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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cr All I YIMIIYN 41 II wo 11 THE HI6KMAN COURIERPuuo 11s Caairctal Wagon up 1hx Nu rat Succsa hasTb Courtrr S ilruio tergon Old Men cad Lets Hitch Up I r HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 1006IIBTABW8IIEDIHIIEDI xo TIIE not YEIE 1160 ti 1104 matt tf Manx irOur Mens and Young Mens 1250 and 1500 Suits UR that onnnot bo nmtohod nmn and win mako us ninny tumors this godson Thoyro t Itt inspiro nnd merit your t givo lasting tliful sorvioo mado of wars I cnashnoroa in tho BOIIROMS nrots at 1250 and 0 Trading nl Home len numerous artw i I the subject of flumeM and by the arm arc truly good worth the passing at r Kxxl aretts whloh we think P notice of our readersr I atalogue comes from L L r r house draw an 1 io Mens and Boys Underwear Mats hoary Floacod and Rib bed Underwear nn excellent vnluo at per garment r 50c Bottor qimltffto in wool and cotton plain ribbed or wool lOOt Belnt per gnriiiont 3 1 to 150 Boys Undorwonr separate gnr mantis and union suits honey floeo od and ribbed per garniont 25c 35c and SOc JI easy chair to the table whore the light will shine full upon the page and put on your glnates that no bargains may escape your eyes What a wonderful book It is to be sure I Wonderful for what It does not contain as well as what it does You will miss some things you would be glad to see Where is their offer to exchange goods or pay cash for your wheat Data corn beans butter fgt and hay1I1 How much do thoy pay far cattle I shcop and hogs f o b at your dew pot l now muoh tax will they pny to support your schools and educate your children for improving roads and brWgc the support of the poor I of your country I for the expense of running the township county and l 4 r Are oreador the game r I F r r Boys Clothing I Suits tint boys will bo proud to own suitfl that will ploaso tho par outs ron owned for their wearing and qualities built of sorvioablo inatorialH neat patterns all Hoams roonforced and ovary suit guarantuod to givo satisfaction or your mono rofundodl Youll Jiko tho suits and fair prices 150 to 600 stale 1 On what page is their offer tte contribute money to the church ii- II What line of orodlt will they ex tsnd to you when your crops arc poor and money gone when throug illness and misfortune you are nolt able to sand cash with your order for your groceries clothing farm r tools crockery stoves and ranges i l lWhere is their offer to contribute waIiIf SJw p r4ll r Jf 811t1 rely hin OR for pleasure or for whatever you do in the great game your clothes are a most important item You may win or lose according to the cut your or the fit ofyour coat Dont take any chances Were j offering you Hart Sehaffner H Marx clothes and that means the tbest clothing made today Every fabric they use is allwoolI the t tailoring is perfectly done the styles ore correct guaran tee a fit I Cojiyrifht by SdmfHiar I loIIQdonconlll 1500 servicogiving business garments andwe I SMITH AMBERG to your entertainment next year I What did they do last year In short will they do anything to provide a market for what you have to sell and thereby keep up the I value of your estate Will they do anything for the social church school or goverument support or do they take the dollar out of the com munitywith no returns except the goods you buy sw All Homl of Flo rsholm Shoos There is a dif ference between the Florsheim hoes and others There Is one real way of prov ing itwear the shoe Discov erable Merit is what we C3l1thi- sdlfCerencelt is the actual wearing of the shoe that brings out its true qualities PRICES S4 SS and S6 I I IPiles quickly and postively cured x OintmentShoops Magic Its made for Piles alone and it does the work surely and with sat isfaction Itching painful protrud- Ing or blind piles disappear like magic by its use Large Nickel jt Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold + and recommended by all dealers Harry Matson of State Line was r in town Monday Is t- M 4 y tJ t- j r 7 i4t Ja I I ELLISONBROSI 4 This store is now ready with complete stocks of the seasons newest seasonable goods And we wish especially to call your attention to the low prices marked on everything The prices quoted below will give you a general idea of the re ductions from usual prices which we have made throughout the stores It r You are cordially invited to call and inspectIlit Cloaks EmpreuBrandand Wraps and have just received a complete as sortment of the seasons newest garments These we have marked at mush less than the usual figure Very handsome all wool kersey coats latest cut extreme lengths in black tan and castor at 16 12 and 10 Very nobby fancy coate in the new gray and brown plaids and mixtures correct cut and lengths 5 6 and 750 Misses Childrens and Infants cloaks in great variety A special bargain for 3 We have a limited number of garments carried over from last season which we have marked at bargain prigs far below actual value A rare chance it you want a good cloak for little money Skirts We have just received a new line of the famous Howard Skirts justly celebrated for the perfect fit and hang of the garment Have marked them much less than usual Very handsome skirts latest style that sell I everywhere for S7 and S750 for G Complete line of stylish skirts made ot new ser viceable materials from 5 to 175 WAISTS- A nIce line of Ladies Shirtwaists in the newest styles A very pretty waist made of new mercer ized Plaid waistings at 175 Mercerized fancy and black sateen waists at 50 and 75c Novelties The new things this season in Ladies Neckwear Belts Bags combs Etc are prettier and daintier than ever and ve are showing a select collection of the most popular novelties in all these lines And we offer thorn nt the extremely low prices of5c 10c 2550c Ladies Belts quite an assortment of the latest things samples 50c Bolts for 25c vBrietyTurnovers effects etc 5e lOc 2550c Plain and mounted Back and Side t Combs lOc to 75c Gloves We have to offer a special assort of drummers samples of Kid Gloves assorted colors and sizes Suede and Glace worth from 1 to 2 a pair for 75 and 50c Ladies and misses Golf Gloves in plain colors and fancy effects a varied assortment 50 and 25c Childrens Bud Infants Gloves at from 10 to 25c Hosiery HosoioryBnrgaintreble knee double solo and fast black all sizes usually sells for 15o straight we oiler 2 pr for 25c Extra heavy wide ribbed Boys hose that sell usually for 25c for 20c Ladies heavy fleeced hose for15c Ladies wool hose in block or grey per pair 25c Millinery Our millinery offerings consist of an Immense and varied assortment of high grade Trirfmed and Gold Medal Tailored Hats just purchased at greatly reduced prices and will enable every wo man to secure just the sort of hat her tastes prefer at about half the usual figure For example we offer the latest things in trimmed and tailored hats worth Sato S7SO for 350 to 150 We offer quite an assortment of the latest shapes in Street Hats al colors worth np to 3choice for 1 to 50c All kinds of Caps etc in all the sew ideas for infants and childrens wear alt at popular and low Prices 25 50 and 75c all Goods We are new a idiot assortment of the seasons newest dross In woel fabric you can fad any shade of the Sergec Batlsles broadcloths Panamas Henri both and mixtures We are beautiful shadow serge tl2S per yard 1 Mercerized watattogs very handsome oat for waists in the sew plaid effects per yatd25c NEW PLAID SUITINGS- An Imrarnse of in aH the new pi rid eawWnatten that sell for 12 12 and ISe per yard10c I weett- ttttaeraCLOTXZNG Our stock of Mens Young Mens Boys and Childrens fine tailormade clothing is entirely to large and in order to reduce the stockquickly we made great reductions Mens Suits Including our entire stock of Now Fall Pun hOBos just ro coined of Mens Fine Suits in the latest cuts doublo and single breasted made of the now Fancy Mixtures and Plaids strictly all cloths We offer choice of Any 2500 Suit for 1750 Any 15OO Suit for 1050 Any 750 Suit for Childrens Suits Wo havo an immense assortment of Childrens Oiotlhing all sizes and to reduce the took at once We offer choice of Any 600 Suit for 450 Any 500 Suit for 375 Any 400 Suit for 300 Any 200 Suit for 150Any 150 for100Overcoats Including our largo assortment of uptodato Coats just received in order to make certain and sure the reduction of this stock we offer right now at tho beginning of tho season the following Remarkable ConcessionsA- ny 2500 Coat for 1750 Any 1500 Coat for 1050 Any 750 Coat for475 Underwear Infants Wrappers 10 and15c Rubens Infants Wrappers 25c Childrens Union Suits sizes 350 quality for 25c Ladies Union Suits good quality 50c kind40cLadies Union Suits fine quality regular COo values 50c Ladies vest and pants separate splen did values 25 35 and 50c I I f Dress showing very fabrics popular tioths ettas plain fancy showing plaid worth assortment these popular tutttngs fabrtos wally have wool 475 Knit Goods KnitShawlsvalues fo- rx100 nndFnsoinutorsBig lot of warm Fascinators in nil colors worth up to 50c clioice25c- All wool Knit Skirts blnokrednavy or groy 125 values 100 Splendid Knit Skirts wool and mix ed woolworth up to flI for 5Oc u L Silks The very latu t pattornB in rfJly handsome satin sttitpofil pies waists pur yardIr J 1 30inoh hlaok TflJfoUl Silk rtotal to wear food qualtty aItI mslls ovurywhero in this griulo for 1- Iwr 1 yard 1 AH tho plain shadow in extra quality UinohIafletn50and 75c Flannels and Outings Complete static of weal IHannete In all White roil bhte grey brawH etc at h- Ie S1 per yard Alt wool Naiads in alt colors at wit OUTINGS Seed Sating Flannel aU 5 and Oc Hey OUltg Ftennel lip tae at 71- fea1 y Otrttags light ami Hack usually IP 12 111 lOc Fine thtak tfrenon Oalfags Klmoaa patterns 1St muMty for lie Blankets and Comforts Strictly nil wool Springfield du j blankets finest qoality uxtra large 111 size soils usually for 75u HirA 650 Same Uhinkut til lud1 size u i for 1 r 550 Fancy soft wOrm qoiton Hla feel like flue wool full sisa 160 for 125 Good size cotton Blankofc for GOc Full size Comforts regular 1lInI for75cHouse Furnishings Our line of House Funhhlngs Is very r T- In all departments Floor Coverings Ruf Curtains Window Shades Quilts Table I Towels Napkins Etc all marked at m u than the usual price A special bargain in Table Linen mercerized and Red Damask worth JS f an assortment of patterns atWMnM25 and 30c An immense assortment of white Ling coven center pieces and lunch cloths w to 150 plain and fancy drawn work scllaat q 36 75 and DOc Notions Our stock of notions of all kinds was nl rcomplete and you will find that in most cas either sell the same article for less mone better article for the same money than yc get In other stores A big lot of brushes hair brushes and t brushes etcworth SOc 7Scj 1 choice 50c Toilet Soap exrra good quality 3 cakesu box for lOc Large 10Inch Dolls lOc size for 5c- t How People Get Rich vt r stopped to think how much tnt ney other people R they get it 1 Do you kneW how they got rich 1 eta men and in each case you will find that some r v teamed how to make a little money do a whele lot sow they haye big