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Guaranteed ow t oa X86 THE HI6KMAN COURIERhr Tpam tltst Pulls tbo ClIlllmllTctJ IlIl1l1nn up t6x Ntlucctas The turlM hII iTMnktn load Tlllfm Upwpv w J lllBTD KDNTUULT l8 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 12 1006rBTABLI NX THE 1- 4Jut 198D utrc HnytlenSays Alleged homage iis a Mistake 4j rom Union City says irtiion of theh i oounty Phi question of Ithe ap- r iood of S T Hayden unite Oflwe up th- eht omfe rumor that I ihp tfltefi were net ri their roYoiius cumr mi the hooks and re ntiiiHfi te the out Mmgly done Upon on he committee re iind the trustee WM ulo with the county rnt fwmfeors 6300 rhea came up ai to ltd be taken In the imity oourt laded to Moore far ootmiel aces WAS reprosonted II Ahorssas dls nktlIm the opart II i4yile taut made a = court that ht woe that a nMstakt had he commtUce anti ily to mttlce good any nod mode any ihtough way the cream ON niiH a amMtttoa of A IToAey T J il intent of Tray ta tunics ol the oIIotC lr4t their flattings to 11 adjourned torts tore Uih of tko prsemt- M knows Mr Hayrian r rw kutenflonaily tale t my at the money ol rJ tact If there It any 11 red by souse error iIIi is tune the moll order I Mtsve hi Aovdtotf the Wf tuntfMMtofy gatteir i idiot twMiMf attractive iplI4 4rtHos ami making I f KMiwting ataliM for Thy do not lifer to ex- If KKxls for the farmers f tatter or other pro Jowl taut A pennys Lake yew pay oath be t the goods and the If anything IIs wrong adx thy do not sail- eschanae them for you Use into yowr city or urv with which ourII maintained roods udewatks built They tii air to our churches ill muttons nor to our Lvr woro asked If ve uiheadwl woman We we never did nor re a woman waltzing rn her shirt sleeve with her teeth and running noon she saw W- eIn a woman go fishing m her pocket sit on mtl all day and come- ti night Nor have wet woman yank off her hfo could link any man 1 blew her shes net I n IiVP a dollar he didnt ml clothes and shoes i dust as though theyd- r tune lie didnt try to to dodge misfortunes Iinstead he got some ashes lIVti doaen sacks Then vcd a dollar In the i r morn he advertised tin would put the sun to L kept on advertising and i jiiiff to my hes out In- iLl his cottage on the bay J want help if you have r tr sale or trade If you ltly for sale or rent if e somethingadvertise In I criers Want Column It My one cent a word and r results Try It and be con tJ TRADING WITHOUT RISKS Doesnt it mean much to you to feel that you are trading without risks with childknowinga store and it makes no difference whether your purchase amounts to ten cents or ten dollarsits all the same you may feel assured that you have received your moneys worth in every respect Dont you think it will pay you to trade withsuch a store Try The Most Beautiful Millinery Ever Shown in Hickman to to to can be to ex to SPORTY and as or as loud as you one the It fit on Just complaint in and look em over to has bees the owloNao4 oxprosooU tr watntnl The moot enttltHOUoUe are ililI i hRU11i11ewdllUft stylos are rat responsible for the pmloe Utftret ed scfoty from Imitates t1 wide variety of Styles7J MattrialsandCololq b Is of the Mostij Interesting n noltit frontjDRESSj InrgohiuUnit you want right now Iric H 150 550 CHILDRENS HATSin lire mini lovwir HluiM + H IriiwH front 100 500 STYLISH FALL SILKS Plaid Silks in various new fancy shades are modern styles such as arc now much sought for Prices 50c 125 Black Taffeta and colored silks each grade the best that procured We want you the qualities Prices 50c 175 SPORTY TOGS for BOYS Play suits dress suits quiet please hooch bears labelPERFECTION which moans what snytJperfect materials nnllhor your money bark Come today 150 750 That sentiment many thou aiKf UWihat The One Details curl They amine What Coat Styles will be Worn Ii k For Fall and Winter The ftuhlom for the coming Fall and whiter are dlMlngiiUhed tn many roipects- tfrot those of the previous years Por jnrrly you noticed a certain adherence to a prevailing typea firm belief that one F stykvtml one style onlyI represented the tcorrtCt garment This year the leading ooat makers uniquedarttw each dltferunt from the other yet ouch it Correct and bound to please Tbr iww materials also stow IIMC- hIYrifYi Ptfnry mIxtHros IH a number of yaltracUwi pwtttnst paln oleths like kor ipeyu moll s ditvtotn and btondaloths are wed oxtonalvalv yourtt ftmnu JMl trimmings or whether a more elaborate garment suits your mode of dreoomf Prtooo mnfftaw follower LidieR OonM 9500 to 2250 Miflwni Joate 175 to 750 Uuin ont 750 to 1500 Mnllr ns fonts 175 to 500 WOOL DRESS FABRICS Cnxveneltea in plain and checked effects desir able for suits nnd skirts as well as coats price per yard 85c to 150 Chiffon Broadcloth light weight and very fine texture Per yard85c to 135 Plaid Dress Goods all shades 25c to 150 LAYING CLOTHES PLANS If you make our store the basis pf your clothes opera tions and the HART SCIIAPPNERf MARX quality the foundation of your ideas you will be as well dressed as a man can be Hart Schaffncr Marx clothes are built on the right planright in fit right in style and right in quality for for absolutely all wool reliability is guaranteed with the Hart Scbalfner Marx label Let us show you these g ods youll be satisfied 18 to 25 Should you decide on a suit at a more moderate price we have that too for though we are continually striving to carry better grades we never intend to weaken our medium price lines and youll always find here the best suits that can be bought at prices ranging from 5 to 15 Copyright Hart xhatTner 1906 Of byII SMITH AMEER- CIEAN KY IILJ PO J I rGlUln1y All Rat PfriI 6 The Caleb Powers Case Has r Been Continued In the routine of settling criminal cases in Scott county circuit court at Georgetown as attorneys for both caseIby I Commonwealths Attorney Franklin j who asked that the recent mandate I of the Federal court be filed and noted of record The fact that I Judge Robert Stout whom they expected to preside over Powers case must hold a continuous series of rourts this fall was presented to the defense who consented to this case being deferred till the February term All of Powers attorneys not being a present the matter of applyjng for bail was held in abeyance but not I abandoned Hays at Hickman Attorney General N B Hays Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky addressed a large crowd at the city hall in Hickman on Thursday afternoon of last week Mr Hays handled the gubernato rial situation without gloves throw lug the searchlight of investigation strongly into the dark corners of political manipulation Every Demncrat in Fulton county subII and is making the race without heed or submission to the gang He Is the man for the people to tie tohei- s the man for the party to tie to I Free from trades free from graft aIlionwould prove a tower of strength and as governor he would guard the interests and rights of the people give all classes a fair deal uphold the J laws conscientiously end uniformly in short he would do his duty No trafficing politicians could manipu late him no vulgar bribes could buy him All his life duty has been his guiding star Democracy his first love Let the common people stick to Hays and they will never regret it The many friends ot Nat Mur phey of Fulton were surprised to hear of his marriage to Miss Walter Wilson of Union City which occurred last week in the parlors of the Palace Hotel This marriage was quite a surprise to the relatives and friends of Mr Murphey as no one was aware of hts matrimonial inten tions when he went to Union City Miss Wilson was a charming and pretty young lady and one of the so society young ladies of Urjion City and resided with her aunt Mrs Avercit Tho groom is one of Ful tons best young men the son of Mr and Mrs John Murphey He will in the future be In the employ ot the McDowellFranklin Co Style and American Dressmaker for the Ladies Style and American Dressmaker has a breezy little figure in an outingtt suit on the front cjver The maga zinc makes a most remarkable offer of a complete skirt cutting system and a years subscription to the magazine for S175 j There are many 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 and suggestions on preparing for the fall and winter wardrobe which cannot fail to be nf interest to every woman who sews Sample copies ID cents Sub scriptions Sl00 per year STYLE and AMERICAN DRESSMAKER 2425 E 21st Street New York LI Qr j jTHE HICKMAN COURIER H T BBALB W a STBBX J 0 iBXTOX DaeH ss4 trgsMNri C ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Dr CASH IN ADVANCE I 7 Bntavd st Ibr Htetaww Kentuefrir am ad err risil ai- i aw i Friday Octobor 12 1000I REGISTER Tare was a decided lack of i interest utter on registration day last wok Mid as a result user were but a rOll certltkaI es issued This vats partly due from the feet that 1 the occasion had not bear advertised as it should have bees and then the weather was very bed This illlite not do The democrats must come out aad register ia order to woe to IsDone more registration day sad do not fan to go to your voting preciDctr and register if you have not already done so Ask your neighbor d- JAIu he not in alit i hat he do so at oroe Last week we printed the following in theedibrialeoluam of the Courier The Cohtmbns Critic edited by a Charles Walker has decided to hnttt JIputtr4the Critic will hereafter be pnhlkhrd at Portageville Mo We poise be will succeed at this ptodt and alto bag trust that he will not attempt M ma saloons into another tows at a local thaoptionOn Saturday wf received the fol lowing letter from Editor Walker otICohtmMEditors HialcrosaCourier Htakmon K7DeGentlemen r If YOU get any ssttoftwtitn in courteous articles of setae I do not couattachbut I ate unable to see yonr motfVc in throwing stash upon ojto who has never provoked you If you are by nature poorly bred than I pity ratber than condemn youIIRespectfully Cbas N Walk WII tins tether aaataea HWonderto all the papers which made similar notices u we see appearing m theI papers after we Iud printed tIM onet era above Ilk did he had a job ont hands Tact is wt sympathise withI tea him for his ssMortnaes in necessarily hunting pastures anew As for our being poorly bred this k a sew one on us we didnt know it but if he says so it must be so And if con JJ deranfrif the whiskey hell is an ed l dents of poor breeding we are oer with tautly low bred There is one tbtngmc certain the people of this grand old Commonwealth will sot brand any one who don condemn the evil as1 low bred and we arc rot so snrs that this k the cue with those whowlli do everything m their power to en courage the hellish evil and wish to meat foster it ineide the citys corporate limits Fellow democrats the time drawing sear whoa you will be called port upon to assort your rights as well ma as do your duty by voting In the democratic primary on November J 6th WwUl be called to d 1cicJeanother four years by honest fear peace less men who are of the lorhlebwe want to have our exeoatiw oUces contaminated by machine polities day It lies with the voters the majority stand of them which it shall be and you that alone of them owe it to yourselves your family and your state to help decide an adknow1 dh1Inowyou the will go to the polls