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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tN t I THE HICKMAJT COURIERI s J rr 1 I f Ir 0 PRINTS ALL THE NEWS OLDEST NEWSPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY 100 PER ANNUM ICIt v u ESTABLISHHI1D 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KKNfUCKY Juno 8 UlOO VOLUME XLNO 50 Kentucky Itstm Before the second week in June probably about the 5th The Demo cratlc State Executive Committee E wit be ordered A majority of that committee IB known to favor that plan of selecting candidates for Sen Ator and state offices The ca11inR of the primary early In June for November 6th which IIs regular elect tlon day will give the cm drdatei five months In which to canvas the state By holding it on regular 1 1election day it will insure the bring ing out of a full party vote As toon as the primary Is ordered Governor HcaHnm will formally annonnce himself A candidate for United States Senator and he and Senator McCreary will begin the campaign at once 1 anfpounce himself as Governor and will Ntictions of other candidates for chief executive of the Commonwealth but there is likely to be IThe Third Congressional Jonven t lion at Ireenfild held May 22nd adopted the following resolution Beleivlng that the Republican party backed by the corporate wealth of the country will use every effort toI obtain co trol nf the Lower House 1 of Congress and that it is the Dem ocratic duty to bring out an large vote as possible in the Congressional election in November and believing further that the people should control all elections for office by their direct vote and that a primary honestly I and fairly conducted IIs the best method of expressing the sentiments of the vote the Convention suggests and requests the Democratic state primary on the day of the next Nov c ember general state election for the purpose of nominating a United States Senator and all state officials The contract tp build an 800 light plant fur the Kentucky school for the the deaf has been let to the Writing house company of Pltttburg The contract amounts to 7000 The Coutt of Appeals have affirmed M a judgment against the city of Paris of 1250 for allowing a stone quarry 1tt to city be limits carelessly operated within the An Immigration Bill Senator McCreary made ome In teresting and significant remarks on the subject of Immigration in the Senate the other day Among other 11 bl trigs the senator fn m Kentucky fcalkd attention to the fact that last tar this country received More im HljtrantsI than came here during the yirst 169 years of cur colonial life lie also made the temark that at Ihe present rate of immigration it SfOiild require only about four gene mi ions to give this country n popu lation as dense as that of China 2The immigration bill now under VfCUMton In the Senate Is partially ilsfaclory measure It goes a 0It way where there la long die Bee to be traveled l Iin the right fetlon This country Is not yet red fora general exclusion act r i have gone far beyond the period vertwhen mild amt polite JMures will cure the evils of our L ration system If Americans American workingman in partlc want their children to live In IMF China with the low standard 4 g that the same of that couu I ttisiggests It Isall very well for vas to take mild measures or wires at all against the imml K evil If they want this coun- oontiuue a laRd of opportYRltyI- e klead moderate comfort to a- UJI be WIll for them I toTT County School Suoerintt n lent from adjoining ruunlies met in Frankfort May 22nd in conference will11af State Superintend Mil Fuqua In refer once to adopting a tinlffrni coma o study for the public cchools A committee was nppiiintd to tcpiri It pleper course aril another meeting will be heW One hundred and fifty repr sna lives of the Louisville Board of Trade visited DanVllle May 22nd They went by special tram and the object was to turn the trade of the Danville merchants from Cincinnati to Louisville Tlietrganizatlon was met at the Elks Lodge building by the entire business body of the city The sixteenth annual convention of Christian Endeavor Societies of Kentucky convened at the First Presbyterian church of Covinglon May 25th The meeting Is held un dcr the auspices of the Licking Valley District Union The Kentucky Union have a coma bled membership of over 19000 ICUI Coulter formerly State Audi tor died at his home in Mayfield May 25th of rheumatism of the heart I He was forty five years old and left a family There was not a more popular man in Western Kentucky George H Patterson and several other large tax payers of Franklin Ky have filed an injunction suit against W J Gaoch and