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Local and Personal
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Tlia uinu that owns his acnw
In the itmu Hint plows nil day
And tho inuti that keojw it humping
Is thu until thiitH hero in slay
Hut thu man thnt itilvcrtlntm
With 11 sort of a don jork
In Uio man thnt blmnua tho prmttir
prmttirBOOUUKQ
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iu UHutou
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in Fulton
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Mrs J M 1 VlHlug vUJttil in Mnr
tin liuit week
Win Bobo Sttolo Mo win in I
town hut weak
OUml Aylflr of Tyler Mo wwi in I
tho oily liut WHit
4 Fred Oose of Iunona Kan IA o u I
rt vtatt to parents
II W HnWwnl of Mvmphto visit
cd liU family but w uk
Jim Witling of Rmlfoot Tonn
WAX in the city fait woe c
John Oele has boon vlrfUiiR in Su
IAWII > the putt week
T Mell Ilwlglnti of Doootur
Aln wiiii hi the hut week
MtM Ltscle AtHbtrg of IaraReHld 1
Art Ii iu the Pity ills work
Mull I oln 15i iYy kits boon vteUiiig
n iit1vdd In New Mitdrtd Mo
Ir J 0 Stabta of Onr lh ra ille
lie I WM In tie IdLr kilt w wk
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IwMdny with rwlntlve tu Oya
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U rMUiiR Mr unit Mrs fro Dillon
Pawl Shaw W rtrtgMMl life posl
thin M AMt P y w the rnxioflke
Mtv tAitfn1 law of Uuton Oily
VwaiW MtM Loa tn ituRMft j tat week
Jtk IIINt Ikea insider of Mum I
pMs were 11at Mrs J W Bland
llemw Uwvlt owl Kick Taylor of r
Uftlttt lite WM In Ute city iMi week
I Mm Sum Show of WkaaHHg Twin
visited refetttrtM IN Ute etiy hut wow
Ow KtUlNKW nKrf mother of De
outer Ain tore IHI rtaUiHtfOw Wit
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Duo Kr A nH ndUr I
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Jim DixHh INI UMsll Uky of 1Jottd
tin I + fcH vixttflrt tMr pfirenM m tit 4r
oily 11 weak
A kalf tHtWWtf in the UotHHlllBH
Orltlo to nTml far Ml 1 by the owner
Mr 0 N WHlkw
1W ThompMMi will Miss Btulnh I
Field murrlwl near INlMu Vwlnw
day 0Qaal week
Mm A V lMnr r ut Omult attr
III ta vMtiiiR 1 pamttB Mr and Mm
1116dlttiPn
J b 1 rora kill week
If nil Ute money tu the world wa n
lUvMtid Mw Uy nmoNir the puopl each 11r
IKtnon WOHM got shout > 40
Mr nnd 1ra Will UnrrlffAti of
HKH4 r Vslly Twin fIPNt Oftrtlmn
with Mr amt Mm John Ittttfrwood
Oonr MnnUinll of UUin county
Tents wad Mm E T TaIlor uf I1M
man eeaiitr were umrrlwl last week
Mm Arthur Hoc In r of Hleknmn
huts b aH vWtlun her jmrmiU Mr ant 1 I
Mr J K PM w nt UnruJliereviHo Mo
MtM Hath HtHHint who has been I
nttondlng ehool ut Murfr e boroT nu
spent UhrUtuiiM at liomo with her par
ante
tMI Maria Brevonl won the bonu
tlfnl wnteh nt Back hut week Her
gnofti WM 3 ocloak 40 minute nnd 11 I r
eecomls
srtomutaSIr
Mr JM 0 Wonrn of the Courier
oftler WM ntatmt from the city las t t
weak vifiitini m St Louis Mo and I I
Granite City Ill
Mess and BosSuits
BoysSuits I
go at Cost at Bach
anans
Mm Klluo Wittiuff ncoldontally
fall on tho lay stops nt her homo ins I
weak and broke hor nuklo from which 1
she has Hufforod vary much
Miss Jiwlo Outton who is touching
in tho Unrdwoll high School him boot
vuittnK hor mother in Hlckman She
in winning golden opinion M a toucher
at Bardwoll
BurdwollTho
Tho little eon of Mr Stoyo Stahr >
while handling a blank onrtridgu pin
tol dUoharRod tho contoutA a paper
wod into the palm of his hand iuUlotiiiK
n painful l wound
All tho monibcrR of tho board of
Stowanbi of tho M 1 B Church aro ro
quoHtod to moot at tho church prompt
ly lit 3 30 Sunday ovo >
JAB E FUQUA Proat
Mr B 11 Sanders and family who
moved to Oaruthorsvlllor Mo hut year >
will return to Hlokman about Fobru
