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Funeral of Mrs. Stacy.
9m the Waxahacie (Tex ) Dally
we cup me following j
large number of people wh(?
led the funeral of Mrs. H, 0.
Thursday afternoon attested
spular esteem in which she was
by friends and acquaintances.
ist sad rites were conducted
ir. 13. A. Copass, former pas
ere of the deceased. He spoke
;ly and impressively and paid
jtiful tribute to the many noble
of this excellent lady.
, Minnie Marrs Stacy was
it Hickman, Ky., in 1866, and
to Sherman, Texas, in 1883.
is married to Dr. H. 0. Stacy
erman in 1885 and came with
M Waxahachle In 1895. She
member of the Bantist church.
Wjg united with that denomlna-
Rgbout twenty years ago. She
Dt only a devoted christian,
Jng of a cheerful disposition
friends of everybody with
rshe came in contact. This
ship wis evidenced by the
number of Deautiful floral of-
with which her last resting
the conclusion of the services
home a lone procession fol-
Ithe remains to the city ceme-
rhere the interment was made,
isbers of the family attending
serai were Mrs. R. M. Mc-
bf Galveston, Mrs. J. N. John-
.Midland, Mr. E. W. Maris
nuleee Okla,, Mr. Arthur
fof McKlnney and Mrs. Etta
' OHIO, I itt or Tolmipo.i
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J, rbenty innkr oath Hint Iik U
rinrr hi iiiniiriuni r.j. uiianrjr
Bliiic liukinri In the CUT of Toledo,
land Htn(fl afreald, and that .aid
p pay win iuiiioi iiTtr. ill inir.i"
IIS for rncli nntt evtry rnw of t'a-
ml t aiinnt i cured nr inn u.e in
ftttirrliliurr. FltANK J.OHKNKV.
tlo lwfor hip mill ulicrllit In my
, tills rtli day of lciinbr. A. I
A. W. Ol.KAHON,
t'Cntarrh Oure U taken Internally.
I directly mi the blood ana murout
oi m rty.icm. nenu tur inn-
' Hi J t'MKN KY k 00. Toledo. O.
rail Drinmltt.. Ite
lull' Family lllUforcon.tlpatloti.
ival Meeting to Begin.
. H. Sheffer, of Memphis,
a revival meeting at the
churrh, in Hickman,
jr'evenlng, July 27th.
Shelter ranks among the
sinister of the great broth-
his pulpit work is of the
order; possessed of a fine
thorough knowledge of the
rill enjoy these services, and
uded a cordial, invitation to
res Chills and Fever.
rirt. Nacoirdoehe. Tcia. ayi:
HUrhad chilli and fever for three
' could not find nnytlilntr Unit
a. her till lie umm! llerhlne. IIU
. not keep Iioumi without It, mill
too niurii iur it." rnce wo.
3rflU' lirutf Store. Inc.. nml
tuation is Flattering.
B. T. Davis, next Circuit
the First Judicial District,
londay in Hickman county
up his tences tor the Ur-
gtship. II- was enlhusiasti
:eived by the voters of that
fand was the recipient of en-
Iment far in excess of his ex-
present indications are that
)avis will be the strongest
the race. The Courier has
twed a number of the leading
local Democracy, together
embers of the bar. business
conservative citizens, and
an exception, all are unani-
endorsing his candidacy.
illity as a jurist able and
hare at once recognized by all
Iher fact is, Davis is not
il office-seeker ; and since Ful-
jnty hasn't hau a man in
of the district offices for al-
twenty years, it seems but
hat he is receiving the hearty
igement of his friends in all
relieve Fulton county is en-
elect this time and Judrje
Is the man.
It Sure You Are Right
I hen uo Ahead
ten you Want Cream
tSee That You Got
rho Cream of Merit...
t'll make no Mistake
Uckman Drug Co.
J This is what The Jlufly Storo has to any :
Our Clothing Business Has
'Been Extra Good season II
WHY ? Because we handle the best lines of
Clothing manufactured in the United States. They
are made to fit, and are just exactly right in any
V ' color or style you may want. 1$ Our stock is
broken, but we can fit you with a suit you'll be
proud of. Give Us a Look. -sSSfn
These Prices Are For Any Suit in the House. NONE 1
For CASH Only
9.50 and 8.50 Suits
8.25 I V XWtA
H4 tn Syrscuw.
cl nice lot to select from
and you need one, too.