other trus tees to contest the legality of the graded school election held in that city May 12th James A Mnell a prominent lawyer of Bowling Green Ky died of diabetes May 26th at the Ikthes da Hospital in Glnclwiattl lie was one of the noted lawyers of Kea lucky For twenty years he had been the L N Attorney far that district lIe left Centre College before graduating to join General John H Morgans command In the Con federate army The Publishers League of the Eighth District will meet in Shelby ville early in June A big percen tage of the newspapers in the district are Democratic and as there are so many prospective candidates for Congressmen and state officers it Is understood a gcod sprinkling of pol iticians will meet with the editors 1 n a Congress understand that some really adequate immigration legislation IsI wanted and that at the earliest pos Bible date I We are apt to bee our heads over big figures It sounds very aspiring to hoar orators talking of the might el a nation of two or four hundred mlllioa freemen Talk of this sortI Is well enough in theory In plain fact mere numbers do not always meat power while crowding always means discomfort and even positive want to its victims It Is a American habit to speak of the American smartness as the chief cause of our altogether unusual prosperity When the repbtilic has a population twice or three times as I big as it has at present Americans will begin to find out whether it was their own genius or the bounty ot a rich and uncrowned country that gave them WHwual prosperity In the first huadred and fifty years of their national existence To rule ones anger Is well to prevent it iIs better It isnt always the longest prayers that leach farthest into heaven It IIs not so much what a mans parents were as that he be Ihe t ht kind ef man- Apologies are confessions of weak IMM wkkk should never have cause tt 11t r I I I JUSTIN OE CARLOAD I ROYAL BOQUff1F FLOUR Finest Wither Wheat High Grade Patent Made in the center of the finest Winter Wheat section from the BEST WINTER WHEAT Every Barrel Guaranteed S 95 Per Barrel 4 60cPer Sack IIN TRIE I BAPAIN CARNllt8t 1 i AT i i t BWlbIfSOiNL I i t I 1 ssitrwatttttsv tJr We all admit that telephones are a great convenience yet they occa sionly make a nun feel like break ing the third commandment Some times on a busy day when work is rushing and your phone ring twenty eight times and only two rings of any Importance the other twentysix be- Ing calls from some one wanting to CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS At ELLISONS SaturdayJune July to be MadekBenevolence Is the minister of I God Appetite and reason are like two buckets In a well when one is up the other Is down- Impatience j Is a proof of interior strength and a destroyer of what little there may be No company is better than bad companyEarthly delights are sweeter In expectation than enjoyment but spiritual pleasures more in fruition than in expection The avaricious man Is like the barren sandy ground of the desert which sucks in all the rain and dew with greediness but yields no crops for the benefit of others The more reserved a man Is oy nature the greater his longing for one kindred spirit to whom he can lay bare his own Little self denials little honesties little pasting words of sympathy little nameless acts of kindness little silent victories over favorite temptatkMW these are the little thread oC gold which when woven together gleam out so brightly In the patters of life that God approves Misses Eva and Lucy Murchison of Cayce were la Hkkman Moaday 1 1 speak to your help the Inquiry being Is MissIn This taxes two from their work twentysix times and some one has to pay for all that lost time in addition to the annoyance It dsesnt look just right now does it During working hours phones in business houses at least I should be used for business only I State Line Items Misses Virginia and Helen Thompson visited Misses Lucy and Jennie Burros Saturday night Mrs Mary Prather and daughter inlaw Mrs Rose Prather attended Childrens Day service at Rush CreekMiss Doll Thomas of Oakton was the guest of Mrs Burrus Brass field Sunday Paul Shaw and Leonard 1 1 ilildbc went to Hickman Saturday Misses Clara Farrar antI Miry McConnel of the Mt Zion nui h berhocd pttended preaching at Pop lar Grove Sunday Mrs Green Watson of lickmanI is the guest of her daughter Mrs Rose Prather James Maddux went to Hickman SaturdayMr Mrs W Bt Clark and family attended Childrens Day at Rush Creek L C Maddox went to Union City MondayMr B Shaw of Hickman accompanied by his wife attended services at Popular Grove Sunday Miss Laura Brown of Hickman was the guest of her sister MrsI Ola