wry Mr Sanders will uiko n ponltlon
in the house of L P W S Ellison
This excellent family will bo wolcour
cd homo
t jfflu Optical work n specialty Glass
It es fined accurately and BoloiitlHcally
Mr B W Post graduate Optician ol 1
Poor ill wtU give his IOI1lOlml at t
teutlou to this worn and wo guarantee
porfcqt atiifactiou Eyes tostld frooot 1
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HOLIDAY MARRIAGES
TIItELKELD BALTZEitMr One
Throlkold and Miss Molho Baltzcr
wore married Tuesday Dec 26 by Rov
J II Evans Tho young conplo loft
imintHliittoly for a bridal trip to visitI I
relatives in MinHiaslppl Mr Threl
kold is ono of our most worthy reliable
and popular young business men and
tho hftdo n daughter of tho late 0 H
BaltKor ono of tho purest minded and
accomplished young ladles of the com
j mnnity Every element seems to com
biun to promise a life of happiucw and
prosperity So may it be
JjIn
In Hloknmn at tho residence of Mrs
O T Muse Sunday night JllBt fast j
Mr Fayetto Kerr of Marphysboro Ill
to Mlfw Lixzio Gardner of Iltckman
tho Rev Archer Booghcr performing
the the ceremony Mr Kerr was for
niorlv iu baslnru in Iliokmnn and ii
wall known hero IiMi Llrzio Gardner
was n great favorite with Hlckman pee
pie and vex for Norcral yean n unltM
Iruly iu tho house of 11 Buchanan Ono
in a moat excellent nod worthy young
wOlllnn and IIho11I of blessing arei
wished for her by houtt of friends i
Their future homo will bo in Murphy I
baro
LIST Or PUBSBNT8
R E nnd W A Dodds silver but
tar dish
dishMistHM
Misses Allio and Bottle Dodd bon
bon l dish i
MIMI Daily Dickinson individual tea
sots
sotsMrs Hornco Luten oct glass cruet
MlM Nettie and Leo Klrkpatriolr bon
disht
Mr nud Mm W M thaw sugar shell
0 L Ovorby cream ladle
HMn
8 Vrvoiaud iilver mustard set
F Bvninden mill sister chocolate net
Mrv M 3 Brevanl cake platvn
Mill Leone Fnqna celery dish
Mr and Mrs Jack Millet broad DIUlI I
butter IllnlCJIII
pixy Maim Diwtlobrluk china teapot I
Mn Bid Dxlds and Mm Wade Oltrlu I
dale MISS handsome vnso
dashg
Mrs O II lIubbnnt drtASor scarf
Urony I
llty Oliver augur shell
Mr nnd Mn W L UoOntchen dress
or scarf
scarfMUM
MUM Jackson Kfingor Amberg nnd
Witting ring
MtM Marie Urovnrd tray cloth
Paul Shaw foot rest
Mr and Mn Buchanan chamber set
V Handle and 0 Baltzor chair
Mr and Mn Tumor wAter set
Stephens R Smith earner chair
Mr and Mn U D Brevanl earring act
J 0 HogAn F Paurco and R Helm
silver knives nnd forks
A J Sell pearl Imndlo butter knlfo
Mn J Atnburg knives and fork
MIM Noouon no niIIiavntha
Mr nnd Mn w J Adams nut act
Mr and Mn II 0 Bookman alive
IOOUI
Mr and Mn Campbell Cayce eyrop
stand
standA
A P Bolls coffee pot
potW
W Barn oaks 114nd tad pickle dish
Mr and Mn J A Thompson fruit
bowlI
Mr and Mn W O Johnson 2 pain I
of towels
napkins4r towolaMrs
Mr Holme und Miss E And lIIOn I
towels
napkinI
Strand Mn II 0 Amberg towel
Mn A P Sells towels
Mn Lou Rogers Qtcdlo book
Groom to bndo Gold Watch
Harriet Lovo cot fruit bowl
Dee 23W S Sent to Miss Samtnto I
Elliott G W Puollctt to Miss Henri
ottn Mooneyham
Doo t6 Ed 0 t lark to Mies Ella
Bnllow Chin Hnddleston to Miss Stet
la MilluqrDeo
Dec 20 Ed A Thompson to Misa I
Beula Fields
Lizzltr le I
trWilton
WilsonJan
Jan S Lafayette Robertson to Miss I
L E Madden
NnddoaAsitlscptic
A n iMplIc Mliavc
The Tree Barber Shop u tho place to I
got an antiseptic face wash This prep
aration after shaving reactors nntisep
tic tho face prevents infection feo
A L TTfMllTIV
The New Year M querade
rA Now Year Masquerade Bnll ush
ered In the Now Years festivities at the
residence of Mr M 0 Shaw Monday
evening which was attended by tho
beauty fashion style talent and wealth
of Hlokman young people and vicinity
