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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mntoOd IIII II- IIIIUWn 2260g THE HleKMAN COURIERis the riam That Pn118 the CunninM Uaaon up the Hill of Success The Courier hS Spankln n Good Team Crease the Axles of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up L sYC ltD NtU0f h HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY 0 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16 1806 OTiBuffraVniBiBtt MM Iei Youd better have are overcoat I Ir sdtafihcr Marx II Boys Suits rat assortment In dole Norfolk and Satfcr ityles v woretods dhcvfotti Quit surges and thtbcts ages 3 to npuiaWy the best values in its in Htakman Prices 150 tbi 050 S Treasury Report For Monthof October v statement of the receipt and CJtpcndi hat for October the utiied to S54617788 rplus for the month of Against a deficit for HI of over 5200000 our months of the present J i a surplus is shown of Ii nn00 Thc receipts veral sources of revenue Boys The kind that satisfy bith parents and boy = in black and gray Jxfird fricics and fancy mixtures out kegII and medium lengts Put the test We Invite you to The values wilt come up by comparison Prices 2iOO to 1000 during last month are given as follows Customs S27725890 increase venue 24720121 increase 2100000 During the last month the expendi lures on account of the War Depart ment show an increase of about 1 000000 as compared wth October 1905 and a decrease of about SI 000000 on account of the navy Otherwise the Items of expenditure do not differ very materially from the figures one year ago heavylleccetapeYwvalues at Per garment 50c Better grades 100 to 150 BOYS separate garments and union suits medium and heavy fleece Per garment 25c and 50c The monthly circulation statement of the Comptroller of the Currency shows that at the close of business Oct 31 the total circulation of National bank notes was 583171 985 which Is an increase as com pared with Oct 31 1905 S876J 736 and an increase for the month of 9268877 The circulation based on United States bonds amounted to 53 6933 169 an increase for the year of 46995363 and an increase for the month of 9164245 The monthly coinage statement t it c1r+ w or to J to it in Our larger stocks you to choose here extensive assort correct shape in felt hats and derbies is here from 125 to 3 GAPS a new line for men and boys received at 2Sc to SI shows that the coinage circulated at the mints of the United States during October amounted to 9172317 as follows Gold 5900000 Silver 3176077 Minor 96740 The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business Oct 31 1906 the total debt less cash in the Treasury a mounted to 952 171364 which is a decrease for the month of 829 The debt recapitulated as follows r1iw osdsleslq I HEREVERyou go at home or abroad fr good bad for youll good overcoat or an companion in a cold snap We have Hart Marx offer you that means style thats right in every J right and right Then the pricedcoats are b Ileiin great your style ours the other All suits any pocketbook Your suit is here tooand you might as welly have now aslater IIl New Mens Hats enable from mentsevery Prices just coins 2074I Interestbearing debt 925159 250 Debt on which Interest has ceased since maturity 1123205 Debt bearing no interest 399 189719Total 1325472174 This amount however does not include 1103897889 in certificates and Treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount of cash on hand which it held for their redemption The cash in the Treasury is classified as follows Gold reserve 150000000 J l 1l AU B =o a t f I r V IitI Shoes An easy shoe for everyday wear A favorite with the man who wants a shoe that doesnt stretch out of shape Soft and pliable you have to break in a neveriit gives comfort from the start Prices 350 4 and 5 I Smith AmbergI 57241999- SuJiiurcs Overcoats 2150000internal Underwear UNDERWEAR- In q business fort weather dressup lnnda raincoat invaluable Shaffner overcoats detailall woolall priced medium Variety fellows priced Styles Florsheim Trust funds 1103897889 General fund174 029968 In National bank depositories 145975346In of Philippine Islands 4730063 Total Sl581633247 against which there are demand liabilities outstanding amounting to 1208 332437 which leaves cash balance of 473300810 Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe In the Warrengldg moor 4r r v 4- r i ii i ii LJ Ua L u d 4 q Inv lt 11 t Forced ReductionsI IIXE PRICES AI- II ELLISON BROS Department Store i HICKMAN KENTUCKY a JANUARY lIsft we will have to vacate the two rooms which we now occupy as Hardware and Grocery Stores ONi andconsolidate the stocks of all four stores into the two rooms now used for Dry Goods and Clothing Depart ments To consolidate these stocks into half their present space will necessitate heavy reductions in quantity and to make sure of this at once we have made extraordinary price concessions throughout the store Right now at the busiest season of the year when prices everywhere are higher than at any other time we present the very unusual occasion of forcedprice reductions Including all new goods everything has been marked lower than usualand in the Clothing DP partment specially extraordinary concessions are given in price anda call will quickly convince you of the different p m prices here and at other stores YOU are invited to call and investigate Forced Reductions of Clothing Prices Are Extraordinary Mens Suits Including our on lira etook of New Fall Purchases just received of Mens Pino Suits in the latest cute double and single breasted made of the New Fancy Mixtures and Plaids strictly nil wool olotha We Offer Choice of Any 2500 Suit for n 1750 Any 1500 Suit for 1050 Any 750 Suit for 475 Cloaks We handle exclusively the fameus Brtpress Brand of Ladies Misses and Chttdrens Cloaks and Wraps and have just received a complete as sortment of the seasons newest garments These we have marked at much Jless than the usual figure Very handsome all wool kersey coats latest cut extreme lengths in black tan and castor at 1612 and 10 Very nobby fancy ooaU in the new gray and brown plaids and mixtures correct cut and lengths 5 6 and 750 Misses Chlldrens and Infants cloaks in a great variety A special bargain for3W-ehave 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 t Blankets and Comforts Strictly all wool Springfield double blankets finest quality extra large full 114 size sells usually for 750 per pairs 650P hairfor Fancy soft warm cotton blankets feel like fine wool full size 150 valuoH for 125 Good Cotton Blanket for 60c Full size comforts regular 100 kind for n 75c Stoves We sell exolusIvely the Celebrated Wilson Heaters Undoubtedly the beat all round coal and wood stove manufactured Consumes all the smoke ashes gases soot etc No Smoke No Dirt Everyone guaranteed Our prices are lower on these stoves than you can buy them elsewhere Childrens Suits Wo have an immonso assortment of ChildrensY Clothing all gftgfj find to rot sou fills fttbck at once We Offer Choice of Any 600 Suit for 450 Any 500 Suit forr 375 Any 400 Suit for 300 Any 200 Suit for 150 Any 150 Suit for = 100 Skirts We have just received a new line of the famous perfectAtmuch less than usual Very handsome skirts latest style that soil everywhere for ST and 750 for 6 Complete line of stylish skirts made of sow serviceable Materials from5 to 175 WAISTS A nice Hue of Ladles Shirtwaists in the newest styles A very pretty waist made of new mercer lied Plaid waiothtgs at175Mesos- riud fancy and black sateen waists at from SOc to 75c Overshoes and Rubber Goods Just received complete new line of Mens and Boys and Ladies Misses and Childrens Rubbers and Overshoes of all kinds and sizes These have all been markedat lower prices than usual Stoves We are exclusive agents for the famous Boss Hot Air Coal Stove No Smoke No Dirt No Gases SootHighly finished in the most ornamental stylo TheHo stoves sell usually everywhere at from 1250 to 15 Our prices 1150 to 1050 Overcoats Including our largo ntisortmont of uptodnt i just received in order to mnko certain and t+ ur r duotdon of this rftoak wo offer right now at tin I ginning of the season the following Remarkable Concessions Any 25OO Coat for E 1760 Any 15OO Coat forJ JO 1060 Any 750 Coat for 475 Dress Goods We are MV showing a very soloet a sorUmt of the seasons newest dross fabrics In wed fatv rim you can And any shade of UK popular cloth SergM Batistes Broadatotbs PauassasfosIe- ttas i both plala and fancy mtxiiuea We are showing boftutMU shadow plaid serges worth SI2S a yard 1 Mnerif ed waistlngs very handsome cloths tor waists in the sew plaid eKeeto per yard25c NEW PLAID SUITINGS tUatIInsell usually for 12 Me and iSo 10c House Furnishings Our line of House Furnishings is Vcry complete in all departments Floor coverings Rugs Lace Curtains Window Shades Quilts Table Linens Towels Napkins eta all marked at nwefa less than the usual price Table Linens A speoial bargain in Table Linen White mer cerized ano Red Damask worth H5o to JOc in an assortment of patterns aL 25 and30c An immense assortment of white linen table coven center pieces and lunch cloths worth up to 150 plain and fancy drawn work selling now at 35 76 and DOc Stoves and Stove Hardware SPECIAL Sheet Iron Wood Stoves Small Size 150 Large Size 300 Every kind of stovo hardware now ready i Stove boards Pokers Shovuls Tongs Scuttles Vases All sixes fire gratesAluminum I 6ScJapannedJOejapanned Millinery Our ffiflltaery offerings oonslst of an r and varied assortment of high grade Tar r Gold Medal Tailored Hats Just jrgreatly reduced prices and will enable f MM to seoure Just the sort of hat her ass for at about hall the usual figure yerr wc offer the latest thugs In trimmed an hats worth J to 7 J8 for350 to 1 50 We Her quite an assortment of + shapes In Street Hats all colas worth- siioioc for 1 to SOc All kinds of oops eta In all the new infant and ohNdrens wear all at popular- pries v 26 tSO and i5c Enamelware Tinware Etc Enameled Pudding llnn 15c Broad Boxesv f25c 0 gallon lord oan J 33t 8 gallon lard