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Strengthen the Ties
Harmony in the party fe the watch
word in all of the oounty convention
held in the Sjftfe last Saturday
Kenten and Cant r ell Bounties only
+ sending oepteillh delegations
This ia 1 great con vast to the ao
tion of the Republican conventions
in which a county that did not send
t up a contest was a cease of com 1
Harmony in the party is a neces
duty if the principles of the party
an to have any influence in the af
fairs of the 9nte and nation We
a l not want the ideas in government
for which the party fans stood for
ever token by the enemy end have
legislation based dpon toem referred
to as the great r accomplished
Dissension in 4hA party is I the
t sole caufiMrfKfie defeat in Kentucky
lst year and will endanger success
in every election hereafter not only
m national but also in slate and
c unly elections
Fairness and equal rights must
revaild when the standard bear
ers arohoseii let them receive a unit
ed support from the party and the
result Is certain Let ettry Demo
fraL attend the oonventione the
primaries and the elections and if
t hie personal chelae is not the choice
cl the majority nevertheless tet him
be faithful and the principles of the
parly which are greater than any
individual will succeed
No man when absent has a right
tv lay Look what they have
All should attend and then say
Look what we have dtNH1t
i Bold Burglar
One of the large plate glasses of
Naifeh Bros dry good store was
smashed Saturday night after mid
i night and three pairs of shots taken
from the show window two pairs
tan site 6 12 one pair patent leather
oxfords size 8 Two large holes
were made at the bottom of the big
glass by bricks being thrown
through which were found in the
show window Nothing was known
01 the robbery until Sunday morn
ing and no clue could be found
which might lead to the arrest of
the thieves Fulton Leader
It will be remembered that these
gentlemen purchased this store two
weeks ago and it is being run by
First Methodist Church
h i
Rev J W Waters will have for
I J biz subject next Sunday at 11 a m
The Ethl4fa business and at
8 p mV The Realm ° of Silence
All are fnvltedito be present lo
hear ti eaesubtects discussed
Grocer3eatr 1
JIo too
Court Mouse News
todrwd ir ear er ealrt
The deed giving the N C St
L rlght of way ever Broadway and
other streets in West Hickman WAS
recorded this week
Yes Kelly to T C Kelly land In
upper bottom 1000
C W Miles to G S Miles land
N B Morris et al to Ima L Nix
land west of Fulton 250
The regular term of the Fulton
County court was held Monday and
the most important I business trans
acted is as follows
Dr X A Napier was appointed
administrator of the estate of J M
McAdoo C E Rice R M Chownlng
and P H Weak were appointed to
appraise estate of the deceased
The N C St L R R was granted
permission to change location of the
Dyorsburg road to enable the raft
rood to come into Hickman The
safiread Is ta pay aK damages to the
county by reason of said change
one railroad also agrees to gravel
and grade said read as far as It
may change the location of sold
A road petition was lied by thir
teen landowners making a public
road of the rood now running from
Ruth Creek bridge to the residence
of D D Davis
Two new voting predncts in the
county were created one at State
Line and one in West Hiokman
The boundaries ot these precincts
will be printed ut the Courier In
next few weeks
The Sheriffs Battlement with Fjil
ton county was aaoArmod and order
ed recorded
The following fiduciary settle
meets were confirmed
J W Thomas Guardian far May
me Brawn
J T Little Guardian for Nina and
Ultba Ktmbro I
B 0 Bondurant Guardian for Ed
ward and Willie May Lannom
Lucy M Burnett Guardian for
Willie May Burnett
Mrs A L Martin Guardian for
Eunice Meacham
W T Rood Administrator for W P
The following Fiduciary settle
msnts wore iliad and hid over JO
days for exceptions
J M Hubbard Guardian for Ruth
May Anderson
J H Wade Administrator far W II
Wade J
Miss Helen Murphy left last
night for her home in Vinton Iowa
after an extended visit with the
family of D B Wilson
Engraved cards and embossed
stationery and cards of every de
soription at this offioe
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Fining and DeilinyJ
Lrc UI naura IOn your Mil
2 JHcMurray 1 Bros Hickman