5Quito a number were arrayed in unique
and beautiful character costumes nod
ono and all enjoyed the evening hugely
Tho occasion was through the efforts of
the young ladles and tho young men
in tho last dance gracefully acknowl
yalgid tho happy courtesy by waving
handkerchiefs and hats showing their
joyful appreciation
Tho following are some of tho happy
participants and tho character repre
geontedt
Mabel Goaldcr School Girl
Ward Dnton Policeman
Mario BrovnrdSchool Girl
0 B TravisMr Ink
JcMio lalcr Spanish Lady
bait Shaw Lady of Color
May Atwooil Washerwoman
John DillonJew
Myra Robbing Phantom
AI f FarlaDlco
Bosslo lnaeDlnlt
Lou Shaw Topsy
Mary Anderson Nuno
Warner Urovard Traveling Gent
Lou Kamago Spanish Queen
Ernest Johnson Soldier
Maggie Pliant Innocence Abroad
Ed Wilson Ohmainan
Irene Fans Phantom
Tom Gardner Hunter
Edna Woaru Oako Walker
Thco Goaldor Not masked
Light Furls Grecian Lady
< Watt Uimlner Bicycle Suit
lay Farla Nun
Tho boat and hostess will long bo ru
momborud by the young people for their
continued kindness to them What
would we do without them ae
Bribery Sensation at Frank
fort
At Frankfort Monday In the
A
Senate canons Senator Harold
created a eoneatlon by declaring
i bat be had been approached by
J II Wbnlen of Louisville an L
antiGofbel leader and paid 4 >
COO to remain oat of the ettaoav
The money be said bad been c
placed In a box wltb the Louie u
vllle Trust Company the key lo u
which he paned op to senator
Goeliel who was prvBldlng over
the cancan Harold concluded
by j declaring that be tend entered s
into the deal for the purposed
exposing Wliallrn and farther
that there wan lint money enough
In the world to make him disloyal
to his party and his Slate
TilE OIEN DOOR
The United Slates Government I
from veiled statements made pub
llo in WuHilngton just week bae I
secured an a New Years gift to t
tbe people of Ameilca and eep
chilly to the manufacturers and I
prod8oer of America It comtaor I I
onderstHiidlng with the great pow I
era of tbo world for a continued l I
open > door policy throughout Obi 0
na Great Britain Germany Ran o
eta France and Japan have re
ponded frtvorrthly to the inquiries i
made by Secretary of State Bay
Mtil Italy will not go counter to t f
the oonaenaaa of agreements an
nounced by these powers These E
powers and tbe United dimes I
have I reached a harmonious con
claclon respecting the commerce I
of the world and tbe Chinese em
pire
AireALL
ALL the apeakers before tbe
National Republican Commutes
agreed that MoKlnley would bave
no opposition
oppositionlib Ite Saved Him
My wifes good advice saved ray life
writes F M Ross of Winfleld Tcnn
for I had such a bad cough I could hArd j
ly breathe I steadily grew worse under
doctors treatment but my wife urged IIt
me to use Dr Kings Now Discovery or
Consumption which i completely cured I
Lit
Grippe Pneumonia Asthma Hay Fey
er and Ml maladies ot Cheat Throat
and Lungs are positively cured by thu
marvellous mine 60cta and 100
Every bottle gvarantodd Trial bottles I
free at all drug atoms
IIN JIKMORIASIor
or urrut
IF PENN OAUUTHEtyS
Disturb not his slumbers but lot htm
sleep on
In his beauty and innocence there i
Tho world was too dark too dreary an d 1C
cold
He too lovely too fragile and fAir
The worm breath of Autumn just pass
ed oer hia brow
Aa the geutto dew kisses the flowers
When ho faded away like a beautiful
dream
To tho land of elysian bowen
ISad sad is the hearts of those fond
parent now
Since tho pct of the household Is gone
And laded away the sweet hope of their
lifeWhich
Which Penn liko a halo around thorn
gghad thrown
Yes on the bank of tho beautiful river
of life
Dear parents you will meet him In
the ity of God