cnn = dOc 10 gallon Inrdonn 50cl r Galvanized l3uokot4It20cr Pudding pausr21qnarb 5c onamolwl Diah Pans 05C r Dishes Just recoivod immense now a E rt = ment of Dishes and Ghinawarp oi ill1 kinds Dinner seta tea sots teat r sots wash stand Hots oups and sa ro plates bowls pitohors platters I tc All of it nt much less than the trtnl prices For example Dinner Sot 50 pieces fine Drr n Wnrn 475 Dinner Sot 100 pieces Liv-erpuolohina1000 What You Can fo OilHeater Heaterii With a Perfection Oil Heater you an heat a coM 1 f 1 room wake m sickroom more comfutUble watt a r hallway heat water quickly and do many things t irr titan can te done with any other tore no matter wat fuel it burn The superiority of th- ePERFECTION 011 HeaterFgwlpped with StRekeleH Bevlett- ke rrr t Il It ach tatat hilt wllboat itaokc i tratcadthwkk Miner art Jof hti- eauwniaaWbq+ tlttettntbest iUrsn oil Mt vor aad ticadl llrtlrr ll Ilyhl as- S 4y4M aad laipl tltk caal U IttiiMl s w UMMlrd a ratllf at a tarp All part 1 rw as 11sat Jpa Vtttf htalrI tat al yot drain wrtu ktaivtt aray for I- fR Mr u h UMp wade OHM tkartealy llfkt It Ike etnt Ilrp yw ear IA I rftottt aa4 aWktl pUI101 Iyappt with r nr kaN STANDARD OIL COMPANY bKoepout4l 7aers tftrch ots Bonk CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis Ui wo Offer to dopogltors Othor in wrnute nro of gcoowlary imporlanoo Plllllld riHirantce we solicit your jwtronayc J A THOMPSON1 taltlorF III A NAN1 Proflidoat mEOTOR9II t5 J J U nu nUltuTtu It TIIIIKMCFU n tt t Xt1inu It MIMCK Mr J XHUlillAill T A iKi nmn nd Still Whey ComerTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT YPW If dold Customers and NF W GOODS 1 With This roomWo efUlT1UI t prices now null big assortment of good vnluos tin a grntifinj inoriMiso in my salon v furniiuru corning in evory day t CuphoardILhn Work Tables Easels and Rockers of all kindsIIHIH of mnttrossos pillows oomfortw blankets Had as shoal nsonn bo bought in tho oily I 1 11 lIut of Dictums pioturo nutting hncking- llalillJRote Mnko any Htxc pioturo friiinu on r ltl+ n row Sowing Machines nnd Wardrobe in iIi iloso thorn out at n UAKttAlN Como rind tWO Ii 0 hniullo niHiptodntu lieu of Coffins OnskotJqI III Slippora ute from the ohoapcst to tho tine 8AVK YOU MONEY in this lino All f IMvI nttondod toclayor night Pico henrso vvlicn wan todl Living apartmontH over tho lin in mcd of my sorvlcos Rispectfully W F Montgomery Hickman Ify I Will build y- ouANOMIE ON tOAt MONTIITY AVM10NT8 4 planItyou you Ty the only complete line of building material builders arh sash and doors to be found In the city Aly prices l ttl You be the judge call and see i A DCJDS It Since November 6th It Tit Bits and Gleanings Professional politics Is the great Amerioan game Let bitter feelings gsttme the best avenger The span that woold go with the mteritie only berrews strength lies a Ieaohn tMng mere Love demands some sort of rcreey Otherwise It shrivels to the pane on the mere acquaintance Down with the mudkracker who lclami in order that he may create a market for Ms goods Love the gtoryof the battlefield infinitely more Ulan the temptations of wallowtog oase- Me man can amosc a fabulous fir tune and at the mme tiMe taatthe finer virtues of the noelI The shadow reports true of he sutMtance There are no doubtful foreshadowing of your tArter self Pit on the brakes SorMday by Us awful momentum the splendid awohhlery will go to the Juakvpile- Y r toMe of Ute difference be tween tight and wrong k the limit of yeur eonvkttens on a give pestlon Time it so rapid In Its awful fight that It will set he long till we hear the swtss of the boatmans oar Ill the sunset days the mind weary with its years of toP turns within for rest We feed then on treasures stores Mabel Vicinity David Morrows crop Is launching rapidly Dr Loretace has had rauoh prac tice lately James Patterson Iis anticipating ai trip to MoHtana this month Mrs Pay Buneh visited her sister Mrs Vie Morrow last week The tug boat FultSA pawed up the river Saturday with bares of toes Bud Darnell wed Will Johnson have met with suocoss fishing at Hubbard Lake Mo Most Griffey has lead in the work of aiding his father In gathering and marketing his oem Sam Haddon farmer and mer chant living on J D Lecohs farm will begin ginning cotton this week Luther Turnbow the Mabel storekeeper had the pleasure of a visit from his brother from Graves countyHenry Pattersons corn oropiiis rapidly changing from field to bArn with the assistance of lthe firadberry brothersJohn Stowe has returned from a trip to Memphis He has been un well for sometime but It Iis hoped that he will soon recuperate William Jones visited his mother three miles from Hlokman nml was pleased to meet a new arrival there a nephew the son of Rodney Jones his brotherProf has been at home on the Stowe farm on a two weeks sick furlough and has returned to the Kentucky Bend School somewhat improved in health Most of the pupils of the New Hope School are now industriously engaged in the cotton or corn fields but are expected to soon reinforce the educational department and re sume their studies The levee work Is progressing with Messrs Brock and Coffee engineers in charge D B Wilson and C T Bondurant full of hope and Marjhall Wilson very courteous at the commissary Andy Ham mond proves to b an expeit in handling funs horses and mules JOI Pt I t fv NoticeYou I Never have ThisOpportunity Opportunitygain gainnow I sale five 6acre Iot- aThee 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 IMTYou are just out of townand right in town be I ing only 10 minutes walk to the These business lots streetIof the Corporation the line running just in front of them you will therefore not have to pay any city tax yet you will have every advantage that the man inside the city I limitsI IISix acres of groundwill give you a nice lot for a houseA poultry yard A nice garden- A nice orchardetc There is now a goodroad passing directly in front of these lots leading from West Hickman to East Hickman footbridgelacrol lead you direct to the city- I will build within the next five months a goodsub stantial driveway across this ravine rihichwill give you a direct driveway to the cityThese lots will be sold for onehalf their real value If you do not want to build buy for an investment These are the only first class building lots left The town has grown cry rapidly within the last fjve years 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 againUpon investigation youll find the description given of these lots to be absolutely correctFirst come first served C L Walker ilM a I I Harahan Elected President of Illinoisi Central The election of J T Harrahan to the presidency of the Illinois Central succeeding Stuvvesant Fish has a special Interest he being well known from his long connection with the L it N leaving as general manager to go with the I C Harahan began his railroad career as a watcrboy and worked right up the line until now he is at the head of one of the biggest and best system in the Unit ed States E H Harahan is one of the railroad kings of the country and the I C gives him a transcontl nent line from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the lakes to the gulf the I C connecting at Chicago with the B and 0 for the East and with the Union Pacific at Omaha Neb and with the Southern Pacific at New Orleans for the Western coast all of these systems being under his control A special from Nashville says Robert Green colored familiarly known as Uncle Bob Is dead at his home at Belle Meade Stock Farm near this city aged eightytwo He was knowntn every turfman ot note In this country In revoking the license of the Mutual Life Insurance Company to do business In Kentucky Insurance I thatInot exist in the land of the free Cures Blood Skin Troubles Cancer Blood Poison If your blood it impure thin dis oozed hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer car fancies eating sores scrofula ec area itching risings and lumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrah rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Btood Balm B B B according to direct ions Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop the blood is made pure and rich leaving the skin free from every eruption and giving the rich glow of perfect health to the skin At the same time B B B improves the digestion cures dyspepsia strengthens weak kidneys Just the medicine for old people as it gives them new vigorous blood Druggists SI per large bottle with directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and special free medical ad vice also sent in sealed letter B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases of impure blood and skin disease and cures after all else fall- sMusical History Club At the regular meeting of the Musical History Club on Nov 6 the following program was made very interesting by the enthusiastic members Biography of MozartMaggie- Lee Rice Biography of Stndlng Miss Hazel JohnsonStory of Old Folks at Home Miss Meua Diestlebrink Paper Muslo Miss Ethel Nay lorMusic by each member of the Club Miss BennIe Carpenter our efficient Deputy Circuit Clerk re turned Monday from a visit with her sister in Jackson Tenn The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifying or poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoope Cough Cure as made for 20 years entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotcs I Dr Snoops Cough Cure is absolute ly safe even for the youngest babe and it euros it does not simply suppress Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure by simply insisting on having Dr Shoops Let the law be your protection We cheerfully recommend and sell ItAU deal ers Robt Dougherty of Cairo was in Hickman Sunday visiting his mother and friends w When Times are Dull What Do You Do It is an unfortunate fact as well as showing the entire absence of any sense of right and justice that a great many people seem to regard their local stores as though they were established merely for accommodation When these people have cash to spend it goes to the mail