx ililN j iiiqNaylor 4r0ePartmeit Store 1 j Dry Goods Clothing Shoes FurJJl Wishing Goods Groceries 1 Hardware ImpsJI c ilfAYCE KENIKKV i A Wordj ToVotId Our stock is nil under ono roof umlrr one ninnngcment and one force of clerks NVp run all departments at practically the coot orn tning c ne department Thus you see our nhty CLOSE PRICES Wo are RId Iii in nouncc to the public that we are now fully lure pared with new and uptodate Roods in all tlr partmcnts for Jhe Frill Trade t 1 f i L en Just Our JIOIII I Hal titilsi entirely nli pnIlarttw ul1 tooInI WI Illltf i I Brand Clothing None Bettor and makeup of thil is uncx rClulMclothing Latest Shapes SHOES IHATS CAPI Full line of lowsnFarm Wagons Bar Disc Harrows Sewing Machinesi IIron Beds IIan ITTjusi rereived a carloat of F SPECIAL CASH PRICK on SHIM for September i We carry a stock of GROCERIt of all kinds Notwithstanding the continued acv rue in the sugar for the next Vlllwe will sell you 1OOBest4JUItJ 3Q 1 Arbuckle per pkg lCJ- It Kvfrvthinp in she ter rtv lImr ptp low t spCeMbllat rtlitla fl1 15 BALE TIES AT AGc cAll FREE f With IId11ar cash purrh11 we give one null al tumbler Krr After you spend 6 cashyou a set of turn rs free 1bl gravedon same cI Recivotl Dry bodily null ifttrul1- 1II tLWnLy tfiRW RUtII Knrllea liaise mi Sterlingi of TIle style brAnd styles and and gild Improved Amfirnn heavy market TWO Coffee riionatpy get your f 1 t I S t7 C C E S s COMES WITH KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY ARTICLEtYJCT A REASONABLE PRICE 1 The ickarcl14rI ForItyItyun Men xetit titI I rile Lducntor Shoe For- Boys I Now Let r arrrrr Local Note lirs at this office ibta of Fast Prairie the dty Sunday tConl Telephone No tuan Ice nl u tr of Arkansas IIs in nilHlf Ml friends cudt Oal Telephone No ten lie Cart Co 1 Dajft and little Mn III Union Ctty this week era DrBwfl has returned i it MnToafjh southeast t yet tlic revivall meeting a the MclhOiltit Ohuroh I V 11i Ponl ef Cairo arrived Wednesday to visit her Percy Jenoi r turds won the honors att fun shoot Wednesday 4 t loin He Mac closely v Iia Green who broke 23 IP Tass Chaser Reuben f uradberry Coop Brad N Brndshaw and Jno I arid family went to Unio day to see Wallace circus tt had been sick about si fvious to her death She 4 iiuiband and several chi1 IlItrrmelitl at city cemeter ii II ax Cavitt and mother were J1 t Stt Louis Tuesday night on ItuCi the illness of Dr Bonner d tt typhoidTfever at his rar Ir getgt IIIJ uf his wifes parents ands t hef f ref a relapse The Way of Our Success I By a close study of the demands of this wknowwhatellaracter qualitysellingWeevery t goes out of our house iiolidis Buyingfromenables us to make lower prices jobber roans profit Our Shoes arc Right r Our Prices are Right I Our Dealings are Right 1 Us Prove It T P Fortune of MemphUisi in town Beremlet has new Souvenir Cards Get one IBrnest Crcason was trt union City Wednesday Dttk Soearte efCayae WIll on I the streets Monday MiSok Moire has returned from A glsU to Trenton Penn IAir lae and Cool Telephone Nt 1 152 HickmAn Ice Qxill Oe Co there and get some to sand your JJ friends Henry Sanger and Nathan Town smut are In Memphis Thor wit1 i probably be gone several weaks Giles Bend of Chntlnnooga Iis iin town looking alter the interests of the Richmond Bond Coc oil millp Dont forgot to go to aII Dottersworths when you COmo tto town Groceries cheaper than the oheopoit Leo Heiner of Mound City mtarrived in Hlokman ihtunlay 110I has accepted a position as old engineer at the Mengel Mr and Mrs Geo Bartlett l J Rockport Ky are guests of MrsI brink on Moscow Avenue Mrs Phil Winston of Cor don r father Mr and Mr Jno Luttrell on Troy Ave A number of young people from in other places Dont you think they j would appreciate the Courier every week It is like a letter from home Lizzie wife of F M Barnes died 3 at her home in West Ilickman Saturday Sept 15 of heart trouble Sne leaves a husband and six chil t dren Mrs Barnes was 39 years old Remains were taken to Graves couaty for burial i The Reel Cross Shoe For- Ladies The Liberty Bell Shoe For Girls BRADLEY PARHAM Hickman Ky heWett