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AAh jilYhre M1 THE HIeKMAN eOURIERr MB tot Palls the CHnnnclal Wagon up the Hill of Success The Cauriat has a Spankln Good Team Crease the of Your Wagon Old Man and Lets Hitch Up x x iirnruuw MS NX N S fvvlfy j u Tn ruTjLrLn xn jT uvruiJxru e j jj j jjijtjro rwour in J JruxrLnvrwM V o- I x nunnooKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 7th 1906EBTBLIBBED II Ho tHE use YEAR lr7r What You Want To Give And What You Want To Pay I Presents For Gentlemen like MM of these raft silk rft to pram and fancy scroll y ou a isy a pod quit KM tor MM ft pretty neck He rtiMi h Mgbt or dark silk 1m44fec tatwtt di 25and Presents For Ladies athW Jar surer er ifeMtapair of Axe kk- lAroMMKywa gtod pair fcOO to 150 iy Me jHeawtl wtk a- art or arifrWe tare a I iron iMsk Asset a ftrfee qts PresentsFor rri1p ltd JtlcJlltiMAgbdter- t puriliftvtii ff aaewoap i ntattee M 25 to J Miking vwM be wiser tatntle and rllIA r a I I J byJ Co 1 lite Race Question ii itely the race question Is1 rC momentum establish iore firmly pro or con In- lOn The Courier regret prominent men as Senator IUd others should voice o strongly thereby turn iicium on a question which little agitation to become a ue much is being said on the we doubt if there are an u as well Informed tit thus r r t SOMETIMES you have trouble in making the two get together but if you come here you Ni11 have very little trouble In addition to our regular stockwhich iis full of practical lifts for men women andchildrenwe have added a great many Novelties and Fancy Good then we do not consider it right to ask a higher profit for Chrictmas goods than we do our regular merchandise old customers know this and profit thereby but we you arc not in the habit of trading here to find it out you will become an old customer too In the squares we have mentioned number of items you may have in mind Come in and at them youll find it an easy matter to make a decision SuggestionsFor CIUUH Trunk Suit or Ovoroont Cups Slippors Gloves Half Hose Handkerchiefs Shoes Nook tios Mufllors Swoators SUB jMjndora Shirts Collars HOUKO Coats ota most front stock Hose Pins 5 Now wo are to tin way make the count to buy cloth from You are the not by a for with tho go merit value for who Wants an old was yoara Wo try IJQ do what best for our and cannot your lie Nora then wo do not your Wo want ho not his worth 1 Hart tho now till L matter and who as and uS Col Watlerson of the Courier Journal who says that Tillman in a much rough and tills many truths which of and beliefs serious The is no a Sectional Iis purely a many ways and terms JlimUilrrl were and re V Presents For Baby Haby isnt vory particular anything will Huit and wont have any trouble finding anything if you piok it our ClonkH Shows Cups lienuty etc oJ The by this firm the most in the but far most men wear this scle for all to by man from the that the the and the same worse for the not know how deal with the the This not say that the the say that the who rule will rule the fall the Suggestions Ladies or etc Clothing Buyers Should 4 Make Every Dollar Count you going SOcAnd to is us though assertion is promptod purely selfish lUQlivo saving of quality and outofdate it more several ago to fair always striving to is customers if we convince you interests expect no is moneys Investigate the Suits and Overcoats 1000 i2 501OSchaffner Marx Clothes clothes made widely known clothes United States only make Were agents Boys Suits Suits will withstand patterns and rued guaranteed give satisfaction unbiased Senator manner aggressive thoughtful belongings Negro longer Question- In Massachusetts Mississippi you superior taitormade parmrnls Htckman hardest knocks fabrics styles 150 000 consider Question Question convertible annihilated the Thousands placed another white Massachusetts racial conditions relations between existent whites blacks would continue Massachusetts whites would Mississippi whites Mississippi whites often wrong merely whites Massachusetts without struggle though heaven question For Furs Clonks Dress List Patterns Kidor Golf Gloves Embroidered fable Linen Tablo Cloth Napkins Shoes JIouso Slippers Art Squarn Hugs Couoh Covers Fascinators Shawls Belts Purees Curtains Portion think dollars right dollars should stylo oven though worth dial patronage money fodls receiving clothes culiarities Mississippi Mississippi Combs Suits 1800 to 225 Overcoats 1650 to 20 Boys Overcoats Send your boy hero for his overcoat the larges stock nobbiest styles and host values are oh tainablo Prices 225 10OC Smith II Ambergr v II are too men all ly It are Iny are arc not to of of to e Iis or to the pe of as do is to are not in It Is to in a in C to c one of races in the one case trivial and slight in the other magni fled by the force of numbers and by generations of propinquity and of antipathyThirty years ago the Courier Journal protesting against the effort to reverse conditions and natural laws by act of Congress and in effect to at the South the of the social and political fabric upon the top declared that the question of negro suffrage as it then presented itself would in the end prove ax nothing to the larger qucs raltivap PresentsFor Maybe he needs a pair of suspenders Why dont you buy him a nice pair We show abeautlful line at 50c A pair of gloves would be nice We have them in all kinds golf kid and some silk lined selection that makes sy to 150 Presents For Ladies i A nice piece of embroidered linen or table cover or a set of napkins would be nice We have them in all quail ties and prices How about a nice rug or art square a new let Just received in Smyrna and Moquet all sues and newest designs as low as104 Presents For Girls A new cloak for the girl would be a very appropriate as well as useful See our line at prl- rellCrom250 to 750 A nice new dress pattern in wool or silk would please any girl Prices per yard50cto 100 If b 1 1901 by Hart ScbafTncr tf Marx Hi ttons it Wait said we until the Negro has through a generation or two of freedom worked the poison of slavery out of his blood has outlived and forgotten all the old ties of domestic affection s has acquired the habit without the train fug of freedom has learned the power of numbers without learning the arts of Government and the duties of citizenship and what is now but a Sectional and Partisan issue will a great racial issue boding that which we know not but may readily conceive for the whole TL7TJSace 1 1x All ROIl rrii Jlxln V GOc 50c s4ster- fi wwM 50c mhtiii SOc And Our want who then that look Suit Hate your ing stilt mans who at that candid should Racial They equal blacks hero being human place bottom mooha choosing 50c present large Copyright behind become country at large devastation war and ruin perhaps for what iis called the Black Belt of the South During quite thirty years the CourierJournal always a friend to t the blacks at the outset accepting the War Amendments to the Constitution as the Treaty of Peace be tween the North and the South has whenever the question has come lip for discussion planted Itself upon this general line fighting the two extremes of intolerance bordering on fanaticism in the two sections of the continued on page 8 s wMr FOR MEN Shaving Set Toilet Set Suit of Clothes choice 10 Overcoat Suspenders Necktie Cloths Brush Comb and Brush HandkerchiefsHalf Mufflers Gloves Hats Suit Case Trunk Shoes Shirts Cup and Saucer Cigar Case Shaving Mirror F Travelers Toilet Set Paper Cutter Collar Box Cuff Box Night Shirts IaUmbrella Fancy Case Vest Collar Buttons Cuff Buttons 4 Stick Pins Sweaters r Shot Gun Razor Pocket Knife of all with Cars Tool Horse and Suit of Iron of I 1022 Now choice of our finest Mens SuitsAND Overcoats This and 2000 garments overcoats excepted 590 Now any of our Finest rT Young Mens Suits ages 13 to 17 Bought to sell up to 1500 2so Now of any Childs Suitsin our store were 700 600 and 500 I We make these prices from forced necessity because we are to move Jan 1 This is an extraordinary clothing r iT = r w4 cr Santa Claus Says Buy It Now Do not wait until the eleventh hour and rush to make your Christmas pur chases but come and select now while the assortment IS still large and fresh from Santa Claus pack He left his pack at ELLISONDEPARTMENT STORE BROS where you will find immense assortments ofall kinds of merchandise that you need Ve invite you to call and inspect I FOR BOYS Toys kinds- Mechanical Toys Electric Train traclcfc0e show window Locomotives Automobiles Trolley Steam Engine Cht- Wagons Carts Wagon Drums Whistles Horns Toy Air Guns Rifles Toy Pistols Books Animals Humpty Dumpty circus Clown Figures Banks Hat Cap clothes choice 250 Overcoat Shoes GamesTOYS TOYSTin Toys Wood Toys All kinds Toys buys takes 2500 Montagnac only buys buys choice Some sacrifice Guns WILSON HeaterStop how much money you would save If you cut your fuel bills right in twe and still doubled the heatiug power of your coal The result will be the strongest of all arguments why you ought to own a Wilson Hot Blast Heater It is constructed upon en tirely original prin ciples which are so thoroughly efficient and practical as to make the Wilson the greatest heater in the world Chief among these is the famous C FOR LADIES Cut Glass Japancst China Pictures Fursii Cloak Glovel- Handkerchief Neckwear Hand Painted China Vases Plates Rugs Cups and Saucers Postcard Albums nnPhoto CasesII Glove Boxes StationeryBox Boxes Silverware Toilet Set Manicure Set Music cue Jewelry Box Bonbon boxes Umbrella Fancy combs Collars Bolts Beads Hand Pockets Hat Pins Hats choice 2 Hosiery Dress Goods Table Linen Napkins Towels Doilies Table covers Lunch cloths Sofa Pillows Waists Shawls Skirts Fascinators Fish Set Berry Set china Set Dishes Chocolate Set china Glassware Kitchenware I Hot Blast Wf Down Draft Handkercnief IburnedI 1 FOR GIRLS China Dolls Kid Body Dolls Sleeping Dolls Talking Dolls Dressed Dolls 5c to 5 All kinds of Dolls large and small Doll Furniture Doll beds Doll buggies Doll Outfits Doll Shoes Doll Heads Toy Pianos Toy Stoves Toy Tea Sets Games Toy Ranges Blocks Toy Kitchen Figures Toy coffee Mills Toy Sad Irons Toy books Animals Mechanical Toys Cloaks Dress Goods Hats caps Fascinators I Shoes Furs chinaware Vases Jewelry Pictures beads Necklaces Postcards Christmas Cards All sorts of little things new nnd novel for the little girl HIGHEST CASH PRICE Paid for all kinds of Produce A g Poultry Chickens Turkeys Geese Ducks Butter and Eggs We buy everything Complete stock of ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES- and FRESH