Heard In
The Crowd
I Tel No 4 for groceries
Threlkelds for hot and cold
lunches Ira Green was In Union City
Monday i
Guy Freeman of Fuilorjfips here I
Leonard Reeves was In Union
City Sunday
Mrs I Q Price was its Union
City Monday
Orvllle Kerr of Columbus was
here Tuesday
Clothes cleaned and pressed while
you waltCate the tailor
Have you tried Beech Nut Brand
Peanut Butter C H Moore
That good coffee you had last
time came from Bettcrsworth Pra
FOR SALE Jersey oew and fine
i young oalf Apply lat L
Rose 52Jp
Ernest King and wife ate whiting
relatives in Clayton Temt thu
Mrs Harry ThreldkeW returned
Monday from a visit ta union City
I relatives
I relativesMiss
Miss Erin Roper of Shook Switch
visited MVse Annie Lee Brown all
Fast week
Miss Sadie Amberg Is visiting
Gee Wade and wife at Memphis
this week
I Rob Dougherty of Cairn Is visit
ing his mother Mrs Nannie Par
ham this week
S L Dodd returned Monday
from a visit to George Wade and
wife at Memphis
Crushed Oyster Shells Grit
Wheat Chops Purina Chick feed
at C H Moores
Paul MoKeel returned toayftcld
Tuesday after a short visit to D B
Wilson and family
Mine Settle DavIs has returned to
her home at Fulton after a visit to
Miss Liwie Corum
Miss Mallle DeBow l lsr visiting
Miss Mayme Brevard at iJrcvards
Crossing this week
Mrs Elm Garth Jones of Mem
phlstil visiting her sister Mrs
Emma Garth Stephens
Sam Salmon has returned from
Hales Point Tenn an bnnneM far
I the Mengel Box Company
If its in the grocery line we can
sell It as cheap and as good as any
body Betterswortb It Prather
lOc will buy a twopound can of
choice Union City tomatoes at our
store Bettcrsworth Prattler Co
Land Davis will give an ice
cream supper and bran dance Sat
urday night near corporation bridge
Bradley Bros of Columbus Kf
made an assignment this week Their
indebtedness amounts la about S
STAYED Twoyear old brindle
heifer oalf Mark hale in right
Cook lo
If you get a sample copy of the
Courier it fe an invitation to sub
scribe The Courier and Commer
cialAppeal year for 125
Misses Fannie Brasflelti and Car
rie Burrus of Woodland and
Miss Blgie Clark of state Line are
the guests of Mrs Don Corum
Misses Katharine Mayas and Lu
clle Posey returned Tuesday after
noon to Union City after a visit to
Misses Lillian Choate Maggie Lee
Rice and Nell Bondurant
Miss Mena Diestelbrink left Sat
urday for a few days visit in Rook
port Ky From there she goes to
Chicago to take a course in music
She will return to Hickman this fall
and resume her music class
When buying flour be sure that
you get the genuine Star lour
made by Besheres Jackson at
Columbus Because this flour is so
well liked in Hickman several others
are trying to infringe on its reputa
tion Mose Barkett agent
Swayne Walker took a large party
of the younger crowd out In the
launch Ruth Sunday in honor of
the viiiting girls Misses Liverne
Cheek of Fulton Lucile Posey and
and Katharine Mayes of Union
City C L Walker and wife
chaperoned the crowd
Mary Elizabeth the eighteen
months old baby of Will Garrett and
wife died Friday night of summer
complaint The baby was taken
sick on Wednesday just being sick
a little over two days The re
mains were carried to Humboldt
Saturday for Interment The Cour
ier with many friends extend con
dolence to the Dcreavcd parents i
This is i a month when many
drug store items are apt la be
needed You may get along
without them but It dfesnH
pay to do it
House cleaning will create
a need for borax and ammonia
Protection for furs and wool
ens will require camphor gum
and moth balls l
Disinfectants will be needed
to destroy the lurking germs of
disease and deoay
We are always supplied and
want to supply you Can give
you information as to their use
and the prices are always
Hickman College Commencement
With the commencement exercises
of Friday night another very sue
cesofal term of the HIckman High
Sohcol was brought to a close
These exercises were held at the
Court House and as usual a large
crowd of patrons and these mterts
ed in the work of education so sue
cessfully carried on by Prof B 1
Gabby and his abh assistants were
present The fact f that our com
meacemenij are always greeted by
la full house is another indication uf
the interest taken in the advance
ment of our public school interests
AU should be interested in the work
