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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oLJJ1teed 60Viin THE MIeNMAN eouRIER f HOLCHo9116stGlrgD ha TNUa that Pulls tMa c mrcY wagon up tbo fftif of Sucaoar Tha CaurJbr h a 5pirkln Dead Taant Oradsa thg llxlas af Your Uagon Old Man and Ler5 Nftch up 7HE El m oftry Watcrsons1 Wilniul Humor iHiwitorat Medicine ail injury J nut rem 1DJ for the battle of wiMik the gentleman I Acuntr Mi spinal Milthl surgeons sue I nig Into the small of k IIbC1VII ol the spinal j tog The patients mied 1 hMif the baekbone I 11kJ be able tto shy of the ttalaoles I r pout of the modern j riioa impure or iro sasses will present Iridextttptll whatever t ir otcfebono toieII- bialUK s dyed i wofefc can be tutnod iiKoout af oannory u tills prableins I allow itof oamlldate will b aehrether s iik the ftotiCreed t te arts Yi11k up to I ae Mo Mg soMtlments A K k IjHWrtWe to I if tfco man marries irvottoH wilt lime in it kenpeflked hew halter able to lor I KM tawl that Maya old a lass orsex tely I i MdMl Tie effort of uigooiM t fmft the t NIIIt woo the Ightl ors WM tattle It would I f oalrfbMi3l nothing sad south probably him a point off view have utillttcd him to pitlojfti efa ttrenuoui 1 se man with the dogsII r tbovldftoia no posittr- io I4 oQer many atjj ROBBRfT B LED alIt General the orldii 41ABallards Snow Shp greatoat Liniment r all palM It ItI withI A All T II Pointer Texas wntos TIllI I tnat Mallards Snow LI fA1 In niy house ntaMikas bees found It Liniment for oats I am never with il by GBWQflls Drug s lip ll mUIOIi 1n F xnniple of Catalogue house Comparison armor would think ivinw from a catalogue 4n animal with a name ai iwne the catalogue that the animal was a weight 1200 pounds and Js high free from blem afrd at the out price o i r of a spot cash dealI iieut stock farm I much reason in a pur i nature as there Is for 1 tuy a horse blanket tluad1 at U2 when h- w that he can get th- fi Ins home merchant At f it before he buys iit v lack If the goods do looks good but IIf a who took what they did- ii tier than admit they had L il were printed ft wo- uliriy d everyone who does wit the mall order houoes as old maid of Waltlum taken out a patent on a la which by the piesI utton will cave in amid throw a bashful young r fad into such close pros t willing young lady at j that he cannot help com fl it he has the Uehtesti L I true manhood in him FairA d MayQCiv4 Everybody in Fulton County Should Know That Every dollar spent in Fullon county IIs a Fulton county dollar Dont forget it- Kvery dollar sent tiway from Ful ton county Iis a dollar lost to Fulton county Dont forget It Fulton county dollars mean Fullon county prosperity Dont forget it Fulton coon+ y prosperity Is our business It is up to us Dont for get It The catalogue houses never return a dollar to Fulton county Dent forget it A catalogue house never fixed a road or built a bridge In Fulton ooun ly Dont forget It The penny wise polity never made a man rich Dont forget It It will make tilts the secret llaughing Itook of his neighbors Dont ford get that Everybody knows whe is building up Fulton county with good old Fut ton county dollars I and who Is build tog up tome other county with Ful ton county dollars It cannot be kept a secret Dont forget It Your home merchant it the man 1he helps build up Fulton county Spend your dollars with him Dont forget it- Itverybedy hew The Courier IIs helping to build up FultoH county Dont forget it Everybody knows that the Courier Iis the host paper in Fulton county tint every dollar spent with it remains Fullon county dollars and dont you forget that Democratic State Executive Announce Primary Rule The Democratic State Rzecutlve proe mulgated the rules and regulations for the primary They have fixed the 6th of November 1906 between the hours oi 6a m ami 4 p m as the time for selecting at the polls candidates of the party for ill offices to be voted for at the general State election to be held In November 1907 and for the purpose of nomi noting a Democratic candidate for United States Senator tto be voted for by the General Assembly which will meet in January 1908 To vote fur suoh candidates it IIs required that one shall be a known Democrat who was a legal voter at the precinct and a registered Dente crat in precincts where registration Iis required and who shall have vo ted for a Democratic nominee for Congress in the regular election November 6 1906 The officers of the election shall be appointed by the several county committees sub ject to the approval of the State Executive Committee and shall be composed as near equally as possible of the friends of the various cant didates lists of whom so recommend ed must be filled by the latter at least thirty days before the day for holding the primary while the names of challengers and inspectors simi lady recommended must be sub emitted to the county chairman note less than fifteen days and reported by him to the Executive Committee not less than ten days before the day of election At the close of the polls the election officers at each precinct shall count the vote and after stir nouncing the result certify the re suit tabulate and certify the same to the State Executive Committee at Frankfort The ballot boxes with the returns are to be held in the custody of the County Committees The State Executive Committee is required to begin the canvass of the returns on the JOth ol November 1906 at Frankfort and award the certificates to the respective noml pees accordingly At the annual stockholders meet ing of the N C St L Railroad in Nashville the old Board of Direc tort was reelected BeinrDoneAgent Johnson tells us this week that the railroad company are enjoying n good business here now notwithstanding the fact that It is a season thlIlIs usually dull He tell shippedfromHlokman Wagon Factory the Men gel Box Coi material IlocalI IIceJ plants shipments local freight andI other shipments make an average of twelve carloads a day shipped out of Hlckman and the shipments Into Hlckman are good The volume of bushiest in Hlckman steadily grows and can be readily tern by a casual observer i4i IJ of the Cases The Jury Mo in the Smith rights cast returned verdict of guilty against Chas Smith Sr and Chas Smith five tenants on theIr farms in the eleventh count the which is John Reed his liberty the negro who with Rough Riders in Cuba and who escaped the by sawing A trial was denied the delend ants and at 30p Judge Pollock asked them if there was any why sentence should be on them He then called the to bar pro nounced the following sentences Chas Smith Sr three years and months in the Fort Leaven worth Kas prison and fine ul State and County Taxec for 1900 are Past Due Your Stale and County Taxes for the year 1906 are long past due and unless paid by Nov 1 will proceed to add the six per cent pen alty and other extra cost on alike you want to save this ex tra cost and penalty you can do so by meeting myself or Deputy G B Johnson at my office over Holcombs Drug Store and paying same once SEAT Sheriff Fulton HoUis Kirk and Dave Pearson went to Mound City and brought back a hull lor the Rabbits Foot lMtIi FldL t lirerArL4f J hatioipnn New 4 Q1hi4wdcwd46t 9c ArWiJ dirtt 4aIicd JtffUqflllfJeJ W JiIyamI ufYjjo fJ Adli1 sif4 i1f IQf4ffIMlfIy4 JYZtJ 511J1 Verdict Guilty in Peonage CapeGIrardeau Bros civil Jr and fortyfour indictments for depriving was Roosevelts from farm hit new reason not pronounced defendants the and six all all Co Thursday new ti flJ 5000 Charles Smith Jr two years and fine 5000 Wm Woods two years and fine SIOO W Lee Rodgers two years and fine SIOO Floyd Woods two years and six months and fine 100 Benjamin Stone one year and six months and tine SIOO Bent jamin Fields one year and six months and fine 100 Judge Krum for the defense then that appeal would taken the supreme court and asked that the defense be permitted their freedom pending the appeal Judge Pollock fixed the bond each de Pendant at 20000 which was made Court then adjourned and all the federal officials departed for their homesThis trial was one the hardest fought legal battles ever tried in any court that section the state and the verDIct was heavy blow the Smiths and their many friends I Squire Futrell of Fulton the Marrying Squire J T Futrell South Fulton Iis known far and wide in this section as the marrying squire having performed the cere mony uniting J40 runaway couples frnm six states in the past few years His record this regard was made an issue in the recent election Obion