November 6th and poll a vote against them j Aril Serious minced Phlladelphians are man now looking for the advent of per they son who wilt undettake the Job of =reforming the people who are trying to reform the reformers I Agrieultfigurerit t oWlllthe crap heap iin two years Th efluttheap usually manages to get into a of straps about seven times week According to what the tow HCilI organs here to say every news paper sad voter that raven a dentt cratlc adrtrfntslrallon is bought therefore those that are trying to discredit the democrats In power are not worth buying or they a cold be in the democrat band wages r ptor thJoge the democrats went hove thorn wed of course they are swiftly drifting into tM rapnhNcn ranhs sad are as mad as marsh bare Mayfield Messenger The Hays sopporters are lot a tair sad so are deal to all tney art sot dollarowiwd rust slid cannot be bought over for a paltry own If this shoe Its you yell Gov Davis of Ark was oppowd J lo Senator Caimack in hit racy for the Swale teat spring Au rrglt Senator hat twice within the lAst vwrk jmhflely snubbed OOVOIMT A geaihunan at heII union station In MemnMa tried l iatrodace thorn with disasterons sal when Mr Carmack entered Mr Bryans sleeper sad toDd him talking to GoY Dark Icy an tried to Introduce the two only to have Carmack entirely ignore the iotrodoctfon sal presence of Arkan j eat Governor A Missouri exchange says r Car Davta attempted some unkind sad uajnet IrritlLkm of Oovtroor Brik at Dexter Davis may be a mar io Arfcaasna rat he has tame low petty moaasMos m him t k rat rtikhed in Mkeomri I judge Maloney Washington the r day Awed a white woman for refusing to be ores exaeHnod by a If0 lawyer Judge Maloncy at rcadotfagdiald ever be enforced Thor k one men who stones oil Defers time people of KenlMeky trot from arty charts and ire hoist any m the pulsar contest for the Matsaosnoos sad that mesa ki K 1 by ys candidate for govenor IJMP A M J Cochran of Saet Kontackr district k tipped to he succeed Federal Circuit Judge Lur if the latter k named to the Snprsmt bench Internal Revenue Collector Terkes k mentioned for Coohraas place Post Master General Cortelyou might held a retrospective oauous himself on the three best thods of collectwg campaign coo be trllwtlons from government employee The President has returned Washington Books are open as tore 0 be will land first and hardest Panama Havanna or the Govern Printing Grace The Bureau of Statistics could publtis next re to the export of arms and am Itlon to Cuba Frost in espaAmerican army of invasion m Cuba now consists of two trip commissioners and a brigadier ire Rockefeller assured his Sun schoo Dials that the wicked In slippery places Perhaps explains why he is still standing dlAtlantathe cleaning out of the negro as Atlanta is doing is one of measures of the right sort Governor may be Hughes will1 that they are sending an honestfr to a mighty hard place when to send him to Albany for is B T DAVIS d- rerettOCjlt1J Ht nllf and practice in all courts InbeState Office over LedCordco ft Randles store aIII KMAH KEHWtKY Inn Lehr Stock Company in Hickman Thi Week Losers of comedydrama highly pleased with the Ina LehrI Stock Co which is Mllng a weeks engaRement at the opera house in Htakman this eSeIIn addtk to each member of the J IN Am LEHR troupe being an artist in hit or her line the show is clean sad up to the moral stardard to every sense bob evening a sex drama is prasrated carrying with U many laughable MU but never breaking GEOR iE LEWELLENI the thread of touching roeunccii Ladles will be admitted free OB Thursday sightI whoa aeeompaaied one paid admkrion NAPOLHON BONAPARTE showed at the battle of Avstertttz WM the greatest Leader in the world Baltarde Snow LiRtment has shown the public it is the best Liniment in the world A quick anreforRbwssntlcmSpraiasDuraaCute nays I use Ballards Snow Lich mow in my family and tad it un- excelled t for sore chest headache corns in fact for anything that can reached by a liniment Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm Ellison bLOCAL BREVITIES Edwin White was In Union City Sunday Jack Prost Is so elate yeu can hear him brcatheJMrs I D Prloe spent Friday Ini Untea City 1Thehas been Invigorating C L Walker made a short visi St Louts ThursdaysW J Spradlln made a business to Union City FridayoDont fail to visit Shaw Bet tersworth for fresh groceries Alex Natceh who has been orit ionlly 111 is reported as Improving Mr Naifih of Camden Tenn was in our City on bulsness Mona Harry Barrett bought a horse and tlprovedtllennIIgotj Mr J C Hendrix has returned om Denver Colo where he went visit his son H Lwho Iis there the benefit of his health Hauty improving we are glad to learn Miss Heitman formely with EUa icon Merc Co is in charge of then essmaking department at Smith Ambergs Miss Heitman has In Keisters Ladles tailoring St Louis all summer and comes prepared for the making oft stylesLeave j k to 16 We can you the line sell you of in or UP the I IIi1 j Ttt Bits True at Among her numerous other pos session our town has her fall snare ef old bachelors although they ar by no meant the kites Just why those men travel alone is not quite clear cspodally to a goodly number of the tender an who are simply chastag their oft in an eflbrt ta eatoh a 1BCUtI Building material is still gjtag np but in these prwper- thnsa the high prices do not hok buildings frOm going up also The day of cheap newspapers is drawing to an oDd The pestoBce has decided to refuse second class vales of postage to and magazine furnished be lax cost and giving premiums to se sure subscribers and the result will1 e the death of many papers run only for purposes tell YOU that if their goods nott you can return them Sure 1 But you have to pay expressI r freight both ways and you decide to keep thorn If your home mar chants goods are not you take them bank and it seats you nothing At this time of the year peoplei naturally discussing In their minds the question where shall we buy our goods As our answer to important problem we refer them the columns in this In our columns will be found countyNevert not advertise if you want nice fresh prlcelFindyou will find a man who is a and as the goods which he is trying to sell Mrs R B Brevard will be th hostess of The Clu of Union City spent Sunday In Hickman JUu t J Stoves TTTTYTTTTTVr rI I 150 to 1600 Prices range from 150 each show big gest and THE BEST STOVE anyone Kentucky Tennessee STOVES DELIVERED AND SET inside city 1i111itsj Hickman Hdw Co Incorporated Hickman Ky Gospel pattredooipttoo unparalleled department advertising storetare- atisfactory satisfactory advertising prIncipalbusiness oldfashioned Embroidery afternoonW CorrrJor Want44 tf Mu MM N Orfv Ct Cw on BW I Irtt Aw t Mrf M MM tf I I 1cI I For Ire and Cool Telephone No 48 Hickman Ice h Coal Ub- x JackIJyruoW Gelding and 1 work muleJ J C Roper It InII both oars sad crop sit both ears bob tail said has young pigs Return or report same to me and receive re ward J I Watson at joist Stock I htlitoeIIII offer at public sslIIs ta highest bidder at my tat north of Cayce the following wag on buggies pair mules horse e mare farming Implements household sad Idtchrn furniture Terms i amounts of S and lew cash over approvedI1l security Sale Saturday October 30 Dr S W Luten The reseal rains we learn bos damaged the enormous torn crop ofrrto this county to a considerable extent e The wind had blown the corn to the ground and when the rain tells d for over a week It was feared th the corn would rot to an extent lh would damage the crop a great denlI and while it is true the sunshine and wind of the part week has hndII a tendency to dry It out and we ueJJ told the damage will not be so alof1 as was first anttclpattdtt Mr W T Barton recently made I an inspection tour to New Mexico t and the west He wallO wellI I plenssd with the country that he t has decided to move his family i there He i Vaand will move to Montnya New Mexico this week 1 He will take with him his I ttockeBetorbci tt prlnhimgage in general merchandise am machinery Woodland Mills Items rtMr G tt brass i sick list Mr W T Fitts s J Itt Martin Mrs Jut Prathcr xi tLy TwestiCly Miss Mary Burro K and Sunday at boo Mr stud Mrs Sw n Ii relatives hire Sunday Miss Sadie Frysr 1 and Sunday In Union Mr J C SwnhoMI Saturday on ion iitr mMr and Mrs u nr r rived home ThursdayK Texas Mr and Mrs Rd Jr to Martin Sunday all j = visit to relatives anal l Mrs Thomas T Th hero Sunday right 1 Washington She arillitil Christmas on an 1 parents and friends will be joined by Mr Peanut candies atlTheyre good try them atratRadnor College Nvinstituted a movement ytract wide notice aII amount of comment son likely unfavorable The the college In qurslriata their 200 girl students the big elites the bractuthe big slphH of our t- Y tt- rI girls among other pta their nations capitol amtI introduced to the PresiK rcallz more than ever education dots not rom lore We believe that drwill do them fully as mu any six months spentabooks Very likely Radr I led Held that will be r mcrhurldnow is f IiI 7 4 a loet Your Friend r t i UDKRDALKS i luNSORIAL PARLORS i tt filikmn lidland ft1- i lithi electric lights LIIY hydraulic chairs c I rythtug for romforlI CUntca St IItehmanlty A lour to Caruthers I With Its I I URITY i i vposlteri all STQiDOOOO I I 1iIlam1lurptur With The lIRANCE r rvoty reasonable rQloJ mt can ttie mett with tit 04 faotUttal I With Its UOHD of awt OHWcrYKirfe yBHat tI the pal that- maeasash J Hi the ftiUiro lilt IInCKMAN BANK I u cualamors a Mrvttel second to I v i ItOnOII I o You Eatak- a1orylthttII t T- 1I Ilrtl IIAN r1 I to the Somers stand I rf irpol and am pttpnred rdla1 Aid kmehtt he an tm IhIrI Ml p I- BJt II I TDinncr 1130 to 100 I r t I onfeeilwM Cigar he I 1 U I PKRRV Ilii5 Jr Damdxon he1list UK KMAN KENTUCKY t UI Hinirfl war Oowgill i tiIIs Drug Storo t I aFllEflh1uEc Go Itt RP01ATtta Undertakers IT Li PHONE NO 20 0 t I a A411 a Nw I Do It Now Jnllr the most practical tt1rouph and up to date r t Allege in the South Sena- tjtal I catalogue and rates ofr Addt- cstAaducah Centralr 1 rniway PADUCAII KY j IStopit Illast n good pohl drink jItI pfiRHinK my place Nioo 111 of ConfooUonorios Nuts I ruitfl Candy OigmH To- IlcoJ IRto Prices night YOUD IIETTER8TOP I R E ROBERTS JWT Near the colUg t J I r l1Jf Same Commendatory Spunk Displayed by a Lady Miss Anna P Thomas who is said to be a cousin of President Roosevelt Will tined 10 in the police court at Washington last week for refusing to answer quest Ions addressed to her by a negro lawyer Miss Tnomas was witness agalnt a negro man charged with theIIdefendant employed a negro lawyer who endeavored to cross examine her- I refuse to answer questions aski ed by a darkey 00 Miss Thomas raid turning to the court ff lie isnt a darkey j he is an American citizen and a member of thebar Judge Mutlowny stated uHe Is defending this man and has a right to ask you queslltns I refuse to answer a negro sire nutitwlMY must arnwor sued he If 1went answer alto questions Ur uks non for OUo retorted the jtlueky yu u lady Madam you had better tr ijwtol edict the Judge Keep quiet ywriolf III stall be compel led lo ftue 00Iunlw you are ipjlet to YOM went AM me I replied Mw Thomas I Madam I tine you 10 for Mntempt ef aeurt in default of