MEATS always ready IMPORTANT I Christmas Flowers uLuImy Important iuav ym uiucr your Cut Flowers early J co peU liner prices quoted on application 22Jietartos PHonc Jacob Schulz The Florist LQUISVJLL13 KY jwtr of Oil Powers and Plants south of the Ohio River airstopto think what a esht Irerybedy It run stain Is running fur rudder to running to tM nit girt grad jj r r a oat In the I left te running tr the totagrapher- rn husul oaptalw ii mg front bul- da1 rr ruwriflg from n an In firf u he Courier IIs bII itir t1ug- o 41 ftr owl n I TtlTJt unt SALS STABLE p I at reasonable I i a No 104- KSErc Hr II 500 Uncle Joe Daniels age 78 was found dead In his bed at Fulton last Thursday lie resided in that town for eleven years All the world Is a stageand thei rate oommlsitin Is seeing it It that all editors walk Under a decision of the county Judge of Trlgg county no elect loo can be hold in Cadiz ta docile whether or not saloons shall be al lowed in that plate The decision Is that au ehctton In CadU should lave been asked fir before the county eleftlon Ne need to be saving with oral rhea yw can get It at the price Made by the HlaknuN Ice and Gal Co Read their Ud in this ItsYeI Telephone no 48 WANTEDHorUSarmablc bodied unmarried nun between ages of 21 and JS j dozens of United States of good character and tem perate habits who can speak read and write English for Information apply to recruiting ofieer 126 K Court st Memphis Tenm 236 Main si Tonetboro Ark Corinth Miss or Hlokmaa Ky Open night and day Elite CalII 1 t How People Get Rich rm aiopfed to think how much money other people w they got It Do you know bow they get nib 1 thee Mm and in each ease you will find that some tier loaned how to make a little money de a whole lot row they fcaye big Incomes t you fe the same 1 There is no use in expecting to pbMl fs lIn a hank where you wilt draw 3 per cent per mM over tIN Have you ever stopped to think with you hove drat you could in a few years HUd up your tw a rich man 1 Will you let me ton you how to do it 1 YOUR OPPORTUNITY neot Ute best Concrete Machines on the market a hat wIN MlJply the greatest necessity known to the build Tie dejpand for these machine is increasing so fast how more capital to handle the business For this m incorporating company The capital took will be iivUoil Into shares of 10 each You can lhii A It 3t0 a sharein a few years it will be worth 100 MY GUARANTEE uanntec you 25 per cent en every dollar you invest and i be dissatisfied at any time I will buy back the stock at IM luke ofjSlQ a share If you come in with me on this nut to bs quick about it You can buy this stock Corn Ute installment plan Address all correspondence and remittances to JOHN HENDERSON- P O Box 165 Nashville Tennessee IJLtlrsJLIIN1y IPU tJc Iloru+ a- Long distance linos and tolophonos of this Company onablo you to talk almost anywhoro In Southorn Indlnnn Soulhorn HllnolQ Kontucky Tonronnoo Mississippi and Louisiana We coi put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the j pooplo of this groat aoction of tho country Wo solicit your pntronago Rates reason able Equipments anti facilities unsur passed l CALOWELIIELANnt A Uat MftiiK r rNa 0 HUME trt 1 MF T D WEDAII jjjjr I Our November Subscriber The following is a list of our No vember subscribers t Mrs Archer Doogher Roanoke Va J Mrs Fan nle Prather Union City j Dr E L William Crystal J Mrs Badger Mabel Ky W T Bruer Walnut Log Tenn W N Brasfield State Line i Mrs G Kennedy Monrovia JohnDodsons CayceC ford Route J T Smith Route Frank Oliver East Prairie i D 0 Meacham Scooba Mill I Tom Bone Route j Fred Purcell Warren Ark L D Maddox State Line Jim Iibell Route j T M Rice Route J D Cole Cronansvllle Tenni M Graves Route Coo Boyle Route J Monan Route i J C Hendrix Route I Lon Robertson Mrs J M Reid E D Johnson Wm Stoker 0 B Mooney C L Strioklin W A Johnson Helm KIKwn T A Ledlord F E Case S T Roper A W Reeves J J Anderson Dave Alexander J R Shelby J H tIer J A Hatcher Seth Pewitt Harve Fowler Ed Adams John Cotton FenS Denudes J T Dillon Tom Dillon Sr C C Smith Halfoh Dies Chat George R M Methony K M Oliver 1 A Brook T W Pollock Elite Cafe Lush Cue J 0 Barnes Mrs MeNelll 1 VL Kelley Mrs M Amberg MIl B C Rawage Ben Hcrtweck Chas Trawls and Mrs Settle Trawls HIckmftH THATS IT 1II1I srasmJandwell If you will only try a home of Ballards Ilorohound Syrup your putItxa Bronchitis and all Palraonary dboaa Owe bottle will convince youat your druggist 3Sc SOc DrugStere A Narrow Escape J bnie Pyle our assistant postmaster experienced a narrow escape from death last Friday morning He in company with Tat Glaser wont to Union City the day before to spend Thanksgiving and had made arrangements with Postmaster Stephens to stay until Friday morn Ing returning en the 7 tJO troll Alter being at the skating rink at Union City until nearly midnight and alter returning to the hotel they decided to come through by land Instead of waiting for the morn log train which they did arriving here about four oclock Knowing that he would have to go to work at six John decided to go in he potI office and sleep on one of the tables until that time After they bad gotten into the poitoffioe department a passerby saw the shadows of two persons in the building and supposed them to be robbers so ht called to- his asislstanc a negro and a white man for the purpose ot guarding the building until he could get Mr Stephens lie woke Mr Stephens who with some other men heavily I armed with pistols and shot gUMII prepared for a capture of the sup posed robbers In the meantime Johnie had turned out the light and had gone to sleep to be awakened by some cne coming Into the front door and thinking it to be a robberI he called out What are you doing in here and as no answer came he called What do you want in here Mr Stephens did not recognize his voice and demanded in return What do you want in here Johnle realized that it was Mr Stephens and told him he was trying to take a nap Mr Stephens then left the building and John went to sleep again After leaving the room Mr Stephens remembered that John could not get a train until the next morning and decided that someone was imitating Johns voice so he decided to go back and look through the boxes and if he saw anyone hs would shoot on sight About this time John was awakened by voices and went out in front to find a num ber of men with guns He was a little nervous over the Incident after he realized how narrowly he had escaped He had started once to go out the back door and get some tx 1 L u VV Furniture ForfL Christmas++ THIS STORE is full of Imntleoine Furniture We want your critical inspection No other store in Hiokman affords the buyer greater opportunity for tho exorcise of individual choice of Holi lay gifts anti tho Hntisfnetion of knowing that ho will not bo offered a sub stitute of any advertised article We have just received largo shipment of reed and rottan Rockers both ohildronH and grownups which will bo ofibrodat extremely low prices while they last Wo offer a largo lino of Leather Couches Leather Rockers Library Tables China Closets Music Cabinets Ladies Desks Etc Etc in Quartered Oak Mahogany Birdseye Maple andall the woods and finishes We will keep open every night until Christmas and invite you to comp in wit l Hgu what wo havo to offer you in the way of sorvicablo Xmas gifts Hickman Furniture CoIncorporated Everything in the Furniture Line- Open every night until 830 t JPV VV P4scoal and make a fire but decided not tc very fortunate for him that he did for two men were stationed at the door with shot guns leveled on It and would have shot him had I he attempted to emerge from tbeii door as the plan was to run the robbers out the back way 1 WHATS worth doing is worth doing well If you wish to b cured of Itheumatlsm I use Ballards Snow Liniment and you will be well cured A post Live cure for Sprains Neuralgia Bruises Contracted Muscles and all I the ills this flub is heir to A G M Williams Navasota Texas WrUGl1II have wed Snow Liniment for j sprained ankle and it gave the best of satisfaction I always keep it in the I house Sold by Cowgills Drug Store and Helm h Blltson He strapped the skates onto his feet And blew the girls a kiss When he came to he was In bed AU the doctor said Take thlt TM ladies of the Episcopal Guild will conduct their annual Bazaar at the Rectory on Dec 11th at 2tJO p m Everybody invited R L Bennett and Miss Nell Orr of Mayfield were married in Fulton Thanksgiving night at 3 oclock Loving ones self never ends in a breach of promise suit anyhow Lolforl RanIoI I rf f- JWlOCet16S B rdwa2aJ- Frash Meats ana FledStoiaA CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS 10 I Ii I t to Cures Cancer and Blood Poison- Ifyou have blood poison producing eruptions pimples ulcers swollen glands bumps and risings burnings If Robing skin mucous patches in mouth or throat falling hair bone pains old rheumatism or foul catarrh take Botanic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the blood soon all sores eruptions heal hard swellings subside aches and pains stop and a perfect cure is made of the worst oases of Blood Poison i For cancers tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers persistent el pimples of all kinds take B B BLIt destroys the cancer poison in the I blood heals cancer of all klndlr cures the worst humors or suppurat log swellings Thousands cured by B B B after all else falls B B B composed of pure botanic ingredients at Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stops the awful itching and all sharp shoo ing pains Thoroughly tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per bottle with com plete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Dc scribe trouble and free medical advice also sent in sealed letter A Michigan railroad has ordered that no drunken man be allowed to board the train The rule is a good one The average peanut vender t who sells apples and novels onboard isI sufficient nuisance for any railway coach Chas Morris and family have moved from the country near Clayton to Hickman Mr Morris is en gaged at work with the Mengel Box Factory UnionI City Commercial The illustrated lecture at the Methodist Church Monday night by Rev S A Neblett a Missionary from Cuba was pleasing and in structive A fairly good house greeted the lecturer Montgomery has the nicest line of furniture in town Suitable gifts for Christmas at Montgomerys furniture store 28 A W Duke of Mayfield has taken charge of the L M Kelley stock of goods Mr Bob Joyner of Union City has moved to Hickman where he will be employed