Incomes you 4o the santo There Is no use in expecting to count in a bank where you will draw 3 per cent per An ever did Have you ever stopped to think with j have that you could in a few years buildup your r a rich man 1 Will you let me tell you how to do it 1 YOUR OPPORTUNITY t the boott tConcrete Machines on the market a will i ppljr ugreatest neeeoslty known to the build hr 4MMml fir those machine Ils Irtereadng so fast I vc more capital to handle the bwrtneM For this iooarpoffclwg a company The capital stock will be- u1C4 Into haras of 10 each Yw can buy thus JIH a roIM a few years it will be worth SIOO- I MY GUARANTEE iiitec pm 15 per asm on every dollar you Invest and hMitMtoil at any time I wHI uy buck the stock attics oft a shore If Y come in with me on thit to be fjpttle abot It Yes can buy this stock for r iiaotolfmoflt plait Addrese aft correspondence and ctasAe i JOHN HENDERSON- P O Box 105 Nashville Tennessee sW Luten Will Move Mere et Cayce will to BMtunan next urchnfwl the SORry xrrye Troy Arose- uu a 0o4 mss and We welcome them C General Freight Agent Dead x foMrat freight rville Chttttanoof r M dial at Nash r tn exUfHiwi IMUC- Mtxtyiw years oW w Ie the oMoit generalI point of strvfee In- v He entered Ute hiIo CURnHP lrOAei In 1160 and iretfijrt agent in- ii i a MRS of strong out tenacity of pur strong keltover in iDony Many of hiss have preceded him 1 oiid and latterly his 17 m largely with the ration He always Mini interest in this ton of railroad men come the memory x will be cherished deration and reopeo- t2ht Psalm of Today is my shepherd II htI any good thing ampaign He leadeth f aloon for my votes th my pockets with Ty glass of beer run lIe preparcth my ticketsT p presence of my better rattho I go through J rain to vote for himself hoarse when he is r uKhtway he forgellelh w t 1 moot him in his office e A ih me not Surely the kin pulled over mIce eyes1 1sOf my life dJImg session in East St c rrday the American So iiulty adopted resolutions r rf the government crop re J wa i asicing Congress to dis L Jc them I DR J D SMITH of Paducah1 AntiLicense Prohibition Candidate for Congress The war u hill two evil n n shoot it death with your n4- Thewayaperpet e D ate an eve to to reeD UU reMr and pro II IIAdI n with your vte J If YOU WANT Tilt TRAmC DCST rrovLC I WANT YOUIC VOTE Peter Hefner who bas for years boom engaged IIn the tattering bud sole in Union O1y hat moved his MtabMihment to Poplar Btulf Mo Capt W N Hnghoe Roenrting oUcor of the U S Army has M laMttbod a reorvling ttatttn in Ilsjkman over Rises slue store with Corporal F H Dodge In charge Best goods best service lowest prices on groceries al Shaw Bet terswarth Homeseekers Round Trip Rates to the South at greatly reduced rates on the Ant 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 rater condition and train timet but par ticular attention Is herewith coiled 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 fire works 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 AG P A Memphis ChicagoIS Fifteenth Amendment Mui- Go says Vardaman Announcement of a carefully planned campaign to secure the repeal of the fifteenth amendment to the constitution of the United States that gives the negro equality with j the white man as citizen MixIalaippiweek while attendIng the railway surgeons convention I Gov Vardaman who iis seeking cJcclton to UM Untied States Senate declared that It ho wrn a member ship in iheupfKc house of congress he would make his fiRM on the floor of that body belie velng that he had the support of the entire South He Misled that a crisis in the relation of the races in the SouthernI statues was at head and that the orItoI favor utMpialfflMlly andwith out reserve the abrogation of the fifteenth amendment to the con stltnlion saW Lei Yardman noel ft IsI my hope through the United State to demomlrale to the nation thud those fe only one prec heal way of selUwf this matter anti that fc by plainly showing the negro his proper place IIn oar system of government The ratej oilo meet be settled and that very soon It cannot be disposed of however nnin the patios at a whole has boon con vinced that there fe a disttaottoi be Iween Ute white and the Mack The laws now speoMcally reoog Mac the ilttYerente between the white mn and the Imifen the Chinaman the IsojHliao or Ute aiIgap between the wMU scam and the negro I Thencfroe in the South are becoming more criminal every day Notwithstanding the roRtlon of dollars we have spent In attempting to educate them they are beooming more dkrotpecuJiit of law and more animal like m tnolr abatnelers and doilies How wflt th abrogation of the Aftaonlh amcnilmenl change con diHooMwasatlced It will simply place the negro whore he belongs repHod the gov ernor The criminal inslinol which fe daily becoming m tfC ram pant is an outcropping of the desire lo attain social omiallly osleron by the present Ivgal omraLty the a mendment recogniM and compels It I got to the scat there wWI be an oppottimity to speak to the entire nation The North will know what the South already knows that tile climax of the situation is at hand It will lime to appreciate that Tho Jfferson was not speak I lAg of the negro when he said that I nit men were created tree and 0411 He know then that the negro WM ac mere chattel1 I How soon do you oxpoot this crisis 1 It Is nearly due said OnII Vardaman The matter el white supremacy or black domination in the South is at fever hOB and the sooner the North and West realize I this the better It will be for the nation ALWAYS WAS SICK When a man says he always was sick iroublod with a cough that lasted all winter what would youII think if he should sayhe never was sick since useing Ballards hore hound Syrup Such a man exists I Mr J C Clark Denver Colo I rado writellIIFor years I was troubled with a severe cough that would last all winter This cough left me in a miserable condition I tried Ballard Horehound Syrup and have not had a sick day slice Thats what it did for meForI sale by Cowgills Drug Store Helm Ellison Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Htckman Ice and coal Co Mrs Nina Lynn and Miss Jones of near State Line were in town i trading last week J W Morris was in Fulton last week o jr tA Busy Place Richmond jc Bond Co Oil MHU I Here the Jtlon seed from this county Missouri and Western Tennessee is compressed made lute oil ar l meal and all over the country They run day and night shippedIlarge number of men Such ai this makes Hickman what I 1 E Vin f J New railroads 1111l I The agony wilt end next Tuesday Join the Hickman Dont Worry Mule De honest when it is the best policy A stuttering man seldom loves a parrot Take nog marJ wIsKbone when he lsedows Do no man Hyflu do do him good If yes sstilfce jmeke your friends Olgan tIt plenty till beware of poor relative III Co to church ami gowge the den MM on all ttoak I Save money porbsp others will let you save theirs The good die young or before ffemiHarily breeds contempt Steal only within the Kentucky statutes made and provided It looks new like an editor will never be killed In a railroad wreak Where duos the man who gives you something for nothing get off When a colored deacon prays lor- a chicken his prayer is usually an swered Marry eftfiv fur 10veWt see to it that yM love a girl with a bank account Hfenoryour father and your mother beOCute it keeps the neighbors from talkingI Never gtmMe except when you have the other follow skinned in the preamble I Some Mrs leek well oat well and drink wen and yet enjoy poor health an the time The man that always does his best will not be compelled to await his reward in heaven Some women are so stingy they dont lean back in their carriage for tear of wearing off the nap Hickman has nurCew law and chit dron that formerly went to bed at 6 oclock remain up until S If you arc a member of the town council remember the Lent helps UiQM who help themselvesI Strange isnt It that some of Htakmans selfmade men didnt put more hair on the tops of their heads Eullon County farmers who have the longest hayrack and the tallest binding pole always hitohe their outfit crosswise of the street Many a man Is in jail for stealing that which he could have purchased on credit and for which he never would have paid but we have more respect for the former UNCLE FULLER Mr and Mrs J N Hudson were called to Hickman Wednesday by a message announcing the serious illness of Mra Hudsons brother Mr N J Corum They returned home yesterday leaving Mr Corum some belter Clinton Gazette r tflJ1 0ffT ITit Bits True as Gospel- If I there is any great question pres sing for solution the influence of which is to affect the homelife the women of our city arc ever on the alert to see that It is correctly solved Thus working theyve formed a nucleus around which have been erect ed institutions that stand as a living monument in their defense ot the home All ban then to the queen ly whitesouled women of this com munlty When you want a good job of printing done Just take your copy to a printer and tell him to do you a good Job and he will If you think you know more about the business than he doom and select your paper and instruct him what type to use and all the little details you will Got a botch job A printer working under instructions from one who knows nothing about the business no matter if he is an expert cannot get out a neat Job We are pleased to see so many of our citizens taking pride in their homes The word home next to that of mother IIs the greatest ever uttered by human tongue What a refuge the home is when the dark ness gathersI How glad one iis to get a glimpse of home when time and space have separated him from it if even but for a brief period I There seems to be a good natured rivalry here In an effort to make our home look a Bottle n ar and thus be the more inviting to the occupants than all others Such rivalry is certainly pardonableSome ago a young married woman of our town whose name we emit made a curious blunder She put some eggs on to boll soon after breakfast one morning They were still on when he came home at dinner time Upon her husband asking what was in the saucepan she answered Eggs for your dinner They have been on since soon after breakfast I have tried them with a fork and they arc not boiled yet Hk astonishment may rather be bettor imagined than described And the mere mention of eggs now brings a rosy blush to her taco The best man we have in our town for the general good of the town iis the one you will always see on the front seat in the progressive band wagon He is the first one to extend an open and warm hand to greet the stranger and welcome him to the best town in the state He will re sent an Insult to our town as quickly as he would a slur at a member of his family He very politely invites the chronic croaker to move on He Iis ever ready to give his just piopertion to every public enterprise lie talks up our town at heme and abroad and believes It the best place upon Gods green earth in which to live and desires to be buried here when he dies Let us all try and be like this man for one year and our little city will take on new life and improve as never before in its history B T DAVIS ttornci