Far removed from sorrow and suffering i
Dear little Penn has found K happy I
a cI I
In a sweet and bright forever on the I
golden river I
If you are talthfnl will find your an >
gel boy
On the bank of that bright beautiful I
river
And bask in the smiles ot Jesus be i
yond tho sea
seaONE WHO LOVED HIM
Hickman Ky Dec 10 1699
QUARTERLY REPORT
OF THE
HICKMAN BANKI I
At the close of builttu OD the 80th Bey of
December 1899
RESOURCES
LOSDI and Discounts lets loss to
director 144687 02
Loans to Directors oBeers not
Deluded 20000
20000Oferdrafls
Wae from Ntl Bank e 3396488
Due from Bute Dunks
and Uftokera 260475 86609 08
8656968Bloklng
Morigagee 120000
Other Blocks and Hoods 10000
lpcll 476483
060283Other
Other item carried II eaib 638 43
43Explore
I194S08U8
UAEUL1TIE9
Olpl1810ck l paid In lo cash 6000000
Surplus Fund 1000000
1000000Undivided
88910Deposlia
whlcBlBU reel Is I not paid 18421983
19460893t
Stati oJ Kentucky County oj Futton II
IIIckmlDI I
Bank a Bank located and doll < builntM
II No Clinton street In the City of
j Illekman lDa ld county briagdul sworn
cajeiLe foregoing Report la I IB I all re
pacts a true lUtenent of tbe condition
of the eald Bank at the close of business
OB the 30th day of Dee 99 to the but ofI I
hie knowledge and belief and fnriber
isjri that the business of said bank has
been transacted at the location Baaed
aad not elsewhere and tblt the above re
port Is made in compliance with ao official
notice received from the Secretary of
Slate dtelfoarine the 30ih day of Dec
1899u a day OB which each re
port shall be made
CIblerI
8ul > icribed and sworn to before BIO bj
W C Joboeon the 3d day of January
1900
B T DAVIS Notary Public
W L McCnrcHiK
M B SHAW V Direetors
W R BALTXIR j
QUARTERLY REPORT
OP THB
Fiw d Mmiwta1 H
at the cleee ol builneti OB the 80th day of
December 1899
1899S
RESOURCES
LCIII and dlaoounie lees loan
4726080II I
Loess to Directors oficers aol
Included 61106 I
Otirdrafia ooeeeored 8195 II I
Due from National Basks 483206 I
Basking Home and Let 22000Q I
6 pet Ie 409500
Currency 1689 00
Esibaocee for Clearlnpe 66669 3889 69
Ottr Items carried ae cash 4000
K irn + ew laet Quarter 98979
JrUIJtIl
I 68866 14
i LIABILITIES
Cipitml Stock paid ID la cash 20000 00
Surplus Fund 1000 00
Undftlded Profit 640
Deposits ubjeot to check OB
which Interest le I
not paid 4176981 I
Doe National Bank 67148 I
4380614 I
Stati oj Ktntucky County Wfon s li
J A Tbompion Cubism of Farmers I
mod Merchants Bank a Dank located and I
doing business It No Cllatoa street In I
tbe town of illekman In laid county be
log duly sworn says that the foregoing
1Rport la I in all revpeeu I true statement t
of ibe condition of the said Bank at ibo
close of business on tho SOlh day of r
Pea 1t199 to the beet of his knowledge
and belief and further cap that ibe I
bailnese of said Bank has been transact
ed at the location named and not olio
when and that the above report ie mid i
in compliance with an official notice re
colled from the Secretary of State deeig
noting the 30ih day of Doe 1899 ae Ihe
day oa which sued report shall be made i
J A TioxreoK Cashier
Pabftcrlbed and sworn lo before BO by
J A Thompson the 2nd day of January
1900
A W LiNtur Notary Publlo
J C Conic
R M Utia V Directors
J J 0 Bo DcaHT j
PBOF BOOKER T WASHING l
TON the colored teacher urges
urgesthe
the negro to stay in the south
where be le beat known and soathI I
coltlvate
tlvate friendly relations with the
nccppttlte I
the educational teat if It is made
to4f plj to both races madoI I
BuckleR Aralca Salve
Has worldwide fame for marvellous
cures It surpasses any other salve lo I
tion ointment or balm for Outs Corns
CornsBurns
Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers Tot