order house but when times arc dull when they are out of work or during the season when farmers are not turning out their produce into cashwhat do they do Do they write to the mail order house and ask for a little time for a favor If they do they fall to get it These concerns must have cash must have it in advance i must have it before you can see the goods People send their money and then wait until the mall order house gets good and ready to fill the order No i when people want credit or fivors of any kind they go to their home merchant very obligingly or der what they want and tell him to put It on the books expecting him to wait from one to six months for his money They seem to lose sight en tirely of the tact that the merchant has tq pay for the goods he buys and that it takes money to conduct his businessrent clerk hire light taxes and insurance But there is an even worse phase of the question These very peoplp who are carried and favored by the merchants will when they do get some cash send it to the mall order house instead ot paying their obliga tions or giving the home merchant any consideration whatever This is a matter which has in most comes not been given thoughtful considera tion by may of our readers but when they realize the unfairness of the course they have pursued they will act differently Give your home dealer fair play deal with him on the same basis that the mall order houses compel you to deal with them and you will profit greatly by it YNot on EZ Street Young Fissicks got a shingle out Proclaiming him M D But from A M to late P M His office Is M T Preventlcs as the name implies prevent all colds and grippe when taken at the sneezing stage Preventics are toothsome candy tablets Preventics dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when you first feel thata cold is coming they check and prevent them Pre ventics are thoroughly safe for children and as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by all dealers Prof Gabby has moved into his residence on Cumberland and Car roll streets recently purchased from W J Spradlin His wife returned last week from a visit of the summer at Mays Lick Ky and the Prof has a smile on each side of his tace Think of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges if your breath is foul or feverish This snow white soothing balm contains Oil of Eucalyptus Thymol Menthol etc incorporated into an imported creamlike velvety petrola tum It soothes heals purifies controls Call at our store for free trial box Sold and recommended by all dealers Miss Pearl Wyronn of Fulton Iis visiting in Hickman Heart Strength nl1l11ll11rth or llrattllektt twnNerr- eRnnri0orttmWkntetuati stn re Po- sIAety not me wtk limit In a hlI1l1d u In 10 Mi nl II N atnt alart o hidden IlnriIttw hires tluttwrtlly wail ai UuK Thli otc+lronerrorhltinttt or Start Nnra tlmHr nth and muu haw n wr LION fUHIIlr tnnni MrMirth Without thattheIIrtaormgemunue 10 tell and UM Mnaurh and kklncji alio bar IhMui Mme rrmtr lllill nrrrr TbU rlrarlf riptalnn why a a mnllHiM Dr rhootit ItMtnntlre tau In lb it dato MiKh for wrak andalllnR Un Dr MMyp entuucM- theftMnfatathlrJwMIuI MI ttotln6dtot insttandllrtu Ilr rbrxasitaWrtlrethtsp- opular pttrrlt4Wl1akin lIMGI bthnr wok and WUruf nrrrw rmtm It 151144tlOlmirthrtu It oflrn net r n hv bisart 11 tIUIthcuj a nmiml with Dr Shoops 1 RestorativeALL DEALERSa IQ I rri rriii ii T1IC t I THE HICKMAN COURIER B T SCALE W 0 BpJJBB J 0 BBXTOX Editor au4 Fr frkun ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Dr CASH IN ADVANCE I Kiitered at Uio LUckwaii Kealo Kv IxMlefffoft M M owt cUM wail matter Friday November 16 1906 The President dismissed in dU grace from the army the entire bat tollion of nqgro troops that partid paled In the riots at Brownsville Texas recently The Democratic State Executive Committee will meet November 20 to canvas the rsturas IB the primary election and Issue atM ot nomination A lively sensation was created m Newport tueday whom it was leara I ed that Henry Youtsey confined hi the Frankfort penitentiary for life for alleged conspiracy in the Goebel assassination had written letters to old acquaintances asking them to vote and work for Governor ham The totter stilted that BeckI Beckhams prison appointees had been kind to him Attorney T P Carothers one ot the most prominent lawyers in Newport received one of the letters Sad Tragedy at Reelfoot Lake Monday James Haynes a young CannerI was drowned in Reelfoot Lake and his compnnioaC H Did narrowly escaped the same laM The two men were in a Doat hunting ducks near what is known as Bloc Baste about 10 JO Monday morning when the accident occurred C D Morley me of the St Louis party pave the story to a Courier reporter as follows About 930 Monday morning our party secured boats to go out on the lake to fish and hunt I am told that we were near what k known as Blue Basin when Mr Did and Mr hailingdistance paidlltUeabsorbed in our sport Possibly OMI hour elapsed after their snooting ceased and I supposed they had quit the dudeshooting and were flihing When we looked for them theywere not to be found When we finally returned to the hotel found Mr Dial almost weI chilled and utterly exhausted course we learned what had happen 1 ed Mr Diet says he was shooting at a bunch of ducks but had failed to kill any when Mr Haynes asked 4 Diet to let him try his hand Dial could not see what position Has sitUngwithstood erect judging from the motion of the bot When Hajie fired he tilted the boat to such an extent that she was filled half full of water Haynes reuarkod we will have to bail this out and reached for a bucket which again tilted the boat grabbedforoverboard The gun was discharged tearing a hole in the bottom of the I boat and at the same time the boat took enough water to cause her to sink Haynes began to swim in the fiftyfeetboat When Haynes was last seen he was within about ten foot of the t stump but failed to reach it Haynos called for help until he sank but Dell was unable to swim having on hip boots and a lot of shells MayanDeilfinally drifted near sough to the shore to attract the attention of rescuers He was taken to the hotel and waited upon by Dr Skanks of Martin Tenn The body of Mr Haynes was t recovered in the afternoon of the same day He leaves a young wife having butted his child abcut a week ago He was a son of Thos Hay ses and a brother of Mr Haynes of the cityMr of the Carleton Dry Goods Co and lives in St Louis Memphis Annual Conference in Session at Ripley Memphis Annual Conference of the Methodist church is in session this week at Ripley Tenn The Hickman pastor has a good report to make Here are some of reportsReceived 27 i Dismissed from roll23 i Total membership 301 Paid to Home and Foreign Mis Mlsslon1rySocietvS253 Societies have rlsed301 Two Sunday Schools raised S1SO Given to the poor 85 riickman Realty Co I1c 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 on easy payments COMB AND SEE US We offer on reasonable terms the following Real Estate for Sale One New Dwelling Desirably located on the hill neighborhoods rooms reception hall and a porch bath room and water dot with hot and cold wa ter Good cellar and base meat Electric lights WILL SELL OR RHfTT TO GOOD TENANT One 5Room House On the hill adjoining the above Five rooms halls front and lack porches bath room and water closet with hot and cold wate Electric lights cellar and basement One House 4 Lots In East Hickman now occu plod by good tenant Will sell at a bargain 19 Houses and Lots In West Hickaaa all rent ed to good paying tenants Six of those are new just completed Have had from SBVXX TO FJFTBBM applica tions for each house before completion These houses will pay BIG IKTBRBST on the invastment Will sell singly or as a whole on rea sonable terms 50 Good Lots In Wost Hiokman We of fer these in any way want ed singly or in blocks Are all wen located with good streets and the d wand 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 monte One Choice Lot Desirably located one block irom College An excellent location to build a home Farm Lands 200 Acres Fine Land In the bottom about 125 acres deadened and all could be easily cleared Will sell cheap 160Acre Farm In bottom Fine land No better in the bottom About 60 acres cleared Good houses and good tenants Will sell this cheap COME AND SEE US II- h W S EllisonManager Where Did the Money Go To The following appeared in tM Lexington paper this week The 148 election officers who served in the primary election in Lexington and Fayette county and who were promised by Chairman Mott Ayres of the Beckhnm or saniintkm Si apiece for their services will not receive a cent The anouncement is made that there is no money in the hands oI the committee to meet this expense CURllalIntendedI aliiusedThe usual pay of election officer is 2 and the officers serving In the regular election will receive that amount but Chairman Molt Ayres of the Sub commitee of the State Executive Committee who bad the distribution of the fund for campaign expenses conceived the idea that several thousand dollars could be saved for more useful campaign purposes and give out the statment that the election oJBosrs in the primary through out the State had apieceAndpromised and which none of the election officers in Fayette county will admit that they agreed to ac forthcomingThe busted Cx chequer and the protest of election WwnesdImorning when several election officers made application for their mousy at Democratic headquarters Among the oncers who applied for their t er diem were David McCord clerk in the Boones Creek precinct i W F Downing Judge In Ashland avenue precinct and L D Payne sheriff in the Lottk street prectRctIThey first applied to Chairman Viley of the McCreary Advisory Committee for the Seventh district and were directed to call on Ben Frsckmaa to whom Chairman Matt Ayres sent the boxes ballots and funds for election expenses Mr Freckman was seen but there was nothing doing He told the gentleman with their uncashed election claims that there was not a cent in the hands of the committee