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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tissirn I r 0tIs f itsAI u AAi IiIiQ I iTHE HIeKM1N COURIER Turn ttot Pnllt She Cantnuetil Uigon up the Hill of SUCCBM The Curter hs a Sptnktn rood Teem Crease the of Your Wagon Old Man and Lots Hitch Uf ftfwxjijxrnrvr ruTjxnjxruxruxfu r V IJrIlTI bcntrruoHICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30 1906JBTADLIBB l9 IlD Jn imt t Days Are Here I Iv IvShoe honest that will withstand the cold and wet the winter months and pay for them we sell those kind of shoes Thats why our shoe business is growing the finest to the cheapest to be of solid leather well made stylish and servicable Your Winter Shoes HERE and You Will Be Satisfied I MISSES and CHILDRENS Shoes We have here one of the strongest and roost complete lines ef Mine and Chll area States ever shewn and offer It to yen with our atrongoit rMamttieMialtef- In MlWM flat shoos we pry strong MUM In rid ami patent alt blechors bottom styles lew crest and patent tip Price 150 to 2 t boot sMcs we have tile hoavyyeti wd box coif leather hoary wle rowHvm a blacker I4es Yee cannot hid bet rtheiMMtey Prttee 125 to 175 stew rites 8 te 12 12 WIt kangaroo f sin ole sole ask M and Meeker style spring rto Prime 75c to 150 Child And Infants Shoe made spedul ctfoitt to make this Hne r and CaR supply you with anytbfog yam r we to i2i andPolishes I PolishesAreNfl- en and preserve art loath erg Underwear for Men Women Children UALITItS MODBRATKLY PRICED 01 s jerK ribbed ieo c line vests pants aIM 1 two grotto itch an excellent value am 1350 rTi Mtcral aetar vests pants and union suits Tdec plant ribbed silk taped awl pearl1 Per garisst60oand SOc t 11 earn sails vests and pants made of fine ton or wMl splendid weight best quality I fnt 100 to ISO end oMUreM vests pants and union wits tiandlooec lined silk taped meek three Per gsrmasrtt 75 35and SOo uylMoc lined shirts drawers and union run ot siies price 1Su and SOc oe Underwear excellent heavy fleeced n natural eler well flniseod an cxcep at por garment SOc he Fifteenth Constitutional Amendment rcial Appeal x an gather from the- peech of Hon John in Jackson that is that all efforts to- tig the race question wy of the repeal of Mwlment arc puerile rctlcable If not I takes this view be I I ill the great men of p not been lacking rpeal of this amendI 151 all hoccvcr InI Tiling only in harden iMinty partys dcterml he part give of from ought to their Failure In from 350 500 we These lima at very Makers tf shoos we have wide range of styles show arc button Muekor In vIol box metal patent leather latest lasts The prices are 400 500 limes qf mans shoes are those at 2 50 have special attention Hoes do not think you And bettor shoes They are made both vial oalf style in hoasy weight loathers 250 300 Mens at it 75 Solid leather shoes made of dull stock solid leather ktoer soles Prices 175 and 200 The Prospoetor one of on for all outdoor workers who tie Mlle Mass shoe one give service Cut from elf 15taoh top Ml solos and practically waterproof pair GlOO WOMENS Ortr si tirtt store the farfamed Dodd bee bo Immi Mere kandsome shoes or ly gMd sktcA er satisfactory made shoes are nut to he at prim And all styles shapes loathers may be bad In Dodds 300 350 400 Womens Shoos 1 SO S3 At these two prices we skew very wide range of styles In via and patent leathers bal bfceher styles bottom There are shoes those prices show more quality and style Prices 200 250 Shoos 150 150 175 Made of either viII oalf grain moder ate price are aWe light medium weight or heavy are made of solid leather thoroughly honest through and through Price OLD LADIES SHOES Our line of ladles shoe is have everything you could Soft and calf leathers toe heel light or medium weight sole and warm lined Prices 150 175 200 nation to continue the amendment- In full and vigor Ills position is of course upon expediency not upon the principle involved for If admitted hostility we mistake not on his to this fifteenth amendment insisted South simply threw away time when seeking its repeal Is like Mr Williams nor the South In to over fight simply because thus far It not prevailed If the withdrawal citizenship negro by the nation would tend to benefit the try byamelloratlng the race then our public men not cease endeavors this end merely because their predeces sons had failed should but stir and to further and more L Ir MENS SHOES the line grades ranging to sell the Kkmhelm and Cro eUShees stand the top among the line and a ta you These bal and styles coif I and all In the very 350 Two popular selling 3 We given to these two and oati anywhere in and INK leathers in bal and bluoher and both mid light See these two unn at and Shoes and G satin and kangaroo and outer Pot ordinary wear you cannot And more serviceable stores MENS HIGH CUTS the grSatest shoos earth man a and to ton vlsaorhad skin tor Per I SHOES can Dorothy rsore thorough 1 more had any and Dorothy at and a sad and no at that and Wemenc at and box or kangaroo thus at a you to get a shoe AH good and old complete We possibly want viol box plain low and force a but that the It not general a has the coun question towards stimulate gun and and strenuous action keeping everyman on the quivlvc to take advantage of any change In conditions that offered an opening for attack And indeed there Is now just such a condition which argues in spite of Mr Williams assertion that total failure In this respect may not be charged against the great men of the South Never this present your have Northern writer of renown writers whose names are towers of strength touched upon the negro question with anything like the fair scientific and Impartial criticism that II now being given it It is sig nificant too that the more famoui of those writers have reached the same conclUsionthe conclusion en tctalned by the South namely thai negro mentality is so radically resYi i different from white mentality that simple justice to the negro requires a code of laws reguatinR his civic conduct quite different from the laws passed by white law makers for the government of the white race Thus Northern scientist have been won to view the repeal of the fifteenth amendment not only with patience but with satisfaction and as a measure to be desired not only as bencflttlng the Southern whites but as the moans of preparing the way for wiser and better government as sistance to the whole negro race Mr Williams of course knows the calibre and sentiments of the public men at Washington as well if not better than any other Southern man Ills assurance that the attitude of the great majority of Boys finest grade shoes in viol box calf and patent leathers bal and blucher styles medium weight sole Prices 250 to 300 j t ryIi1IB shoesshoes UMMmltiklftiHiMCMlfaftei8fct Tfl35c BOYS SHOES II Boys high grade shoes of box calf and vici kid heavy and light sole new fall styles all sizes and widths the bolt values that can be found prices are 225 and 250 Boys everyday School Shoes solid leather sole made of longwearing neat looking kangaroo grain stock These are some of the best shoes made at the price and we know willwear150175 Intended for hard service strictly made of kanga roo calf a loather which is soft but tough whalebone We have the shoes made in cap or plain Ue with heavy sole Prices 165 to 250 Rubber Footwear- A i complete line for men women and children in the best medium and cheaper grades of gum boots heavy and light jersey top arctics and light rubbers Bixbys Liquid Polishes Are the best for all vlcl kidand patent leathers The favorite polish for Ladles and Children Bargains in Blankets 104 Cotton Blankets white and grey good quality per pair 6Se to 125 114 heavy cotton blankets fancy borders per pair 150 to 200 10 and 114 wool blankets extra finish nicely bound blue pink borders per pair300 to 500 114 white all wool blankets extra finish pink ortt blue borders bound with silk 3 SO to 1000 Comforts covered with flowered calico filled with ClOd quality cotton at 75c to 100 Better qualities covered with silkolinelSO to 225 Lap Spreads Chase all wool plush robes in floral and animal designs well bound price 222 to 750 All wool plush robes solid effects rubber lined and exceptional values aL 350 1LiiU Mississippisr these public men forbids sensible folks from advocating a measure upon which Siuthern experience and Northern scientific theory find com mon ground for agreement must be taken as conclusive But with all due respect to everybody we submit that the reflection is net upon the advocates of this measure but upon thugs public men who insist upon their hidebound prejudice And we submit too that while prejudice is difitoilt of penetration still when a we pon Iit bring fashioned by Southern experience and Northern learn- Ing it needs only a little sharpening to cut away this prejudice with a lit lie clFcctlvencBs that will prove rath er astonishing to some who now rely upon it as tne strongest portion of their armor y AU 0 ffxln d of t before as or h h Thus the expediency in urging the repeal of the fifteenth amendment Is not so hopeless or co absurd as Mr Williams seems to think At any rate advocates of this repeal are not yet prepared to give over their efforts simply because they can se cure qualified results from state legislatures for qualified results will not suffice To do real good both to the whites and to the blacks must be federal action otherwise Ix th the races will always feel that there is hostility between the states and the uatlon upon this subject a a feeling well calculated to injure the race issue instead of bettering it Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe In the Warren Bldg iCj itt f pr i- j fir The Most Remarkable Clothing I Proposition y ever submitted to rnirlrmnr people We have told you that we have got to put the stocks of our four rooms into two rooms on January lst We cant db- d this unless we can get rid of some of our Clothing before that time andweve got to get rid of them at some price I Now then look atthese prices Then come look at the garments and wellshow you quick that we mean just what we say that our clothing stock A Must Be Closed outs il Regardless of Cost J r Choice of Any Mens Suits 1000 This includes our finest gar monts bought for this sea sons busiuesH and which Hold at 2500 2250 and oou Any Suit 1000 T T IIllItll111111I111I1I1 THE A Sof E COLUMN II II t IIIIII1II 111111 I 1I1I JAMBS H SAUWDKRS The UAlons of Fulton County meet l as follows Hickman lit and 3rd A Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and 4th Tuesday 3 m Alpntgoroery II1ndCayce lit and 3d Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets htII and 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Every one is cordially invited