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C 11JI WIf AO IItpijHW THE HIeKMAN COURIER rpmIr Ht Wtfto fie Carawnclel Wagon up t1p ihliu Swum The Courier has a SpinUa Good Team Grown the Axles at Your Magon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up 3Q HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 1 1006s WHOLE HO alto normlof Law Does Nll I1xt use TlwmV- irgiiM of saoretl tartar all over MI week wanting n Hit set c snit Ytru1n did hdvoj1 lent in nil he way they felt r int sat paokors di Pallc6r1 put tnjrt towaiii OOM r meat h lWOtlJ hick 1 not hoes in f uW weak Mal t reff-n till tad ti ro of dbrs- Iw Uw all mAl ni4lf comm rte 11kJ1a by the JUt Ibe gOVOTH- II tap UoVMIt lAaspMftedtn y KttftMMttWII this slug wise i 4 tko mts PU ft kite ItrlIS hail up tIIItf cota o 4 iylrrlie few ticn wnf twn of IMS KCW I lt 0M ti IMo r hate toIH held r t lhAtttI- iit rpwtn 4 tlfl1 1 be t11o t Tit tamest 1 JU44W nbfft horn wte wu- nf was 111 M ng ernmeHtj pot tats a I iborougly sanitary condition by the Irll1ugJlmtodThe on Monday that out of the 153 plants previously receiving govern failedfto comply with the new law and have accordingly been scratched elf the Departments list Fifty more plants whlah have appliwl for In cction were not In sanitary con dition to warmnt It and between ffO and 100 totaled application ware received from packer who profrso oil that they Had nortr hoard of the nreeosity for a meal intpccttai law or If they had heard of It dhl set- suppose that it applied tto three This scats of affairs wilt cofwtdor ably reitiiot the output of meal pro duets oHterfRg kite Interstate com merce kit it WIn prove a sahitarr tocooH to many off the packers who ovWently 4W not boliovs tint the HomrnmeHt was in earnest over the MW meat ImpuetlOH law The torn penny rink partial meat famine MaYi to SWIM coo s work hardship on tlM man dealer nod the MIrWnill soa umor hut It certainly shwwt the HocetoUy for government MtperrMon over eke sanitary arrssgsssws of the oowttrrs packing hoses It wtn tend ales to scare the Assert use pabtto A more neatly docottt mile of Moat and most proonola sail MgM t tend toward Wtpiog the rennet health of nearly erory ommseity Highly ttitt of the 110 aounllct In KentiMVy sea now dry IIn tplle of the enormous quauttty of rain which foil recently One county was de Jclared dry last Friday taring one lor the hardest rains knows far yean I Every fJa Something ew IJflglf millinery Section I I IIItrtrI a dl pnSJQB tlllOt ClDB8 not nw1raJ4 tfitullt Mjlllfnary Ii t Vtt lira OPiJtJliUWlty KXiaivliiB tin II and MQSII AlilMSlMO of t mtlltiiOcy HQIIHOR in tilto country our own mtlllnurs have not boon tIiu oontmry nro tm ruing out wo I to any original atyloa that youll i ty lifirvl trKlfctiiiouiali from tho hate What Mail Order House I Will Not Do The mull order btxinest ilthe quack dealer of commerce j promise mush and guarantee nothing Like patent medioine tho directions arc always on the inside and you have to buy a I1lnrttuwatJlc package before you eon find out who t1 they areH ardor house helped to build the little white tah1 hou se in your dill rid or turnpike the roadI p4 your door Ho man order house aver took you by the handI when you were lo distress and toldI you to let that little aooaunt go un tft after hawost nest year No matt order horse ever sold you a vchfct and pant every eont of It proAta rtghl hi the community where yea aid your n4fhoors could get itt sit hook afMn Ho mull order howot oar slaved till jmttnt lath shaoaaixfor your table and reptileI with yee when you were glad nor opofew oftooMfagktg wont InaMietwu Nor stood with uocowrad head boo sMe the graven when your children died No Uw Matt order Hue tti after money every dollar It gel 1 ito nonoa on will IM prted out of your ncigJiowlMoa forever TJwjI mail onkr house nwy bear upon 1n tae tIN semotanoe of Mon dship tal no human hart beats under Its cloak of hypacftoy SntlmeiH to 1It- fe eeksrwg TIM whale iMtttMltWti- to l uw and Moodleos ns a oorptc A LwlovWe gird IS year old loft note for her mother reading i lam going to Missouri whore I dont have to be poor I Z MIHIB I Itinn blffillirgp fashion con tura Tho assortment in ovory lino IH ovary tjfofg Umfa is now undl beautifulY in liuta will bo found huro t 1 nUfrrt itNt l i ifH HADSOME DRESS HATS from 350 to 1250 NOBBY STREET and TAILORED HATS 150 to 550 STYLISH MISSES and CHILbRENS HATS 100 to 500 Beautiful Styles in Infants Caps and Bonnet25c to 150 SMITH 3 cAMBERG The Leading Millinery StoreII l Last Call for State and Coun ty Taxes Your State and County taxes fort the year 1906 are long past due the 6 par ant penalty goes on all alike after October 31st and If you want JO save the cost of levy and sale of four property you can do so by meeting myself or deputy Goalder JolHMon at my office In Hickman dVer Holoombes Drug Store turs Respectifully Jos T Seat Sheriff Fulton Co 1Baaing has disappeared at the kUnfted States Military Academy according to the annual report of the jHuierialomlKii Brig Gen A J Mlle shis totr settle down in and enjoy life Bv erything for the comfort of life ran be asertar sr 25111 in the large sitter Whtn you want to leave the farm Tame to our town and build a nice aomfomblc home and be among the b9speeplain the world The twcntytlut annual convent ttt of the brotherhood of St An tlrtw will be held in Memphis from Oct 11 to 21 This will be one of the biggest assemblages held in that IlIttor teeny years and Memphis win be railed on to greet many of hejPable men In the Episcopal hurah There will be several bouiOHd delegate present i 1mpheand lots Keep all kinds of rub Ulsh off the streets and sidewalks and see that your houses fences etc are neatly painted There Is Mdlfrtt that helps the looks of a town and induces newcomers to set tie in It more than neatlypainted house and fences neat and tidy tracts and sidewalks and fruit and shade trees on your lots Let us se what you will do for the benefit of our progressive little ally =Work Is a blessing You can not see now but some day you will say teat you were fortunate ht your boy hood days because you were com emnlootI byI ful men you know Get their his tory Nearly eveiyone was corn pelted to work in boYhOod They toughened their mwcles by hard work and sharpened their brains Hy looking out for themselves I IThe advertising merchant Is the lone who does the business in these ilya of push and enterprise There are more newspaper readers today than ever before in the history of the world The newspaper places your business under the eyes of the buyer lIe sees what he wants and knowing where to find it looks up th wideawake merchant who asked i hun to come and see him Success j in those days rat sharp competition I calls for eternal vigilance You cant keep a hustler down ItWe have residing In the southern suburbs of our town a young man who if reports are true is wonderfully I and tearfully made His doc tor said he had an iron constitution his frlinds said he had nerves of steel his uncle that he had wooden head j the girls said he had a heart of stone his enemies declared that there was more brass to him than anything else otters declared he had lots of sand while his admirers declared he was all wool and a yard wide A J Saunders and Miss Eunice Black a handsome young couple from Farmington Kyeloped to j Fulton and were married by Squire j J T Futiell Thursday Dont buyyourcoal from the Independent Coal Co tC 11M fITwc Ilf THtt I LaA 11681- a YOU ARE INVITED To be present next WEDNESDAY THE 24th l lat a special display of the Fallseasons newest and choicest styles in LADIES COATS AND t RAICOA1IfSii- A representative one the largest wholesale houses recognized as one of the style leaders will be here with his entire sample line thus affording you an unusual opportunity to select from a great variety Come whether you wish to pur chase or not view the display and yourself on the latest thoughts in womens coats Remember the date Very respectfully Smith Amberg j The new Pure Food and Drug Law I will mark it on the label of every couch cure containing Opium Chloroform or any olher stuplfylng or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Snoops Couch Cure as made for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use orrl all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure Is absolutely sate even for the youngest babeand it cures it does not simply suppress Get ar sate and reliable Cough Cure by Insisting on having Dr Shooptt Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell iIjj Sold by all dealersIt Fiftyfour counties were represent ed at the Development Convention I in Winchester last week A committee I of one from each district and two from the slate at large was apf pointed to devise means for giving I Kentucky representation at the Jamestown Exposition Tax reform was the dominant note at Thursdays session and some recommenda lions on the subject will be made to the Legislature Christian county was not represented George Hassel prominent farmer Jj residing in the Rock Springs com munlty tiled Friday very suddenly t at the home of C A Perry near Fulton where he was visiting He had been afflicted with dropsy for several years and to this disease his death is attributed The question whether or not the tariff is a local issue seems to de pend entirelyon whether or not aI Congressman Is engaged In reelection fight in his district J E Miller and Miss Novella of Mayfield came to Fullon County to be married Saturday Esq Futrell officiated Mrs J B Housley has returned from visit to Nashville I 2 =y All PriAt 1D of of post k a Grider a Meeting of County Union ASof 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 attendancr of all delegates fa re spectfully requested and as many others as can make it convenient to be present This will be one of the most important meetings that the Society has held so far in the coun ty Our membership is increasing and unusual interest is being mani fested in the organization These quarterly meetings are not only ex ecutive In their character but are also educational and ns the plans of the Society develop and the power of the farmer to control the prices of the products under his control be more apparent the more Ins tense becomes the interest manifest ed These educational features of the Society should not be overlooked In knowledge Is centered all power and every means devised for ills seminatinQ this knowledge should be taken advantage of and carefully considered to this end then we Invite farmers and their friends to join with us to make this an en thusiastic meeting Dont forget the date and the hour Saturday Oct 209a m S L DODDS W M SHAW President Secretary Assignees Notice As assignee of Ellison Mercantile Co it is my duty to collect all ac counts as rapidly as possible I re gret to trouble any one but must in sist upon immediate payment Aft r 10 days the creditors will force me to bring suit on all unpaid accounts Kindly favor me and also yourself In saving cost by coming to the store and settling the account against you Yours truly B T DAVIS Assignee il P 1 is r I e a J- U FiJDont J p the Date Saturday t J October 27th Ii I Ar i = = WAIT BIG OPENING SALE ELLISON BROS1Ha- ve I purchased Assignee entire stock IIIIISOX MERCANTILE C- OtIn every department