ut mv Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Led ford Randles store- HICKMAN I KENTUCKY Hickman Realty Cot t i Buy and Sell Real Estate Build and Rent Houses If you are looking for a Real Estate Investment COME AND SEE US 1 If you want to buy lot to build or want a home on easy payments COME AND SEE US We offer on reasonable terms he following Real Estate e t for Sale One New Dwelling Desirably located on the hill in one of the best neighborhood in town Has five j rooms reception hall and a porch bath room and water l closet with hot and cold wa baseI WILL SELL OR REiT TO GOOD TENANT i One 5Room House On the hill adjoining the above Five rooms halls front and back porches bath room and water closet with hot and cold water Electric lights cellar and basement f One louse 4 Lots f In East Hickman now occu pied by good teneni Will sell at a bargain j 19 Houses and Lots In West Hickman all rent ed to good paying tenants Six of those are new just completed Have had from SEVEN TO Firrnx applica tions for each house before completion These houses will pay DIG iirT1 REST on the investment Will sell singly or as a whole on reasonable terms 50 Good Lots In West Hickman We of fer these in any way wanted singly or in blocks Are all well located with good streets and the demand for houses here cannot be filled They can be rented to good tenants at profitable rentals as fast as built To parties wanting a lot to build a home we will sell on easy terms with monthly pay manta One Choice Lot Desirably located one block from College An excellent location to build a home Farm Lands 200 Acres Fine Land In the bottom about 125 acres deadened and all could be easily cleared Will sell cheap 160Acre Farm- In bottom Fine land No better in the bottom About 60 acres Cleared Good houses and good tenants fr Will sell this cheap COME AND SGG US IIt W S EllisonManager I X11to tot i w I THE HICKMAN I I w r seine WC8PEER JO SEXTOS I tdltn ua 1rau ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR r CASH IN ADVANCE I Kntered at the tliokmnn Kentucky pcMtelTcn M wcond olium uinll mutter Friday November 2 1908 FELLOW DEMOCRATS Fellow Democrats this iIs our last Issue before the primary and ourI last opportunity to admonish you to remember the duty you owe your self your family your town and the honor and name of your state This duty as we have told you frequently Is to poll a vote next Tuesday Nov 6th that will bring the Itandtt ard of state government high abovett reproach that will elect a ticketII that will place in office men who have characters above reproach who are making a campaign that IIr clean honest and uprightmen whou will if placed in office conduct the affairs of that office in an honest upright legitimate way This is the class of men we need this is a class of men we have not now and a class of men that must be placed In office at the next election to keep the grand old state from deplorable shame and disgrace Gentlemen AttorneyGeneral NII B Hays is making the race fort governor He is making an honest race True he Is abused by his opponents but they dare not abuse his character nor his official record for they know that when they do so they are perpetrating the most infamous lies The question now comes for you to decide what sort of state government you want for another term If your conscience your manhood and your respect for yourself yoqr fam Ily and your loyalty to the demo cratic party and the grand old Com monwealth of Kentucky tells you you want an honest government vote for this man j and if your con science manhood respect and toy city tells you you do not want suchI do not vote for him for this is the government you will get if he is honored with this high office WATTERSON TALKS Col Henry Watterson having grown tired of the knocking of Gov Beckham who has missed noII opportunity to charge that the CourierJournal is fighting him fires a broadside into the Governor in Thursdays issue of the Courier Journal After pointing out that the Governor had no warrant for making such a charge Mr Watterson says It is his purpose to vote for Senator McCreary u If this is a crime says Mr Watterson the Governor may make the most of it but though the editor be hanged for it he will never contend that he iis an innocent and disinterested Democrat his allegations in his own behalf being three in number and as follows twit First that Senator McCreary is better qualified for Senator or for any other position of honor and trust than Gov Beckham Second that Senator McCreary being the sitting senator and having discharged the duties of Senator with distinction and fidelity it would be an act of ingratitude and folly on the part of the party he has served BO long and so well to turn him out Third and finally that Mr Watterson believes the defeat of Senator McCreary and the choice of Governor Beckham would seriously endanger at the ensuing election the ticket thus named by the primary for the reason that by persuing no other rule of policy than that of you scratch my back and Ill scratch your back Gov Beckham has lowered every standard andl weakened every tradition which iinI days gone by made for the exaltationI of Kentucky at home and its glory abroadIn part of the same articlel Col Watterson says There are men tf the baser son l who are satisfied with nothing buelI adulation There are spoiled one of fortune grown arrogant by in ay dulgence Gov Beckham talks not only like a man beaten but like a man balked of that which he hadI s made sure of and claimed as a right beforeRa deal involving the highest legul tribunal in the State and two seats in the Senate of the United States Even dogeatdog politics has its obligations and limits A surveying corps is now locating and determining the grade for the HickmanHenson railroad It Is ex pected that construction work will quickly follow and that in less than ninety days trains will be running over the new track Charleston Mo Enterprise Brother are you sure that you are not laboring under an optical illusion as was our brother the Courier last week when he said the material was on the ground We havent seen any dirt fly nor heard any clink of the hammers and spikes yet The right of way agent was In Hickman a month ago and wanted not more than fifteen dtys option on the right of way last week he returned and asked for all that could be spared We think there is no doubt but that the work will eventual ly be done but of course it is a of time The winter is upon s now and are you sure construction work will begin before spring A short time ago we were accosted by a Beckham supporter and asked how much money we were being paid to support Senator McCreary for United States Senator New if one stops to think this is an open insult to an honest newspaper man A newspaper that does such a thing as hat is one that is always pointed to by a contemporary forever afterward with scorn as one that can be bought or other words is what we judge the Messenger calls a wishywashy newspaper However we do not re sent the insult that was given us but will merely state here that Senator McCreary never paid us one cent for supporting him and that if he had offered to pay us for such we would not be supporting him today He is a man of clean moral and official record and thus the man we need in the office he seeks And the other man is nothence our attitude Gineral Percy Haly adjutant gen eral of Kentucky is accusing the editor of the Frankfort Crusader of forging a letter with his name at tached The intimation that the ginral can write a letter will be re ceived with some astonishment Obion Tenn Enterprise My dear Tennessee brother you have troubles of your own over there Howsomever we spect you came near hitting the nail on the headI There is not a republican paper or wishywashy democratic paper in the State that is not doing all in its power to bring about the nomi nation of Mr Hays for governor of Kentucky Mayfield Messenger Now we dont know what he means by a wishywashy democratic newspaper unless perhaps he means that he wishys he could get some campaign dough and when he gets it washysihis conscience and goes ahead If this is the case he should flop right now aocampaign the statement My ballot wont have any bearing on the result and there is no use in my going to the polls Men who habitually make this statement for get that they do not stand alone Public interests have suffered great ly in the past by the stayathome vote One ballot by itself does not greatly count and yet in the ag gregate these stayathome ballots would in many cases have changed results And there have been many instances where even a single ballot might have turned the scale As a result of failure to raise the necessary amount of money to pay the general expenses of the Demo cratic State primary McCracken county may not participate in the primary at all and the situation is declared to be critical Little in terest is being taken in the primary and the committee has only SlS0 handllThe President has officially set apart Nov 29th as a day ofnational Thanksgiving A few more days and it will all be over except the trip up Salt River w IIIts all up Brer RabbitItt A Nitro Hunter Gun Will Certainly Get You I Price 800 Winchester Take Down 5Qcooo Trrs xr Rifles from 15Oup Shells Cartridges Coats and all kinds of Sporting Goods r Hickman Hdw Co Intr A Letter From Dr Adam We were requested to print the following which is from Dr Adams in support of Beckham and which is clipped from the Louisville Post The request was node to show both side of question which we do not object to doing The voters may decide the question themselves Mr Adams first public letter was answered in full In the Courier a few weeks previous which should be satisfactory to the voters Frankfort Ky Oct 26 1906 So many letters have come to me in response to my circular letter of September 20 that I find it impossible to answer them all personally and explain the questions they propound About 80 per cent of those answers have been favorable and the re mainder have in some degree or other expressed a contrary mind- I have no quarrel with those who disagree with me I am looking Kentuckians in the face and express ing my honest convictions on the is sues ot this campaign and will sub mit gracefully to whatever is the verdict of the people If Coy Beckham be nominated for the United States Scnatorship I shall re- Joice In the defeat of the solid liquor element who propose to punish him for his advocacy of temperance legislation If his opponent be our next United States Senator nr who ever may fill that office I will be his loyal supporter in that position- I make no apology for my utter ances but desire to reassert and re affirm all the positions taken in the letter of September 20 My good friends who are indulging themselves in excited criticisms should not be unduly disturbed and should remem ber that every Kentuckian has a right to express his honest convict ions without prejudice and in entire good feeling The AntiSaloon League of Ken tucky is not responsible for my statements All I have said has been on my own personal respons ibility I have fought with this I league for years and am sift a shamed of the