and no money had been received for payment of election officers Where Is the meney 1 is the question that the disappointed elect Ilea sAiosrs all over the county are asking themselves The only so httioa is that as the money was for campaign purposes the Beckham organisation is accused in their desperate straits of using it where it could do the most good for the Boy Governor As there were four officers in each of the 37 preaincts of the county and city it will take 148 in hard cash to settle with them at the cut rate schedule of Chairman Mott Ayres but so far there are no funds in sight to meet these claims If the same tactics have been em ployed in all of the 119 counties of the State about 120000 averaging each county at 100 which is a fair estimate has been filched from the election offices The question is where did the money go intended for the payment of election officers Official Fulton County Vote For U S Senator Beokham 324 McCreary 386 For Congress James 547 Smith 51 1 ForGovernorBarn Hager 375 Hays 204- 3For Lieutenant Governor Trim ble 259 For Attoiney neralHenclrtok 435 i Carter28 For Supt Public Jnstruotion Winfrey 274 Gulllon 154 For Secretary of StateVreeland 2J Lafoon 263 For AuditorBosworth 321 For Comlssloner Agriculture Crenshaw 182 Newman 179 For Clerk Court AppealsChe nault 305 New Orleans Carnival Co at Hickman This Week The carnival Is in full blast In Hickman this week Large crowds performantesshow last night and found a most excellent set of men in charge and the attractions even better than is claimed for them While the company is a small one it is well equipped for their business is clean and the best of order is maintained all the while Go tonight and spend an hour or two on the sunny aide of the street They will leave next Saturday night Before the election Mr Hughes said the only reason he had for de givetheup to Mr Hughes to put into execu tion that desire I No new Kentucky postmasters will be appointed until the President re turns from Panama VVJVVJ Would You Like to Find a Shoe Like This A school shoe that will settle the question of vho sells the best the longest wearing the best fitting shoes in Hickman You can find lots of shoes that willost more than our famous lines but for any price you c ant find Sceool Shoes like E C Rice Cos 5 to 8 100 8 12 to 11 125 11 12 to 2 150i All kinds of shoes at less than regular prices Rubber goods at popular prices All sizes All kindsiWe are closing out our Millinery and Furnishing goods at less than actual cost Big bargains in all linis Fullstock to select from E CRiceScCo g CASH SHOE STORED i Sleepy Hollow Items We notice Henry Pollock is geiUnt his sleigh ready this morning Mr Jim Wiley has moved to his new home near Davids Chapel Quite a orowd of the youngIol enjoyed a big nut hunt last Friday Mrs Leila Davis k old on an ox tended visit to relatives near Tiptoe vOle Misses Carolina and Elisabeth Morris of Fulton visited Mtaics Orlona and Miranda Wilson last weekMrs George Fowler and tiN Hisabcth Eddlngs of BWten visited the family of Mrs Alloe Wilson lost j weekListen I for the thoroughbred houndsI every night Now Is the hunters delightA crowd of Fultsnltes passed through this neighborhood Tuesday enreute to the lake joined by some of their friends her- eDorena Items Corn husking is all the rage Everybody is suffering with bad colds Mrs Stella Hall spent a few daysI at Medley last week Joella Byassee spent a few daysI In Hickman last week Miss Carmen Crawford was seenI enroute to Dorena Monday evening Rev Graves of Hickman preached to the people of this place Sunday Mr Doe Lawrence of East Prairie was down last week on hunt of a oow Mrs MattieCob of Hlokroan isI spending this week with Mrs Craw fordSeveral of the youngsters here I have been attending the street fat at HickmanIIn o a new home Misses Fowlks and Hirey went to Charleston last week to attend the Teachers Association Mr T A McClain bought forty acres of land of J E Lambert last week paying him S900 in cash Messrs Jbh Lambert Thurman Pickett and Marion Dick went tto Cairo Friday night returning home Sunday night FOR SALE All my household and kitchen funiturc as good as the day it was bought Here is a splendid bargain everything first class Jerry Malone Hickman The vote throughout Kentucky was exceedingly small and less In Hardin county than it has been In twenty years the vote In that county being less than 2000I Hickman College Letter The College library has jut re esivsd a large number of new notice and is ordering many more hoping to increase the number to one thousand volumes Any person m or around Hickman who wilt give to the library one or more bosks which have been read will be given a mem I privlllegeI library Tilt pupils will call next I week to receive whatever books you care to give I Last week was examination week and a great deal of enthusiasm was shown among the pupils seeing wits weuld win the 900 reward The five standing highest in the Sealer and Junior atones the other daises will be printed later as alt the pa pert could net be corroded br this week are as follows MHtOKO Mary McDaniell9Ru- by Fleming 99 Fannie Kcarby 934 Russet Jtfcnstt 901 Ruby Seay 903 JOMOKLlxsie 94 S- Kate Conner 942 I Marguerite Fuqua 918 Harold DoBsw 864 On Wednesday evening Nov 36 Booth Lowrey the celebratedwit will lecture at the City Hall The people of Hiokman cannot afford to miss this high class lecture for Jno Temple Graves says He is unique and irresistible and Bob Taylor adds those who hear him go away with aching hearts and tearstained facesTickets I1lghSahool Seatsrmay reserved on or after 7 a m Nov 27 On Friday afternoon Nov 2 the High School Literary Society held its regular meeting opening with quotations by all the members aster which a very interesting program was rendered Among other features the Newsboy edited by Bascombe Lunsford and recitations by Misses Jessie Wan and Lois Bartlett Were highly enjoyable =IFOR SALE While Plymouth Rock chicken UR Flshcl strain alto Barred Plymouth Rocks G B Thompson strain yellow akin and fine plumage Mrs P B Ballow 23 Rural Route 1 HOUSE FOR RENTin East Hickman 19tf G L Carpenter I I There will be preaching at the the Methodist church next SundayJJ Thanksgiving Nov 29or 13 more I T-o MRS I P ELLISON J AL PARTY Perhaps the ttar k tcnainment of sowt t111 been given this ci n W i formal party at th L 1 P mUson Setunu oj MICarbendale Ills ai Lotttarfllc MIISM c 10 Button and Vir z assisted the hostess LP tttHson sad MA = i receivingThe was rr = Dkh Party as Wr r n served from the dish w c stdjd over by MrU a Shumate Asolidi c send The host r t progressive games to t simple games weir beautiful MIRe was rated with yellow rt sand the decoration guests which number Some iplondid munrsLedfsrtl was enjo 1 duets by Mrs Tn 11 Shnmate The hostesses rtqu r to walk out of the rfi let them see who r lj r gracefully and WbHtwith refusals each K 1 some one else to LIL Ptnallywe are told w to take their name and then one lady whtt A walked out klr r menl by her comic tantics This evidr t 1 beginning of the fun t o noticed provided hewrtapparel of the other she thought most bfI serf and among whit v T feather lloa paradei making more mirth flIOne gentleman 0 jj jtofor her real early eat s fact to take lunch II rtrgentleman present ar J didnt know whether salads like ladies Ttx Ci4 joyed having him with the guests hiYtttanother gentleman wi the porcn for his wife It rained early in the r this did abu L rtyfromremembered William J Bryan rr wf results of the recent e hope in the situation and to Is a trend toward decoct o J R Weaver and Iv firt Brighton Ark visited at Hickman last week retur 2 I Sunday LocalNotes I L 48 for coal 1 opened yesterday i Nov 2t13 more ttrtswewtii tell fresh ai HulUW t Wit ltt town one wWln Fulton l was hen from Cairo t n WM hole from Union Moore wfts to Uulon t ton mu teen In New r I 1 k 1hyJ- tlq11 mufte goojT I vwtttac her 1emi- ii and wife rdnrncd Tito ty- al II ol Uwt CIty a hlebMr 1 Hkchws rtIAldciy- It the ertsitt 1 Porter Oi- HfttfcftWn 1Aritwt- LaI yea Of JftCkfM tI argue Saodk hneon nmi wife arc rK Cenoteetwe- c f Union C was c AtsaiayjWade sa Wray tpensl tile wtnior I of LalLIIc had l thisl1 C r Woe were r k roMsastog home n f NrIMthl sNee 1ItiftIr kcrc- ff If W1r4latt Mists Ands wta HWcnnn- itiI M fiareison of e rl in BffbsMn OH C Uyvtrbeil ofSULottts t If aunt Mrt J W r Hick man relatives od QN Roach on lonte 1 spent r foot Lake IwatMg id wife tf Trimble r theirri has JIMRIha sill Lee Cafenw sole proprietor of estarmst- G II 1IIInareh of r ntl e gueits of Mrs x 5re tne first of the t Ily Commercial Mnsoo aid wife are ConII P W W Diinkln of v C ta presiding the Cumberland r i ineoottor was in sdayr looking over s Hk verdict was o and Rattle Dodd alaier cy whloh Hs In tv- ss r I lollrad for reIIp rod muley cow I swallow1 fork in hind feet Will be IS t AprilOscarKy sting of S D Luten 4S m and Christine rune Ramage H F tII of HIckman and FultoniA m Lake Itfr from the South t t University Jackson preach at the First t f Hiekman morning r Sunday Nov 18- r r ortlially invited H Graves pastor r I purchasedtproperty where now S photograph gallery intbuildingi theai tn opera house above I R over the rail of the rA ladypoketbook in money and six i s the value of the Therrt hastand I drank mUtt AOENT FOR Nashville Steam Laundry None better Few as good Leave Laundry at Smith It Ambergs Are you attending the Carnival County Court convened Monday Co to the skating rink open too nightMrs A M DcBow Iis visiting in Fulton theCourter CitySunday thelakeinJaoksenMJust like UfMg down at mothers table bite Cafe Oat Gregory was here from Mayfield Wednesday Mis Lee Helnor of Cairo IIs visit her husband this week Wm Hotoorafce returned from MomnMs Wednesday I Dont fan to buy your coal from the Independent Coal Co t f- Ire Burch has returned to bis home IIn Market Tree Ark The ImbroWery Chtb met with Mrs W C Johneon this weak I ThARbporili I H F Taylor and Herbert Carr of milton were IIn Htckman Sator I daftThe HWeman CojMort Band serenaded the Kamly