and onruw 1atnrda October 271k Will open the fall season with the biggest OHNINI SAI Kickman was fiver SeenOur Buyer Now Market and Picking Bargains Every lUifiiie It Will Pay You Big NOT TO BUY any goods until our OPENING SALE Ig GOODS bought at Bargain Prices together present immense stocks of Ellison Mercantile on atr-PRICES BEFORE UNHEARD THE BEGINNING THE FALL SEASON BIG FORCE- of extra CLERKS WANTED I Call at sale Ir TC 7C lII For the N M az IJ F from the the of the is in is up in Y When all the NEW with the the Co will be put sale OF AT OF A store Friday before rJI ELLISON BROS HICKMAN KY r wwr ll- Lnr L OICi2 L- IrJ ft DONT MISS IT 1 An- j The BIGGEST SALE 00 j EVER IN HICKMAN Jj J1 ry u y b idss9ryy ti Jltt t 1 our Friend i i voRlAL flJo RD I4ES nRS nww Hoi and tleolric lights I to vJrnnllc chairs 4Lugi fnr comfort I at mdcman Xr + t CaruthersI 4 I With its sFUjmyM- torsef TO00000 u4 gllcjttar With The AsM iH NCE r y iilMDli1Ib rc 11 abc tKt11t It- et1 nClJ With IU RU IRl- r sy Ue t t to fto JG uttuck la ike IlIfeI TIlE lilt KMAN BANKi- tioMtti A service 4M I110 Hone j iiT Do Tm0 Eat 3 k it intern 11 I I II AH IW I be fitters stand i nd am prepared d Illafc fnan u f0pIaf ar- iJiTDmer 1130 to 100 i 1ioNa Cigars A- wUK lf I I IMflRRYi Ih A DavidMM Dentist i HKKMNN1 KENTUCKY tyre over Oowgill iy Drug Store j IStop L lflralllI drinlt mjr plncoI Nlou flionuri 8 Nuts t tiv ro IPritJOI l WTriSllSTOIlII- R LI ROBERTS I scar the college- HtOkall rI n Furniture Co RA- TRDindertdkers Tfll PHONE NO 20 r 11rYeTrroCaufA Do It Now theI swat practical Ilhtnll dI Iaale in the South Send Itluguo and rates of I s paducah Central PADUCAH KY f oUny t It +++ 11 11 ++THE A S pf E COLUMN 4H IH f++ I MI I I I I Iii I I I MM JAMES HSAUHDBM The meeta3rdThursday4th ometqandmCayceI the nucleus at hazel Doll meets lit and 3d m1rerymeetingaI Last week we received marching orders from national headquarter The A Sor E now has over four hundred organizers In the field and each one it ordered to put in his best efforts to organize as many new unions as possible before the nation si union meet at But St Lewis Last month Kentucky organisedI twentyeight Hiiltns This put M I I the lend and we naturally want t I oonttnuv in the load Moreover I pita your humble scribe In comp tties with the most active organisers in the nation because the tobacco growers were organising by the hun dreds while we were sleeping on our oars Thi y are reaping the bofteAU ef organisation by taking In thews a1345 tf dol ars that heretofore went Ifito the peakets of the Italia buy ors The Ont os county Union has already MId the last hogshead of Ifttt years crap at prisms about three times AS ergo as they received btICore they organic yet the ommm tr gets Ms tobacco wsi at cheap now as over- Obeying onion we started out Tuesday to visit the Kfcocfc At Fairview we met Miss Jwie Quito IH a neat school roam wrr umle4l by a fair number ef bright boys and girls We remaiNed to hear a few chaises IIn radhtg andwe greatly encottiagod by the Itery of Robert Ucncr who watched a spider loll six tlmri and weeeotl on the seventh effort Gould some of our farmer friend be benefited by trading this story Some say because we haw made two or three efforts to organ ix the armor that oral eUoct will all We loft our appointment at Pair I view to eo to Watsons school house which is pro 4dod over by MIN Jcwie Henry lath of those schools scow to be giving eminent satisfaolton as all the patron I met spoke In the highest terms off thou tchenfOn Wednesdaywe stopped with our frltMl John Towniend for sup per Mr TowwsetMis IMrior look cd much more inviting than a ride through the cold wind to our ap pointment However wo reached the school house and found a fair audience of young men and boys who listened attentively to our talk On Thursday evening we spoke to t- aR audience at Watsons We had osier and goad attention at both places and the ptootkMM and euggeslions that followed our ad dresses showed that the young poDI pic are very much interested In the A S of E A protracted meeting In the neighborhood and the sudden change in the weather kept many of I the older people from attending but t we latter ourselves that the good I seed sown will eventually bring forth good fruit I We spent Thursday night with our friend W R Davis whose conver lOtIon shows that ho Is a student of agricultural books and paper I taw many marks of improvement hi t that part of the county I suppose our brethren at Graves school house distribute their papers among their neighbors as many of them seem to have read UptoDate Farming pretty closely They also speak In very high terms of the ad dresses delivered by Rev Graves in that vicinitytt If any of our brethren or frlen Is know where we can organize a union or even a neuclus to form a union we would he pleased to hear from them and also send an appointment We haft waited some weeks to be sure to pay every just claim against the treasurer of our A S of E barbecueWe often been asked about the financial outcome of the barbecue Last week we visited the treasurer Geo Threlkeld and ex J 2 to 0 in all red grey and are to 05O A with and to at to are the of in the city All the new both and 50c to u tv of of lace with lace in s I e of and cord to Ws papers There were about S16o nod petal in True here WM more than this sub but some of the did meet with the in time to pay up thou and as WI foil safe in gotag on with what we Had we serer these obscrlptioM The had a little over SM lleft niter all Ute olalms This will pus little over Afty jwr ceqt to each Some hove l that it will be a groat deal of trouble And all the but we taluk not The treasure s book jut how nwch slack paid him that was ami each knows jest how nwrh money ho froNt eaoh sub scriber Now list the pay each Ally per cent of the amount of money he paid In Of curse this has to do with the money paid in for ml etc Some any they want or no money back and are for their part to go into the union That II liberal and all right but as we to pay back to the what we had left we think it will be best to offer his money back oven if it iis wily ten per cent if he wishes to pay his to the union it will be easy to do so What does Shaw sell Go and see Iraat1dr should have its just share of your If you are about your dress i Tel the Fulton Steam do your work Will call for your each I J i 11 GRAND SHOWING OF 1 New Fall Coats and FursJ VLI 1 I Women and Children U to got a Fall in tho snappiest nnd most of now II stylos will find it possible to purchase horn I Womens and of all late plaids and a models and all at to 4H MISSES LONG COATS Fed We line this than wovenI850n0Childrens Bear Cloaks shades green navy prices fromh 275Also line of Childrens Bear Skin muff caps them 550 6OO Attractive Showing of Furs We LARGEST line long short Prices 1500 Everything ForInfants long and short made Nainsook yokes andsmall tucks andembroidery neckand slee o theat 200LittleembroideryInfants long made white cassimere prices75c 350 Saltzar Dodds131 xxr ENrrDC wined sjbMribod scribed parties collectors subscriptions collected treasurer paying Mswntod ssriMcrfber suggest subscribers slaws collector subscribed oollastor ooliotted trenwror collector subscription nsthmg privileges broad willing county treasury promised subscribers everyone Then county Boltoraworth JrYour attention particular npararoe Laundry Tuesday Kennedy l1I4y For Those wishing Coat swagger Tourist Prince Chop Coats mixtures wide diversity- of sizes Priced S300 s22lSn Skin Age years white Ccata leggins match showing Furs shapes dresses cloaks Bedford expect laundry CorutK Rev Sam Jones Died on Train Monday Rev Sam P Jones of Carters ville Oa famous as an evangelist died at 6 oclock Monday morning oa a Rook Ixmnd paseenger train stiiy Nuts wet of Little Rook deBth111hk o Cjeoffcta for interment Religion mourns his death one of the most useftil tad dauntless soldiers of the oroes that ever fought in the cause of the Master A plain man who bad known sin found uncommon inspiration through the Conquest of self and by means of this victory was enabled to teach Others how to better and more strong Ily fight the battle of life Sam Jones religious fervor an earnestness carried his mind into allI homos Ills wonderful sympathy enabled him to appreciate if no to mentally live all lives suffer all moral wounds experience all human temptations and having thus as i were cojiceived the sum total of mankinds hopes joys and sorrows he was given to an inestimable de gree the ability to put his Ange- upon the soiled spot and the clea I place In his neighbors heart wiping away the one and sublimating the other Think of Dr Snoops Catarrh Cure if your nose nnd throat If your breath is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm con MainsI Oilof Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incorporated into anI imported crcnmllkc velvety petrola tum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for fret trial box Sold and recommended by all dealers Ladies of the Episcopal IThe will hold their annual Bazaar on December 10th Thet place has not been decided upon but will be announced in the Courier I later The Courier Scored on the Catalogue House Question Wednesday morning while we were waiting at the postoilce for the mail we were accosted by one of Fulton Countys prominent farmers who asked us why we did not score the merchants of Hickman for not buying at home what they could get LoUislCorpeople for sending to catalogue houses for their needs An instance cited to us in the conversation and in fact the only one was the local meat shops having their beef shipped to them from St Louis instead of getting it at home Now we have been using the ar gument that the catalogue houses did not pay any taxes or help build Thisdis true and while we do not know the motives of the meat men in ndthaving it shipped by express the some rule will apply in this use dotnot pay any taxes or help build an t roads and if the meat shops depended upon the St Louis trade amountrstrangenalter we have been using this ar gument against the catalogue houses anti while we still oppose the idea and believe that it shows a spirit of one not interested in the community- I in which they live to get their needs from a catalogue house the same rule cannot help but work two ways Someof the meat men claim that a number of farmers kill and sell beef to the trade for less than they can buy and sell it This to a de tree handicaps the meat men if this be true Miss Pearl Williams was married Wednesday to Mr Homer Haynes The ceremony was performed at the court house by Judge Naylor If you want the best there is get your candies at the K K r lwF Antioch Vera Johnson Iis on the sick list Thomas Osbern of Samburg was here Saturday en route home Mr MoMullin of Hickman at tended Church here Sunday Miss Lizzie Branham is progress ing nicely with her school here Mr Jerry Cloar and family will at an early date move to Union + City Mrs John Howard is up again after a severe attack of malarial feverMiss Maggie Douglass of Wood land is visiting her sister Mrs ClarkMr and Mrs Wash Whipple of Poplar grove attended Church at Reelfoot Sunday Misses Fannie Mal Williams Lena and Vertie McDaniel attended Church at Reelfoot Sunday Mr Madison Kendall has recently bought