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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3 L+ tC- dtrha l YYYOj s1l tnYl1 W THE HIeKMAN eOURIERA fsws Owl PWf the Commuei Wagon up the Hillof Succan The Courier hi a Goad TeRm Dreaaa the flxln of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up r J YtNTW8BTU8tt i liToouHICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9 1906weorn fro Blicn 1891I P Our October Business Far Surpassed That Qf 1 LOctoberI We attribute the increase to our efforts to increase standards of quality without proportionate increase in the cost of i Is thus gaining the confidence and good will of the people a firms most valuable asset We expect to make Novembers business show a greater increase over last year and ask you to help us by so doing you will help yourselffor we will give you merchandise greater value than is usually found at suchprice It Will Pay You to Trade With a Growing Store Specially Priced Millinery V t I0 tiino in tho season hnvu wo boon ublo t- ofr or botitor values than those wo havo try fr tomorrows and noxt weeks soiling Tailored Hats Tailored Hats Wo luivo just llddod a ntiinbar of it Ira Hsi1y worth miioh more tilmn wo oak fOr MI Th y arc in nil colors and tho shnpaa pro iMwait Priaoft rung trom350 to 6 ReadytoWear Hats Rradyto Wear HatsA splondid nSHOrtmonb of i vluH for Fall and Win tor woiir nt prlooe thloW rogiilrir valuo Tho prices ran go 1 to 3 Childrens Hats and Caps Children Hats and Caps A largo oollwtion of tWo ituiKftg srcopdonal values aU 50c to 250 w Outings and Waistings Outings in oheoks stripes solids Suit pretty coin MTynrel lOc Wnutings a beautiful agsortmont of patterns in iiiit t HtrinoH por yard 10 and I5c River Commission Coming ippi river commission luartera at St Louis Miu will meet Nov 17 r trainer Mississippi at IIP purpose of t jiii trip from N w Orleans It will r ann on 18th or 19th utrip is what IIs known onetimportant of the year- s1 the commission to see c n the which water usually when the jK trij ns made WIP- Wifer fc In at to it on to of in in in A of at of U S A i M r 4 ThtCs1nhing tyie ef is thing +os jJaawig are ease au fst Issvsl long Ipeen genuine trademark It ik stumped on in Tho intcBigcBt recogwi it at against dilution I IricodatI 400 It Loose Coat of ton oloth front and buck I6 long values at to 750 in gray and black lhoy nro miulo and would nt mtioh more than tho asked Thoy runup from 850 to AT 15 TO 20 tho coats wo show tho flnosb lino over In they in anti box hack in solids and vrtBiw and k Made in tho tame mannor n8 thu Indies and of the 350 to 650 its journey down the the will stop certain points and hear those appear before matters the the liver Both Pat The two synods that have been session their labors Friday The Synod will meet again next October howling Green while Synod made up Unionists will meet next year where the State Synod Church Dodd Shoes the Tint yeti Rut net UM the and Jat which thoy noted None without the the sole and sewn the lining her tub and hop quit 300 330 and Mai bo In ng ed river and the also meets at which time and the final steps for the union of the two will be the at the City Tonn on the i of He said I j With none but love for all or no ty IIj toiam a slay The entire their to stand by tits t y on thoir feet Our Book it l t if s r Ladies Childrens Underwear Attractively Blankets Comforts Comfortsoovored Exceptional Values Coats Childrens Coats Skirts Furs Offerings Direct Response for Certainly Deserves Ladies ploatud panol inolios spoolul t- hopriilo8350Newest plaids oxtiromoly wall oxoollont pricos 1250 COATS higher price displayed Ihokman como soinUfltltf plaids bonuUfully porfuot fitting1MISSES COATS stylish garmonts same materials far a to In a nil arty ano ser os KY beglnninc inspection government Models commission whodcstrc pertaining improvement Standing Kentucky Hopklnsville closed adjourned Loyalist Owcnsboro Presbyterian MDreHy safeguard place consummating ohurclio takenAt Loyalist sorvico Union quation church property toward property propel Cumberland Presbyterian Synod showed willingness standing Wherein Differs from All Standards was cussed Rev Mr Henderson of in the of of the Church as to that of the Churoh U S A Ct mber1 Banner was re cagntied as the paper of the Church A was expressing the Synods to the 106 who at Decatur in Muy 1906 by of the t gWV J li v roc1t1vllT still g Priced Ladies Union Suits gray ribbed rued heavy fleeced high neck long sleeves and well made also vests and pants in tjio sumo materials you will find nil excellent values p fr garment 25 35 50 and 60c Finer Qualities in wool cotton fleeced union suits vests pants 100 to 160 Misses and Boys ribbed and fleeced union suits 1111 woll made you will find them excellent values por garment 25 35 and 50c and Gold mean moro bedding You will find it will pay you buy them hero Cotton Blankets in white and gray with borders tho bettor grades bound prices range according to size and quality from to 175 White Wool Blankets extra fleece pink or blue por pair to 500 White Blankets tho finest grado wool i Pintail bound Milk with pink or blue per 500 to 1000 with good quality cotton goods and silkolino filled with best white cotton Prices t range from 100 to 225 in and Splendid Below Merit Your Immediate and Each One valuoa FURS IN ATTRACTIVE STYLES An inspection will convince you that wo have by tho largest stock and tho loxvewt prioos Fur Colarettes largo assortment and oxcol lont values ranging in price from1oo to 500 Long Furs prico range from 200 to 1750 Childrens Furs in sots 225 300 CHILDRENS CLOAKS numbor of attractive styles long and mod ium langtli in brown green and castor Pricos range from J II 150 to 500 LADIES SKIRTS Walking skirts in ninny models tho newest fibylos Thoro blacks blues grays mix turos in Panamas worsteds cheviots and prico 150 to 750 I HICKMAN SMITH AMEERC HICKMAN KYII WftlldeUvered Other dis by POintIedconlession faith Cumberland Presbyterian compared Presbyterian The lid Cumberland Presbyterian resolution passed gratitude loyal delegates the Assembly stood the perpetuation Cumberland and and cotton to 150 of in pair Presbyterian Church- A resolution was adopted to be sent to the next General of Cumberland Presbyterians offer ing an to the action of that body to Section 60 of the Confession of Faith Kentuckian Becomes Rip Van Winkle One of the most remarkable cases in the annals of medical science hasI just come to light in Russell County the truth of which is vouched for by citizens of that community Ilerchall Grider aged 63 years of All Hom PriIt Sptnkin of owminwir nights colored heavy borders borders The malice very plaids from church 65c extra Assembly amendment confine Modern prominent l near Rowena fell asleep twelve years ago and all efforts to awaken him have proved unavailing to this day During that time he has been given liquid nourishment twice a day The mans pulse and physical condition are said to be normal and his muscles are more supple than a man who has had exorcise Physi cians are puzzled over the strange malady If you have given an order for coal and same has not been prompt ly delivered telephone your cons plaints to no 48 Ice Factory o1 Hickman Ice and Coal Co r i i ii fjfj- V I 1 1I 4 f- ti I f f fjt t I i I I t i I J i J I r V r I ISON BRO I 88O- ur I Tistocks are now complete with full assortments of New Fall and Winter Merchandise Dry Goods Cloaks and Skirts Shoes Clothing Mens Furnishings Stoves Hardware Chinaware c All of the newest and latest styles and of the highest quality We want particularly to impress upon you the fact that owing to the necessity which will compel us to consolidate our stocks al the end of the year we have marked everything throughout the store at much lower prices than usual A call will quickly convince you of the difference between our prices and other stores Stoves- We sell exclusively th- eCelebrated Wilson Heaters Undoubtedly the best all round coal and wood stove manufactured Consumes all the smoke ashes Gases soot etc No Smoke No Dirt Every one guaranteed Our prices are lower on these stoves than you can buy them elsewhere Cloaks EmpressBrandand wraps and have just received a complete as Eortment of the seasons newest garments These we figureVerycut extreme lengths i in black tan and castor at 16 12 and 10 Very nobby fancy coats in the new gray and brown plaids and mixtures correct cut and lengths 5 6 and 750 Misses Childrens and Infants cloaks in a 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 prices far below actual value A rare chance if you want a good cloak for little money Skirts We have just received a new line of the famous perfectfitmuch less than asual Very handsome skirts latest style that sell everywhere for S7 and 5750 for 6 Complete line of stylish skirts made of new serviceable 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 satteen waists at 50c to 75c Dress Goods We are now showing a very select assortment of the seasons newest dress fabrics In wool lab tics you can find any shade of the popular cloths Serges Batistes Broadcloths Panamas Henri ettas both plain acd fancy mixtures We are showing beautiful shadow plaid serges worth SI 25 a yard 1 Mercerized waistings very handsome cloths for waists in the new plaid effects per yard25e NEW PLAID SUITINGS suitingsInusually for 12 l2c and 15c lOc Millinery Our millinery offerings consist of an immense and varied assortment of high grade Trimmed 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 pre fer at about half the usual figure For example we offer the latest things in trimmed and tailored hats worth S3 to 750 for 350 to 150 We offer quite an assortment of the latest shapes in Street Hats all colors worth up to S3 choice for 1 to 50c All kinds of caps etc in all the new ideas for infants and children wear all at popular and low prices 1 25 50 and 75c Stoves We are exclusive agents for the famous Boss Hot Air Coal Stove No Smoke No Dirt No Gages No SootHighly finished in tho most orna mental style Those stovos sell usually overgnyJioro at from 1250 to 15 Our prteog 1150 to 1025I L Neckwear quite things and Hardware Sheet Wood Stoves 150 Large 300 Kvory kind now ready Stovo Gourds Pokers Tongs Scuttles Vases All sizes fire grates Aluminum Steve hoards Vd5c Japanned Dial Hods 16e Japanned Coal Japanned Coal HtHllo Forced Reductionso- fClothing Prices by to reduce this Immense stock of Mens Boys and Childrens Clothing we present the extraordinary occasion of heavily reduced prices at the of season Mens Suits Including our entire stock Now lFall Just re singlobrenil wool cloths We Offer Choice of Any 2500 Suit for 1750 Any 1500 fory 1050 Any 750 Suit for 475 Childrens Suits Wo have an immense oHsortiuont Clothing all sixes to reduce tho stook nt onco We Choice of Any 600 Suit for 450Any 500 Suit for 375 Any 400 for 300Any 200 Suit for 150Any 150 Suit for 10O Overcoats Including our largo Coats just received in order make certain and sure the this stook we offer nght now at tho beginning the season tho Remarkable Concessions Any 250O Coat for 1750 Any 1500 Coat for 1050 Any 750 Coat for 475 Novelties The new things this season in Ladles Belts Bags Combs etc are prettier and daintier than ever and we are showing a select collection of most popular novelties in aU these lines extromelylowLadies BoltH an assortment tho latest samples 50c Bolts for 25c vathotyTurnoverseffects etc 5c 10e Plain and mounted Back and Sido Combs lOc to 