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PRESIDENT'S DAY" AT HICKMAN OCTOBER 26. MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS TO BE HERE
THE HICKMAN COURIER. A BLUE MARK HERE mean) tbt roar tab, crlptlon bin nxplrsd Ilcnaw promptly If yon want the pit per to com to you aftr this month f m ii Team that Pulls the Commercial Uagon up the Hill of Success The Courlor haa a ' pankln' Good Team, Grease the Axles of Your Ulagon, Old Man, and Let's Hitch Up .CM imooir HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1900. whole no. a-t(i:i ESTABLISHED IN THE TEAR. 1H81 TO DEATH. - Li..kman. Kills Mn It lit m .J i- la a, 1- . u - L. t, i tliy, stabbed u j vw Mudrld, Mo., ' . Itecord gives Uiu t,f tu atlair: j no owned a suw h which ho sold If , i (u, wis WOOK, . iday, picked up un . mi tsriwr, a ruv , eliiauy, bo u, UurUuy worn . j aUiua uy ,j iir uuiiuiiou oi tnu in wirtyiiiin- 1 L .3 ' . U I La .j moved to C aKjIlg HOlUUllBUUWllt u uelu uy coroner .. o.mug. Tuu jury . 1M Still, WUllltU ..iiksou. . 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Kir.tr u .1 kiiOHn burc, and ba la cr J wjiii twrythliig but a r During Lbo lvllnu ro a , 1 .a l lout nirliiB, Curt or L 11 :!.jJut church and It t;;.J L would rvforui, but Ills M':.. ii vru toon loit In his ul i .r.cl ry Drinking and bad . 4 L.ui dowu again, lie - I - ; jcd by hi wlfo tor s r. :ii u-t truo. this U not n Urt taa i artcr hai killed. What ' , .jurl do lUi hlui ro- lit u bo fin O FARMERS' TELEPHONES. Not only do you get tho tnarkot IouUom, blch enables you to sell sir prsittcts at tho best prices, but Mr U'j aiso KeU tho bonnflt of con. h'ai .th her neighbors, frlonds fl rdit.v r, after hor Uomostlo KJt ra dcac You will he, iiin flitd to Una how chcanlr ou can l nc'.l m tulcphono sorvico. Call F msnsgcr for Information regard I our ipeclal -Farmers' Lino" rates. pbtriand Telephone & Telegraph vompany, Incorporated. O I The r '21 til. II l,v Mia. I lllln.i it N w York Cltv. on Frl- I M 11 nrlill..,. ... .. "lclaa of smb. uigh attainments. J X U llldl.'d mi nrtlftt In W profiss- a nod tu spltu of tho In- " ue-1 Ua a ari:il lin.l nmin.i-ln. P r : a wuch pralso for tho skll- "s-r-r t, wmch BUO rollljcro,i C . :' PH'llU. Tim M.ill.i.lUI I '7 n ...kful for tho larg ai pr 5 tit O Enter Schoni your r,in o ' H II Cherry, I'roaldcnt, NwnH. Uowllng Qroon. Ky , I neptuuibor 7th. Iyric"9 p,c,ur ry night at tho NEW MINISTER TO SPAIN. llonry C. Ido, who ivaa rpepntly appointed envoy lo Spain. h.t been IdontlfltHl with the civil KOTernnient of (lip I'olHpplpo Islands from 1900 until rccnntly. halnic been cominlnloner. Ictygovvrnor and guvrrnor. II ti wai chlrf Juntlco In Samoa from 1EB3 to 1897. Ho U a native of Vermont, U Ci yean old, and waa a loader In politic In bis itato beforo his appointment to the Samoan Judgeship. FOR LAWRENCE FINN. Fulton County Delegation Is to ln ttructed. At a Democratic mooting at tho court houso Saturday uflurnoon for the puriHiso of selecting delegatos to tho Owunsboro convention, Wcdnos day, Bopt. 1, to nominate a Rail road CommUalauor of tho First Dis trict, Judgo II. T. Davis waa mado chairman .and Herbert Carr, of Ful ton, pecrvtary. Fifteen doligntes, tho numbor to which this county is entitled, wero selected ntul Inslructril to vote for LawKon Finn, of Franklin, Ky., for Commissioner. Tho following dologatus wero nam ed: A. H. Tyler. Tom 1'rathor, Jr.. J. C. Sexton, J. W. XI orris, II. T. Davis, W. C. Speer, K. C. llradshaw, W. O. U'orry, F. S. Moore, Herbert Carr. H. T 8mltli. V. II. McOboo. J. T. union. 