the Bonclurant farm here and Iwill take possession in December I INobce t All persons are notified to file their claims against Ellison Mer cantile Co properly proven with t me on or before Nov 15 1906 J iii 22 B T Davis Assignee1 y I Indigestion tl PflpepslaUntum q poctl1oJonellrmnotblll ShooplalUrmiljr l r hoops Itntnntlrt Doing direct to lIMo tlouuirli nrvM aks brmvlit that wmvui and farur U Dr With hoorhlllcInaUout that orlfliu1 no suet lasting aecnmpltihuivntj i nnr101l had j hoopaatorKoruum ch dlittnu bloctlnff UlImunoM tad Mil what It ran sad will do We teU awl cbrtfully trommear r- iI I Dr SHoops I RestorativeALL t yr r t LIH I THE NIC MAN COURIERI Iji n = c =XTSE1LE WOBPEEB Jo SEXTON Falters sad FnprliUri ONE DOLLAR PER YEARt j w CASH IN ADVANCEI C 0 Entered at the Ulokman KenlneKy I pcatoffiuA IU reconit etam until nmtter t Friday October 19 1906 I Did you ever stop long enough toI tell the other fellow how much Hick wan has grown within the last twoC years Try telling a few of ourt acqaintances and they in turn will tell and the continuous telling will aid the cJtyJJ Johnny Bull wants to get his fin j the Southern cotton lands tlforUncle Sara ought to do his dutyp We love England but do not prou pose to starve the South In order to efurnishcotton Neither a long fact or a long prayer will feed a hungry heart Some of you old walking signboards of piety ought to put those mugs you wear away and season em down with moth balls Smiles are human sunshine and they will penetrate the gloomiest life Smile a little The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company gives notice that net rates have been issued for the exchanges at Boonville New Albany and Okolona embodying conill siderable reductions from the rates of heretofore in force The company also gives notice that a revision of crates at a number of other points in the state will be issued in a CewE dayssl The city council took steps to in force the sWcwaV ordinance but as or yet we have seen no results and have not beard of a notice being served Is this all there will be to the move like it has been for years We hope not We trust that theE committee appointed to seive these notices will use every effort to have these walks that are needed so badly laid before the fall rains set in and it is too late He Prays For an Injunction Against Primary inE 0 Jones a registered Democratic voter of Bowling Green through as behis attorneys W H Holt and Geo DuRelle of Louisville and three members of the Bowling Green bara filed suit in the Circuit Court Tues day attacking the Democratic pri mary to be held on November 6 The petition does notask that the Committee be compelled to call off the primary but that it be forced toft f meet and rescind the obnoxious rulestJ The principle ground for attacking the primary is found in the rule reo in quiring voters to state that they hadc voted that day for a Democratic candidate for Congress The pee to tition alleges that this destroys the secrecy of the ballot and amounts to an intimidation of the voter The petition also alleges that there is notlwarrant in law for holding a primary election to select a oandldate for United States Senator I l Postoffice Safe Blown Open at Wickliffe The postoffice at Wickliffe was broken open the safe cracked andc robbed by what arc thought to be professional safe blowers early Saturday morning The robbers made a successful job of it getting away with over 400 in money andc stamps The robbers came and de parted with the greatest of secrecy Juntilj J Notice Having disposed of the stock of the Ellison Mercantile Co I am going to close the assignment in the shortest time possible Patties indebted I to the Ellison Mercantile CoIImust come in and settlec22 B T Davis Assignee IA Notice to Our Patrons Hickman Ky Oct 10 1906 To our Patrons t We published a notice in the Hick man Courier for four consecutive weeks that all light and water bills were due and payable at our office on the first of each month and par ties rating to pay on or berate the tenth of the month would be cut out The fee for cutting in is 5100 each fa rater and lights Now on account of our not having a permanent office we have not enforced this rule strictly But as ur office has now been fitted up in the Ice Factory Building convenient- to all we beg to state that we will enforce thief rule beginning Nov 1st 1906 and will show no favoritism To run the Water k Light plant successfully necessitates prompt col leatlons and we ask it as a favor all of our patrons assist us by these bills promptly This rule was not originated by s but is in the City Ordlnaees gev the Electric Light and Water- Works system Phone 48 Hickman Ice Coal Co Cures Rheumatism and Catarrh Medicine Free Sent no roonev simply write and try Botanic Blood Balm at tor expense Botanic Blood Balm B B B kills or destroys the poison in the blood which caues the awful aches in back and shoulder blades shifting pains dlfc ilty in snowing fingers toes or legs bone pains swollen muscles and joints of rheumatism or the foul breath hawking spitting droppings in threat bad hearing perks flying before the eyes all played out feel of catarrh Botanic Blood Balm has cured hundreds of cases JO or 40 years standing after doctors bt springs and patent medi 1 had all tailed Most of these cured patients had taken mood as a last resort It Is especially advised for chronic deep oases Impossible for anyone to suffer the agonies or symp toms of rheumatism or catarrh while after taking Blood Balm It makes tie blood pure and rich thereby giving a healthy blood supply Cures are permanent and not perlargesent tree and prepaid also special medical advice by describing your trouble and writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga The city council has just let the contract for a number of fine steel ridges which will supersede the old wooden structures which now span Harris Fork Creek Every bridge the city has been condemed and quickly as possible new ones will built The material for two bridges has arrived and workmen busily engaged in erecting them Fulton Leade- rHomeuskers Round Trip Rates to the South at greatly reduced rates on the and third Tuesday of each from points on the line of the ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD the North Your home agent will give you full particulars as to rates particular the fact that on the November 6th excursion one can visit the MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIAL EX POSITION 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 fire works and a Pike Take this opportunity to see the industrial and agricultural features 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 agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing undersignedF Louisville MemphisAChicagoS Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Stoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles aloneand it does tt e work surely and with sat- Isfaction Itchln protrudingby its use Large nickel glass jars So cents Sold and recommended by all dealers 3jrxiitiitiltri J1riliir i Against hunt WUjtr By EDMUND RUSSELL Artist Author Triv Ur Oruiiullit IrYJ AS fashion killed womans arty + iu ensr P Yes in woman aril lift man has been so long in the coalhole he need not he mentioned ArtModern art is merely business one vast department store from private shgw to bargain collar MannersOur are ire of the Place de la Concorde on execution day We have guillotined good taste and sot rip Ilnner as our goddess of liberty equality aril flee clostbtaio tlttrBttb t iliNtainV any nwncy It is no longer fashion that inokos oaiuiiUTO Inn commerce fashionThe rise and fall of a fasliten wav is interasttijffi It generally takes about twice twelve mouths At first designed by one of the great Huroimm artists for some haute or domimondainc or some actress of the Coniedlt PrancatM it is then assumed by a few elegantes as soon u notedl in soeitty is seized upon by all degrees of modistes till it descends to the randy towear stage and finally reaches the groat mob of QUill followers who never take up a fashion till every oiie else is abandoning ft A Tow years ago I noticed that pigs wore appearing on the Paris boulevards Soon they dangled from every waist filled time shops of Palms Royal and Rue de lUvoJf mounted umbrellas were engraved on cuff buttons Not the dramatic bristle of the IJavarinn boar in blackened silver one buys on the way to Oborammcrgau but the sodden beast of the stye just pig Returning to New York I found it pigloss Nearly a your passed when one day I sow a pig parasol on llfth avemienc had arrived The litter soon followed whole shiploads of those little art emigrants that should have been met at Elir Island by those spcisfidjs so anxious to reform our city and deported Dut worsen opened their arrnsf first the fOQlWi than theaejinslW and soon we were all pig Ton some new monitir arm anti the artpig wave passel west No wonder the frightened Puritan takes refuge in being negative and ladylike but to the peril of her soul There is some hope for the woman who makes mistakes none for the woman who is afraid to make them Bad taste is but the expression of an intense untrained1 feeling A strong color sense that has not been guided It oan be easily cultivated Notaste is more difficult to awaken to the expres sion that must accompany growth r IHw NgldNd TartNtr tUtr Off CoDay By E H LIBBY Seerciiir Mime Slait Crime The queotten is the New UngfaiMl Loner as well off as IM the olden timed is very COA ilv answered by time sin gle word yea Iiiilcrl I believe he U mmrli better off on the whole By the oldentit- mice I I aMMmc that a period of at least too years ago is meant It is a somewhat popular theme to discourse upon the good old times but on exJtmiitaliun they will not be found to stand close comparison with the present In the first place the condition of the modern farm Itself iis far superior to what it was too years ago It is true that time virgin toil of those days has been somewhat exhausted and a much groaner tic of fertilizer is required but the average old New England farm was covered and its soil filled with rocks and a large portion of the farmers time was occupied in clearing his land and building stonewalls while today there is little of such work to be done The farmer of the olden time hoed his crop and pitched his hay with rude hoGS and forks hammered out by hand by the village blacksmith and cut his hay and his wood with scythes and axes of the same rude kind The modern farmer has his uptodate machinemade tools for everything and he cuts his hay and plows and cultivates his land seated at ease upon the seat of his mowing machine sulkcy plow cultivator horse rake planter or some other particular machine ex acactly calculated to do the most work in the shortest time and with the least expenditure of physical labor In his home and social relations also the modern farmer enjoys as a matter of course comforts and luxuries of which his forefathers never dreamed Household furnishings and equipments are as far superior to those of old as are the implements he uses in his outdoor work on the farm Time cook stove has replaced the upon fireplace the pmnmpBathwithout its musical instrument of some kind is the exception The telephone has brought