whloh I will send you ta nil for two days sold Mullowny The yeang lady promptly paid theI money and loft tlw owrt in peSfMoCC ten of the reign and his nigger Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Free Send no monoy simply write and try Botanic Wood Maim at our expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the Mood which causes the awful aches tIn week and shoulder blades shifting pains difficulty In moving Angers iocs or legs bone pales swollen muscles and joints 01c rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings InI throat bad hearing sperks flying f before the eyes all played out feel ing of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of caesII of JO or 40 years standing attar doctors hot springs and patent medl elites had all failed Most of these cured patients had taken Blood I Balm as a last resort It Is C especially advised for chronic deep t seated oases Impossible for anyone t to suffer the agonies or symp toms of rheumatism or catarrh while I or after taking Blood Balm It I makes tue blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures arc permanent and not a patching up Drug stores 1 per largo bottle Sample of Bloodtt Balm sent free and prepaid nlII special modleal advtoc by describing I your troubli and writing mood I Balm Co Atlanta On Texas Negroes Prepare toI Flee to South DakotaI With the recent bloody race riots at Atlanta Ga and an incentive and searing attacks In Texas lully 10000 negroes in that state are makinp preparations to emigrate to South Dakota near Yankton to es tablish themselves in a sell government colony South Dakota en courage the project needing the negroes to put a large area under cultivation and as laborers in cities The farmer if he only knew it is a little nearer the kingdom of heaven thnn anyone on earth He is certain of three square meals a day and is the only man who can fence himself in and live in spite of the rest of mankind A few cattle and sheep and fowl provide him with food and clothing while his fields yield him flour and a source of revenue So generous arc these provisions and so common hardly one farmer In ten makes any account of them although the or dinary business man thinks he hasI done well when he reaches the end of the year and finds that he has a a little more than made ends meet Get the habit subscribe for the Courier r M CJ tl MA Bile Poisonhu a very Nd effect on your ay- tm It disorders your stocudi tatntiyourbtuod aU its tearful jUs r Thedfords BlackDraught rrgulatoganlHoot It gets rid of the pc wont uuteJ by ovtitupfly el boa and quickly Urn bitiwi hUdathu dliiliKM leu ef arretrte nausea tloJUrv lion conttl aton D darts UUUi and fever Jiunltce Mrvoutnrs IrrtUKlity ntUmltoka ant all Udcnett due to dltorderrJ bvr- It U nut a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver nJkln wbkh emits without ItriUUnc Price 25c X set On tMc Rural Delivery Report A report on the operations of the wrnl tear dHlvary service up toI Oct 1 submitted by Fourth AtatI ant Pottmnstr DeCraw last day shows the petitions revived since the ottaoltohmoMt of the aka vice number S41 30 upoi 150J6 eII which advert nporta pare been wade The number ol routof InI operation Oat 1 was JftM6 In a oI ItIgenap the ether night two pxrtlM claimed Jew One of them showing the other the deuce 1II I played the deuce awl you can show nothing lower ex opt your oharaoierM A successful Plttsbvrg employar says he invariably judges applloants for a position by three things the way theywalk Into his office the way they sit In a ihalr and their penmanship The first parole ever granted a convict in Tennessee so far as the records show was granted by Gov Cox Friday to Grandma Wade the Nashville newsboy recently sen ttaced to nine years Imprisonment The boy was turned ever to hisr brother In kax at Galtatln and he promises to make him work in htfe carriage factory also promises toI send him to school There are two kinds of girls inI the world the girl who works afire girl who grids Commend us toI the former Work lords dignity t a pretty girl Is an added cbrm t I her The girl who work iod bless her combines the useful andI ornamental She might gad about roll on sofas gosofp and read storybooks I but she protons to be of someI account In the world and lace out stenographer teacher salesladyr housekeeper bravely makes her ownI wny Such arc the salt of the earthI and of such Is the kingdom ofr heaven An indication of the materialI progress that Iis being made in ti south is a report by the Department of Commerce and Labor showing a few facts which perhaps are not gen orally known In the past fie years the Souths manufacturing capital has Increased from 677 l 865 to 1597503317 or at a rate of more than 120000000 a year The value of its factory products has risen from 1357539667 to 1787776794 The value of the cotton crop amounted to 700000 000 keeping 90000000 spindles em ployed and representing 34 of the wholte world The total value of the agri cultural outputs including the cotton crop was 1200000000 In addition to all this petroleum was produced at the rate of 5000000 barrels a month bituminous coal the rate of 6000000 tons a month and pig iron at the rate of JUOOOO tons In the same period L1 1IfIo 4 t I j 11 MI WIl Hodge Cleared of Assassi nating Pink Head About 3 oclock Thursday after noon of last week at Clinton the Jury brought In its verdict oIINot guilty in the case of the Common wealth against Cheat Hodges hanged with the murder of Pink Had The total of the case began Monday morning with the selection A a jury from a special venire of IJ men summoned from Graves aunty The testimony was con eluded Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock or later and Judge Robbins for the defense made the opening speech of an hour and a half before court closed for the days session It was arranged that the other three pctches should he made after sup- Per and when Tom Shelbourne txyan his speech for the prosecution but 630 p m the court room was packed men being there from all sections of the county Governor of Alabama Gives Some Wholesome Advice In a letter sent by Gov Jelks of Alabama to A N Johnson a leader f iijcroos In Mobile who had asked him to attend a massmeeting of negroes inI the Interest of law and wj r he concluded with this advice to the negroes of Alabama I Outlaw the loafer and the thief and be particularly prompt in help ing to hunt dawn the rapist Os tracise them in your societies and consign them to eternal damnation from your pulpits This is the best and cheapest way Should the white people ft all100e cbntrol or- t hlM anarchy Is upon us The Governor returned to the capital todny after a visit to Mobile where he inspected the results of the term dilUter and took a prominent pert In urging respect for law and order during the retJoncsa follow tog the attack on the Mobile Jail by a mob In whloh a Deputy Sheriff was killed Such Mon at These are at a Premium Recently a large firm which em ploys great numbers of men raid in regard to the men they wished te employ Men who are not for sale men who are honest and sound from centre to circumference true to the hearts here t men who will condemn wrong In friend of foe in themselves as well as others nen whose con sciences are as steady as the needle to the pole men who will stand for the right if the heavens totter and the earth reels men who can tell he tru Ih and look the world and the Ufrvll right in the eye men who neither Jung nor run i men who neither flog nor flinch men who have KHirage without whistling for it and itoi- I evero lasting life runs still and deep and strong i men who know their place and fill iti men who mind their own business i men who will not lie i men who are willing to earn what they eat and perform what they are paid fordoingAnd men as these arc never cigaretteIrntool Jackson Street Needs At I tension I cily1tof Hlckman should be looked into pnd enforced more than they are as can be seen by walking down Jack son street The sidewalks are ob structed in some places by various objects some gates are standing open that completely bar one from walking on the sidewalk and water is permitted to run across the walk in one place where it makes a fear flit mud hole This portion of the street is used to a considerable ex tent by pedestrians and by all means should be cleared up And another thing there is a habit among some people of hitching horses and mulls across the walks to the fences which necessarily forces the pedes trians to get out into the street tot walk Hardware Cutlery Groceries all at reasonable prices Shaw Bet tersworth t- 1iiMf 3 lIJ1J fF II tt ea 0 LPiI CARUTHERS CAPSIL- ndOPULAR LuNOIJ P4BL9RS I Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Canes Fine Candies Etc Dont full to hoar thu IEluctrio Piano CA RUTHERSPHONE9O COTTON ADAMS RCCEOKS 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 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855 Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor to B C Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of all Kindron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY r i4 1NOW IS THE TIME iiTO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR i M COAL Pittsburgh Coalff Needs no introduction in Hkkman 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 ing to start it No popping out in your eyes and on the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very but and Cheapest Coal on the Market Our Prices are positively the lOWEST Place your or der NOW for future delivery while the prices are lowtest full weight and fair treatment guaranteed Independent Coal Co S Hickman KyPhone153 Theies always something going on in The Couriers Job Printing Department Good work right prices prompt delivery and courteous treatment is a marked dis tinction in our business methods Have that work done today I 11 ii t c hI112Ji a- i li Meeting Closed at the Holin I InessI Church The revival meeting which Rev I Stinkard of MHIeravile Mo has been conducting at the Holiness church of Chflst hs closoJ after 3 being successful q Cod blessed In every service and- earedii twenty one or two souls wore or sanctMed during the meeting Rev Swanner of CarethersvlHe II the pastor who nsriMod in the meet 1 Ins has returned to his home to r look after pastotial duties there jI I preparing for the EasUrn Council meeting in November He will be 14 back to preach the third Sunday in this month label Nelson 1 Route No One Mr W D Bentbal was in Mos 1 cow one day last week f Dr P B drrlln and wife and JU- ne son visited Ms parents Sunday Herman Werner AMd Cam Will1 lams went to the bottomt Friday Mr BH Newton sad MiM Toper Ballow werh out drirmf Sunday eve ningMisses Mary 1 Worner and Gladys Benthal visited Miss Willie Curlin Sunday trolling Mr and Mrs Cmw Waratr vWt ed Mr and Mrs Gs McCary SundayMr Otto Edmlston of Mosoow Iis visiting Mr and Mrs W D Ben thai and family this week Dorena ItemsICotton is opening slowly Mr AydeteU went to Hlckman Monday Mrs Polhamurvlsiteil Mn White r Mondayr jiMrs Ida Williams Isf visiting Mrs 1 t Sarah Hall this wek John Lambert returned home from Charleston Monday evening Thurman Fkkelt and Manon Dick were in Cairo last week I Little Name AydetoU wu the guest of Mamie PtokeU Sunday Miss Marietta