1 U Clark and E. M. Taylor. O Joo I'oluamus, of Doroua, was horo tho first of tbo week and returned to Ida homo Tuesday, accompanied by his wlfo and daughter, Mary II., who havo boon visiting hero. Kast I'ral rlo Kagle. O The now $5Q bill is wild to bo u beauty. Wo aro unablo to kIvo what the lawyers term tho, best ovldenco as to this matter BACK TO AFRICA. Convention In Oklahoma, to Promote Colonization. Arrangements woro completed this week for n convention at Clutlirlo an Oct. 22 to perfect a stato organiza tion tu pnimoto Uio colonization of American negroes in Africa under tho auspices of tho Abraham IJncoln Afri can Aid and Colonization Society. II -oently Incorporated by CnpL N. Ii. Gaston of Stillwater and other whtto citltens of Oklahoma. On October 8 tho ncgroos of Okla homa will hold a stnto meeting at Sapulpn to learn bow many doslros to accompany tho African colonists. A 'colony has been organized at nana, Ark., composed of several hundred negroes, wjio deslro to know whon the first shipment to Africa will be mndo, another colony of 100 negroes In Southern Oklahoma has also been organized. Such organizations nrc of forlng to pay transport expenses. Letters from Kentucky, Goorgln, Missouri nnd other states ludlcato that colonies aro being; organized. A former Oklahoma negro, who for 12 years lived at Alberta, Ilrltlsh Kast Africa, Is aiding In tho work. It is cited that 117 years ago three har bors of London organized a similar colonization schenio nnd transferod all of tho negro residents' of Great Urltaln to Africa. O Cold drinks at tbo Crosoont AFTER THE SHOW! WHERE? THE CRESENT OF COURSE H. L. REEVES, Prop. Cold Drinks, Fruits, oysters and everything In icason. The best place in town. Lunches cf all kinds. A nice line of fine candy. Ladles are especially invited. You're hungrywe need the money, so get busy! tuc cunw rC SHOWS 1 MIL. U IWil Wi - - 6 BIG BiSEM $30,000. IN PREMIUMS Horse Show and Hippodrome Dally Races Nallello and His Bantj I Free Attractions Fire Works 25-Great Side Shows-25 I LOW RAILROAD RATES J. W. WEWHAH. S.cteury. t.....r, ay , SCHOOL CLOTHES properly designed and made to fit, materials that are sure to give service, will be found in our Fall showing of 'Motion" and "lb for" CLOTHING FOR BOYS AMD THUH0 MED Before buying your suit, we ask that you give us a look, feel ing confident of your business from the stand-point of merit. DESIGNED BY H. A. SE1NSHEIMER & CO. CINCINNATI PRICES WILL SUIT YOU SMITH & AMBERG Circuit court. Sept 6th. Miss Iloso Kelly was hero from Poruna, Friday. Miss Mary Ilorondes H homo from a two weeks visit with St. Louis rel atives. Uest Honrt Shingles nt A. S. Bar kett's In West Hickman. Tho prices aro tho lowest In town. Mrs. Irene Wood, of Cincinnati, a distant relative of tho Mary Ledwldgo family, Is tho gucBt of tho family of J A. McCluro. Ice Coupon Books charged to ac count will bo nt tho faco valuo. No discount, allowed only for cash. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. Tho city of Chicago has followed the example of Fulton, Graves and Mississippi counties and elected a lu dv superintendent of l'ub)o Schools. Jerry Throlkold, who Is located In ItlythosvlHo, Ark-, wns hero last week tho Kiiost of his brother, Horry, hi- utu HIckniHii friends. Someone hus tmld that tho bard . m thing In tho world to find Is a pocket In n woman's dress. That fol Jew novcr looked for u hitch rack In l.'iktnan. Wo ore paying you the cost of collection by selling au Ico Cou pon Llook at a ton per cent dlscouut from tho (ace for cash. Hickman Ice & Coal Co. V. II. Koscdulo, of Kust Pralrlo, Mo., was hero lust week to visit his I -other, A. 8. Hosedalo. Both broth-i-s uro photogruphnrs, und havo h vu lu tho busluoss many yours. A professor has discovered nmoiiK uomo ancient ruins what Is supposed ro be the eleventh couiimindmuiit. The text U us follows: "Kiuns rof yltpmorp tseyap unlit ssoluu repup' swen a daor ton tluhs uoht." Tho loiiimamliiieut Is aslly truuslut.