him into close touch with his neigh bor and the whole world and the rural free delivery brings his mail and the daily paper to his door while in his grange he has oppor anythingimagined Jivehimno longer an isolated being but is becoming more and more an active factor in the business and political life of the state and nation The growth of the cities gives him greater markets near at hand and the government crop and market reports keep him posted upon prices and conditions everywhere He has the benefit of the government experiment stations with their almost marvelous achievements in the development of scientific cultivation of the soil and the knowledge and skill of the whole world arc askingSpace of enjoyedt the foregoing while far short of the t catalogue of them will suffice to show talII raasoM tot mv aiuwcr to Utc utstktaI io hr room hotter IIva a UnCTION I aIjhf6Wtbater Thu WMMVM wed Prodj l t heat without smoky or smell because grippedwith unokeleu device no tf q l- 1M danger Easily carried around rom to room You cannot turn the wkk tsee too low At aayaodsimple to ua lamp The II PERFECTION Oil Heater I Equipped with Sxsakctei Device IIt an ornanunt to the home It b mad in two llnlifxs nckel- and lapin lima oitountl btautilully cmtxwwd Noble 4 quart ol oil and burns 9 hour Every hralc wmnt d Do not Ix utitlkd with anythine but a PIRf EGTIOK Oil iulrr II you cannot err HtaUr or inlormatton Irora your dtxtt write i to n aml agency lo dcKfiplivc citcula I The hemLuand bet tamp for allround household UK Gives A slur shady light fmJ- ith IlaUU improvtd burner Mad ol bras throughout and nkkrtl plated Every Ump watranlrd SuiUbU Ito library dining room or parlor 11 nU at your deaths write to owns agency STANHAUH OIL COMPANY LwryrsrLei ThenI CAP1UTITRrs OAF Iii null F 011ULAl= ItJN l rp L1I I Seasonable Fruits fffesh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc Dont fail to lumr till Klnotrio1 Pin- noCARUTHcRSPHONE90 HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS lITABLISUEO 1 M s Tom Dillon Sr Prop Sucoeaaor to B C Ran f llMarble and Granite- Monumentsf ICURBING STONEWORK oraU r Kind Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY 1 J NOW IS THE TIME iiTO LACE YOUR ORDER FOR COALPITTSBURGH KENTUCKY 350= t Needs no introduction in Hickman It has been used I here for years and has always given perfect satisfaction It is the Kind of coal you want Takes very little kmdl I ing lo start it No popping out in your eyes andt n the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very best and Cheapest Coal on the Market Our Prices are positively the LOWEST Place your or der NOW for future delivery while the prices are low Iest Full weight and fair treatment guaranteed Independent Coal Co S Hickman Ky Phone 153 J M a Better Printing For Less Money 1M THE COURIERf a a a a Fl t all I I i I 1I 1I I I T i 11 i i A pass to good societyi Copyright tgaG by Wrt Sclmffiw tS Marx hit X41lli Tell You What BetkhamMns Done act 1Former Katrta one of the i etM01 IsglslRtlii- IIh teen ide UAel til i tr years hat letter to the Rev 1fMlrnl of Ute Aftlt M answer to Mis uocr Hr i4Ojdalof Inter iii tlfroatly Kev M B Atfm uWlM AlltnUcMt hats y ur public teller temperance patple pg pa one of hors lowing Jeoicd Utftll Mayo IMaM at tttg of the pie this tfgtl bring ry reajw of Mar- scast Ifott Many you or yer raflant him hid thought + th the leraperatwc i light for theenuM h4cme tin teller ButMbuIl Laurel st of my OWII ma ud otHveniinac In thet tMMr traffic II- i war into tile Ken di Iff MIll had enacted v Potts Judge and iUt the ylwor to sum I h aid examine wit Mtiera thli power jurlosIluws prtvnto citizens MWUim Believing plih proseJJ l11 bard stiugjjlea BUC milltIt the town You must I t this was at a timer r plr of the mountain JII t from areIfl reatened abused and s treated by the des I 0 penile character who then infested portion oftsar mountains Afterwards aa Senator from the flight eeMft Senatorial district I became the author sad champion of the County Unit BUI In 1902 Mad 1904 I introduced the measure AgRioot ftotlUoal and peraooal friends I wnpil friMiiMt war sad had I then had Ute naototance of the Gov raw DM County Unit BIN would have passed Wkeo the present moamr0 was up I lift Imrimrs ami family RIM was among the foremost of Ike tomfenmce worker I fought A good fgltt sad fang effort were sot MI vftto Of ry vortt for tewprninot I mod Ml spook farther My labor are jwUMe and pan oMHy be facer tcmt 1 hsroe rest thought It HOCNtary Ilo exploit what I hR90 done for right ootiHioM and tempeniHe for any reason personal to myself HOT do 1 complain of harriohilstor McrMooa nor do I pose as A martyr lo the fuse NVknt I Mare dope wt for GNPs mile and He will guide the reoullf I tare referred to say eon nootioN with the teMpermtee came only for the purpose of showing my right to soak ni one of tko tamper anca people You seam to complain of your expenditure and moors in the cause Do you bflltvo thAI if you have suffered as you my it to known to God and from him alone must come your rcwtiid Are you in the business for rontHiidraUon or for the love of God humanity and country Coming now to the matter lit hand I must sty that I am surprised that you seek to make our onuie a 1pail tical issue in the Son torlnl race Why not make it an Issue in the Governors race The Governor of the State tins great power for good or evil a Senator none At unit one of the candidates for Governor is a wellknown temperance advo cate 1 have not known of any ap peal of yours made to temperance people for voles for this candidate Are you nt artiMted a little by some fancied grievance against Senator MrCreary t Do you remember in the troublous braes following joy toebels death how you abused the DesMwrata Mad how whoa prayers were needed and ditrioe fwhlnnre oroly wanted you aa a sernmt of the lowly Nazarene refused to 1in woke Use guidance of God Do you resMMkber how you refoeod to pray for the Legislature hscanos they es poueed tioebels OMMM I have often wondered what Chriet would would have dose had Ffe keen in Frnokfort and beeo asked to seek life fathers g Wact for that body of HMO Wits not Gov Bonkham the prceMiftf oHeer of the Senate in Ihte LeeMlalunr until hit elevation lo the flovemotoklp Yet you re Gaped to pray tar him I What hal- Ite dose toe that he should be heralded As a great apostle of tern pernttce and rifhtoowNtew Is not your espousal ot Gvr Dedkkami cause due Iten to the filet that ko is worthy Own It h lo the fact that Goy MaCreary wu the lloadar of the Democratic forces in 1900 and thus espoused the canoe of the man whom you hated tenor Goeltel lines you ever liked Senator Mc Creary sine the day he bared his bruit to glittering stool and headed the Democratic forces untllliiR for what they deemed their rights P FlaftOner liked him since that tiny when calling thedlomayod hosts together risking the aosaeslns bullet he gave them advice and spoke words of encouragement and thus saved the StAte trout greater disgrace and more feArful Woodslied Do you advice aa n Democrat as a Iriewl to Democratic prmoiplea If so have yaumy brother the password Perhaps you advise aa provident of the AntlSnloon League Let us contrast the records of both men In ll t5ov Backham was Speaker of the House A County Unit Bill was introduced What became of tii Do you not remember the L aOOD clothes enough admit good society they help Youll find our Hart Schaffner Marx clothes a regular boost when it comes to that Ifyou want to be sure youre dressed right in style and fit you want to be sure of that label in your Matf then you know youre corner A11woolI hand tailbred we guarantee a pert fi- tiSmithi Amberq scathing denunciation made by the predecessor Dr Kerfoot against the Speaker for his opposition to this bill Do you want that denunciation republished Dr Kerfoot says he was against the measure In 1898 Do you deny it la 1902 and 1904 know so ilo you that Gov Beck ham did nothing whatever toward assisting the passage of the tem parantie measures but rather him sole hindered their passage In 1906 do ycu net know that at no time did he assist In or contest to the passage of the County Unit Bill as originally drawn and presented but opposed it until the first tour clan cities were exempted thus giving a measure of doubtful constitutionality and of still more doubtful usefulness At no time was he willing to support the bill as Us friends had drawn it It may be said that he saw he could not get such bill through but to those who know the power wielded by him over the Jail Legislature such statement will have but little weight Aa matter of fact Gov Beokham only agreed to the bill alter nail told him that his assist ante would be leverage in his hasps whereby he might defeat one ot my best friends Do you not re member telling me that my talk had had the desired effect with the Cov et nor What talk 1 Why the talk of the leverage of course Gov Beokliam is posing today as the apostle of temperance not because he Is In favor of It but because of the leverage Refer me to a single message of the Governor in which he advised the passage the of a local option measure You speak of the Governor as being in all things temperate and sober Do you know that he has not always been so Do you know that his past until at least very recently if at all has not been aI guarantee of his future Do you not know that in the past he has not led a life that could inspire much hope in the breasts of the temperance c i iv 1 are not to a man to but 1 I i I i a a a I a i i people Since when has this great change been wrought As the primary draws near Over six years ago he became Governor and not until this primary drew near did he think it proper to enforce the Sunday law It took him six years to find that it was his duty to enforce the laws it will only take six hours after November 6 for him lightning change artist as he is to forget it Senator McCreary asked Gov Beck ham some tine ago the question iif he Beckham had not received financial aid from the liquor interests In his past races To this good day no answer has been made public If Gov Beckham was their friend and ally a short time ago and if h received help from them will he not return to his first love at any time his political exigencies may demand Is not Gods Sabbath as holy in Cov ington and Newport as in Louisville The lid is not on In either place What surety have we that this sudde change of front is real and lasting In 1873 Senator McCreary was Speaker of the House In that year a local option law was first enacted McCreary was one of its foremost champions Since that time his whole public and private life has been for righteousness and temperance In all his acts Lhe has shown that he can be counted on the right side Whether as a private cituen r whether as a Legislator Governor Congressman Senator as a husband as a lawyer as a member of that quaint old Presbyterian church a Richmond he has ever shown how he stands He has ever displayed those characteristics which make as surance doubly sure that in the future as in the past he will be true to his God his country and true to himself and his early training Senator McCreary has again and again denied that he has ever now or at any time received aid fro the liquor interests and surely none o will