anBcn Dlcstln hirfoxschoolY Seuwnir Post Cards at Berendes A line line of hardware at Shaw Bettersworths JHO Stowe of Mabel was iit Htekman Saturday Fir Ice and Coal Telephone No lad nifktmn loe Coal Co Mrs H F Remley attended the chows at Unitn City Monday Hmn iris of Paducnh Is spend Ing a few days with his mother Judge Dung Attorneys Tom Smith d II J Moorman were in town Monday Can you keep a secret 1 Shaw A BoUcrawortli sell groceries aheapri than anyone but it is no secret Mrs Pope Herring has returunl home in Union City after a visit with hot daughter MrsT T Swayn Misses Llllifi and Charlotte Huh bard left Wednesday mainlug fur Nashville whore theywill enter Belmont College Frank MeCraaken bookkeeper fur the Mongol Box Co left Sunday night for Cincinnati where he will tspaul two weeks Miss Adelle Allen left Monday lmorning for Millboro1 Va when he will visit friends and go from there to Washington to te ch school Mr Pumice of Fulton and another gentleman from lulu + h were in tcwii this week looking for a location r a harness manufactory They will probably locate here Quite a number of real estate bar gams are to be had just now we leant Wby not use the Courier want column if you want a good- home or if you want to sell the ore you have The West Tennessee Fair As Bociatlon of Union City is adding the finishing touch to the tines t tl woman building in the state Dontl fail to see the magnificent display in this department L i C t ff M 1SWon- derr if I paid my subscription i M P Maupin F whereJ F Hawkins a washfioknronL V Poaoook 61 JTlptonvllle was here en bnsinosa Saturday Mrs 1iplrcnillered1l R W AJktwon of Caruthersr vllle was in town a few days tao ICWednesday Mrs Llllie Wall of Florida his WiMrsQrJordanr LCledeMessrs Phil Wright Ceo Alex MrsJin town this weekII There are more horses and otheratOne stock being prepared for premium money at Union City Fair than that of any other fair in the oountr MuterCates and mother ef- Tipunvitle passed through here i Saturday enrmfe tto Knoxvllle where the young man will outer school1 Mra J W Powell has tented tier her rrmlonoe on Moulton Street an will move to New Mexico for I thetl winur Mr Adami new living Iin tiff I hhrKvivol meetings ate now In pro 1 in tares at the H01tn M Church of Oirnt in Bast HIekmaN Revh F Simkard I Mdoingm until the lien Lett all of Gods people come awl be IthIII in the services and help rescue the lost Ministers and especially the pastel of the different churches in Hick man are earnestly requested to beFt IIQuerylrlBox those that really seek light on the Bible Make some denial and oome and induce the unsaved to oome and at 8 P iTn 3WBCTlrteftta n Bob Tyler was In Union City 1 last week CitylastF Kstfeli iac a Fulton old this weelf rcturnedfromMios Aliie Dodd will entertain the Guild vast Thursday afternoon B Moore attended the Obi InstIweak The Bachelor Girls will meet next wsk with Misfos Nellie and Loui Hog H Mr Joe Ridley left Monday I I incinnati to visit hit brother and 1 relativesJ Moore Roy Clark and H B Lyle spent one day lost week Untin Ctty Mrs C L Price and tabs havoC been Welting at Fulton They a home aplntMr Pied P Jihntaaof Oakland wilingyhis J H Wow and MfotSallle GamI moan went to Union Qty tart week mil were married by Bsq Socra l t CityIfme 25scntothingI i 39th Mrs J H Allen has returned home In It Louts offer a plea a ant visit with friends and relatives Hiokmaii Mill Floyc Jo Kenton iin Tenn has IIYMitio Rev and rs H C Jobnsoa for a fox day returned to Ktflton Tuaala Gen H B Lyon of Bddyville r Tyllaster acootnpanied Capt Tyler home from where they had been attend g the reunion Chas Pierson and Miss Gertie Wilson Plenty MoNeely and Miss Vern wenmorrlod YIlRatlWmlt W1 nmmrnrrtl In thfr h I Courier Want Column AJt eetfiai ntlt W Om Crnl Tfr Wwraf- rAieN I 11 ev rI Ititrt irrrf Uni aM M sro tf ftUfffar tit TM tttntct Vf If i orFOR honeJamesFOR RENT Rooms over barbershop next to LaClede Hotel 14 Jessie Outten r hasonconvenient outhouses 12tf N J Coruro For Rent Business house on Clin IxlisoasseW A Dodds ofIrcockerelsItoJesse SItson public 1Sacresleaned reLOSTNear