Shaw Sunday J P Maddox and P E Shaw at To refuse a paper at the postoffice is pimply a cowardly way of insult ing the editor and to thus refuse it when indebted to it only doubles the insult Miss Kate Ridley went to St Louis last week to visit her sisterA tended the F L C Club which was entertained by Miss Virginia Tlnm son last Frldiy evening Y SCorrespondents NoticeI I We wish to respectfully call at I tention of our the Impoitnnco of having Iholr items In II HemeIlconti gone press con st 4r I ly too late for publication that week Uric o IM t oic r I bu pencil sonic uiiiwlts that weekIWeI aCIi isk that nil oromnnlrntns be in tht floe We In tai W will glidly send stationery and postage upoi ieccipt of request NOTICE A monument erected by the mem oiy of H F Kemp a departed Sov ereign will be unveiled with appropriate ceremonies at the City Cem etery Hickman Ky Sunday June 10 at 230 p m by the officers and members of Kim Camp No3 W 0 W Everybody cordially invited to be present especially Woodmen I The Gild willmeet with Mrs Jack Millet Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock I d r F It Iis announced from reliable sources that Gerald Finn formerly speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives will be the Demo cratic nominee forStali Senator from the Simpson County district and can be relied upon to be found fighting for administration men and measures With a state primary Democrats confidently expect to reclaim th Ninth Congressional District and to carry every congressional district in the state except the Eleventh According to the law all entries nmt be closed fifteen diys before primaries are held Therefore only the months of June July August September and part of October remain for candidates to announce themselves and it make their cam paigns The Earthquake Eradicator- The man was explaining his busi ness to Major Ueardsley says The Kvusas City Times I represent the American Rubber Tube and Tiling Company he said Our products arc the greatest in vntln of the age Any city whose water mains art made of iicaar an ether metal Iis MI the mercy tf earth 411 ikes Our proposition b to equip tie water department complete with rubber water mains Earthqua1 r- ca i not injure them Freezing can not burst them They are pliable and givt room for expansion But in case of an earthquake said the Major the great buildings would fall on the rubber water mains and choke off the supply of water Our company said the agent is now perfecting plans for rubber construction in all skyscrapers s1 thaat If an earthquake topples them over they will pounce btiqlc Inv mediately into place A HAPPY MOTHER Will sivs that her baby is prop rlv cared forto do this Is a good pur gative Is necessary Many babiesisuffer fromvorms anti tholr mothers dpnt know itifyour baby Is fever Ilib and doesnt sleep at nights it tt troubled with wotms Whites Cream Vermifuge will clenn out these worms In a mild pleasant wav Once tried always used Give it a trial PrlQe 25 cents Sold by Cowgnii DiugiStore and Helm and EllisonY wi k 1 9 to 4th I nowadays Thoughts correspondents ie T Spoke for Himself Only An Atlanta minister tells this at- his own expense according to Hai pers Weekly He had employed as- a general ulllltmnn a country negro named Jake and found him a- very satisfactory servant except forIrntherlongwhile One day he came to tin minister and made his usual request Alls dm bl cged ter go Mar Jeonw he wild Ah dun hade 1 ter frum mah wife what llbes out dunlsayWhen did you getyour letter the minister asked Last Chusdiy salt Well I hat on from her yrs r terday in which slMjUUciHhal aU 1 all she thoughts d manage- e cotton and for yl o to cvn Howab ut that asked the mints tor who had a rather well developtd sense of humorundwhownssecretly ylDatyl surprise Dda41h rericcaAh wont BO- As he uailttalng the room I huii turned and sold t Wft y Mars Jaems Ah oughter Mess dat Au AhI att lie Ala nebber bad mft life llit 1 1t3 T h 11 w s FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK I lan S4r S4 iisbrr AD Basstit indn00111eIIfMrJ Cifii this Guarantee we olicit your JIII J ATHOMIilNlMirfrt H HUOHANAN lremlont LIk7TORlH r IIIJ w ALYXA4NYRJ M1HLKK KtlHFUKH Illlft Hr JNIIHItilii I Want to See You BEFORE YOU BUILD Your Now HOIIRO I luwo tllItUoIt Building Mntoriitl in Hioknmn and my prics aru right lveryUiing for tho huildur Como and see my Stock Kstirnatos gladlv runiiitlKMl L WA ODDS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS 1855ITOM DILLON Sr Propr Successor lo B C Ramnge decd Marble and Granite Monuments CURBING STONE WORK of all Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY YOU WANT- A muggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy witha written guar ante For expert hone shoeing ndibJcksmith Hooks workof of all alt kindsII Plows Cultivators Harrow Drills Stalk Cutters WJBARRYHICKMAN KENTUCKY sots At 74 for Staple and Fancy Groceriand Fresh Meats of all kinds HHINZ PICKLES AND PRESERVES Club Can Goods Sole agents for Dwjnell Wrights Coffee White House Brand HICKMAN GROCERY CO I For Sale 3 desirable places A room house for 450 A room house for 850 A room house for 1200 SEE M B SHAW C I It 1 A 4 5 5 II l I nil i I I I I 1 Church Notice Preaching at the Methodist Church Sunday at I 1 a m and 730 p m Sunday School 930 a m Prayer meeting Wednesday 730 p m WEST CHAPEL Sunday School 230 p m Preaching 330 p m You are welcome at H C Johnson Pastor iiUMBERLAND TELEPHON h TELEGRAPH co I INCUR fill HD Long distance and telepnonua ol this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mlsslsalrpl and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satlnfnctory with tho people of this groat suction of the counts y Wo aollcltyour patronage Hutim reason able EqulpmunUJ alit fncllltlua unsiu nnssod JAMCS CAL tWCLL- r ati GIl1r every alt thesis services linos LLAllt IIIiUf bccrr7Pt Lon7raa O WUiIII lI CoUncil Proceedings Ilkkman Ky June 4th 1906- Council met IB regular session present Mayor Dillon Cowicimrn Denuell Caruthers Hale and errII Minutes of lut meeting were read and oa motion approved The following accounts were presented p opcrlv approved and en wet ion al lowed and checks ordered Issued for amounts lllckman Harkware Co merchandise S 1515 CityHall S Cotton tt Adams repairs on City Hall S1 J It Donnell street work to June 2 8590 T F Benton street work to June 2 7550I Report of City Treasurer for May 1 1906 Gen Fund Acct To 11 per last report 56495 I To amt reed of Tom Oil loa Jr 132439 To amt reed of II C Helm 11589 200523 By at paid out during May 142563 Bat to credit thus acct 579 60 I Water and Light Bond A ctII Io bal per last reportk1945 OJjj By int paid on bond 3000I Bal to credit this acct 191503 City Hsll Acct To bal per last report 9848 To amt reed of II C Helm 475 I Bal to credit this acct 10328 W C Johnson C T The Clerk reported tbt be bad executed the following deed to CtmiiinI ttery lotus Eo P Pollock east half of lot na of 218 consideration 32 size of half 1 1 A HItcher lot no 120 color ed Cemetery consideration 1280 size of lot 16x20 ft were urid oVr d spun 1 upon the records published and filed1cOn motion the City wit j Instruct d to pay off one City Hall Band On motion the Supt of Cemetery was instructed to get bids for reo j pairing the Sexton House and re port at next meetingsoThe following ordinance which was Introduced at the last meeting was again read and on oration pass edTh City Council of the Cityof Hickmaa Ky do ordain as fel lowsThat a fee of 50 Cents shall be charged for issuing each license which said amount shall be alloyed to the City Clerk for lisulng same and said fee shall be paid by the party to whom the license Is granted H O Helm C C On motion council adjourned Attest H C Helm C 0 A Sof E Column JAMES H SAUNDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet as follows Hickman lit and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and 4th Tuesday p m Graves 2nd and 4th Thursday p m Mont gomery 2nd and 4th Wednesday m Cayce tat and 3rd Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets lit and 3rd Wednesday at p m Every one Is cordially in vited to attend these meetings On account of tteing crowded for space this week we were compelled to leave out the regular communica lion The same will appear in proper for U next week Editor Mr and Mrs R L Dacus Mr and M P McDowell Mr and Mrs Carr Turner Mrs P H Weaks and Ed Robinson of Fulton at tended the commeacement sermon rtf Hickman College Sunday I The Length of Congressional Seion Now that the meet important general bills passed by the the House this year but those regulating ranI road rates and providing for the adII mission of Indian TerriIi tory Arizona and New Mexico into the Union have reached the confer ence stage Suiatora and Represen tatives are beginning to speculate on the chances of an early adjournment Senator Alllion Iis quoted as predict ing that the end would come towards 0the last of June The Senates silo position to speedily dispose of the 0bg appropriation bills was demon strated when the Legislative Execu tive and Judicial Appropriation billI was disposed of in a single sitting Ithe work on such bills is done and done thoroughly in committee The Philippine Tariff bill IIt still smother ed in the Senate Committee on the Philippines Two years ago the long session ended in April Mu the 58th