1.75 and 1.50 Vests.
Special prices on lints
Specinl prices on Furnishings.
A lot of Children's Wash Suits, 3 to 8 years, at a Big Bargain !
2.50 Suit $1.75-$2.00 Suits $1.45-$1.50 Suits $1.15
$1.25 Suits 9Oc-?1.00 Suits 78c 76c Suits 60c
Big Lot of Low Quarter Shoes at a Low Price !
New "Hawes" Hats, just any style and color, $3
Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co.
MAINLY .ABOUT FOLKS YOU IvISTOW
Fishing is good.
Raffles New Book Store.
Miss Sadie Amberg was in Union
Need a sewing machine? See L.
A. Brock, at Rices Store.
You make the profit at Smith &
Amberg's Big Clearing Sale.
FOR RENT 7-room residence in
East Hickman. Apply to Miss Jes-
sie Outten. 5tfc
Judge H. F. Remley spent Tues
day in Fulton in the interest of his
Finis Clark, Dr. Adams and Dick
Carrigan were here from Bessie first
of the week.
Chester Cl&ndler, telegraph
operator at Gibbs. was the guest of
J. R. Brown and family Sunday.
Eugene Naylor, of East Prairie,
Mo., was in this city a few hours
Sunday, the guest of his father,
Judge J. Naylor.
Mrs. Fannie Shaw spent Sunday
and Monday with her sister, Mrs,
Dr. E. L. Williams, at Chrystal,
Tenn. She was accomanied home
by her son Dixie,
The Courier Realty Co. has a 3
acre track of land at Hickman June
tion that we will sell cheap. The
lot joins the intersection of the N.
C. &. St. L. railroad and the Colum
bus wagon road. Terms to suit
Geo. Fowler was here from Ful-!
Values too good to miss at Smith
& Amberg's Big Clearing Sale.
Miss Mena Diestlebrink is spend
ing a few weeks with friends at
Chicago 3605 Lake Ave.
An ice cream supper for the bene
fit of the church and cemetery will
be given at Mt. Zion church next
Thursday evening, July 23.
Miss Lillian D. Shaw, of near
Hornbeak, Tenn., is spending a
few days with her aunt, Mrs. Mollie
Johnson. Miss Shaw is on her way
home from Milan, Tenn., whers she
has been attending the Teachers'
See Millet & Naylor's add for cut
prices on Ladies' Oxfords.
New shipment Sheet Music just
received. New Book Store.
Did you see those new crush hats
at Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co?
Tohn Meacham returned Suml$
from Scooba, Miss., where he has
been visiting his parents.
Mrs. J. W. Springs and children,
of Jackson, Tenn., are the guest of
Mrs. A. H. Leet, near town.
Miss Virginia Luten left Tuesday
fcr a visit with a lady friend in
Mexico City, Mexico. Here is her
address: "3a Callede Lucerna,
Mexico City, D. F." Miss Luten
will be gone about six weeks.
Counterpanes I So
Big or little. The same as new when laundered by the
O. K. Steam Laundry, The same attention is given small
packages as large ones, in fact that is our spelialty.
Do you know that tjje best class of laundry wearers
are giving their work to the 0. K. Steam Laundry?
I deliver laundry in city; also call for it. The
agency is at the store of Smith & Amberg,
FRANK SMITH. Agent.
FOR SALE I have two nice wal
nut bed-room sets, of three pieces
marble-top washstand and dressers.
with good bed. springs and mattres
ses S20 each. Walnut "what-not"
and tall chevel mirror; besides
many other pieces of house furnish
ings from cellar to garret well worth
their prices. For those interested
in "ye olden time" novelties mar
ble-top rosewood sideboard, solid
walnut hand-made tessellar bedstead,
two divans, chairs, etc. All must
go, and time is short. Mrs. M. E.
Goes a Step Higher.
Miss Bonnie Carpenter has accept
ed a position with the Methodist
Conference Female Institute at Jlck
son, Tefln., as commercial teacher
and private secretary of that insti
tution, which, by the way, is otit of
th: best in the South. Miss Car
penter will leave about the last of
next month to take up her work
The Courier congratulates the
management of this institute upon
their selection of Miss Carpenter.