county and after stumping the county in defense it Mr Fut rell was triumphantly vindicated leading the ticket by splendid jority 10 bbls fine apples for sale in bulk or any quantity desired mile east State Line on my farm Apply Isaac Shuff r r i I c 4 t j leedestd- ts i 7c e co f J 411 ailR 1 2 f t a afpIR Y tl- t A J I L y at a M M of of wayout 1 m M a f Jy of 1 If at J T I M t a of i I a i a of a of I a of a of announced an beI to of of in of a to 0 1 Esquire of in in of a ma 1 of to 4r Jp i 7 who were confident of their being ac quitted The Smith brothers are large land owners in Scott and New Madrid counties and are considered very wealthy SUE FOUND RELIEF If yogi arc troubled with liver complaint and have not received helpi read this Mrs Mary E Hammrnd Moody Texas IWilS in poo health with liver troublefor over a year Doctors did me no good and I tried Herblne and three bottles cured me I cant say to much for Herblne as it is a won derful liver medicine I always have it in the house Publish where DrugIYour money or your life Neither is in danger If you leave your laundry at Smith Ambergs for Frank Smith Basket leaves Tuesday sdllvsly An Bselril R Stow Life Sentence Given JamGraham at Paducah Eddyville for life That Iis the Grahamwith the murder of Claude Bass According to Isis own admission Graham was afraid to submit his case to a jury on the evidencs and went into court with a pta of guilty as charged On account of the youth of the prisoner Commonwealths Attorney Lovett recommended a minimum sentence and instead of going to tire gallows Graham will spend the rest of his days In the state penitentiary- No evidence was submitted and no arguments were heard Graham who looked upon the scene enacted in the court room seemed to try to assume the position of an uninterest ed spectator but when the verdict of the jury was submitted the look of satisfaction which lighted up his face was unmistakable Graham was charged with killing and robbing Claude Baas and leaving his body in an open field in the southeast part ot Paducah Bass was struck over the head with an iron bar and his skull fractured The two young men had been on a drunken spree and were making a night of it after making an attempt to rob a store Bass had money in his pocket and after the killing his pockets were rifled When first arrested Graham do Glared his innocence but finally after repeated alleged confessions admits his guilt both as to the mur I der and robbery When You Buy Clotkeo This Fall youve got to take your choice be y tween mercerized cotton and all wool fabrics Youll find either one easy to get if you go to the right place for it If you choose the mercerized cotton clothes itwIU be because you dont know what they are or because you think theyll do and you will save a dollar or so But la either case you will be loser mercerized cotton goods dont wear the moneys worth dont keep shape nor look right after a few weeks If you choose Hart Schaffner cSt Marx all wool youll have to come to us for It Youll find here the highest type of clothing style hand tailoring perfect fit i and absolutely all wool with no sign of cotton thread It pays to make and sell and wear such clothes i pays the wearer most of allSmith Arabcrg Style and American Dress maker for the Ladies Style and American Dressmaker has a breezy little figure in an outing suit on the front cover The maga rifle makes a most remarkable offer I of a complete skirt cutting system and a years subscription to the magazine for 175 There are mono interesting and timely articles one on embroidered dress and advertisement shows where this art is taught The style article by Linda Ross Wad is instructive and interesting to every woman who cares for her personal appearance The review contains timely ideas rand suggestions on preparing for the fall and winter wardrobe which cannot fail to be of interest to every woman who sews oSample copies 10 recta Sub scriptions 100 per year STYLE and AMERICAN DRESSMAKER 2425 E 21st Street New York TStudy the conditions of the neighborhood In which you live If you can suggest any needed im provement tell the Mayor or JGity Council about it us r 1 11J j j THE HICKMAN COURIER n T EEALE w C flU JOiBXTON- lUk sse PVsuMmf UI i ONE DOLLAR PER YE wr CASH IN ADVANCE I = c = c 2tnMr+1 M 1M ml M K OlUeV poeteliln reoad etas rrtau = C- II Friday Sept 28th 1900 Uroy Woodson of owensboro xtsecretary of the national Democrat 1 ic committee has sold his stock to I the Pflducah Evening NewsDemo crat to John J Barry of Morgan field Kywho owned the Mortnn field Sun one of the most prosper ous Democratic weekly papers in the Nnle Mr Barry cell be gen era manager and managing ed itor of the NewsDemocrat and he will make it strictly Democratic Ga He own tile principal stock in tINWI pap Rita of nippers in Kmtucky 1 ed are to be protected by aa agreed or dor entered Monday in the United Status Court m Ftankfort requiring all ranroade wkhin the state to pre serve all way bin until after a de vision on the power of the Commisohm to fix freight tarps A difference in fever of the rhl per the may be recovered in OAK the dedaUs ion of the court is npkotd Ira state tlhrvUleand fix a rate for the telephone COIa rat panics Ito oharsje for scrvir ThislaC laCiswhite charging an xortMiant rate This is the OBW Tnitc ad there isnea neadoubt101bei from violating their fcnochiee It ought to be done and ought to IIn done nowtopitch We heard on the street the other bad day of a man who claimed he was too peer to lake his home paper but on all the same ho read a notice in one take of our county papers telling how to the prevent a hone from sloberiog aId sent 150 for receipt When t- S16o h I worth of information came IIttM said Teach your bone Mow to I upon spit lives William J Bryan spoke to an AU dienoe of 7000 people in City Park ODe at New Orleans Monday A fea ture of his reception was a nooptr be I tisan banquet at which be was iotio tvtdb duced by a prominent ftopvfcHoftn lou bad Kentuckys new normal schools notwill have 1000 students a year with centreethe educational work in the atale1 well We are to be congratulated the IJ Farmers Merchants Bank Making Improvements- This week the Farmers b Mer drams Bank are having decided IIm provements trade M their building RoarIRhas been removed and a sorer sys tem being pot in The oM beer will glee pbMe to a nice new tile floor This will be quits an improvement and will add awe dignity to the ap pearance ot the banking home While the work ie bolftg done by Mr Spradlin who has the contract the business of the beak ie betm tranaaoted in Dr EI K Prathers attic m the Baluet buiUmg next door The Race War at AtlantaI Georgia It to unfortunate that ouch a acolsal should be permitted to seta over Ute name of the South ae rail1 as AtI fanta the SJOM of the aJfttir at xrdi I the oRSO fit the scene at Atlnntiy this weep Alter throe whit had been useauHed or at tempted at aeeault to one night the people of the oily became so hrfurtnt j and anxious to make an object leeori for the bUck brutes that titer listened to no reason but began searching for sad killing every negro they came across in the dry The mob began with a few early m t ashliallroaded 10000 men sad Mete who spared life of no negro who came M reach The rosuh was that oxeitemont ran no high that the po rasa was of no avail aced the roffftfai was called out to en aver and then not until many more lire wore snorllked It I bnowa set Moo tarry Itvox wore but it hi kmvva that toe racer a policoninn and array twenty nsgroea wore kftIodandtrly a hundred negroes wotindod fatally It h true that three women lteMcfI withwtwo week in Ute citY was enough canoe eacitssaont to runt to a hip and to reattse that the time come for the awful crimes to be punished sad a stop put to It but the other hand the mob did sent the souths method of avenging D wront and proiisjting an object lesson by tnt soiling the guilt tPparties aad making short workmbut Whig hiteriatod they tdianhMoeent parties and sa that were owUUed to as machIII liberty in the dty as any white per sonsIbis wu a grow wrong and xitidt will hurt Atlanta to no n degree The wrong oannot aunt retrieved We do ROt believe tIn vlftcnoe U is true but we do X- ireathetftt an object losson eacha cie sily to the gsrflty party to not a idea on the other haRd It was right to take the lives of inno t parties This was done and fa- a shame upon the entire south as ar Atlanta which city will Ceelrol etfjOch of it for years to comeItFri Perfect Tailoring You ace from the waytt this