Powlke spentL4 Saturday night and Sunday in Hick manMrs O T Aydelott of Medley r Mo was the guest of Mrs King Sunday Mrs T W Plokett spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mrs Dyassee Mrs J D PJcke4t lilted herI parents Mr and Mrs Norse otI Birds Point last weekII Miss Jecsie McClellan and Mrs Oma Brewry passed through here Sunday enroute to Wolf Island 4Mrsmiles A girl was born to them last week weighing eight pounds Messrs T L White B T Hughes Wm Barnes and B C White went to Cbariostba Thursday- J C Primrose who has been vis Ming Mrs BYaSsces family return t t ed to his home in Kenton Tenet Saturday evening Mrs Crawfords family and Miss es Stella HIsey and Ivye and NanI ale Tankersley were the guests efII Mrs T L White SundavI G H Bransford one of FultonlI prominent business men died at hk home in Fulton last week after a tin Bering lllnesc Mr Brantford has for the past twentyfive years been t engaged in the manufacture of brick in that city and had accumulated quite a fortune A young ncgrwas to deathI countySaturday I of that section Jones assaulted a I young daughter of Scotts and was I chased down by the father and killII ed in his tracks Scott Iis not likelyI to be molested as sympathy of the pfewwerlynched SaultAccording thAttorneythe importation of German sausages collart Yourf I I Attention I It t Please II i f fAsa special inducement to new I ftsubscribers andrenewals as well I J5 ttwe are for a short time only makI C ing the following very liberal club I bing offer to those who might wish I avail themselves ofI to it I timerI matter at your fireside than you have I had during the summer months 4These rates are lower than you I 4 can get them to save your life I 1 Base the Courier at 1 1a year I and add the rates for the other pa pers to the Courier price These rates guaranted for 30 days only so take advantage at once of these low 4 rates 1 I f f o- I I t 1 i iThe Weekly Appeal A sOc paper for 25c tof The Weekly Americanfif A SOc paper for 25c p t 1 The Week- lyGlobeDemocratI t A 100 paper for sOc t 1The Monthly Magazine p t HomeII f I t At Half Price elaI tt4I E Our Country Adapted to the home printed at Louisville A 50c paper for 5c Think of itl 9Ff Subscriptionse S or Renewals OnlyP f I N tlmJltttl itonmu t Hut Hlllat Artrr u By BEN TEAL C ncnl fistt Director for rrohmm F I InorToday the inquiry has been changed tot IVho- the actress at the bottom of It This is because the public and many who write for it have not learned to differentiate between the real actress and the woman who has merely appeared behind Ih fnnillnhu Perhaps this aiM carance wns limited one weak one night but her name has keen on n pro Kfarame therefore she must be an actress in public wtinwtion Pdr leaps she never went beyond the rahonml stage being dtsmtacd1 for h incompetencybut name and photograph arc blazoned an 1t Smith an actross The promiscuous or indlstrlulhlate twe of the term actress Is r carried to the oxtont where it somoUmes jwrtakos of the nature of II charity insomuch as it covers a multitude of sIns As a matter IIfad if you study the live of the seriousmind people of the stn especially its women ywi will find that thoy have not the tine to dulge in onehalf the d1asiILionl peculiar to society women lit in mind Iam now drawing no lines It Is not a qHestlon of cast star lending woman or extra lady but of stORc folk In jjeiieral in nuUxIrama legitimate hIgh lait oomoiy or mU ollMctletti This applying the twin actress to every Itarson who vwiUtrcs I tentatively or oxporinieiitaHr on the stage is about II appropriate or hrile4t as it would be to tail a news tottt a Journalist a soled wo er an artist The difference between the spar search far recognition and the h indulgence of mere pleasure along llreaihvay Is as great as beds I delight and despair suocess and failure light and darkness 1 I itajje is no more responsible for the sweats of its benurtos titan I cirty is responsible when a young woman of the 10cctMeal smarts satu I goes astray There are just as many moral wrockis In society a I on the staRe viewing both of course as initiations The trouble I that too much importance is given to women who do not go ON the stage to become actresses but to ute the stage as a cloak to coye the real life they lead the life that started by defying parental a Ialt other discipline the life that will not admit dtteipMne in aMY hape I or form These are the girls who flit from one stage manager to another who never hold a position because they will not work I IThe real actress Iis fortunate if she has time to secure hot two or three meals a day an occasional bath and six to swan hours skeoi IThe rost of the time she is rehearsing studying thinking Without the combination of willingness work and a fair amount of aWflty a human bring should choose sonic other promotion GoMhis on flit stage ar elsewhere is merely lard work and concentration Boilwith a four aitvtmt of talent Corsets waist i101tt olldtslsliallntnrttI k ra pifte1lItt M piece wits of anr WwlI By DR ABBY THAW MAY1IEWritould not ke wont kt- Auiuni TlwreWiMromlnare three princifHra which mtis4 be adfcrretij to if we wish to dress healthfully and comfortably The first pri sbypie is perhaps allinclusive and that is freedom To dross so tkat one hllll perfect freedom of movement that is what we should strive for To dross so that we can stand and walk easily and correctly so that we can use all our lungs and so that we shall not he con5J of our clothes that will mean much in bringing health and vigor toImany women who have made themselves slavs of dress There are four points of the body which we restrict more orii less They are the neck the waist the knees anti the feet To fr es clothMar I more than we dream a fine poise good digestion and a better per 4 bodyThe I need not hel preachedI against but a shoeman made the statement the other day that rite young women wear shoos one or two sixes to small for them T broad toe straight last and low heel are essential if we would have wellformed feet The second clnlhIngonipluhrd1 by wearing the onepiece undergarments and by havli Jie waist and itogetherrbean even distributionI of thickness Unless thicknaroundeefI parts become the relaxedparts and are therefore more subject to disease J SJutft 3tjt tIfe- ifnutr 6ruiir By COV JOSEPH W FOLK or MIourt We wish the city merchant I l PbutC I iprosperi Hcve in the mailorder citizen Ifa plan Iis good enough for a Into live in and to nuiL good Nd h enough merchant place for him can to spend succeed his IhisI I I uuc WilY or another Patronize paperstownupgreateropportunitiesDo not be afraid hehurtthecommercial lionwtby UK light qisr Ilj Sin is sexless Heaven Is a reward Jf The greatettluok is f It require trlnls to tiu 1 raItonasta ber iiAny onward oan in I thing A life measured onlyeyears IIs usually a lair If 4 ofgoaito JMj hew nbout a 11I T An honest vole IIs the nine for the IIIoC UK assMrs Jones sails tier fee bcoaiwe n keeps t knights Men wht pose ii t1 fshould rhlAtrlltghlha arA de ar+enctl mat Ifortb ta the ffnuMMiu owned dollar What some moo tbeti edits tN their Xvo u Ily an InoMenu rkWhen amaibegmr- It is a pretty CHd assn net been wttlkinCl etsur atirlhiaftheas rollw 0act eMIr n is ail old rt art rtlkeby isA agaleiee tr cHit rhtt wtilte throe II rtrkdht LItOll aatirellour Ntw and felt hoc A lwtrgwtllllnll ou1 sNMtrance between the IK her lovtyrandthehroskior etfttN ot fine flgars It makes a man mast r r look of a guts hair to e OM dtsotyct vp flUff her that It II trite her tw Going Into toifcteM hi In a baleon te ouy tout t and with both feet Ofltb pr floor frequently ends WHI t Why is It that the tun Cman run finds a soot or boards In thebasliaU ft softer than the OMMooM t IoItureh Man sows a button on hn r with about the same drRr the manor born as u a woman wlNashe tfK Ash hook An Indiana poet swallow tic ol musoflaee by alirta- ug I l It was a bottle ot 01 oine He IIs now oodgbmr book poems already Krr pasting eebb not you had herder r go to ohuroh The wenthrr such a risked fellow hf cause a little shower to r pure spite Isnt It simply at oh dear TheItThe Publishers Claims Sustained UNITED STATM COURT or cil i ql The IhlhlllMn of NeMbra later MI eklluraryel r StrlIU1KW jtannt1thlrro + ttr 1n1 lulraaouteotauutbertinn r wet are of the opinion that tb t a tine clnulr arid Mcuratrly tlrr J pork that bee lien aeaplllriI o a tliuIUbha4bQtlkI1 qIwtl = UnNil J r ter r rnuN frWminWrrlqsl L rti ttuteuxrttnratloq Ji j6- IlhnlnltI1ll91edl thin ant t = J ILL pieta4tattlleee to M1J Ihlt wheto ibo dictkMlAl In our JuOKiIII w the hlfbrtt uiboiilr In Mvunut r Ibm and that In the ruluraaItWWIIII tWMnutaurtrnulutrcrr r tacaalla a r4TC t anr Arytwn11M AIOTI trrl CtutuJJiK ic Tfc atnM rrJrnfo ITKnSTIli INTERNATIONAL OIOTIONIt11Y THE ORAND PRIZE tbehtthatawnt1wu t ntnhIrI1lr- UmlAl a ut net WurI4e fiJrU i4ula GET THE LATEST AND BEST fJnKelMorepawnl OAOMERRIAM00 iF1 w- truIa4 4 atwr- MlwltrtILD MAtlt h= r iti III i i i GuaranteedShoes tj Every time you buy a pair of shoes with the nUllP SELZon them you get a guarantee ofshoe merit style fit service Its in the name fjj Whatever you pay if the name SELZ is on the shoos you will get and you are entitled to get as much shoe value as the money will buy i fJ You will find it a good deal more than the same money will buy in any other make of shoes thats vhat SELZ on the shoe means r They have spent more than thirty years making it mean that they cant allot to let it mean anything else r When you buy ehoes buy SELZ They are the largest makers of shoes in the world Bradley ParhamHic- kman Ky t Musical History Club Mir Mnetciii Hlftlery 1111 tow of MM iii lid rtorgpfitted tor the iii Ie loUwsg sltloera Miss MOM Dtestle in Maggie Loe Rion i Rubes PUnMH- gii SeftY Treasurer i 4mptdl Limrlaa IMIM was eenciorifld 1 gum was rendered tII Coofl Barncs- r RM Campbell C1Yta me Thou Beunlof- i Rubye Fl mrhlng rth of tulle In the Ruby Scay- arh dub member she next meeting wits theI iKMfoass prelim i ring program was a in Lizzie forum en Anntc 7owgJ11Club Le of the pftstMhymc by onoh club mem itS CAESAR nerve but sickness left tif became aged before nest is often caused iIver Herblne will 1r liver and give you- rt r irrie Austin Hollon i II consider Her medicine I ever heard r without It Sold by t trig Store and Helm tl report of the Illinois rrad for the calendar i June 10 shows gross lr utratfirof 51636400e of operation and taxes j f t 6437500 leaving a I Fo tram traffio above the rAikn and taxes of 51S- arawrre 11 Cutlery Groceries all 4tle prices Shaw Bet crtb n f Holiness Church isi Being Repaired Twesday October second work ef repairing and AnlthlRg the Holtnees Church ef Christ was started by several of the BaitHielcmnH friends lord Sara SalmeH who k see ef the tnMteos of the ehureh is over Metag DM work The Molds of ohs building Is now being rolled wo want to get it repaired and finished as near as possible before cold weather and will appreciate any help offered w on It either in money erwotk Come along and help us friends Cod loves a cheerful giver and all who help Ills muse ahoorfully and wtlllHgly will not be fergtllen by Him who sees every thing we do and awards us accordingly Hthel Felson Route Five Mr Ben Roberts was In this vi cinity Sunday Mr and