75c Stoves Stove SPECIAL Iron Small size size of stove hardware Shovels tfWs N JOe Compelled necessity beginning the of Purchases Suit of Childrens and Offer Suit assortment of uptodnto to reduction of of following the 2550c Gloves- Wo have to offer a special aHsortmon of drummers samples of Kid Gloves assorted colors and sizes Suodo and pnirforLadies and misses Golf Glovos in plain colors and fancy effects a varied assortmont50and 25c Childrons and Infants Gloves at from j 10 to 25c Dishes Just received immense now mont of DiHhos and Ohiiunvvr ft kinds Dinner sets too w i sots wash stand sets oups and plates bowls pitchers plats All of it at much loss than t prices For oxmnjilB Dinner Sot 50 jlteceB flm ware 175 Dinner Set 100 urtuwI I ohin u WaftI 1000 Enamelware Tinware c ISnamoled Pudding Pau 1Sc Broad Tlnrna ml 2fe 6 gallon Lard nh 35e S gallon Lard Gam 40c 10 gallon Lard Qnnr 50e Galvanized Himteirrn I 20c Pudding Pnn8JI 5e 21quart enameled DfSh InnK 05c House Furnishings Our lIRe ef House Furnishings K wrv Inall departments Floor covering P Qartan Wlndew Shades Quilts Tats Towels Napkins eta all Marked al than the usual price A special bargain In Table mCII V ceriaed and Red damask worth IS to assortment of patterns aL 25 and 30c An Immense assortment of white I covers center pieces and luuoh cloths v to 150 plain and fancy drawn work tr rat 35 75 and 90c Blankets and Comforts Strictly all wool Springfield blankets most quality extra llar llt size sells usually for 7F50plUrSame blanket in 104 size n pI650 Fancy soft warm cotton Mr reel liko flue wool full size 15u y for 125 Good sizo cotton Blanket forE OOc v Full size comforts regular ltn J Cor 75c Flannels and Outings Complete stock of wool Flannels in al4 White red blue grey brown etc at I to SI per yard All wool flannels aL 25c OUTINGS Good Outing Fannel at 5 and Oc Heavy Outing Flannel lOc value at 7 e Fancy Outings light and dark usually 12 12c lOc Fine thick French Outings Kimona p = Y 15c quality for 11c J f 1t T1 A t n How People I Get Rich ver slopped to think how muah money other people vv they get It Do you know how they gel rich b te men and in each case you will find that some y learned how to make a little money do a whole lot now they haye big incomes you do the same 1 There is no use in expecting to Brings In a bank where you will draw 3 per cent per- u ever dtd Have you ever stopped to think with have that yOU could in a few years build up your a rich man 1 Will you let me tell you hew to do itt YOUR OPPORTUNITY i the host Concrete Machines on the market a will supply the greatest neeessUy known to the build r demand for these maoMnoc Is Inoroaring M fast t I vr more capitalJ to handle the business For th- islcorperattug a company The capital stock will be zed hits shares of 10 each You can buy this t 10 a aharo1n a few years it will be worth 100 MY GUARANTEE rte ySN 15 per aent on every dollar you invest and iiMalfcoftod at arty time I will buy hock the stock at t Ilrw ot HI a stare U yqujoome In with me on this 10 bo qpfefc about it You tin buy this stoek for snsgrIhpuss Address all oarrcapomleoce and tijicotI It JOHN HENDERSON P O Box 105- asliviile Tennessee t I iRUTLtHHIRS CAFEmad I l J IA f 1k rCTNC r 1 at0ilt Seasonable Fruits 1tt11i Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc t fail to himr tho Eluotrio Piano CA RUTHERSPHONE90 SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY king as much off your farm as ought No doubt youI UUOHR THe trouble is the land costs toe rnuoh Itl neT to buy a big farm and to you are trying to make a arm or perhaps you are renting one and paying a goodI i raito In rent Wouldntt it be better to go where rt 1110 little hat you can own A big farmwhere cve nut is woiblng for you and all you raise is paying you housandi of acres of tulle land In the Southwest along ton Belt Route that oan be bought for from J to 10 an r n increasing m value each year Sec the Southwest at Small Cost f Southwest would convince you that your bOlt Interests gyre The trip can be made at a very little expense U ftI TuuMlays cf eaoh month you can purohatc a round trip lilt in the Southwest on or via the Jetton Belt Route ntI Stopovers will bet allowed for you to cxtimlne any locals rted in nee for free copies of books describing this wonderful r Imformalloii about cost of tickets etc u KUR D P A Cotton Hell Route 25 South Main Memphis Tenn UmbLtttNI Iicttrnurtrr to i tLuI1Mrn UUIt f 11000Long distance linos and telephone o- fhin Company onnblo you to talk almost mywhoro In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky TonnosBQO Mississippi ml Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with tho I people of this great section of tho country Wo solicit your patronage Raton reason ablo Equipments and facilities unsur passocl A ilpALQL LELAND HUME T D WtBD r Mrupr ItoojT li AMU UMil Man Tut r w f6 I1 Aiwther Bunch of Ju licc Metedutby Judge Lynch George Kites a negro charged with killing Deputy Sheriff Hinton Sasely and mortally wounding Deputy Sheriff John flowers was taken from a sheriffs posse by an armed mob at Halos point Tenn on the Mississippi river about 70 miles north of Ripley and hanged to a tree Sheriff Pcnnington and a dozen deputies were taking the prisoner to Ripley the county seat to place hIm In jail when they were overtaken by the lynohers who were wellknown farmers friends of the dealt and wounded officers and told to sur render him The sheriff parleyed and argued and threatened but the mob would not be put off and in plain blunt terms told the sheriff that they were there for the purpose of banging the negro and did not in tend to leave until they had executed their purpose It was in vain tool the sheriff expostulated with them for they rushed on him and hit deputies and overpowered themJJ The negro did not beg for moray i He knew that he was guilty and no confession was wrung from him Silently and swiftly the mob threw aInoose over his neck and pulled him up several feet above the ground tying the rope to the limb of a groat oak tree Btto strangled to death the mob art ofters grmp d about UK tree In Nttle tenets watching Ihel convtiMoia and wrUMftgs of hit botIyI u life went out of It I ALWAYS WAS SICK When a man says IN always was skk tnwMod with a cough thai lasted ill rwt would ym think If he should styYo never wm slot since noting Bollards hire howid Sywp lick a mao exists Mr J C Clark Denver Cote rado 1irttIolor yours I wax tronMotl with a severe oough that j would last ill winter This tough left me IN a miserable ooitdttitn I tried Bollards Horehound Syrup and hive rat hail a sitk day since Thats what It did hr meYerIIC- Ile by CowgHk Drug Slot It Helm td1Mreurs Dorena Items A number of young people were the potts of TJnirroan Plckctt Sun elute Mrs Moore of Hlrtmanj visited Mttc Clev Thomas a few days last weak Mr Huff of Annliton was dawn Saturday seeing after the Interest of his arop Rev J N Graves will preach at Locust Grove the scoend Sunday m next mouth I Miss Mabel Piokctt of Bernie Mo visited relatives In and around torertt last week Mr Woodsen Morse of Wolf Island all ended Sunday Sahool at SundaylMisses Fowlkes and HIsey was the guest of bits Aydelott of Medley ryfrom Friday until Sunday Some young folks gathered at the home of Mrs J D Piokett Saturday night An enjoyable time reported Bro Johnson preached a series of sermons last wcek at Locust Grove with which there seemed to be much interest taken 1Mr Will Clevedence and Miss Hltohcook of Wolf Island passed through Saturday enroute to Hick manMessrs John Bryant Polhamus J D Plokett and J W Byassee left Friday for Charleston in the interest of the levee of this district Mr Henry Cochran of Chirles ton candidate for collector of re venue of Mississippi Co was in this vicinity last week electioneering with votersThe and Hickman rail road Co took up its option with Luther Hinshaw last week paying him 2500 for forty acres of land This looks like building railroad with the contract of a four mile levee It looks like Dorena will get its boom The contract slated that hr would be ready to go to work in ten days with one hundred teams tL oF J It I Candidates Daughter tier father was a candidate His daughter was my love Her face was morning light to me at Her eyes the stars above Her father was a candidate t This much is worth note She came to me all smiles to state t Pa needs the floating vote I My dear I said ypu cannot get This Foaling voters vote Without you give him something first al- To make this voter float Something to lift him up from earth And spread his joyous wingarIn a light of sunny ecstacyteWhere larks and linnets sing IIII dlThtsawII clean through my anecdote j And blushed a bit and archly sighed feSoI folienofI He needed floaters badbThe sweetest lips I ever Hush III Ijvoted for her dad I If you want help if you have something for sale or trade if you are have property for sale or rent if you lose something advertise in of the Couriers Want Column Itucosts only one cent a word and i brings results Try It and be con vlnced alHeto know men deeply and only to get happiness never to get anxiety dis tress disappointment out of knowing L1Uuseeks companionships friendships and contacts with mankind directly or and simply for the pleasure they Dr will give him Phillips Brooks Think of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure the ft your note and throat discharges Dr if breath Is foul feverish lyTWlIftOWtains Oil of Buealyptus Thymol Menthol do incorporated into an imported orearallke velvety petrola turn It soqthe heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial hex Sold and recommended bye all dealers The ladles will see in the lat postal order tb discontinue back stamping tellers to save time and expense of handling the mallI Another masculine outrage A man can now cary his wifes letter several days without being under the necess ity of making awkward and some times lame excuses Prevention as the name implies prevent all colds and grippe when taken at the sneezing Itage1In Preventlos are toothsome candy tablets Prevention dissipate alll colds quickly and taken early whenI you firstt feel that a cold is coming they check and prevent them Pr verities are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent andI 25 cent boxes by all dealers Percy Jones left Saturday night for Cairo Ills where he has a good position with a lumber company in I that city His family will remain iin Hickman until the first of the year j Carelessness In sending moneyII through the mails is commented upoIin a bulletin issued by the Postoffice Department Quo case is give 1 where the dead letter office received I letter from abroad which had bee addressed to a missionary in Africatt Isis name was given but no post office address The letter was open ed by the deadletter office and found i to contain S40D- Telephone Ice Factory Office phone no 48 for coal Hickman Ice and coal Co If the shoe fits its a sure sign a roman will ask for a small size Dont accuse man of acting lh fool perhaps they are not really acting Best goods best service lowc prices on groceries at Shaw Dell tersworth When a miser marries he picks out a woman who looks nice in he old clothes Autumn necessities Horehoun- candy for that cold at the K K t Special Term of Fulton Coun ty Circuit CourtI- n the special term of circuit court Hickman the suit of B W McClure vs Joe M Atterberry was concluded Tuesday The suit in volved a novel question as to