There is not a more sensible, charm
ing and accomplished young lady in
Crops are looking fine.
Toilet Paper New Book Store.
L. A. Brock sells the best sewine
machine on the market.
A great price commotion at Smith
& Amberg's Big Clearing Sale.
The new shade hat is the Mufton
Brown Baltzer & Dodds D. G. Co.
Mrs. L. Oman is visiting "her
mother and sister this week, in
LOST Gold Masonic Pin; also
Gold Link Cuff Button. Reward to
finder. H. T. Beale.
Atty. T. N. Smith was over from
Fulton, Monday, looking after mat
ter pertaining to county court.
J. 0. Ryan, one of the Courier's
old friends, was here from Browns
ville, Tenn., on business this week.
LOST Brooch, sun-burst pat
tun, set with pearls. Lost about
June 2i. hinder please return to
Mrs. W. A.' Dodds. 4tf
W. D, Wade and Chas. T. Isbell
will give an ice cream supper and
bran dance at Graves School House
Saturday, July 18.
A party composed of W. H Bat
tzer and wife, Dr. J. M. Hubbard
and wife, J. H. Millet and wife, Jno.
Dillon and wife, and Mrs. H. N.
Cowgill spent Monday evening on
the river in Dr. Hubbard's, launch.
They had lunch on the point above
town and returned about 8 o clock.
The Democratic Platform, t
The platform cites that. the 're-
publican congress just ended appro;
priated SI, 008,000, 000 . exceeding J
the previous year by 890,000,000, inf
flagrant disregard of the fact that a.
deficit of $60,000,000 is now assured,-
and denounces the heedless waste of
the people's money as a crime against
the working people.
The promise of tariff reform by the
epublicans is welcomed as a recog
nition of the righteousness of the
democratic position. "We favor
the immediate revision of the tariff
by the reduction of import duties.
Articles entering into competition '
with articles controlled by the
trusts should be placed on the
free lists ; material reductions should
be made on the necessity of life,
especially articles corrrppting with
such American manufacturers as are
sold abroad cheaper than at home,
and graduated reductions should be
made in other schedules necessary
to restore the tariff to a revenue
basis." It particularly mentions
wood pulp, printing paper, lumber,
ogs, wood and timbers for the tree
"We condemn as a violation of
the spirit of our institutions the ac
tion of the present chief executive
in using patronage of his high of
fice to secure the nomination of one
of his cabinet officers."
It favors an income tax, recom
mends the submission of a constitu
tional amendment authorizing a tax
on individual and corporated incomes
so that wealth shall bear its pro
portionate share of the burdens of
the federal government.
"We favor the election of Unit
ed States senators by direct vote and
regard this reform as the gateway
to other national reforms."
It favors the admission of Arizona
and New Mexico as states, urges
the upbuilding of a merchant ma
rine without bounties from the pub
lic treasury, opposes the admission
of Asiaic emigrants who cannot be
amalgamated and whose presence
would raise race issues, declares
against using the navy to collect
private debts, favors international
arbitration before resort to war,
promises a navy sufficient to defend
both coasts and to defend the rights
ot America whenever in jeopardy. ,
It praises the wisdom of the con
stitution framers to secure home rule
to states and says : "We pledge our
selves to combat with increasing vig
ilence the efforts of those who are
striving by usurpation to seize the
home rule powers of the states tor
exploitation by federal government.'
tliat wont come off, appear on baby' taeo
after ouo bottle or WliUo'n Urenm Verml
fuire, ttie Brent worm medicine. Why not
keep tbitt mlleou buby'n face. If you keep
tbU medicine on burnt, you will never m
unytblng but tmlle on bU fitce. Mrs. K .
llluckwell, Uklu.. writes: "My bnby whs
peevltb nml (retlul, would not eut uiul I
feared be would die. 1 u.ed u Ixittlo of
White'. Urenm VermlfUKe and be bus not
bad a alck day ilnce." Hold by-Cow Klll
Druv Store, Iticuml Holm t KllUon,
Take your prescriptions to
Cowgill's Drug Store
where they will be filled by
a REGISTERED PHARMA
CIST at any hour
Day or Night
Cowgili's Drug Store