record The fact that I am president of the league does not prevent me from asrtln g my right IIn the cxcrdsos of free speechMy rtasen fer toktoga position Iin this Senatorial race is in no seree political AH other Issues such as administration antiad ministration machine or antimachine loco quarrels or anything else are nothing as compared with the supreme issue which is shall the saloon forces control the public and political lif of Kentucky From the beginning of the last session of the Legislature to its close Gov Backhnra stood by me as a faithful coworker in the long and bitter fight for the enact ment of the county unit bill Now that the llpuer forces are endeavor ing to encompass his defeat because of the active assistance he gave the Umperanc people in that coflict it would be a base ingratitude in me to desert him when the battle rages Whatever other temperance people may think I consider myself under personal obligations to all who assisted me including Gov Beck ham in any fight waged upon them by the liquor element I auld not be true to my conscience if I deserted Gov Beckham in any fight waged upon them by the liquor element I could not be true to my conscience if I desered Gov Beck ham or even kept silence In this contest and furthermore I stand ready to aid with all my power any man be he administration or antiad ministration Democrat or be he a Republican in any fight which may be waged against him in which the liquor question is the issue My residence in Frankfort for nine years has made me acquainted with the records on temperance legislation made by many public men in the Legislature and other positionsIt being freely charged that Gov Beckham first tried to defeat the county unit bill then finding he could not turned in its favor and I saddled on it an amendment sa titifactory to the liquor interests in the dUo while at the same time he was endeavoring to pioase the tams r anoe people in Use country Any Utemont of this nature coming from My source whatsoever Is pottively false Persons wits are making thus statements know not log about the facts in the ease If anyone knows more about the his tory of tIe oountry wait bill Iin the Legislature than I do I do not know his name Prom start to IRIsh Gov suggestemade in Mm by those managing t fight for the Mil without weakening ooee to the demands made by the liquor people Bxamiae the Com miter on religions and Morals InIR the House and you will And it composed of honorable gentlemen who would not stoop to the del tactics practiced by some host le committees in the past but gave speedy passage to the house who it could be voted upon its lReritI If Coy Beekham and his frielHllI had wanted to defeat the county unit bill it could easily have been done by the appointment of a hostile comI mitteeAfter a hard fight in the Senate I the original Cammaok bill was de feated and a substitute thereto passed which was acceptable to the i liquor people and for which the liquor Senators voted H was also favored by several temperance t Senators who we believe were de J ceived as to its true nature and whoII thought it a fairly good measure Many temperance people out in th State wrote to me advising that thisI substitute be accepted as on its face it seemed to them a fairly good bill1 This substitute was a dangerous thing Those who know something of the principles and history of o local option laws could see at once I its gravel defects The enactment of that measure into law would have been a blow to temperance causeII in Kentucky I have no apology to make for u tering these convictions I have no J w iconscientl0ua ntpeople think Ukr happy t If they re opinion I shall with perfect go 1- CU truly a lION MEN 7A- Lcxllgloe T K My Dear Friend C As a sQhtol MU the coming Demo hers in the now School SupexlMti tercitcd in Ihk tor a Democrat I feel my patty otter tr man to the voter wealth As a It heart and strength c to the cause of doubly tnt N4ed elected to this oft able prtgroioivr t- pertencc s in safeooil lUi1genttag may tie country e pcthe alUllu Feeling that the be more ulyo4 bUwllionopponents Ieh him He Is a nu of whom no Ken ashamed when it the regular elect son and a Nfei b Above alt he to V Red both hy erince fir the No- he r aspires He I educated but 1pcouHariy As trim ot PuMtt Initruct rural statci as Superintendent of Ills long oxerieft ltcHIIouoleic touch wh thl wheel in DM Sue with poorly paid teachers everrw yours experience uperlnteMont has with the entire srb knows Ute Mane r pianos and be can toot UsopcratioM fr- til OtWiOf WHWC Qftf V + experience would to A great put of bill r Loving Keaiuc d w it- waM to tike from n ef illiteracy Bn much progress wt m who k tried anti true iIsGulfion Ilk nor little opposition at u lion because both Republican reeogm worth and genera okc Ilk oloctw c now em M ejtaratw I lucky MtnfeJMftf wt Ir desrtA- h ranlcfiVt K My Dear Krictti I AM wriitag to of Mr B A u = aant Ittatuctnhmy pleasure to ki N during hit fang IIr t3upcnntcmlemoKi at editor ef a papa both positions hI ardent advocate ite- r cotton in latter y columns of hit papa- aY cause of Kentucky During my term t- It provements have tt Norrtre rebeen established the to from Ave to six r capita has grown to f in the history of the planned much other w e greatly rebound to ilr schools and If electr that Mr Gulllon xeplant to execution I shall remain la s c remember ot this State 1 aminers ant as such w identified with the caraslion Thanking you fork L lion in the put and + you will help Mr Cull primary Nov 6 I beg Yours very t Jaae D Supt Publi THERES NO talking you cant beat i the liver The greatcs8 offered to suffertnir jjtIfriIfif you are bilious od your liver and Hert e it in Its proper ondIUI live cure for Constipate r t and all d Ftorpid 1t1 Helm at EllUon t ind Still hey ComeTTTVVT- TTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT tf u utdold Customers and NFW GOODS t a fright now and big assortment of good vnluna- ii1 MM a urnWf lug inorouso in my aalwi v furnituru coming in ovory day New Iron Beds Bedroom Suites Safes Glass Cup C 1 Kitchen Cabinets Dining Tables Kitchen Tables J n Work Tables Easels and Rockers of all kinds III of inattresBOH pillows oomfortH blnnkwte h nd UH ohuap ns onn bo bought in tho oily I din of ploturos piotlulO muttings lutcking iiiijts oio Alulco any nic pioturo fnuno on ttiAftw Sowing Mnohinos and Wardrobo In di eIo thorn out nt a HAIUJAIN Oomu and SOD I I hniuHoan uptodato lino of Coffins Oaskote tdu 4Ilp Ors ono from the ohoapust to tijio cn SAV1B YOU MONBY in thus lino All lot 11y Httsndod todn or night Nico honreo rtheii mntod Living nllIfl arts ovor tho liH in need of my services I9wotfull weT Montgomery Hickman try over Thanks K refreeenting the ispateh rots In town j imneoOMieoUll with at be any jKtaaMwg e Qwroli Somlay OMB if Oft Kulty I 1toc111udltgHllll wsossil twwl nd onUefy lijr a Jwy nwfc katf hoes hoar the otat geof Wish tear a patfoiK at fn The Jill lied one year In jafl- d attendant at the iuted for mtatnat sad the thud min ion triall Monday went to to tke went to Hickroan bad Prather Saturday has returned fhe opcratlftn on and Lee and Jennie mistaken this the send Vies and couple Bob S Tuesday of Paducah viM tag htssothoaMrs el ifaoJivfflo f BalUer this Rally by the at the Methowlit Owrah SUN mcrnlng 10 JO Lea Davis shot lit the last Sat atstsrisg a liaise In Hiokmaat Harry Moorman of MarIoN In Hkkman Tttos4ay M mMrtnesi oonoeoted with UM 9ytr Manvfdetwring Co cuss If yow an for and some has been prompt delivered telephone your com plaints to no 48 Ice Factory olt Hickman Ice and Co IETYour EACH MONTH and ifnot paid by l TENTH will be off This takes effect NOVEMBER 1 1900 Pay Hickman Coal office ttr u e factory Office from m until 0 p m every tlw except Sunday and on 9th and 10th of s h it iis open until 9 p m Mickman Ice Coal Coy A O CARUTHERS Mgr n State Line IJI Union City i lox Hickman alder Johnson busi fSaturday night Mrs T A Sr- I V in Fulton tKiox from his ceitful James Moss NiH Irene Moss were Misses Lucy lIlo1Y r number Irphonc Yesterday w asked to up some l a of I nth was here from Qintoo Evan Paris is Kelioy vldted aha soar Dy sense 41 rent day at ends nook ray sight while ftu4 was 1 legal have given order coat not ly e C aIl IHPST OF ll cut at the Ice Co at open Ia the r month went MIl oWl Death of H S Henderson Last Monday at 930 a m1tr- II S Henderson passed away Hen born in Yelvington Ky in 1833 He moved to Hickman coun ty Ky in 1853 In 1861 he mar ried Miss Sarah Catherine McClel Ian of Fulton county Since then he has been a citizen of this com munity His aged wife survives him and also three children Walter and blue of this vicinity and Mrs Reeves of Nashville Tenn He was a respected citizen hon orable in all his dealings with his fellowmen He manifested a kind ness towards his neighbors and expressed a firm belief in God He was buried at Rush Creek near Cape Jas Spradlin tnd wife oi Union City spent Sunday with W J Spradlia and wife ID Hickman 3 2 l Local J MotesjI Nuts beginning to fall Subscribe for the Courier Telephone No 48 for coal Our work wins trade The K Got the habit subscribe for lb CourierSeveral nutting parties 1lb and this 7 Shaw Bettersworth sell lies groceries j tARnlat the K K thus Thomas was In town on bustJ nets Tuosday Swan Ihtrrvs of State Line was here Tuosftejr I H M tat if CrnuWloW was fitt taws Wodloday 1L C Carter of non Jordan win ltown Tttotday J W Mow of Iteltoa war i HTokman Svmtay II Just Mtoe sttttng tl wn at mother a table K4tte Cafe What doss Simw ft BUcrtw rtrir soJU Go and JOe Judge J L RobWtNt otMtyMfrI was in town Tueoilay Iller where thoflnMlk g5d t candies at UK K K H 1 HMMliix has reUsinwl home from Bnglowood1 Ois A toast for a little nwNII1ik good tMngs at tIN K It Miss Mary Idt has hose rMttn rekxUvw at Gloats Torn Got tit Nac anti help make Hftferr warts pofMwtwn fiOOO by 19M- Che Koonon of Cayoe neighbor hood soont TvoMtajr in Hlrtfnan- Mr Jo Camfodl of Cayoe rave ed ihe Coartor with a call 1acsdlyIi Aettttn iteeMokios Horehoutflljt adr for that oold at the X K t F fohmWt of Union City was In our sky on Jwlsnes Menda fc Keolfott hike is the HeM of eh Joyment now Rtmttng U reportedI good Mr J T Ffanntgon died at his Ms home In Wet Htalcmtut of pneu WORM Miss Ida Mill Morgan sail aunt of Union Citywere visiting in town Saturday Mr and NI8 CHiterU JbrMs o Union City wore HTokntw vii toe last week Mrs Lwrto Atwolt awl1 daughters of route fHr wore visitors hlllJck man last week Andy Hammond ffr Htakman spent Sunday hire with relative Wlngo Outlook Dr F Hayor of Paducah was the pleasant guest of W P Curtia and family last Wednesday Alias Light Paris has returnedI hone Irma A visit to her sister Mr I Roy McKInney In PaJuoah The residence of Postmaster i T Taylor of Union City was de stroyed by fire Loss 3500 Mrs Emma Jackson died at hr home in West Hkkraan last week leaving a husband and two guts Mr and MrsThrelkeld of Route Four Union City were In to trading Friday of last week They made the Courier a pleasant call Mr and Mrs B B Kimbtrlin who have boon living in El Paso Texas for the past year have re twined home and will live here i the future on route three Mr J