Atter berrys right to close an old road I ItheI requires Atterberry to remove obstructions in the old road Ed Thomas was attorney for McClure R L Smith of Clinton for At The case of Singer Mfg Co as and Mrs JJ M Reid as aintiff was disposed of and a ver dirt rendered in favor of the de ndant Mrs Reid brought suit r Ihe recovery of about 3000 acres land and about 45000 for timer Car Famine The railroads all over the country experiencing their annual car famine as the immense shipments coal grain and cotton begin it is as it is every fall almost impossible to gel cars for local ship menu The situation seems to grow worse every year although were told the railroads arc having more oars made as fast as the capacity of the shops will permit The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying poisonous drug But it passes Shoope Cough Cure as made for 30 yean entirely free Dr Shoop all slang has bitterly opposed use of all opiates or narcotics Snoops Cough Cure is absolute safe even tor the youngest babe and it cures it does not simply suppress Gel b sate and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell ItAU deal Bonnie George the five year old theehome of Chas George J 12 miles west of Hickman tact Wednesday child had been making her home with Chas George since last Christ mas at which time her mother died When a young man gets married his mother always wonders what he can see in a girl like that Jas Prather of Woodland Mills the Courier a pleasant visit Friday ILve Is seldom blind to the financial interests connected with a mat dealeMisses Orlena and Mirenda Wilson have been visiting in Fulton W N Brassfield of State Line was in our city on business Saturday Homeseekera Round Trip Rates to the South at greatly reduced rater on the first and third Tuesday of each month from points on the line of the CENTRAL RAILROAD willngive you full particulars as to rates parn ticular attention is herewith called to the tact that on the November 6th excursion one can visit the MISSISSIPPI INDUSTRIAL EX POSITION that will be held in Jackson the slate capital November 5th to 10th Extensive displays of States products agricultural machinerylive stock dairy products vehicles industrial features good speakers on pertinent topics illuminations music fire works and a Pike Take this opportunity to see thee industrial and agricultural features ot the South portrayed in practical and condensed form It will help thetFull particulars concerning Home seekers Excursion Rates can be had of agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines or by addressing- r either of the undersigned F W Harlow D P A Louisville MemphisdS G Hatch G P A Chicago a we w- E HickmanRealty Buy and Sell Real Estate Build and Rent Houses If you are looking for a Real Estate Investment COME AND SEE US If you want to buy a lot to build or want a home paymentsI US We offer on reasonable terms the following sf Real Estate For Sale One New Dwelling Desirably located on the hill in one of the best neighbor hoods in town Has five rooms reception hall and a porch bath room and water closet with hot and cold wa ter Good cellar and base lightsWILLIT TO GOOD TENANT One 5Room House On the hill adjoining the above Five rooms halls front and back porches bathrroom and water closet with hot and cold water Electric lights cellar and basement One House 4 Lots In East Hickman now ocru pied by good tenent Will sell at a bargain 19 Houses and Lots In West Hickman all rent ed to good paying tenants Six of these are new just completed Have had from SEVEN TO FIFTEEN applica tions for each house before completion These houses a will pay BIO INTEREST on the Investment Will sell singly oras a whole on reasonable terms 50 Good Lots In West Hickman We of fer these in any way want ed 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 ments One Choice Lot Desirably located one block from College An excellent location to build a home ta 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 batter in the bottom About 60 acres cleared Good houses and good tenants Will sell this cheap COME AND SEE US I W 8 EllisonManager c 1 i l lj1j1 Y d THE HICKMAN COURIER t t n r BELLE w olIlDDR JOSMTON Edlun Md rtnprktaa = 0 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR err CASH IN ADVANCEI u HHMred at tMe UtoftuMB itssucriv skfULmtt ant nipL lUdlU IsUIAsWOH puMDUBTiwa f M9 mmi nil co = C = Friday November 0 1906 4 Its aU over how do you feel Tore isnt a word in the Bs1 s1 language ken enough to dooot Is the election steal If we had a puppy that acted as disgraeeM as Ute ptogwt would at once say that he had db graced his caiimsehip May eW is to have aa animal fair A permanent organisation baa been affects aM the old fairI grounds loaaol lot a tern of ten years PISam Bagor sod Ma nttf hfcve done Kentucky democracy more harm degraded it more than ho could de good If be were given an opportunity for twenty yean Yellow dog democracy may sound like a sickening dose to swallow but n yollam dog is preferable to and ala more in harmony with tine name democrat than some men wino- S boss Kentucky poUHoa Infamous cowardly dtsfraeotel disreputable scandalous dishonor able tie lowest vilest outrage known In the tory of Kentucky the Stoat The same adjectives alight be xppiles to those implicated They wore not satleAod with steal lag the election by short hallo a and fraud otherwise but at Karrmw berg actually stole the ballot Done aad ballots from the sheriff of the election What do you think of that for a man to manage our state government for four years i The Hopi and Beckham districts were provided with plenty of ballots and voted negroes toe This k the kind of infamous rotten trickery and theft you approve of surd get when you vote for such men aa Beckham and Hager and say give us a bigger machine It Mott Ayers was so afraid he world not lot to keep hk numerous jobs given him by Beckham froMI which he draws five or six thousand dollars a year from the state titan ury that ho perpetrated the most disgraceful fraud to provost the election ef a man who he knew would be elected if the people were given an honest election If lam Hager poseeases the first principle of a gentleman if he k an r honed tons if there eves towed through his veins a drop of honest Wood from the day he was born until the day the ping stole the election from N B Hays if be has the remotest desire to art in Rood faith with Lao people of Kentucky p he will refuse to accept the nomina tioo which was acquired by wholesale robbery and which no more oolongs to hire by the will of the people than it does to the editor of the Courier ir 9 = 1V C My customers never talk like that byThet FOR TUE MAlI WIlD OKDKRS IT So is the overcoat They fttud hang right and feel right They here the style and the snap And cost less too Better look into this ELLISONS i I The eleotlon stool by Molt Ayers ml Ute rangwrithe most das tartly outran and insult star por p tmted upon the people of Kentucky Any one who would be guilty of molt infamy ought not to bt tolerated or even respected Such work is below the notice of honest decent people Boll County Ky a McCreary And Hays county was robbed of ballots for ala precincts The Bum UDder Ala dWnt Me It to tot those people oI We have had another example of machine politics Matt Ayers AS secretary of the Slate Democratic CommHtoe desk out the ballots for the primary lo Bait himself and the mashie In the counties which he know worn for Hays and McCreary he etther sent no ballots at all or sent Just sough to say that lie had sent tome Hieknun recoiled 9lJ ballots ion the two products to- odved lifSJnwi one day before Ute sib so that those would not be time eaougk to got more and as a rseult by noon Tuesday there were no ballots to be voted upon TMII chairman of the county eesrdttoe was not notified of the names of tINII election officers by him as k the law but Inc tIN precincts east of Hick man he interned the chairman that he had sent tile ballots direct to the ward aid tM semen of tile oioas- as well sad the names were with held from tIN county chairman It was tie rottenest pleat of work sad the l1Iteat theft that has ever beer practiced upon the people of Ken tSMtky M the history of the state It lias only done because the infernal macMno knew that they could not elect Mir clique of mm lAb h ut- mnaeer and mutt nse1 praotloe all sorts of trickery corropUe theft and if needs be intimidation to put their mao in office And thon too we are told that If the present ad minmtratMM is a machine to give us- a bigger machine How can a man count his coNociefios with a coat of Jntc and sty sash a thing and hwlat that the idminietnUk has been an honest one and that the same clique should be given an opportunity to emuinutto bring diagraoe and shame upon tM state that cannot be downed for a thousand years What can be said that Beckham has over dons since he has boon governor except to have created about thirty sew oAoes all of which are needlose and at a cost of ISOOOO year to the tax payers and all for the sole purpose of giving hk admirers the benefit of I thorn m order to have them with him to Meal elections and the like Men of that Ilk should not be permitted to even look at the executive offices i of the state much less nil them Spelling Bee at College Last Tuesday Night There was given at the College Tuesday sight a spelling bee the proceeds of which went to the Baptist church It was pOll by Mosdames L P niton and 1 B Thither Besides spelling there were songs and recitations The audience wits entertained by Miss Mabel Wilson with sense songs the music for which was rendered by Miss Elisabeth Wilson t recitations by Misses Loves lace sad Lois Bartlett each and every selection a rare one anti enjoyed to the utmost by everyone present The spilling bee created a deal of excitement as well as enjoyment and it developed that one ot more parties who arc known to be excellent spellers for some unknown reason felt down oo some simple words The little children took a part also and accredited themselves as spoilers A visiting lady from Cairo was very kind to take a place in the line and proved to be an excellent speller also Some of them stood in the tiring line quite a long time but when they did miss it was on some trivial word A prise was given the best spoilers a silvtrilollar and was won by Miss Loan Barry The second prlae a oarmel cake was won by Mrs Jno S Dillon The oake was made by Mrs L P Ellison and was an ap predated prize A bunch of yellow chrysanthemum was given to Mrs Goo Mlllett of Cairo Much enthusiasm was manifested by the participants and a great dulI of interest taken by those who il111 ROt participate but who enjoyed the twasioa equally as much as If thrv hid The Election1 The result of Tuesdays primary election after wholesale robbery gives the election to Stager and in complete returns up to our last hour Indicate that Beckham wins the sm aiorship Throughout the state the- machine and Deckhams pang re torted to UK basest fraud and thru nits wherever there was a MeCreary district the election was stolen outright It is the worst disgrace that that has ever boon thrown upon the fair name of Kentucky The perpe trators are not worthy of the nameI democrats In the first district Mo Cry and Hays carried McCrack oo Graves Hickman Ballard and Galloway counties sad the machine stole Livingston Caldwell Critten dui Trigs and Pultsjn counties Iliv till a majority for the machine of ISt for Raga and 102 for