ablacken- graved on handle The finder wUl please return to Smith It Ambergs goodrepair goodwages14 East Hickman Ky WANTED TEAMSWant to hire to 30 good two horse teams to HickmanWork toa=JennieMkddoxFulton Sunday Miss gonesenterYCollege at that place Mr Owen McCullough and family MrHetaken charge of BeperTailoringplaceUliion It will be necessary to build aa addition to the College before nut to accommodate all the pupils the rate the enrollment has been uTflfttJnfcNat enough room to I i STOVES 1 rr ire have thorn all kinds and sizes Price just to suit you Dont send away t for your Cook or Heater until you see us m tn HICKMAN HARDWARE CO i iIi Ife r f t4 1 IIi f Stop p V I and got n good cold dri when passing my plnco Nico Jino of Confeotionoriofl Nuts Fruits Candy Cigars To bncoo Etc Prices Right YOUD HlSTTKIl STOP I I ROBERTSII Near the college k I T f Denton M Cont1aetiilgi und HnuJing Ift A111 thing Anywilere- ii fJfMilli liTelephoneson STIvYK STA1IUl LIYMIY Fwa and SAM STA U r Splendid service at reasonable prices Phone No 104 A If HEARSE 5500 l EXPERT TINNER I 1 have secured the services of i J M Kwiebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber nod selleRs youi patromgt in Plumbing Heatingt TIn ami Sheet Metal work of all kinds Au VOMC FWJT CLAM QuIoJc service Reasonable ratei trrnisheRHlCKMAH KIIrTtlciY Say Mr Man air t you hungry IfsQ r call at George Ed monds lunch cou ter and let him cook I I you a firstclass lunch ofany kind Cask Book Store tfpluirlii ilcction1 NEW BOOKSISTATONERY NOTION c t k Call and HPP our Stnok Mvnry I t tbiug upI to tlaln MAUV RenNnFI9 Co LdWManile ff- viOCerIeSft Iia TfaraJ Fresh ieLts cdsJ reed Store Agstxfca ll CHASE d SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS a as 41 ++ toto++++4a++++++ t 4 I I tHOME CIRCLE COLUMN I I tof I t t I I I t+ + tit t ukAn easy way to spoil an evening meal Iis for each one to relate the dUtapoIntmentf that have happened the slights endured or the offences given Theee are enough to coun teract the effect of all good thl fs the melt generous and sklfltul how re jwlfe can place upon her table Why has a boy any more right to leave his hat on the parlor table than a cirl his gloves on the mantel1 his coot on the chair or uewol poet and Ms shoes in the Middle of the room He eon learn orderliness just as well as his sister if tie begins In time Now Is the time to begin If the boy Is to be a lolls gen tlemen when away from home he lifealone but as well by example when e Is at home And the Influence of e example of the father upon the of the mothIf poet tho daughter will be muck more potent thou a amount of advice or oartlew etiquette The mleprtdod aho aotezt ttt warring as an InttUiitioii tea faprue are generally gating through spec tacles bkrred by their own nditafcos Thty have made a failure perhapt and it may because of Mlftthnest J There are a thousand happy hearth I stones to one that Is cold and cheer leMa thousand prizes to one Wank and we neatly hear more about prlaes than blanks Marriage is a faluro Some individuate Art i It iis probably net true that family mercers are low courteous now than formerly probably the reverse a Mrthe tact hot it must be admitted l that there is yet room for a groat doll of taprovemoRt Somehow 1 somewhere there has crept htto popular acceptance the Meet that with nmrrlag or at least with the waning of the hooeymot the tour days sue over anti tne kindest gentleness and attention tmtl11 ntt diC thrnru61 kk tic economy of the wedded pair i Every inebriate you see staggerf along the road or street per know getj miserable Some wife or mother helplees children are to be at t mercy of the madman You 4 sm f it his aRtier without pity for b w k be nwrnor give a thought of what youj might do tohelp her in her friendless homeless condlton forthe wife of drunkard rich or poor living in gilded balls or soualid hut has no home The Lender associations lb cluster around that sacred name de not include drunkeneai The tpakingdoms heaven and home do ROt admit the drunkard where he lives is hell We occasionally observe o exceptionWell we dont tblame them they were not