Mrs Waller Caldwell are the proud parentsof a baby boy Miss Maudie Jones spent Sun day with Misses Mnud and Pearl Os burnMr and Mrs Tom Bradford were the guests of Walter Cnldwcll Sun day afternoon Miss Pearl Kirk returned home Wednesday after spending two weeks with friends In Martin Mrs Adle McCain and family spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Nick Morris of Krcemont Mrs Lucy Howard went to see her sister Mrs Dllla Howard Sun day night who is sick with the fever Miss Lula Lee has dismissed her school at Crescent school house un til the first of Nov on the account of cotton picking There is a great deal of sickness here this week Those on the sick list this week arc Mrs Colen Wilson Amy Lee Escuc Tom Osburn Get the habit subscribe for the Courier rte Low Rates on the M 0 To ST Lows Mo Account Meeting Amertoan Bank en Association On October 14th and 15th MeWle Ohio R R Agent will sell tickets to ltd Louis at rate of one fare pies ISc for the round trips final limit October 10th with privilege ef exteMelon ta Oct 30th Ask M 0 R R Agent for particulars To TRBNTOX TBKH On Oct 9th 113 M O A0ants Cairo te Corinth inclusive will sellI tickets to Trenton at tale of one and onethird fare for the round trip Final limit October 14th Callow Agents for particulars TO NSW ORLKAXt Account Knights of Pythias meet ing Oat 15lh25th M 0 R R Agents will sell tickets to New Orleans and return on Oct 12 13 14 and 15 at rate of one fare plus 2Sc for the round trip Return limit Oct 30 with privilege of extension to November 30 Stopovers allowed at stations Cairo and south Ask M 0 Agents for particular To MHMPIUI THMM On Oat 15th to J8th inclusive M O Agents will sell tickets to Memphis Tonn at rate of one fare plus 25o for the round trip Return limit Oct 3Jst with privilege ofI extension to November 30th Ask your home agent for particulars At Salt Lake City the President of the Mormon Church Joseph F Smith was arrested and bound ove to the District Court on the charg- of living unlawfully with five wives The complaint was sworn to by Mormon Deputy Sheriff the warrant was served by order of a Mormon Sheriff and the committing Mngls trate is also a Mormon A Methodist minister has resigned his pastorate In a New York state town to become a traveling salesI man for a paper bag manufacturing He believes he cancompany earn more money on the road thnnI in the pulpit to MHl ++n+ I I s I + THE A Sof E COLUMN MM ++++++++ IIIII I + M ++I + trJMbthsH SAUnDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet as follows Hlckman 1st and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and Montgome2ndm1 r Cay f 1st and 3d Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meats 1st and 4l Wednesday at 3 p m Every one is cordially invited to attend these meetings Last week 1 attempted to show our readers what the Farmers Union was lamp in Paragould Ark an sent Nome clippings from the Para gould Democrat The editor of lh union column said that farmers whoI did not belong to the union were pelting very source in that Joounty that they were not dying out but they were joining the union The editors of the Courier are all good friends to the union but they all have a very high opinion of Fulton County and Its people They do not think the farmers of Fulton are a whit bhiwl the farmers of any other county so they made the clipping read that the farmers of Fulton cinty who do not belong to the union are very scarce Now I have a very high opinion of the farmers of Fulton county myself But as they did not succeed as well1 in the grange and in the wheel as they expected they are naturally a little autlous and are not rushing in to the union as fast as some of us could wish Still we feel confident that much good is being done In this county The people of the eastern end of Fulton County raise tobacco and I hod tome farmers in the oast em end of i he county have Joined the Tubacvo rowers Union Many of the farmers along the river raise cotton and some of our people have joined the Cotton Grow ers Division ef the Farmers Union These are the people who claimed a few weeks ago when my clippings were printed had 50000 member in Arkansas alone and many more in Georgia Florida Alabama liUssis sippl Louisiana Texas and Oklaho ma They now claim 70000 ir Arkansas and one county in that state has every permanent farmer in the union except seven This looks like they are all getting into the union Now the farmers in title part of Fulton County etc grain ami stock growers and belong to the grain growers dlvirien Out we areI all working for the same purpose vist to control farm products There is no war among us so far as I know true there was a little frig lion between the Burly tobacco growers and the growers ef dark to tMCCOt but I think it has all been adjusted 1 shall give you some mere clip pings thtweek to show that the farmers arc rapidly being aroused all over the country Let us fall in list too Did you fill that blank on page 14 of the tat of Sept It will cost you only two cents to fill and send to National Headquarters but it may be worth thousands of dollars to the Society If you forgot it hunt it up and flit It at once Chicago Oct 1A continuance of small receipts in the northwest mused strength today In the local whom market Memphis Com mercial Appeal With one of the largest crops ever threshed in the country wheat mer chants are surprised to find the visible supply actually decreasing Hasnt the two blades of grassI artoeI have a new deal and root for twoI onei1before Who arc the logical senants Those who produce the stuff those who consume it or those who stand between tliese two classes It is time to cut out some of the loll gates between the orcrhirdis- and the consumer of trait The farmers organized will be iin the strongest position industrially ot any class Any person can do without a suit of clothes a while longer the old machine maybe made to last another year the note maybe paid off and Interest dropped by foregoing some cherished trip or the procuring of some desired object the hand need not be hired if you work a little harder or a little longer But when it comes to what must b procured from the farmers we must have food every day We cannot put the farmer off with the excuse I can do without rood It is worthy of remark how the farm papers echo the notes of the fie nancial press and see great prosper regardd prices they sell aevci e been raising crops many many years and they were all consumed Then how does it come that some farm papers advise quick sales or may not be able to sell at all or why do some farmers get soard and dump their wheat al less than its worth The dear public would eat as much bread if wheat were held for100 Dont go to sleep on your op portunities Sail while the breeze blows wind and tide wait for no man Take onehalf day off each week und use It for your society until it 1is established Socialism Is unattainable idealism Equity in business is attainable and no business will be disturbed Hasten the age ot Equity in business through the A S of E Try to imagine the possibilities that open up Possibilities of con vening a nation of farmers and in eide tally ef other classes also to the grandest industrial and economic movement the world ever knew Can any person who understands the objects of the American Society of Equity remain quiet and inactive I at a time like this in view of the grand possibilities The A S of E iIs not in politics It Isag educational and buisne organization but the political partiesI and candidates for office are asking what they can do for the organized farmers What a difference al ready I I StateThe report of the Treasurer for the month ending September 30 shows that the balance now on hldjj amounts to 68708152 and ad ditional sums have been added in byI Sheriffs since that lmett Last Cull for State and Count ty Taxes I Your State and County taxes for 1 the year 1906 are long past due the 6 per cent penalty goes on all alike after October 31st and If you wllntI to save the cost of levy and sale of your property you can do so by meeting myself or deputy Goalder Johnson at my office In HIckman over Holcombes Drug Store Yours Respectlfully Jas T Seat Sheriff Fulton Co LEST WE forget Baby Is restless cant slee I at night wont eat cries spasmodi orally A bottle of Whites Crea Vermifuge never fails to cure Every mother should give her baby Whites Cream Vermifuge So many timesII when the baby Is pale and CreHulii the mother does not know what to do A bottle of this medicine would bring color to his cheeks and laugh ter to his eyes Give it a trial An Additional Appropriation E F Blakembre Inspector o r Levees and an old Hlckman boy was in town this week At present he Is overseeing some construction work near Medley Mo Mr Blakemore informs us that Iiin addition to the 170000 appropria lion made by the government for levee construction in Mississippii county Mo opposite Hlckman the farmers of that county also sub scribed 70000 for the same purpose Part of this work will be patl of it will not be done until 1907 This levee will have a seventy foot base and will be a good one in every sense of the word M n n Smith Ambergs Opening of New Fall Goods Smith Amberg held their an rust tall opening last Thursday and it is needless to say it was an un qualified success in every way Al though the millinery department was butenatural every line came in for its share of attention Entering the store after admiring the display in the show windows one was impressed by the attractive appearance First was the display of laces and trimmings there sic shown all the novelties in laces and trimming of all kinds as well as neckwear bells bags and other items and then there was a very striking display of coats for ladies and misses rid cloaks for children also furs and skirts The line in eludes a large number of the new plaid effects in ladies costa all made in the latest modes A little further down were the silks and dress goods where many novelties are being shown Among these are the new colorings in broadcloths wool drew goods and silks The floor covering department upstairs is showing new tall designs in druggets carpets mattings and toga of all sizes In tne millinery department witch was thronged all day are shown hats of every kind including many novelties not to be found elsewhere The pattern hats were in large num bers and included espies of the new est Paris and New York models In tailored and readytowear hats many novel combinations of colors and materials are being shown this season Included in the display were many af the celebrated Cage Hats The children were not forgotten for many novelties in dress and street hats were shown Al though the store was overflowing with new goods the visitors voU ed the opening the most successful ever held by the firm Late News Pickups Henry R Prewitt stole com tolea gram to President Peabody of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York notifying him to appear at Frankfort and give an account of his action in discharging Col Biscoe Hindman as general agent of the Mutual for Tennessee and Kentucky John Sharp Williams is the favorite among the Democratic commlllees of the country as a stump speaker and it is said that the demand upon his time is greater than the demand for