suit looks what per fect tailoring does for clothes no matter what the attitude may be the coat drapes right Thats what we offer you in Hart Schaffner Marx clotUing perfect tailoring allwool fabrics and the correct style SmithII Amberg I It Looks Like War in Cuba Just Now It looks just MW like we are tc taw a war on hands In Cuba Asa rosoltof the recent eJection therr was an uprising among the two po lHtical factious and so lar it hit been Impost fbk to bi tag about peace The Government soul two reprmen tatives to Havana to Attempt to bring about peace but so far to no avail The Secretary of SUite fords upon Investigation that the recent I elMUon wed iu rotten as was repn soiiiedt but the government of Cuba refused nil pone ftegottnlMns that were pot before inem even whn they were aonceesione upon the part of toe other party The result iiz flat the President and the Vice resident of the Island Mare resign having caned an extra s Mion of Congress This means that iit now depende upon the United States to Drug abut piece DrayIt It mus tic duns by A war The Plat- a I amendment in the Constitution pro virla tt the UntiedI States shallI interior fortrtWy It nocoseary in jaM such a ens ns thlc Of course ROW Great Britain to clamoring for IN to interfere sad protect hoc prop arty and intereata Our failure to doW rctuU in having Ito pay UN indemnity to her The Ware Department Mrs btgmi sending war snips to the Maud and IKndJog troops there It may be that yet something may be done to bring about peaae without lighting but ti iif hardly probable The Secretary iff State himself U dtegmted and say j he reran saw such a stat of affairs Dorena Items I dwn Lambert anti fijrassee wont to Charlootoo Monday Miss Marietta Powtkcs attended at Hkkman Sunday Woodson Mars of Wolf sited LennIe IlyaoHC Sunday Mr Doss sad family wore t guests of Mrs J D Ptekeit Sunday W C Bryant of ttwt Prairie i woe hate Sunday vMtlng Ms old hoMe Mr Ofler was here from Rait Prairie Mitt Wilt vMtbtg Mrs J Picket Wffl Clevsdtnse of Wolf Island through here going tt Hlek Monday x41tlrlAothis vidnity last Friday taking orders for tombstone Mica Oman Crawford spud IfttCI urday night in Hlokman with her Mrs Mlttie Cobb Misses Lllltad Hall and Pearl ng were the guests if Mist Mar Kelley Sunday afternoon Mr J W MoKernon was in this vicinity Saturday sdllsftliig weup arrasIlia home Is In CMinton- Mr o Frank Cob formerly of this but now of Mississippi yfe ed Mrs Crawfords family last JavnMr era Mrs J H Pkketl are all smiles t aglrl was torn to them day Mother and baby getting along niaely Prospects are brighter for the Ir on Mountain road from Hanson to Hfckman an officiall wan here thllP week to extend an option for two an weeksyProtracted meeting began Sunday diunderIn ey and Gale More help Is expect ed and they would be glad It everysu subaleLaU Friday night the people of a this country were entertained at Ihew Fairview Schoolhouse with a shadow sociable Under the management of Miss Stella Hlsey teacher at that place the sociable was given Pverybodyjoy themselves Uncle Jerrc Johnson of Cayce to was in town Tuesday anil called at to our office He brought us a box of apples from a true planted by his fugrnnaatherapples are good even though the tree has been bearing nearly a hun at dred years Uncle Jerre is a good IOU led lellow Mr and Mrs Tom Holcombe arrives in Hickman yesterdays Your Opportunity Is Now To Buy Bargains in Boys and Childrens Suits Mens and Boys Pants School Shoes for Boys and Girls King Quality and Walk Over Shoes for nun They fit and wear 350 to 4 No plugs in our Imp Selby Shoes for Ladies and Misses t ho kind that give entire satisfaction 2 to 350 H C Goodman Shoes for Children good solid leather at a medium price 98c to 150 UNDERWEAR In buying underwear for tilt family you will find our line complete and the pl ii- I ic os low 25c to as high as you want Our 50c fleece lined shirts and drawers are special values heCash Shoe Store E C Rice 8r Companyr Reunion of Forrests Cavalry in Memphis Htckmnn Ky Aug 34 1906 There will be held Iii Memphis TOM October 17 1904 a reunion of all veterans Who at any time serv od under Con N B Porrost The of Memphta arc entlwolal- and kayo promleed to throw their doors and entertain every oW Veteran In royal style Committees will meet the Veterans at the train in the evening of tM 16th and the morning of the 17th aeoJn thorn to their homes and furnish them with rdora lor hors free to rt In the parade There wilt be a parade on hire Iwck fir alt who oan ride sad anto and carriages for all whO- re unable to rile horoobaeU It Is proposed that we pace in review be yore the statue of our belayed old Commander to be follovod by apeI propriate exercises around his tnmb We will then rapiir to a beautiful where all will bo served with old time Tennessee brbcalejj to form at the table in com pandaI and regiments Just as they sbanded All regiments will Join I the parade just as they disbanded under the command of tholr senior rviving officer present AH rout 1 manta from each state to oanitltut I brigade except Tsnnessccnns whot be divide into two brigades West Tennessee and Middle andj Ivast Tennessee By an article of our Association every soldier of any and all arms orI service wno at any time during the war served under Gen If B For rest and remained true and faithful the pose unto the and Iis entitled recognition and membership in the corps and will be admitted to all reunions and exercises without any rther enrollment Badges similar to those given out New Orleans will be given all who attend that have not heretofore received them Let every Veteran attend We will never have such another opportunity to meet and pay loving tribe uto to hiss who led no through many a victori us battle By order of H A TYLKR Lieut its CommamNftg C11AS W AJtDRMOH Obi Adjt OM aced chief nf stnff Woodland Mills Items firllugltI at home thts week Little Mnry nine eatt h mine 01I of scarlet lever Mlse L G Clark rMtad Mies BrasAeJd Sunday Scarlet fever and dypthertn are raging in this vicinity B G BmoKeld and family viol teadI relatives here Sunday Wedding bets will soon be ring IRe in this neighborhood The railroad men are laying a new switch on main street Messrs Malono and Carlin xor out hero dovehunling Wednesday Woodland Grain Company shipped out 4000 worth of hogs Saturday night Mesrs firasfteld and Burms at tended services at Poplar Grov Sunday night Harry Cruette has accepted a position as night operator for the Woodland Telephone Co Miss Jessie Glover was home Iron Martin Saturday and Sunday She is attending the Hall Moody Insti tute at that place A party of young people chaper oned by Mr and Mrs Knto Davis r attended the Wallace shows Wednesday night Miss Dee Lancaster has acceptedI position in Van Ylect ahnlesnl- drug house at Memphis She willI be greatly missed by her friends in this vicinity ingrnlllcBrasfleld Miss Bnwfield is an ao complithed musician having studied underProfCard of Thanks heartfclthankst who so kindly extended aid and sympathy at the death of our dear sun anti brother MRS CAVITT and CIIILDREH Town of Jellico Complete Demolished by Dynamite The town of Jellto i Kentucky was romplM ed by the explosion of i i ratio lait Friday mornmr livery building on thin side was destroyed Mi on the Tennessee si 1r w either destroyed or putlv The aoaldent ocrurrl1I y at 7 Hi oclock Rv the oily stepped at that tI The explosion was dul shots having been fired 4 or kloklng the loaded claimed that Walter Ik joe Sellers were firing a on the oar A sewn t brought forth that a rear ear kloked the i oFie one will ever tenor i no witnesses Rogers were blown into eternity r tare of the men remaii k Cooke the yanlmaster w od to have been near U His mangled remains wij Mverol hundred led frv1 dent by his twelve ItTKe explosion was dent hoard for flay miles t vflleaml Mlddlesbon A on which Engineer Seller completely demolished The car in which hr was stored was shatt kindling wood A htlr car was dug sufficiently w buildte r track was torn up for 1I ri yards The depot was and its pccupants were The warehouse of the Jelli Company which was near Ptt r was completely demolishes i express office was shatter i kindling wotx- lTwentyone saloons in I Kywere completely derrTheir occupants escaped mir ly not a man being killed small dwelling houses on ti u tucky side were cubes UUi tf partly demolished k u Y 1NOW IS THE TIME SI W IPLACE YOUR ORDER NR COALPittsburgh i i tfM no introduction in Ilickman It has heen used fyff t r years and has always given