through the winter months Our work wins trade The K K i o That is a wise old saying If you want to win a girl begin by making her brat you1 If she hates you and then loves you youve got her she hates you and continues along the same line she wont marry you and you will continue to be your own boss Its a groat rule You wan coming and going Snake in Stomach A number of prominent physicians- of Clarksvllle Texas have forward d to Austin with a signed statement living water snake seven inches length which was pumped from the stomach of a 15yearold negro boy living near MadrelIt is thought the bey swallowed the snake a spring when the reptile was in infancy W W Weldon an employe of the Mengel Box Co formerly in the U S army has been allowed pension of S12 per month His lunJ s were injured while in the service When Fiddling Bob Taylor of Tennessee puts on the toga now worn by E W Car mack the senate wilt have in its membership one of the best story tellers in the United State Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg torrjugh Sleepers and Dining Cars OCTWCCN St Louis and Mobile St Louis and New Orleans Isk or tickets via Mt 0 ILL II 7 r 3r Rousing Values Given RCOATSiOne lot of Suits worth 850 to 1 1250 cut to 598 Every Suit and Overcoat in the house at Reduced Priers On account of the mild winter we are overstocked and are going to make prices that will move all ofour clothing stuk L Also REDUCED PRICES on Ladies and Misses CLOAKS and FURS All to be sold Regardless of Costt Ladies and Misses HATS all go at LESS THAN COST price On some of them well cut price to one half 1 1Ladies Hats worth 6 to 1 12cut to 3 and 6 All Childrens Felt Sailors at HALF PRICE r We are showing a handsome line of Hoilday goods Handkerchiefs Pillow Tops Suit Cases Hand Bags Neckwear Center Pieces Bath Robes Silk Umbrellas Scarfs Doyles Mufflers Gloves c Baltzer DoddsIJ I I Local Notes Opera House Saturday night The new coal yard wants your order t f Endorsed by all usersthe sweets at the K K C B Travis left on a business WednesdayWhat Bettersworih sell Go and see Martin Gilmore of Nashville was c in town Wednesday A feast for a little moneythe good things at the K K f For servicable Christmas gifts see the Hickman Furniture Co Rev Lusts preached at the Methodist church Sunday Lance Savage spent Thanksgiving with home folks in Fulton Miss Pearl Wyman spent a day or two in Fulton last week Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no 481 Mrs E L King is home from a weeks visit with Tennessee relatives Rev J L Gayle will preach at Popular Grove Sunday morning You miss a treat if you fall to buy groceries from Shaw Bettersworth Ben Bramham and little son went to Hickman MondayUnion City DemocratWhen want fresh groceries to Lon Robertsontelephone tele phone 160- Hardware Cutlery Groceries all at reasonable prices Shaw Bet tersworthMrs of near Jordan is visiting her daughter Mrs W F MontgomeryI Go to Cavitt on the hill if you want the best Christmas candies and freshest groceries 28 W C Bryant and wife of East Prairie Mo were the guests of Hickman friends this week Mrs C H Parham and little son have been the guests of Mrs Sidney I Davis at Mayfield this week r Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Black Langshan and Buff Plymouth Rock chickens for saleMrs Annie McDaniel Hickman Ky 26 The school children were given a half holiday Wednesday to be used I in collecting books for the Hickman College Library Quite a number I i of theJLI collection I Pay for your water and light at the ice factory office 26 Miss Annie Cowgill returned from Nashville Sunday WIN Marie Brevard returned from Arlington Sunday uJustlfkeafttfltgdoIf at mothers table Elite Cafe Mrs Dr J M Hubbard spent w Tuesday In Union City Go to Lon Robertson for fresh groceries Telephone 160 Dont fan to buy your coal from the Independent Coal Co tf Cavitt on the hilt sells the freshest groceries in town 38 Deputy Sheriff Johnson was in Paduoab on business Wednesday- See the Hiokman Furniture Cos line of rockers prices 75c to S2000 Cavitt will deliver your goods to you Freshest groceries In town 28 J D Turner of Fulton was the guest of his brother J R Turner SundayArthur Hale was in Union City Sunday to tee hlcr his grand mother A D Knox Freight Agent of the N C was here on business WednesdayBest best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw Bet tersworthIf water and light rent is not paid by the 10th of the month you will be cut off 26 E L King who travels in Mis sissippi for the Cairo Milling Co is home for the holidays Fresh Groceries chickens ergs butter c Will deliver Lon Robertson Telephone 160 Dont get left Go to Cavitts and get your Christmas needs in the grocery line Prices are right and the goods fresh 28 W G Gresham promoter of the Slkeston Southeastern R R was in Hickman on business Tuesday More on this subject later Sheriff J T Seat sold the personal property of Mrs Ben Cravens estate in the upper bottom Wednesday The receipts were about 1000 Mrs T T Swayne and little son of Hickman were In the city this weekvisiting Mrs Swaynes par ents Mr and Mrs Fope Herring Union City Commercial Bondurant and Wilson after hawing the building nut door east of Ellisons dry goods room remodeled Ihave whichI Everybody busy Get the habitsubecrtbe for the CourierShaw Bettersverth sell fres groceriesSee Andrews ad In issueMrs MattIe Bralhcr went to Union City Tuesday Buy where they make good candles at the K K Groceries eggs and tatter always i fresh at Lon Robertsons Montgomery sells coffins and caskets Also burial robes 31 W K Halt and wife of Fulton spent Thanksgiving in Hickman See Montgomerys steak of goods before you select that Christmas present Miss Elizabeth Cloar of Trov has been visiting her sister Mrs E G Oman Telephone Ice Factory Office phone lIOo4S for coal Hlckman Joe and coal Co LOST Memorandum book with some accounts in it Return to 37 J W Rogers The Hiokman Furniture Cowill keep their store open every night until Christmas v Mr Arch Caruthers of Hickman was the guest of relatives Sunday Union City Democrat Mr Schoffner of the firm of Neil Sohoffner at Nashville was in town yesterday and Wednesday Ollie Barnes who is now employed at Hickman was up Sunday to see his parents Union City Democrat Mrs C H Moore returned Wed nesday from Union City where she has been spending several days with relatives E B Lewis solicitng agent for the C of Ga railroad was in to I several days this week looking alter business connected with his road The remains of P Gilmore who was burled in the Hickman City Cemetery about thirtythree yearsi ago were taken up and moved toI Nashville this week Mr Gilmore was once a business man of this city The little child of a family named Hall living near Troy Avenue was found dead in bed Wednesday morn ing The lather works at the Mengel factory and went to work that morn ing as usual and later in the morn ing the mother went lo the bed to take the child up and found it to be dead It is not known how long 1 it had been dead The Village Vagabond Is the title Robert Secrman heLl selected for his new play which will Saturdayhstory to a poor unfortunate traMpwho is accused of murdering Ms partner in a western mining camp He is scat to prison for the crime but escapes and leaves that country for tie Cast where he meets but tor some time does sot recognise Jim Daweeo the real criminal who un der the name cf Stephen Malboume has fraudtntly taken possession of the tramps mining property and through Its successful operation km 0Iion living under the same is suitor for the hand of Marion Hudson a daughter of the murdered son The girl Is in love with one Charles Brockton a cashier in Mal bournes bank the latter in order to prevent him from interferring with his success in sueing for the hand of t1the young lady lakes money from the bank himself and then accntos Brockton of embezzlement He en deavors to send him to prison but is thwarted by the Vagabond and Timothy Towol who have discovered the real identity of the banker and secured evidence of his wit The preliminary examination takes place before Mike Riley a newly elected Justice of the Peace who discharges Ithe prisoner and has Malbourne looked up The whole story Is interesting and the comedy is highly amusing Calvin Saunders excounty reg ister of Oblon County died Monday evening about 7 oclock Earlier in the afternoon he had a stroke of paralysis of the left side which finally resulted in his death Mr Saunders has been for many years a great sniferer from sciatic rheu matism lie leaves a wife and sew eral children His remains were taken to Woodland Mills his old home for interment Mr Sanders is one of the old landmarks of his country having lived there for more than 40 years Mr Sanders was well and favorably known to many Hick man people who regret to learn of his death The scenery for Robert Shermans Vagamvery and the people will be given an opportunity to judge for themselves as the production complete will be seen at Opera House December 8th Prices for the engagement will be only 25c 35c and 50c IFOR SALESmall farm contain ing 55 34 acres well improved lying one mile south of Moscow Ky in Fulton County Same being a por placePriceFor further information address J W Kennedy Oklahoma City Okla Take time by the forelock take the bull by the horns take advantage of opportunity take a flying hop Into the band wagon toot away hustle away advertise grow rich and be happy Hickman College Reports have boa sent out slow ing the grads of the last exami nation The wastes and Juntos have bees MiMtsfcod and the host six in the other grades are as follows ITJ QXAIM Rose optd1tflLillian Qaatc IGrace WfWen 99i7 Grace Rtee fI HNmI QMaa Lois BartUtt 9IU Dora CavtU 9SJ Maggie Lee Kite W5 Maggie Hoary 914 Rasofle Jokneon 9ifi Leah Barry 1361- 111obmt QUIZ lama Tyler 994 Carl Towssad 9J Jars Camftefl 91 Ceoile Baroot 87 Blanobe Helm 36 Virginia Itorster3slated Ak Birdie Glover 95 Pansy Woatherly 94 Pauline Caldwell 90 Lon Nayior 87 JMaggie OHearn 87 Monnle Smith 85 SIXTH GRAM Lillian Coffee 95 47 Corrinne Maddor 93 57 John Durham 91 17 Dave Kelley 91 W Swan Naylir 90 W Miriam Luten 90 S7 FInK GRAVE Laverne Thretkeld tJ7 16 Maurice Wilson 0V Lyte Reid 95 Nellie Giaser 93 Lizxie Moore 93 Luetta Lunsferd 91 FOURTH GRAVX Alice Hodges 97 Fay Glaser 96 Lexie Rloe 94 Helen Tyler 93 Marshall MoDantelA Sam Hayden 8 Scott Collins j THIRD GRABR Ray Bowden 93 Mary Tempa Durnett 1922 rJewelForsythe9lsRorie 912- Notice Blanche Smith All members of Elm Camp W 0 WI are notified to be present at the next regular