Totter
tT Salt Rheum Fever HarM Chapped
Hands Skin Eruptions Infallible for
forPUca
Piles Ouro guaranteed Only 25c at
all drug stores
Cottonr i
1
Belt Parlor Caffi Car 25 for
cents a half day Seated in a
rFII rFI
enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker a
you will enjoy the large smoking room with its arm chairs and
loungingroom
room with its lounge and inviting arm chairs and its roomy dressing
room adjoining You can have your meals in this car atany hourI 1
you want them order most anything you want Irom a porterhouse
steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as porterhouseII
please to eat it I and you will only have to pay for what you older
The Cotton Butts I the direct line toTeuu Iti train ran through f luu Cairo
11lid
Junction for all pam of Taw Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Far Wet
Write and UU nl where yon are rolnj and when yon will INn and we will
tell yon what yonr tlekut will cost which train to take to make the hot time and
toanection and will tend yon an interesting little booklet 1 flIP TOlttiVl l
1
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Te Stibflcrlbera et The SemiWeekly America <
100 GETS 60000 GASH
Try It Yea May Uet It No One has a Better Chance thaa Tea ±
a
GUESS NUMBER of grain on an ateragortelteJ ear of White Indian Corn
Length lOt Inohre diameter at tare end 2j inches in middle 2J Inches man
9rod 2 Inebee circumference al targe end 8 18 inches nt small end 613 In middle
Irnd The err of corn le placed in ibe American National Dank ol N htU iA >
Tenn unbuikeAi and DO one en ponlbly know the number of grains on It Tbe
8 mlrTe < klj American the greatest SeoIVeekljr Newel Family and Farm Paper In
4the South 104 numbers a year less than a cent a eopj offere to the enbtoriber first
ending In Ibe correct or nearest correct guess remiiUng 1 for twelve months sub
aorlptlon lo the Semi Weekly American
IN CAHII f h BOO 00
Second correct or nearest correct guess eel1Ib 160 00
Third correct or nearest correct guess received Floe Top Baggy 76 00
Fourth correct or nearest correct guess received high grade ball bearing
drop top hi drawer Sewing Machine 6500
Fifth correct or nearctl correct guess received Jones chain drive Mower 6500
Sixth cornel or neartit correct guerre rtceited Tornado Fet < cutler 6600
Seventh correct or nearest eorreoi gueie reoeived Scientific Feed Mill 360Y
Eighth correct or nearest correct alien received Land Roller S6 W
Ninth correct or nearest correct guess received Dixie Pet Hulier 2600
1000u
To the first 1000 Subscribers who tend in twelve months subscription and
guess whether correct or not will receive a complete History 2 volt
rimes of Americas War Ilumaniiv a book no one should be with
oat nlcelj illustrated and interesting cheep at 1each 1000 00
TQTAf uJJ1a 11 r 200600
Contest closes Starch 1 1900 No gueio will be received bearing postmark later
than March 1 1900 All awtrde will be paid Immeelaiely after doling of contest
If there I should be aajr tie cueees that le two or more guesses entitling the parties
lo the same award II will be equally dlvideJ Send in your dollar and guess onei t i
onee
bee a batter chance to rt It than yourself It you do not get Brit you may get see
ond THE AMERICAN ALWAYS PAYS ITS PRIZES PROMPTLY In former con
teas It hw putJdHny prize We give the name and adJrets of a few of those r bo
bate received aware Wellington Edwards Turnersvllle Tenn 600 0Mb Cbas
D Cope Sparta Tenn 400
BIO AGENTS OFFEK
Send postal for Agents leroa If you want to act as agent All guesses must be
aoioopanied by 100 for twelve month eabicription Addreu
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