doubt the statement Sure ly not many will say nay when he p asks for an indorsement of his course An indorsement for a second term not based on any sudden change of front but on a whole life of sobriety and duty An indorse ment of a well spent life filled with memories of duty well done toward his God and his country Let the voters take the record of both men which can be easily obtained and decide from that which of the two gives more promise of keeping the faithYou no doubt remember the story of the Apostle Paul as so beautifully told in Holy Writ how after fighting the churches in Judea and on his way to Damascus to continue his lighteand how God in His infinite mercy called him to a nobler life You will also remember that God did not set fit to immediately put Paul into service but sent him to study for three years where undisturbed thenmighty change that was to take place If Gov Beckham is changedrIf he is sincere In his new role let him have time to prove and give evidence of the faith that is in him It is so anomalous that tne tem penance people should be asked to cast their vote against the man who by example and precept has been their consistent friend that I feel constrained to speak Especially is this strange in view of the fact that never before have theywithheld their indorsement of any of his- r predecessors asking for a second term i notwithstanding some of them have not been as firm in their stand for temperance as has Senator Mc t CrearyYours eto George T Farris i Lancaster Ky Sept 25 1906 Woul4 You Keep Your Plant Irma rrwilnj- Youetnkrcp are orrrntclit and htlvthe UJTP tmm up two or llmo hours the Must IfonemThUU luullilo with Qta Original Morn bra lulO It is AlwuurrcLY AIRTIRIIT- Unlike tbo unllninr store its cuiuiruMton requires no pultr to make wam and Joint proof axaliutalrViO Hum ot MkU bard coal or wood Hltkma Hardware Ce Inc 1 A i N B Hays Name Pint on Democratic Ticket I N B Hays name will be plac first on the ballots io the D- emLcraneprimary to be held on Nov 6 and Senator McCreary name willi be placed last The other names will be between with the contest ed offices coming first and the uni o 1i teated offices next Little Virginia Hayes of Don I ofIT P Hayes the horseman drew th names of the candidates from a ha tt and decided which name should pre cede in each of the races when h there is a contest The names will appear on th ballot in the following order For Govenor N B Hays S W Hager t For Attorney General J K Hen drink Lillard H Carter For Superintendent of Public In struatlonE A Gttiiton M 0 WlnCreyII For Commlsfener ef Agriculture R C Crensbaw J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor Smith TrimbleIFor Secretary of StateHubert J Vreelandtt For Auditor Henry M Bas worthIFor Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Clerk Court ef AppealsJC B ChernlultCFor United States Senator J C W Beckham James B McCreary NAPOLEON BONAPARTE showed at the battle of Austirhtz he was the greatest Leader in the world Ballards Snow Liniment has shown the public it Is the best i Liniment in the world A quick cure for Rheumatism Sprains Bumsb Cuts etc A C Pitts Rodeesa La says I use Ballards Snow Lini ment In my family and find it un excelled for sore chest headache corns in fact for anything that can be reached by a liniment Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm Ellison Bishop Woodcock Coming There will be no services at the Episcopal Church Sunday Bishop Woodcock will preach at the church Monday night the 23nd Everybody t cordially invited Prcventlcs as the name implies prevent all colds and grippe when taken at the sneezing stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Pre venues are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults 1 Sold and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all deaterst Low Rates on the M at 0 To ST Louis Mo J Account Meeting American Bank h j era Association On October 141 I and 15th Mobile Ohio R R Agents will sell tickets to St LouisI j at rate of one fare plus 25c for the round trip final limit October 20th with privilege of extension to Oct I 30th Ask M 0 R R Agents for particulars Bring the news to this office Ware e always glad to have our sub 4 scribers send or bring us items oCIr I news If each one of our large listJJ of readers would give us one Ite enmas C pageIg r e Wrenched Her Knee JointI Cured by Sloans Liniment Miss Emma Carter Black Rock Ark writes- I consider myself very torlunat- In meeting your agent Capt Collin- at such a juncture The day c ridinghorseback severelyIpainful joint One application of Sloans Nerve and Bone Liniment morningAll storative If you have given an order for coal and same has not been prorppt ly delivered telephone your com plaints to no 48 Ice Factory office HIckman Ice and Coal Co You miss a treat if you fail to buy groceries from Shaw Bettersworth r Refused to Dine with American Sailor- sd Accordlnng to passengers arriving- o at San Francisco on the Doric the American colony in Japan is up In arms against the representatives iof the Russian government over the action of the Russian ambassador iIn refusing to breathe the same atmot phere with three American blue jackets He was dining with his wife at thee Nikko hotel which is a famous Japanese resort near Tokio when the Americans entered and he Immed lately demanded of the manager of the place that the sailors be ejected toeloss the buisness of this prominent personage his wish was complied with and it called forth a protest from nearly every one in the place The Russian ambassador was surrounded by American women whojwlth groat spirit berated him in good strong Yankee language He was heaped with such epithets as cad and beast and several of the women refused to remain in the room with him Bven the Japanese are sold to have joined a- lice demonstration The Russian ambassador whose name is BaihltoK with Ms wife who is ot a Philadelphia family was dining at the hotel with him and occupying a separate chair was the wifes pet poodle dog The animal was given every attention and s maidwas kept at hand to feed the animal with a spoon JULIUS CAESAR was a man of nerve but sickness left its mark and he became aged before his time Sickness is often caused a torpid liver Herblne will regulate your liver and give you I health Mrs Carrie Austin Hollon Kansas writes I consider Her bane the bolt medicine I ever heard of I am serer without It Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm Ellison Smallest Bankrupt Henry B Winters of Auroa Marshall county bears the distinct ion of filing the smallest or one of the smallest bankrupt petition in his district This afternoon be mod a petition giving liabilities to the amount of 75 which is ajudg ment in favor of the firm of Hen drlck Miller attorneys of Pa ducah His only asset is a lute in surance policy of 1300 payable to his mother and with no cash surren der value Th se were the only two amounts given in the petition The sheriff sated Hoag 1 land a white boy Tuesday on the charge of burglary He admitted having burgalizrd some houses in Fulton and it is thought that he is the one who did so much housebreaking fn HIckman this summer dayhThe skating rink has opened a gala after a weeks suspension on account of the opera house being in use by the stock company To night every paid admission will be entitled to a soda check on Cowgills Drug Store rThe family of A G Kimbro re cenily of TIptonvlUe Tenn have returned to Hickman to live Mr Kimbro will not return until Christ The family are living in one of Mr Dodds houses on Carroll Street Your friendsthe Independent Coal Cowill sell you coal at right prices and deliver it too tf Mrs Barbara Hays of Bayouville Mo writes us that she has In her legsc I THE PUTTY QUESTION or 5fcov that lilt heat Hot nay My stove Move lesa da and this net that means Hot well en Steve Continue of on the race question did of the Argenta but the He some wbo a race but he predicted that five the race resulting of in the He that the of the and determined to supremacy and the were determined to in possible way this the of the the government is aid said According to the race is growing more as He to be his so lynching for and the of the men the and sometimes the ol the burning of age is not how to for but to He that In the be numbered and be be are investigated He the men of ire in care of to if necessary and he the be to the the HIckman Ice and Coa- lCos ad in this Chimney Where Half Your Fuel Money Goes When Ordinary Stove is putty IIs universally by manufacturers for making in heating While the is new the putty the of it A hut fire lot a few cracks the it out of leaving the full of nir allowing the and the and a of the generated to be up the chimney and of all the you the jointed iis lost in this way If old vats up more and not fire it did at the is the putty has dropped out of the 1IItlllll Coles Original Hot BlastStove Saves Fuel and Heat Wasted Other Heating Stoves BMTM Soft Cod Coal Crushed Wood tMhtog Iooene4 special OrtKmal COmbine heating Svclmlve AxtHl 200 little yourself tons Origin you- atop readily buying Original Patented genuine without Says Will Senator Benjamin Tillman South Carolina spoke Senator THlmaa speak recent troubles dealt generally subject said there people believe settle itself that within years would throw that Atlanta shade declared country united white negroes never more contest every movement whites And national senator hatred bitter time goes stated belief long assault exists crime continue that escape guilty Inflames whites and shedding innocent blood Senator Tlllman declared that punish crlminl assault how prevent thinks every negro country should that passes given them Those without these passes should locked they declared white South right taking women They right take drastic measures drastic measures become thinks negroes should derorted North The issue Up the Is the Used Stove Move tight joints stoves stove brand does work risked mouths putty drops place stove crneks gofics fuel big sucked wasted than onehalf fuel put Into putty stove your stove fuel keep well first reatwii stove joints all by Hard Coke LfenKe Stack No stove putty is used In the construction ni this evnemicastote it nut Hecruwrv twm the construction which make tile wove practically jotntlfst Coles Hot aWait II only hosting stove in UK work which ti guarantees to remain always alftljht Oi nmmnt of the atotately atr csnttructloi of Coles Original Hot lttast Stovri gate any the fuel are hold hark until they are consume hr the top trot Blast draft and loth XM + 1 tirat which vcape up the chimney with other stoves are thus parent to OUr prolt al eomfott soft coal ia half gal At a result of tills saving the Are never out and the r rooms are heated for or three hours in the morning with tilt veal put In the 110I Must Stove the night befo- reScientific Construction I11Gfl I CUT N a sk patty it cannot hy actbn of the fiercest while of only technical- folataastractt + tlet+ eivu interest are features in he Blast Store to make it the most economical stove in the world We avoid Imitation afford to uKt or ancannot toCCCA ffSave 3 OUUU TO 00our at a price will ka e to this winter Other style all lmlUt ns + d IHttt are made with stow putty otnls and when to think Ji oe Mved tk