meeting night on ac count of business of importance A large number of candidates will be initiated Shall we have a Public Installation of Officers will be de cided Piles get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Rememii ber its made alone for Piles and it works with certainity and saUsI faction Itching painful protrud trig or blind piles disappear like I magic by Its use Try it and see I All Dealers Q 4 No Prosecution in Infan6 cide Case The else M wilt r and another woman Hkfaua were cbar eWe was dismissed tars sad Wdai fondants were repm Remlcy It will be r some of our readers v week aco the Want 4 J eksoa had myssno- asd Ute ranter rw w4is ride 04 tIlIItIc a dial of iMwed the oAoers r r was buried TV bo buried IIn the FII I sock It Is alasMan I soee box about rigbteet the ground The skui w what eruehed out this My have been stone boI nmMsh that were n J grave An oM stI = ashes were placed ON f II was otalmed by doood In the trial that buried after mWoifh sight Judge Kaylor although there wet A foul play there WAS evidence Introduced r teraUen to await the grand try However the grand w Q1I1y make an isvotig State Line- J P Maddox spent In Htckrnan The Infant of Mr M reported to be quite ill Mrs Mary Prather w man shopping Friday T C Berry of Mr Friday night near here Mtss Lucy Burrus wu City shopping Monday G B Threlkcld Jr w man Saturday on buiinr Mr Gordon Rice wft City on business Satur u Mr James R Mow ut was the guest of J P Miday Mr and Mrs Loun visited M D Clark and U day PEShaw and L I I went to Union City Mom tradingThe wedding bells will fe In this vicinity soon So s Rumor says B B Sanders spent Su 25th at the home of L t Mr Sanders is now salesrr s Louisville firm The Yazoo Mississippi Valley fIs the title of a new pamj ady for distribution and t J aby the Illinois Central t Company r It describes in detail the rand possibilities of the riche j in the United States For If copy address the undersif tin Manchester lowaJ F rr General Immigration Agent Trade at Hicktwan i T Hi 11Ve Are Ready For You I PHONE 89 gyred the n eIrl- r Lot en1- i bol trht J be FREE IDependable Jewelers And Opticians WTVTTVYTTTTYYYTTTTTTY I IEE COURIER ttu 10111101 l 1 hrorbpra- E DOLL AR PER YEAR I A N ADVANOCI rlrmaa KrcniKtr i IWM mutt MU81 r day December 7 1000 lilt Mo Critic uach law IIn Mis n K of the subject lie pinion If Peary iM and Ute repob to colonise the we will favor Ute i 4Tty in poor at theblll iisputlaI that a big black A seal IB a ladtos inK into the mens t e v trainlltluffiaent 01 t white republican v coach law of more than thirty t1 the invitation alt delegates to at in Des Moines this wy and means to moot to the Federal tug the people the rated States senators I Sutes Supreme Court the Railroad Com Compel through trains 1 silly known in Obion rmout buyers of corn e andAikMIln a bright clear urn market is in full beginii Doming late in thF- not net unloaded till hi The streets fort the warehouses arc vh wagons all ofcm i rn J with narrow lanes I age of ordinary traffic I ranger a pretty fair Idea I andII to the agricultural line 1 Eagerly the opportunity to put you in touch with all the latest and best in Xmas novelties for 1 1906 We are offering the best produces of the most reliable manufacturers and appropriateforage every FOR THE MAID WatchGuard Chain RingNecklace NecklaceStick Hand Mirror o logne Bottle Perfume Spray Manicure Scissors Nail Polishers Bracelets Pen Tray Rockcr BlottcriPaper CutterIVelvet Brush Cold Cream Jar Card a se Glove Hook Purse THE o A littlo list for the Looket Pins Food Pusher and Uhilds is only n partial list of tho gifts thnt wo have in Silver Gold and Gold Filled are E ftgonta for the Pioknrd Prlntod rhino Wo our nt a scale of very prlaoM the thus our priJfIt marks have but ono and tim is Boar in f mind thnt any is nmdi at our Ht m has to bo exactly an or rofundod will bo = on to out of town partins nro rc = fi stations to see these assembled wagons A very reliable farmer who lives one mile this side of the dty tells us that one day this fall he counted 81 wagons all waiting to be unloaded The above is from the Troy News Bwtstor This U doing very well price Dot lots talk of Hktonanablt Besides the hundreds of wagons of corn and the wagons of cotton that keep the cotton gins in Hickman busy every day on Satur day it is next to impossible to get through the ler the wagons sad boggles of our country friends who come here to trade from Ken lucky and Missouri and these wapons go away loaded with merchandise from our enterprising merchants They carry the goods the quality and the quantity and last butnet least they use a supply of printers Ink- Y ought to come to Hickman some Saturday and attempt to walk through one of our department stores and find how almost impossible a task It is If the Legislature is to be called together in special session the ques tlon of repealing the new statue by which a mans taxes can be In creased from 150 to 513 in JO days and his bed sold to collect it should come up for imperative notion if this State is to remain Dent FOR YOUNG GIRL Glass Watch Fob BraceletIHat Pin- Silver Brush Pin TrayII Nail FileII Shoe Hornrr i Book Pin Chatelaine Mirror Diamond Ring Inkstand Baby Cup goods famous ITniid HnncHt Vuluus monoy who BRANSFORD ANDREWS t mnmrmtrtrrtrrtnn HICKMAN awaiting YYYTYYTTYTYTTYYYYYYYYYY1 Brother Tennessee LocketOpera FanParasol BroochPurse Mark- Manicure Set- Chatelaine r ooratlc It is of far more Importance than further temperance legislation Prcllde Roosevelt is said to be a candidate to succeed Platt as sons tor from New York in 1909 The football season with 11 killed and 100 Injured Only one prise fighter has noon kill ed In recent years Football should be put In the same alasswlth other brutal sports and stopped by law In ten years it has cost the country the lives of more than 150 of Its bust young menII I White county Tenn has yet to turn in the result of their election on Nov 6 according to the Carroll County Democrat Sounds like Ken lucky politics Is no excuse for such delays as were had in the recent election concerning the re turns its about time the people were putting a quietus on such political Trial marriages arc not getting much attention in Hiokman Us mostly trials hasthe nicest line of furniture In town Suitable glitz for Christmas at furniture store 28 Doctor = =xWeeds The help that a careful pharmacist can give The medicines that he prescribes must be v exactly right or he loses ground in treating the patient That is not all the patient is to be considered Bring your to us and theyll be com pounded in strict accordance with the doctors desires That means more than just simply following his orders It means that each Ingredient will be pure and that most mod fr Ellison 00 c c 11 l J IFPr + v v Iv4 j 6 MATRON BroochBrush and Comb Set Puff Box Hair Pin Holder Violet Holder Baking Disn Berry Bowl Salad Bowl CandelabraTea Pepper and Salt Nut Bowl Almond Dish Chafing Dish Stamp Box Needle Case Shoe Hook Knives and Forks Salad Set Mr J D is still Is slow over here now was on the sick list last Mr in west to on The the a Mrs T W over here last Mrs J H a of her Mrs was the ol Mrs J O Rev J L ot will it Mrs of was down at Mr and son Sam were over Mrs B C left last to visit her at are in now the men arc here on the at of isI this the in of crop We are to see Mr J T out who has been shut in by an of Mrs and etta were the of Mrs G L and of were the of Mrs T L and a of an time The car is still a with the all over the The arc a deal of on this The man Co have and full of rom that be until the The has an Ky will ensue lOf MENE RingCuff ESilver fSmoking llttlo folksRing Ncokohnin Silver Spoon ScU Tliunbovo Sterling Wo nlflo oflbr holiday uniform ronaoimblo assuring buying public moaning pnrohnso that ropuwntcd Goods sont approval poiiKiblo E UNION CITY TENNESSEE streets closes There legerdemain divorce Montgomery Montgomerys Your Help experienced prescriptions 00crnHelm FOR TilE Dorena Items Pioketl logging Cotttn picking work Miss Joella Byassee week Lon Byass sprat Thanks giving Hiekman Esq Cain Charleston Monday biuiaM moonlight nights give ooonhunter chance Pickett spent several days week Pickett entertained number friends Sunday Polhamns guest King Thanksgiving Lucas Hickman preach Locust Grove Sunday Aydelott Medley Sunday School Sunday Mconey Monday seeing after their cattle White Thus day parents Trenton TcnnThe people high spirits levee grounds workMr Frank Stotts Charleston down week seeing after terest their glad Crow again attack pneumonia Stella Hall Miss Marl Fowlkes guests Miss Stella Hisey Saturday night Carpenter daughter Ruby Fleming Hickman guests White ThanksgivingMisses Lillian Hall entertained number their young friends Saturday night enjoyable reported situation serious problem shippers country local shippers experiencing groat incon venience account Hlrk Grain buildings yards stacked sacked shelled cannot moved situation improves State begun investiga tobaccoIPrinceton Trouble EOpti Trial Marriages Mrs Parsons the wife of a Con gressman who has recently attract 1 ed attention by writing in favor oi trial marriages is barking up the I wrong tree Trial marriage would do away with marriage entirely andII with it would as a consequence be the of the home upon which our nation rests Mrs Parsons sees so much unhappiness in marriage she miRht with better profit to berI self and the country direct her at tention to those things which produce unhappiness in the matrimonial state The craze for extravagant living dressing beyond their means and a maudlin desire for notoriety and foolish display are breaking up hun dreds of homes by dissatisfaction and disagreement and not un frequent ly by a violation of the marital vows If marriage has gotten to such a condition in this country that such a fool suggestion of Mrs Parsons for trial before keeps the fault is largely with the women themselves They should realize that they are not Intended either by law or by the cemmon fitness of things to be mere but helpmates and instead of devoting their time in de vising plans to spend what their hus bands make they should either help him to make or at least help him to save what he makes If men would insist upon the Divine law that wives should be subject to their husbands and woman would get ti proper regard of their duties as wives such silly suggestions as Mrs Parsons makes would not be heard of and the divorce courts would have much less to do Remarkable Proposition To turn over the postal service of the Unite States to a