particularly written torof them although we believe there is much in this department that wouldI gladknow g We write particularly in the infersis of our wivos and daughters with anwi occasional hint for father and sons and we have received the testimony of many that they have been great to ly encouraged by what they havet found in this department and so xcThereel our labor is not entirely in vainaf but we arc encouraged to work onth and as best we can promote the Ini tartar of the Household While Robert S Ingersoll Is not often quoted in a Home Circle DeS1 partment and his teachings were harmful to the home yet he said ot the most beiutiful things ever spoken and said them the bra wrliegive two views in a symposium ofwh women and in reply said r I cr takes a hundred men to make an en mcmampmenthome I not only admire woman iJ the most beautiful object ever City created but I reverence her as t heI redeemed glory of humanity of j- tl virtues the the pledge cf all perfect qualities of heart and head It iit because womsn are so much better than mm that their faults are constd ered greater The one thing in this world that is constant the only peak that uses above all the clouds the one window in which the light burn forever the one star that darkness cannot quench is womans love It rises to the greatest heights it sinks to the lowest depths it forgives the most cruel injuries A womans love is the perfume of the heart This is real love that tub duos the earth the love that b wrought all miracles of art that gives us rauslc all the way from the cradle song to the grand closing symphony that boars the soul away onwlitgsof fire A love that is greater than power sweeter than e And stronger than depth FOR TilE LIVING If our friends have caskets sealed up and laid carat filled with Ute Itrwort perfume oft low and klndneM xhofCIn tilt hoed 1s stilled In oalh while tis sweet to think that a rose may be pkinted over ojur graves we wokl very much prefer thoy would unocal these while we are climbla4 this rugged and brterod path el 1 lifeI and the keen tbonw of pain are hirking near that weary hours tray be eheored amt life refreshed and senetlfltdi vex while tired and almost toady to sink by the wayside and no further fo A plain gasket x111not be all the body will seal after the soul 1has taken flight to other worlds than this but oh fill the We with sweetness kindness and love Plant roscOfl the hearthstone of neighi bor and friend that Its modest si lent sweetness may kiss tne weary heart at morn at noon at eve and at every hour Flowers on t grave cast no fragrance backward over the weary years Plant ye a tae that it seat smilngly bloomsver the living Kelp It rot for Uto mil whore it muet bloom horrid sfleatlv axed AM OUNCB OF PRE BNTIOH is worth a pound of sure Thoreto Congwmptlves who are hopeless tting well who If they h nowIrCoundatlone HoIler0 setterI Mantarites I have used Ballar Horehound Syrup In my family sufa with coughs Sold by Cowgilli Drug Store and Helm L Ellli atSoon not the humble instrument Many a masterpiece hath been nned with the quill front a mac Style and American Drew maker for the Ladies urStyle and American Dressmaker has a breezy little figure in an outing suit on the front covet The maga zinc makes a most remarkable offer a complete skirt cutting system and a years subscription to the- magazine tot 175 toThere are manv interesting and timely articles one on embroidered dress and advertisement she xain this art is taught J The style article by Linda RoslII Wad 1 is instructive and Interesting every woman who cares for hcrII personal appearance t review contains timely ideasI suggestions on preparing for fall and winter wardrobe which cannot tail to be of interest to every woman who sews Sample copies 10 cents Suba scriptions Sl00 per yearnand AMERICAN DRESSMAKER 2425 E 21st Street New Yarklake Jordatn us t Enclosed please find two dollars will latfor paper hoping the Courlo r still improve II Mr Lydwell raeof Union I and in town Friday I Annual Stockholder Meet alling atChicagoOctober 17 Public notice Iis hereby gluon