tint eo t of the stow the kw of fy to fsw to ehlrMtK the life d the stove you will see the I+ ntage of Coles luau whfch htds fire jut as and upkOMBMBSR o appear the fred door U the Original Hot DUst None this HICKMAN HARWARE CO Inc Lynching in the South R not IIn with are war will riots white men are maintain that on part ing them he on it that as criminal this will causes riots issue the it up until that the their are County Unit Law was de JudgePeak Read used leaking part heat thus More does as as it to patented the tight patented ar is two Culca which aru on Is The City Council to Gravel the Streets We were informed by one ef the city councilmen this week that jit was the intention ef the council to put a thick layer of gravel on tM streets from the jail on Exchange street up Clinton street and thence south to old Ice house en KeAtuek street It was first thought that theywould put a layer of about six inches of crashed rook Instead of gravel but upon investigation it wa found that this would rot be as effective as a layer of crushed gravel from the fact that the crashed rock would have more of a tendency to bury into the ground It was only after an experienced man had advised them upon this point that they decided it best to use gravel The recent rains left the streets In a terrible condition and they are needing this attention badly Good Camera for Sale I have a first class raagaxlne cam era Cyclone No S almost new carries one down plates which can be taken out and developed at you wish the simplest operated camera made has button or bulb exposure eight feet of tubing and bulb attach ed Will sell at a very reasonable price and include chemicals and pa per Camera has a good lens and makes splendid pictures just the size for pictures you want to keep Costs less for supplies than a film camera I of smaller size and is much more convenient Abargaln If you want- a camera TYLER BEALE Courier Office If you want help if you have something for sale or trade If you have property for sale or rent iC- you lose something advertise in the Couriers Want Column It costs only one cent a word and brings results Try it and be convinced s IitI Style and American Dress maker for the Ladies Style and American Dressmaker has a brassy little Agere In aft outing suit en the treat saver The saga sine makes a Most remarkable effo of a complete skirt cutting system and a years subsariptien te tile magazine for 175 There are many interesting and timely artioies one on ombrelderot dress and advertisement shows where this art is taught The style article by Linda Ross Wads is instructive and interesting to every woman who cares for her personal appearance The review contains timely dOll and suggestions on preparing for the fall and winter wardrobe which cannot fail to be of Interest to every woman who sews Sample copies 10 cants Sub scriptions 100 per year STYLE and AMERICAN DRESSMAKER 2425 E 21st Street Now York hustlingDeputy Ben Hur In Fulton County The Tribe of Ben Hur is an uptodate level premium reserve fund fraternal iI order with over one hundred thousand it members Nearly u million dollars In surplus and reserve 3ood con tract to right party For further in Formation wrlteZ L Wolfe Dcp uty Supreme Chief No 217upper 4th st Evansville Ind No need to bwith coal when you can get it at the price made by the Hickman Ice and Coal Co Read their ad In this issue Telephone no 48 Joe Kerlin spent Sunday with riends in Jordan A S Rosedale left Monday morn- Ing for Louisville to attend a Grand Lodge meeting of the A F A M 3 drY jI LocaL Notesi Cotton li King Primary Nov 6 Subscribe for th+ Get old pipors xr 11 Souvenir Poll Car Jordan hat a new Go to the ilmtih nightThe new coal j I orderDont forget 0INov G- BerendesWhxsnew Get one Shaw 1 lteaw groceries Mrrjcr f Mai rtup again Mrs Mafjhn Par rr the tick hit Taw Cheer tuna s Itat this wbek- Protracted meet diet church hac ek Oce 11Ibusiness trip to M Mlu Rtltth theI- rom a viilt wjfl it r Tons They say ijifew herd winter 41 if says to 511Iltt4410a popular merobgwle w on iHMtnefs SatunUy Oscar etkiam r pent Sunday in hiss mother Mm Crm W WANTEDIwani two barrels ef sound w noT Deolc Courier Next Sunday mm Meth dM ahuroii t t proaeh M Chrkttan z Sd RttbortTO and M COfk tWppMn4lH Ml yi K Fulton were SMtrriiM ua i r LC Reeds of t Not and contents dea- fSaturday Estimated Frenchs show boat ec satfon gave a good It t- apart Monday night A attended Mrs Ed Uiohn all llz Jila tinsel of Frt t visiting theIr IlUlln n J Hcitwcck The Prebytcrkln CII will have servlotn r fourth Sunday by Rev n Sunday Sohwl at 10 4 At night 7 odlN k will be to Young men From of muslo Alt = pwtally cvaty year r Our friend Edwin VV u enldenoe in Union CV i- by fire The bulWin at 1200 Contents w ri Elder C K Haines ii- visiting Mr and Mrs this week Eld Hainr at Stubbs joliool housermorning and also Satar before When the tip of 3- cold i and moist that iitA feverish dry nose mf + with a dog And so wit d- lips Dry cracked aralips mean feverishness dwell 111 appearing To h ful pink velvetlike lip bedtime a coating of IiGreen Salve It will sof iboxff- cents Large nickel capped gla Sold and recenifallI dealers B T DA vis rttotrttin att situ Will practice in all Mathe State Office over I Randles store- HICKMAN KEMTI I jU I ores y flBf r u- sAS3IOET0JHJn 400 s ibM of the Fnll styles of Queen QOTHly Shies ft new Tto display is inslnisttve as an dXlJt1IItte the cor or faoUoHs which all America will later fee wearing it the favor of your Inspeatfeft entirely regardless of Jroifo It buy or sot t n Ii116 apfcilMl omphftstse the teat that Qtieon Pt rF in s otaK by themselves Thev exemplify 1 Mituty and tofleemeN of style the exceptional fitting r gi yuaMUot and the moderate piles for whlah the ii Sboe IMS long loco farnroas Anti whtah for yours HIM a salvo tor away IN ICON of alt other women world Qeon Quality hoes Inotade all kinds jrtirfia trio which all tool awl fancies can le accn hUv we Mt tare the ptoamre of showing theta USdawU4 This tote controls the exctastve 1 Baltzer Dodds Hickman Ky r Dorcim Items I I tlt st t have 7 IU FawWbi woxt t ttll v ned NOflit M8fi k maw bad ltoein- idil t4SMeseI1 Thrtya lIiI1 vttled Mrs w Iuvs fcii week 1 lfORl tMt Friday 1 Ile will llcari King i rout wpi the gftesitf A me IPfMRf evoNtag 1 r UtItf Clay y rust nl Janes I r rhk4lllrUlrtntn nabs fZ Jttr friends wrat to QrffltThurs bet lafkjer Mrs u itrri wand liar inlwester y loll for Dycrsburg ry hcwfll work In the e s3R Grave of lucks ub at Lfoust Grove 11er11s fe loft Tuesday for itewl the reunion of veterans who follow Civ11to uTlrree States Items I siokncsssIn went to New Madrid Uy harvestnwill be plentiful J s pent Saturday and fIllsi mother at Whiting r1 and Mao Galllghejr jt Irarlc last Saturdayi 1i1Wilson and Baker andK trIMondayP t weather has caused men to hustle as the IruiJti to a close fa i weekHIthIM r I enI almostii W If rV1f traveling men to a draingreyora finished to dayII i 300 350 I and loft for NOA- MWt had two kitting frosts hotl work U Made os Urink that winter had come Hot last few day haI ksrst Weal woaiher for all kind of wwMr mmlyIeD ehool Ware sorry to give them wp but wish thorn svoooss bt their Mew hemp Cktttn In this community Is late pickingMosti step wtn be made considering how cUe the seasoN before it was plant ed Dr HuWtanl made a piofessismlI trip here udwtek Mr Bettors worth accompanied him They were pleased with the otnlotkttt their farm they bought of Mr Rich ants last spring Booth Lowrey to Lecture iin Hickman On Nov a3 a leciHre by Booth Lowrey the noted platform lecturer of Jackson Miss will be given atI the Clly Hall under the auspices ofr the High School of Hickman College Mr Lowrey famous throughoh- Dixie Land and being highprioed was fortunately securedI by taking him on his tour from th SouthThe pupils primaty object In giv ing this high class entertainment to our people Iis to repay them in a smaller way for their hearty cooperation sympathy and assistance given to the College If any money is left after defray ing expenses it will be spent for artI productions from Italy from far Italyto decorate the walls of ih High School As Hickman is satisfied with noth lug but the best she will appreolat- the initructive humorous and en joyable lecture of Booth Lowrey The new engine for the power house has been shipped and will b installed as soon as it arrives I is a fast motion engine and one ofr thcbest made The company have decided not lo get a new dynamo yet A gentleman was here this week to look at the site for the new tout t house steps The city council has decided to build a new light of stops ThrtoursIut will IibeIi steps have been condemned and some new ones must be given place to the old ones It will probably be Iia December before they are built llocaL Motes I Some torn coming in Skating rink tonight Watch Hickman grow Wr need more residences Trlephune No 48 for coal I theJoKDr StloullLouisFerd buyInghorn lat week to Mr and Mrs John Ryan a boy Read Klliion Bnthers announcement tn this issue Keep sweet by eAting tame of the fudges at the K K vlllUnehtrI Capt Tyler In In Memphis at tending the reunion Not a vacant h tne In town That means something Peanut camlits at the K K Theyre good try them The guild will meet with Mis W A Dodds next week Miss Kfte Hall of Lowlsvllls IIir visiting nerds in Hlekman Rev H C Johnson and wife are visiting in Fulton this week Judge W A Htylor wilt ue to Fulton today on IwlcttoM1 Mr and Mrs Jas T Stephens are visiting in Jackson Tenn yenroldi 44F Kailey and funnily attended his State Fair at Nashville last weekJ F Bailey and MM Austin at I Undw the county fafr at Qloason TnaBrmfast week to Mr and Mts p Norraen neighbors of Rtpley Tenn a girl Best goods heat service lowest prices OH groceries at Shaw lJ net lertwoith Telephone lee Phatory Office phone no 41 for aeal Hlokman Iw and teal Co Mrs J Eo Williams or Cloason Tone visited her sister Mrs J F Kawcy last week Clarence Breer has comPHed a now rosUenoe In West Iilokmnn noon the railroad Y Dave Johnson of Clinton IsI here this soak in the interest of the Mutual Life Insurance Co Losta solid geld blue enameled gentlemans watch charm Finder please return to Henry Amberg Mr Goo Roberts to making some ImprevoiMitu and an addition to hu residence in WM Hickman The Hicknwn Bard went to Hunt ingdon Wednesday to furnish musk for the Huntingdon fair this week Willie Hays son of Mr Thomas Hays died alter a lingering Illness The remains were Interred at Mabel Mrs Bob Uotton of Tyler Mo Is attending the bedside of her sis teatn law Mrs Cote of least lUck man mothertsf Uncle Billy week at his home in the lower late tom oWe note improvements all over town Building painting and re patting all help to beautify the town All Woodmen arc requested to meet at the Lklge nail next Wed nesday as Important business is to be transacted atethe home of Mrs Maggie Randle tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock to yearcW A Dodds is building a resi dence In West Hickman for John Adams Mr Dodds has built a number of homes recently on his plantRosedale of East Prairie brobor is in town this week attending to the photograph gallery in the ab sence of his brother He will return home tomorrow The curfew law has been revived again The curfew whistle blows every