Beckham Tine totems ate incomplete but hMUcaUotM ate that the machine has i won by about 000 for Hager Full ton county gave Hager a majority of 145 and Beckham 52 That Senator MeCreary earned Louisville by over 7000 was no our prise He had an earaeilent organi sation and the voters of the city wore strongly for JU- an real surprise of the day was tie fact that N B Hays famed LouttviUe by 989 TIMrwk ever scon at aa elicHoa was executed by he machms soar Lesingtnq Xyan as a result over 1000 MeCreary voters in the county ware dirfran defend At the Pepper Distillery product the were no ballets er ballot box s sad nose of thee Beokham offic ers showed up This precinct was ton to one for MeCreary Oa the Ntehokuvtne pike just outside he oily the precinct contains over o voters but only 150 ballots were ert I these The police and ftrsman were stationed at ovary polling booth M the city and completely dominated Ute election and up to 11 ocfceki JOG ne roes had neon voted m Ute Interest of Beekkam According to mceapleU return from aU over the state Charles Hughes the XepwMtaan candidate has heel elected Governor of New York State over William RandolphI Hearst the nomiass of the critic party and the fadepeodenie League by approximately 40000 Rotates from star the State of r Tennessee show that gains and louts in various counties by Democratic and Republican gubernatorial nom DNa was abeut balanced Compar log the vote with that of two years ago a majority of 15000 for Mal cola lit Patterson Democrat ova H Cloy Bvans Republican is indi cated Missouri went Democratic RepuwHtoAS gala three ntngrefi men m Keatuaky NOTES OH THK PRIMARY One ward In Pulton counted eight votes for Hays Forty men swear they voted for him in that wart What right had Mott Ayers lathe room with the election oflcers while they counted the ballets How much bigger machine do you want stew1 Why did not Molt Ayers send the names of the election officers for Cayce Lodgton and Fulton to the county chairman with the ballots for these precincts as required by law I Fulton wasnt short on ballots Neither were the hones men given the votes they got at that place Where will it all end partyIt tion by a vote of a majority of the voters Sam Hager is not the nomi nee for he did not get the majority of the votes They were stolen from Hays Ballots were short at Owingsville another MeCreary district McCrearydistrict 11 oclock Just half the number were sent c Assortment The Important Feature vvliaii you innko n jnirohaso of furniture tutsI r ctthatWo lo not propose to disouss tho ninny stylos or tlio dillonm 1tOO but invito you t- oCome in andsee for yourself Wo intend to givo aomo tdoit of till Htxo and vuriuiy of our Iltilt vast rnnge of prices by quudlng n fait artlclca in tlio flirmt carritnl Iron Beds275 to 1200 Oak Suitea1400 lo 50000 Rockers 100 to 2000 Chiffoniers 1200 to 25 00 Sideboards 1300 to 3500 Folding Beds 100 to 1000 Wardrobes 800 to 25OO Dining Chairs 500 to 1800 Oak Exlcnsn Tables 500 to 2000 Mattresses 150 to 1200 Our new Fall goods are arriving daily and we invite you to come in and look around whether you intend buying or not Wo linvo this sortson by fur tlholIrutfosb atoak af ItrrJtffIm1ar to inokinan nits trio jprlooB win suit file most aonsiiwnil po biiwrn I Hickman Furniture Co Everything in Furniture Woodland Mill Mr Kolen Turner k il- lliMtn Carrie Burnss to very ill Mrs Tom Thomas to viilttng M KMMMI 13alenDamoCity Wedeesday Rev C B Bowles ptsAtliod at Woodland Sunday I rcWrarto Martin Wodaotday- Mies Nora Jaeksoa visited Moss Lizde Bcnmham Sunday Mine Lluie Brmmham spent Sat urday and Sunday at homes Wkfpplerattended services here Sunday The L S C will moot with Mrs D A Rice Wednesday evening Miss Beesie Logan spent Tuesday sight with Mke Meat Brasneld Miss Pauline Jackson vielted Miss Zola Bradley Saturday and Sunday Three States Items Alec Barnes went to Htokman Monday Ivies Jones was a visitor here Sunday evening After a siege of slekness will come and give you news Mke Ollfe Hubbanl is spending this week on Sugar Tree Ridge Hugh Sanders and Alec Barnes went to New Madrid Saturday Corn shucking will soon begin in earnest Hands are quite scarce tooMrs Wilson and daughter Miss Irene and little Jesse Baker wont to Hickman Monday Miss Mattte Coleman spent a few days at East Prairie last week She reports a nice time Nearly every one you see is suffer ing with colds and coughs It seems to be quite an epidemic The post card fad has struck us in full force J D MoFarland is remembered every mail day Mrs Pearl Shanks has been quite sick but is convalescent at this writing Hope she will be well againMrs Ballow and two little children returned from Memphis and will re main some time with her fathers c tIt family The weather for pest fox days tat Melt Weal for all kinds of out dear wort and every one hot taken advantage of It Mr Ottoman and daughters MX hallow sad Coleman went to Bust Prairie Friday Mr Coleman went to Cairo returning by boat to his MMeWr Id Barnes and family are frequent viators here They are out nrapotoMel with there sow home as some of the family has bona IIl- kelOCe t they moved to Jut Prairie Route One Mill Jessie Outlast went to Hlofe man Saturday Miss Maths Polk was la SaturdayMiss JC Werner visited Miss Hettie Stahr Thursday Miss Mary B Werner visited Miss Belle WHen Sunday tWIning Miss Georgia Brown spent Sunday night with Miss Clara Werner Miss Clara Werner visited MIes Georgic Brown Sunday afternoon Mieees Topsy Ballow and Nannie Rice spent Saturday night with Mrs CreedMrs Werner visited Mrs J M Knaebel of HlOkman one day last week Mr and Mrs Will Bdwrads at tended ohurch at Rush Creek Satur day and Sunday Miss Nellie Creed Is in the bottom visiting her aunt Mrs Gro Tenet for the past three weeks Mr Chas Werner went to Drown yule Saturday evening While there he did some horse trading Mrs Jim Creed will move to the bottom In a short while and this vi cinity regret it very much Mr and Mrs Gus McCary of Hickman have been visiting Mrs P Kuhn for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Rivers Gray and little daughter Louise visited her mother Mrs Jim Creed Sunday If you have given an order for coal and same has not been prompt ly delivered telephone your com plaints to no 48 Ice Factory office Hickman Ice and Coal Co 0 A Tried to Break Prttoa A pedal to the from frankfort sir N State prison ORVM unearthed a plot arc r or taste prisoners r sneer two etcap been elected an j WHIOHIaBov disappeared WJa dlnlllgrMM of the thorough search ui whereabouts hI workers lit tM weatedM and the sandroem ot r + where 0111 was dui flatnwith a view of r- Dafter night The V t of the plot gave the desperate prisons plfCted All weir i solitary oonflnemrnt The officials cots lucky In locating the this time as they break while new mf guards while tM rnaway at home to custom at every eier When the tipof cold and moist that A feverish dry nose with a dog And o w a man lips Dry era less lips mean reverts as well ill appear beautiful pink velvet ply at bedtime a I hoops Green Salvea a and heal any skin a free trial box at our convinced Large r glass jars 25 cent- sAssignees Notice Having been appoint J t of W O Fields it istt collect all debts due f and all parties owingsclaims against same ir c file same on or before I at my place of bJslnels ear Athereafter Where other fraudu were not used the ma dated Ute voters aLocal Notes II l 48 for coal r4 in town yesterday tt warn trade The K K lone fe III vojy poor bitsBkecrllje for the l tul1ItJk soli fresh y all faw lhiweets wa bore front Iladuoah of Uion CIty watln- iy Ming town at mothers We haw A BIter rertlt 1tree r they Make joosfj K X- glees at the era jy night irrattf you fail it kvy Shaw 6 B tonvortk- hM hn ghros tko 1I tile akaUsa Xk V Walker of UMta et Of J A CoUM end9e of Clinic aMr S L Doddt rf oskl A L Iftsjm v at MMHN HstHM Iaaa rHurtwd from laesdav She has ca for her health J D Cole and family were In Hlekman Sunday Miss Annie Klllton will entertain the Huore Club next week There will be nn sorvteos at the Episcopal ohuroh Sunday J W Bland spent Tuesday and Wednesday with home hike L M Kelly has returned from a visit with relatives In Mississippi Mrs Will Hewitt of Carbondale is Ute guest of Mrs W H Baiter Mrs B F Osborn and Mn fail sf flullon arc visiting J A Cotton and wife Mrs Bugene Nnylor spent a few days with Mrs II ParJtam of near town this week K J Boothe Is laying some gnuttlokl walks for the Httlcmm RoaUyCiJihl wools L K Ottoim and wife ot Late oftty att wJed the fmientl of Ma Goto Hi HlokwMMt giadoy Out dollar will be given to the porno suite oatoh5s tiie roVWl at the rtQlfctf rfcik to HgJit JCY1 A A ToWSMOMO wig has Moon vietthH iii bolas fffwrii and roUtivof returned to Wt floodlit k IAJi Politic Tbewtey- x Dr J M IInI aa8 +i4Ce Iileave for Hookvillo latarfny V visit tilt 4cMfkUro wile are atteadht- gitlsnut t7dletio liar HiftMtog weal io Prttifl sa daY Ii apply tor a jwrtiM M Art oti tko 1 C vHk tko view of rashI AM oftgtooor Mi sMe kit in rw Tooodajr Mn lad AltxMdvr died at Hr horse A few Uos wool of town alter a loot ilkwas Shy was 42 yean of age and Ileaves a family Inter motet was had at the Mabel cemetery ntarttltttlta LUMBER Ani MliagaI Ualeriib 1STrainy vrythinK in oiir HUP windows niish doors limo coim nt Imps roofing oto Spooinl orders is oral of our hobbs Wt Both Lose Money if You Dont Buy Your Lumber of Us vyt to lot us Hguro on your noxt hill Wu I + noo8 to mitki+ trndt ltN up to you Hickman Lumber Planning Mill Co a- sWAN I- T8Coldcold TOCLL NEZD Coakcoal 0o We Quote o0 Kentucky Straight Lump 340 per 2000 pounds delivered Pittsburg Medium Lump 398 per 2000 pounds delivered Pittnburg Straight Lump 425 per 2000 pounds delivered Telephone your order to No 48 Ice Factory Office and they will receive prompt attention We positively handle the very beat grades of Pittsburg and Kentucky Coal and give 2000 pounds to t ton Hickman Ice Coal Co 100 will buy a cook stove that will bake biscuits in three minutes We have them in combination Heating Laun dry and Cooks at only 450The prices that we make on stoves are selling them fast Hickman Hardware Co Incorporated J F lay tf IMitft warn tewa Wodaesrlax Mn Ootrge MtltU of Qttt Tc v uStlag lit 11elcrataa J X Weaver wad sea ikaw of Brighton Ark are kt HJfVimH Horace larch of Marked Tree I Ark is violtktg his paroiiU this week Mrs Harry BHson spent a start while at Doreen Sprhtgx last week The literary 01will meat with Mrs B T Do vis next Wednesday afternoonMr Mis DttvWooa of Konion wore gMtt of Dr DnvWton bUy lilt weak I Tko DaHghten of the Coflfodojimr will meet with Mn John mUM next Tuesday afternoon 3 ooletfc Dont forget that on Thanksgiving t night Hamiken KId Band wilt give a Concert at City Hall Good musk iood Spodaltlos L Powell and wife of Wast Hick man will loave her niedgott Mo next Monday whore they willI Inke their future home Tonight Friday Rev G B Baikervflle will blIn the oily and wilt hoW Quarterly Conference aI the Methodist parsonage Mrs Jno Ford formoly of Hick man and a daughter of Mr and Mn Otto Hertwtok bf this city was seriously injured In a runaway iin Carlo Tuesday The Revival at West Hlekman Chapel closed last Sunday night The meeting was helpful There were several conversions and at the last service six were baptised and received into the ohuroh Hunzikcrs Kid Band will oclebrn their fourth anniversary on Thanks giving Day and are going to give a Concert that night at City HallI Everyone should