to atttend these meetings Farmers have you read what the papers are saying about wheat t H H Carr Co Chicago yII Nothingwhich has been given toI the public of late concerning wheat is so surprising as the details of the northwest situation published for the lust time by a trade paper of high authority at Minneapolis It shows that some of the big mills there have been forced to shutdown because after having paid 3 l2cts premium over December price the i are unable to get enough millin wheat out of the daily receipts to keep their mills going Very light marketing of spring wheat is not ale together due to inability of railroads to move the grain to market but very largely to short yields andI firmer views on the part of wheat raisers Wheat is not offered for sale in a way that permits it to move to market as in former years Today total Western receipts arc 600 000 bushels short of the same timer t last year Correspondence from Washington says Financial centers are beginning i to regard with interest the t various movements now on foot among farmers to control or rather to regulate the prices of their own products A leading financial pa per of the country in discussing these movements says Proverbially e Ametican farmer has been a poor merchant He has taken what the trade was willing to give him an always regarded himself as subject 11 Choice of An- yOvercoats 1022e Will take any Overcoat in tlift stock except Monttignno Ohm olullas Mens WOO Over coats and 1800 Overcoats Now 1000 to the openest kind of competition as seller This is a verv fair state went of the case The farmers have a been content to be producers and hue neglected the other part of their legitimate business to be traders mart may produce to the end of time but if he neglects to get a fair for what he products he will J remain poor and in one sense of the the servant of the one who buys The financial paper states J bat the movement among farmers to gel higher prices for their productsI I by studying the market and holding their crops for a price they dHmI honest ami fair is perfectly legs timate and may be even commendable j The editor might have saidL is commendable and have leftI off its qualification that it may even be Farmers Home Journal comI menting on this says That same great paper as well as nearly all th other leading papers of the country have again and again declared thatIt cornycorng mendable without putting any qualifying remark The crop of the farmer is the result of his labor aud yet for many generations he has gone to market with this product of his labor and let the first offer take fit Had working men not combined the price of labor in this and all other counties would still be a few penes a day The old law of supply and de mand cuts little figure in fixing the price of labor Union has set aside that law and made it obsolete If the law of supply and demand no longer governs in the matterof labor oan it not also be made obsolete at least to a great extent in marketing the crop of the farmer The Memphis Commercial Appeal says The importance which the country attributes to the recent session of the Farmers Union and the fact that the Federation of Labo sought an alliance with the farmer- d demonstrates conclusively that the Tnan of the plow and farm begins to r I i recognize the strength that is at his command and has found in this union medium of property handling his tremendous power And if this should prove true i if the farmer has at last fashioned a union capable of protecting his interests enough to restore to him that influence m public affairs which he used to enjoy andwhich by every law of nature and man ought to belong to him Every true statesman and every loyal j citizen in the republic will recognize in the discovery an occasion of natI ural rejoicing As a factor in theIjI progress of the United States the agricultural dais fis larger nuraerl ally thou any other i as a wealth producer it is su premc as the bear j er of the expenses of the government it is a mainstay but as a recipient of government favors it is restricted to the niggardly Inheritance of thee I step child Thus for many de cades the largest slats of American t toilers the cht wealth producers ofI the nation and the main taxpayers of the country have been contribut ring to a condition that makes life and living easy and luxurious for others receiving in return nothing but the scraps from the feast All America has come to recognize this crying in justice consequently if the farmers through their union can bring about a change benefiting their own con dition and advancing their influence in the affairs of public life all Amer lea will gladly and cheerfully make way for the new power It is a power directly in line with the fundamental principles of this country Years ago it was tricked out of its rightful heritage and the country has been visitoo with a loss of public morals and patriotism because of the usur ttpation No wonder Mr Everett says the fields are ripe for the harvest AI few months ago Uptodate Farming- r was the only paper in the country- s which upheld the farmers right to price the products of bis own labsr See how rapidly the papers arc fall Choice of Any Boys Suits agos 18 to 17Long Tents 5 00Irt r Tilts takes in our 1500 and 1250 Suit- sChoice Now 500 ling in line And now brother farmer what are you doing for the came Ate you helping us to carry the logs or lagging bank and crying cant Miss Grace Aylor The remains of Mm Grace Aylor- a former Hlokman lady but more recently of Arkansas City Ark were brought to Hkkman Saturday last for Interment in the City Come try A short time ago probably month she was a visitor here going rom here to Gloason Tons 10 visit and intending to go from there to Nashville and return to Hloktnan again before returning to her home She became sick while in Gleastn and Ras taken to the hospital at Nashville for treatment and there an operation was performed for intersusception of the bowels in whioh a part of the intestines were removed but she was not strong enough to withstand the ordeal and succumbedShe a refined and intelllcent young lady and was much liked by her many friends in Hickman and elsewhere Her brother Claude ao oompained the remains here for in terment Master Roan Lowe of Fulton Ivy aged three years the small son of William Lowe and wife while play ing in the back yard at his home tell into a pot of boiling water His little body in many places was burn ed to the bones He is still alive but little hope is entertained for his recovery The bakery and confectionery ot Dahnkes at Fulton burned Wednes day last week with a loss of 1000 At West Sunday School 230 P M Rev J L Lucas will arrive in Hickman today and will assist Bro Johnson In the Mission work in the city and sur rounding community Choice of Any Childs Suits 25oii l 1100 Suits 500 Suit 1 1Suits nil now nt onu pric Only 250 I ELLISON BROS Chapel Woodland Mills We are glad to see the sun shine once more Little Harold Rke Is very ill with scarlet fever Miss ladle Fry visited relatives In Union City Sunday Dr R N Turner has purchased the Hilly property Mrs A A Saunders Is visiting Mrs W H Saunders Mrs G B Burrus is at Union City under medical treatment Mr and Mrs H L Curlin attend ed services at Poplar Grove Sunday Miss Fannnie Dale Jrasfield was the guest of Miss Lucy Burrus Sun day Miss Lizzie Bramham was home from her school Saturday and Sun day Misses Jennie and Mary Burros visited relatives In Union City Satur day and Sunday Miss Nannie Jones will leave for Kenton Tuesday to be present at the Tnortora Hale wedding The ladies of the Methodist Aid Societywill conduct a Handkerchief Bazaar Thursday December 6th from 2 P M until 4 P Mat Mrs S M Hubbards Everybody In vited A special train of nine large ex press cars each containing an av erage ot thirty thousand pounds of FridayforThe shipments comprised five cars from Paris the others being from Lexington Winchester Richmond Carlisle and Johnson The fowls will bring from eighteen to twentysix cents per pound in the markets of the East The turkey packing and slaughtering business began there thirty years ago Subscribe for the Courier Maus eSx i Mrs Martha Bradley Mrs Bradley not s ottizen of Pulton tope z day of last week a route four near town c Friday at Rush i Mrs Bradley was in L- Eo M Bradley and o r years eld the t eny past She was a Ch 5 u but we were unable t I of the church with eyconfessed her faith HI for several months Wx suit of old age and 1rThe Courier exten t familyTheodore Roosevelt under no cironmiUn I candidate for reel Shaw It Betters groceries The Publishers Claims Sustainil UNITED STATES COURT 1 CJ the IhiUUtxra or Wbaler a rr ttw lkttwryaThretwat1r raktelietdie purpiM fir adalntntt t awl wvetvT rvqultvuwiiU 1 1 don We Ire of the opinion tieytint clrarlr stwt occurt If work that hM loren I r- heutttwtbulerrorectiesa U now alatwlel hat U i r Itod In orery detest HM I iaver iwrt alI U rimlraU J u the Urcrr end wtnrrr I- reetrtkm whkh d nanda r pliblkilofflral kitowlaUa llun r t c lbttbwufldhaaerercunteRb1It u- the inhale necdkw to a t 1o llcltoiinr In our Jtw ilUonJWill U Uc court otOMl ItAau1UJla rAwerr lull o- eraMklLt nrtAwe rttn to ITI td INTERNATIONAL DICTIONAh THE GRAND PRIZE Ilheldehratewersllwa 1lrent1ttN jTHViA e 8TAHD KBB t tppeevaienjnarenijnti asnn- n0OMERMAM U OOMu 1PtIM erss imp tIMI r 5 fr- rr rliiWl Dorct Suffera- ll nicJht lon from toothache neural is or rheumatism S1orsLiiumeftt Kills the pain quiets the nerves and induces sleep- At All dealers Prico 25c 50c bHOO Dr Earl SSIoeuv BosorMxssUSA How People Get Rich fOr ittojted M Uimk how sswch raoicy elder people ey ftt M Do you how tow ifcey get rich 1 gyp cure suss IB oftcfc cuee you win atoll that seme earted tew to sjwko a little M0 ragr 4i a vlwle lot w taey yME IMHMMI u do the MIS F Thore to assc to expecting to p H ft kMfe wtiorc yet wM draw J per soul per err dl Mtrcyo sir siepfasl b think with haw ablest psr oaet to a few pars 104 up your 4 rich MM Witt yes let me top foe how to do it 1 YOUR OPPORTUNITY the Wot Ctoeroie MaeWoM on the arkota will eepftjr KM fftatos oooteetty known to the build e dutad for tbu sacbfnt k hssrsadog ao taM morr etflMl to husrfli UN bsdooat IW this pnrOki a oeeixetar TIM flupHal took will be into eewrew of 10 escfe Yes am buyt i- heroM4 A tow years it will IK wotUi Sl00 MY GUARANTEE a IS parr eont on every etaHar ye Invest and MtWM at any tlex I wM buy bask the stock at nf of Silo a stare U tfss ace ta wiUi me ea tWe be ojefefc alMNt it Yea a by Uric stock for mtuUmottt ptiN AeMfeos all eorreofeooeoee cad rna if- JOHN HENDERSON P O Box 105 Nashville Tennessee C A RUTEiRS OAJFIEl mad I J I l I 1R iiGnsroJHT PlJRLOJRS Seasonable Fruits fresh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc I lU t foil to hoar tho IISlwotrio Piano CA RUTHIERSPHONIEBO A fIf JlAYMJCSlHttN 1CAJ4V MON lJn4 planItYQU you are the only complete line of building material builders pricesYoui w A DDDDr r11 t1i=1 Better Printing For Less Money THE COUftIEft The Official Vote of the Primary ElectionI I Alter a comparison of the voles 11MI 6 miltee the result is announced atoll ws Fur Unltcd814tel SenatorJ W C Beckbam ottTO s James B Mo majorityFor GovernorI W lager 86 115 N B Hayi SS2JJ Hagers majority JOMT For Attorney General John K Hendiick 09371 Lllhrd Car 35 827 HriHirfeics majority 33551 For Superiilendoiit of PuWle Inj i I i 56065JKW111frYIIIf ICresbaw I NtvrmaM 54072 jR C 47M Hewraans ma pritySJ3C For LlenteiMiit ConrIouth Trimole 17111 For State A 4iUr Henry M Bogworth 86274 Think of Dr Stoops Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat dtsaharges If your breath Is taut or feverish Thus slaw wMu sooUtlRg balm oon talus OH of Ifcfatyptws Thymol Menthol etc iocorporatcd Into an imported oreamlikc velvety ptlnla tuns It toothtt heals purifies cootrols Cap at our store for tree trial box Sold and rtOMunomied by alt dealers Kentucky Worth a and a Half BillionII KeMuektaM sty their is worth sore thsa the rest of the country put together All of them beHeve so aod wtty sot Hven though the Ceneus Bureau disputes it with cold figures The State of Kentucky according to the oUtcials of the COIMIM Bureau today is worth Just U274So230 Several days ago a bulletin was issued placing the total estimated wealth of the United States at the stupendous ftgute of one hundred and seven billions The billion and a half dallars fitlii would be aeooseary to put op to buy Kentucky from HIekraan to Big Saner Motados the following t Real property and Improvements SI59 247997 live stock 0148 257 farm implemenui and machinery 17682829 nwmifeolurteir raoohin cry tool and implements 30907 old 185 geld and silver cola and but not lion S41J72Ofi railroads and their etulpraent 155 772000 tela ed graph and telephone systems street railways Pullman aAd private carltit shipping canals waterworks alHltr electric light and power 597 11 I 313 1 all other property 271395 152AIIt should of course be urtderITI stood that the above are estlmoUs but the census ofldals have usedl every effort to make them as aeon frrateI Mr Rasher in explaining the statistics as those of the Unitedl States In their entirety laid specialIIj now stress upon the fact that Inllatoctthi figures were not used Necessarily man the figures by States cannot be txDr peoted to be anything like as aocu rate as those of the total country that There are too many ramlflcationi enterprises of one State extending 1in to another notably in the case of transportation All in all however the estimate given Is thought to represent very accurately the money value of everything in the Slate of Kentucky from the clothes we wear embraced InFall other to thebe value nf the biggest corporation i I the hrJTennesseeState J 223979 Indiana at 4105781739 and Alabama at 965024261a I gun i to I I Jrauh ithIA0HNT FORbtJNashville Steam Laundry None betterptFew as good and Leave Laundry at Smith Ambergs I 1 1 A hint to the wise 1 is yourChristmasappointments You know how it is Goodsfullare now ready for your inspection and approval I I Suggestions Our stock ombrncus nil that is dosirablo and nil that iis good in tho lino of jowolry Vo have n lino of Holiday gooilfl that cannot be excelled for prioo nnd quality Wlmt we offer you is certainly appropriate for Christmas living I Come in andsee this line TODAY A of in for see 5 I Stay on the Side of the Street Every once in a while we hear some ancient mourning because times are not what they teed to be He longs for the good times The good old times are what they are cracked up tfl be People happy and content but it was fotcod In those days people used to crowd around one kerosene lamp at night and to read They kept warm by a which boiled the sides next to the while the other side frosted hey got their mail once a week by stage and a dally newspaper once a month They know little that hap pined on in the world and tolled om morning until night for a mere pittance Out then well always have mourners with us Fifty years from some fellow will be longing for good old times of 1906 in luck They will toll about the great ts of the present day They may even brag about the railroad but is putting it on pretty thick The trouble with people is that as they get older their stomachs get sour and crawls in and they forget Dsnt be a mourner Get on the sunny side of life Fulton County is greater than ever beloreII Mrs Louisa Hunzlker who has visiting Mrs Dr S K David jI In Ills I A Tennessee scribe in j local wedding says the table he in the house and extended clear the barn Makes a fellow think of that naughty from hlto breakfast U S army able unmarried men between ages of 21 and 35 citizens of United States of good character and tem habits who can speak read write English for apply to recruiting officer 126 N Court st Memphis Term 236 Main st Ark Corinth Miss or UtckHM Ky DIAMONDS frbx WATCHES CUT GLASS t tNovelties TyTIrrr fine selection everything you could wish to this line Holiday Gifts You must them C G SCHLENKER Hickman Sunny Hlckmanite appeared fireplace dyspepsia liarnHighland Thursday describing expression VANTEDFor information Jonrsboro CLOCKS Face on the Cent Not an Indian How many have always thought that the head on the ordinary copper cent is that of an Indian Look again It IIs the face of a girl of 12 years Sarah Loagaore In 1835 the government offered a handsome prise for a design for the new copper coin about to be Issued James Burton Longaore was the chief en graver in the U S mint at Philadelphia and for months racked his brain for a design An Indian chief came to the mint saw the twelve yearold daughter of the engraver and playfully placed his feathered headgear on her head The effect was striking The father sketched the pretty face beneath the feathers submitted the design and won over a thousand competitors Supporting a newspaper costs a town scarcely a cent Though the paper may be well patronlitd and the business men may spend large some of money advertising the cash very quickly gets bock into the channel of trade from whence it came Nearly every cent a paper gets is spent at home and It goes to the merchants who delight in bene fitting themselves and the community by liberal advertising Boiled down reI work of building up the town is wUlMarianaIIltlu IDest goods best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw Bet tersuorth u u T P Bcnton- Uon trading nut Hauling Anything AnywhereAny time Telephone 50 Style and Beauty Hints Sent Privately by Mail F The importance of women as a newspaper reader is being recognised more and moro by the daily press Market reports politics and the q happenings of the world at large are no longer sufficient for the newspaper which goes into the home The housewife and the daughter want more than the society column for their portion and as every man knows what the women want they usually get One of the big Southern papers which is catering more and more to the women each day tis the Mem phis New Scimitar In addition to the Paris fashions and the MarionI Harland domestic science page which they recently added ta their Sunday paper they arc making a big hit a mong Southern women with club woman page This is edited week by week by one olub at avflme in Tennessee Mississippi and Arkan Has with the portrait of one of the loading members of the dub usually adorning the first page of the illus trated magazine of the same day I Now comes the announcement of a brand new feature which is sure to I hoIr publishedIIToI I Scimitar it is announcedI starts in December a correspondence School of Style and Beauty edited by two New York experts This page gives foshirn and beauty hints for everybody but the special feature is contained in the fact that questions properly addressed and accompainod by stamped and selfadd rested nestI velopes will be answered privately by mail A feature ol this sort fills a long felt want and is sure to meet with instantaneous success She always addressed him as Mr Until he took courage and Kr But now theyre wed Like a brute he has said l That he wishes to goodness hcd Mr Autumn necessities Horchoud ca 4y far Uat cold at the JC K rY v orb Ia jl It- L L J= C 0 L d I o L I Special the of the tli tenor M I Jr A THE COURIER I I I o jItI E T BELLE W CIIEEI J C SBXTOI J Edlun aN FrtpritUri ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR rr CASH IN ADVANCE n Entered at the HtcicmaH KwttiiefrT pooietHw tu neeoMi etttM limit Hatter c Friday 30 1906 A Special from Paducah says I That Justice Harian in all probability will be a candidate for the Republic an nomination for Governor of Ken tucky is vouched for by persons dose to the thron and it it given out on authority thin a Fed eral employe Iis now in the State sizing upithe situation in behalf of Justice Hat Jan giving particular heed to the makeup of the remainder of the ticket This same autarky has it that Justice Harian has lonf entertained the ambition of rounding out of his career as Chief Executive of the He now may at any time ask to be retired on half pay It te stated that within throe weeks it will be positively announced whether or net he will make the race We are in receipt of numbers onci two and three of the Critic published at Mo and edited by C N Walker The- ypaper is already enjoytog a good advertising patronage and will OC doubt be a credit to the town The I new paper is an eight pegs one awl well filled with local news We wish the Critic I a John Sharp in a speech it Wathall Mies declared that Gv Vardaroan was a monomaniac en the negro question and not in accord with sentiment ofI the South IrLAndthe opinion of the public is now we at be The State has passed on the 24000 claim of the Globe of Louisville for teachers reg Wen and trustees books thY year ending it to Sl704 far the work Dr A D James who was elected to congress In the Third District is W of at ink bents in Prated Ky CIThe Private Robert Tyler of the held their regular monthly Tues day afternoon the 13th edit Mrs Jno S DUkm Hullo other busirmu the annual election of oAotrs took platte Most of the old ofkoafB retiring having tined the limit two years allowed by the The wen elected for the coming year Mios Marie Brovard Preaideat Mrs H P lemley let Vise PreeWent reelected Mrs Tic Dinon 2nd Vice Dodds4seejdtagSearMary Mlle Light Paris Mrs Jive S Dillon Mrs Maggie Randle Historian The are very en thusiastic In their work and hope to aeoo pHeh muck during the next ear They are most anxious to be to begin the erection of their Memorial Arch at the gateway of the City everyone Ia town