William Jen nings Bryan Congressman Will- Iams probably will speak but once in Kentucky during the campaign Three distinct tornadoes swept Louisiana in the vicinity of New Orleans Friday killing six persons Injuring scores and destroying prop erty to the value of a million dollars The tornado whloh passed over New Orleans was seen by hundreds and manywere able to run out of Its pathThe National Democratic Committee has issued a statement of Dopwhich includes a long list of bills pubm lic but killed by the House of Senate It also includes a list of some of the unpopular legislation that was successful It is estimated that there have been granted this year by the various technical schools in the United States over 4000 baccalaureate degrees in engineering courses Over 20000 students In engineering are now ant nosily enrolled in something like 125 technical schools One of the oddest occupations in New York City is that of Charles Hoppe who makes a good living by supplying for a small sum per week to a large circle of patrons a type writtensheet containing the newest funny stories and squibs of the day Fora larger consideration he fur nishes readytouse lectures slier dinner speeches and even sermons r Allan Parker defaulting cashier of a national bank at Tullahoma Tenn was sentenced to five years in prison in Ihe Federal Court at Nashville this week t 6 g L = EXPOSITION AND SALEt OF 1 Pall Modes and Fabrics TECCT 12th 13th and 15th of our Fall and Winter season With our big stockof new styles compldp and ready for inspection our display will be one of the BEST and CHEAPEST ever In our clothing department nut for years have mens stylesespecially those in demand by the younger generation been so attractive in the lines whuh produce style as in this seasons modes The forward type of sack coats are form fitting with ample room largo lapelsI and flared skirts fl In our Dress Goods Department we have the very latest things fl Attend this Exposition it ill give you a correct idea of the prevailing fashions The prices will be special features of our opening clispln CLOTHES FOR MEN Kub Nathan fl fisher Co Clothing Every garment absolutely guaranteed to be all wool and the tailoring the best Sincerity Clothes the best None better Mens Suits Single or Double Breasted 15 to 25 Mens Overcoats 500 to 1750 BELL SYSTEM CLOTHES Mens All Wool Suits 750 to 1250 Mens Overcoats 500 to i250 CLOTHES FOR BOYS Boys Suits With Long Pants 250 to 1250 Boys Suits With Knee Pants i 100 to 650 Boys Overcoats ranging in Price from 200 to 1000 Best Calico per yard 4 and 5C MENS and BOYS SHOES Stacy Adams Co Shoes 500 to 600 The Bale Shoe 300 350 to 400Cheaper lins prices from 125 to 250 Our Shoe Department gives a wide selection of styles in all sizes and widths and in the best known popular leathers In dress shoes we have the Gun Metal Velour Calf Viet Kid Patent Leathers of all kinds and soft Dongaloc For hard usage we have the best substantial leather LADIES SHOES Our line is complete We carry an immense line of ladies uptodate shoes Prices froml00to 400 MENS SOFT and STIFF HATS OU hat department is deservedly popular for the reason that we handle top pieces made by the most reputable manufacturersStiff 250 to 300 Soft hats all shapes A very comprehensive assortment of golf auto yacht and childrens caps as well as other standard shapes WOOL SHAWLS Great display of wool shawls big stock comes in white white and pink red black blue and a good many mixed fancy colors Prices from 25c to 300Childrens silk caps prices 25 35 50 and 75c Back Combs lOc ISc 20c 25c 50c and S150 Ladles golf gloves 15253550 and 75c Ladies long blackand white kid gloves S275 Ladies Bags good values this is special i black only large price75cWepricesfrom American Beauty Corsets AIIISKAM KAUTY STYLS IM biutui Cmtt C Sets Nln American Beauty Corsets Absolutely guaranteed ruit proof Prices 125 to 200 l STENDISON corseLl SQ- F B corsets 1 125 Cheaper lines with suppor ters as good as any 1 corset opening sale price SOc Still cheaper lines 25cI Bed Comforts and blankets We stock them Cotton Blankets per pair49c to 2 Wool Blankets per palrSl50 to 750 Bed Comforts 75c to 3 AUCMftJMKAUTYMH H1- r stur cust Ca hi Mns have a big of Stocks too great to itemize Canton Flannel Outing Flannel Bleach and Brown Domestic Cotton Checks Shirt ings Ribbons ladies and childrens Caps DRESS GOODS 36Inch all wool gray and white Plaids w r Price r jOc- 4Sln gray and white Plaids beautiful patterns O OGcpenmr19lnch Plaid Silk This mOlIto the gray an Worth85c 58c 27inch PlaId Sflk alt tiers worth 13 Opening price 100 We have the gioatott oilleotton of fine dress go abon In town Light and dark red blue and bU cloth Good values worth 125 Opening Sale 100 to 115 WaUting Goods 10 15 20 and 25c n lard Also Calico Domestic Percale Gingham rt pleasing prices =LADIES COATS and FURS We have decidedly the biggest and best stock irJI Ladles coats in black gray tai brown and dark r J very latest styles Prices fromr 375 to 2000 The very best furs ever on display In nny h 1 have them on display for your inspection We will decide whether they arc the bed values for the mono Prices fromU 75c to 3000 LADIES SKIRTS and PETTICOATS loggPetticoatsI Mens Corduroy and Wonted pants worth from 175 to 250 opening sale price 98c 7We invite your inspection and participation This will be a beautiful display of merchandise ever shown here The best of goods and lowest of prices NAIFEH BROS DRY GOODS CO Hickman Kentucky c r i w rr Ii It e GoDf1s rSs Dlrooorg NCStLRRtl I IINM AlltlVK 4 Arrive lift p m lrnrwt 4sf0ain 1 tdrw th9ftlt m- INK DHIAIIT- IHxtrUi 1NtII turn IQ 4111M IiMmriH 10 1 IIB p lit IK IIt JOHNSON Ag- LIeei Line Boat til ATMtWtlAII ill r IIUUIH I r Tit wlajr Ip m rf MiHnlay 0 It Hi- tII I srtutAlfflOar iu 1111111111 r MHMHifcy d Iti ice i r Wrur81NJ J MKUIIltti v s 111 nUUHIt8 Age t sty Officer I Sr T IlIIyal nd1Iw n JeII IAwM CI I tL OftduUir tl- W K tlgteeds M MHlllT Mtirkl In FrAttrnnl Societies f M +1a reseed rn4 1- III sttOb M 11 Tri 8wr- r11 + aodttiinl hNssk A 8 ItIii ha4lter g iu stvwy ttjrlt11i IINtvM 0 0 u err r iI iMwtwx U QN s Courts ird Mattiy In 4nn wt 1 alestt jp iiis- c I J Ilet4Ri Mer- n4 Monday I- ntPl and OMIHH ws at llmusau County Officers W A Atsyler A r N Slfdnl 8 T Umwr fair llSktCI n Jnttsrsa- m111OAyhln k 1JtJtRt SIKh Religious Services M lUtr N IL C trays wwy tluiMUjr III L Hi MHHdnr iliNol ererr r It Irayrl nsrrnng rat 11 rI H Itv It OJBIIII rtKmflrnrir Buiuln II+ p in Sunday mlioul wfl n in Iruynr nseeb lay elrhi + r IHAlHt Rey H O Mo rrteiM ryas Iriiln u U ncfwel eyes Hugs iiINSmYrnmtax CiiUHCii 11 8errlwtltcvrt ld Stsssdayr+ ry IHHday wbtsulrk 110 Ib us I nrH Ito 0 L Price i iHy Suitiluy usollt RUllIId4MIneMlnyps ItI 111 IIUHOHOKUHW8T liiniM liwtorO T Hal A HuudeytsehatdV tr1IrnlNp m I oplvMlnoliriHUV sclwalJtJ MonoM1 I I Snurunmuttthuallun I y j followIll M of tau MIlo HltlMMl I IOIa Ii 9tiI payer OsfO III I Ir gtywv IU ulllIltunUyI 11011IItllUmh IN r fru 6 aU A in mi 7 Ip m IIulIlIoninllIp MM 1IIII1t1 Soon nrnnt NUll errricttIItrturoIh nl nlliolio iltictriita unitt a nl Is KrllLt4IIareq tIIthr ItQ UIllWIturI t Local Motes Register Have you registered Subscribe for the Courier Oct old pipers at this office Souvenir Post Canls at Berendes Ok to the skating rink Tuesday nightThe new coal yard wants your order t f H T Stunt was In Hickman last week Berendes has new Souvenir rink Got one Ihaw BelUrswfrfh sell fresh groceries K Mle Clati TShiwat has rotariwl fret IWtoa Its sure to reglMer If you ilonl you oniit vote Mr Robert Densel lo alt filltfJl tile MMhrilte fair I II T1tae 0f JJgtan Oily wIn Iorrls iNk wart Hoop sweat by sating some of the fMgos ot the K K Mrs John Cotton ins keen visiting at rota1tvCf Set I5rltom If you west the liCIt those Is get your mOl at the K K Mrs G It Bmmfon of Pulton witee to RtckiMUi alt week MIN Laura Hewn W oAleftttig the Rate Htir at Maetwflt- eDont taM to toy your coal frost the ftdepeMiont Ural Co tea D F Key ef MayJoM wt In tewr ON bHitftoM ibis weok Mrs Maijr Moore ts ttt fittest of Mrs W C Croft Ie MienI B C Walker of FtaltoR had tNMlftoM la Iftokamu this week lr Ire sad Oal Telephone No 41 Htakman Ie II Coul Ce- oHBT Ice ami Goal Telphea NeII 41 Jilki team Inc It Cool Co Mr W A Mwtiffls and wife are vtoMeg Mrs Ceo Howler at ftlton Yea mist a treat If you fall to buy groceries frem Shaw BetUrsworth C F Itrlaklin has purchased the Van Payne BlUtard and Pool Room Mrs Rtejianl Smith and 1M1U Smith are visiting In Rlpley TOM J H Coble a bushiest man of Union City wns In town on tartness MOIMInyaBest goods Mst service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw II Bet tersworth Mrs Watson and Mrs Carrigan to of Watsons Landing were here this week s The Qmlte Quito make regwktr trips between Cairo Illikman and Caruthcrsvflle Bornlo Mr and Mrs E D Johnson on Troy Avenue Monday October 8 a girlIArthur M Shaw wife and IOnI Arthur Jr are spending the week at I the Nashville Fir Mr Woodard who formerly lived in the vicinity of Hlakman wns on the streets this week Your friends the Independent Coal Co will soil you coal it right I II prices and deliver it too t f D E Wilson of Paducah formerly I in business in Hlokman was 1in town a day or two this weokII Miss Mary Powell left Monday i for Blodgett Mo where she willl visit her sister Mrs Harry Stubbs Miss Hattie Carpenter who hasI been visiting her slater Mrs F M Usher in Fulton has returned home Mr S M Vreeland formerly citizen of Hickman has been mixingt Iwith friends on the streets for the past week We arc in the coal business 1to stay We want to sell you coal and will treat you right Telephone us your order to 153 t f Revival meetings are again tIn progress at the Methodist church In Hickman All arc cordially In JyiUdlo attoad these services PRICE HOUSE i Mrs I D Price Prop Rate 100 Per Day Accommodations firstclass Con veniently located for the travel lug putjllc Special rates by the week Your patronage solicited Hickman Kentucky I Ite Frost How would you like to be the tae man Try the new horehound at the Jot Recdvod an 1lttit lUlikman newt loiter t ti Into her publtonlte- H1r lee 0ml trail TeAonel No 41 Hhkman Ice tJ Coal Jo- fomt rook orlop jutey fret this kook tatenporoed wilh a little too TIft Lee Line will retvmed their QMo River traffic to Onoinnati Oat inn Jar Ifcdiii misted off the modal tilt gMt shoot Wednesday after HMn Mfoxltag twwlylwo birds Mar Mist Wtsuwr of Brighton AH II visiting In Hickman and vfcMly W1 Menskroon crate into Htak man Mea ay from How Moxtot whcro he has been for taros time We tent that Mr J H Hawktas Troy Avtmie it suffering seals soMtnlnf similar to Wfted pots en He k nn bettor at this writing Mn Jackson retained home to Ddfnten Ark Saturday attar a tyro weeks stay with per mother Mri Carftt Rivers aetompalncd hats home sad will go from there to Chicago Mill Heiiraan who laRd otarge the BWson Mercantile Co dross department tact season liar charge of the dre smartn depart ment at Smith It AitAergs this season She took charge yesterday Dr Joe Murtday lectured to our people this week Ills lectures are both Instructive and entertaining The Doctor troves beyond a demur that he is a born orator and posesees tile rare ability of mixing to a plea sand degree the crave and the gay