attend and en courage our band Preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p dThe morning sermon will be follow by the Communion Service Tb will close the third year of the present pastor On Tuesday of lint week the pastor wilt leave for the Annual Conference which meets at Ripley Tenn Nov 14 oi t 6 L Tko twk y aregetting suspicious W S HomiorjOfl Is la Arlington thin woik M knoHMM I J I R A Tyler has QMC to How York is lsslioae The Infant ekfW of Coerge Fd mtwlt dim Tuesday John Hngtin the oandy drummer was In town MondaytJohn Moaokam was the guest of ifalum rlonds SumkaJThe BaoroWery Chub meets with Mrs S L Dodds todaycMrs Val Carr has returned i from a visit to friends at Paducah JM Dodeoti of sear town will move to Bogota Tonne to rClideI W L Andrews an old citizen of Olden county Tenn died Monday tMr and Mrs A A Fans have keen visiting In New Madrid Mo The Guild Wilt meet with Mrs Chas Travis next Thursday after noon Miss Nina Stone of titan has been visiting the family of L A Stone H to Amberg and Alex Stone west to Union City Friday on bUll Hess W M Roby an old resident of the Chapel Grove neighborhood died Saturday night Mn DeLeon Miss Grade and Will DeLoon were shopping In Hick man last Monday Mr and Mrs Geo Wade of Memphis arc the guests of Mr and Mrs S L Dodds this week Mrs Lola Reeves of Nashville was in town last week to attend thee burial of Mr H S Henderson Mr Sam Turner of Gleason Tennessee spoof a few days with relatives and friends in town this week AreS W Luton has moved herewith his family and will be ready for practise in a taw days as sooni upisThe Literary Circle will meet with Mn n T Davis Wednesday Nov 14 Magazine reports by Mrs Ambers Mrs Davis Mrs Johnston and Miss Ivy DeUow I Courier Want Column i lit MIs waw cw OM tI sir Want hm1 HOUSE FOR RENT in East Hickman 19tf G L Carpenter LOST at College or between theb 8 College and town a stick pin round head with small setting Return to this office for rewardaFOR SALEAll my household t kitchen furniture as good as the day it was bought Here is a- plendid bargain everything first lass Jerry Malone Hlckm1nb FOR SALEWhite Plymouth Rock chickens U R Fishel strain alto Barred Plymouth Rocks G 1Thompson strain yellow skin and i fine plumage Mrs R B Baliow i 23 Rural Route 1 The Electric Light Plant an Its Troubles J For a week there has been more or less trouble with the elecric 4 lights From some cause the dy namo would not work Sunday night I and it was about eight oclock be fore there were any lights Mon day the dynamo was moved into its new quarters the Ice Coal plant It failed to work when installed hence there were no lights Monda and Tuesday nights It was found t the fault was in the exciter and MrJJ Caruthers dynamo was installed as an exciter and Wednesday night we had lights but not the best Re pairs will be received for the old exciter and we will then be Messed A Card of Thanks We wish to thank the friends andI neighbors also the physicians for their tender care of our mother Fannie Cole during her last hours and for the assistance and sympathy extended to us by our many friendc May God bless them one and all Her Children Rev K W Maxidon of Martin Ttnn filled the pulpit in West Hick man Chapel Sunday night Mrs Dr Balky of Louisville will arrive in Hickman tomorrow to visit the family of R E Millet Mr E A Gullion candidate for Superintendent of public Instruction was in town Sunday and mixed with quite a number of voters OL Society for the Past Week INFORMAL PARTY liventomorrowL P Ellison Lunch will be eyed horn the oboflng dish sod coffee pot will be played EUCRE CLUB Mrs Ed Ellieon entertained the Euore Club Wednesday aitemoon trtainingboatess noon tdothsome dainties and delightful refreshments were served the guests The score cards were made to represent a pumpkin man as was also one of the prises won by Mrs Inez Walker which was a pumpkin man with the head representing pumpkin This souvenir and the design of the score cards were thus designed on account of the occasion being so near Halloween The first prlae was given1 Mrs Mattie Prather and was a beautiful sofa pillow Four of the guess cut for prizes with the above results The afternoon was much enjoyed The Club will meet with Miss Annie Ellison next time MISS TYLBR ENTERTAINS Miss Emma Tyler entertained a number of her friends at a sheet and pillow case party Friday night Miss Tyler was a royal hostess and gave ouch one of her guests a nice time They were dressed in sheets and masques and participated in the string contest The hone was decorated for Halloween and all sorts of funny maneuvers wer in dulged in by which fortunes were told A delightful supper was served whicL they all enjoyed al though the young men were rather bashful when the time came to escort their fair young frionda to the din tag room Punch oakos and numer oars dainties were served The affair was a source of much pleasure to them all except for the partrto escort a young lady home wno was without escort and after refusing several requests to accompany her as an act of common courtesy it was necessary for tome girls to ac company her and supply the vacancy caused by ungallantry decidedly not befitting the title Kentucky gentleman Killed in a Runaway While returning from a visit to er son in West Hickmao Fri lay afternoon Mn F Coles horse a ran away threw her from her bt giy and injured her to such an extent that she died Saturday morning at JO Her right arm and nose were roken but it is thought that death was due to Ja ghastly scalp wound the brain This sad accident occurred about two and one half miles southwest of Hickman on the Dvcrsbarx road No one saw or knew of the affair until the unfortunate woman was found Mrs Wiley and Miss Raymer who were returning to their home along this road Mn Cole was akcn to the home of the former and given medical altentkv Mat to no avail She died at this home at the time stated above a Mrs Cole was 72 years of age and has been a resident of Pulton leavesdfour children to mourn tier Mrs Kate Osburn of Lake county i J D Cole of Obtoo county Tenn W R wind O D Cole of Full n county Funeral services and burial at Beech Grove Sunday after noon vFaris Naifeh Married Furls Naifoh one of the lion of Naifeh Dross was married Monday at Fulton In the parlors of Ute Usoua vyt the Christian Church of that city to Miss Minnie Khouri The bride is a sister of Mrs Moses Homra of Fulton Faris is a highly respected young man and is universally liked by the people of Hickman HP isi a native of Syria as is his bride but has been a citiMn of this country and in the immediate vicinity of Hickman for many yean With hu two brothers Alec and Suds he has been in business at the Buchanan corner in Hickman nearly two reait where they conduct a department store and enjoy a prosperous i ui ness The newly married coupe will make Hickman their future home We extend to them our best vrinhfs B T DAVIS + Utflvnci at llT Will practice in all ccurU in the Slate Office over Ledford Randles store A HICKMAN KBXTUCKY I y T ffl 1 r View an Unusual Scene Scores of Hickmanites took ad vantage of an opportunity to view a grewsomc spectacle at the incline wharf Sunday afternoon The object of their curiosity was the dtarf body of a 14 year old boyRho dtod over a year ago or to be otrroot Sept 28 1905 When the eccentric father of the deceased A F Free was asked by a Courier representative why be kept the corpse be replied that his only reason was that he Itved the boy tot well to part with him The young man died from a con gestive chill in Brookport Ills and the body was embalmed by Under taker King of that city Instead of burying the body the casket contain ing it was placed in what is known among rivermen as a skull boat and this boat is carried on a small flat boat enabling people to pus around the small boat containing the corpse Under three thlcknesiti of glass reposing in the customary manner may be seen the pale and sunken face of the boy in his coma This curious bier is towed along with a small fleet of other craft where ever the old rivermaa and Ills family go Mr Free always welcomes 1 Mt host of curiosityseeking visitors tin an humble but cordial manner and they in turn with the customary to verence for the dead speak in sub dued tones and pay him the rtspeot due any person who has just lost a loved on- eNewspaper Office and Bank Burned at Hardin The Bank of Hardin Marshall county burned Thursday night of last week The fire originated from unknown causes The building was a twostory brick apd only the walls remainThe fire started at 10 oclock and the bucket brigade was unable to do anything with it The Hardin Herald Masonic Hall and Bank of Hardin occupied the building an everything is a total loss The money and books are in the vault but the vault has not been opened No surance is carried Three electric carlon th Fennyslvania ratlcoad electric liRe from Camden to Atlantic City N J leaped from the bridge spanning the Thcroughfare the body of water separating Atlantic City from the mainland Sunday afternoon Tb cars were submerged in thirty feet of water All who were in the first two cars were drowned Some those in the third car escaped but just how many has not been estab fished The number of dead will not be definitely known until the submerged cars are raised and the dea taken out A wrecking crew and divers are engaged in this work b It is said there were fully one bun dred persons on the train about twentyfive of whom esoaoed from the rear coach There are also a number of injured Arthur Townsend a former Hick man boy now employed in the Bry ant Mercantile Co at East Prairie Mo while on roller skates last week fell and sprained his ankle sustaining such serious injury that he has been unable to attend to hisI duties and is here on a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs J A Town send of Route No 1 Ed Kennedy the painter who was drunk and got into trouble Thursday night last was taken to Hickman t by deputy sheriff Goalder Johnson where he was placed in jail to await his trlalFulton Leader One reason so many merchants saythat advertising does not pay is because they themselves make small effort to use their own space in the right way The little city of Murray Iis I to take a vote on lifting bonds for water and light plant Madisonvllle girl while on roller skates fell on her head and sprainedl her ankle Wm Barnes and D Colley left this week for a visit in New Mexico Notice You will Never have ThisOpportunity Again I now 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 are on andseven blocks from the Hickman College VYouare just out of townand right in town being only 10 minutes walk to streetdThese lots lay just outside of the Corporation the line them1styou will therefore not have youcwill have every advantage that the man inside the city limits has Six acres of groundwill aehouseA poultry yard ofA nice garden- A nice orchardetc There iis now a good road ofdthese lots leading from West Hickman to East Hickman There iis also a footbridge across the ravine that will lead you direct to the city I will build within the next five months a goodsub stantial driveway across this ravine which 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 eery rapidly within the last five yeas and will grow more rapidly in the next five years If you are thinking of buy ing a place to build do not delay as this is an opportu nity that you now have and which you may never have again youllafind the