KWohen FrWay I afghlII I The Literary Carole will meet wUhII Miss Ivy DeBiw nest Wednesday I Hbv 21st I JuIlan I day last week I I Dr Davidson went to Nashville I Tbortday night to have the halt ftxoU for the tight plant Qtyhallraunie good ptdcanlOIII J H Dovnard representing the Louisville Paper Co was in our city on business MDdayrMr William the K K man wilt probably buy a gasoline boat for h1aI use to go Hp tAd down the river Dr W B Ilrnrv and Miss Birdie Gaskins of CtutoMoU were married Oat 29th by Rev R M Walker J P I CLast week we made a tooal that R A Tyler ulIn New York WeII were misinformed He went to Union City All these who appreciate good musio should attend the Concert given by Hunilkers KM Band at City Hall Thanksgiving night Tom Smith the popular County Attorney was ronspleuous at the County Court Monday Smith ought to be a resident of Hiokman Mr C L Rose living near HickII man informs us that he recently marketed six hogs the six aggre gating 1640 pounds and netting him 94 JO We will be disappojnted and you will be sorry If you dont attend theII Consort Thanksgiving night Scats will be on sale at Berendes Book StoreII Mrs I D Price will leave thlc week for Shreveport La to visitI her son J M Knaebel and wife I will have charge of the hotel in her absenceThe j prices advertised in the Hickman Ice Coal Cos ad this week are not in efI feet The adwas ordered out this week but by mistake c it was pnnt edcI On Wednesday evening Nov 28 j a lecture by Booth Lowrcy will be given at the City Hall under the auspices of the High School Pupils As a wit and humorist this southern I prince of the platform has few equals He is a master of his profession swaying his audience from tears to convulsions of laughter by his changing and alternating wit description eloquence pathos satire and philosophy President FultonII of University of Mississippi says uHis versatility Is simply wonderful and Hon A L Peterman Lexington Ky says S I have never heard anythIng froth any platform to sur pass Booth Lowrey1 description of the March of the Newsboys V M ++4+++++4 tot + M ++ ++4 +I + THE A Sof EL COLUMN of t I I I I I I I I I I I + to jAMKsH SAUNDERS According to previous appointment we visited Sassafras Ridge last Friday evening The farmers of that section are very busy gathering corn and picking cotton but a fair audience greeted us and their marked attention showed that here as everywhere else the farmers are convinced that some alfew thing must be done to Improve the i enough for a full union However if the members of the Ridge district and Sycamore district will unite we feel confident that one more visit will secure a union We received pressing invitations to visit Sycamore again and a few people also asked nopeTrulybut the laborers are few Saturday evening was dowdy and threatening so that we met a very small audience deeplyIRtercltad crept upon us unawares and we were all startled by the vivid sashes of lightning We made a ruth for berne and hope that all of our audience readied home before any one lot very w+ t We hope to be able to wick Stubbs again under more favorable drcutnetancos However tlMlugktaplcaMId win eventually bring forth fnilu TIM work we have undertake Is a groat one you cannot realise hrw great Groat things are usually node op of a large number of small UMrIrt results from many Therefore even If we a mttlieh very little in direct ant UutgHnc results and even if we do not meet with the sueoeos that we anticipate the work that we do fir Ms OMiee will not be lost One cannot Mari the grad and beautiful MOM that are embodied1 in the A S of I movement without those Ideas willt take root and grow and develop Therefore follow farmers be ono couraged that every time we spook and every time we write of the plant and objects of the society we arc sowing good seed Once the Idea gets abroad Iin a community it will work out in time The success of this movement ReaM more for the rural mUles for other classes for legitimate businoM in foot for all humanity than anything ever before thought of or aUompetl except the ChrilltcaD religion laudy it daily esrefally and attentively and you will1 agree with this statement Then how true we ought to be to our rindples i how careful we should be to fulfil every promise we make t how watchful we should be to engage in enterprises that do net secure ntfchboralalMiselves Fulton County Court Fulton County Court convened Monday at the Court Mouse Not a groat deal of buiinos was transact ed The following men were appointed to serve on the Fulton County Board of SNporvieiors for the ensuing year W P Felts J F Clemmons RE Kelley J C Lawson K C Cater j S PerryB a aselgnee of the Illson Mercantile Co Several claims were allowed 11111 some property was sold by Master j Commissioner Milner Lee Line Wharf Robbed Tuesday night robbers broke open I the window of the Lee Line wharf Rotenllaontsecured the wearing apparel belong lag to Cowgill together with eighteen sacks of flour- Bloodhounds took the scent and tracked to the waters edge about a quarter of a mile belew where it appeared from tracks that three men and a woman were the thieves This Is as tar of course as the scent could be traced Carnival this week Postmaster J T Stephens was at Reelfoot Lake this week Our Carrier on Route Four came out Monday morning arrayed in a new government carriers uniform and his friends said he looked just like Uncle Sam The Clarksville Tenn gun club arrived in Hickman Saturday on a special train and went to Reelfoot Lake for an outing There were eighteen in the ot mpany- L P Ellison is In St Louis this week buying holiday goods Mr Ellison will make a selection of goods that will far eclipse anything eve brought to Hiekman before Commissioner Jas R Milner t Fulton was in town this week at tending county court Jim is pos Gelled of that smile that wont wear off as is arrays the case with him ami be U1 M Jovial as ever DO IT NOW i Dont put off the buying of your winter apparel Get it now and get the good of it There are three things that you should attend to today ShoesRubbers f Underwear We have the best stock of them in Hickman Friday and Saturday will be our Special Days on these goods More quality and lessprice will be our motto Be sure you come to i Bradley Parham II Right 77 Season I Sausage Mills Lard Cans and Butcher Knives f SCISSORS and SHEARS I POCKET KNIVES And Razors Axes Hammers Hatchets Saws Coal Buckets Shovels Tongs Pokers i Stove Boards cII Our Motto THE I BESTII Hiekman Hdw Co Inc tM rr Y rt R I All tho newest styles will bo included in this Special Offering weeks find to kuup up tho inoronso month our second 83 Ilonost iqimro arrays doing stow Feeds His Horse Before he Rises the Morning The following will bs quite an in teresting narration in which is cerned friend and former Circuit Judge J E Robbins of Mayfteld J E Robbins aa attorney of this city has constructed at his home on Sixth street an electric appatl r by he is enabled to feed his mart before he arises in the morning or when be is away from home His stable is about 75 feetI from the house and he has structed a trough in he planI corn hay and oats and the apparatus is connected to an electric clock placed in room At before be sets the clock ascI one an ordinary alarm clock for whatever hour he desires hisI mate fed At the time set the electric clock makes the connection and the lid of the is permitting his mare toI obtain her breakfast When it was first installed mare did not know just when her breakfast ready so in order to obviate any such dillII cully Mr Robbins also connectedI his phonograph with the mechanism of the trough and placed out of reach of dust and dirt and after that when the eclectric clock mde the connection besides opening the trough it also the phonogra playing a specially prepared calling the mare into the stable Soon however she learned the of the opener and the phonogra P was dispensed with Mr Robbins uses this apparat i when he Is called out of town early in the morning be left Mayfield on the early oclock train for Fulton 22 south Before leaving home however he his electric clock and made the necessary connectionsI and after he arrived in Fulton and vas slUIng at the breakfast table Ltly the the electrical apparatus at home in Mayfield fed ma without the aid or of any J11itr 1 l 11e r41 A J J Sincerity Suit Specials This and Next Week next week will offer the greatest Clothing Specials in this state We have just received THISand and somewhat belated shipment which we will place on our tables Now that it is here ready for business want to say that it is the finest assortment ever placed before the discriminating buyers of this city and for this anticipate a greater run on this lot of new styles than has been experienced for many a day Dont miss this splendid opportunity t1 Suits and Overcoats Dress Goods The sues from 34 to 43 and the fabric embraces all theQut dress goads departsaeal Is oemplelc We have the desirable woolens of the best Amerionn looms We have colieQtkod In the atty wjoIlevea Others front Wc tt 14 Sincerity suits worth S250Q 14YMl9bOnt iI11Ufd wanting silk per y hal0lSU69 Sincerity suits worth 3850 ov lt74OnII 0 Tic It 300 Sincerity wits new ISM OrSincerity strife worth 174finciw 1t9S- Speolal lot of all wool bjaok suit stzes Rort r41Shoes Shoesnow 7 SO 4l We bave the largest stook of shoes we have Vcr had fork rush We carry la stook these brands t rDont Buy That OvercoatStagp d ms1toS6 JJO an4 S400 Until See Our LineBateThe best line of ladles shies Lout week we tthe agency Overcoats for men at special this week and next of the American Girl shoes best sbtes matte fir SSW and S3 199Wgk fjrDont forgot to attend this and next SPECIALS Youll thing inducing and interesting We want in our II this year Our first year increased our business per coat us compared with our fimt your dealing aooomplislud t us You will find us business on this plan and you will always find Batinfaction in trailing at thiH tho growing in thiM IUIFEH BROS DRY GOODS COMPANY Hickman Ky 43 HICKMANS FASTEST GROWING STORE g Hickman