should be interested in as it win be an ornament to our beauti fad City of the Dead and should be pride of the town They want to it in the near future that the old boys who wore the gray may see and enjoy it ere they cross over the river to rest uuder the shade of Bowden is home from a weeks visit in o I 1 w SANTA CLAUS HAS ARRIVED AT vf ELLISONSw I tell you it is an contains ojl A Everything For the Little r Everything For the Growmt lt Opened Up Is on Dispa JCOME EARLY SELECTIONS Ii + T J EVERY Christmas will Musical Concerts the store half will furnished by the famous Sousas Arthur Pryor Georgia Mm and greatest singers ageMadame SchumannHeinck Madame Homer Ellison Van Hoosen andothers It Is Worth Tour While ELLISON EROSI HIGKMAN Commonwealth PortagcvlMe Portagevflle IUcceICongressman Printing Commission Printing Company printing stteirioutod pneumonia Chapter Dangnters moating following Pres4doutMks Secretary Treasurer Daughters Cemetery something complete trees- Clarence Mississippi HAS LEFT HIS PACK t- And enormous and Ones Ups has Been and Now from until have every IIhour Band Band strels Louise great CcNovember unquestionable Williamsc Contadoracy Corresponding AND pack FOR DAY Music oifMibaUon Son Tells Tragic Story of his Fathers Death The tragic death of J Handy I Moore and Dr J H White near Charleston Mo lost Tuesday morning ie related by the little 12 yearold son of Mr Moore in hit testimony before the coroners jury ufOu I live at Charleston Mo I think I left Gborbstou yesterday tile 19th November about 260 or 2tO p m J H Moore and Dr White were with me We came from CharieetOH I dont knew what time we pond Whiting I went to WlMhrtlle with them We asked at a house before we got to a saw mill the way to Kelly Berbers we wore going there to And out where the hunting party was We wore going down the rail road aad a boy behind bra told us to hurry the tnfin was coming Our team started to run and breke the single tre We started again and wont to a place and had our buggy Axed just past the last house on the school house road Dr White be gun to let his lines loose and I asked Htm to lot me drive and he said Who are you l I told him and he knocked me out of the buggy I led the teats around the oorner and the buggy was in the ditch I then looked around and my father had fallen out of the buggy I went back and tried to get father up but couldnt and I put something under his head They were drinking I think they brought it from Charleston They were drinking from a bottle There JI was no quarreling between father and Dr White bat thty seemed to be I whikeyII found out this morning that my father was dead I spent a good deal of time trying to get papa and Dr White up I got Dr White up but he tell down and I couldnt eetII e him to papa He told me it I could get htm to the buggy he wwW go and get papa op We weft both in the bum and Iwent to sleep Whet I woke up I Mend Dr White had fallen out of the buggy and bin overalls caught on the stirrup III ran back to papa and found Goad It was after dark when this last occurrence took place When I toW Dr White this morning that papa was dead he said it WM a damn good tiring I tried to got Dr White from under the buggy so I could drive to a neighboring house but he would at kick me whoa I tried to get him I did not we his drink ertake anything but whiskeyI I drove up to thehouse and told them to send Joe Moore werd and telephone mamma I dont know what time Dr White died After I left father dead and Dr White alone I dU not see them again until I arrived at Whttting No need to be saving with coal when you can get It at the prior made by the Hiekman lae and Coal Co Read their ad In this issue Telephone no 48 If You- Would See a Smoker Smile smokinglriend stock at Christmas time They will have double reason to smile for theyll receive a practical gift and they will get the right sort of goods if they come from here Helm fr Ellison L Dorena Item Mr J G fluff of Annlston was down ltest week The snow we had last work was quite a surprise Mrs Sicrta lull U at Medley this wick sewing Untie Burtta FMtellii on the sic list at this writing Mr Guy Hall visited relatives at1 Hatewol Ky tact week Mr North Alexander ii the of a big girl barn Sunday Joelta Byassec entertained a sum ber of her friends Sunday Mr J T Crow and wife are very stole but arc recovering s4ory Miss Marietta Pbwike went 1 Htokman Sunday to attend church Mrs Upton and family was the guest of Mrs J D Plokelt Sunday Mr WfH Hbihaw of Hiokman was over here last week on business Mr Guy Han was the gnat o Miss Carmen Crawford awhile Sun dayMrs B C White was on the sin list last week but is better at this writingMrs Lola Plokettof HIckman was over last week visiting her mother Mrs Byassec There Is very much uneasiness among the farmers on account of the high stage of the river Several days rain has been quite a hindrance to the farmers in- gathering their corn and cotton Mr O T Aydelott returned home Monday from New Mexico where he has been prospecting for a new home We are glad to see Mr J W McCarthla out again who has beenI bothered with blood poison for thett past two weeks I There was no Sunday School Sunday on account of the bad day and muddy roads There will be Suntt day School next Sunday if the weath er permits L I Young Lady Here Iis Yoa Opportunity- Can you Jigger i your ohance Wr w sit problem for you I- erOut J correct atts ++r i mailed to the Pr- k of the Courier btior 19th we will give v i rear subscription t 3 a silver dollar Alirhave your name on tt ri rwilt record each antv 1 received at this oA e r tint answers are ref 51 day we will equally j The preblen is to tug oulation iIs Bane vY 1a x printing a paper star year except Chriftroi If you were to take Reprint during this them end for end cT length bf the paperi dlareterfwould be 176429 17 i If you were to lay coverkto 2333 acres Laid end for end UK rf 298 miles beyond Weron thed C It St HIckman w- Here IIs your chan answer in by 7 a m I f t so we can publish the winner In our Christina i Levee Work to Begin t Mississippi County CI Work will begin at levee in Mississippi count opposite HJckman The brought a large force of city Wednesday together era etc who will do thJ z We understand that tt t tr beginlng Is a part of t J contract and that thei work will not begin unlaf the coming year HuUcribt for the Courier F E A F We Are Ready For You PHONE 89 IIII r j rt ndable Opticians Jewelers And I i I mVTVVVVVTYYVTYVWTWTVYWW I Local Notes I r 48 for oval I at Urts Cew11 day Site Cafe 1U talc TihelC K suttee lr fir c tnrerUJI UI CtCllh I of Marttn was IIn y berIf make goad K K s may goat n display i Jox spent Sunday Aoodland Mills Is spending a few cuter en route four u a swell line of hull Fuqua returned home r an extended visit t j k of Union City pasII i iiickman last week enII nville Tenn aa Nov 6 1906 a halt hound strayed I np of my son 2 12 miles iI Hickman on Walnut Liberal reward offered j Ajng same at this office KJE C Reeds Fulton 25 I arts dally at the Ellison J 11 now until Christmas will I Our while There will be 7 Madame Schumann Madame Louise Homer the rteat singers Ellison Van 1 tit great tenor and music Band Arthur Pryors I rgu Minstrels and others ncerts on Saturday nights J to 1030 XmasIIEagerly awaiting the opportunity to put you in touch with all the latest and best innovelties for I906 We are offering the best produtts of the most reliable manufacturers and EE a certain assurance of high quality and honest worth in every article Somethingfor every person Below is a partial list suitable gifts for every age and every size nockfithnnlc C I IFOR rTIlE MAID Watch G ud Chain Ring Necklace Stick Pin t Hand Mirror Cologne Bottle Nail Polishers Bracelets TrayRocker Paper Cutter Velvet Brush Cold Cream Jar Card Case Glove Hook Purse Mirror Holder Bowl Mirror Whisk Check A littlo list for tlio Httlo Ring Lookbt E Riittlo Baby Spoon rood Pusher and Childsn partial iieiof tho gift wu in and Filledagoing for the famous Hand Printed Wo ofrori goods Vo aro E istHonest Values inmind any at our has bo Goods will bomoney sorton to out of town parties aro TTTT Cheer I Fine weather It River about wi a stand J Austin was la Fallen this week Kelleyls In Nashville thisI eek Clement West Fulton was 1 lean this week Miss Marie spent yester day in Arlington Mrs E L is visiting rela lives at Clayton Tenn this week It Iis claimed that Overbore made 150 grew into three millionsI years A S Resedale will move his photograph gallery over JRsndles store Monday Mr and Mrs A Tyler attended the foot ball game at Nashville yesterday J C Patterson Hickman was inI the city Sunday home from JPaduoah Messenger Miss Lizzie Tarns visited relative here Saturday returning to her home SundayoMrs blithe King has returned to her home after several weeks visit to relatives at Union City Mrs J L Atwell Route Four was in town Wednesday the her sister Mrs V Mr Lon and Miss Pearl Murrell Lynnville were I in Fulton Monday by J T Futrell F and Miss VaraII Walker near Wingo were marI ried at Fulton Sunday by Esq J T Mr and Mrs T Swayne lpentI yesterday in Union City Mrs Swayne and children have been i InI Union City for a week Mr Otto Hertweck in Cairo last week to his daughter MrlI John Ford who was hurl recentlyI Ho reports her to getting along nicely FOR THE YQUNG GIRL LocketOpera Glass FanParasol ParasolWatch Fob BraceletHat Silver Brush TrayNail Shoe Horn BroochPurse Mark- Manicure Set- Chatelaine Pin Chatelaine Diamond Ring Inkstand Nookolwin Thimbovo that Cup Sturling Silver Ohinn that jmrohnso much roprosuntcd refundedapproval rosponHiblo TTYTTTTYY1 Brevard DealeI married HHopkIns Book yyYTTYYTYTTyyY Christmas next 1 W A Dwldi went to Nashville WednesdayWatch Nayltr Mercantile Co s a J next week Jthn Meaoham was a Fait os visitor Sunday Pay for yewr water and light at the toe factory Mac Nolan Peele Milburn is visiting his grandmother Mrs Belle Cas- Bverythlng open and on display Daten des Henry Sanger has accepted a poIluton In O Sohlenkers Jewelry store Mr and Mrs Sam Haynes of Oyersburg visiting relatives here If your water and light rent is notl paid by the 10th the month youI will out ore Mr and Mrs Ben Boston I in Hlokman this week Don married to Miss Pullen at Dyer Tenr last week The United Daughters the Confederacy at Gulfport last week adopted a resolution thanking Roose velt for the put played in the passage of the act providing orof marking the graves Confedt ratesI who died in Northern prisons 84011 1901 Standard Oil touched I Last week it sold for 505 The difference is 335 millions much for the abolition regales Settling time is drawing near and if you wish to collect your bills easily get your bill heads printed This class work is neatly and cheaply executed at this office We have