Congress gained a montt by assembling early in Novembr ii response tt the Presidents proclama lion and alter the reciprocity agreement with Cuba had been approved no other legislation of impjrtanc was undertaken In vit w of th magnitude politically of the qUelltt flans this the 59th Congress faced its record of 1 progress has been creditable earlier congrease- have wrestled for longer period over measures ot less consequence I The 50th sat from December 5thI 1887 to October 8th 1888 struggling t with a tariff bill which failed to passII The 51st which passed the UcKinf ley Tariff hw sat until October lat The 53 which passed the Wilson I Goram bill was ir session nine months The earlier i i recent years have been due in part to the development in the House Representatives of the Reed Sys of rules and in part to the decay of the intense spirit of partisanship which donTiuated politics before the old sectional tines were broken by the Bryan free silver campaign of 1896 Both House and Senate are now less contentious and excitable bodies and both have learned to drop petty politics when dealing with routine legislation If Congress can pass by July tat in addition to the regular appropriation bills a railroad rate bill a statehood of bill a Philippine tariff bill of me sort and a bill removing the oftax on denatured alcohol it will r 3 3 3 p 3 h A of Cecil Rhedes One of the stories told to illustrate he overbearing and impetwm nature of Cecil Rhodes is of his experience with a little German clerk in the government offices at Johannesburg according to a writer in The Buffalo Times Rhodes had to Itaud in line aAd he didnt like it He had not been used to standing in line in South Africa or anywhere else Please attend to me at once he said I cant wait When your turn comes muter mumbled the clerk Confound you sir dont you know who I am Im Rhols Oh yes I knew that but that didnt worry me was the 1 muffled replyIf you were in Cape Town Id have you discharged in a minute the Premier Yes I have heard that thy dis charge people in Clip Town for do ing their duty answered the clerk but we aint in Cape Town This is a republic THERE ARE FEW People who know how to take care of themselvesthe majority do not The liver is a most important organ in the body Herbine will keep It in condition V C Simpkins Alba Texas writes I have used Her bane for Chills and fever and find it the best medicine Iever used 1 would not be without it It is as good for children as it is for grown up people and I recommend it It is foe for LaGrippe Sold by Cow gills Drug Store and Helm and EUUoa hive to put on thei Statute books within a reasonable time legislation far outweighing in Importance the out put cf most of its longer working predecestors DONT tMMI I Dont let your child suffer with that cough when you can cure it with Bollards Horehound Syrup a sure cure for Coughs Bronchitis Influen za Croup and Pulmonary Diseases Buy a bottle and try it B B Laughter Bylhalia Miss writes I hive two children who had croup 1 tried many different remedies but 1 must say your Hore hound Syrup lathe best Croup and Cough medicine I ever used Sold by CowgiUs Drug Store and Helm and Ellison r yCause for The late Dr BtirJman i Pll adelphia Public Ledger used to relate this on himself I preached a funeral sermon at one time and spoke longer than was my The undertaker was a man of nervous temperament and as the afternoon was going he began to be anxious to be on the way to the cem onerof my members Doesyour minis atasa funeral thatsis a good sermon Yes said the undertaker the is all right and I believe in the resurrection but Iam afraid if he does not stop pretty soon I will get this man buried In time Home Cofrling tuckians Week of KenIIII Ky June 10th to 15th One fare plus 25 cents for round- trip fare 8 35 via Illinois Central Tickets on sale Juno 10th 11th 12th sad tiains scheduled to arrive in Louisville before noon of June 13th Return Tickets to be good for contincus passage in each direction i with final return limit to reach ori ginal starling point not later than June 23rd 1906 Unveiling The Woodmen of the World at Fulton Ky unveiled the monument a dt irted Sovereign Sunday last quite a number of Sovereigns horn Hickman being present Decoration graves was also observed 9 to 1M HICKMAN Treasurer Oklahoma Story roared Alarm custom Clayton Items Mr Albert Caldwell was in Nashville a few days last week on businessMiss Birdie Glover of Hickman visited her father Cheatum Glover last weekIMr Juhn Nettles died Saturday of dropsyMiss Glide well of Wood land neighborhood visited in this vicinity last week Mrs Tom Oieatum is sicl at this writingMisses Laura and Ruth Caldwell