perfect satisfaction IIIt the kind of coal you want Takes very little Hindi rci hl IIrt It No popping out in your eyes and on Ithe a pet No clinkers No dirt The very best and hocipcst Coal on the Market 111 Pnc Ut positively the LOWEST Place your or ckr NoV for future delivery while the prices are low t I sell wdght and fair treatment guaranteed Independent Coal Co Hickman Ky Phone 153 1 1r ICKMAN MARBLE WORKS BTABLISHKD lSi Tom Dillon Sr Prop Suor eeor lo B C RAOMSJ docd Marble and Granite r Monuments I CURBING STONE WORK of all Kinds Iron FENCING Hit F MAN KENTUCKY TONI ADAMS JltUJUI TO ton Mercantile Co and Smith Adams Personal at lion given to Plumbing Tin Work all kinds of Sanitary rk and Slenm Fitting Roofing Guttering and Roof land n specialy ALL WORK GUARANTEEDGIVE fUARUF rijps OAFE and iIt ipli LAlti iLUisrc ur i AK LOBS Seasonable Fruits Irtxali Treadand Cakes Fine Candies Etc Lttt fail to hoar this ICInutrio Piano CA RUTHERSPHON 190 lent Negroes given Warn I ing nl Union City r tie affair between 1 lrrnwnsvUls TOXWS I Ip in the Untied 1 4UMd the negree ith 10 l eoamo mire t Sunday aflomoon + hue girls wore ro rrnrn the pwtofflsc to the rdllplcnt of from some negro r lowed thorn homer 1I w to the extent of It them the bettor element I IIP their efforts In j Iillh notion as a urn will only have 1 rune tho white pnopfc d affairs would not r t I nl f for the lawless IrOlIUnlon City r 1 irgg counties went ij al option elections ca John Dnhnkc of Union City is Married Mr John Dahnhe ami Miss Maude Sneed were quietly married In Nasii ville IIIwat Sunday Mr Dahnke is one of the beat known young bust ness then in Union City having bon or many years astoelaled with the DahHkcWalker Milling Co Miss Snood woe one of the most popular members of the society set In Nazis vllle Mr Dahnke has mnny friends In this oily who wish thorn an abun dance of all tits good things in life A special cable dispatch states that a statistical paper on India just issued shows that in 1904 there wore killed in that country by snakes and wild beasts 24031 persons 21880 by snake bites 706 by tigors 399 by leopards and the rest by other animals The number of ORt tie killed was 98588 The other side of the account shows that 651 146 snakes and 16122 wild animals were killed Better pay your taxes tod y We Will Positively Build From Henson to Hickman byMrway agent fur the St LouisI Iron MottBUfn Southern Rattwny Co to Courier roprosentativea In lUck men TiMMlny afternoon Mr Xenoey was hors for the pur pose of renewing er extending a fifteen tinY optlen on their rightof way whfoh was surveyed several months ngo When asked by a rep rewntmlve when the work would be Kin his atiewer was rather evasive Indicating toot he know but prefer rod sot to state the time however he assured w that the line would theulhlinThe oittoii oat Ue rictofw y no above stated was made for only f teen days Use of the contraclMf parties offered Mr Kennev a thirty days option bat the over wa- spo1tiy declined which indicates that what will IHI dose in Uric ro feet will be done wtthta the next tea days In ladI gentleman in very else tonehith the kinknf this road inform us that work will begin on this road on or before Oct ht Further that a muual agree I i Revival Services Th- eMethodist Church Preaching day 1000 m Hamilton of Clinton Kentucky arc invited welcome and someone Dr Bonner Cavitt Died in Saint Louis Dr Banner IL Cavitt died at St Louis Tmwaday moWing of lat week He had Jwsi recovered torn UK attack off malarial fever at Me home Mt Elide Ark and had gone to the hose of Ms wifes parents In St Leila at wWeh place IK softer ed1 a rotaptecnwostl from Me oouRhs nail died afterward Dr Cadll wash graduate from Ute medical department of Vander Wit Uiriveroily at Nashville and at Ute tome of his Pines was practtolng motltdite Ila lile woe alto a traveling surgeon for the St Louie Jrwt Mountain Southern Railroad He was married to Miss Ruby hater of St Lowit last June while she was visiting aa aunt Haxta The marriagwas a surprise so her jNuroalc He wet born near Hick man AstgMt 19 1179 art acquired life education in Hiokmnn College prier to attending the medical school At Nashville There are many peo pie who knew and admired him for his gentle disposition and beautiful ohnractor A widow mother three tlstars and two brothers survive him whom the sympathy of the entire community out In this their sad hoar of bereavement His mother and brother Vaulx were called to his bodelde before his doatt but arrl ed lr a short time before life was extinct The remains were brought to Hlakmnn Thursday night and Interment was lad at the Ciry Cemetery Friday afternoon Good Camera for Sale I have a first close magazine camera Cyclone No5 almost new cvirrioa one dozen plates which can be taken out and developed at you wish the simplest operated cnmom made has button or bulb exposure eight foot of tubing and bulb attach cd Will sell at a very reasonable price and Include chemicals ami pa per Camera line a good lens and makes splendid pictures just the size for Ipicture you want to keep loss for supplies titan n film cnmara smaller size and is much more convenient A bnrgnln If you want a camera TYLER 1 ALE Courier Office Get old pipers at this office d item had beet reached between the Iron Mountain undStktston South pattern people whereby both roads neewht use the same incur and transfers sharing equally in the expense of building same while the Iron Mountain people would have charge cf the work These facts coupled together indicates that the l3lko ton people will positively build their road into Ilickman for the reason that they would be out an enormous lot of money if they failed do ootne up with their end of the work The Iron Mountain will conic from Hensen Mo to Hfekman ILII ISIftiaiioe of about twenty miles nmlII willI open some splendid territory in addition to Riving our town a wetII ant and northern outlet In all provability the N C 51 L will run their St Louis trains to TIlekHKiR on tits Iron Mountain in tend e4 firing over the Illinois IJII tral tracks which they are dolncI now since the new read will give them a shorter route and enable them to serve their patrons fry m Martin to Ilickman to n beMrr ul vantage At every at n m and 730 p by Rev L D You and Come bring with you shortly Hoods at to gets Costs of Resumption of Traffic on l Missouri River the avotta to revive the river Uaftconlhc Missouri seem to be bearing fruit Already one boat is iD OMMMtoston between 81 Louts and KdHMS Cityand If the plan proves SIIPCS isful other will follow and the gtory af the river will again be revived Per as long has this waterway lain Mle in the way of navigation that It will be akin to a miracle if the old mode of tmnepArtoln it revived s suoecsefullv Hut thrrr is nothlntj 1o hinder this very thing from taking place The attitude of the war department in completely ignoring the Missouri is partly re sponsible fir the neglect of the last few years The failure of congress to make the needed improvements has ktpt all efforts to restore the traffic In the background It would be nice If the old days of river beating could be revived on this stream and the Mississippi also The talos if the old river captains would again occupy the minds of the traveling public and the bread bosoms of the rivers would again be teeming with boats Their lost glory would return and they would take their place alongside the great highways commerce now 101ehI occupied by the railroads The ex I orbitant rates charged by those lat I ter means of transportation and the I unexousable delays has been the cause of this resumption of river traffic The peope have IottrnI tired of extortion and a means of re list is now being sought But we long to see the old gloryI of the Missouri and Mississippi return We have read so much aboutI It and heard so many tales of it allI thnt we are anxious to see something done about the matter We want to see the old liver towns which have practically been dormant these many years revive and take on new life We want to know the steam boat whistle it again breaking the stillness along the river territory and that their great wheels are once more churning the water solo roam a May the project prove a success Lawson Mo Review Tobacco growers in Fulton county tell us that the filty lucre crop is pu tically all harvested wt + rr i iiibi 1 F i1 Naylor Mer Co i 1 Department Store- S Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Fur j I nishing Goods Groceries Hardware f II I ImpsSI ca1 I CAYCE KENTUCKY