of education Anything pertanln
to t the advancement of this cause
should have the cooperation of
every citizen We doubt if there is
a better high school in the slate
than the Htekmaa College and
pleased to note the general Interest
The number of graduates from
the senior date this year was tame
smaller than uswlM41 are Wlw
Ltxtie Corum Min Kate Conner
and Harold DeBow
Thursday evening the Amatear
Musical Crab gave musfoale hi eon
nsotion with the coramentement
and Friday evening the regular ex
ercisee were held Following U the
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Thoto who took part in rendering
the program somrittcxi themselves
creditably good
Mrs Comm won the seoforswip
this ycara handsome gift from our
fellow dUM i L Dodde grvea to
the one making the beet grade
Prof Gabby has proven an earnest
worker In I his oflorts to give Hick
man one of the very best soheeli In I
In Woatcm Jtlltbak aM together
with a crop of able assttiantt de
servos much praise for the stHjeow
pleased with Ute years work jest
Alumni Banquet
Some twentylive members of the I
Hickman Cottage Alumni wore on
tertained Tuesday night at the La
Clede Hotel This years enter
tainment was an novation over pre I
vious similar ocoaiiotw as those in
attendance were all graduate of
Hickman College Bach had fol
lowed the same paths all had met
lifes battles equals in equipment
and comrades in the ranks Such
community of interests are neces
sarily followed by good fellowship
and pleasant reminiscences there
fore in this respect the evening
proved a rare success
The banquet without exaggera
tion would have delighted the palate
of a Parisian connoisseur When
the chairs had been pushed back and
the guests were contentedly sipping
the last beverage Mr John Dillon
Toastmaster called upon Prof cab
by and various members of different
classes for a few appropriate re
marks Among the addretses were
chose of Prof Gabby Prof Amberg
Messrs T R Powell Beauchamp
Fleming and Toastmaster Dillion
Officers for the succeeding year
were elected H A DeBow was
elected prcsidsntj Miss Loto Cavitt
Vice president Miss Mayme Nay
lor Secy and Treas Mtss Annie
Ellison Pres and her associates who
have so efficiently J err rrped the
duties as officers of the Association
for the past year resigned 1
That intimacy and goodwill
which may have become dim by inter
vening ycf and other Interests
Pbc ntx like simultaneously prang
into i existence and when the good
night words were spoken the old
phrase I have had such a pleasant
evening which is too often a sten
cUed malt rang out true as steel
U was a pleasant evening
A Steeple Gill
tonden I taring recohIoi J no re
pllM tn hOt ehnllcAxo for a atMltto I
or rlilmnoj olltnblm eumpotltlon with
any alrl under 18 years ot axe Ljrdla
Aklen the 16 rentold IAIIlla lor girl
tceplojftok eisilmi to be tim sham
pion dart ste rivMok In the world
Lydia reoantlr aUmtxxt arid winked
Near the Top of a TaM Chimney
around tile tap e e ft IIMt ettlmney
She thinks ltU et aeeelpitiIn a
feat the fiery UwMiRht f whisk WMM
eanae thovMmts eI man M thwMffr
AmitgaraettU are being pride for
L ttlB to oMnab a ehlouuq near Utcr
past which Is over 4M fet blab And
Me of the tnWeH M the country OIl
UIk oomclen her a cat ties Matt la
Kulak will be reeoHvd hf the bteieti >
A Pertinent Question
You fever the Jfeeerjr that Mara U
tah Mte4r ° Yea iMweted the pre
ttvxw It has been Uo aabt at
soot of ray meet latomtlnc RrtioJoi
Bat do you favor H w e ooUoUst or
a a literary dswr
Down In Kawiua N FH there is
a constdimble intermingling race
w that there are very many familira
which hare an infusion of negro
blood in their veins With eotne of
the rraWonU it is i very hard to sir
teat any negro in their features at
ill alUtowgh tidily may bo in some
part blaoJc Of COUMO there are
eaters who skew Owlr snotty very
SfifAkJng one day about another
resident a KOMAH nun said eawal
ly I Oh hes a Sambo
It was a new phrase to the hearer
and he eked tVhata a Sambo 1
That is a man who is I Uir < HHar
lets Maek Hes UM wn of a black
man and a feilfwhito woman where
father wi white and k4U mother
blaokItNow York Sun
w i
Hwrijiff enMetf think is I a fool
lab oxpmslan dont van think r
Yw I dont think the married
man is usually too busy hearing his
wife think to hear himself think
Houston Post i i