in stock different sizes and bill heads and statementst Our commercial printing is neat correct and in accordance with the prevailing styles The best is the cheapest FOR TIll MATRON BroochBrush and Comb Set Puff Box Hair Pin Holder Violet Baking Disn Berry Salad Bowl CandelabraTea Pepper and Salt Nut Bowl Almond Dish Chafing Dish Stamp Box Needle Case Shoe Hook Knives and Forks Salad Set have also 4 Bear who Morris Futrell Insurance Mr J Elklns Commonwealth Life Louts llle has In Hickman and Is ness If you are him talk to The Lecture a The lecture of Booth eloquent Southerner at Y Hall night respects a decided the first place surpassed masterly humor and then too a large and audience proved atos high class also the ftnancillsuccen ing clearing twenty The band and Miss enjoyable prelude to and now we give three the High School under pities this j I Thanksgiving I j Miss Katie Mai n married yesterday to I Arrington at the brides route four near contracting live Mrs Arrington is Mr A Lunsford ton Countys most successful farmers and lady the best society I the best wishes of her for a long and happy life husband her choice r Mr Arrington is a re neighborhood Moscow Mr Sam Arrington and a young man of tits The Courier with their I wishing friends extend hearty congratulations C P Shumate was in last week being called count the illness He is reported to Only three weeks until t r- i y rvm for Library Bright a communication from Wets received inquir for the building the this year for amount collected for the g sad other points re interest in books and Granitoid Walks J Boethe has been en past few s putting new granitoid walks He has a with Hardware Company to front their building re from Mr R T will begin the work as material arrives which He also has aoon a floor in the Coa plant He has under considera thinks will Ret and family back Tenn and will 2 near back to the best town o FOR TIlE MEN eWatchERingCuff Links StudShaving Bowl Snaving Military Brushes Broom Cloth Brush Hat Brush Soap Box Cutter Stamp Box Silver Knife Ash Match Boxgg Gillette Razor = folks Silver Pins Set is onh Gold Gold Pioknrd ronennnblprisonthat is utoro to exactly us or t= t BRANSFORD ANDREWS up L M ef In King ma In 22 Ledford M of enroute of guest of of of T was see be 2G of C are of be 36 arrived was of he of In So of up of shapes of D of doing suranoe lot Wednesday In our entertainment Moscow parties M of of of of of be E Dependable Jewelers Andy Octicians UNION CITY TENNESSEE diaplar appropriate SprayManicure Christmasvvvvvnnv weo of contract of Hickman he he are Hickman t trrYYVIllustrated Lecture Rev S A Neblett a missionary to Cuba will deliver a Sereopticon Lecture on Cuba and missionary work at the Methodist Church in Hiokman Monday night Dec 3 No admission will be charged but an offering will be taken All invited The Stacker Lee passed down Wednesday afternoon loaded to the w roof and the roof loaded too It was probably as large a load as was ever put on the crew fer awhile fearing that they would be unable to load all the freight from Hlokman The Lee Line Is doing a good busi ness this season WANTEDFor U S army able bodied unmarried roan between ages of 21 and 35 i citizens of Unitedoo States of good character and tem perate habits who can speak read and write English i for information apply to recruiting officer 126 N Court st Memphis Tern 236 Main st Jonosboro Ark Corinth Miss or Hickman Ky If you have given an order for pRlmptly plaints to no 48 Ice Factory office Hickman Ice and Coal Co j Winter Medicines There are certain lines and remedies that are in special at particular seasons This store is always prepared them We strive to meet ovary need of the common to anticipate needs before they arc expressed Whatever drugs medicines or sundries you may require we oan supply We can give assurance that the L i will be the highest and the price thr lowest possible Get the habit of coming to us for drug store goods It is a habit that pays 1 IMHELM e ELLISON 1 = x= = = I 1 iiiiI 411 IL 1 Hickman Realtu CofV nc 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 COME AND SEE US We offer on reasonable terms the following Real Estate for Sales 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 YaterIcloset with hot and cold wa v ter Good cellar and base ment Electric lights WILL SELL OR RENT TO GOOD TENANT One 5Room House- On the hill adjoining the above Five rooms haUl and back porches bath IUfrontand water closet with cold water Electric lights cellar and basement One House 4 Lots In East Hickman now occu pied by good tenent Will sell at a bargain j 19 Houses and Lotsjj In West Hickman all rented I to good paying tenants Six of these are new justIcompleted Have had SEVEN TO FIFTEEU applica liens for each house before completion These houses t will pay BIG INTEREST on Ii the invastment Will sell singly or as a whole on rea sonable terms j 50 Good Lots In West Hickman We ofIfer these In any way want ed singly or in blocks AreIall well located with good streets and the demand for houses here cannot be filled goodtenants J as fast as built To partiesI wanting a lot to build a I easyterms I ments I Choice Lot LiOne located one block t College An exceUentcc location to build a home farm landsc200 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 i better in the bottom About 60 acres cleared Good houses and good tenants Will sell this cheap j 1 COME AND SEE US 1 J J I W 8 Ellison t Manager V Republicans Have Majorit- of 54 in Congress The clerical force of the House Representatives completed the pre paration of a list of the membersI elect to the Sixtieth Congress to be furnished immediately to the Pub Printer as an unofficial list It wtIck be accepted as correct until the Cler of the House receives memier certificates of election The list shows that the complexion of the house on the face of the re turns will be- Republicans 219 1 Democrats 165 Republican majority 54 Vacancies exist in the two districts represented by the late John H Ketcham of New York and Rock wood Hoar of Massachusetts These districts are normally Reptib lean and the election of their suc cessors should add two to the Republican strength The Democrats count confidently upon the election of alt five of the Oklahoma members which would leave the Republican majority 51 Mabel Items Sam Bowmans two sisters Mrs Steely from Calloway county anti Mrs Stanford trom Texas and Mrs Mary Bowman and Mrs Mary Brad shaw visited Mrs Stowe on Mon day and spent the day in pleasant conversation and remlneicences ot the past and the prospects of the future ant afterwards enjoyed a banquet dinner to celebrate the happy interview of the quartette Card of Thanks I desire te thank my friends and neighbors for their kindness and at tastier in the sickness and death of my daughter Mrs Rosa G Adams- Respectfully Mrs Mary A Powell Piles quickly and postively cured with Dr Snoops Magic Ointment Its made for Piles 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 dealersC I Rural Mail Carriers May Get More Pay Rural free delivery carriers are to receive more pay according to the plans of Postmaster General jCongressj purpose Estimates recently subI witted to the Secretary of the I Treasury for the postal service forC the coming fiscal year included a increase of 1475000 for the rota delivery service but somehow the amount for an increase in the salar lei of carriers was overlooked There are now in rural delivery service 36437 carriers and of these more than 21000 art serving routes iron twentyfive to thirty miles longI The time required to complete thett trips the cost of horse hire and the varying cost of horse food makes plain to the Department that the men are entitled to more moneys A new order affecting rural routes carriers and residents of nearby rural routes has just gone into effect It provides that hereafter the delivery of mail by rural carriers will be perh milted to persons residing not less than onequarter mile from postr offices at unincorporated towns and villages providing such persons will erect boxes conforming to the re quirements of the department ont rural routes officially laid outIr This will apply at both distributing and intermediate officesI The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium Chloroform or any other stupifyln- or g poisonous drug But it passes Dr Shoops Cough Cure as made i for 20 years i entirely free Dr Shoop all along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics Dr Shoops Cough Cure is absolutely safe even tor the youngest babe of and it cures 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 it AH deal era ytt VV IcNew Arrivals Our new line of Holiday Rockers arrived during the past week and we are now displaying for your choosing a splendid assortment continuing our Special Offerings of Furniture of the Very Highest GradeI at figures which mean a distinct saving to every family We offer this week a variety of Rockers at prices to suit the most conservative buyers 5r9OakReed Rockers Large Armr 2 75 Childrens Rockers 75c Our stook of Couches Hook Cnsos ClnflYwiorB Chinn Clnnto lIftx Lollies Intl1 ff9 o akM lii l1ltftonsion lnblus LiUruryCnbloqlut31e Cnblnots Paddling Buds Sideboards Hnl1 Choirs 1elioetuls lorrl8 OhltrJh IRi2tl Lounges Hull Trues Bodroom Suites Iron Hede o ltd oomjilotrtn vmy dotuil and wo ofTor you n largo vnrioby of woods nnd fliilshoH to ftoltotc Croni I Hickman Furniture Co Incorp- oratodLrything I 5 in the Furniture Line A Story With a Moral The following where a moral k clearly shown is taken Iron an ex change Recently a church congre gation In a little Kansas town built a new church To pay for It they were obliged to call on the merchants of the community tor donations The merchants responded Hberaly and 300 was raised from this source The last man asked to subscribe was Smith a jeweler I will give you 20 If you will let me add something to the subsclptlon list he saW The permission was ac corded him and he wrote at the foot listn1John Smith jeweler S30 00 Seats Roebuck iCo 00 00 Montgomery Ward tit Co 00 00 The church people saw the point when the minister read from the list of donors to the building fund still since the dedication of the church there have been no mall orders sent out from that Kansas town ALWAYS WAS SICK When a man says he always was troubled with a cough that lasted all winterwhat would you think if he should sayhe never was sick since useing Ballardrhore Syrup Such a man exists Mr J C Clark Denver Colo ado writes For years Iwas troubled with a severe cough that would last all winter This cough left me in a miserable condition I Ballards Horehound Syrup have not had a sick day since Thats what it did for meFor by Cowgills Drug Stole Helm Ellison Every column of a newspaper contains from 5000 