night at eight oclock A good move the children ought to bee in at that time anyway el1rlvate music lessons given by Mrs J M Knaebcl graduate in teachers course at the Nashvill- Conservatory of music Terms 350 per month or twelve lessons 19tf At the gun shoot Wednesday af ternoon Ira Green won the medal IIUr Green also won the solver v cur Want Column WOIfIILNtAfNpill rw m NNW r FOR roomJFOR SALECood Brood Mare IIn foal CheaplI C Helm 19tf HOUSE FOR RENT in East Hickman 19tf G L Carpenter Pok SALE Good buggy and saddle horse buggy harness and saddle J Spradlln 19tf JlclcImule J J C Roper 18 WANTEDIwant to buy one or applesIILOSTA solid gold blue enan elect gentlemans watch charm Finder please return to Henry Am berg 19 righthindfoot Large hock on left hind knee White spot in forehead heavy fore top Return to Chas King STRAYBDOne sow with split IIn both oars And crop off both cars bobtail and has young pits Return or report same to me and rectivr reward J I Watson at Joint Stoc- kWANTEDMen and teams to haul logs and lumber and cut Umber pay9u0per 1000 feet for 3 12 mile lumber haul and 300 per 1000 feet for tog haul 1 mile and under This mill is near Reelfoot Lake in Lake CouutyWm Burnley Cronans yule Tern trophy given by the DuPoint Powder Co Mr Green broke 133 birds out of 150 Kdwin White had the tcend best average I rapidlyi bought9J000coming in at the rate of about 6000 pounds a day The gin itI running regularly Prices are S3 to 335 regularly The Hickman Grain Company has about mmaplltedlhdr n ew plant in machineryhasthought they will be In readiness to begin business A new automatic dumping device has been put in com crusher and shelter shuck baler and other improved machinery They will receive the new corn crop as it is brought to market Someone has asked if our occasional references to sidewalks and streets In the Courier would not be taken as trying to dktate to the City Council Veil we think not hint IIs we know that there Is not a thathasnest sense to take it in any such way They all know as is a fact that we are merely interested in the welfare of the community and only point out these little circumstances occasionally because it ought to be done both to bring the attention of the public and the City Council to themThe A P W Club organized for he coming winter at the home of Miss Dottie Davidson Two officers were elected Miss Grace Wilson was reelected president and Miss Dottie Davidson was elected cor responding secretary Six members were present and the home of Miss Lots Bartlett was selected as the next meeting place The members are as follows Lois Bartlett Nell Bonduranl Annie Cow ill Dottie Davidson Marguerite Fuqua Mag EmmaTyleror Lillian Choate There was a little excitement at the depot Tuesday afternoon While some of the crew were working under the passenger engirt No 261 in some way the throttle worked open and the engine began backing down the incline used for loading sand One of the negroes who works in the yard got on the engine to slop it but got excited and jumped off and left it It struck the sand run way used for loading sand demolish ing the cab on the engine The jar reversed the engine and she started back up the incline and when it got nearly to the depot one of the negroes got on and attempted to stop it but reversed the lever instead of dosing the throttle and it started back down the incline The negro jumped off When engineer Housley got to it it ofethe track and but for the sand and the timely arrival of Mr Housley prevented its running In the river The cab was patched up so that the engine could be run into Nashville that night V r THE NEW FIRM L PandWS Ellison Con tinue Business Under Firm Name of Ellison Bro Just a month igo the Ellison Mer cantile Company a corporation iin which L P Ellison and W S Ell ton were the principal stockholders was forced to make an assignment because unable to meet some maturing bills The step was taken after mature deliberation as the best plan on the part of Messrs Ellison who if they could not pay everyone in full desired to pay every creditor in the same proportion Mr B T Davis the assignee took possession at once and made a complete in ventory of the stocks of merchandise The good condition of the stocks and the absence of odds and ends and remnants was commented on by many persons who had business in the store while the inventory was being ta enA meeting of the creditors was promptly called in St Louis for Sept 26 which was attended by creditors representing five sixths of the indebtedness It was the unaninoui opinion of all present that the as signment might have been avoided and that an extension of time for payment would bave been readily granted if it had been asked for The creditors present unanimously agreed that if Messrs Ellison could pay one third of their indcbtness in cash that time for the payment of the valance would be extended They propose to pay every cent of every dollar they owe As a testimonial of the esteem and confidence in which Messrs Ellison arc held by their creditors we can point to the fact that this agreement has been accepted by every creditor whose claim exceeded 2500 and that the aggregate of claim held by creditors refusing is not 100 The creditors bringing bankruptcy pro ceedings to be dismissed Since theSt Louis meeting Messrs Ellison have been making every effort to raise the money for the cash payment They had friends in St Louts willing to help and who have assisted them in securing money there They have been asking their friends here who were indebted to them on account if possible to come In and pay at once owing to their present urgent need of money We are glad to announce that they are almost al the point of success The Ellison Mercantile Co AS a cor poration is to be dissolved and the business with full and complete stocks will be continued by L P and W S Ellison under the firm name of Ellison Bros So near completion are the arrangements that B T Davis the assignee has sold to them the entire stock of goods of the Ellison Mercantile Co anti they have a buyer in the city markets this week purchasing a complete stock of goods- In every assortment suitable for the seasons trade Further discription on this line would be advertisement from we refrain at this place However we are indeed glad that Messrs Ellison con continue inbusi fleas and not have their assets slaughtered in the bankruptcy proceedings and themselves left strand ed high upon the sand bar Their assets are worth many thousand dollars more than their liabilities The extension of time given will enable them to pay cash for every thing they may buy and their ability as merchants is considered by every body Their assets will enable them to meet their deferred payments promptly and asking no odds from any ne i they will conduct their busintss with their old time care and energy to a successful conclusion and every creditor will be paid in full WoodlandMille W T Felts Iis on the sick list Mr E Pardue was here Sunday Wedding bells will ring again soon Miss Caroline Burma is very sick The little baby of Dr Burma is sick Miss Murel Harper was here MondayMiss Zola Bradley was in Union City Wednesday Mrs Moze Glover of this city has- been dangerously ill The bam of Kato Davis was burned Monday morning The little daughter of O A Kennedy has been real sick W P Maddox is in Nashville having his eyes treated Miss Fannie Braifield spent Tues day night with Miss Artie Logan Mrs Eugene Farnell of Union City is visiting Mrs Tom Thomas Miss Mozelle Brassfield visited Miss Mary Burrus Saturday night Mrs M D Wheeler visited her sister Mrs H B Threlkeld Sunday W H Saunders and S E Cross pent the day in Union City Tues dayMri lamllywereCurlinSunday Our little town is thriving as the result of the Woodland Grain company opening Monday TomThomasatHickmanMrs J D Maddox entertained the L C S last Wednesday All the members were present Mrs MargaretLynnserved frappe in the hall An ice course was served in the dining room All the guests reported a nice time yhomewas the scene of quite a pretty wed ding when her daughter Miss Min nie was united IN marriage to Mr Judson D Swafford Before the ceremony Mrs Porter sang Oh Promise MM The bridal party came down the stairway and entered the parlor to the strains of Mendelssohn wedding marchwhich was played by Miss Jennie Burma Rev Steigler in A few very impres sive words performed the ceremony after which the bridal party repaired- to the dining room The bride was attired in a beautiful creation of J Paris muslin and Valenciennes and carried an arm boquet of brides ros es and ferns Mrs Swafford was one of Woodlands most popular young ladies and will be greatly missed both in society and religious circles Mr Swafford is from Tex as is a young man of high moral worth and is worthy in every re spect of the fair young bride he has won They left Thursday for Tex as where they will reside 4 Itr+rH + I + ++ I I ++ t r- OVER THE DARK RIVER tit I I I I t tit 1 +++++++++++ Mr George Efmger died at his home on Moulton and Wnbash streets Sunday afternoon at five oclock and was buried at the city cemetery Monday afternoon Mr Efinger was known by almost every citizen of this community He was born in Wurtenburg Ger many April 17th 72 years ago his father was a gunsmith and he began to learn the trade under his father coming to this country to Cincinnati about 54 years ago He remained in Cincinnati and came to Hickman about 49 years since Three years later he was married in Hickman to Miss Susan Meacheam who besides four children survives him His sole occupation for 25 years or more was gunsmithintj until he began working at the wagon factory some 25 years ago and at which place he worked until a short time before his death He suffered a stroke of heart trouble some weeks before his death i faom which he never recovered He was a good citizen respected and liked by all who chanced to know him As a mechanic he could hardly be surpassed He was a member of the Catholic Church The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Minch at the Catholic ChurchHickman regrets to lose such a citizen as Mr Efinger for such citi zens are blessings to a community and their loss is keenly felt The family has the sympathy of the entire community and of all his friends wherever he was known R T Harris better known as Dick Harris died Saturday October 13 The remains were interred in the City Cemetery Sunday morn ing at 10 oclock Mr Harris was widely known not only in Hickman but throughout the county j had lived in Hickman twentythree years coming to this place from near Statetville N Ct at which place he was born about 1857 He has been employed in the livery business since coming here having begun in the barn of his cou sin the late Dr A A Paris and has eer since been employed at the same barn with the exception of a short time Dick had many friends here and elsewhere who regret to learn of his death His only rela tives are Mrs Parker Mrs Dr W M Bright Mrs Fowlkesof Caruth ersville and Mrs A A Faris fam ilyA complication of diseases was the cause of his death He was a member of the Old School Presbyte rian Church Peace to his ashes y Lasy Busby died a few miles fromii town this week of malarial fever He leaves three children their mother having died only a few weeks since