ne n Ice Cream II
1 1 The most delicious of all
things is a plate of toe Cream
No one needs to be told that
< Then when that dellotous Ice
Cream Is added to one of our
luscious fruity sodas It is quite
beyond our Imagination how
to think of anything more
pleasing or satisfying Try
one and you will think the
same Any flavor you want
i I Oc Glass
i Helm Ellison
A Splendid Essay
tiu Elisabeth
urtorian medk
torian of the ltickmanIedg
graduating class re lhtttge
essay It the Conr
ConrFriday I
a te
nble article anti wilt be rr crldlt
by hose who did not etIir al
get to
b t101
the exuclaesb
The history of
world Is i v
biography of great men Felt
opinion Is In Ofotw
one mans miad suer
one man against the world t
times maybe llkeaed
to dry i 10 r e
waiting or the HRbtaier J
heaven to kindle it TbTre out tr I
with his free faro TL
Cods hands it I the
his word is the wise lifhuu halloy wR 0101
which all can believe Tffr
of the worlds history the rur
has been the lndtsasaWeiv
indspetsesilkhis u 11
his epocbrc
uIn the 17th 4llry when rJlf
land feared the black otoed of
potlsm the call came for the brt
Cromwell to save his nation Iv k
Hberyty inviolate mid wre ot 4W
soolllatlon of property and ell <
lion of soda
order to rUe
country Allied with tender inert i
Af the luredput MUI
put and crown w I
liberty Tboufb M
strengthened his hold wpM thr
limb heart and his name wmf
as It bright star in Hnghwli II t
while those attempting to un v
will mourder in foreotttn > t
with their memories vmnishr
In the 18th century wbr
world pasted Into a moral P y 1
the saintly Wesley with hit il
glowing heart with the
twrl In
tears that were Iii It sumnmii a s
nation to truth and rigbte > M > fi
His touch was as If a spark b4 A
te on a desert world but 10or p
land proved expletive powder t
ed heaven high and shone ant t 1
parts of the world
Likewise to our felled WihM
ton the Father e > t a nnUon >
buffdenlfoarnetieaalfty Ilr 11
than all other sile me put
gether smtehed vottcy from a let t s
secured peaoe between the I
factions of that day heW the
out of the gmnt strwgRke
France and mgtand mtpcoK 0
spect for law and the new
ment and grandly taught the
of devotion to union and to tar
stitutlon during the ant < r t
years e ear RaUen whe our Arr
taD fathers spurned from the is
of their motheroountry and r IP
by the convuliloas ff revoiuti
tried the erperirawt of eroctur
Independaot gaverraeni
Nov today while threaii i
stormeiouds of earropttoa are t
us Folk Roosevelt and Brym
their political repatat4M M s 1 t
as stars answer the cal with 4
done and trust Their love u I r
is strong their love of liberty ilf
er their nosing toe Aura rs
shaken Let their names t
most ilmstrtous borne by atlV
citisens for they are standmc
for law liberty and fre4on
M000000 of people en4owe i Wn
splendid faculties with a irult I
at t glery whtoh Is the envy 1 b
world with an hitmcc future I i
them with eyes raW M the
oil heavens and to Ute Mrttt
beneath the oonopy of the die
II ss = t
t H
A5 < ran wMrelir
My fellow dasematM b41 f t
for the aol1 te dety oooMue >
future at In the aast The sucre iv
of f heroes are honest ouceesf
brave men vito have more rn
lion to their hearts than othft <
and you cannot build an oditx r
apt by plummet and level as Tlt
angles to one another A br
wishes not to taste sweet thioj
ta do noble things and yaorwil
swer the call far
No sisM tit es4 r III
80 Four H Odd W IMn
will 4u17ONDOA10Wibet t
The rwtlb epftM I eau
Tuesdays storm bcuulht t
section a rare Wrd In tat weu
did the storm from the eouii e
weeks ago today It te very
able that the birds which f A
here Tuesday were the tam T
were here two wcek aro
ArC what is known In aeolotfy
stilt The legs and bill are rem
ably lonG and the feet are wn I
slighty They are seacoast ii
and were blown here during e
HUll 3
One was killed near
Pikers arm Portagev4lle Cr 1
and quickly tr a
Piles are easily
ed with Dr Shocps Magic I
ment To prove it I will m < l
If <
small trial box as a convmcu
Shoopkt sir
Simply address Dr Shoop
WIs I surely would notI
free unless I was certain thai I
Shoops Magic Ointment would MI t
the lest Remember It IIJDIlcit n
pressly and alone for swollwii p1I1
ful bleeding or itchIop piles rnbe
external or internal l 1Jo1rge jar u
Sold by all dealers l

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