to 10000 pieces of type metal according to the size of the paper and type used The displacement of any of these means an error Is it any wonder that errors sometimes occur Stillsome think it awful to see a mistake in a newspaper They forget that each these pieces of type has to be handled separately twice each week No need to be saving with coal when you can get it at the price made by the Hickman Ice and Coal Co Read their ad in this issue Telephone no 48 Take Warning Boys After a day spent in ktvostlgatiog toe death of Thomas Dougherty of Dsii ore hwho was kilted by Doing pierced m the heart by a long needle the local poHoe decided to withdraw the warrant wbtoh nod been issued for the arrest of Katie Burke the girl who was awpeot of having caused Doughertys deathI The authorities are of the opinion that the girt Is innoooat of reorder GUS intentions She says that she hid boas mending her brothers j clothing with a long needle wed thereabouts IIn mending miners heavy outer clothing and that on gsie kdown in the evening the lieu stoic the pin in the bosom of her drew Dougherty who had MOIl her sweet heart hailed her and asked her te take a walk with rim He attempt ed to embrace her and the point of the needle that WM Iin her dros caught in hk vest while the eye or bhint end rotted against her corset The embraae forced Ithe needle Into his body through the fifth rib into the heart Card of Thanks We desire to thank the ftlenes and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy extended us in our late be reavement the s4ckness and death of our son Hauty May God bless each of them Mr and Mrs J C Hendrix Loford Ran le Groceries Bardwarew Fresh Meats a Fead Store Z cen CHASE 4 SANIORNS COFFEES and TEAS f II tYTTTTTYTYTTYTYVYYTTYTYYTV TIT BITS AND GLEANINGSAAA- AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Revenge gives birth to remorse Little frets call for large vlrtore- Ho raw keeps op Ms reputation by talking abort It IIU strength It bet weafcneM wfco IfergC the weak Idle words are by no means idle alter they see oUtred Fear more the foos IN perry heart than these M theopw Oldkwin It k enoy to soar at the goods see yon cannot aomtlre The smoothest prtOr Is always on the other sWe of the road To got even with the wrongdoer yw nwst drop to Me level Show your faith In your prayers by your follow np cyotem People who sally bolt over do lit tie toward washing the world Many a sermon k void of Ithe water of life for bask of eoftsWeratfon Experience Is said to be worth whatever It coca but we have yet to hear from the man who k hanged When a mar IIs antlrely honest It iis a sign that he knows he is being watchedMany a man loves his wife bet than he did his sweetheart but he dosent feel constrained to be good and foolish as before To covet is bad taste It is a de sire for secondhand thingsjj When a man has the hot foot It is mighty easy for him to flu pan excuse to moveSatan himself would not plead guilty to evil intentions Tempering Metals A process of tempering gold silver and copper says the Scientific Amer ican has been discovered by Mr F Vaughn of Los Angeles Cal By his method it u claimed that a cutting edge is obtained keener and more durable than that of steel because of the microscopic fineness and smoothness Imparted to it Fulton County Should I Better noftdlaft Farmers In vano- counliyospeolallt hood of Lttetile a Iother low dhirteu to town on atotoM ctticondition of the rar f It Is time we Were the ImportAMM ofiAgitate them and nr you have then Set IState Lcgfitaloro ytgrantto you It k ItOlr ewhatto have the raids a tal been the hewer of w of water lor It1every IthuKlr Ibim earl wMoh b bcneataali otbor L-r reputable good city A direct road Uu roads wovtd be tb 11a the farmer and toe t 4 that has been tovfcd ontee throw of the oppression It Is the ferwtor I 1Ute taxes UbotOftOtliRKrtu that oomot ttm the and doprivatlM sad faimersUmtttiMftM cxtravogasftwnoMl r on pottle rand r n term of one adsoioui r have a sySUM of lc that wooMsoffrif the a- I notgbborlsood to erUnion and add mcrr- pfrtljf t GMLMDCt oUI Ana peook the IaiteM ooososopUf the somftdorat Yor Cures Blood Skin Trouble Cancer Blood Poison If oor Mood to ur eased hot or P1ot hove Mood peiro hoods oatfof serf sows HoMoff rink scsohy pHspljf slw esiarrah rheonttUsir or deN dtsoBM take Holm 14111t accord ioiit loon aw corer and palM t4Of the tt pure and tub losTimr less error eropUon rioh glow of orfct slrta At Ute awe hoproves the otgsotioi pepsta + streMglhoiM w Just the ntedlolnc lot i it gives them sew v DrugfilsU 5i per krttdtreoilons for hues 3 free and prepaid by Italra c AttanU trooMc and ipootal irr teealaeaeat hi IULB B It esoookUly atti nk deopwated Mood and sWn tUea after aH else talk tA smokers kc old mart was HgW f wife NIdup VL 1 yourself smiktftg so 1111 man lit the pipe took a and told i Well ma yarn old and It IIur yIknow that oross eld waman but have been eighty M smoked so touch Factterphone no 43 for Ice and coal Coo Sir Johnathan William physician of Great Britn that the purest EngUttthe United States is in i STEVE rlt11III LIVERY FEED nnd SA Splendid service at reap prices Phone No 1 t- M HEARSE 500 dt is + 1prolU PERFECTIONOil rqulpped with SmehcIcM Device r a r MB fei no tithe ud wIII ktrf ft warm sod coly Orne dLto lw Gives no smoke or smell becaute fitted keiessdeviee CaR he urrlfl IbeIIl t Ir cone with an nrdtiury stove The- Hrtter li ivperUr to all other eil i en oRt to any home Mtde ia rotVIMM pan Uraif ml fount be u- II lIeIdt lour quarts of otliedburoi i pry hater wirttntrd If rot II your nwreit agency for descriptive ctrcuhr j btoatLlimp bode of brut throughout itrd Bqvipped with Utrit improved v Urnp wirraetrd Aa onument to any- r lihrary Jiowiroom parlor or bed f netreitafeMyif not at your draleri I4UU OIL COMrANV lateortMtraf t LUMBER W luliifig Milsrials Wo carryteverything in our line windows sash doors lime ociinnnt pnpor roofing vto- SpaohU ardors is out of our hobbys earLV lDoth Lose Money if You Dont Buy Your Lumber of Us l t to fottusflguro on your next bill Wo now u innko tiradu Its up to you Hickman Lumber Planning Mill Co INC I he uHrCIMJJN BIlNlisi pleasedI to place at the disposal of its customers the facilities gained luring twenty years of continu ous service and grovthvvv tI I SOUTHWEST TheI LandI of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY king as much off your farm as you ought No doubt yeu you can The trouble is the land costs too much It wIney to buy n big farm and so you arc trying to make a l farm or porhaps you arc renting one and paying a good i rake in rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the std iin so little that you cart own a big farm where every new is working for you and all you raise Is paying you thousands of acres of fcrtle land In the Sot thwezt along otton Belt Route that can be bought for from S3 to 10 an 1I is increasing m value each year Sec the Southwest at Small Cost the Southwest would convince you that your best interests there The trip can be made at a very little expense On iril Tuesdays cf each month you can purchase a round trip Mint in the Southwest on or via the Cotton Belt Route at Stopovers will be allowed for you to examine any locall I KrsUd In i t once for tree copies of books Describing this wonderful 1 icr ful reformation about cost of tickets etc IBKUR D P A Cotton Melt Route 25 South Main upkia T eM4 F Local JloteslIJ W I BUnd was at home ov Sunday Autumn necessities Horehoudji andy for that odd at the K K The Independent Cool Co has several tons af coal under water i The new seal yard wants youIr order t f Miss Eflsabeth WIlson Is vlsltfn g in Wlnj o- Bndoned by all uscrithe sweets at the K K Our rural snap terriers tokL vi cation ThvrHtav What does Straw Battcrswor- tstilt Go and ice A fost fr a RUle metleYtho- good things at Ute K K Hue you bwgtit r11 If not why MM tolophnc nt ell Mrs I D Pike reWrno4Tbesd a from a vtott Shrevosport La You raise a treat If yow fall to kuy grocer frost Hv Betterswthi BrreodM wf bare hit kel1da good really tor ywr ItMpcatten tto dayGuy Hale and Ildwsrd Towneen- epopt Sunday aOtrneoK In UnionI City Dwit owrfcflk paying your water art light oMMt liy the 10th of theII MMMtk 46 D A lAlcael Baton City aaII In town MttNtoy ami galled M this CorterIHardware CMtery Cteecrlai 11t at rcMonabk prfti I1raw Bet ters worth Mist Bthot Naytor spending the week at Cayoe UK gnort ef Mrs i Naytor Miss Annie Cowgtli went to Nashville to spend Thanksgiving She let Wetlncadl1YIIIs MM Iena Wtggs of Nashville was the guest eI Mrs J Amberg the first of the week l W T WasKl and Was Allle Oliver were married In Kalton TUetJJ day of last week Owen Kathy the telephone repair man Is speeding a few days III jretftfteM TOM i Largest line of holiday goods ever in Htekman open and on display today at Berendes MoKce Johnson won the prise at the skating rink Tuesday night Elmer Boothe was second The Presbytetlan Services haftII been changed from the 3rd and ethII Sundays to the 2nd and 4th Preaching the Methodist ChurchIII t PIIMjj A new sidewalk has been laid from the head of the steps along the edit 1i i line of Miss Jesse Outtens property Capt Wm Dlpple and wife arrived in HIckman Thursday to spend tb winter They come from Warsaw IllsMrs A 0 Caruthcrs spent the latter part of the week with Unlo City relatives and returned home with her husband Sunday Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Black Langshan and Buff Plymouth Rock chickens for saleMra Annie MoDanlel Hickman Ky i 6 Lawson Caruthers spent Sunday with his brother A 0 Caruthcrs in Hickman Lawson Iis working iin the express office in Union City J M Moore the popular telephone manager spent Sunday in Unio City This will probably occur regularly until about Christmas J R Anderson and Rcse Oman will start a small store at Russet vile six miles west of Hickman They will also endeavor to establish a postoffice at this place LOSTbetween Baltxer St Dodds aln express package containing linen centerpiece Reward offered Re turn to Baltzer D dds Store or to I Mrs S L Dodds 25 T Decide McClain Gate at JJury Mayfield jury in the cast of the Commonwealth against Walter McClai- nr charged with the murder of hi brother Berthol McClain and John Canter at Lynnville in Graves county on Sunday night Marsh 17 1905 returned a verdict at 4 uJO o clock Saturday afternoon of not K lly The trial had been ontor severall days and every inch of the giouod on both sides has been hard fought The attorneys for the Commonwealth were W H Hester Common wraiths Attorney the Hon J C Bought and County Judge Ed Cross land while strong arguments act made for the defendant by Judge J Croutonhoand d tomey H J MonmnIWe Will Have Arc Street LightsEh j If It Is thought atdvisable by the theYmooting