a- S I I 4FIt To You 1 ii I stock is all under one roof under It ItOur and one force of clerks We at practically the cost of running ct cite department Thus you sec our ability 4to make CLQSE PRICES We arc glad to AnI4t nounce to the public that we are now fully pre deit Recived j- r Our Rail 1 Ilia Hoods Mnta Shoos sail Ants o Thuso HIClOIs 1T f tind lnl4Ht- iintloni8 null stylos old to show you 5 wo noun luiml i Sterling i1 it Brand of Clothing None Better4 The style and makeup of this brand is unex IJclothinsand sell them than 4 houses can afford to sell them a Latest styles Shapes i p CAPS K 1I1 Farm Wagons Bar and 4p IIDisc Harrows Sewing Machines Iron Beds Etc t pFTust received a carload of Improved American Farm Fence I 1rSPKCIAL CASH PRICK on same September ami UrtuborP IWe a heavy stock of GROCERIES of 4all kinds Notwithstanding the advance PI in the sugar market for the next TWO WEEKS l- t we will sell you 1 I 18 Ibs best Granulated Sugar 100aneat Patent Sylph Flour for cash 450 241bsack Flour cash 55c I Gallon Syrup 35clt 6 pkgs Arm Hammer Soda 25c I Coffee per pkg 16c If Everything in the Grocer line proportionately low FOR CASH Special prices on Farm Wapon during September cash orlton line of UamlurlJ Sul J Urry at right jilt BALE TIES AT 95c CASH I lla IREEII 1 r ttoetttoertrIIeach 4cash purchase 4we give initi f al tumbler Fret h After you spend 6 t you setII bIers free It withyour SI initialen gravedon I same I lustJ nnw loiliinjr Jj KiirniNhiii s M l an+ till Iiw entirely new no JofHla haw on M It we cheaper regular for carry t III i time Full priers ono cash I F M and SHOESHATSI Land continued Arbuckle 9115 1 1ii tII twMt i iti I I II I +LIUj1 THE A Sof E COLUMN i irI + t I II ++++++ r +jAWRsH SAUMDBRS I Che Unions of Fulton County meet if heist HcknMin lit and 3rd ThurHfty nigh Y Simmons 2nd and ltd Tuesday 3 po M Montgomery 2nd ami lib Wednesday J p in Layre IYI and oJI Saturday J p mI the uurleui tl Hazel Dell meets 1st atilt fci W dad clay at J p m Every one iis ordially invited to al teal these iurrtiKft The barbecue it over and so tar as 1 have heard everybody pro nounced it a grand success Tree vr bard cot taken the members that we hoped to enroll but we hare planted Ute wed and wo feel confi herd that they will grow Such thoughts as those expressed by President Dravton once planted Iin the proplrt minds must brim forth fiuit rmluilly Let the president ot rash KM al union cull his members together and meet regularly from this time on Let MS water and mi llvan the seed that he planted and we shall reap an atxNKiant harvest f Last week we bepa to tell you that the A S of Iwas Uw greatest mtneymaking scheme in the world with one exception but we feared that our tAlk WM toe long tor ont oftfumn 10 we cut it in two parts Wt repeat that the A S of K is the r greatest money nttktog scheme in 1 I ReII ligwISomeone says sospt whatr f I npeit Kxifpt the Christian re f llgtjn Old you ever stop to think I that Ihft Is the largest miiirymak ing Jftme UM verM ever Iw IIr roomed ef JfejmxNwtlwt the whole I world could be ffrjprtsti to the true Christianity Tliffii jhalt not lie theta stall not ttrsl Iheu shall not bear fame witness thou shall not commit adultery thou shall not covet thou shall lore the Lord thy I God with alt thy heart and thy neighbor ss UtyMlf nil tumfs who sneer ye would that men tmwild do j unit you do ye ertn so unto them Supptie the whale world could be taught la bolieve and practice these things Suppose that in darkness as well as in daylight every tempted soul should believe and feel and practice the thought Thou teat me There would be no of guards to protect property noii 1 all woukl four to steal No would hate to He for although man would know it God would person would even be slandered the l infants cradle and the females couch would be sheltered by the nalttlr lions sense of morality and true rewill Ilion There would be no use CorCjails state prisons courts IbejlbbetllonlnccHlty WeboatAutlKragmake iambs cannon howltaers ramparts that or barracks The standing armies part of the world could he disbanded for last there would be no more need ofwar lagThej but retary of the Navy would be sinejusl cures Not only so last preachers attend priests and bishops would preach so I more Christianity and lose sectarian this ism Sectarian colleges would van lab and the buildings would be con rider renal into public graded schools The potty strife in towns like Clinton McKeink Kuss lvilo Mnyaf field Jekson atilt all such plneos North hooded by the groat Chicago Uni versity would become part and par J- oCel of our grand publlo universeI place education paid Can you conceive of the billionsi the ocl dollars the millions of lives the is gallons of blood the barrels of tears that would be saved If the world wasi paid really and truly converted and Sven suppose that Jesus ChristtI was an imposter that there hi no buyer heaven and no lull yet Just think That what a moneymaking scheme IIttt hard would be to make the world believe sea In Him And the A 8 of It is the next thing to it It is based on some equity It interferes with no mans business but attends strictly to its did own It asks equity and justice the between man and man But white ment tits one else ought we not to ask it for game ourselves for our wives and our to r = T J III f Grand CothjOion of Wool Dress Goods Silkf and Trimmings Iin wool Dress Goods were showing a larger collection this Fall than ever before CovIertsespecially good for skirts and suits for n yard 75c and 100 38 inch Panama Cloth in garnet Alic and green at a yard OOc I 50 inch all wool Broadcloth in black and allcolors at a yard 100 38and 42 inch all wool Serges in blackgarnet and navy at a yard- OOcand 75c I 40 and 00 inch grey wool Plaids for skirts and suits a yd 1 and 125 30 inch bright colored Plaids suit able for childrens dresses at per yard from 15c to 5Oc E 1 e ones Should we be satisfied least article was prepared boon barbecue As we thought it too for one column we u1rhld it had the RIM with as whsn the leaflet that we stud a speech The result was the audience heard the grimier of the contents of this octane week We thought of destroy this artiste and writing another concluded that it would not be to the people who lulled to the barbecue to cut it In two hope M our readers who hoard last week will excuse us for re iterating that which they may con stele Fellow members are you sticking your union If not get wale Caroline tar on your heels frt nl tolls me that in some the Italian tobacco buyers higher prices for tobooco than A S of E houses Yes that true But why did they do sot Before the farmers they three and one and sold for six a half real eleven and put the difference in their pockets One made 8000 in one yenr is he lint much of the farmers earnings As soon as they that the farmers were in dead earnest they raised the price and iin instances paid more than the tobacco was really worth limit why they do thin To break down union We met all that argu some weeks ago in the Courier Rockefeller played the same when he wanted to taco a man sell his oil wells Showing of NEW FALL SpecialII prices new weaves 30 inch guaranteed Black Taffeta Silk worth 1a yard at OOc 30 inch guaranteed Black Chiffon Taffeta Silk regular 125 quality for only 110 30 inch Plaid Silks for waists per yard 125 18 inch Plaid Silkwe are showing a large assortment the very newest for waists at 05c 75c Hic 1 Mercerized Plaid Wasting entirely new with highly mercerized finishand come in a beautiful collection ofcolors per yard 35c ui Autumn Opening Qf = MILLINERY Will Occur Thursday and Friday October Ath and nthv You are cordially invited to atteiut1 Baltzer 8r Dodds i organized h h Tom H Holcombe MarriesI at Memphis Tenn Toroml Holcombe an old HIck I man boy but now an enterprising I young druggist at Greenville Miss was married Thursday noon of last week in Memphis to Mist MamieI I I Caplinger of Grsemrlllc They left immedintoly for a bridal tour to St Louis on ine of the Lee Line boats They passed HIekman not stopping on their way to St Louis bu arc here now and will spend today and tomorrow with Mr and Mrs C H Holcombe their parents Tommie has scores of friends iIn Hickman who know him to be an enterprising young businnw man and who will join with the Courier peopleI prosperity Vhilo we do not know the young lIulwe loci safe in say ing that she IIs all that is required tto snake a perfect lady and one who d is worthy of the young man who has won her i meelhciof Christ In Bast Hickman Rev