Card of Thanks We desire to thank our neighbors jj- and friends for kindness and sympathy shown us in our late bereavement God bless them Mrs Susan Efinger and children sM- H nr t II OiL T P Renton Contracting and Hauling Anything Anywhere Any tlnl Telephone 30 STKVK STA1IR LIVERY FELL arI SALE STABLE Splendid Tsr t reasonable prices Phi re No 104Irar HEARSE 500 iIttt EXPERT TINNER- I I have Mcurtxl the Mrvkes of Mrtt J M Knaebel an Expert TIMer and Plumber solicits gipatronageTin and Sheet Metal work of a tar kinds ALL WORK FIKST CLASS Quick service Reasonable ratesIt I Estimates cheerfully furnished I I R B BREVARD j HICKMAN KEWTUCKT I r I Say Mr Man aint you hungry If so callat George Ed a monds lunch coun ter and let him cook you a firstclass lunchL ofany kindjJ 1 Cash Boot Store I i ttyleuJid Selection I NEW lOOKS STATQNERY NOTION cJ Call anelsce our Stock Every tiling up to late- 1lrAlty BKIIENDKH Co LottrdHuiioj I Groceries Ba ware i I fresh Keats8In I taQc1 Fted Stare A sn6s CHASE 4 SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS c Bring the news to this office are always glad to have our sub J scribers send or bring us items of news K each one of our large Ustii of readers would give us one item parin er but politics and we shall be thankfn It has fallen to the lot of the twriterto travel up and down this broad commonwealth to a con siderable extent both in search of business and pleasure and without an attempt to flatter the good peopleI of this section it can be truthfully said that no town of equal size has til yet been found that equals our own little city in1r a +I ++++ af+I ++ +4of of t W +of I tt HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I I II I I I I +1 I I A good book and a good woman are excellent things for those who know how to appreciate their value There are men however who judge theirCcovering The quotations Yon have flowers for me scatter them In my pathway while I Jive that I may enjoy their beauty and Inhale their fragrance contains a beautiful sentiment and csriain It is that we are apt to forget the living and keep oar affections pent up to be poured out only after death For those that have gone we can do nothing hut for the living we own do much aide dont JNrt and got acquaint ed with yoong mon your parents know soothing about Do not sit in Ute parr making worsted dogs wed alll soh trash while your dear mother Boas trotting around the sasses allt day with the help of owe girl to do Ute work of six and going with a sbftbby old bat sea cloak that you rls may wear silk drsosos etc 1 girl I When those buy hands e loWed qnittly over that loving heart that has ceased to heat yoor hearts will ache and you wilt think if mother would only come hack she weald be loved and petted as never before Now wade yon have her fart try it ass just run up and kiss her and ten her to put on her things and take a walk In the sweet morning air that you will keep house and see if she would look up and smile Try it girlJIf every child staid be properly religiouslyrvery few generations would sufficei to bring about the millennium and if the foundations of a lifelong cheerfulness could be at the same time laid by affording to all children full opportunities for innocent enjoyment what a merry millennium It would be That being out of the question let us do the best we can Away with the tribe of humbugs who put children into straight Jackets who would cram them in school and ItIMake knowledge attractive to them let them frolic unrestrainedly His name is not Solomon There are many things that he does not now Remember that he is only a boy You was a child once Call to mind what you thought and how you felt Give that boy a chance Keepnear to him in sympathy Be his chum Do not make too many cast iron laws Rule with a velvet hand Help him have augood time Answer his foolish questions Be patient with his pranks Laugh- at his lakes Sweat over his conun drums Limber up your dignity with a game of ball or a halt days fishing You can win his heart utterly And hold him steady in the path that leads higher up That boy has a soul and a destiny reaching high above the mountain peaks He is worth a million times his weight gold Much of the pleasures of social Intercourse depends upon a strict observance of the little courtesies and amenities of life Too many save their sweetest smiles and choicest words and nicest attentions for strangers while their friends are put off with the most meager crumbs of consideration and politeness WeThis is nothing but a miserable I piece of acting and whoever the role is bound to be found out sooner or later It is in the home that allthat is best in life should be diffused There should be kindness andgloving forethought Not to stran gers but to the near and dear ones should the treasures of life be cite tributed Then when one goes ou into the world he is his own natural self When he does a noble deed or gives to others an elevating thought he but gives expression to a nature enriched by the cultivation of the pure and good and true Depend upon it that there Is babi in manners as well as in tastes an Doit Suffer fallnight longs from toothache ureJievl or rheumatism Slqeovis Diivinxeivtkills the pain quiets the nerves rand induces sleep- At All dealers Price 25c 50c bHOO Dr Er SSIotxrs BoslorMnssUSA sacral One cannot DC a boor at his own fireside and a gentleman at his neighbors One cannot be s tender charitable lympathttfa wo man abroad If she is a snarling querulous creature In her own heMeII Do yea know tint the world te fall of ktiMtaesc that never was spoken and that is trot muck bettor than MO triednee at alt The wet tn the stovt sawthere are pile of falling trecsityfjig on rook wed on top of Milt whgre nobody caw get theta those do hotI make anybody warm You might freeae to death for want of wood in plain sight of those tattoo trees If you hai M means of getting the wood home and making a fire of It ust so in a family love nuke parents and children the brothers and sisters happy But If they take care never to say a word about It iIf they keep it a profound secret as if it were a crime they will not be much happier than if there was net any love among them the house will seem cold even in summer and iIf you true there you will envy the dog when youoall him poor fellow LFrrWE forgetDabIs restless cant sleep at night wont eat cries spasmodi dolly A bottle of Whites Croa Vermifuge never falls to cure Every mother should give her baby White Cream Vermifuge So many times when the baby is pale and fretful 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 If You Get Beat Twice Blame Yourself- In an attempt to divert suspicion from himself the pickpocket joint in the throng and calls Stop thief I as loudly as anyone Look through toe mall order catalogues and you will raid that practically all of them will tell you that they arc the chea est place to buy that they have the best facilities They will intimate that the other fellow is the one to avoid if you do not want to get skinned that it is the other fellow that handles tne trash When a dog bites you the firs time blame the dolt If he bites you again blame yours tf If the mall order house gets the best of you once blame them If they do iit again blame yourself for giving them the opportunity HI there is one logical reason wh you should patronize out of town me r chants there are a hundred reasons why you should give your home merchants the preference feaIt while climbing the steep path of life that his burden was heavier than his heart could bear But we must ever look upward and never falter If we will renew our hope and con tinue in our route our ambition will at last be crowned with success It dayhasI ttrue but cverydayjoys We arc only drinking out of that mixed cup which Providence has prepared for all Mrs Daisy Wade Joyner and little Cityd State Line Items Mr Mark Conim iis on the sick lilt Ltc Maddox watt M Union City Saturday W J Madtftx went to Hkkma Saturday formers are tansy sewing wheat this week The bejrt time to make hay lla hlle the sun tfatnot T C Maddox went to HTakman on business Saturday P R Shaw made a eaH scar U ion Chy Sunday afternoon LKtle Miss Mary Prather Is re ported to have typhoid fever Mr H B Thrtlkeld was In this vtetwtty on business Tuesday IMIH Lena ThrelkeW is expediod home soon from Arlington Ky Mrs J M Reid of HIekrran was a business visitor near here last weekMr and Mrs A M Shaw ami Sot are in Nashville this week alUndlng fairMr and Mrs J M Lynn visited the formers parents at Murray Ky last week MtmHerraon Sunday owing lathe faflvre of the pastor to be present L C Maddox delivered a nice herd of hogs to Jones and Alexander at Woodland Mills Tuesday Miscos Jennie and Luoy Burrut attended the SwaffordAlexoader wedding near Woodland Mills Tues nightMessrs Jas Maddox Elmer Threl keld and Richard Prather attended the SwaiferdAlexander wedding Tuesday night Mr and Mrs T A Prather Sr returned team Parts Tenn Thurs day where they have been attending ConventionpThe telephone business is im proving rapidly in this neighborhood There are about ten new subscribers this side of the KyTonn Line at present tA MOST WORTHY ARTICLE When an article has been on the market for years and gains friends every year It it safe to call flat medicine a worthy one Such iIs Ballards Horehound Syrup It positively cures coughs and allI therAla sayst For five years my family has not been troubled with the winter coughs we owe this tto Ballards Horehoune Syrup I know it has saved my children from man sick spells Sold by CoagII Drug Store and Helm Ellison UU U PRICE HOUSE Mrs I D Price Prop Rate 100 Per Day Accommodations firstclass Con travelIngYour rates by the week patronage solicited Hickman Kentucky 1 IIlc WZ 1111 i ColdcoldYOt1LL T1ZXD Coalcoako Kentucky Straight Lump 340 per 2000 pounds delivered Pittsburg Medium Lump 3O8per 12000 pounds delivered Pittsburg Straight Lump 425 per 2000 pounds delivered loryOfficeI We positively handle the very best grlulrs of Pittsburg and Kentucky Coal and give 2000 pc ands to a ton Hickman Ice Coal Co Il7t drr ers MerclfitsI 1131t CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thnl wo offor to lopnttltonu Otlior n Itittotnants nro of aooowlury Important Wpon tii Guarantee we xoticyour juili iinnyt J A THOMPSON t IT BlfOHANAtf Praidont DIJREOTOesII TtJ 11 II Tlllll I kill llr J MIH in l U T A JKIrlOXU A I Will build y- ouANOMIE I i a4ctz WA4Y MflNrillY rAVMac s It will pay you to investigate this plant will interest you if you are paying rent I carry the only complete line of building material i hardware snih and door lobe found in the city M are right You be the judge call and see w A DCDDS tttttttirtrttttttttt i YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guarantee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains anl Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutter WJBARRYaHICKMAN KENTUCK J A Corron K W A- ADAMS vvv J V COTTON TianiuraZloofLnr Bt ara Fitting AU minds of Sanitary Work Keep in took nt nil times Htovo Boards oi11II I Collar kings Stavo Shovoln Illnok Silk Stovo Pollt on earth Make specialty of rupturing stud pultn JoutteJoints1 J glvo all lkk personal atUmlion rind giinruntoo BiUiHfiiution u X M Better Printing For Less Money yi THE COUPIEPIJ Mf