The recent rains have loft the streets in an awful shape They out tip In such a shape that it wfll cost the clap a great deal to put them in repair again We learn that the clip IIs making arrangements put them in good condition before the bad weather begins Mr T W Drewry and Miss Orns McClellan both of this county were united In marriage at Union City one day last week The ropers came to us last week but only In the form of a rumor salt could not be verified Both the contracting parties arc well known In Htikmnn we wish them a happy married tUe Assignees Notice As assignee of Wilson Mercantile Co it is my duty to collect all 11 counts as rapidly as possible I re gret to trouble any one but must in1 sist upon immediate payment After 10 days the creditors will force me to bring wit on all unpaid accounts Kindly favor me and also yourself In saving oat by coming to thei store and settling the account against you Yours truly B T Davis Assignor TIlE Dressmaking Department AT SMITH do AMBERGS will open today Thursday under the direction of MiD Heitmann I I Proceedings of the October term of Fiscal Court A regular term of the Fulton coun ty Fiscal court was on October 2nd begun and held for the county of Fulton at the court house in the City of Hickman present and presiding the Hon W A Naylor judge The following magistrates were present R A IJrowder J W Williams and C W Whipple and constituting a quorum the following DUllness was had This day came J W Morris this Courts Commissioner appointed to make settlement with J T Seat the sheriff of Fulton county and present ed his settlement which was accept eta and ordered to be med with the county court clerk and to lay over 60 days for exceptions Ordered that J T Seat sheriff of Fulton county be exhonerated with S675 worth ef property at J5c on the 100 worth on the part on the as sessment of Mrs M E Row and that this exboneralton be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts for oxfeoMratlofl on the part of the State Ordered that Mrs M E Burt hcU be nllo rod Soc refunded tax Ordered that Mrs L D Oakley- be allowed 70o refunded tax Ordered that J P Davis be and he k hereby released from paying pet tax for year 1906 Ordered that the following claims be allowed payable out of the County Levy ef 1OGs R M Chowntng Assignee 140 Some Same 6500 SaMe Same 209 Sums Same 343 Htekman BmiV Assignee 2200 JOOSMOU a Sohlenken It 47416 SetaeI 24321 W L Bnum S t5 Co oen veying prieoHor 925 J W Morris snaking shot ISe settlement 2000S- fcaoWettyiSbemns Hdwe Co tiling 1435 Dillon Brewder Bros pauper supplies 3000 John Newverry work on read 7295- F M Key post for road 2870 W P Felts wire and nails 220 P II Smith straw for road 300 R A Browder assignee 5961- J M Wiley work en Lynch Slough Road 1907 Dr J K Morris pauper medloal services 3100 C A Heloembc drugs and supplies 1740 Ceo Wiseman oaring for brhlge 2500 Ellison Mere Co supplies 1655 CowGill eon pauper drugs and supplies 1685 Htokman Furniture Co pau per and Jail supplies 6075 Hickraan Lbr Plan Mill Jail supplies SOSS A 0 Caruthers oloeirio light globes 1100 Wm Stoker work on Courthouse 100 Smith Amberg pauper and Jail supplies 1360 A M DeBow pauper supls 150 Dr Overby pauper medical services 300 R B Brcvard work on jail 135 M Berendes Co hooks 380 W M Bright mensal ftp vices for jell 750 S K Davidson pauper med heal services 1 50- Baltser Dodds pauper sup pUs 1438- Hickman I Hardware Co sup plies 2379 H II Green Assignee 275 A F Oliver Pauper accl 1400 Mrs M E Burohett oaring for paupers 3000 A W Gorum hauling turn ber and repairing bridge 3SSQ T T Swaync pauper drug account 870 Roper Bomlumnt Bros lumber 6594 W H Roper for repairing bridge 92 Farmers Merchants Bank assignee 13795 W F Montgomery supplies poor house 3200 J F Fall trustee Rachel Mann 800 Same insurance on Ceurt House 7500 BradleyGilbert Co for sup pUesJ96S a O 1I Yo ir rr Ed Case pauper supplies 250 A C Holmes surveyors tees 2175 W 0 Robinson building f levee 5500 Dr H E Prather pauper medical services 5000 S W Paris services election commissioner 300 W C Johnson same 300 JT Seat same 300 C A Perry clerk election board 300 Same oaring for clock 500 Inttlana Road Moh Co re pairs for grader 800 WT Wllmutli lumber for road 250 D II Toomba work on road 1000 D F Morgan work on Mud Creek levee 200 i Jas C Newton supplies for road 634 Same nails 50 Jas While pauper supplies 125 t R A Browder bridge come 1800 J W Williams same 4500 G W Whipple same 2200 J A NoononVllors fees 50465 e Dora M Smith salary as Co Iis Supt 34422 T N Smith salary as Co Atty 6 months 35000 S T Roper clerk fees 8100 T E Perrigen caring for pauper 2000 C B Johnson assignee 2575JJ J T Seat sheriffs fees 7350 The following claim is allowed W I C Robinson to be paid when work is completed and received by R AIBrowdor towit 18082 55 dollars of which the olerk is ordered to draw a warrant on the sheriff atCJ once and the balance to be paid on acceptance of work by R A Brow derOrdered that J M Gifford be and is hereby allowed the sum of 3950 for building a levee on Henry road f and the olerk is hereby ordered to issue a warrant on Sheriff for above amount when work is completed and I ordered to be paid by Esq G W WhippleOrdered that W A Naylor be al I lowed200 as salary County Judge 3rd quarter J W Benton caring for pauper idiot 6 months 2500 Mrs Sarah Cottrell oaringIfor pauper idiot 6 months 2500 I Sam Trout refund poll tax 100I Sam Bowman same 100 Jas Ammons same 100I J H Blair trustee Ella Wills a pauper 3000 Ordered that J T Seat sheriff of Fulton county be and is hereby ex honerated with S15CO worth of per sonal property at 3Sc on the 100 t on the assessment of W W Web Met on the part of the county and that this erder be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts for ex honeration on the part of the state Ordered that J T Seat I Sheriff of Fulton county be and he Is hereb exhonerated with 300 worth of property at 35c per S100 on the as sessment of Dick Isler on the part of the county and that this order be certified to the Auditor of Publi Accounts for exhoneration on th part of the State Onlered that Court be adjourned until October 321 1906 at 9 oclock a m Court met pursuant to an order of adjournment of yesterday present and presiding the lion W A Nay lorJudgeThe magistrates were present and answering to roll call R A Browder J W Williams and G W Whipple and constituting a quorum the following business was had Ordered that the City of Hickman be allowed the sum of S50 to pay for a watering trough at the Cou House and the said City is to keepI said trough in repair Ordered that J T Scat Sheriff o Fulton county be and he is here by exonerated with 520 worth of property at 35c per 100 on the part of the County on the assessment of Wm Stoker and that this order be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts for exhoneration on the part of the State Ordered that G L Carpenter City Marshall of Hickman Ky band e is hereby alkftred the sum of SI5 for the purpose of building a dog Y I u1IIit fA kennel to care for the blood hounds I owned by him said blood hounds to betaken to flay part of the county free except the expenses of said hounds and keeper which are to be paid from Hickman to the place where said hounds are needed and return by the party making application for said hounds Cotton Adams repairs on tank and jail 935 G L Carpenter burying five paupers 1500 Steve Stahr livery hire 1200 The county Attorney is hereby di reeled to take a deed from E C- Reeds for land purchased by the 5 county from said Reed and when said deed is accepted by the County Attorney of Fulton County the clerk is hereby directed to issue an order to the said Reed for the sum of S125 Ordered that the county attorney take a deed from F C Carr to Fulton county for a strip of ground from the creek to the N W corner of said Carrs land same being 8 feet wide and when said deed is accept d by the County Attorney the clerk hereby directed to issue a warrant on the sheriff of Fulton county for tSO in payment of the same Robt Donnell work on Men gel lane 7500 F C Carr moving drift 200 Hickman Lbr and Plan Mill Lumber 30723 Hickman Ice Coal Co for lights for court house and jail 9760 City of Hickman one half ot pox claim 14097 S L Dodd refunded tax 7478 Ordered that J T Seat Sheriff Fulton county be and he is hereby exhonerated with 7000 at 35c per 100 on the partS of the county on the assessment of J M Fry and that this order be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts for exhoneratioa on the part of the stateOrdered that Mrs V Beole be al lowed SI refunded poll tax J B Varden bridge lumber 6000 Naylor Campbell assignee fees 2100 Naylor Mercantile Co sup plies for bridges 6937 Ordered that Hon W A Naylor and Esq G W Whipple be appoint ed this Courts Commissioners to in quire into and purchase if they deem it necessary iron Cots to be to b placed in the jail of Fulton 1 countyand report to this Court at its next meeting Ordered that Hon W A Naylor and lIon T N Smith be and they are hereby authorized to enter into a contract with W T Young for the erection of an iron bridge on the A Palestine road near Palestine church at the cost of 1060 said bridge to be built according to the plans and specifications filed with this court Ordered that Hon W A Naylor and Esq G W Whipple be instruct PooryFarm repaired made oomfiflr bls and that they purchase a stove for the use of said house On motion made and seconded it NaylorcAltornryehave the sheriff of Fulton county re port amount of lax collected by him according to law G B Johnson assignee 625 L P Baltse medical services 600 Johnson Sflhlenker assignee 1650 M BerendM Co books for paupers 53 Mengel Box Co wood for 100paupers Ordered that the following Mag istrates be allowed the usual fees for services this court R A Browder 2 days 600 J W Williams Same 600 rtC W Whipple Same 600 S T Roperclerk Same 600 The minutes and proceedings of opettcourt the same arc approved and or dered to be signed by the presiding Judge hereof and it is ordered that Court be now adjournedW JF C F C Mrs J M Burgoyne of New York City has been the guest of her cousins Mesdames C C Smith and Alice Amberg She returned home Sunday 4 i A BenfonfContracting h and Hauling I Anything IAnyYhcloAll timea iuITelephone 50 STKVK STA1IRLIvERy FEEl art1 SUE STABLE Splendid senor at reasonable prices Fiiine No 104 re HEARSE 500 wart EXPERT TINNER I have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel aa Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicits your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of alll kindsALL WORK FIRST CLASS Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R B BREVARD HICKMAH KENTUCKY Say Mr Man aint you hungry Ifso callat George Ed monds lunch coun ter and let him cook you a firstclass lunch ofany kind Cash Book Store tipleuliil Selection NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c Call and see our atuok Everything up tit late- MARY KRIIRNIIRR To Ledforn Ranthol ft I- JulOcett8Ss Hardware flesh Meats t1i 5J Feed Storee e act i CHASE a SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Good Camera for Sale I have a first class magazine cam era Cyclone No 5 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- peri 