Ky in con our South rratus which con which his night would noiselessly troug raised his was set record click frequently Recently ml set hotel his his knowledge we and we reason we run othersrest worth 9600 all r JOQ You in his other person whatever This appa ratus is in daily use and any one calling at his home may see it for himself We suggest that Kentucky send aIdelegation of her statesmen to WIII consin to And out how they do things up thtre Report has it Wso Mtados sot owe a dollar has two million dollars In her treas ury and the taxes will be remitted for a whole year The statesman that keeps the money ta Ute pockets of the people Is the states manship that counts Honesty skill brains and patriotism must be on guard in the Badger state When the tip ofa degs nose 1 is cold and moist that dog IIs not side A feverish dry nose means sickness with a dog And so with the hUe man lips Dry cracked and color less lips mean feverishness and are havhe pink lips ape ply at bedtime a coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve It will soften and heal any skin ailment Get free trial box at our store and be convinced Large nickel capped glass jars 25 DentsAll dealers The threeyearold child of Mr and Mrs Williams left alone in droom at Huntingdon Tenn into an open fireplace and was to death PhThe returns in Tennessee indicated that at least 75000 white voters neglected to go to the polls hAttention Hog Raisers usPure bred Poland China pigs 5 and 6 months Extra fine Both sex farm 4 miles north Union Ctt 4on Mt Zion and Union City Road ISWrite or call Will P Noah R 4 Union City Tenn forIcoal and same has not been prompt delivered telephone your com plaints to no 48 Ice Factory office CorcOur work wins trade The K I A A New cases on the Fulton Circuit Court Docket Since the last term of Circuit Court the following cases have been filed with Circuit Clerk Morris for the ooming or January torso of the Fulton County CIcuIt Court Ola Johnson vs W T JOCMOM suit for divorce Ed Blanton vs Blanlon for divorce Mrs M E Carver vs Arch T Carver suit for divorce Mrs Jennie McClure vs Lou Harper et aluit on nal- eIab lHbuhaw vs W B Hinshaw suit for divorce R T Morris vs Mrs M A Morris suil for divorce John Butler vs Lizzie Italics suit for divorce Len Routen vs Hollle Routen sut for divorce W A Dodds vs W 0 Graddock suit on note CaGroves et atsult on occount W A Greer vs D A Luten appeal from quarterly cNurt suit for settlement of rentals Hempd TayloIsuit on note- MaggieGiles vs Modem Wood men of America suit for payment of claim of 1000 If you want help if you have for youhaveI t inLI Iyt one cent a word and brjngs results Try it and be con vincedAdministrators Notice All creditors ot the estate of C P McClellan are hereby notified the all mutbeclaims t provenonor barredKAdmr I T Contractor Sues MayfieldiI Christian Church I W L Brainard aPaducah archil tees through D G Parks j has filed a suit in circuit court la Graves county vs Eld Roger Dark R 0 Hester and H A Hale ofII the building committee ef the ae Christian church for 225 which the plaintiff alleges is due him on an alleged contract for furnishing plan for the building of the new church The plaintiff further says that he was to be paid for his services whether his plans were accepted or not Mayfield Messenger If You Get Beat Twice Blame Yourself lOIn an attempt to divert suspicion from himself the pickpocket join iin the throng arse calls Stop thief I as loudly as anyone Look through the mail order catalogue and you will find that practically all of them will tell you that they are the cheap est place to buy that they have the best facilities They will intimate that the other fellow is the one to avoid if you do not want to get skinned that it is the other fellow that handles the trash When a dog bites you the firstt time blame the dog If he bites you again blame yourself If the mall order house gets the best of you once blame them If they do it again blame yourself for giving them the opportunity I If there is one logical reason why you should patronize out of town merchants there are a hundred rea sous why you should give your home merchant the preference Commissioner Milner told Mo day in County Court to the bight and best bidder the three lots of the Knoerr property on the Baltzer Hill Mtl bids were made on the properly I What does Shaw Bettersworth I tell Go and see I gyre Moro nTiIrt fastest retiring Maggie attorney How People Get Rich Have you ever stopped to think how mush mooty have and how they get it 1 Do you knew kow hl Pick any of these mrn and in each title yew will hi years ago they learned bow to make a little money ofwork and new they haye big Incomes Why dont you ds the same 7 There Is MI use II get rich by plaoiogs in a bank where you will dIyear No man ever did Have you ever stoppeo r the money you have that you could In afew goats icapital and be a rlah maw 1 Will you let me tell yo YOUR OPPORTUNITY I have one of the boat Concrete Machines on tr machine that will supply the greatest necessity knowing world The demand for these machines is inctn rt that I must have more capital to handle the businr purpose I am incorporating a company The capita or 300000 divided into shares of 10 each You stock now at Slp a sharein a few years it will br w MY GUARANTEE I will guarantee you 2S per cent on every dollar y J should you be dissatisfied at any time I will buy bark as the purchase price of 510 a share If you come in wit you will have to be quick about it You cAn buy tL Iz cash or on the installment plan Address all correspor make all remittances to HENDERSONaP O Box 105 Nashville Tennessee Try the Couriers Went Colum t r r ew Facts About WilliamI Randolph Heant- n Francisco in 63 rem Harvard in 1886 nt big dally newspapers hteigo San FrancisK e Angeles KWOOOln his newspa suds that amount In pub BUy nugftJtnc that cost a dollars a farm paper A devoted to motoring d two terms in congress t member spent but one lunar the last session l four thousand people on v and over ten thousand r ladireetly in his service e men a oemblncd salary the exact turn2 a year government for members M ron wan Arthur Bri hief eeMtorial writer a sOOO a yearS- ISOOOO lit an effort to tKMl Demowatto ticket i rsdeteptersi 000 III Mt case far- ev Yexk CUr a Hi pre Woo dotkn IN Ms race rrUA ist a araxee and f well 1Mt toLIe free i up all HgM peraeoally k s ssoi n onl depart pofon He gives the tier tko same respect lit greatest teen K aeh Ills em awi true H I t MWS and has gars for a sin toIte spends yet Ms fortune gal department rusit at a nit Ir In addition y rk wal trust nit t T wfci dWnt have g bw afterward U4f a bey three meal inahes mintng- id Milt terras = M homes tn New- Fraudsll anil Southern Assignees Notice ta ippjlnted as assignee itldo k is my duty to bu AM the saW firm tin owing or holding M some are MtMod to or bttorc Deo 8 1906 oettegeIH all Thrclkcld Route Five fce wsMt to Union City 1ir MNKlng quails a great r CoJJ tk itcrof nearMarUn uerc 1rk Brewer was transacting re Thursday J Mrc soot Creen andI t Snwlay In this vlalnlty- aw tony gathering cornI GlUM this weekII T Taught and family Y M Shepherd neighbor r tre skew and daughter spent Saturday and Sun oy o Ojfcumand children ofr apel Is spending the week yes here c1I Mrs Robert Irvine of rrnt Monday night with- iuwerd and family crowd attended the debaters school house Saturday ftwsea the teacher Mr Stiller and Harry Patch ers Band received a new Jt Monday whlck represents e sum of S105 they now rVimptete set of liver plated = nli These boyi have spent rrany dollars this last year rfinents and everyone should age them by attending their Itrt on Thanksgiving night it A Carnival Qf LlUJ A lowering of prices on lines now in request just the goods now receiving your attentionan offering for your early choosing They are right the standard for excellencethe quality sort Our Holiday Rockers are arriving every day and each day brings forth new values for the rail buyers We call your special attention to our Sewing Machines We handle the Light Running New Home Also a full line of cheap machines all made by the New Home Co and using New Home needles and attachments We have a large line of Comforts and Pillows and can save you money on these goods Hickman Furniture Co Incorporated A Petition in Advance hoar Santa Claus pray dont reprove And say I like good taste Because I write so early and la such unseemly haste The fact Is Santa I would like To send my list to you And let you know past what I want Before a flood is due Of totters from all sorts of chaps And people large and small Who think that Christmas time ta just The finest ol them all But to begin 1 I do not care For jewelry or books anything that people wear To help improve their looks Ho sliver match safes please for me No pipes or smoklng jars No works on art or bricabrac No two forfive cigars No handkerchiefs or pocketknives No stylish linen collars For all I want dear Santa Claus Is just a million dollars A meeting of stockholders of the West Tennessee Fair Association gas held last week and the annual election resulted as follows W C Farts president Goo Hardy first vice presidcnl Dr F M McRee third vice president Directors Sam Wade Bob Wade Bob Tyler M S Marshall Tom Reynolds J P Vcrhine H DietzelGeo Dahnke Chas Alexander and H P Moss Woodland Mills Items Mrs H L Curlln was in Iflckraan SaturdayMrs Belt is visiting her son In Plggot Ark Ie Mrs 0 W Belt is visiting her sister Mrs D A Rice herCWe are glad to note that MttCarrie Burrus Is improving MlssSadte Fry spent Saturday sad Sunday with friends in Rives Miss Mary Burros voted MCI Ilanny D Btaisfldd Saturday night Mr and Mrs Gee Baird were the guests of Mrs H 1 Curltn Sun dayMr and Mrs S B Burros wore the guests of Mrs G B BrassJkW Sunday Mrs D T Davidson and daughter visited relatives here Saturday and SundayII Mrs Chas Dell from Mound City Is visiting her father Dr Wesley Alexander Miss Maggie Lee Rice and hazel Johnson JvisiteU relatives hue Sat urday and SundayIAfter a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs H B Thrclkeld Mss Daisy Wheeler returned to her home Sat urday in Union City I Mrs D C Rice entertained the L S C Wednesday evening Chrysanthemums were used pro fusively throughout the hall reception room and dining room All the members were present Mrs Rev Belt being the guest of honor At the usual hour refreshments consist ing of whipped cream and brandy cherries and angel food was served WANTEDFor U S army able bodied unmarried men between ages of 21 and 3 citizens of United States of good character and tem perate habits who can speak read and write English for information apply to recruiting officer 126 N Court st Memphis Tenn 23o Main It Jonesboro Ark Corintl Miss or Hickman Ky 4II Constitution of Oklahoma to be Written by Democrats kill The constitution of the state of the Oklahoma will be written by Demo cratsVernon Whiting secretary of the Republican central com mlUee concedes the Democrats the delegates while Chairman Jesse Duns of toe Democratic com mittee says there will be at least seventyeight Democrats on the floor to the convention Republican managers admit that Oklahoma proved a groat disappoint anent The unknown quantity of the he Indian Territory was a practical concession be to the Democrats but ntnen Oklahoma districts counted on bya the Repbllcan loaders wore carried by the opposition The Osage Nation elected two Democrats The Indians as a general rule voted the Democratic ticket- ALWAYS WAS SICK When a man says he always was tok troubled with a cough that lasted all winterwhat would you to think If he should sayhe never was slok since useing Ballards hore bound Syrup Such a man exists Mr J C Clark Denver Colo rado writes I For years I was I troubled with a severe cough that would last all winter This cough left me in a miserable condition I tried Ballards Horehound Syrup and have not had a sick day slice Thats what it did for meFor1- 1te by Cowgills Drug Store Helm Ellison R A Tyler of Hickman was here Monday attending a meeting of the West Tennessee Fair Association Mr Tyler was reelected a director- of the Association and there isnt a man in it who is worth more to the success of out fairs Bob Tyler has a stock farm at home with stables and track and some of the finest thoroughbred horses aud his assistance to the Association iIs therefore valuable outside of his personal interest Union City Commercial 4 A Few Facts about the Bum per Corn Crop The years crop is estimated at 2730000000 bushels If weighed it would amount to nearly 80000 000 tons If it were shuoked and thrown into piles it would take 76 of them each as high and as broad at the great pyramid of Cheops If shelled and sent to elevators it would tax to the utmost the full ca pacity of 46 centers of distribution each as great as Chicago- If put into cars each containing 1000 bushels the corn would re quire 8000 trains of thirty cars each to carry it to market Putting is two trains to the mile they would breach fifteen times across the conti nent or twice around the world at the Kansas parallel There is enough of this corn to supply every living person in the world with two bushels Even after the countrys own vast consumption Iis has been provibed for there will be enough to give every person In Rus sias vast Empire one bushel At present market prices this crop would be worth 1310400060 Allowing a decline of hOe a bushel in the price when the market becomes glutted the value of the crop at the decline would be 1092000000 an amount big enough if equally distributed to give every man woman and child in the United States 13 65 I Excitement on Clinton Street Saturday The following appeared in the News ScImitar Tuesday A negro named John Porter itnarrowly mieeed a lynching on the main business street He struck an UohnLukinterfered the negro was so Impudent that Je Ballard policeman attempted to arrest him He got ud the street a short piece and began cursing saucing and bemoaning theC officers He got so strong at this that Ballard struck him with his club The negro instantly jumped to on the officer struck him to the ground and jumping on him choked WmaBallard kept a tight hold so thef n gro could not get his knife to kill himThe people were so enraged that they rrowded around al ready to mob him and yells ofukltl him t were hoard It took the deputy sheriff and marshal to handle negro and the crowd of 300 men administered kirks and blows The town was full of cotton picking negroes who were greatly enraged and no doubt would have started trouble had the mob lynched 1 him Many fear than a mob will still attempt a lynchIngtThe above is an injustice to Hick man It is partly true but injustice the town we wish to correct it The facts are that the negro slapped Lusk and after he was arrested be j threw Ballard down and although j never choked Bollard he had to I pulled elf One man struck the i in the hood several times and excited crowd of 300 ot 400 menI followed the officers to the City Hall with him and while on the way to the jail the crowd followed and it did look for a time as though he would be taken from the officers Cries of kill him were made It is notI thought the negroes would have been foolish enough to have started trouble No fear was tell after he was gotten jail of hie being lynched for the excitement died down and he was released Mon lay morning Lanforn Rannle Groaariastlardware F esh1 Keatsl anci Fead Store nil CHASE 4 SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS e4 +O iCity a Raised By Assessor Notice is given that the values of realestate have been advanced thirty per cent by the City Assessor The transfers of property as shown by the records and as compared with assessments for the past five years has advanced intthat proportion The tax rate of the city is 125 which the Board of Trusteesii found necessary to meet accrueing interest on bonds street improve tnd such other expenses as are found necessary to meet current demands during the fiscal year this a very high tax rate and makes a showing to outside capital seek ing investment in the city By rais- Ing t the assessment it is hoped that the rate will be relatively lowered greaternot leave the Impression that the city tax ridden Should the Board of Equalization not agree with the Assessor in this matter or should the Trustees not deem it expedient to lower this exhorbltant tax rate properties can be placed on the tax books at the old rates with ths exception of properties that have been assessed too low heretofore and have been brought up to a proportionate value with other property in the immediate vicinity With this explanation the matter is left to the citizens of Hickman for consideration hoping they may caucus in the wisdom of the measure John A McClure City Assessor Endorsed by all usersthe sweets the K K The hottest election in Fulton was for councilmen the cow law being the issue Cbowning Hubtard and Browder were elected by a big majority they being in favor of the ordinance BE CHARITABLE your horses as well as to yourself You need not suffer from pains of sort your horses need not suf Try a bottle cf Ballards Snow Liniment it uurc nil pain j M Roberts Bakersfield Mo writes III have used your Liniment for ten years and find it to be the best I have ever used for man or beast For sale by Cowgllls Drug Store Helm Ellison The wish to be a white man intt stead ot a negro operated so strongly on Sylvester Robinson a mulatto at Owensboro Ky that he fired a- three shots into his breast in an attempt to commit suicide Although- one of the bullets touched the heart Robinson has remained conscious and made the statement that he pre ferred death to the prospect of being Cforced all his life to associate with negroes Twelve hours after wound ing himself he begged to be given a pistol that he might finish the work I of self destnctton No need to be saving with coal when you can get it at the price madeby the Hickman Ice and Coal Co Read their ad in this issue Telephone no 48 n 4 T F Renton Contracting and Hauling AnythingAnywhere AnywhereAny time Telephone 50 STEVE STA13R LIVERY FEED and SALE STAin Splendid service at ressonahh prices Phone JNo 10- 4ar HEARSE 500 Ai iiA j rt i Do You Eat 3 TbtnVou Want the IIUSTI UVYMOrv 1 1 AH 1 1 I have purchased L D Perrys Restaurant and ask my ritnds to call and see me Lunches of all kinds at any hours11O regular meals FRESH OYSTERS served in any style whoa In season Dinner 1130 to 100 t Full line of Confections Cigars c Luther Wataoa tb Meet Your riendsi lie LAUDERDALFS I 9TONSORIALI I Best in Hickman Hot and fr tcold baths electric lights ff and fans hydraulic chairs 4and everything for comforta tCUnt St nicknaa Sy to Caruthers tNext A M Cash Book Store ttpleuJicl Selection NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c Call and see our Stock Eveiy thing up to Jate MARY REIIBSDRB fc C- oB T DA VIS glttotiwjj3 ut gaw Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford tt Randles store- HJCKUAX KBXTUCKY J Your LraandiY should have its Just share of your attention If you are particular about your drew i appeararoe let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry TuesdayKennedy Corum 9tenep at HIm + UUen Rinnan Furniture Co INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 Dr S K Davidson DENTIST 0 fire over- Oowuills 1 rug Store Hickman Kentucky 1 Tinning PlllllMll I have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber nnd solicit your patronage In Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of all kinds ALL WORK FIRST CLASS Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished Kyip f +4t9 I I ++++ 44 +4 It I I I I I HOME CIRCLE COLUMN I 11I I r I I t I I I +I I ++++I Discontent Is the peg In your shot that hurts wornenslmUe Is the little poem we And In the prose of life If everyone was as good AS they thrnk their neighbors ought to be what a splendid world this would be When at eve at the bounding of the landscape the heavens appear to recline so slowly on the earth imagination pictures beyond the horizon an asylum of hope a native land of love and nature seems silent ly to repeat