next week we will have some arc street lights and no doubt we will be so prowl of them that we will tit up all night to watch them hasyboon painfully needed ever since Wit have bad and eieetrio light plant thedmovement to oonwm mated The situation Is that the dty in their iVaae with Ice and Coal Company referred 150 incandescent street amps for street lighting anl as they gire now using not ifslte a hundred the sex company has made thorn I a proposition that if they will put a separate line f rth ae lights they will be permitted to use the remain tag number of InoandecesnU or the QMircnt due them in arcs This will give about olio area and wilt be placed aorerdini to oar Informant three on CHnton strut two on Water and two oa Jackson street one at the top of the Court House steps and one at the corner of Car roll and Kentucky streets While it not known for wren it is thought that tnepropoimvu wiltaand that ere long we will enjoy a luxury that should have been accordg ed us lung ago tlLargeJting Ever Known Because ef the continued low water in the Ohio river previous to this last heavy rain the coal In the harbor at PtUafcurg for shipment south accumulated ef until the water reached a bolting tide Consequently there was a perfect jam and a famine of towboats to haul it away on the first stage It is estimated however that there are 20000000 bushels now floating down the river for points on the Mississippi from Cairo to the gulf At least 30000000 bushels could have been shipped it towboats I had been available The shipment was suspended the latter part of last week on account of the falling water and scarcity of towboats to haul the barges down the river Nitwith standing shipment is suspended for t thecbiggest fleets of coal ever on the water of the Ohio at one time in the history of the coal business en the river The boats now an their way loan are the Harry Brown J B Williams J B Flnley Skylark James Wood and others I The Sprague the largest inlandjj towboat in the waters of the West will probably break al records for large tows when her load is giver her at Louisville This monster boat will be kept working between Louisville and New Orleans during the coat season One man was killed and anothe-r wounded Ina shooting affray iinI Letoher county Five guards in the penitentiary at Frankfort were dismissed Monday and their places filled by the ap pointment of new men It is said that others arc to be dismissed Caleb Powers received one vote for Congress in the recent election in the Eleventh Kentucky district Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe tr NOTICEs Your Water and Light rent iis due on the FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the TENTHwill be cut off This took effect NOVEMBER 1 1006 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at the Ice factory Office open from 7a m until 6 p m every ofceach month it is open until 9 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co- A 0 CARUTHERS Mgr u1IMBElLAt ihLtlHOUtI TEl GRAPH COs nlW n AT Long 11 stanco linos ni luiephonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tonnossoo Mississippi and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick I thoIf Wo solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments end facilities unsur nnsRod11f4EI LCLItUJ HUMC T D weltw 1 arp I=Golden Rule of Three Three things to bepure just and hoecst Three things to gavern temper I OOAduGtI of live courage i affeeUon and ICatJOItCH I Throe things to lovethe wise 1 the virtuous and the innocent Three things to commendthrift to Industry and promptness Three things about which to think life death and eternity Three things to despise cruelty and ingratitude i Three things to admire dignity i racefulness and intellectual power 1 Three things to cherishthe true beautiful and the good I Three things for which to wish health friends and contentment Three things for which to fight boner home and country Three things to attain goodness 1 N heart integrity of purpose and to ohterfulness of disposition Three things to give alms to the needy comfort to the sad and ap preciation to the worthy Three things to desire the bless ing of God an approving conscience stead the fellowship of the good Three things for which to work a trained mind a skilled hand ant a tI regulated heart Lindo Again in Jail at May- field Lindo Murphy known as Kin of the Bootleggers of Western Kentucky is again In jail here t I serve a sentence of four months and a S100 line for selling whiskey j without a license He had been in the Paducah jail for several weeks and was convicted at the term of Federal Court which recently ended at Paducah The king asked to be transferred to the Graves county jail as his parents live in Mayfield and the request was granted Ca tats Wade Brown Deputy U SI Marshall same with the prisoner Mayfiold Friday night Mayfield Mirror When you get a catalogue from a big mall older house just look iit over and see what they will pay you for your product also investigate their terms of credit and see what they are in case you do not have the code cash what they will give to ward keeping up a public enterprise just write and ask them what they will give toward the erection of a church how much they will give to assist the poor After you have done this see if your home doesnt do as well Dont tail to buy your coal Iron the Independent Cool Co t I 5 W A Dodd Improving the McClure Property Mr W A Dodds who purchased the McClure property at the corner Clinton and Kentucky streets is making improvements thereon for the accommodation of his lumber business Mr Dodds business has increased co much that is necessary have more room than he now has and to have his sheds more convenient than they now are A part of the old photograph gallery will be torn away to elrMM tr th 1NIorivcwdys at teat rear mr Duuuing remodeled and a store room for his lime cement etc will be built with dimensions 12x60 toot when he Jets possession of the livery barn now occupied by Mr Leggate he will make more improvements there The children of Mr and Mrs J Corura who have been confined their beds for several weeks with typhoid fever are reported to be getting along nicely with lair uhanccs for a speedy recovery Religious Services lUnihT CltiHai Ktv N II Grave Minor SNYInd vvurjr Svinluy 11 a in Mini 70 p m SutttUrtwheel eri rr Sunday 9W a lit Prayer meeting every Tumuluv ulukt- MRTIIOII T CHURCH lUr it O John ton nwter StrvhHM every Sunday 11 H in and 7 sr10p hi Sumtajr Mhotil every SumiHr 00 u in irujrr mwl lag ever Ralnes+lay ntRla tgIlIoIlor every 7tfOkin HutidHV Mhoel 8tlr1 Sun utnGUHlWItUAXll IllNKHYTHIIIAt ClIUKCII Hitr Sadler IlflIWr SorvlaiM every Id Sunday II a m and 7slOn11t Suiuiuv Mlioul 10 u lu every Sunday OiimxriAv Oiiuuoii Sunday uhoul even Sunday 0 At0 u in- IllMUIVTKKIAK UllUKfll U S A HrV- IOOH every 1M unit 4Ui 8u tllfh1 ltvU U Brown Sunday lUll KilMMlAL UIIUHCII Urr O U Price pn4ur ijerTlcw eniy Sunday tlXOtlllt Su11plajtwhool 10 R m llioihrkoo of at Andrew every Swd lytlllues lay 8 p III 0UIiIt181lluv 3 W Bwiiiiner PAOUK ur Stl inun AMII 1iisttir S niltiyielnKil every Sunday S p n S Hriu M every uunduy night ut K p in OIIUKCII or TUB iUeHwi IKKT OK jHhUit The Rev JiMvpb A Mluoli NU 1tor Sundutrt U u in itanduv school 10 n m Iliuli MUMH followed liy heat illolon of the MMt llliiiH d Sacrniiieiil Holy hart of ObliKution 9 lib n in Low Miuw HilO M in high MIM follow wl by Uonwliolion or tile MIMI liln+aMI tiucruiiieut FiWHUt ul UevotUm H UK M in Illuli MIUM Wltk Darn UuU N in Low MUM thi KivtM un oiKirtuniiy 1 to tliiMn who a tall to uihiUt nt tliu Holy Sitarltlu dully N II The uliurcii it OJKJII dally trout 5 lUii in till 7 p III for thiHo whu i mutt read duvnuou proiiiit twin to vUu th Mr Uivinx Miw Nunturv Nun oatliolle wiMhiiiK ullluiui Ilittruiutv In cxiilttiiHllun of vHllioliu doclrtuo unit practice will lit Kindly HUpjilicd crttin by npplylnK either puntoimlly or by muu lu the piuior Y is ii t J wt t l- J boiouii2 Then You 111 IhelllSTI XVAIXO HAM 19 I have purchased L D Perrys Restaurant and ask my frien j to call and see me Luochtc of nil kinds at any hour alto regular meals FRESH OYSTERS sanwad in any style when in seasoa 1130 to 100 4DinnorFull line of Confections Cigars A- cI utlior Watson r IE t Meet Your Friends r flat LAUDERDALES TONSORIAL 1 PARLORS T 1 t3 Bet io Hickoua Hot and ft4cold baths electric lights i and fats hydraulic chairs J L- Ti and everything for comfortt I tCl1rtc1 St Hlckajo ST af Next r to Caruthersa w Cash Book Store tiploudicl Soleotion NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION gfc- Call and see our Swek Bvoty thing up to date DIARY BBRBSDM Oo a T DA wstt- orttci at nw Will practice in all ecurts in the State Office over Lsdford Randles store- HICKMAII Knrrucrr F TjQniu pIuIIlDing I have secured the ssnricss of Mr J M Knaebel an Stpert Tlmwr and Plumber misl sstiefi your patronage to Ftatublag Floating Tin and Sheet Mstal woric of aU kinds ALL WOKE fiat CLAM Quick service Rcasooablc rats Estimates chttrfally faniMisd i R B BREVARD Hickman Ky JaW Rllti W a a ar iiiYour Iiaundl should have iu just share of your attention If you are particular about your dress appeararce let the Fulton Stoam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry each Tuesday I Kennedy CorumJ- lgtnty at Hulm A fillon i Hickman Mint Co IMCORrORATXD Undertakers r TELEPHONE NO 20 fJ Dr S K Davidson DENTISTOlloe Ouwgflr Drwc Store 1 Hickman Kentucky A I tL r LijMa- nya p jsoa goad dew la defeat under lifes tsjrtls MuNrtptd uD1 cheered and wiwo the yes arc dosed and the hands fofcted then acmes too late low eoouffe to have I tumid tile battle end given victory One day at a time fooasdsntlsasljr lived up to will keep the elms bright and the desks round and rosy Dont begin to worry about things days beforehand It will be title enough whoa they happen It is the dread of what mar ootae not what it ii that makes one old before the time Ir you lie awake half the tight worrying about tomsthini that iis going to occur the next morning you will bo far lens able to face brawl said work cut the problem teen U you bad made an effort and thought of som+thmf she till stop as It is not hellos hard as U sounds and will grow easier every time yon try it Perhaps after all the disaster will not befell you or will ho less awful teen you antidnmied and just think what a lot of unnecessary wrinkles you have worried into your fact e These lit more young men hi the psottentkuios in this country warn tag irndtt that there are ontsWe of tfiM learning trade The prinetfie mole of this is that we are educating nw young urea for Idle ontiemeo tug tt atfe lawyers preachers dwottmmid clcrlti set of material that it needed for blacksmiths oar penters msrohanta and other heneot hewtn