-d by beginning at the end uud reading backwurd -Kx. I'ull for Greater Hickman . Hoger Caldwell left Saturday night for Stewart's Landing. A. M. Tyler and S. L. Dodds were lu Union City Monday on business. Mrs. M. Ward and llttlo daughter, Marian, of Walnut Log, are visiting Airs. It. II. Kirk. Coylo Wade has returned to Ful ton, after spending several days with Uilllo Carpenter. Mrs. Jas, MoMuUin ami llttlo son, 1'nul, left Sunday for Paris, Ky to spend several days. Miss Eva Walston has returned to her homo In Crutchfleld, uftor a vis It with Miss Until Klmbro. Seo our Hue of Fall and Winter samples the largest lino wo have over had. Schmidt, tho Tailor. Miss lues Luton left Friday for Leltchfteld, Ky., where she has a position teaching tu tho high school, Jno. A. McCluro returned the latter part of last week from Harrlsburg, I'll., where be has been visiting his sou and daughter. Mr, McCluro wus gone ubout five weoks, uud reports the weather delightfully cool ut that placo. 11. V. Iteeso, a grocery merchant of .Meridian, Miss., was arrested Tues day at his home towu for riding through the streets lu n hack with a negro woman. Ho was finod tOO nnd SO days ou tho streetH. Tho man was already under indictment by tho grand Jury for unlawful cohabitation with tho woman. Until tho Katydid tunes up Its In strument and announces Unit it Is Just six weeks to frost, August Ik accounted summon) silent mouth. This is almost wholly duo to tho fact that most of the birds stop sliiglng when the nesting season Is over, lu June mid part of July the singing Is a chorus, while in August there is only tho occaaloual solo, THE ONLY WAY Many Hickman Citizens covered It. Have Ols- Justwhat to do when the kidneys Just what to do when the kidneys aro affected, is a question that con neys neglected in childhood lead to life long suffering. People of advanc ed years, with less vitality, suffer doubly, lu youth or age. Languor, backache, urinary Irregularity, dizzi ness and nervousness make life a bur den. There la one remedy that acta di troublos. Doan's Kidney Pills owu ructly on tho kidneys and cures these their world-wide fame to tho fact that they euro stck kidneys and euro them icrmauuntly. Follow tho example of this Hickman citizen and you will be convluCed that this Is so. J. A. Eledge, Ellison St., Jllckmau, Ivy., says: "It would be Impossible for uio to express my thanks to Doou's Kidney Pills for tho benefit they brought me. I suffered from palus iu my back and also had fre quent headaches. When being both ered thus. Dean's Klduey Pills wero brought to my attention and Ipro curcd them at Helm & Ellison's drug store. They freed my back from pain nnd stopped the headaches lu a won derfully short time. They are certain ly a great remedy for tho purposes for which their use is Intended." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for tho United States. Koinember the naino Doan'a aud take no other. President Tuft, aud tho floet of steam boats are scheduled to reach Hickman, Ky., ou tho trip from St. Louis to Now Orleans, at G o'clock lu tho evening. That will bring thorn to New Madrid at about 9 o'clock Our neighbors of Slkeston, Portagu vlllu, Parma, Matthews, Lilbom and I .a Forte should be hero to help us fire tho cannon, shoot fire works, and greet tho Chief Magistrate with, cheers. Now Madrid Record. O Cecil und Clarence Tanner left for their home at Stewart's Landing, Sat urday night, after u visit with Mrs, Jus. Caldwell.