A Noonon asked us this week to change T H Noorons paper to Bennett Colo He sa they have snow eight feet deep iin places at the above named placer PRICE HOUSE Mrs I D Price Prop Rate 100 Per Day Accommodations firstclass Con veniently located for the travel publicSpecial rates by the week Your patronage solicited Hickman Kentucky s R S 1 J IVote early Tueeday- Kemcffibcr Tuesday Vole for a good man Yeah for Hayes and McCreary agalnKW J Spradlln and family left tore Hot Springs Sunday ofDoTom French Is attending medical lectures at the University of Louis vllle The Guild all meet with Mrs C P Shumate next Thursday afternoon at 230Miss vary Hicks and Walter Baker of Hlokman were married in waclet Guild will serve oysters from 4 to 10 this afternoon at Car thor Cafe Misses Elisabeth Malone and ofnMr ant Mrs T J Malone If you dont want a man In office who will giro you an honest adminis tration dont votet for Mr Hayes The building occupied by Ellison kos is being improved by putting in a lags treat on Jackson street A Cairo whiskey house is sending out a premium list including bibles fivtn for 14 bond from their whiskey bottles What next Rev YfE Humphreys of Mur My It dotiig some good preaching finegthe services burnedrto the waters edge at Caruthersvllle Monday night She war an Inde pet boat from Caralhersville to Cairo The revival services which were eosfthMtod alt last week at the Prea bylcnan Church by Revs Brown and Logan elated Sunday night Large autiieacos listened atten lively to the services The young people will enjoy a Meet std Pillow Case party at the home of Mrs R T Tyler on Troy avenue tonight with Miss Emma Tyler as hostess Her friends will spend an enjoyable evening President C L Walker places on talc this week some very desirable Ilekman real estate i this offering Is n tracts of six acres each and con issfound ad giving a detailed de lOrfplton If you are interested you had better investigate the matter today When the tip of a digs nose is Mid and moist that dog Is not sick A feverish dry note meansslckncss with a dog And so with the hu man lips Dry cracked and colorless lips mean feverishness and areas well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips ap ply at bedtime a coating of Dr Snoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 centsAU dealers The residence of D B Wilson Wedr nesday evening about seven oclock and the fire alarm sounded About a hundred citisens went to the scene and after much difficulty 1the fire text extinguished dlrcoveredI supposed the conflagration originated from a defective grate on the sooml floor as it was between the second floor and the celling beneath and under the grate The floor and then hearth were chopped up in an endea vor to locate the blaze and the plas tering damaged by water but which Iis fully covered by insurance sWe are sending out statements this week to our delinquent subscrib ers all of them and are asking them to favor us with a remittance We want to get our subscription list on a oashdn advance plan for next year and want to fOPY the books for the new year by the 15th of this month If you have received one of these statements please call and settle with us and get another years happiness assured you If the statement is incorrect or if you have reason to believe that it is incorrect bring it to us and have it corrected we arc as anxious to have them cor rect as you are Do this today Dont negledl it until you forget it Courier Want Column WGOIIIM6Ihrrt WM lens trkl ftt unfit parlay Jtuner 1 I FOR SALE1 two year old mule 0 D or W R Cole 21 FOR SALE Good Brood Mare Iin foal CheapH C Helm 19tf HOUSE FOR RENTin Eastt Hickman 19tf G L Carpente- rWANTEDone or two GOODjj Jersey milch cows Mrs Lee Ellis- oLOSTat College or between the College and town a stick pin roundII head with small setting Return to this office for reward spectaclehooks r please return to Miss Jessie Outtena or Hickman Courier 21 FOR SALEAll my household I and kitchen furniture as good as the day it was bought Here is a splendid bargain everything firstJJ Maloneclass Jerry FOR SALE White Plymouth RockJJ chlckenfc U R Fishel strain a Ott Barred Plymouth Rocks G P Thompson strain yellow skin an fine plumage Mrs R B BalloII 23 Rural Rout- eWANTEDGOOD 1 MAN in eachI county to represent and advertise cooperative department putout samples etc Old established business house Cash Salary 2 100 weekly expense money advancedI permanent position Our Reference ChicagoCapital ager THE COLUMBIA HOUSEJJ Chicago Ill DskNo 1 24JJ Will Give Concert Huncikers Kid Band will give a concert at the City Hall on Thanks giving Jaight They have received a number of new selections which will be rendered on this occasion aaawjtn the assistance of a few of our local musicians they expect to give the best musical entertainment eveC given in our city Dont miss thi stheI entertainment New instruments ne nullcII j Special Term of Fulton Cir SessionI iis being held this week to try the cat of Mrs Reid vs Singer Manufac turing Co The wit involves nearI ly 3000 acres of land and abou- S4S000 l At the hour of going to press a verdict had not been reacbI ed At the skating rink Tuesday night Miss Annie Cowglll caught the roOIII ter and won the dollar Paul Reytt nolds caught the pig after it was per suaded to move by all sorts of of I persuasion and finally by the administration of a little high life + A large crowd was in attendance andi seemed to enjoy the evening Simi lar contests will be conducted during the season Hunzikers Kid Band has orderedI another new instrument a silver plated Eb tuba which will match the euphonium recently purchased When this is received they will have all silverplated instruments THERE IS NO REASON why vcur baby should be thin an fretted during the night Worms are the cause of thin sickly babies It is natural that a healthy baby should be tat and sleep well Ifr your baby does not retain its food dont experiment with colic cures and other medicine but try a bottle of Whiles Cream Vermifuge andI you will soon see your baby have color and laugh as it should For sale by Cowgills Drug Store Helm Ellison U O KThats what our custom ers tell us as fast as we fill their orders We are talking about Royal Tailoring 400 tall patterns ready to show you- liuarantee Sure every time quality style fit and workmanship cAnd Us a money ahead deal for you lo- oELLISONS 4 College Letter therHigh School Literary Society ren dered an interesting program con sisting of recitations music read dogs essays a paper and a debate The most exciting number was the debate on Government Ownership of Railroads argued by Fannie Kearby and Frank Smith for the af firmative and Willie Bondurant and Lida Moore for the negative The DcnBow who Is developing encouraging editorial talent was spicy humorous andenjoyable Last week the pupils of the Col lege were organized Into a military company which drills at the morn ing and noon recesses A drum has been secured a large bass drum has been arranged for and banners may be used in the near future The evolutions and maneuvers of the long line of marchers remind one of the timesIIln an endurln war The pupils enjoy the drill so much that they can hardly keep their faces ofdthe army The Senior class this year reaches the number of ten the largest class going forth from the college for some time and it excels not only in numbers but in enthusiastic determi nation to make the best of their op portunities The members are as follows Victoria Bondurant Loto Cavitt Ruth Ellison Rubye Flem ming Russell Johnson Fannie Kearby Mary McDaniel Mayme Naylor Rubye Seay and Jessye Wall ZT Social Entertainments of the WeekE- MBROIDERY CLUB At the home of Mrs E E Reeves Wednesday afternoon the Embrol dery Club was entertained In what guests declared a simply royal manner According to the Couriers informant refreshment too delight t ful to describe were served in two courses Just before leaving each guest was presented with a realistic souvenir representing a little black I wiperemade from the wish bone of a chicken The head and feet were cvcamgtof enjoyment for all was the result of ths efforts of the hostess- HALLOWEEN PARTY The home of Mrs D W S Am berg was the scene of much pleasure comic pleasure at that on Hallow een night The guests were the neighbors and each one upon being invited was requested to dress funny and act funny The home was decorated for Halloween with pumpkins corn applet and autumn leaves and upon entering the door a card asked each guest to take seats on the floor which was done in a- very comical manner upon sofa pit lows provided for the occasion The comical dross and the comical manner in which each one seated themselves made the occasion as ef fective and realistic as was desired and planned Iy the hostess 1Some prizes were given a pumpkin to Mr and Mrs Jack Millett a pumpkin pie to Dr Hubbard and wife and a bowl of cookies to Mrs Mattie Prather Eueryone was given an envelope In which was in structions as to what they were re qulred to do and no excuses accept ed This provided fun for all for poor fellows they did things uncon sciously which they would not have done knowingly Comical songs en livened thltjgs generally and loti when after bidding host and hostess good night they found a work bench in front of the door and a delivery wagon tied to the front gate the trick of the Halloween observers elsewhere to retard the egress of of the guests alter they Had spent one of the most enjoyable evenings of their lives The new engine nas been received and is being erected at the Ice Coal plant for the purpose of run ning the dynamo It has not yet been completely erected but it is thought it will be running by the first of next week It is a high speed engine of about 100 horsepower New subscribers every day or Jct r n i tt- i r1 r1t II IIThe Cumberland IT Companys List We are herewith printing a list of the Cumberland Telephone CoM- pany subscribers to elate TM will show you how UK lint leas kv noosed under the present ftwncf 0 I moat A little over a year ago theft were about a hundred naves on tkt Hickraftn slat I A r 144 Adams John Q Res 69 Ameerg H C Dry Goods 58 Amborg Miss Sadie Res 76 Amberg MR A Res 11 B 47 Baltser Stubs Ooc 95 Baltser k Dodds Dry Good r 105 Baltser C FRes98 Burkett A S Store 1132 Barry WJJl 133 Barry lot 961 12 Ballow W C lot 965 BaHow X B hoes 50 Beaton T F les lltj Dealt H T Rao 129 Bettrrtworth K lea R Bland J W las 25 Bondurant h Wttaon Ofice 145 Boodurant J J C lea 46 Bright Dr W M lea 151 Bright Dr W dOfficc- C 11 Carpenter Geo Rea JJ6 Carpenter Vall Ra 90 Canttwn AO Cat 41 Case F K Rea 109 Cato Mrs1I Res i VltGmosryi117 Coram N J Us 146 Consn D C Res 3HttJ27 Cowgill H N IM 16 Cowgill JW Rea 44 crt House I 963 Conk W Ph39 Carlln Dr P B Rea 149 Carton Dr P B Office D 2 Davidson Dr SXocc-U Dawidjon Dr S k Ros 110 DaTis KF Jtwery 123 Dos B T Ra 152 Dttlon Tom la34 Dodds W A OBoe 112 Dodds W A KM 70 Dodds Misees B ft ARa71 Dodds JJF ft S LX Farm 72 Dodds J F ft S L W Farts 85 Dodds S L Res 154 Dodds J F ft S L GIlt J 132 Dedds J F ft S LOftto J 116 Dofleell JR Res 111 Derrett O Res E 86 BtsleyJ F1tGrooery3031plson 62 Bttson WS 17 Kliton L P XosRes I 458 Hilton J C