that man is immortal Toward the cheerful home the children gather as douds and as dnves to their windows white from the home whloh is the abode of discontentment strife and trouble they fly forth ss vultures to rend their prey The class of men who disturb and distress the world are not those born and nurtured amid the hallowed infiuanec of Christian homes but rather those whose earth Ily life has been a scene of trouble and vexation who have startrd wrong in the pilgrimage and whose course is one of disaster tt them selves and trouble to those around them A single bitter word may disquiet an entire family for a whole day One surly glance casts a gloom over the household while a smile like a gem of sunshine may light up the darkest and weariest hours Like unexpected lowers which spring up aloof our path full of freshness fragrance and btauty do kind words and gentle acts and sweet dispositions make glad the home where peace and blessing dwell No matter hew fumble the abode if it be thus garnished with grace and sweetened with kindness and smiles the heart will turn lovingly toward it from all the tumult of the world and it wm be the dearest spot beneath thr circuit of the sun And the in gflencs of home perpetuate them solver For a good every day household angel give us the woman who laughs Her biscuits may not always be jus right and she may occasionally burn her bread and forget to d dislocated buttons but for soli comfort all day aad every day she is a very paragon Home is not a battle hell nor life one long unending row The trick of always see ing the bright side of shining up th dark one is a very important faculty one of the thinge no woman should be without We are not all bornI with sunshine in our hearts as the Irish prettily phrase it but we canI cultivate a cheerful sense of humor if we only try A home that Is not a home is a school of vice Domestic love lead to all noble virtures but discord or coldness in the home genders sel fishness and badness DespotismI in the family is the most common I and worst in all the earth Family government Is not parental tyranny Government is good loving cordial helpful Joyous Ijs yoke easy and burden light but parental tyranny Is harsh exacting cruel discour aging and gendereth meanness W have fairs to improve mechanism stock farming and fine arts measures to improve homes are thousand times more important Here is where the right kind of men I are made It is uncomfortably true that then is almost as much distress of mind in the anticipation as in the reali nation About half of our unhappy days are occasioned by our lookin forward to the unhappiness of the other half Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof We need never take another jot on credit In borrowin trouble natural laws are reversed mere molehills of annoyance become mountains when viewed at a distance ahead Some persons never take r With Its SECURITY To Depositors of 7flSO X Capital and Surplus With The ASSURANCE That eve y reasonable rf qulrsment can be met With its unexcelled facilities With Its RECORD For safe and conservative management in the past that promise such in the future THE HICKMAN BANK offers itt customers a service that is second to none actual oomfort In tranquil tunes the dread of a coming change is always in the way of their enjoyment- If we take things as they come we shall usually dad they are ranch better than we have any right to ex poet Our anticipatory flag may have ben inviting compassion and Maging patches ot darkness owr many a bright scene for months only loW that we have been guilty l of needlessly we might say criminally robbing oumlws and others t the happiness rightfully belonging to us and to them- BorrowhtgII trouble is sometimes cnly another name selfishness for the one borrowing trouble is seldon satisfied unless all within his or her influence are inveigled Into the toil It is holding a dangerous serpent m our heart which grows with what it feeds upon It Is sinful for it iis an abiding distrust of Gods good nessSeme writer has given us thought In seasoned firewood put away for winter use Is stored our sunshine fir the dark days that are corning When sombre clouds hide the ten light of heaven from us and the cold winds sweep a landscape that Is drear and naked it is to our firesides that we turn for warmth and light wetshould not forget the dark days that provldedseasoned firewood When our lives are bright and prosperous let us sometimes think of the dark days tool must come memoryetreasure some of the sunshine that now surrounds us to cheer the days warmthIThoughts of the happy past with its tbeIgloom from nourJ that otherwise will be dark for The memory of things precious keepelh warm the heart that once did hold them II comesthe year arid all Is gay and dismal outof beIbrightest and the outer world as pleasing as possible Let the stored sunshine of our firewood that leaps cheerfully up the chimney llle augmented out of the superabundance that has been given us in the summertime of life Though the leadeneclouds or the shadow of sorrow we may dispel the gloom by stored sun NatureLTHERES NO USE forthehumanityIfcomplaintcyour liver and Herbine will put it in its proper condition A posi live cure for Constipation Bilious agyou will never use anything elseForsale by Cowgills Drug Store Helm it Ellison Drowngcounty were married Sunday Rev Blackman officiating I Miss Mattie Travis spent Sunday with friends in Union City Hickman Merchants Letting Opportunities Pass Our merchants are evidently asleep to the fact that they arc every day losing trade that justly belongs here and is everyday taken to New Madrid Mo Why Be awe they are not taking advantage of an opportunity that is not only theirs but knocks at their doors Who ein does this opportunity lie Well there is an abundance of trade at Three States Mabel and all slag the river between here and New Madrid that would come here in preference to going to New Madrid if the merchants would offer the right kind of inducements How doe know this The proprietor of the LaMoore the Oat that plies be tween Hickman and New Madrid making three trips a week tells us that he takes people to New Madrid from those places on every tripwho admit to him that they would trade at Hickman but for the fact that New Madrid merchants are constant ly offering Inducements to the trade which afford opportunities that arc tat available in Hickman The New Madrid merchants realize the true situation and awn themselves of the opportunity It affords them hence they make Inducements which Hlokraun merchants do not and note the result Now this to no ad vertltement for the Helen C La Moore neither has the proprietor anything lode rith this article we merely wish to OBit the attention of our merchants to an existing fact which we truly believe they have not given any consideration hereto fore and trust that they will see the need of action and govern them selves accordingly in the future THBRE IS NO REASON why vcur baby should be thin and fretful during the night Worms are the cause of thin sickly babes i lit It natural that a healthy baby should be fat and sleep well If i your baby does not retain its food dont experiment with colic cures and ether medtoiae but try a bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and you will soon see your baby have color and laugh as it shouldFar sale by CowgNIs Drug Store Helm Hilton We suppose that the Union City jewelers Bransfonl Andrews are preparing loran enormous Christmas trade They have contracted withes foi the top halt of one of our local pages for the four weeks pre view to Christmas When you see a buisneM man reserve special space for weeks ahead of time you may know to a dead natal certainty that he has something worth buying ami that he U going to make the price just right Watch over ftfth page the four weeks previous to Chrl+taw beginning Friday Nov JO MorrissledMrs at her home in Fulton last week Mrs Morris was one of Pollens test known and rarest bolowomon She was the wife of N B Morris Piles quickly and postlvely cured with Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Its made for PUs aloneand it does the work surely and with sat protrudIngmagic by its use Large Nickel Capped glass jars 50 cents Sold and recommended by all dealers The grand jury at Lexington Thursday was instructed to make an investigation of the disorderly con duct of the students at the State College on Halloween night when several patrolmen were Injured by rocks thrown by the boys and indict ments for felony charges arc ex pected I S Callahan and Miss Gertrude Davis were married in Fulton Sun day Both are prominent people W A HInshaw one of the coun tys extensive planters was here Tuesday While Mr HInshaw lives at Hickman Ky he has large land Interests in this county East Prairie Eagle Mrs E R Gibbs and baby Hope SaturdayMrsbedside of her brother J H Kirk TyphoidPneumoniawas greatly improvedEast Prairie Eagle ucjW Ir For Emergencies at HomeI for the Stock on the Farm Sloaivs Lil melt Is eiwhole medicine chestt Price 25c 50c 6 100 Send for Free Booklet on HorsosClllcHot ft w Address Dr Earl S Sloan Boston hSss J LUMBER nd Bui1Q tg thriafk- 1t carry our Iluott III t doors UmB ruotltlj etc SpQot111orf our hoiYbya We Both Lose Money if You 1 IWtt Buy Your Lumber of L Dont tomtit to tat us ftguif on your net tank pnqos to mnku tradw IItR up t Hickman Lumber Planning Mill C- aWszic SHe ITS ColdcoldTOtTLL lczzD Coaicoa 0 o We Quote 4 Kentucky Straight Lump 340 per 2000 pounds delivered PitUburg Medium Lump 308 per 2000 pounds delivered Pittsburg Straight Lump 425 per 2000 pounds delivered Telephone your order to No 48 Ice It actor Office and they will receive prompt attention We positively handle the very beat grates of Pitta burg and Kentucky Coal and give 2000 pounds to tonHickman Ice Coal Co HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor lo B C Ran Marble and Granit- eMonuments I CURBING STONE WORK of Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTl hY- rr Better Printing For Less Mont y THE COURIER = = JIt X=Y