A F Stinkard of Millorsvllle Ma is doing the preaching assisted b jI the local pastor Rev L W Another big soaflghter will be added to the active force of the United States navy next Saturdayt j when the battleship Connecticut will go into commission The Connaati cut Is one of the most powerful ships of the United States navy Her displacement is 16000 tons and her I willihaveI I IhundredI A J IF ITS A REPUTATION you are alter Whites Cream Ver mifHgt hoe a world willie reputation as the bOlt ofall worm deatrtyers and for its tonic Influence on weal And unthrifty ebt4lns It Improves their difestkm and aMimdatfon of their rood strengthens their nervous system aNd restores thorn to health and vigor natura tea ohfld I getct Sold by Cowgllls Drug Store and Helm Ellisons The Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATES COURT op CLAIMS Tt 1uUilirn fr 11tMlre Intern dlM l I 1114111III + r1rIMI1MIIrH11 witUIIHl Ml Off U ltUMUt4triUHllUT loitered I ell Y11ryrM1rNwtMurk ilit lee Iren iuilllMil nxl IIII leqY4i j I i IserrrfiWlMwitudlnlrMtayMIa14rI14UNr I lopulehllullllkl j lOtlIIIti we irt or wolhntoof beuyputIw1U IMrtoIMtrrtwtJ +lrLAWN cK wr1taY101111 1 TIIrUJlTON tlitILCIUIUJH IJ tbt 1 Ul1IlKT1JlfHIINTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY PRIZElibGET luten1oIIIILlbo THE LATEST AND BESTI I Voi4 rwrIafcCMERRIAMOO WtIIMIM- s9YewleIeta Mace 4 r U I wiYTltepw rcralyM I I The Mud Creek Barbecue Was a SucceM The A S of E Barbecue al Mudt Creek Bringer Thursday the 20th was a success In every particular Its purpose was fully achieved There was a large crowd on the grounds estimated by many at from 300 to 500 Good order prevailed1 I and the address by Mr Drayton President of the Illinois State Union was listened to with strict attention A good dinner was on the grounds enough for everyone Quite a num ber had cooked a nloedintier which together with the nice barbecued meats that had been prepared by the promoters of the affair made everyone happy Those who took their dinners with them spread their dinII tier on the ground and invited their friends to partake The Courier had the extreme pleasure and good fortune to eat dinner with Mrs P II Henry and we would wager that a better dinner could not have been found on the grounds Refresh menu were en the grounds conven lent for those who desired them Mr Dray ten In the afternoon took the stand and made one ef the best and most sensible talks we have Its caned te In an easy eorementense I manner he put forth the ideas and principles of the American Society of ftpiity their advantages to the farmer told them the disadvantages ef them not organising and making a price for their produce then held- lug for that prlcenQ honest legiti mate price of course We think he showed them by personal experienc es and comparison the dire necessity ef the farmers organising themselves laiD jlast such a union In the very shortest time possible and we also think he so forcibly impressed the urging neat of such a move upon I them that they will realize the situ ration and organize more thoroughly as soon as suoh a movement can be brought about Taken alt in all the occasion was a success and will no doubt be the to muse of much good being done to to aid the movement In the Interest af our farmer friends Route NyIftHrOaeF Mr PeterCurlln and daughter at f tended the barbecue Mr Henry Mangold and Miss Creed attended the oirflus Chas Vertter and John Brown went to the bottom Monday Mrs Sam Brown visited her mo ghee Mrs Sam Self last Thursday Mrs Jim Creed and family at landed the circus at OAten CIty last week base Mary B Werner was the O guest ef MIll Nellte Creed Sunday evening a Mr and MM Gorge + wlkes vis llied Mr and Mrs Will Edwards Sunday andfGertrude Kelhe attended the barbe cue last Thursday Mrs Nora Kemp and children are visiting her sister Mrc Sallie Simp kins near ClrartonaMrs Emily Sparkman ol Clayton was visiting her mother Mrw Sam Self last week Georgic Brown Hazel Edwards and Alberta Williams visited Clara and Gertrude Werner Saturday nee jj- inlng Sheriff Seat and deputy Goalder Johnson carried the prisoners con vlcted at the last term of Circuit atIEddyvltle Monday There were six prisoners for the penitentiary and two for the reform school at Lexington They were Robert thetReform School at Lexington for two years for house breaking The fol lowing were taken to the penitentiary at Eddyville Mike Fish two years for house breaking Andy Walker j colored twentyone years for mur der j Robert Shelby colored nineB years for murder i Thomas Denal for larcenyJack Pandhcious shooting ISubleribc for the Courier Y tIw 4+ Meet Your lilllnds lI at LAUDKRH TONSORIA PARLORS i Best In Hicknur 1cold baths elf tans hydra and every tlunp i Otlthw nt JI1cknu 1 Next door i With Its SECURITY To Depositors Uapllal and- With v The ASSURANCE That every- quirment t UI unexcelled fa- With Its RECORD Kfcr sale alpamanagementapromise MI i 1tTHE HICKMAN HAM Ieffers lit seclnkl cussw Do0 You Eat21 n Wdwl the nt t IISItltV IIAM t I have moved le the opposite the depot amn serve steals and 1m date manner t yr epir rDiflfter 1130 to t ll line of eoff 1 fL D PKH11YI I MM nnitoni C- otncoaWR t Undcrtakt TELEPHONE NO 20 TO IE F DAVI When you want a swell rip for a plea He keeps Ill h I NEWEST kh v and will furnish m j you wish one Try One of His IIII Ihcn UO II DrI S K Jhll iif Dentist HIGKMAN KEt4 r liCK Office upptnirs 0IA CowgiUrt Ilrtl MISr otf r e J rDolt Xo 10 M 1 1 usiness College in It beautiful catalogue a tuition Address d Coin 1 306 Broadway PA aunrtysy 6 ll- a SKATING RINK OPENS AT CITY HALL UEtI DAY NIGHT OCTOBER g DJ MrsI iFREE ice cream and cake to every admission on this nightxyVy MISSION lOe Special inducements for the season SKATES lice ft Local Notes I r j 110 rw3a1rlsi + I suIsrtt e fir the itwwi Mh sell lreh i m u feuymg MB Wt Aytor of Arkansas I e Islet hmMk in Uft J IIrldrb has gone y I weN ha soN Ilaw- uteI I of HICk a pS j st- Mhwivist Kt U I t 4ir tfchi w eV- r JI1owr te fWitHR fr MMf Um m Jffrrian In 4 IIa this k J t Sheriff tent was In Artie PHttof MM U If Carltt roternad Isfrne MayIK riomrn of ItatlMl Ili the guest of the rfalfeh brtthora Ir lee ami Owl Tel Jlhe Ms 48 nMrjMtt In Ctrl 0fcdc Walteh wtfll l ntorWe On miaui and the nNtrkot last woak Y w mica K treat If pm totl ttt huy grMorto Curt fteiw ft Ildtroinrth Rivers Cltvlti of CM fe in tw fl the PHMU of We wothtfr Mm- n M Gwtu Mr awl Mm W V Mowtfomory ifttHl a piiMfftJ gay iill the eowttry Mat Jtnlan 9MNfef Mr ami Mrs Briqp r UHOO f7ty wore jMote of Mw DwTCorwM vaml gays tot MM this wok Mrs JAcksoN of DtQw it Ark returned homt Momlay SHe was exiled tt ntetcMon u the fwwrol of hcrbrvthor Dr B H Cavllt J IojhlI Several new residences going up Milkman merahants are busy Mrs K So More and sliter went W IlUnttt M mhy- flam Bryant of noar Medley Ms WI In town tide week Mrs J De Mnve iU visiting her parent Mr and Mrs Menltree at ParaftOHhl Ark MlM Hrnttor hat returned to her homo near Htakman alter a visits if fctf aunt Mrs Tferrance at EuHcyru Miss Ivy Craason vas called tt Coht rotas thta wok en aoomint or the death ef her causln Mir Sadie A ory If yew want Help If reo linG tomolMftg for sale or trade If you fave prtpotly for sale or rent 1C lob loss something advertise lit the Couriers Wnnt Column It ousts only one cost a word and brings results Try It and be aon vincod r i Lu uiiU I Acme Washer Immt Carry it home try it thirty days IfI not satisfied bring it buck You lose only your time going and coming Hickman Hdw Co Inc b II8k3t1l1crlnk Tuesday rink night Tuesday night I Oerendes has neW Souvenir Card oneWhat on does Shaw Bettertworth scllt C and see Mrs J E Johnson Iis visiting relc allvea In Mayfield W 0 Perry of Luxelle was in tiovfl the first of the week Dont fall to visit Shaw Bet- tenworth for fresh groceries HOT Ice and Coal Telephone No 1 48 Hlekman Ice Cool Co In For Ice and Coal Telephone No tL Hlekmnn lie Coal Co DM Herring of Union City was tn the dty this week with friends k Bud Metheny is working in the N C St L yards at Martin as yard muterII Hardware Cutlery Groceries aU- nt reasonable prices Shaw Bet tersorthhThe Embroidery Club will meet with Mrs W H Baltser this after noon at 3 oolook I Mrs Maggie Fields of Whites born Tenn was the guest of Mrs J O Ryan last Sunday The Skating Rink opens Tuesday night Free ice cream and cake fora every admission on the opening I nightIMr and Mrs Jeff Alexander of in Point Pleasant Mo were in town Wednesday en route tto the Union City FairEMrs RoM Wolsefor returned of home