RM 1 Kcprsss Office F 14 Park Mrs A A lo13 Farts A A lion Jl2Farfs A A Oftoe 913 Paris A A Coat Yard 24 Farmers Merchants Bank 66 Fethe Mrs Torrudeltas115 Fib ua Edwla1ta1G 122 Graves Rev H B Rea 102 Green Ira Re H 64 Hale BC Ras 16 Helm W LRea452 Helm Ellison Drue StoreII 454 Helm G H Jtes 121 Htrtwcck BOAJ CI 49 Hickmaa Packing Co 53 HScknts Bank 56 Hickman 10int Stock CoGro 67 Hickman Wagon Co Offes 74 Hickman Grocery Co 48 Hickman Ice ft Coal CoO ce 108 Hickman Hardware Co 135 Hickman Lumber Co 154 Hickman Grain Co Gin 15 H Wagon Co Paint Shop 20 Hickman Furniture Coc21 Hickman Courier Once Weak Kidneys kWM7NenaMStomalllormaahr4tatxl roC 41aI lir Hkootii fUMontiv It a mMlkUM H IIIGIIJ orvfaNil to tmttt d M aIsuWolU II roar Wk rtt nt It wwk K UM ortn NHoJnr dlrtrirtrgp knnuamaalh wWdo r ShoopsRestorative ALL DEALERS ReaeISO HtoWmrd Dr J M Itof 2Hbbbard Dr J M ftrrrt J8 Hobtaird Mrs S lJI 1SJ Indepesriua Coal fMv0 c 100 lokr I KRCIIJ 19 son H C Rw N It B Ru- 11i rncltIii141 on W ARI1 Frey teh L M LaOede Hotel 0000e 6 Llllrnt a 43 Le4foni T ARoa99 Leo LIne 54 Loot A H las LtaeryM1SS Lets Dr S WROI- M Grwery7SWelsl fIJ Mohlgat flax 0I1111c714 MMtd Ilex cNItJ52MetlMRy 1 MPIIk Disk OAINerIJ15S Miteer Catt Rat 63 Moore j M Mgrs Res tl htooreB Res 134 Moore 11 KM 138 Murtefl Mrs Blklo1M Mca ft QUIntan b- N 1W barter W ARosJ2 K C ft ft L Ry Ode 14 Mctfch IMS Dry lV 94 1 Ht1l1llplJJjC fu 0 1030Kk 04l BlraOCfi Overbf 1 CRuP13S Percy C A Ru- N 713 Fttp J HPatmJJ2 Pallier r H BOs 3W Pittltsc Dr E a59 Pnthcr JLB Rei 93 Pries Mrs I D HMcl 106 Prios C L lea- R 11 Kandlt Mrs MkOllST Rooloy H F Rea 7 Richmond k lend Co Osc7S RoW Mrs J MJt79 Reid M1ss lranqcJt1JJ Roberts G W lei Groosry9b45 1 13 RoHcy J W1011JQ Ronoy sad Sect Ose14J Raesdl J H Ree 147 feat Jlw RM- Ml srJH RM 114 Slaw Bon RM I 111 Swmaie C P Ros 42 Smkh C C KM 77 Smith k Aabsrg Dry Goods 140 Smith Bdoa RM 104 Stale Stove Livery 31 StophoM J T Res- Si 9line LA Ilea 9 fwayjtc T TDrug Store SI Iwsyne T T RM T 101 Thomas T DR92 TKotNpson J A w Res 139 Toreftold CUeR964Townssad J AR10J Tyler H A tee 912Tyl6r H AOflceJ-9 T1iorl T Roe 9T g1or R TooeI-T Tyler A MX130 TulHs L DResW 37 Walker C L Res 22 Warmack Ellen Res 157 Warren Mrs GeoRe80 Watson Luther Restaurant 40 Waterworks 131 White J W Grocery 65 Wilson W C Office 137 Wilson W C Res- M Wilson D B Ret 61 Wilson ChuResC137 Winston Shop The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of- every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying if or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made for 20 yean entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolute ly safe ores tor the youngest babe and it cures it does not simply suppress Got a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell ItAU dealers After intorestaurant in Union City and ordering oysters cooked for which he refused to pay for Will Shafer saddlecolored was mysteriously shot by unknown parties after he bad left the restaurant tJ dI1 gcntuchy gjomf t The ma shlnea bright In my old Kentucky hoMe The rotors are booty and gay The rye It ripe and the Bourbon U in Moom Awl the shotgun mattes musk all the day The steppe jug rlsea to kiss tthe waiting month l i And the upturned eyes gladly play On the soft blue skies of the sunny sunny Seulh In my old Kentucky hone far away Put a shirt of mall underneath your Sunday coat Wear an armor under your vest iIThats the safest way when the negro goes to voteIAnd tne white mans there to pretest 011 theres gay old times when elections oome 3 ndII Theres musk to liven the day t The sextons spade stabs the dork and bloody growrRII Ia my old Kentuoky home far away The Mack snake pours from the chimney af the sflH The fragrance of Juice taints the breftt It daM epttl the tears of angels pfU And the nun in the moon hot to stews Tow rod Juice shines ht the bottle on UK sltolf The wnboanM around it play i f IE year throat gets dry putt the GIrt nnd help jWHaJfi IA my old Kentucky host tar awayhh I The Loud man hides in the earner of the tOMe dad waits for a shot at hie foe r That leO soul goes a kitm to the hewac To the aad where they dont shovel some The ooraner comas to investigate the death And jags up comfortably jay The verdict says he died for west of breath I At my old KetMMOky home far awayll Weep no more my lady weep no more today Ihbr things have hanged in my oM Kentucky home In my oM Kentucky home tar away 1 Proven tics as the name Implies prevent an colds sad grippe when taken at the sneezing stage Prevent tea are toothsome cody tablets Preventks dissipate all colds quickly and token early when you Arst red that a sold is coming they check sad prevent then Pre ventios are thoroughly sate for ahtWrcH sad as effectual for adults Sold and rocommended in S coat and 35 coat bozos by all dearer heals IA Busy Gin which since this made scene enterprise toS80OOPuxioo Missouri girl aged eight years lost last week while the swamp nutting and re mooned all night old house she her wanderings party searched the woods night and almost distracted The little took the matter very coolly and when asked she was frightened being alone through the night said 1 No but the wolves did howl some It I TMnk of SHop I Catarrh Cure I if your nose and throat discharges if your breath is foul or The snow white soothing Moat oaa tabs Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc Inoerporatod into imported oreamffke velvety petntfo It teethe puritos Cats our store for free trial box swand reoomcMICMI dealers Get old pipers at this floe PlaceJ F S L Dodda Co Cotton I This building has had many improvements picture was is the of an to be covet A was in in an in A hunt- Ing all the family was girl not at Dr feverish an turn eontrok at all Sunday School Institute at Fulton Ky Today There will be a gathering of many members and workers of the Christ ian church at Fulton Ky to discuss the Bible School and its varied interests Robt M Hopkins of Louisville state Sunday school evangelist will have charge of the meetings Pros G A Lewellen of West Kentucky College Mayfield J K Bondurant Paducah i R0 Hester and R L Clark Mayfield G H C Stcncy of Murray r D W Campbell of Wlckhffe C E Moore of Clinton and G W Gregory are among the speakers All Sunday school workers arc invited Free entertainments Author of PopularNursery Rhyme glaryIladbyMrsLUAa CG4ywriOLuiWr Mrs W S Burnett cf Moscow Kywas among those trading in HIckman last week fpw No More Cold Rooms If you only knew pew litu h can be dciivrd from A Ilki i Oil lteaterhow Mtttple ami rIts operation OQ Iulilnot yIlYou eau quickly make warm asI 7 any cold room or lulUay mi cis a- Nhatt pad f tits house Y n a ttwater and do many other tlniurI w IJ PERFECTION Oil Heaterequipped wills SmekeleiHi Device Turn the wick at high nr low a you can there s nn W M Cary heater fn ra room to loom All ptUI roily cleaned tIIntense heat without a nakit or smelt Ucauts ertdpl rnl with t ee Ina device Wade in twofinUb nttketaml ja nan Rna oil fount r3 rune cmUMted HeWt 4 quarts of oil and burn 9 hour Herr heater warranleil If yeu cannot get heater or information from your leaser wnttt to nearest agency for decrt tive circular TI17 Lamp cannot equalled fur pre tLA ill brtKht Br ami atealv llehtim Ile ea- atrurtionamiabtolMleMfcty UqQtr y with latest lmprore l burner Made of beau thmu trout amt nlekcl plated lu ornaateat to any room tatbrrlbralTdullnX route paiure bed room User lamp warranted white to nearest agency If out at your dealers fTANHAMM alt OMUrAWV laearneai 4 CAR rmes OAF E mad JPQJUrAl UNCrT Al I I Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc Dont fall to hunr tho Kluotrio Piano CARUTHERSPHQNE9O SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you aSkiiig as uhedl 011 your Attu as yaR tupghtt N are making all you OM The traofek is Ike land coots takes to much nwnov to boy a keg tom and so you us u it H mr a a Ismall fara or portmpa you ate renting 014 end pl share of wnat you raise Mre WMUMI it be bettor tr if I price of son i ilead Ica w htgl tk yu oUfO a Wi farm acre nf U e paoead is wo klug fear 71MI all 1MIgood pNl TWw aw UiCMmiMts oI acres of torts land hi the s the lies of ISM CeUM Brit Roote that ran be wfor from j acre This hart te tawreaetng m valve ads your See the Southwest at Small Coat A trip to the 8sclhwo t wo W oonrioee yu that your hrI lay in settling there The trfnl rasa be MM at it t IHtlr er the brit and third TttveiUrs el sash seoaih ylu mtmrch r ticket Ie asy point IN the SevthweM on or vki the JoUon 1lr very low rates Stopevert wilt be allowed fer ym to exam ty you are talented IIB Write at ence for Use eoptss of books tlosadbtng Ihl country and for ful Imformatton about out of tickets etc W C PEELER D P A Cotton IJell Route 25 South M Memphis Tenn farmers 1 fvtrCh otS itn CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Thai wo offer to dopositors Othor Ina duconionts aro of sooondury importanci Upon this Guarantee we solicit your iwlroin J A THOMPSON LA r H HI rOHANAN Prosident DIREOTORSII hljJI T A LKDFOKII M Better Printing For Less Money IKJ THE COURIER r U o4 N m aICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1855 PropSuccessor Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORKof allI Kinds Iron FENCING Hu KMAN KENTUCKY wKmIT T- OColdcold j TOtTLL 1iE D Coalcoal We Quote Kentucky Straight Lump 340 per 2000 jri delivered lIMtsburg Medium Lump 308 per 2000 wr 1s delivered IMtsburg Straight Lump 425 per 2000 xi s delivered 1c lophonc your order to No 48 Ice Factory 0ir end they will receive prompt attention Vr positively handle the very best grades of PhIrg and Kentucky Coal and give 2000 pounds t 11 ttn Hickman Ice Coal Co r V r the Mississippi t ts IIrn Million turveys tfrtc m ht monster torn r Cted sense the EvaeiorlHs len M ndaksNd nil wc t ua1 ffttUttOittn etwe immediately i the torn will fbr will crate 21 1 Ida Mire iteui 0 the present ttsM- utr Nmted by a ling Sa1000L000 hu already sprat tiuarr sorveys eta A r to Our Patrons Kr Get 10e 1306 j notice tot the iMc r lour OMteonttvor- fht sod our WIll I vable at sir offloe 4h month and par ty on tr before the Ltb would ke set out 111 gin ts 100 eaok Xhls r mi of our not having office we have not f trtotry ht as w bcenfttted up In Huildmf convenient tate halve will imolng Nov lit show M favoritism Water Light plant witates prompt aol + f ask It as a favor patrons assist us by 111 promptly Wi U not originated by City Ordinaces gov fir Light and Water Phone 48 Mun Ice Coal Co Notice Jay Oct 30 1906 ion In the Fulton o be discharged from IIV as assignee of the rtile Co and the Court mutton for bearing on 12th 1906 All tihed to show cause saidtJ motion should not be- D T Dullr Ellison Mercantile Co i White Sale and Church Market The ladle of Ute Baptist LadlesI AM dtly will comfcot Chair White Sale art Outre Market on Tvetday before Thanksgiving TW ptaect hat sot been deeMed tspoe but woIU- IN I Oed in Ute CourWr labor For monthe he howled abut reformI UMllkesfNtktstkrwti Bit whoa It came right Ito the poiint The man forgot to vole He swore he solio od grknwii wroiigr And wept Alt UK way I But on November 1 forgot It was election day Lee ArmMrong and Mlu Commie BvaM both Item