private corporation under strict public control Is the remarkable proposal made to the Postal Commission WD Boyce of Chicago pub lisher man of big affairs and several times a millionaire made the pro position on behalf of himself and associates whom he did not name to take over the postoffice business and run it on business principles The proposal includes agreement Immediately to cut postage rates in half There could be no deficit un der such an arrangement for th Government to meet because the corporation would have to make ends meet I E FOR THE Watch Chain Watch FobILinks StudShaving Bowl Shaving Mirror Military Brushes Whisk Broom Cloth Brush Hat Brush Soap Box Check Cutter Match Box Gillette Razor E Rnttlo goods generous seriously destruction ornaments re=Mr Boyce wants the postal corporation under a postal commission which shall be the regulating and supervising agency of the Government He proposes to pay Uncle Sam rental for all postoffice quarters occupied in public buildings and over against this he designs to charge the Government regular rates for all services performed for it These Government services he now esti mates at 25000000 annually At half the present rates this would be cut to 12500000 Applying business methods to post office affairs would result in immense economies in transportation Mr Boyce figures that the expenditure for railroad haulage would be cut from 50000000 to about one half that sur- aYoung Lady Here is Your Opportunity Can you figger If so here is your chance We will give below a problem for you to solve and the first correct answer brought to us or mailed to the II Prize Department of the Courier before 7am Dec 19th we will give you choice of a years subscription to the Courier or a silver dollar All answers must have your name on the paper We will record each answer and thtPJreceives at this office and if two cor rect answers are received the same day we will equally divide the prize The problen is tc find what our cir culation is Base your calculations on our regular eight page paper and printing a paper every week in the year except Christmas week if you were to take every paper re print during this time and place 1 them end for end then take the length of the papers and form a a circle the diameter of this circle would be 17642917 feet If you were to lay thorn side by side they would cover ground equal to 23 33 acres Laid end for end they would reach 298 mites beyond Waverly Tenn on the N C St L Ry from HickmanHere your chance Get your answer in by 7 a m December 19 so we can publish the name of the if winner in our Christmas number Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night ut the Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg F y yi s F- II l I 11 i cwrseiL iit yourtIft Christmas selections early you suffer no dis I appointments You know how it is r Our New and Beautiful line of Holiday GoodsI full of choicest selections for Christmas trade are IF Fnorv ready for your inspection and approval I Suggestions I Our stock embraces all that is desirable and nil that is good in the lino of jewelry We have n lino of Holiday goods thnt cannot be excelled for price nnd quality What we offer you is certainly appropriate for Christmas Giving 1 Come in andsee L r this line TODAY I A fine selection of could wish this line for Holiday Gifts You must see them C a I 1 1 s I Concert a Success The band concert given by the Hunziker Concert Band at the Opera House Thanksgiving night was a splendid success from every point of view On this occasion the bond cele brated its Fourth Aanlversary giving a splendid demonstration of what may be accomplished by stick ins ever at a thing and Prof Hunziker is to be congratulated upon his untiring efforts in making this band the peer of musical organization of Western Kentucky as are also the boys in the execution of their task- Misses Mabel Fuqua and Mable Wilson assisted materially with vo al solos both of whom are accomplished musiciansHickman may well feel proud of her band and always welcome their musicales and concerts with a liberalt patronageIn of Rip Van Winkle may you live long and prosper EARLY TO BED hellthyhappytake Herbine before retiring A ConstipationDyspepsia Mrs S Columbia Tenn writes yourHerbinewith the relief it gives in constipation and all liver complaints that words cant express my appreciation There is character in the sox men wear says an exchange The black stocking denotes weight and dignity i i the red aleaning profligate ways i the pale blue a vapidity and mush room desire to be in the swim What about the country editor who according to tradition wears no sox at alii During the winter it it to be hoped that the moths will not eat the holes in those pretty packedaway peeka boo waists And especially is it hoped that if they do they will not eat them any larger than they are at present Autumn sidesHorehoud candy for that cold at the K KS o DIAMONDS IWATCHES CLOCKS CUT GLASS tNovelties cIt TWW4 everythingyou inI SCHLENKER Htckmm Have You Worked The Problem We are getting answers to our problem In last weeks Courier They are many and varied Of course this being the case theyii cannot all be correct We were given aa answer the other day stat ing that our circulation was a little I over two hundred and seventy thous and papers Well this might do- orf the St Louis Republic but not us The gentleman also have become i interested and are working at it although they are not eligible in the contest However we might say none of them who have told us their answers have solved it correctlI Some of the young ladies however are guessing rather close which goes to show which are the bestI raathcTiallcans Work this out and send your answer in you may be the lucky one We would suggest that you work the problem all three ways and see if you get the same answer all three ways Some one will get the dollar It is a very small remuneration but will serve to show how well you are keeping inII practiceII See the Hlckman Furniture Cos line of rockers prices 75o to 2000 Esq H S Sacra last Tuesday alIthe hi performedi n marriage Mr Wm J Knighlso- and Miss Lela M Diggs The groom lives in Arkansas and the bride resided at fllckman Union City Commercial T P Benton Contractingand Hauling Anything AnywhereAny time Telephone 50 it Attention Public The public will take notice that there will be no paper issued from this office during Christmas week- sA is our usual custom we will take a weeks recreation and get ready for the new year Our list is ue will be dated Friday December 21 but will be printed and put in tthe office Wednesday the 19th Mo work will be done in the office at all I the next week and no work will be accepted that is received too late to be completed by Thursday the 2Hh Neither will any advertising matter be accepted later than Tuesday noon and then must not be of such aatu that will prevent the paper being pt in the office Wednesday afternoon If you want anything in that iMue the largest of the year you must get it in the office early the earlier the better It would be better to have it in early Monday morning We will print a special Cnristmas edition and it will be very suitable to send to your friends If you want any extras spoak for them early4 Reprint NewsHerald Then- is at least one effectual safe an reliable Cough Cure Dr Shoops that we regard as suitable even for the youngest child For years Dr Shoop Bitterly opposed the use of opiates or narcotics in medicine off ering 10 per dropto say one find ing Opium Chloroform or any other poisonous or narcotic ingredient m tnhe challenge is as yet unanswered Here is one manufacturing physician who welcomed with much satisfaction the new Government Pure Food and Drug Law The public can now protect itself at all times by Insist- Ing I on navlng Dr Shoops when byAllJ N Bradshaw Esq of Hick man was in the city last week Mr Bradshaw spoke of the illness of his wife and children They havent been entirely well for two or three months Union City Commercial Some Hickman men who never have any other opportunity to be heroes marry young +++A444 I I I I MM + +THE A Sof E COLUMN + t I I I I tIt t I I t t + +++ JAMBS HSAUNHERS The Unions of Fulton County meets follows Hkkman 1st and 3rd t uraday nights Simmons 2nd and 4tn Tuesday J P m Montgomery- nd and 4th Wednesday Jp m CayCe lit and 3d Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets lit and 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Every one te cordially Invited to attend these meetings Well I well I what do you think Thanksgiving brought to me 11 found a sow with sixteen pigs and only twelve places to teed them Now isnt she a regular dumper That it lust the way we farmers do We raise billions of bushels of grain and have room to take care of only a few millions Then we grumble at the railroads if there tt a our famine and we frumble at the buyers if they nave no pens Mere houses or elevators for us to dump our crops in We own the laud the trees the lumber and everything ecousary for building our stoic horses except a few nails and yet we grumjle If oar buyers take the nest ef storage Ito wrancc and loss out ef the price 9i our products But you saywe did not haw time to build all these thing for this years crop Are we getting ready for noxt year How many bins are we building Have you read Prosl dent Everetts address Then yu know hex accessary it is to have moro telephones Are we putting them tapl Some of our good friends tell us that the Cumberland Copa will soon own all our rural Hues a this true If so who will be to blame Are we making our No long r ami stronger aRt better The A S of E completed HMOIM crrtainty and profit In agriculture for Ail future time and equity II every COHUYIYes they con be accomplished Farmers are very different now from what they used to be Even the childrens papers which are publish ed for the school ehiMron ton us that the price of wheat is befog Ise up by the farmers who arc holding their wheat for bettor prices 3ft Little Chroolde published in Chicago Formerly farmers let other poop do their thinking far them and they either followed or wore Many farmers arc now people of IB dependent thought Their old bodies may harangue before them but they ask themselves is this so measured by the standard of the new education Hundreds of problems do not look the same now as they did a few years ago and this all on account ef the new education given by the American Society of Equity and its paper Up Farmingt to others to help farmers now know that the must look to themselves and that iIn themcelv is