description given of these lots to be absolutely correct First come first served C L Walker J7 JIJj Proper iut for tlift on iIitr jfluuiiaj Hy OSCAR T5CHIKKY Minmr or WaldorfAiiorw New York IIBl LUK Monday is tine m the li arwnuinciii of the system hv the change in hjbit nn Sunday from the routine of the week and as a opttaeint rult the liver is out off kUtor- ull Mnnitay aiM Stymie II petting to make it come out of Its sulks anil nl us in getting over the most dUagrooabk tiny in the wcaki3Sit is to moat of tw U 1 wore too rrnihl for the nv m e mmn who stets suffering from BlQf Monday I wouk soy tlmt ho mututt- At anti broakfttS6 on Mondnv I wniW toll Him to out a bit of fruit If lip thought he tow to have something toI sahib 1m stomach and as lItJIe of his HMM 1 list think as posilUlc whether its coffee tea or cogtfhv Then I should advise Mittrto drink as murk WKicr as poMiUfo and if he hud to have n ntiwltj would tell hiss to Iww a cap of coW soup aid a salad of fruit or ftJ thks anal a sip of hot IM or tail tea if he could And ssiGeiest siiimilation in the food wfrhout the hot tea II tw would attire more titan that them are so mossy attractive and annoihtag ware of prfflpadiiR lull meets that there iis no ecNe for Staff of the dfecomforl tbnt comes frosts the big lurches we cat The cold ckWwu breast tit jelly wWi a hide ssbld ik enough of a iNoal for anyone anal doesnt putrstdt extra work on the iHgwtlve organ If I eonU not get say patient to forego food on MM Monday I would JlMICriIte a bresJcfMt of fruit or uM with the nwflrrt MMMNM of salt Ails that coald be got alsK rids Md for hmchwn Id have hiss take M muck of his tonal with law n jink or ossw in k us possfttt Binding a salad pretMml with hnIt n juice hi lies of vinegar said with pienty of lenion in teA either fcwli r hut The abstinence treatment U the surest sire for Dine Mnwkiy but you cant get mo t people to tkr a chance on ILl isms presses ing the alMtfoencc cure for Blue MIadsy to a patron the other tiny when he Mi- dThais funm aihrice to jyc tpc oftle wftttit sou have a lot of silts ing rooms aroundl here I tutpia RId to him Jiatj JPN wnw at Use snore unportnat said Attractive to every one whjfyajijri+ to try tile abctteenee troftUneHt for the fore part of the day fbrfPyou follow say iNsviet you will And that by dinner time assuming you arr well in other ways yon wtH go eagerly to the Jmingrooin far dinner and be fHrprseatl at UM inlerdsjt you will take m dinner and with what a rcXek yon will tat it atior- trying the Blue Monday cure linm u iltlr tIlt- Stngr Qln ID y Dy FRANK McKEE Mimlrr of AIyi Thrster Nw York Cltr Women rule UM tiwMw and women cattMoi be matte P TMM neatly entkasfOftik over anything that U not wholnotne said pretty in gtneral have gives their approval to musical comedy but it must be along perfectly honest and legitimate lines Midnight supper KCHCS and show girls with suggestive lingerie in sextets octets and all the other formations have had their day The pretty faces are in greater demand titCer but they mutt be placed in settings that arc nearer to nature as we knots it Women make the atmosphere of a theater and when you have Established a renutation for a playhouse that is of the kind that Mrs jCrundy can send they girls to with safety you have to be cartful not 40 undo it which can be donr with one matinee and anyone who has the nroncyfatomc and btttur change that is conning over the theatrical world There is no buslines that u so susceptible to rapid change as the theatrical business and there is no inttitution that so reflects the tentimont of a people Hundreds of plays are rejected every year because while they may be of the best construction and have all the finish of ajjood work they contain some idea that everyone of expe rience knows will be rojcctod by the public A playwright will make a line play and make the biggest scene touch on religion which means failure before the thing has boon read Politics it almost as dangerous and the sex problem play cannot be snore than a sporadic success and then only draws from a claw We want wholesome plays say the women and wholesome play well have to give them with music and costumes and other novelties just as attractive and new as in the other kind jnurLiIJ tIt Lutr itt itltsiltr5i By DR LYMAN ABBOTT Women There are all sort of business methods ai there are all sorts ol hauls and dresses and diolarship The great majority of businessmen in America are in spiral by principles of genuine integrity Tilt frauds and depredations and violations arc exceptional traits and compared with the great volume of business done in America are very exceptional Tilt en terprise and ambition of Americans lead at times arenotn n 0v vln Moreover thelegitimate warAsgovernment it be said inlntericaanyotltefunanimous de sire fur fairness and hqnosty Political cor ruption is not so in America wasincentury nor is it so great in America someIuropaan intrgrityIII ltuh Cnrrtnrtnn it tr r I Y11Ican J 11 Ill OLD KBNTUCKf If He was shot in old Kentucky where they make the mvAnd the mother feeds the babies on hot revolver stew Where you wake up In the morning shot full ef bullet And find your solo companions are disembodied souls He was slut in old Kentucky where their atm It alw And the principal amusement is shooting people thro Where doctors use as medicine for all the human ills A dose or two of bullets instead of giving pills He WAS shot in old Kentucky where feuds grow ot And the bullets from the rifles bust throughthe air h Where the Instruments they play on when they give ayAre their musical revolvers and they call offwith I have heard that old Kentucky Ira fine old Mromonw That the women are all noted for their beauty and ttv But Ill stay in Tennessee where the women out lets And the men are not so hasty and so quick to pull hI find Still They Come ryTTTTTTTTTnVTmrnmTTNew NEW GOODS 1 Low prices now nod big nsBortmant liava 1111 myNewNew Iron Beds Bedroom Suites Safes ass CB boards Kitchen Cabinets Dining Tablet Kite lit Take Ladies Work Tables Easels and Rockers of all Lr di- Alv lino of innltrissvH pillows ooiufnrt etc you fl find HH ohtmp aa OHII bo bought in t j l have a nico lino of pictures pioturo innttm glass mouldings ote Mnke any sine picttir a short notion I linvo n tow Sowing Mnoliinos nnd 11 e stockwill oloHo thorn out at u BiVROA1 t t I also hitiutlu an uptoduto line of oWn l Burial Robes Slippors rte from iho ohtisi M- bast and onn SA VIC YOU MONEY in thi U calls promptly nttondcd tolny or night N furnished when urnntud living apartmint l0 store cull when lit newl of Inv sorvioos K jltItll+ 4 W F Montgomery Hickman y 1 NOTICE Your Water and and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not Iwll bv the TENTH will be cut off This takes effect NOVEMBER 1 1000 Pay at the Hickman Ice li Coal Co offur at the ice factory Office open from 7a m until 0 p m rvrry day except Sunday and on the 9th and lOlh of eachmonth it is Open until 9 p m Hickman ice Coal Co A 0 CARUTHERS 11 r HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1 + Tom Dillon Sr IPropI Successor to B C Raman Marble and GrnUit- cMonuments CURBING STONE WORK of J Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUC KY Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIER l- s= =x= r r t w7 Fiq Our PatronsrA titian to Ky Oil 101906 Il a peace in the Hick mr fear owsecuilve x Ijlht and water bills yable ajt our office 4 h month and par 1 V OM or before the lIhkl be out out I IIIIIS100 each ihU am of our ROt having Id Otto we have net tile strictly But as o w boon filled up In Halloing convenient state that we will- r tgiHOlHg Nev lit how M favoritism Water k Light plant MtisUat prompt eel ark It Ma favor itreo assist us by ds psetoistly sot offgbiated by I ity OfOmXHes gee II Sand Water PbOM In Ice A CM Co r r IL STAHR nd SALE STABLE y and ar reasonable most Iii No 104 I rr IHI ARSE 500IIMJ chord Rane and or rocer asAardwarspalla wsh Meats or in praeed Store of Agon iadCHArE a SAN1ORNS COFFEES and TEAS or A L nutrntors Notice the oi the estate of C P by hereby notified that lit saW estate must ne Mfvperly proven Nov 30th 1906 or rever tarred McClellan Admrtt+ N ohccCare netifled to t tgftiast JIllIOn Mer t uperty proven lhthe fore Hoe IS 1906 T Davis Assignee t mmsioncrs Salelnt Court Kentucky rut It al floould Bryant et al DC my r of a Judgment andt of Potton Circuit Court the teplember term in the above cause oiwith Interest per tent per annum lay ef19dn- d costs here fed to offer for sale House doer In Hick 1toe1 rCTION on the 12th vembcr 1906 at 10 or thereaoout being j f iUy upon a credit of he following described a it Leis Nos 84 and No 2 as shown and 4 pan the plan or map of I r4rIIKy or sufficient I produce the sums oCUI Mered to be made ForIr price the purchaser rd security or securities I ate bond bearing legal to the day of sale until wing the torce and effect int Bidders will be r rumply wltinhcse msIIJ RMIlner Comb OMr I T r Benton ContractingMe and Hauling with 1040 AnythingAnywhere one Ing AnywhereAny time from YOCITelephone Kentucky Whiskey Mutt be Kentucky Whiskey Dr W H Wtlley chief of the Division of Chemistry of the DC partmenl af Agriculture has made a statement with roleronoe to dim Ira spirits In the rules and regulators for the enforcement of the pure td i act t 1ii- No whiskey made evtetde of Krr fr tueky IA whole or In part cap be rail od Ktntacky whkkey A bier 1 1 cannot be called by UM name of any Of Its constituents Wends male in other stales cannot be called Ken twky wbliVIes No definition has HOlt made OM Mke substances Fite regcratfcM concerning tbs ehtoet are t An article eeotmnintf 1 More than one product or active metltcmtil agent is mkbranded aII named after a stogie oenttitutnt Misbranding of food or drug with products is guarded against partte alarly The label on every product must boar the name of the product the uioee of mojtulaetwro and show whether tie article k a compound tntzUire or blood a and designate the ingredients aMY propertfcMod UM cue of rwpIf4 teode The use of any tome misleading Utement oestgii or device on the label h sfooHteaMy prohibited too lo brief the rofjukUlwM provide any follows for The label OR any product skill be attached to an original unbroken M I A drug bearing a same recognized UM United States pJbarmaooopfo national formulary shall conform Per strength quality and purity to standards- Manufaaturcrs of prepdctary foods are required to state en the label only the names and percentages so the materials used to prevent su and miibcandlng A distinctive name shall give no false mdlcattOBS of origin character of place of lMfacturedeNo dealer shall be liable Wtr prosecution if he can establish tlmt- gnorxuty herI goods were sold under a the wholesaler manufacturer or to jobberLabels used by mawfaoturera must be printed is English Hoed products for export under regulation shall be kept separate and labeled to Indicate that they are JtlIel products of shall not be allowed to enter interstate commerce A Kansas woman was recently Inn by her physlclun that she would have to undergo an operation She said she didnt see how she as Monday was wash day Tuesday ironing day Wednosady A missionary society met Thursday the day to clean up Friday to bake Saturday to mewl But if he could get in Sunday afternoon before atevening services perhaps she might try it The Government reports of the winter and spring crops of wheat for 1906 place the yield at 739888000 bushels which