Hick man were Married ky Squire H S Sacra atl the rofMonee of S P Howard lInI Uafoft Citr3usdayA A rural read carrier ky the name of Washam was compelled to drill back from the country a distance ofr four miles Monday morning whit his wife took the mall on This fellevr Washam whom we kno quite well began to deal out a lot of republican stuff until hiss demo cratic wilt ejected him out of the mall wagon and made him hoof iitI out to Mayeld He has promisedI to be goal until after the election ofr the president Mayfteld Messenger The Rev Irl R Hicks 1907r Almanac The Rev Irl R Hicks has bec compelled by popular demarid to re sumo the publication of his wellI known and popular Almanac for 1907 This splendid Almanac iis now ready For sale by news dealers orient postpaid for 25 cents by Word and Works Publishing Company 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo publishers of Word and Works one of the best dollar month ly magazines in America One Al manac goes with every subscriptio- The Almanac and the Courier a year for 115 Hardware Cutlery Groceries all1 at reasonable prices Shaw Bet tertwortb Cc Change in the Cabinet Ant nounced The following statement regarding the prospective changes in President Roosevelts cabinet has been madly public at the While House Seoretaryaafrom the cabinet the falfowiriG changes will bo mode i TrlCllUljHtJrhI eorgcYonAttorney General Hon CbatJfj1 J Bonapr rte a Secretory of the Navy Hon VIe ter H Metoalf Secretary of Commerce and Labor Hon Oscar S Strauss The general Hmlerstamllng for some time has been that Attorney General Moody would retire on Jan uary 1 and that Secretary Shaw will follow him March 4 next On the Ant day of the your those fore Mr Bonaparte who is now sect etary of the wavy will svceeed Mr Moody as attorney general and he will in turn be sMoeeeded by Mr Metcalf the secretary of commerce and labor the latter plan being nlled by Mr Straw Mr Cortel yiN now jNNimaiter general will take Secretary 9kaws place on Mardi 4 at wfctah time Mr Meyer Is to become petma ler general The appointment of Mr Strauss awed oomMornble wrvrise as It will be the Ant case whore a dtlien ef the Kekcrr faftn has been nude a Member of Ute prs4dent cabinet He was born Deemnoer JO 1850 and to well known ac a merd ant diotooNU and aolhor He repreeeol ed Ute United States M minister to Tnrkey on two different occasion and woe anoomioi by President Roosevelt to Alt Ute VMMCT caused by the death of former ProekUnt Harrison ac a member of the per manent court of arbitration at The Hagne School Teacher Missing at Columbus The followingwas sent the Appeal ky the HUrkraan cortosoondent On Monday morning when the papMe of the CoMmboe Ky school etembtrd to resume their Undoes it was tftoeovered that Mise Dollie Thomas one of the toaahers nImiseiag Dirisg Ute day it develop prmoualMtHvia South Colnmnns on one of the Mobflc and Ohio raids ipt trains aid so far she has sot been heard of allhottgh her family has mode diligent search for the miteing young lady As she bought no ticket the agent can give no clue to her dasti natlon or the direction she traveled Min Thomas IIs a beautiful girl ofII I the blonde type and Is about 21 old Her home Is at Oakton Ky a small place about six miles south of Columbus She taught exproeeion In the Columbus public school Money Present talks Day and PhilolophyII oSome orators have a tine com languagewAnyone can be a power for evil It takes character to be a power goodThe that somebody else does it Is societys a=twice rCertain men are determined to get their share of what does not belong to them You can lead a man to College but you cannot make him think 1You can tool everyone save God and yourself The boa a suit which probably will be filed at St Louis within the next two ceksjI seeking the dissolution of the Stand ard Oil Company as a combine and in monopolllticII The proceedings will be similar iinIi nature to those which forced the j abandonment of the Northern Se Companyn No need to be saving with 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 K NoticeI1 I You will Never have ThisOpportunity OpportunityAgain IInow have for sale five 6acre lots- These lots are within six blocks of Clinton street the main business street of the cityThese lots are within two blocks of the street the churches arc on andseven blocks from the Hickman College fYou arc just out of townandright in town be ing only 10 minutes walk to the business street These lots lay just outside of the Corporation the line running just in front of them you will therefore not have to pay any city tax yet you will have every advantage that the man inside the city limits has Six acres of groundwill give you a nice lot for a house A nice poultry yard gardenIA nice orchardetc There is now a good road passing directly in front of these lots leading from West Hickman to East Hickman There is also a footbridge across the ravine that willl lead you direct to the city I will build within the nex five months a goodsub stantial driveway across this ravine s hich will give you a direct driveway to the cityThese lots will be sold for onehalf their real value If you do not want to build buy for an investment These are the only first class building lots left The town has grown cry rapidly within the last five years and will grow more rapidly in the next five yeturs If you are thinking of buy ing a place to build do not delay as this iis an opportunity that you now have and which you may never havet again Upon investigation youlll find the description given of these lots to be absolutely correct First come first served C L Walker a4isw r- N 1 1 The October List of Good I People The following list represents those who paid ui subscription money dur ing the month of October Max Powell Springfield Ills W P Taylor Fulton Mrs H A Nussbaum Cape Girardeau Mo Miss Lillie Hubbard Nashville S N White Drooksvllle Fla Vahl Stahr Kalispel Montana J A Townsend Route 1 N N Garrison Kenton Tenn M Tull Route 2 T H Noonon Watkins Colo Mrs Burgoyne New York City T W Drewry Union City 5 Mrs Garrigan I Union City Mrs R D Watson New Madrid Mo J R Davie Route 4 Mrs Barbara Hayes Bayouvllle Mo E G Oman Route 1 Sam Bcckham Moscow J F McClelland Cayce N L Parks and L L Hinthaw Dorena Mo J K Barnett Route 3 J Spradlin Hot Springs Ark Mr Sallie Threl keld Union City W J Mayes Cayce J J Seay Route 4 Jas Townsend Dorena Mo BD Kim berlln El Paso Tex Dr S W Luton Cayce Mrs L A Bradley Route 4 Mrs Cavitt Route 1 jo Campbell Cayce W R Cole Route 2 J E Griffeth Route 2 P J Frenz Dr Hubbard Chas Schlenkcr Jo Noonen J M Moore Miss Mena Diesllebjlnk J R Anderson A G Kimbro Chas Menifee Thos Dil lop Jr J P White and W C Johnson HIckman Woodland Mills Miss Mary Burrus Is en the sick listMr Ntoedemtis Haakura was here Sunday Mr Hugh Ed Curlin was here WednesdayMr Saunders Isi very sickI with pneumonia Mr Wllburn Hefley visited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs A A Craves visit ed relatives Sunday here Mrs M L Harper is visiting her daughter Mrs H L Curlin i Mr Caleb Brasfield attended ser vices at Poplar Grove Sunday Messrs J L Rush and M 2 Wilson were in Union City Saturday Mr and Mrs Arthur Evans are visiting relatives here from Barlow KyThe infant child of Mr and Mrs H L Curlin is very 111 with pneu moniaMiss Nan Jones spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Lucy I BurrusMr Neelle Evans died at the home of Mr Frank Evans near Woodland Sunday 7 P M Mrs W H Whipple and Miss L G Clark attended the funeral services at Antioch Monday Mr Johnle Saunders and Miss youngtpeople from here to seeII Bcttlc played at Union City Friday night The retail lumber dealers of West Tennessee and Kentucky assembled In nnnv nflSfat Union City Friday W K Hall of Fulton is president and P R Branford of Union City secretary The meetings of this association will hereafter be quar terly There were delegates from Hickman Wickliffc Clinton and Bardswcll Ky Dyer Ripley Henning Trenton Obion and Trimble Tenn Rally Day Service The Methodist Sunday School has made big preparations for the Rall Day Services next Sunday morning from 1030 to 11 t30 am There will he a special program by the children Thy have issued some invitation cards and are anxious for all the children parents and friends to be present This Iis service for you to attend By so doing you en courage the children and get better acquainted with the Sunday school work Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg a Do0 You Eat Then You Want the HOST ATHOrV 1 IAN 1J PerrysRestaurant call and see me Lunches of all kinds at any hour also regular meals FRESH OYSTERS served in any style when in season Dinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Muther Watoa tIt Meet Your Friends IIIIfit LAUDERDALES PARLORS TONSORIALF in Hickman Hot and ttbaths i electric lights t- f r qandq 4andCliatca Fit likTr aTiXy i Next door to Caruthers t- j lsly4 Jp TTy With Its SECURITY To Depositors of 7000000 Uapltal and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable reO qulrsment can be met with its unexcelled facilities With Its Y RECORD For safe and conservative management in the past that promises such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customers a service that is second to none Do It Now Enter the roost practical thorough and up todate Business College in the South Send for beautiful catalogue and rates of tuition Addr- essPaducah Central306 Broadway PADUCAH KY ree co Ieye caevcs4 Dr 1K Davidson Dentist HICKMAN KENTUCKY Oflico upstairs over Oowgill tt Oowgills Drug Storo I Your lrallt1clr should have its just share of your attention If you are particular about your dress i appearance let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry yeachTuesdayKennedy t Corum Aanry at Ndnb Xttlfont Hickman Furnitura Go INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 4 i a 71 1kIi- r r 1 f if i Cask Book oi- pdJi8plcudid ttI Solcotion NEW BOOKSSTATONERY NOTION c Call unit Bee our Stoak Every thing up to date t MAnY BenKNOBS it Co Say Mr Man aint you hungry Ifs o callat George Ed monds lunch coun ter and let him cook Liii you a firstclass lunch ofany kind I USSUSSUSUSPSSS- SLaifo U a Ran1o- ii Groceries mware Fresh Ue ts8 J ciII H read StoreIAgomia CHASE 4 SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS EXPERT TINNER I have secured the services of Mr t J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber nod solicit your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of all kinds ALL WORK Flit CLAM Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished R B BREVARD HICEMAH KBXTUCKY STKVK STAMRLIV- BRY FEED and SALE STABLE +n wr a Splendid service at reasonable prices Phone No 104 IfiD HEARSE 500 Wi T F Benton UContractingand Hauling AnythingAnywhere AnywhereAny time Telephone 50 Notice Having disposed of the stock of the Ellison Mercantile Co I am going to close the assignment in the shortest time possible Patties in debted to the Ellison Mercantile Co must come in and settle as B T Davis Assignee Administrators Notice All creditors ot the estate of C P McClellan are hereby notified tha all claims against said estate must provenrWalt a minute stop at the Elite