all the power they need while from the outside they oannotI now or ever hope for salvation rem the monopolies and trusts that have heretofore been their masters Or ganize and you will to on be in control of the situationCHILDRENS Verdcure worms all childrens diseases It net only kills the worms but removes the muous and slime in which they build the nests Its action on the child i mild and leaves him in a healthy condition Joe Daniel Surmac Tenn says that he gave one of his children Whites Cream Vermifuge when the doctor thought it had colic and from the first dose the child passed 73 worms Sold by Cow gills Drug Store and Helm Elli seaAccording ncwipaperIInow being made from pig weed The old way was to run the pigweed through the hog but some wise gentlemen have made a machine that works like a hog so to speakI and refines the lard without the help of the afore said porker Please pass the pie the crust of which is mad from pigweed lard I M W Glasgow and Miss Martha Louise Taylor both popular young people of Mayfield were married In Fulton Nov 28th HICKMAN MARBLE WORK I I ESTABLISHED ProDSuccessor Marble and iranite 1YlonumentsI ofKindsI to ti HICKMAN JiKEN i1w I Will build you A HOMEON JOAMV MONTI 1LV 1A1 wr It will to p1lItrrrt I carry the only complete line of building ma hardware sash and loon to be found in the city are right You be the judge j call and see w A DCDDS1 1Vt4 J A COTTON F COTTON ADAMSI v Plumbing r Tinning All Kinds of Soxaitfcry Work FittingrKeopin stt ok nt nil times Stove BOHM Collar Kings Stow Shovelti Blnok Silk 5tm- I 011 8l1rth Inku a s ptolnh or rolmtrtnx nil Htovufl handle stove pipu of nil kinds Ctt Joints Plain nod Kuwiaii Iron PijM WV personal attention and tfunruntou sanafmtH YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High QunLtv at guarw antee expert hone shoeing and hlntksrmth work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds lePlow Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters JIARRYRHICKMAN KENTU KY CAFvUTH 7RS OA l1f4J and POTULM LUNCH PA1t I sll Seasonable Fruits CakesYFine Candies Etc Dont fail to hone the Eluotrio Pin CA RUTH ERSPHONE 90+ SOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITYsAre you making as much off your farm as you ought + 1 are making all you can The trouble is the land cost takes to much money to buy a big lam and so you are u living on a small farm or perhaps you arc renting one an share of what you raise in rent Wouldnt it be better to price of good land is so little that you can own a big farm acre of the ground is working for you and all you raise J goodjprofiits i There are thousands of acres of ferUe land in the Scthe line of the Cotton Belt Route that can be bought for from ears This land is increasing m value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost r yourlayr the first and third Tuesdays cf each month you can purcha ticket to any point in the Southwest on or via the Cotton I i examety you are intersted in Write at once for free copies of books describing tfc c country and for ful information about cost of tickets etc W C PEKLKR D P A Cotlon Itch Route 25 South lcMmpMs Tans i iih hHickman Realtu Co Sac Buy and Sell Real Estate Build and Rent Houses looking for a itr Investment AND IBB US AIM to buy a lot r want a heme vmmio AND sn ui- se tftr on reasonable tr the following Real Estate for Sale Ono Sow Dwelling aced on tbebffl- tt noighbsr ani Baa foe 4l hall and a Ift and water t and GIld wa- rlUr Md brae rx iiftU- uR TTO ANT One ltoom House adjoMae the room haUa k potcMI U- IfIr cloifit with w ter Bteotric r end basement One louse 4 riots a mall SMjw e M leaent Wilt- ratnr 19 Houses and Lots ktnan all rent Paying tenants i are Rev jutt Have had from FTEKX appMca n louse before These houses 1KTBRMT On rnt WH1 sell J whole on rea rms 50 Good Lots ckman We of r Dr way want V or in bloofci Are lIed with good the demand for cannot be filled r rented to good profitable rentals partiesato a d easyh4 pay One Choice Lot xaled one block jf An excellent build a home firm I landsLUll Acres Fine land atom about 125 I ifnod and all could eared Will sell IGOUre Farm Fine land No the bottom About- r i cleared Good end good tenants ii this cheap em1l AND SEE US I w s EllisonMeleager A Fulton Couple Marry In Washington D C A marriage of much social interest In Fulton was that of Hayden Free man and Miss Lucy Savage which took place In Washington D C yesterday Miss Savage hadbeon attending the Episcopal Instute in Winchester Va since September She Is the youngest daughter of Chas Savage of this city and is a youngladySaturday for Princeton he said but finally landed in Virginia where Ion Wednesday he in oompany with Miss Clara Savage who is also at tending school in Winchester and Miss Lucy Savage his promised bride left for Washington where the ceremony was performed on i Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Free man left Washington last night for Pulton where thc will make their future home Mr Freeman ta the popular jlerk In Read waiter An dorse office anti hi woH known m i Fulton having lived here since a child A hoot of friends and relatives are awaiting their arrival to shower thorn t with oMgratalatteM and host whhos for a long and happy HteltIleII Leader A splendid opportunity to learn PreACh accurately Is being ottered I by Prof J A Richardson who IIII organicing a class la this city nII terms Arc c one pupil SS two pupils I 4 each throe ot more pupils J I each per monih of twenty Ileesons of one hour Pre Rtchardeo WAS aII inetructor m Part for fire years and t two or three month of Me system I wilt render a spit eltgfMc to travel independently in Prance If tIt terested inquire at Berondos Book Store or Ute Courier offtee A mans wont enemy is Ms selfish Oslo It narrows nod poisons Ms ex istence and transforms him Into a slave of self neater selfishness I is like a narrow unhealthy cage where all our being languishes 4 Love Is the free vast horison acreII the sovl ono spread Its wings I As the Loulsvnie Post suggests 1 if the troops at Brownsville had been t white no one would have railed any serious protest against their dls charge The assaults made on the president have been because the troops discharged were negroes So far as the Southern people areII concerned they would have been Just as prompt to resent the riotous action of a white regiment as theyI were to resent that of a negro reg- Iment No community will submit to being made the victim of a letI of drunken soldiers who commit murder and start a riot In a peaceful community no matter what theirI color may be The windows of our 1 local mer chants are attracting no small amount of attention It seems that the displays are something superior to anything ever witnessed here in former years The dressers have evidently taken extra pains to have each firms window look the nicest and the natural result is a spectacle to be admired by all the holiday shoppers and a difficult matter to ascertain which is the nicest in ap pearanceIThe attention of the little folks as well as the larger folks bu been at tracted this week by the novel window display in the toy room at Elli sons An electric toy railway has been placed in the window with a winding track in and out of the numerous toys which reminds one of a real mountain railway the motive power being furnished by well thats for the little folks t guess But anyway the train runs around the track all the time and no one pulling it and serves as anI excellent inducement for the littleI folks to view all the toys displayed u Death at State Line Mr G W Marshall one of the best known and respected farmers of this section died at his home near State Line Monday He was fifty five years of age and leaves fou r children who have the sympathy ol the entire community In the loss of their father j t i- 1f i t i r 1 b PAIN dr j roesalutlrmnztln1f1fII1IIA Irr 0IrKMtlralfel Ilr Hhonpf llmiUtiw TftbiH jnotnIHdtMlslnttplpfti iMjr it utrtljr rpuraus UM Uuwl dm I prwurI1IIIIIIIy11rWetsoersIsreftamepa ceptandssI IAuIWelrtar recommend Dr Shoops HeadacheTablets ALL DEALERS Growing Tendency to Move to Hickman If a person will take the trouble to troop an eye on the local papers of the towns surrounding Hickman for a radius of fifteen or twenty lanes they will note that there are famfllM nosing to Hkkmon all the time We seldom pickup a paper that we do sot see of some family moving here This it occasioned by the InONOiriM and manufactories of the town offering an opportunity for employment to those who wish IU There are many other good reasons that this state of aihlrs can be at tributed to BJckcal is a good place in whisk to live and there peo pie roallse it It Is an easy matter for one to get employment The only draw back fe the matter of getting honces The demand seems to be so greet that they cannot be supplied And mote houses from half a doeen to a doaen are under comtnKtfcM alt the time When the sees is taken in 1910 Hickman win sfcow a population of 6000 as against l Wla 1900 The popu tattoo this spring was 3445 W F Montgomery the furniture man has purchased the property on the south side of Clinton street re cently oeoupled by the pool room and will move Ms stock of goods there the first of the year The store room occupied by him now will be used by the Farmers Hardware Co the purchasers of the building The Immense coal fleets have be gun 10 come down the river and will continue as long as there fs a rise In the river or as long as there Is luf fioient water to permit A Caruthersville minister preached a sermon on profanity During the discourse he took the ground that damn was not swearing but simply used by men to emphasise what they say The minister while calling on the members of his congre gation a few days after met a young lady one of the vivacious girls who said t Elder that was a damned good sermon you preached last sab bathOwing to the paper famine In the South we air compelled to git out the Free Press on a postal card this week but as we only had about two dozen cards the rest of our edition will have to be oontcellcd Of course no rebate aint gain to be give by us on standing ads because this here was an accident of Provi dence ter which we aint responsi ble This savas us 785 and to increase our good luck Cy Lyle has hired us with S3 and a can of moon shine licker to make speeches agin him ft r jestice of the piece Things is sure coming our way at last Hardeman Free Press The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will conduct their annual Bazaar at 23o0 p m Everybody Invited c1runh raUh