vHted relatives in Union City last weekThe fanners of tW nei S iihout are truaI planting corn Mr A E Caldwell will ctR his whew this week on his bottom farm Apple Blossom Coim siioncr Sugeant aays that there wrr 50000 unregistered Chin ese in the country Hut he intimates that this is merely because he was not made Commissioner of Immigra tion sooner Senator TUlman ought to get some pointers from Mr Eeveridgt on methoda of getting legislation pass ed while you wait Senator Aldrich says Congress will adjourn by June 15 Consider ing that there are seven bills which it is absolutely necessary to pass the Senator must be counting on an epidemic of vocal paralysis among his colleagues MM FurnitureE on INCORPORATEDt Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 =BONDOeANT c SoliV Loans Insurance Real Estate Office over Ledford fc Handles store UIOKMAN KV T F Beaton Contracting and Haulingto Anything AnywhereAny time Telephone 58 Frenz Corner Grocery lliresh Tropical Fruits Canned Goods Groceries Everything freshand UptodatewS f FINE CIGARS AND CANDIES S E HALFORDII Dont Forget That we carry a full lint of Drugs Medicine Toilet Articles Massage Cream c Toilet Waters and Soaps Every thing necessary r for the toilet- GowgilPs Drug tora- Incorporated CARNIVAL OF BARGAINS ELLISONS Saturday June July 4th T J 1 PHONE Millionaire communication t 1 I I tllotrfOn i adjournments I a I I l JJG LcforIny Groceries aardw re Fresh Meats CL Feed Storl Efn4r 6 CHASE A SANIORNS COFFEES and TEA- SSomers o Retuaurant- t i Convenient to R R Stationj Everything new and upto date fresh Oyster Any Style Meals to order at all hour Quick Service Fruits Cigars Finn Chickens Buy your family groceries Irom V E Cavltt You get everythiis jfesh at popular pries 1- ii r 3 f r Ai Y THE HICkMAN COURIER qkIuturel hi Uw HttkiiMii ItetfalHiw a fit ml CMM wail HMIUV ulcrijitknt IMnw Itor asr Uwe Dottm r c 1 1H T BSALB Korro AM MOR- n t FRIDAY JUNE 8 1906 A CHANGE With last issue of the Couiieri y June 3d the Htskrann Courier changed hands we trust for tho last time I togethor with Merit s Jno C Sexton and W C Sp tr of 1i Sturgeon Mo have purchased tits office ant outfit and have aeumed full obnrge and control It k needless to say that the policy of tin paper will be the snme purely demo cratic always And devoted to the best Interests ot our tewn county and state The patina alive named vjll arrive hi Hickmane or before the 15th nf to awitt in the duties of the wont An kHrodiietton to the public will net be n essary 1 I have known them both for a number of years both HIT sober euz u tic young men thorough 1st newspaper work and tt is hoped that we wit i be enabled to very much Improve jI tht old Courier ofwhich we are very proud state with thoir help nows can be authored read compiled a much mote satisfactory manner I than can be done at present from I aloe fact that for the past six months lhnvc been burdened with both j editorial duties and a pert of the I mechanical department I think a Ungthly salutatory with lengtbly facts fa unneceewur hence with taste few ward thank Ing our many friends riP heir put kindness and coDsMerattoM and asking in the name of the newII I mampnMmt ycur continu c patron age 1 air Very Rospcotfolly 1IIC TmkBLt Inz10j ourselves and to otjiers we wish it distinctly wider stood that tire former correspondent of the Courier known as Aragon it rot in my meaner whatever con nected with the correspondence of this paper ad kite pit bean since we became ft put of the management the Ural of this year Aragon we undet Utn i hsO been given credit by sour fur the HOMO Circle Column which appears weekly in the Courier Ithough the credit belongs to anoth r Troy Shooting K part of what the Troy sa of the killing of JJ4I J H Burnet near Troy last week We gave a bunt Account of the shooting lust H c shooting and kilting by Jch Jimmerum olI John J Burnett o last Friday morning created a profound sensatu n Burnett nod JimY mtron were born and reared in a i mile of ouch other Till recently they vrcreregarded as the best o friends Some months ago Butnetit began walling on Rita Reedy good looking girl she being a of James Wicker and Jno J Reedy grandniece of Jame a Reedy of county Mrs Reed was a tenantun Burnett Cam The mother d the daughter to mar ry Burnett but an estrangemen came between Miss Ella and Bur net The rupture came one day when she and llurnett drove te Hickman IjitFt what occurcJ we do not know aa Buniett refused I tell tujust what did occur on the ground Very likely that It was non of our business Burnett soon heart that reports were circulating In hi community and at Troy detrimenla H M i Friends and readers kindly remember