ifcfor regular meals short order lunches cigars fruits etc H + t HOME CIRCLE COLUMN Use the bitter elements of life as medicine and feed on the sunshine Time is never lost that is spent in leading any person into a better life Dont negteat our children until they are grown and then complain because they Mgloct you Give your children good books and plenty of thorn and thon help them understand what they read Habits tormed in youth are very apt 10 stick to you in after Ute Young people who now spend every dollar they can rake are net apt toI be thrifty in after life Those who go ila rude company and we rude language will naterally associate with the ruder ohs in years to come Many parents never seem to think of those things but allow their chil dren to drift along jut as it may happen Sympathy doos not Ifefcton a bur den of sorrow trot it duos help the burdened one tO Mar WI load If therefore you know of a sorrow wnioh presses anothers heart give oxproMtoft to your sympathy with him eves though you understand that be alone rausi struggle under the weight of his burden In one soooe your words eannot Kelp Mm i In another sense they oars Spoak them out therefore for what they nay be worth He wilt be grateful for them and you will be the better for their speaking Solomons doscrfptfon of a lady is complete t The heart of her bas hand doth safely tryst in her Sht will do him good and not evil all the days of her life SM girdeth her 101M witb strength and stretoheth out her hand to the poor yea she giveth aid to Ute needy She maketh herself coverings of tapestry her clothing it purple and Ant linen Her husband is known in the gates Strongth and honor are her clothing She opentth her south with wisdom and in her tongue is the law of kindness Strength honor wisdom geodnoM and virtue are her reipti sites A woman strong and woman ly In all her ways In whom the heart of a woman oan safely trust this Is the porfoct lady Dont complain of your husband to anyone not even your own mother If she is the wise woman you think her she will respect you all the more Did you think when you married your Will or your Harry that he was the one perfect man in all the world and now you have found out that he Iis very human after all1 That it does seem sometimos as though he loved himself a little better than you That he can even bear to differ with you sometimes in matters that concern you very much And oh dear little woman that he will forgot just what you want him to re member sometimes Now just take our advice and donltJLell1 anybody He is your husbjSjjffiour other selfrand you oti tcover his faults just like yeu do your own Parental love conjugal love ftllial love are the keystone to that arch that supports the pillars of govern ment and keeps our social system secure As a rule anarchists have no children No nothing to love but themselves As a rule the poor love their children better than the rich for riches will in time absorb a man and absorb his best emotions With the poor the children are first with the rich they are second The law of compensation comes into everything in this life The good and the bad the joys and the sorrow are kindly mixed by a wise Provi dence Then let us all be content overtthe fence to envy our neighbor for we know not his secret sorrows Let us not trouble our own house for fear we shall inherit the world Honour the dear mother Time has scattered snowy flakes on her brow plowed deep furrows on her 1 i IN WOMANS BREAST ANY LUMP IS CANCER Any Lump or Soro on the Lip Fact or Anywhere Six Months is Cancer Free Back Cure YowrttH at HI r s LY cRt ryo- II WILL GIVE 1000 IF I FAIL Ti Cure Any Cancer or Tiiow 1 Trial adore III Poisons Dup GIM4t I wihoai iiirt emu AT urn tilt rerMn- h t aWetDfmih thilf llttn llt lAwItnlsL4- I1Nn Mi IWMN- r r rIUlKrwuOOlftll Of tkOVUftd- lraroi anrenM A I UUM punt atIicra-wlSue kotnmtl DO rle u 1rt- ml Must oo0er In dl toTrr M 1eotn1 WfttS DR I YRS WWHLEE k CO 201 do 203 N 12th SL SL Louis Ma KINDLY SEND TO SOMEONE WITH CANCEL ji The above brat it ttitciiy I CIInil have cured cases in thit tI cheek but is she not sweet and beautiful raw The lips are thin and shrunken but those are the lip which have WINd many a hot tear from the childish chutes and they arc the sweetest lips in the world The eye is dim yet R glwtlh the soft rudienoc that can never fade Ah yes she is a dear old mother The sands of life are nearly run sot but feeble at she is she will go farther and roach down tower for you than any other upen earth You cannot enter a prison whose bars can keep her out you cannot mount a soaifold too high for her to reach that she may kiss and bleu you in evidence of her deathless tare Whoa the world shall despite and forsake you when it loaves you by the wayside to perish unnoticed the dear mother wilt gather you lo her arms and toll you all your virtues until you almost forget that your soul is disfigured with vices Love her tenderly and cheer he declining years with holy devotion If an authoritative bulletin were to be Issued this moment from the court of heaven that In just seven days the earth would be destroyed what passion do you think would survive the work Would it be hate or envy or ambition or the love of pin1 Oh no of all the passions that animate the human breast the one to endure would be love There would be a rush to grasp loves Anal opportunity Mothers would gather children about them and there would be no impatience no putting aside of bothering little arms no withholding of caresses because they disarrange hair or lace There would be no turning the boys out into the street for the reason that in their play at home they were prone to make havoc with the tidies on the chairs and bricabrac on the shelves There would be no lack of knowledge as to where the girls are in the vening or at train time when the depot is swarming with loafers In different husbands and nagging bickering wives would forego their coldness and their quarreling to vie with each other to redeem the past during the brief time allotted them Friends would be more faithful lovers more true associates more thoughtful of each others comfort as the swift hours sped away But we need no bulletin from heaven to acquaint us with the briefness of loves opportunity The span of our day is already set and we won der if the thought of home to us may not quicken us to improve the chance to brighten our homes with the full and constant shining of love that is in our hearts although dimmed and ourroded by the sordid environments of life The new coal yard wants your I order t f Open night and day Elite Cafe Woodland Mills Item Last weeks items IRainI fidgar Shores from Rives was here Sunday night Mr Oscar Hone cult spent Sun day and Monday here Mir Itannie Brasfield has been rionfly til for a week Mfrs Myrtle Harper after a pleasant visit returned to Martin Tenn Messrs Ferdle Maddox and Hugh Id Curlin were out here Sunday Mrs Dr Phelps and Miss Inez Harpole visited MratoL Curlm SundayMiss Jennie Coke Burrus spent Saturday night with Miss Eannie D Bratsfield Miss cattle Sanders returned home after a pleasant visit to friends and relativcIIhIregular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night Sunday mowing at 10 tol ok at the home of Mr and Mrs H L Curlin Mr Biward Harpole and Miss Marc Harper wore united II- i in bonds of holy matrimony by Rev Stigler The event was a coMom oration of several years courtship although the wadding was prearrange wi possibly for a few days only and hence without special ceremony or attending functions only a few rela I lives and friends being present I Miss Harper was a very popular yooi g girl and admired for those i qualities which grace and enable j womankind i enshrines the altar with ooatltudes of matrimony and wife hoMoe k the daughter of Mr and Mrs K D Harper deceased one of the oountys best families The groom Mr Harpole comes from one of Jordan best families and tis a noble young man and is worthy In every respect o1 the fair young bride he has won They will reside with Mrs M 1 Harper amid will be at home after the Jtth BK CHARITABLE to your buries as well as to yourself You need not suffer from pains of any sort your horses need rot suf fer Try a bottle of Bollards Snow jrM Roberts Bakersfleld Mo writes OIl have used your Liniment for ten years and And it to be the best I have ever used for man or beast For sale by CowglHs Drug Store Helm Ifllson Dave Lasewoll of BUabethtown Ky has a large Russian mulberry tree that begins bearing fruit M May and continues in full bearing until November The chickens are very fond of the ripe mulberries as the berries fall on the ground and live for six months under this Wg tree After eating the mulberries for a short time the hens lay eggs colored like those used at Easter Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula ec zema itching risings and lumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrah rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B according to directions Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every eruption and giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin At the same time B B B improves the digestion cures dys pepsia strengthens weak kidneys Just the medicine for old people as it gives them new vigorous blood Druggists Si per large bottle with directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical ad vice also sent in sealed letter B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases of impure blood and skin disease and cures after all else fails WANTED I want to buy one or two barrels of sound winesap apples H T Beale Courier office 1 RHEUMATISM CURED I The Circulation Stimulated and 1he Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Slo s Lirvinveivt V si00Sold rr11Addresst J NOW IS TILE TIME r TO PUCE YOUR ORDER ron S COALPITTSBURGH 410 KENTUCKY 350 Needs no introduction In IHckman It has been L d here for years and has always given perfect wtufa r It is the Kind of coal you want Takes very little lK i ing to start it No popping out in your eyes antiiI the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very bett rd Cheapest Coal on the Market Our Prices are positively the LOWEST Place vur der NOW for future delivery while the prices arc Icw est Full weight and fair treatment guaranteed S Independent Coal Co Hickman Ky Phone 153 ti 44t J A COTTOH Ts W J COTTON ADAMSJ Plumbing Tinning All JCindq of Sanitary Work toofinr Stoam Pitting leap in stook nt nil tiu1l8 Stovo 13unr1 I Collar Rings Stov+ Shovels Hlnok Silk Stow I on oarth Mnko nspoomlty of ropniriiiK nnl v- Htovos Imtullo lovu pipe of nil kinds T I1f j Joints Plain and KtiHsian Iron Pipe Wo nvI personall attontion and uarnntuo RutiHfnrtiuir u YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Qunhtv at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written fcuar antce For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cuttcri W J BARR Y HICKMAN KENTUCKY J tAAJ I Will build you A HOMEON 30AHY MONTI IXY J AYM10Nl 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 IM s hardware sash and doors to be found in the city My 1 3 are right You be the judge i call and see va A DCDDSMTtTTTTTTr TTttfTTttttt