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 camer- of smaller size and is much more convenient A bargain if you want a camera TYLER BEALE Courier Office l I I I I I + +++I 11 HOME CIRCLE COLUMN 4tii I iI IHI4I P 1 Tf+ +4 tt I I 1ft If there is one thing above another a young man should be ashamed of doing U Is loafing without aim or purpose or profit on the streets orla In stores day after day all week If you have nothing to do stay att homea part of the time at any rate No young man with any sell respect will content himself with aspiring to no higher reputation thanI that of a chronic loafer and store box magnate Nothing will so bluntl the higher faculties of the mind as inactivity 5 and no inactivity is so baneful and malevolent In its eHectIl as that voluntary Idleness termedI loafing It Is so easy to orltioise ones I neighbor who has gone wrong iinI morals or made a failure In business and so hard ta give credit for the a effect of the influences impelling him I to dlentr over which he has np it control that our criticism of ethers Is often very uncharitable Men often say how good they would have boon or what they would have been or what they would have accomplish ed hnd they been in the other mans plane They do not stop to askwhy the follow that was in the other i shoes did not succeed If they did bey would often find the man who went wrong or who failed was en titled to great credit for standingp so bravely under forces and burdens that might easily have overthrown this accusers Sometimes the man who falls is a greater hero than a another who wins A rose for the living and not for the dead alone A rise now and 11 do not keep all oaskels of love and tenderness sealed up until our friends are dead and prepared for the quiet grave Better far better to fill their lives with flowers llave and joys Kind words can never die speak kindly speak approvingly cheerfully before the ear is dumb to all earthly sounds while yet their hearts can be thrilled and echo the music of kindness The kind and approving things sealed up in the heart to be said after they are dead say before say while they are living and need the sympathy and love hUt man kindness alone can give The roses the flowers intended for their hearts to beautify and cheer while yet the sweet echo may come back to you clothed in hallowed perfume thank youIWe have often wondered why it isC considered Toms duty to wait on Mary and why Mary is expected to 1toupIIit his coat and hunt his hat Both children consider themselves martyrs Would it not oe much pleasanter for each to do his or her own work It would have the effect in afterII years of making Tom a more orderly man and a better husbandshould- he become oneand of making Marv a stronger woman We have often wondered why mothers memory and hands must serve for a dozen persons Would it not be better for all concerned if mothers kindness contained more selfassertion and less of seICD sacrifice Would not at times papa feel less disturbed nav wrath fully if he were careful to keep hisa own papers in order and perform qhasbut exports of some one else Would it not be better for sister to teach babywho is old enoughtoQ button his own shoes than to do it for him each morning as a duty f Most children learn how to read very few what to read Parents send the little ones to school and there they learn to get the thoughts of others from the printed page but the parents too often forget that this new acquisition may be used for either good or 3vil very few realize how a childs life may be blighted j hadabetter never learn at all than to read that which corrupts the morals and destroys the powers of the mind Inseme of the best schools the pupils are taught what to read as well II how to rood Where this Iis done the intelligent cooperation of the parents is of the greatest importance Where this is not done the parents must either attend to the matter themselves or leave their childrenI be Ird by fancy and impulse iin their choice of reading matter Many a passionate child rules the household The little baby on Iial mothers knee goes into a passionI I because its dinner is witheld from him or some toy denied him He shticks and strikes his mother and the mother says Poor little boy he has such n passionate nature he cant be crossed and yields to him She ought to spank him spank him hndCor being in a passion and give him nothing till his passion had cooled The child though he is so young that he cannot speak if he ii- is old enough to lift his fist and strike blow deserves punishment needs to have a lesson of repression taught The mother who neglects this Increases the chances of her sons going to the gallows When the child is older there arc better dis ciplinary punishments than spanking but when the child reaches such an age that they are useful it may be too late his temper may have grown into a dominating force in his charac ter that cannot be cradlcated Moth ers sometimes say when L child shows a vile temper and shrieks a good deal that it would endanger his life to punish him j perhaps so you still more endanger his fu ture if you dont punish him Many gallows tragedy has had its be inning on the mother s lap We wish we could write it in imperishable glowing letters on the walls of every tome obedience obedience obe dience I Obedience to leato household law to parental authority unquestioning instant exact obe dience Obedience in the family obedience in the schoolI Wherever from the beginning from the first glimmering intelligence in the child there is expression of law let there be taught respect for It and uboJtu to it It is the royal road to virtue to good citizenship it is the only road A MOST WORTHY ARTICLE When an article has been on the market for years and gains friends every year it it sate to call this medicine a worthy one Such is Ballards Horehound Syrup It positively cures coughs and all diseases One of the best known merchants in Mobile Ala says For five years my family has not peen troubled with the winter coughs we owe this to Horehoune Syrup I know has saved my children from many sick spells Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm Ellison Meeting of County Union A Sof E There will be a meeting of Fulton county Union A S of E held at the Court House Hickman Ky Saturday Oct 20 at 9 a m A full attendancr of all delegates is respectfully requested and as many others as can make it convenient to be present This will be one of the important meetings that the Society has held so far in the county Our membership is increasing unusual interest is being meal tested In the organization These meetings are not only ex in their character but are also educational and as the plans of the Society develop and the power the farmer to control the prices of the products under his control becomes more apparent the more in tease becomes the interest manifested These educational features of the Society should not be overlooked- In knowledge is centered all powe and every means devised for dis geminating this knowledge should betaken advantage of and carefully considered to this end then we invite farmers and their friends to join with us to make this an enthusiastic meeting Dont forget the date and the hour Saturday Oct 20 9 a m S L DODDS W M StrAw President Secretary u Annual Stockholders Meet j ing atChicago October 17 Public notice is hereby given that I theIRailroad Company will be held at the Company office 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 h ldcr of one or more shares of the capital stock of the I C Railroad Company as regis lend on the books of the company at the close of business on Monday September 24 1906 who is of full ageI ticket enabling him or her to travel free over the companys lines from the station on the Illinois Cell tral railroad nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return such ticket to be good for the journey to Chtono only during the four days immediately preceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago only on the day of the meeting and the four days immediately following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October the 20 1906that is to say between 9am and 6 p mIn the office of the assistant secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket may be obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the company in Chios go but eaoh stook holder must individually apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the stockholder exactly as given in his or her certificate of stock together with the number and date of such certificate No more than ons person will be carried free in respect to any one holding of stock as registered on the books of the com panyA C Hackstaff Secretary Home Round Trip Rates to the South at grtlyrJoJ raUr en th first and third Tuesday of each month from points on the line of the ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD in the North Your home agent will give you full particulars as to rates conditions and train time but par ticular attention is herewith called to the fact that on the November 6th excursion one can visit the MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIAL EX POSITION that will be held in Jackson the state capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States products agricultural machinery live stock dairy products vehicles industrial features good speakers on pertinent topics illuminations music fireworks and a Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features ot the South portrayed In practical and condensed form It will help you to an understanding of the marvelous resources of the South Full particulars concerning Home seekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing either of the undersigned F W Harlow D P A Louisville Jno A Scott A G P A Memphis A H Hanson P T M Chicago S G Hatch G P A Chicago a Through Sleepers and Dining Cars BCTWCCN St Louis mid Mobile St Louis wild New Orleans uk w ticket iUMcetUM COAL CEAI 390E= CASa will buy 2000 Ibs Pittsburg Coal from III HICKMAN ICE COAL CO I 7 rwersjcios iilk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thai wo offnr to lopunitoriu Obhor in duuoniontR ant of gumimlnry importance Upon hit jfalroffuyrrJ THOMPSON rM II JIOIlJNAN Iruaitlnt DJEEaroesii iiuniixiv j j I HUMIWUST u u Tinin KII J n UtfXAJHKK K MIMKK llr J MHIIIIIU M T A IKtlfOKH I Will build you A HOMEOX 10AMV MONTHLY PAYM1GN IM It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building material b hardware sash and doors lobe found In the Hty Mh are right You be the judge rail and see TOT A IDCXDJDS AtTtttTtVtttfftftftrtV YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality nt a Low Price Each Buggy with a written gunr antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains anti Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cuttcro W J BARRY HICKMAN KENTUCKY Better Printing For Less =LlM THE COUIEj CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH JO iCOIPUATOG Long dlstanco linos and telephones of this Company ennblo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southorn Indiana iiotnhern Illinois Kontucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho GountryWoablo Equlpmontu and fncllltlos unuur pused TAMES r CALQWKLL ELAND IIUMC T M wr- errtrs l a url Mnrr bLrs t twtften Ii +k i