of wood gild ilmw r nf water It is a mistake need a Wg ooe to touch boys and girls to behave that labor is disgraceful and to do nothing for a living ill more be coming Ito society BoDe sack society l It te rotten to tie con and Is rutemf oar sons awl dvnfhten who are new bdog ottaoMed to play the IssMUs testy aid walking gentlnmenMm the grunt drama of tMte WUM WU4 MgMt UIH MM Ufe Jlhouse or the psnUenUary bye the curtain drops on the last sad act of the play to which they have best edoentnd by their too isrttlgtstt parents e A Pew DONT JOJt Kusjwuim Dont forest that the sunshiny side of a womans aatuie cannot outHve mldniu indfsremoe lid neglect Dont growl ahent womanly ex Imvaycnewi M tong as yon are keeping yevr own personal bilk In pM running order Dont middle1 whir tM aJfalrt of the house The mesa who mnet know ray little detail and scents the cost of nay household moue hi an unmitigated miteanoe Dont expect smMtt and dips from the being who when from early mom till night for the enmtort sad happmew of a mute who hat not soul enough to appreciate liar Dont forgot that year wife was once your sweetheart A caress new and then or a tender word costs so little and noons so mesh to the wo man of your choice One cannot be wholly Indifferent to ones birthday It is a yearly milestone on lifes journey Christ mas has a tradition New Years is an almanac day Decoration Day 04memories and the Fourth of July a hubbub but Thanksgiving is a recognition of the goodness of GoJ u manifested in the kindly returns roM old Mother Earth and inspira tion from contemplating the mysteries of the seed time and harvest While presidential proclamations and guber natorial supplimcnts ftx Thanksgiving Day as an annual festival for us it iis proper that the day should be observed in the way they Indicate but we also remembers after our devotions and we return to enjoy the Meetings of plenty so profusely lavished upon ui this year There will be many places occupied by dear ones one yoar ago that will be vacant today and a tinge of sadness must pervade the heart JThelr memories are precious and we would not forget them nor should we forget to thank the beneficent Giver of I CatarrhnMt4ranllrrwwtanrda96- ttbt Te cd I I n and 1htnl ray I+IMLIhMUbitwtb 1- 19jl iwwrhudr new Ihe rrl IM AbeeDY afarr ClTIt it u I am r1vtIil that Or t- rl4urh t11r w n KU aunl whlwt p nianlr r +a1tMYMl pMdaSretnlnr nl knl irlI aunt tk1 1 rnrmnata 1 mrt pnlahr thu aIenv It Ur p- QIIIorrl 1re t raw w Mt braeNIplm- rm pu w le he ullhl nlrll rw 111mM m q run mnlbtn a III M ftl lrICIU bo1 ntblrte1 are wwatnwait1 film Drra6fen hm KMM II OUartfc n i WOt4 a IkfnM NM tlMklU f In ttw Ii Itr an MMMBlWMpMMIUllr IM HM I ra t1xPot iwniin lintfKt wUrth fifty n Ihwwmid Uuwt Mtlllnx rbo hvnvTrr BTC Ul us but Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure ALL DEALERS all good for the munincent piovUIons he hat mode that though this Is a laud of tad farewells and loarftU adieus there it a land of jysus atsNlogs and greetings where partings art nnlmowii and tven amid earths teats and w ieJBi mf anot rejohee m thanfefrtnett gtarefW nose and hepefnhtoe Many people sees te forgot that ehnmcler grows that it it net teme thing Is pet on reedy made with wetMaheed or manhood bet day by day here a IHttt and there a Mule grows with the growth and strength en with the strength until pied er bad it btcomte almost a wat of mail Look at a scan of buslr prompt reliable conadcatbss yet clearheaded and enerfette When do you sepytn he develepeu all these adMinthk qunlidexr When he was a boy t Let us etc tile way m which a boy of ten years gilts up in the morning works plops sleeks and we will tell you jut wal Mud of a MR he will m ft The boy who te late at school stands a poor chatcc to be a prompt tae The boy who neglect Ms duties be they ever te snail and they sasses Mm lilt by mytog I forgot I dhlat thinkwilt never be a reHatte stan And tIN boy woo finds pkasere m the tnfltrinfs of weaker tMnts wU newer be a ftsbU leseres Wsdlr manHi gendemaR e So great te the InlUtme eta swtet mtaded woman en those around her that k is almett boundless It is to her that friends Dome hi seasons ot sorrow and sickness for help and eemlert One seething touch of her kindly hands york wonders lit the tovtrith child a few words let fall from her lips In the oar of a sorrow stricken titter wHl tie tmtch to raise the load of grief that is bowing its victim down te the dust In anguish The husband comae home worn out with the pressure of business and feeling irritable with the world in general but when he enters the cosy shtingroom and sots the blue of the firs and meets his wifes wailing face he lucaimbi in a moment to the soothing influence which act at a Balm of GUtnd to hit wounded spirits that are wearied with the stern realities of lift The rough school boy Ales unto a rags from the taunts of his companion to lad solace in hit mothers smite the little one full of grief with her large trouble ends a haven of rest en her mothers breast j and one might go on with Instance after instance of the Influence that a sweetminded woman has in the social circle with which she Is connected Beauty Iis an in significant power when compared with hers Freventles as the name Implies prevent all colds and grippe when stagePreventios candy tablets Prcvcnttcs dissipate all colds quickly and taken early when comingtheyventics are thoroughly safe fo children and as effectual for adults Sold and recommended in 5 cent ana 25 cent boxes by all dealers Holiday goods are arriving Assignees Notice Having been appointed as assignee of W 0 Fields it is my duty to collect all debts due the said firm holdingclaimsfile same on or before Dec 8 1906 collegeInthereafter 25 Cue Thrclkeld Will Probably Hold ExtrA Session January 15 That there will be IH extra session 01I the legislature everybody believes it will probably be called to assemble Jnuary 15 Exactly what the aegis 1i are will be asked to do however nobody knows but It iis said that the program will not include any change in the police management of Louis lilt TIM most probable plan is to give all courts power to pats on all infractions ot the taw and to cancel saloon licenses for vielatient of the lawIn the event of the special sea dos is convened a tpeaker ef the lower house will have to be elected M Speaker Lawrcnoe resigned to accept the adjutant generalship The loftfeal thing ef course win be choose his suoeester front Ute Ihrs district and Ron Louie P Heaal has been natiad for the honor It is endetstood that he has boos asked to he a candidate TKBRXS NO USE talking you cant beat RerbJne for the liver The greatest tegnttUr ever ofered to suffering hnmantty If you sailor from Ihrsr osswetawt if you SM bilious and frstfel it your liver and Heroine will put it In its peeper condition Jo tins are for Conettpatton 111 ness Dyspepsia and all ills due to a I TidHver Try a bottle and fGW willi never nit anything else Por- aaIc by CivgiUs Drug SKC ft Helm It l Utsen lit Four Hours William A WodbtMM a well kaowtt dtluse dW M Wa home- Yukon after being iHI but foes bee He was it his plane ef burin sec when being seised with asevrs cM he was Fejnevtn iv his hosts whet congestion set M and oaaeen Ilk death The dieemad vns forty eight years et ago anti te survive by his wow and lyeutaHchidd ran TIle body vas buried at Palest me THW1 IS MO KKAtOM why veer baby sheId be tIM and freiM deriee the night Werssr arc the cause of thm sickly babies It at natnraltbat a healthy NItr should he fat and stoupwell U your baby does not retain Its dont experiment with colic and other medicine but try a ef Whites Cream Vermifuge you will soon see rwkluwecolor and laugh as sats1y Cswgitt Dreg Store k lithe Ie Bliten Mary bed a little lamb Us was wWto as stow It sirayod anwy eee day where lamb should news go And Nary tat her quickly down and tears streamed from her eyes j she never send Ute Iamb bscanst she did ROt advertise And Wary had a brother Joie who kept a vittage store i he sat him down and smoked a pipe and watched tbs door And as the people passed along and did not stop to buy Joint still sat and smoked his pipe and blinked Ms sleopy eyes And so the sheriff dosed him out but still he lingered near and Mary came to drop with him a sympathetic tear How is it sister can you toll why other air ohents here sell all their goods se readily and thrive from year to year Remembering her own bad luck the j little maid replies John bocaea- they advertise When the tip of a dogs nose I cold and moist that dog Is not slak A feverish dry note means slakness with a dog And so with the hu man lips Dry cracked and color bis lips mean feverishness and are J as well ill appearing To have beautiful pink velvetlike lips ap 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 b convinced Large nickel cappe glass jars 25 centsAll dealers W J Maddox Iis back from Nash vile whore he has been having his eyes treated BE CHARITABLE yourselYouf any sortyour horses need not suf for Try a bottle of Ballards Snow JMHI 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 Cowgills Drug Store Helm Ellison 0 J S Iiiiai tAN MARBLE WORKSI ESTABLISHED I PrSuecesser j itej0 CURBING ofKindsSTONE HICKMAN KENTUCKY TIMEtv TO PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR COALPlTISBURGHJ b10 KENTUCKY J 350 Needs no introduction in Ilickman It has been u cd here for years and has always given perfect sahib t It is the kind of coal you want Takes very little K ing to start it No popping out in your eyes ant I the carpet No clinkers No dirt The very bad MarketrsOur Prices are positively the LOWIST Place + eder NOW for future delivery while the prices arc w est Pull weight and fair treatment guararr Independent Coal Co Hickman Ky Phone 153 oatbilCLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY AteAbsolute Safety Is The Basis That wi offer to depositors Otln r pt duo mont aro of sooondary importune Upon tins Guarantee wo solicit your pat OAlgt J A TllfBIiPSUN I H BUQriAKAK Proaldont czamoroas + I U II Till kllflAI TM Dr J Mllt Ill P T A IrhilYUlttl T J A COTTON Ig W A J COTTON ADAMS Plumbin TinnizLg WortseRoofing Stoam Fitting IJoop in st ok at all tines Stovo JJoards Ii1Collar Rings Stovw ShovwlH Black Silk Stove 1ion earth Mitko us ppoinhv of repairing Hurl I Htovos hntidlo Atovv pip of all kinds T Joint Joints Plain raid UiiHgiun Iron Pipe NVo tit11ii porsoiml attontion and Kiiarantoo gatiHfuction WANTdA Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality nt a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guard antes For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith workof all kinds come to me Log Chains anti Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters WJ BARR Y HICKMAN KENTUCKY Try tthe Couriers Want Column