has been exceeded but once in 1901 when there were 748460218 bushels We want a good correspondent in each neighborhood in thet county and will furnish paper envelopes and stamps to anyone that will send the news from their neighborhood Come in and see us about it or write us at once We will send the Courier to all correspondents free WANTEDIwant to buy one or I two barrels of sound winesapapples T Beak Courier office Subscribe lacCourier A Splendid Success The Rally Day Services at the Church last Sunday was in every particular At a m the church was crowded young and old The little children brought their parents For hour a well arranged and pIcas and iMtrucllvt program was ex ecuted All grades of speakers the sweet little tot of three to the loyal Wghoorled Superintendent held the attention of the hurl The I su Ill speednru i ui wr u keeping the subset of Missions amif to ofply all hearts gtuwetl1 whfc hip siotury tea m hI services pIIgreeted When the baskets wire pawed SI16h was the oIerittC This School grows in interest each Ine Aod It faw phlaalssg fer ada6InIIed BE CEAUTABUL- to yottr hones M wH M to ycurJislC Mod pot softer fry paint of sort your louse Mod nil sulV g- TryahottleafBalliMsf4noV Untmuot It euros aft palM J l Reoorto Bftkoraidd Irfo writes t have used jrovr Ltniment for tejj years and fwd it to both boot I have error wood fer alas or ben 1ft solo br CowglMt Drag lore tI- A Holm It HHMH 0a ObitDeath k afwayt sad espocfclty wl o8 our tood ones arc QUa so sloniy and nnexfootoity as WM Afro Fwiok isle Mtv Golf WM a fattblut member tile MotHodtoi QMrdl a postt e motor a trawl roll true J sad loved by aH who know 1 Her death sumo M a gust shock hoc many friemtt and to her C children wits vrercdtvotMtly attached ii Mr J Oh how our hearts nibs for them and her grandcbiMroii Wcrtk can not express our sympathy Cod lone can comM till m trials like this j l He comfort the loved onts this need WOHMC who are left to mourn her toe- sHfrboauttfut suits of character many kind atilt loving deeds will be long remembered We miss thee from our home dear mother We Mir thee ram thy place shadow oer our life U east We mils the sunshine of thy face We miss thy kind and willing head Thv food and oainost arc Our home Iis dark without thee We miss thee everywhereOne her Rheumatism 1 tot mml a trk l Kivl UMU I tire Inn Mp nhI Sut a nmnty thai J will lnilihU rdldltnt1tIxIIKofchrxttatrlrdy rmwthl l rk bnh ttn That k of- getslolntWa 1M Ian now surety kilt the Dale M D ac CJoInnanrwI1t dtraaa CbI MIA la the Qtr 01- DaMlttfAtll1 In wIthI iknl II th lat Mtn hhdaatl IcIly wa rada- a wllkh Ur BhnoD Nrthoi- Rnut Ittatdtt prrcv1IkalfftIftod l udwlully Irnd tdunr nwotnttwxuUuaWtnewaleutt r1- dturuirrUal nun ruratle tc of tauhdrautddke 11f aantJIImar IedaatInItlaraattclthaxl awawIIMolr- J a tt ar4rtherllm nOS thrJ1rAnd- IIMIL la Iroo alrr1 plxrsuilIOITVLtIiwipi walt flu so 0- 1lUt rtllnI4inns Itobroil IMw ti adw Inrerer Tre la now rntl tealnnrtwl1 an in udtr tnntrr ittivtaO- tDr oul help Vettod u cotiOilcucu Shoops Rheumatic Remedy ALL DEALERS fJ c p49 Dr S K Davidson DENTIST Odlae oyer OewItllt Drug Store Ilickman Kentucky 6M And Such iis ManItM n that is born of his parents is Ofw days and full of microbes H T Irtn to school when a youngster I Ia1 gets the seal of his pants p iced for something he didnt doma I ur ii he is sick at Mart He growIs ttJp like a wood in a back yard ai J S on readies the ape when he is fifty npcird largely of feet freckles eight a i an appetite for pie About the man V he lets loo long for short years tr sets and not long enough for I iolder t tf1 he Booth away to college the ru fh how to monkey with a Now It s dollar mandolin and play WI y peker He oometh home a tt er fool thin ever and marrieth anda Inert young thing whose pa Is Sup sec to be wealthy but whom he gently ssoertalnelh couldnt thisu The priie rooster at a county He wgrrieth along from year yeAr gradually acquiring off veldt his house resembles agO Sunday school alas just before hristmae He fretteth through after day and Ketb awake nights tryme inn to Apr OBt how to keep himself his dependent population out of the poorhouse BfltrU are reward by having hk daughters run a say sad get married and bring him top- Jtoate a nice soninlaw every few UJito Ieaefa at hit boon Isis sonsi iThe row up and call him governor and- wt him back a kre spot evey day or wo About the time he has acquiredl Ateefth lucre to make it worth while for his heirs to quarrel over he con raota a odd and W hurried away be gate ore he has time to have a talk with At temlly His sons blow in his vsiate en bad whiskey and plug hats sad his wife puts the finishing Miches to hk career by marrying he hired man the Cures Blood Skin Troubles the Cancer Blood Poisondl ccJi ostd hot or full of humors if you mare blood poison cancer oar- twtltlos 6 eating sores scrofula ec ttlslhtj ItehioR risings and lumpsI IQitfky pimply skin bone alnlw Oatarrah rheumatism or any blood irslcln dtfeaee take Botanic Blood Balm B B B according to directVl lent Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and rloh leaving the skin free from ovary eruption and giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin At the same time B B B Improves the digestion cures dYIt pepsin strengthens weak kidneys Just the medicine for old people alF U gives them new vigorous blood Druggists S1 per large bottle with directions for home cure SampleI free and prepaid by writing Blood calm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical ad vide also sent In sealed letter B B B Is especially advised for chronic doepsentod cases of Impure blood and skin disease and cures after all else fails I No need to be saving with coal when you con get It at the price made by the Htokman Ice and Coal Co Road their ad in this issue Telephone no 48 Elder W M Hammonds of Mayfield will preach at Mount Hermon next Sunday at 11 am also at night Every body cordially invited Earl McAdoo of Fulton and Miss Halite Rogers of Arlington wore Iflt11rried in Union City Thursday The new coal yard wants your order tf Open night and day Elite Cafe M Tit Bits and Gloamings 1 Nothing but man can mltehThe fast life always kills Ones final judge Is ones self The optimist is always on the firing lineCharacter is the product of an tagonisms Pray not for comfort but pray for combatIf must copy copy from a masterpieceThe of power is In the ob his overcome In the realms of love to expand means to expend When a bachelor wants to make a him man angry all he has to do whistle the wedding marchI+I I Here is a tangle An old man of and a young man of twenty both widowers The young I has a stepdaughter thirtyeight old that he marries to the gentleman and in return takes old mans daughter for a wife as what relation are those four people to one nnother4tOur town Is noted far and wide for ite hospitable cordiality Man the meets his fellows here with a Good and morning James how are you feeling morning while the answer isi wafted back on the morning breeze Quite well I thank you I The women as they toil during the greater part of the day in looking the domestic duties hum a We tune the while because1 love lightens labor And over their n7 teacups at an afternoon function or around some family circle banded together as a club they discuss alone intended to elevate their and meathUnited States claims the dis our we unction of having been represented nearer the north pole than any other country Mr Peary has sent the following message to New Yerk Hopedale Labrador via Twillin we N Ff Nov 2 Herbert L Bridgeman The Roosevelt wintered 7 on the north coast of Grantland somewhat north of the Alerts InterS quarters Went north with sledges February via Hecla and Columbia Delayed by the open water between at 84th and oath degree Beyond 85th degree six days A gale the ice destroyed theu and cut off communication in with supporting bodies and we drifted due east Reached 87 degrees is minutes north latitude over ice drifting steadily eastward Returned 1 with eight dogs Drifted east if and was delayed byopen water reaching the north coast Greenland in straitened condition1be killed musk oxen and returned along the Greenland coast to the t ship Two supporting parties were 4 driven on the north coast of Greenland t One was rescued by me in barely surviving condition After one weeks recuperation on the we sledged west com pleting the north coast ofGrantland and reach other land near the 100th meridian The homeward voyage- is an incessant battle with ice storms and head winds The Roosevelt is a magnificent ice fighter and seaboat No deaths or illness in expeditionWe that some peopleI think newspaper men are persistent dunners Let a farmer place himself in a similar position and see if he would not do the same Suppose that he taises a thousand bushels of corn and his neighbor should come and buy and the price was one dollar or less anti says l will pay the amount in a few days As the farmer does not want to be small a bout the matter he says All right Another comes the wayand another until the thousand bushels of cern is trusted- to a thousand different people and no one of the different persons cerns himself about it for it IisI a 10mall amount they owe the farmer and of course that will not help him any lie does not realize that the farmer has frittered away his entire crop of corn and that its value Iit due in a thousand little driblets and that he Is seriously embarassed ir d apr s a J Tinning i Plumiing secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicit your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of all kinds Au WORK FIRST CLASS Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R B BREVARD Hickmen Ky business because his debtors treat it as a little matter But if all would pay him promptly which they could as well as not it would be a large sum to the farmer and enable to carry on his business without +I I ++ I I I I I I I I I I I 14 I 1 THE A Sof E COLUMN IIII I I I I I I I till till t1 It JAMES H SAUNDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet follows Hickmnn lit and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and Tuesday 3 p m Montgomery- 2nd and 4th Wednesday 3 p m Cayce 1st and 3d Saturday 3 p m nucleus at Hazel Dell meets 1st 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Every one is cordially invitod to at tend these meetings More Farmers Organized On Friday the 2nd inst we hied ourselves down to Sycamore Chapel were greeted by a fair and attentive audience and secured a few members to our American Society of Equity We should be glad to tell of the hospitality extended to us by trustees teachers pupils old friends in the district but editors tell us that we must boil column and make it short so i can only say that we were warmly pressed to nuke another appointment and visit them again when they could publish the meeting better and r secure a larger audience therefore have promised to speak at Sassafras Ridge on Friday the 9th met at 30 p m This district borders on and all other friends who can are invited to be present We shall address the people at Stubbs School house on Saturday the 10th 730 p m It is our purpose to organize a in every district hi Fulton county this fall and winter and a few Hiakman and Obion counties if we arc able to do so Every friend hereby invited to let me know when and where we can do the most good would prefer speaking in day time I can secure an audience but will Ifspeak at night