AGENT FOR Nashville Steam Laundry None better Few as good- r Leave Laundry at Smith I 0 I Jo 4 L 0 rJ n 1 Band Concert To Be Repeated The Hickman Concert Band will repent their concert with an entire change of programme tat the opera house on Thursday night December 27th This time the proceeds will be for the benefit of the Daughters of the Confederacy The music last time was so well appreciated that we feel sure that as large if not a larger house will be in attendance If you like music attend and never regret it Tall Corn Stalks Nearly every newspaper In the country is telling the story that a certain farmer near this or that town had a narrow escape from death recently while gathering corn He lost his balance while plucking the topmost ear and plunged head fore most downward After falling two stories he caught another ear and huhg on A load of hay was pushed under him and he was roecued We have some fairly tall corn in this nook of the wools The tops of the stalks are mantled with con tinuous snow Several farmers nearII Hickman are gathering their corn from the Missouri side by cutting the stalks and letting them fall acres the river They chop off from 50 to 7ears from each one load their wagon and use the stalk for a bridge la returning to the Kentucky side And that the reason a certain grain company failed to put in the ferry they wore talking of this summer We could tell you of better corn than this lout you might thirk the Couriers telling a fi- bCampbellWilliams I Mr Ktbert Campbell and Mite Fanny May Williams of the Crystal I country were united in marriage last Tuesday night at the borne of the brides parents by Rev Foust Mrs Campbell Is the pretty and all complished daughter of Dr E L Williams a social favorite and a charming young woman The groom Is a son of Robt Campbell both well known families In that country He Is a ftne young man The nuptials were followed by a wedding supper Quite a number of guests were present and the occasion was very pleasant Miss Williams Is a niece of Mrs Fannie Shaw of this city and visited here often Woodland Mills Mrs G B Bonus returned home MondayMiss Ollte Threlkeld was In Union City Tuesday Prof J M DeBew is visiting eel atives and friends here Miss Jennie Burrus was the guest of Fannie Brasfleld Thursday Messrs Ferdle Maddox and Hugh Bdd Curlin were in town Sunday Miss Lassie Curlin has been very ill with liptherla but is convalescin now Mrs G B Brasfield Jr has been very ill at her mothers Mrs G B Brasfield Mite Sadie Fry was the guest of Miss Tillman of Kenton Saturday SundayMiss Curlin entertained a few of her friends at six oclock tea Thursday evening Miss Fannie Btasfield entertained a few of her friends at a delightful Thanksgiving dining Mrs Linnie Threlkeld arrivedI home Wednesday to enjoy Thanks giving at home and will return to Martin Tuesday At the recent State election the combined vote as certified by the Secretary of State cast for the Bern ocratic candidates for Congress was 155820 while the total vote of their Republican opponents was 126162 which shows the handsome majority of 29658 Mrs A D Williams died at her home a few miles west of town after a short illness and interment was hadI 2s3 years old and had been marriedI only about a yearS i iJ t 1- r y t h NOTICE Your Water and Light rent iis due on the t t FIRST OF EACH MONTH and if not paid by the r TENTHwill be cut off This took effect NOVEMBER 1 1906 Pay at the Hickman Ice Coal Co office at i the Ice factory Office open from 7a m until 6 p m every day except Sunday and on the 9th and 10th of eachmonth it iis open until 9 p m Hickman Ice Coal Co- A 0 CARUTHERS Mgr 1 he Skating Tonight Tonight the proceed of the Skating rink will be donated to the local Chapter of the United Daugh tern of the Confederacy and a large crowd oi skaters and spectators will be there This ic aa opportunity to have some real fun Those who participate in the skating always en joy iheawolvM to the utmost as al so do those who look on It is ex pooled that tonight there will be the largest crowd in attendance that there hoc ever been Go and have your fun The mortar hi the brick chimneys at the College has rotted until theI chimneys were deemed unsafe and this week the caps are all being torn away and masons are engaged putting new ones on- Rosedale Has Moved The public will take notice that I have moved my photograph gallery over Ledford cis Handles store where I will be prepared to take cnreof my customers in the future I thank you for your patronage in the past and solicit a continuance A S Rosedale Dont overlook paying your water and light account by the 10th of the month 26 The SpmgMC has left the coal district for New Orleans She has In tow fifty boats containing 1300 000 bushels of coal While this is not the largest tow ever taken South by this boat it is bigger than the usual consignment and has the distinction of being the first to move South in months The Hioknun Correspondent of the CourierJournal has waked up tto the fact that Hickman is the busies- tnwn in West Tennessee or Kentucky a fact which can be attested to by a visit to and a careful observation of soyagA large number of real estate trans fers have been made in Fulton county in the past week and recorded here at the Courthouse The transfers have amounted to over 10000 Hlokman 1 lion a building bourn and about fifty houses have been erected this fall and many are now In progress The town is building in every direction and houses are being erected in places that it aeemed im i possible to build The hillsides are being graded The population has increased nearly 2000 in the last tour years and is now 4000 and still increasing t I end M Noses Indicate Temper Women who have the long + straight nose extreme in all its out lines are usually women of very timid sweet dispositions Women who have little short fat noses are generous easy tempered and pleasant to live with but not as a rule handsome The sweetest of American types Is the nose that is just long enough but the least trifle broad foe its length It is not squat by any means It suggests good health and good temper It Is the ideal judged from the American mans standpoint Statistics show that the nice full sensible nose gets the husbands If the nose is thin and nostrils fine and narrow it means that the woman has a poor air supply and that she is liable to suffer from lung troubles and ah things that have their origin io the heart rThe Holiday Season The holidays are approaching more rapidly than some of us can realize It doesnt seem credible to say that it is only two weeks until M Christmas when the little folks will be in their glory Another year has almost passed and it has been a successful year for the Courier The merchants of the town are gradually and surely waking to the fact that it requires the cooperation of the newspapers and printers ink to conduct a successful business and the public In general begins to real ize that a community is a very dead one to say the least that does not do all it can to support a good local paper We are exceedingly glad to say that the people of this com munity give us their hearty support effortstto give them a good local paper and we in return appreciate their support The merchants who are make ing a success in their business are those who use printers ink and we feel vain enough to believe that this is a great factor in their suc cess We will issue only two more papers this year those under date of 14 and 19 We will take a need led rest during the holidays and trust that all our readers and patrons will enjoy themselves as much as we anticipate Twocent Rates A 7eent a mne passonger rate over all railroads Jin Kentucky will be ordered by the Kentucky State Railroad Commission within the next three months ane probably earlier While it is possible that some of therrailroads will resist the order In the courts it is certain that the ordertwill be issued and it Is believed by the legal advisers of the Railroad Commission that Itwill be made effective shortly after the order is issued All the members of the State Rail road Commission are now in Louis ville putting the finishing touches on a movement inaugurated some months ago to lower the prevailing freight rates in this stale Mrs T J Malone who is in a hospital at Nashville Iis reported to be getting along nicely l N 1 iii i j lo You Eat 2 i 11pTktfiYnu Want IhtllHSTI I have purchased L D Perry s Restaurant and ask my friends to alIiII r meals FRESH OYSTERS served in any style when in season grDinncr 1130 to 100 I Full line of Confections Cigars c ti tuthr Watsoa itt i uo C tri esVMeet4atLAUDDD II a 15 TONSORIAL LKSII t PARLORS I f Best in Hickmn I i f cold baths electric lights rI 4and fens hydraulic chairs J IIand everything for com for I tC11tGt mcaa K- pI tlIINext door to i4 1epTT 4 i Cask Book Store t L Splendid Selection NEW BOOKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c gtr Gall and see our Stock j thing up to dateII I MARY BEIESDBB C- uB 1 I T DAVISIgrttotucy at awi Win practice io all courts in the State Office over Ledford Handles store- HJCKMAX KIHTUCET gl PlurnDing I have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicit your patronage in Plumbing Heating k Tin kinds and Sheet Metalwork of a ALL WORK Fuurr CLASS Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R B BREVARD Hickman Ky Your launclrl should have its just share of your attention If you are r particular about your dress i appeararce let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry I TuesdayKennedy Corum rraacy at Htlm 4 tillon man Mine Co INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 i L Dr S K DENTIST Ollloo over- Oowgflls Drug Store Hickman Kentucky 1t f2I r s 3 runt ircfe zcflcJ 1 If you writ try as hard to win your boys leve as you at one time did to win his mothers you will wrists to a position of Influence ia his heart which will enable you to direct the current of his entire life into proper channels We pause on the threshold of an other Christmas Another year with its many changes has quickly flitted by and oh the changes it has it has wrought We think of many many homes about us and the vacant hairs occupied by loved ones a year ago Many hearts will be heavy today aad eyes red with weapinjc A world of dmngesand uncertantiet Let your hearts be kind today M your words be soft sad tender Be Ihappy wink you may snake others happy while you can and may this Christmas Day be fraught with blessings rich for you dear reader even though you rasp wear the mantle of sorrow Is the sun a failure beaiaee some