that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Illinois Central1 Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago 111 on Wednesday October 17 1906 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance att- edsold meeting there will be fceu to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the I C Railroad Company as regis scrod on the books of the company at the dote of builnew on Monday tuteef age a ticket enabling him or her t0 travel free over the companys line from the station on the Illinois Cen teal railroad nearest to his or her registered add less to Chicago ami return such ticket to be pod for the jjourney to Chicago only durinf the four days immediately proceeding and the day of the mowing air for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days UntnotitaUly following when property e mit rtlgji 4 and tamped during bumble hour on or before Saturday October the 20 190e that te to say betweon 9am and 6 p mIM the ernee of the astolant secretary Mr W lie B men in Chicago Such ticket may be obtalnod by any hoMer of stock registered as above on application m writing to the PreW nt of the company In Chicago but each stock Holder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each applkAUH trust state the full name anti addirisu of the stockholder exactly as gn in Itllr her certMoatc of teak 0gather with the umber sad vale olf cab oertlflcato Mo users than one person will be carried floe In roepoot to any one holding tf crook as registered oo the books of the star pony beAG Haokstaff oarou1 A very important notice heal bias keoued by the Secretary of iUte Trmuury to varlouc National bepYi stdwhere Government funds are deposit must not be rood for spooulatlve purposes The recent bull market Wall St has made money scarce Tand call rates have gene soaring ofaround orottarpadof the Treasury states in hU letUr to the banks that h reooga4c t right of iindividuals or even of bank apoarlatteltbgample security and at reasonable narates srdOeverRlReRtr varioasrNational banks were put there to business ot Cwpurposes He says that if banks have more money than they can llegitimately use in their own locality such deposits will be recalled put where they will do the good The effect of thw announce meal was almost inetanlaneouc Call money In Hew York dropped from a point to a point and ona hal Indicating that the money tact was rather of an artificial nature GENERAL ROBERT E LEE was the greatest General the world has ever known Ballards s Liniment is the greatest Liniment Quickly cures all pates It is with the reach of all T H Pointer Hempstead Texas writes This is to certify that Ballard Snow Li niment has been used in my house hold for years and has been soon to be an excellent Liniment fo Rheumatic pains I am never with It DruarStore John D Rockefeller has subscribed acndjnissionaries MrRocketeUerthe medicine he proscribes for those rough though honest people their mission may not be without result though he be the only convert Kentucky rural osrMarion county route S population SprIngfieldWashington populntlCJ t COAL CHEAPI 39OCASH will buy 2000 Ibs Pittsburgh Coal from III HICKMAN ICE COAL 011 e flrmers lth fisll CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Tim wo offer to dopngJtors Other ui dnuomonte nre of aonndnry important Upon tiift Ouarnntoe we xoinit your putrun jl J1 A THOMPSON I LU BliUOANAtN Prwlflaiit DDRJDcrOmsII HUniUVAA J J 0 htIYlllhll1r u II TItIUt Ion 4I tlhIA11nlllt It IIIUIIU llr JMIII Ito 1 II T1 IUWuUIt 1 4AA A A A J+ I Will build you A HOMEON 1BAMV M 1NTIUV AYMICNI I plnnIrentMI carry the only complete JIM of building material i rshalctwaro alek and doors 10 IM ferall in therHy Mv rtare right You be the lodge r fall and see VVA ICDDS Pt11 11 WANTlicA BuRRy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each guartexpert horse shoeing and blacksmith lieWork of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters ARRYtHICKMAN KENTUCKY 4rforStaple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats of all kinds PkfSIRVISgMHIfoiitiire Club Cnn laxly WhitedHouse Brand COt= 1jBetter Printing For Less Money I THE COURIER fa- c