Saturday after several days visit to friends and relatives at Rip ley Tenn Mrs Arch Caruthers has been at Kevll Ky for a week or ten days visiting relatives Mr Caruthers went there this week to accompany her home All those having friends and relatives in Poplar Grove cemetery will lake notice that on October 3rd we will meet and clean the grounds and straighten headstones etc 1 J J J C Roper Rev L D Hamilton of Clinton Ky is assisting Bro Johnson In the inrtiing at the Methodist church Isis sermons are of a high order and all who come will be interested and helped Services every day at 10 IIat11III iHlrkman Chapel i at 2 130 p m preaching at 3130 Quite a number of real estateII transfers of importance have takenII I place in and Hickman within theII past week Among them Dr SI W Lulcn of Cayce has purchase- the I Henry McMullin home place o Troy avenue and will move his fam ily here Mr McMullin has pur chased the Lewis Threlkeld proper ty on Troy avenue and will move there Mr B K Shaw has sold his home on Troy Avenue to Mr W A Johnston of the Hickman Hard ware Co and Mr Johnson has been moving this week Mr Shaw will occupy the brick residence owned by Mr J W Cowgill near the Episco I pal and Christian churches s Souvenir Post Cards at Berendesf S L Dodd was in Union City TuesdayTom of Fulton Is in town legal business I Arch DeBow returned from Eddy vllle Ky this week Miss Phoebe Cutron of Union City is visiting Miss Wade The Court House steps have beenI condemned by the city council For Ice and Coal Telephone No 48 Hickman Ice Coal Co Mr L J Stanfield of Mabelwas Hlokman on business Wednesday I J George Anderson is visiting in Mavfield Best goods best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw Bet tersworth Miss Jessie Henry was real sick last week but was able to return toI her school Monday Sunday School State Workers will I a convention In Hickman next week October 3d and 4th Mrs John Ford returned to her home in Cairo Wednesday She I has been visiting her sister Mrs Percy Jones Mrs L E Stephens has returned from a trip of the summer to friends I and relatives at Huntsvllle Ala other places Sam Spaulaiug and Lewis Roberts have been running a barbershop I the Warren building moved their business to Mayfield this week Mr B F Shaw was called tob Ky Tuesday on account J the udders death of his sister Mrs Mamie Fuqua He was accompanied by W M and M BI Shaw A business meeting of the literary oirole will be held with Miss Mattie DeBow at the residence of Mrs Maggie Randle next Wednesday October 3 at 3 p m Every member is requested to be present The managers of the skating rink will open their rink at the city hall Tuesday night They will have a lot of new ball bearing skates and will make quite a number of im provements in the hall for the convenience and pleasure of the patrons Another exit will be made so that the skaters will not be interfeied with During the season there will be quite a number of special induo mentsAll railroads will place on sale toiMemphis for one fare plus 25o for the round trip final limit until October 31 The Confederate reunion of Forrests Cavalry will be held there on the 17th Quite a number add anndI attend The Episcopal Brotherhood of St Andrew will convene in Memphis a October 18 and 19 Reduced rates have been secured fur one fare plu ISo for the round trip Tickets willl be good for return in two weeks This will give an opportunity to go to Memphis for a nominal sum andI be there at the time of the Confeder ate reunion which will be held there the 17th j1 Wh 1 I I I lotI I I WORKS OF DAN CUPID IM I I t h+ + I I I J P Smith and Miss Erma Crutch field two popular young people of Moscow were married in Fulton Wednesday Esq Futrell officiating E H Sams of Clinton and Miss Mattie Murchison of Alexander were married in Fulton Wednesday They will reside in Clinton- C M Billheimer and Miss Flor ence Nanny two young people of Fulton were married in Memphis Thursday The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs W J Nanny Mr Billheimer is clerk In the Tennessee Division of the Illinois Central office at Fulton rWant Colamat AJ ttNsvlnaaUUnfpOn Cnl TYr HW t41S llun In cts rtM ajf lint u nock tt tt tlwr errs 1IIllmil NIJt In 4vv it I FOR SALETwo horses and sev eral mulesS A Wade 14 FOR RENT Rooms over barber shop next to LaClede Hotel 14 Jessie Outten FOR RENT 3 room cottage has good cistern convenient outhouses 12tf N J Corum WANTEDLog teams and tim her cutters Highest prices paid J W Ward tf For Rent Business house on Clin ton street now occupied by Ellisons hardware store See W A Dodds FOR SALEI have a choice lot ofapure bred brown leghorn cockerels oth rose and single comb Apply to Jesse McNeill 123 FOR SALE73 acres of land S miles above Hickman on public road on Obion creek 15 acres cleared Apply to R Bynum 13 tf FOR SALELog wagon good repair Also want to hire timber r cutters and log teams Pay good wages Lon Robertson 14 East Hickman Ky WANTEDto find mv brother Ben Rollins colored Left Hick man seven years ago Please ad vise me of his whereabouts Har riett Rowden m= kman Ky 15 MEN WAN FED I want 100 men for limber cutters and for saw mill men Five miles from Hickman ferry landing on the Missouri aide Ashby Bros Co Medley Mo FOUNDA purse on Clinton Street contains between S3 and S and two paper bills of small denom 1 ination Owner can have same by giving concise description of same at this office 14 LOST Alonzo Gilliam 33 years old i 5 feel 10 inches high i blue eyes i dark sandy hair hat gray wore gray checked clothes i disap peared Saturday night Sept 22 Any information of his whereabouts will be gratefully received by his 1 wise Mrs Jennie Gulian Hickman Kytfperl sonal property One arm 160 i acres 50 acres cleared balances deadened 3 tenant houses One ti- l farm 40 acres well improved This land all lays in the bottoms Sub urban home with 25 acres 8 acres land with nice building sites two cottages and lots Saw and hoop mill and log wagon and chains anl log team For further information see N J Corum 14 1- v Th iuI I I ft ftStopl v and got n goon com urtn whon passing my plnco Sic o t lino of Oonfootionnrios Nuts Fruits Candy flipirn To bacco Ktc IMoa HightCt I YOUD UKTTRll STOP I r R E ROBERTS II 1 Near the college I P Benton i t- IT Oontrnctingn and Hauling tt Al1 thjngwAnywhere Any time Telephone JO1ft STKVK STATIH LtvIRY Fun and SALE STA ttrx k r Splendid servirf at reasonable prices Phone No 1- 04r HEARSE 500 t EXPERT TINNER I have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicits your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of all kinds l ALL WORK Finr CUM f Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished R B BREVARD HICKUAH KENTUCKY Say Mr Man ain you hungry If so callat George Ed monds lunch coun ter and let him cook you a firstclass lunch ofany kind Cash Book Store1 tJpleiuliil Selection NEW ROOKS 11 STATONERY NOTION c Call unit sec our Stunk Kvniy thing up to date MAny HRHRNDKH t On ieiforiRaaile Groceries ardw reJ frash Uaats- aXc1 f I odA- Gniat Store CHASE A SANBORNS 1 COFFEES and TEAS n 1 I I I 4 I I t c I I I I I I 4 I I I I HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I I I I tit I I I I I I I II I I I kA great many more young m and women Ire sent upon the r anII to ruin by money than by povertydi At a rule the devil wants no better I chance at boy and girls than to have their pockets filled with rch and than set down at some fashionable t resort Rest Is all right i revelry all wrong You ask why the world isnt better hy there Isnt more charity an love extant than we find therein The reason Iis plain There are too I I VthclrI they are assured beforehand come brick in a few day thatII grown rtndwkh all trjmmed with I J ham butter and mustard My dear readers Iis it set true too seldom speak of our heartsI gladness but dwell on Its misery Keep account e4 the people youI rest sad see how tulle they My thatl pleasant and happy and much tha l tIs dreary and sad They will tell1I of bodily aches pales and Infirmities They will complain bitterly of the heat If It is warm or ef the chill if I it is cold They Wit speak of th discouragement in their business the hardships In their occupation I the troubles in their various duties and all the manffoid miseries real1 his or imagined that have fallen to their lot But they will have little to say of prosperity their health their three good meals a day their encouragements favors friendships and manifold blessings Let usi life learn the lesson Mt to empty our tale of wee talc other