if the people cannot gotten together in the day Some two weeks ago I learned that the editors of the Courier were crowded with advertisements and that our column would have to be curtailedI it Impossible to procure hands to gather corn so I thought I would make a halt hand in the field and give my readers a rest Sme of the people concluded that the column was to be suppressed Neither I nor the Courier intended to convey that idea However it is well enough for all to know that none of us are beggars and we do not think that the farmers are or should be beggars Therefore the farmers should show that they apprtciate the column by subscribing for the Courier and letting its editors know that they subscribe at least in part on account of the Equity Column On the other hand if they oppose the Equity Column I shall gladly give them my space if the editors will publish their objections to the Society and try to answer their objections in subsequent numbers An examination of the Courier as found in its files under mletbe management of its founder will show that I have conducted several such discussions in its columns in past years onI 1 am misleading the people I shall take it as a favor if some good friend will show the fallacy of my arguments through this column If our principles are good I shall ap preciate help from friends A feast for a little money the I good things at the K K 4 F 1- fist S ii Do You Eat 3 Tin You Wan the IIHSTl VArTHOS HAH IJ 4 have purchased L D Perrys Restaurant and ask my frionis to call and see me Lunches of alll kinds at any hour alsoI regular meals FRESH OYSTERS servedI in any Myleswhen in season Dinner 1130 to 10 Full line of Confections Cigars c Xutli r Watson ethelti es eih cola isfcefcefcMV I I VI Meet Your Friends at LAUDERDILESI IfTONSORIALIf 4J Best in Hickmn Hot and flh foTilrfand tans hydraulic chairs IIIand everything for comfort CJllntcaSt31lcl naasr door to Caruthers fNext gFgIR P 4yt f 13 With Its SECURITY To Depositors of 57000000 Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That every reasonable re ijuirsment can be reel with Its unexcelled faoflitiet With Its RECORDFor safe and conservative management in the past that promises arch in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers its customers a service that is second to none a Your lraanclry1 should have its just share of your attention If you are particular about your dress t appearance let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundryI TuesdayKennedy Corum Aanty at Nfnr FirfUn 4 HicHan Furailore Co INCORPORATED Undertakers E TELEPHONE NO 20 Cash Book Store t3plou lid Selection NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c Call and 8coour Stock Ev tI j tiling up to Jate MARY BRIIENIIKH A Co Notice s ofsRolng to close the assignment in the shortest lime possible Patties in dibtcd to the Ellison Mercantile Co must come in and settle 22 B T Davis Assignee Watt a minute stop at the Elite Cafe for regular meals short order lunches cigars fruits etc K of+++++++++ I of I I HOME CIRCLE COLUMN a 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I For the sake of your children strive to know something about everything lTeach children the law of kindness That is seeded all through life and everywhere 0Mae Christians think it a bad sign to be jubilant and their work self examination it a hewing oCI of their brighter experiences a boy with a new Jackknife harking everything he oomes across so Itheir self examination is a religious cutting to pieces of the greenest things they can lay their hands They imagine they are doing Gods service weed they go about bor rowing trouble and borrowing it titI thirty per cart whioh is always a precursor of bankruptcy Everything is pretty much of a sire in this world even our troubles trials and difficulties If our I troubles art little we magnify them it large we magnify them so that everybody gets a fair average with everybody else both of the good and evil Co to the happiest person you know and pour into his or her tar your tale of woe and see how quickly he or she can show you that your trials are a small drotimitancc to their own You arc having as good a time as anybody else in this worldso dont ask for sympathy For a good everyday household angel give us a woman who laughs Her blsouit may not be always Just right and she sway ecoostonally burn her bread and forget to replace dislocated buttons but for solid contort tin day and every day she Is a paragon Home k net a battle field nor life one long unending row The trick of always seeing the bright side of shlnlnsj up the dark one is a very important faculty one of the things no woman should be without We ire not all born with he sunshine in our hearts as the Irish prettily phrase it but we can cultivate a cheerful sonic of humor tCwe only try Many mothers imagine their daughters fortune is made when she learns enough to thump on a piano or labors enough to daub a cheap chromo or to work a yellow dog on a door mat Girls are too glad to be spoiled in that way Teach them to command a regiment of pots and kettles teach them to make good bread Rood coffee teach them to make garments and patch them when they need it Teach them physical development teach them it is more cruel and less Christian for American women to cramp and dis tort their lungs liver and stomach than it Iis for the Hottontots to prose their heads flat or for the Chinese to make their feet small Good healthy and industrious girls make happy homes good wives and mothers A mother writes to us What shall I teach my daughters This tremendous fact my sister that lone is no happiness in this world an idle woman It may be with hand it may be with brain it may be with foot but work she must or be wretched forever The little girls of our families must be start erf with that Idea The first lesson should be how under God they may take care of themselves The simple fact is that a majority of of them do have to take care of themselves and that too after hav Ing through the false notions of their parents wasted the years in which they ought to have learned how to maintain themselves successfully It is inhuman and cruel for any father or mother to pass their daughters into womanhood having given them no facility for earning their livelihood Madame de Stacl said t It is not these writings that I km proud of but the fact that I have facilities in ten occupations in any one of which I could make a liveli hood ItWe should teach our daugh tern that work of any kiud when necessary is a credit and honor to n I Stock Profits can be ptatty liurMscJ by rfvine special cars to tM health of every animal ant fowl on the farm SIde poultry shop cattb hoes bones etc depend on their liras to keep then wee Black Draught Stock and Poultry Mrilclne I keeps their Urns worklnc therefore keeps them wtH allSII Black Drau ht Slock and try MeJictM is A pure vecetaWe Moat purifier aiiJ and by retuUtMc bowels the stMUth II uII It prevents and cures Hoc Cholera i Chicken Chafcra Coat Oil temper Ceuch celk Cerutlpa lien Fever 144 jf Appetite- lyasnng Away aril all the coat mon stock dltMh It tIs a perfect i rdkWM fw pn ant fArm use Try It Price 25c for a Urge can atIall druggists and them It it a shame for a daughter j 10 be idle while her mother toils at the washtub It is as honorable to sweep the house make beds cook i and wash dishes or trim hats as it I11 to twist a witch drain or embroider- a UppcrIWhat ts home Home IIt or should be the happiest Place on earth but there are few such homes If there were only more we think there would be loss drinking gambl leg stealing murdering and certain ly there would not be as many tramps as there are now days If father mother sister brother would eaoh remember that It depends upon them to make home happy how much better it would be But many a careless word spoken has wounded the hearts of the whole household What is home without sunshine What Iis home without cheerfulness Can any of you answer those ques Horn Do you Wame the young man for not wanting to spend his evening at home when upon entering the house someone will commence Wing fault tJwalIthersparent to speak kindly to their children concerning their faults by so doing you will conquer i If on the other hand yoi begin to And fault you will fail- Brother sister treat each other kindly let not a oareleis word bespoken you will never regret that you did so Por in time to oome when you have reached manhood or womanhood and look book upon the years gone by you will have the pleasure of saying to yourselves and others this dear stanza t From allurements abroad which but flatter the eye My unsatisfied heart turns and says with a sigh Home home sweet sweet home let each strive to make our homes as agreeable and happy as possible so that we may say that there is no place on earth to us IlkeHome sweet home It Notice- I have this day Oct 30 1906 entered a motion in the Fulton County Court to be discharged from further liability as assignee of the Ellison Mercantile Co and the Court has set said motion for hearing on Monday Nov 12th 1906 All persons are notified to show cause saiddatasustained B T Davis 22 Assignee Ellison Mercantile CoII Who weeps thyou when you are sad and laughs with you when you are glad and smiles at you when you are madthe editor Who has to be both kind and wise and never hardlyever lies and when he does creates surprise the editor Who owns a heart as well as cheek pos rtssed of spirit proud yet meek and lives on forty cents a weekthe cdi itor Underground Waters ofI Western Kentucky A valuable and Interesting dis cussion of the underground water resources of Kentucky west of Tenn tsar River to contained in Water Supply and Irrigation Paper No 1 64 mil issued by the United States Geological Survey The investigations made by the Hydrographi- Branch of the Geological Sune ce show that In western Kentucky th undergroundwater resources largely dependent on the localI rain fall The springs and shallow well s derive their supplies exclusively from the ram falling in their Im mediate vicinity while the rooks from whioh the deep wells obtain waters are supplied by the rain that tails within the State or in the atea just west of Mississippi river In only a few oases do deep wells pierce the hard rocks that lie beneathI the soft sands and days In WaterSupp y paper No 164 which may be obtained on application to the Director of the United State Geological Surrey at Washington D C are risousied the general conditions that govern the oocurence of water in wells and the relatio- of the geology of the region to the supply pf the underground water Those general discussions are followed by detailed descriptions that show the water conditions in each county the depth at which water may be obtained and the height to which It rises without pumping THERES NO USE talking you eant beat Herblne for the liver The greatest tegulater ever offered to suffering humanity II you super from liver complaint if you arc bilious and fretful Its your liver and Herbine will put it in its proper condition A post Uve cure for Constipation Bilious ness Dvapcpsla and all ills due te a I andMIby Helm Ellison Definitions of a Baby Fathers rival m mothers tove A prying evil you only aggravate by put lcg down A native of all countries who speaks the language of nose A mite of a thing that requires a mightyI lot of attention The magic spell by which the gods transform a 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