imprudent pczethemselves and experience s e stroke Is the ocean a failure because acme are so unlucky as to sink In its waters 1 Is sweet fresh water a failure bec cause some are drowned in it Is is fire a failure because it sometimes causes loss and suffering Is commerce failure because all do not succeed in it Are railroads aa Isythe atmosphere a failure because of storms Is human society a failure because of A few evils In it Ii in education a failure because some do not turn knowledge to good account 1 Are all human rotations failures because all final not perfect happiness in them 1 Questions like the fortgoing could be oontinuod ladefialtcly but it k very evident marriage is no more a failure than any of the things above mentioned What would human beings become without the homes that marriage brings They would sink far below the brutes Unworthy bad people may themselves be failures in marriage or worse out of marriage but marriage itself isI a divine IMSoaOlIr rYour school of course is progreslII onlyIa matter of course You hoar the bell ring at eight in the morning you know your children are net ont the rampage at home turning things repay turvy all the day but outside of this we fear your personal knowledge is very lame Now there should be daily watchfulness and I care on the part of the pIlre ntlI Inquiries should be made of scholars ol their progress and an activeII j interest taken In their advancement Occasional visits should be made tott the school room by every parent Communication should be frequent with the teacher in regard to theII child In every possible avenue the parent should exhibit a real interestl in the school standing and progress of the child The knowledge ofII such interest will put the child on his guard and mettle and spur himii on to greater exertion The gist ofII the matter is if you would haveII your schools what they ought to beII and what you desire they should beII you should have no lees interest than the teaoher or scholar nor no more think of losing this interest than they from the time the school opens in the fall until it closes in the spring o summer Much depends upon a cheerful start for the day The man who leaves home with a scowl on his brow and a snap at his children and a tart speech to his wife instead of a kiss is not likely to be pleasant com daynhe will probably come with the temper of a porcupine Wise plans should be laid for every day that i be not an idle saunter or an aimless bustling to and fro Yet to make good speed on the right track we must not start overloaded not too many things to be undertaken lest they prove ahasty botch work The journey is not made in a cushions H 1 HowsYour YourLiver It will pyyou to take food ewe of your Yyr because If you do OUr- Uur will Uk soot Ute of you SIde Bvff puts you aU out of KrtJ nuke you sole dizzy sick at the ttosueh Ares you stoeudi achthuJadw matins etc Wn liverd keep you wU Vy purifying your I blood and dice ting your fooJrThere Is only one ute eerttln retUbla liver ntdldiw an that U- Bedfords aa1II Ii BlackDraught i i rot over 60 ran this wonderful mulatto ftRKiJr has bn the tUnd by In thouunJ of homes asd It toUrIthe favwite hver mtUldM In the wodiaIt acts Gently on the Mver ant Ids n ys end doss Mt Irritate Ux KowtU a It cans censUwtten rtHevcs con- CftUoftn putlAt the system from aft ovtrt ev of bite thtrtby kerfinc UM testy Ito perfect hMlth Price 2e at ail drutxUU and ultrw Twtlt i but on foot and the most galling vexations and worrying care Steady walking ought net to tire any healthy lady or soulI It Is the overstrained rash whether ia business study that breaks people drawl specially the insane greed for woolt or the mad ambition grea ing brain and nerves to a hey The shattered nester sad sodden deaths all our sad business centers toll a sad story A Read rule Is to take short views Sufficient to the day u the toll thereof no man is strong to bear todays load with tomorrows load piled on top of it A boy at Afteen years of age Is in my opinion at the most important period of his life He te nt the orks of the road What he needs more than anything slat U sympathy and advice It would be strange indeed U boys did not build castles in Spain at that age and what they is the practical suggestion of I someone who is himself a success in life to guide them Most peeple think that beys do not need either sympathy or advice It is a great mistake They need it as much as firls I have never known one ef to refuse to take advice if it were tendered to them at the tight time in the right place and in the spirit The mistake that most people make in talking to boys IIs that they lecture them in season an out persecute them with all sorts of foolish suggestions and expect more from them than they would from a man If I had any word of counsel to give it would be Dont lecture a boy Dont nag him Dont per Hade him if he her done wrong Dont laugh at him if he has tailed perhaps in some overambitioul boy lab schemes Dont crush him Dont break his spirit Give the boy a chance Show him his mis take and then show him what he should do When you crush a boys spirit you have ruined the boy 5 Iin all probability he will blossom Into a frat alass dude h To have beautiful perfect pink velvet like lips apply at bedtime a light coating of Dr Shoops Green Salve Then next morning notice crackedror colorless lips mean feverishness and are as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve Iis a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store an- r be convinced Large Glass Jars 2Scts All Dealers A branch of the American Society of Equity has been organized at Millcrsburg with a membership of twenty eightalso a branch estab- t lished at Springfield Kywith a good membership If you belong to 1thll society dont be a sleeper push The A S of E has come to stay Dont overlook paying your water and light account by the 10th of the month 26 r ivi The Race Question cont from paB 1 UnionThe solo hope ef the Negro ii to tate him out of politics As long as he it the subject of agitation he will he a menace trot only to the peace of he country but to himself The racial ieeue in the South means life or death i but the North cannot wholly rK ape it Though the difference be tween the Negroes of the North and Nefroot of the South Is as the between seml eivllleat fort ml total barbarism there are yet Negroes enough At the North to make trouble and to muddy the Eaoh agitation draws u- earer c to Racial conflict It this annot be diverted all that Senator says will come true He who claims more lor the Negroes rasa would be claimed for the whites a worse enemy of the wegrc thanI nc who would concede him nothing The effort to mkc him exceptionall at tine root of the evil j exception t u an oHeohoKIeT exceptional ass soldier exceptional as the Nation ward He hits all that the law COD give him If he cannot matauixi himself and so work out Me dutitiy then be will show himself a racial inferior and all the extra laws mistaken pattaatarepy can do will only tend to hart not to help himThe oircsuftstanoet aUoadtag Sea tar Tfltaaas lecture in Cfeloago are not oredHaWe to our boasted IneUlu Uoaal freedom and enHghtcnod patrioUMa to say nothing about oowmoa sense and good feeling wafts the outcry over the action of the Freotdent in the mailer of the Negro troops only shows that there are too many people and too many newspaper willing to pray with fire There are plenty of fools to the South Bad men too Nor all of them white Ditto at the North Also good men North and South black and white Unfortunately the bad men furnish argument to the fools folly piling up faggots of hate as fuel to ignorance the good mow and women of both races the victims Our hope Is that even as our l groat Republic has survived so many porn and solved so many problems we shall weather thus not the least of them all t but not if the Question k to be kept a Party Question and seetteftolized with an Intolerant and fanatical Extreme m each section to whoop it up I i I candyTabletwillStageProvonllcsa j oheck on approaching add or LaI grippe When you first catch j or feel It coming ORtake coldI Shoops Preventke and the prompt effect will certainly surprise and please you Preventios surely sup dply prcrCntlono sees by All Dealers John Ayros and two sons were ar rested at MWdiesbero thtweek charged with arson They arc charged with setting tire to the stock barn of James Lynaa Monday night when seventeen head of fine cattle were burned A bloodhound traced the men from the scene of the fire to their homes when theywere arrested w Catarrh of the nose and throat should lead you to at least ask us for a trial box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a teal actual testand Dr Shoop to prove this earnestly de sires that we let you mak that test hea1tngbalmand quickly purifies a foul or fever ish breath Call and investigate All Dealers Holiday Goods All Open anddopened their holiday goods and are now ready for you to inspect them and make your purchases It is said completelinebrought to Hickman The holiday purchasers are already large and great inroads arc already being made into the large stocks It is a Rood idea to make your purchases early and get first choice of this large and well selected assortment of goods Get old pipers at this office NOW IS THE TIME TO PUCE YOUR ORDER F- ORCOAL I t PITTSBURGH 410 KENTUCKY350 Needs no introduction in Hickrrun It hill hm ustd here for years and has always given perfect gal ra r oa It is the kind of east you want Takes von IIt d- I ing to start it No popping out in your ev i Jlthe carpet No clinkers No dirt The vcr i tf t 114 Cheapest Coal on the Market Our Prices are positively the LOWEST Pla t c der NOW for future delivery while the price tC i est Full weight and fair treatment v rcd CoeviseHickman Ky Thnp 133r t 11 The lCKlJjNBIlN i- sBlessedI to place at the disrtl nl 01 its customers the facilities gained during twenty years of continu ous service and growth LUMBER Ad4 illcice fslluf t WoOftlTV tour 111101111- doors limo roofing oto- SpooifU a oni T our liobe We Both Lose Money if You IIInt- Buy Your Lumber of L Dont forgot to let us figure on your Ilealmake pncus to make trado Its tllt Hickman Lumber Planning nUll to INC 17rTI rs Po JVlereiigots Ij5ff V CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to depositors Otlur ducomonts aro of secondary import Upon this Guarantee we solicit your palro J A THOittW hltt H BUCHANAN President DIREIOTORSII nojrnuKAKTJ 11r JftrlitI- It t I T A LKIirilKI wiIC =jM Better Printing For Less Mory THE COURIER I