peoples ears n but dwell store on the pleasant things of life the te Husbands like peaches will notr thekeep the year round unless they are I welt preserved First select one thrdullygreen neither should he be overw ripe He might look Very hi3JtdIs too old be will not stand the test of the preserving process but will expose his hard stony heart Hu bands grown in the tropics of pleas will ure look very fine but are usually 1 besttyour possible from a family tree growing on thea anIUnnyI vebeheart Unsound husbands like u sound peaohes often have to b stwoorrowfully AIselectedhave a clear steady cheery fire ofell love Your preserving kettle ghoul be neat and clean Husbands likdenpeaches look very black If this is unclean Give him plenty of sweet nest Much is needsugar d bI Vinegar is never used in sweet pre serves If you think he needs little spice use it with caution not keep stirring him up neitherta should you keep poking him withbe to if ofItreceipt is followed and you havcsselected the right kind of a husbandI Iwryou will find his love well preservedI Small boys often conceive tthe false idea that It is manly to ohew tobacco smoke and swear Old orCotboys and young men are prone toUconclude that moral integrity and religious purity are elements ofw weakness whilst immorality and in chfidelityNo greater fallacies ever enterni J and the human mind Which is strong the boy or yonng man who resit thonet wrongat The one who resists the inclination to indulge in strong drink and lives a sober useful life or the one who panders to appetite and becomes a miserable drunkard Which is the plMakerpure thought and word and deed or 1 he who dishonors God by defiling him self in mind and speech and conduct and Who does not know that It requires strength of purpose of willpower ed of mind to say to the tempter be I Theen Dodging t I Period j of a wouun shie Is the tumeofltn glen to Jut ge of Mt Your j monks come at Ionic Intervals anJ grow antler until thy stopI The clunte tnt thrw or luur narnaM I II IiUU5 touch warn and surt rtng I whkh an Iwrur ts urN ty UklII- AI CAnDy Womans Refuge In Distress I It juKkly rtfIt M the warm n ry ouulesrnrtahkh mtwrabktw a- ralnnnq Jlumesb hut anJlU flithes wtaknevi tire 1 Irolatq etc t jirJul mill bnrtgyuualth Ihfwiich tint IuJRMK pertwl anJ tttiU up yuur urrwgtq fur thonot W your hie Tcvit V xi an Kt It at aM JnidtfiU In L tvntk tetI EVERYTHING BUT DEATH Ia ki t J to N N4 u f y e4e WI hllkwItn riI I Ifgonefoot away 1 Who done Ml know that hh evfl deeds are tae tawtis oC j metal MwanHon 11 Tall is healthful liven exqewtvc labor cnn be long endured Bt worry is a eerrocive that speedily oats out the nerves and tissues srf He who frets abvut Ms wtKtI burns lifes candle at bath ends iis the friction rather than the re volution of the wheels that wean machinery He who knew beDdo his level best and leave the with God has learned one 0 chief secrets of life Butwwho is always worrying about bow are coming out is most foolish Seme people constantly complain imagixegir lot ik so much harder than that ef their neighbor They are always regretting that they did not Sxorh persons will have nerves set on alg have chronic indigestion a gloomy disposition and a diseased brain Sunshine and health are friends Do the best you p stew not Work bard Work hard There is much to do dm beeburdens both work and worry the fretting in the world will not matters It will only reader thdc largest service Mix all your bur bearing with smiles and song AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION worth a pound of cure The SaMmptives h of aDgetting cellrho If they had care ot themselves would now well A cough is the foundation Consumption Ballards Hare hound Syrup will cure that cough JitesHorehound Syrup in my family for yearsmy children never suffer with coughs Sold by Cowglll- Drug Store and Helm k Ellllson R A Tyler a citizen City until the fair closebto Nashville Monday night attend the wedding of an old colic um He will return tomorrow expects to be able to bring hiism Ck man and takes a great interest in Oblon County fair He thinks out it and talks about it and is worth a great deal to the Association hUnionThe E Rehkops Saddler Com pony the oldest leatherworking i ant in the state and for many years dome contract work for the government made an assignment Thursday No schedule of assets liabilities has been filed The failure is understood to have follow loss of business caused by labor troubles Woodland Items Miss Murel Harper spent Tuesday re Prof J L Rush enrolled eighty- fllllsj here Monday Mr and Mrs H 1 Curltn had fllrl tram Jordan Sunday Eight new telephones have been adJM to the Woodland Telephone ii- j IMr and Mrs Albert tyravet spent Sunday at Mr and Mrs L T HlMay Miss Lizzie brnnham was at home from her sohoi at Mt Olive Satur stay and Sunday Rev C B Bolts of Martin passed through here enraute to David Cha pet whets he delivered two fine trrmons Miss Annie Ferguson entertained 4 few of her many Mends last Sat urday evening the sixteenth anniver nary of her birth Mill Lassie Curlln entertained Miners Lancaster aril BmsfloW gad their guest from Jackson and lien 4rron the nineteenth Mr Will Fltts n young man ale nding scoooi here from Jaakson hAd hit hand very badly1 hurt Frhlay rvrning In a gnme of baseball Miss Kthd HemlernoN wax at home Saturday and Sunday from Martin where she Is attending the M I She II highly pleased Rev G H Stlgler Oiled Ills regular appointment here Sunday He loft Monday fir Liberty where be wilt be engaged for the revival next wdk Mrs W D Jones and children after spending several weeks hero with relative and frtands lUre turn to their home In Blythetllle Ark Saturday Mr and Mrs Kato Davis Jr are at their new home here now Mrs j avis was formerly Miss ISelc jMcCrce from Maiden Mo She has been a guest here several lima e remember her as a very oharm ing and highly accomplished lady We welcome her to our little town fatThe L S C met with Mr Joseph Iioeil Wednesday Cider was served In the ball and at the usual hour an ice course was served All the members were not present ofathe weather All report a fine time Annual Stockholders Meet ning atChicagoOctober 17 Public notice Iis hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Illinois Central atri Companys in Chicago 111 on Wednesday October 17 1906 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting there will be Issued to each holder of one or more shares of the capital stock of the I C Railroad Company as regis companyeon Monday eptember 24 1906 who is of full ge a ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the companys line jfrom the station on the Illinois Cen tral railroad nearest to hror he r registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the jjourney to Chicago only during the f our days Immediately precceding and the day of the meeting and fo ChlcapPa0 meeting and the four days immediately following when anofstamped during business hours on or 2l01906 agp mIn the office of the WaG Bruen In maybeapplicationIne company in Chicago but each stock holder must individually apply to is or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stork toII bather with the number and date of such certificate No more than one person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock aa registered on the books of the company A G HackstaffSecrttary COAL CHEAP 390CASH will buy 2000 Ibs Pittsburg Coal from I IIICKMAN ICE COAL 011 17rm rs 1J pflP1chiots s3ik CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The IBibs f Tluu wo ofTor tu dopositot a OUur m luooinoiitiB nn or8oouudnrllmporLMIIt fywij this GUitninlcc we xolrff your JHII mi y J A MOAU SN t II Ill fiFlANiN Proldf1l1L DIJRmarO14 lllIHiA J J lS IIOMIIIIUNT II II TIILI kill J W ilRVAM HH It M ISUW Mr J MIH i l I T A l tHFUll t I Will build you A HOMEON HAM MClNTIirV IAY IIi r It will pay you to inveitigHto this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent 1rHrry the only complete line of titling malerul 1hardware Mh gad loon lobe found in the tilt M are ri ht You br Ibr fwlf call sari see weLS DDI3 YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each BURRY with A written gmr hlnckrnttthrHooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Culler W J BARRY-r HICKMAN KENTUCKY 74mfor Staple and Fancy Groceries and ffresh Meats of all kinds HHINX PICKLES AND PRESERVES Alilltonflire Club Cnn Goods rSaleagents for Dwinell Wrights Coffee While House Brand HICKMAN GROCERY CO II r1lItII M Better Printing For Less Mone THE COURIER r