that this paper is being run for you for your Interest awl np I pravat The managements Ill n t inttnienaily paint anything that will offtnU anyve You will re member that our columns are open for auytople of interest whether 80101 locals otherwise It IIk true we will draw the line on per sonal altastn There has been an instance In which certain persona I who had aspirations for the editors chair of the Courier because we refuted to print 1long oolaam and I two column nrtisi o on April Fool Biscuits and certain other article which would tend to reflect on citi sent circulated pseudo reports be sides proclntmtftf broadcast that three was no one Iin the Courier oOce who knew anything about running a newspaper It Iit true we am not veterans hi the uaiinesfi but haw been here long enough to have judgment enough to refuse such Aotsotn at that Before such will appear in our columns the doors will be doted and let the office cat have fell charge forever after Kindly remember that any contribu tion ot interest will be welcome Men and Women Wanted for Christian Work to Christian young men and women t gall evangelical denominations to equip themselves for ChrUtiati work It Notwithstanding that hundreds of students pus through their nands owns year the demand for such as they train far exceeds the supply These calls are for pastors of smal churches assistant pastors tenchert home and foreign mis stomvrin deaconetees Sandaj School workers loaders in boys work vocal loot motors choir leaden and V M C A and Y W C A secretaries Willie men and womer do not get rich at this kind of yet salaries are offered alt the wHy from SGOO to SUn a year The instruction Iin this Institute it frto ef aoat to the students and isI under the direction of Rev Jaues i 1M Cray Rev William Bvans iI director of the BtWe Course and Dr D B Tovner director of the I Mette Coarse supplemented from time to time by specialists from i different parts of the world An I Illustrated catalogue and schedule will be sent to any address on application to 90 Institute Place Chi Cap Students are at liberty tot tOt at Any time aa the work is carried on throughout the whole year y x to his character that he bad threat I enact the girls life that Itshe did not marry him she would never mar ry any one else unit so on We have heard Burnett say that he never used any such language to Miss Ella or to any one else Bur nett seems to have charged nson with spreading the report On what grounds wedo not know Our information is that he employed a stout team of lawyers and bronght a 5000 elaundor suit increased to no small extent the bitterness of feeling between the two men Jlmmer 1son recently took the girl on a sort l of sub rosa trip to Union City thereto get her deposition as against Bur nets This seems to have made the John Jimmerson states that on Thursday before the killing as he Il had left the big road this side of T McRec old place and had enter called to him to step A coy Bob owe Moss heard this conversation tho had not had the opportunity to ee i s would have to be done or he wou- ldllx1 i Jimmerson and maybe the girl a THe Baccclaureate Sermon I IThe IIltckman College Baccelau address wits delivered at the Court Hewie Sun Jay morning at VI ocrook by Rv Gardener of tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Greenfield reran Spacial vocal and Itutruwntal music was rn deed the voenl by Miss Mabel Wilson who sang the 23d Psalm tad the Instrumental on violin by Mr J II Milieu The addreai was one to be long remembered in Illckmari Mr Gardener IIs a for cible speaker and held the audience throughout the address with rapt attention ns if by magic The court hottte circuit court rrom was ornwded Completion of Smoke Stack Not a llttte interest has been manifested in the erection of the smoke stack of the Coal and Ice Co The work was completed Tuesday afternoon and while the scaffolds were still up on the inside quite a number of dUttnt ventured upon the inside to Uw top to take a birds eye view of picturesque Hickman outing one and those who were courageous enough to take the venture did tOt regret it although quite a tiresome task I We were asked this week by a de linquent subscriber why we kept on sending Lbe paper aft r the subscrip Lion date had expired Every ly newspaper in towns of this size is forced te do this Should we stop sttbfcriptioM when time expires nine times out of ten the subscriber would glee ue a calling down for nsinuattng that his credit was not lead Rather than to oast a refleo ton against the honesty of n wrfber to small debt it Is next lUbeII necessity for a home paper to con inue tending the paper after the Ime has expired It Is not neoess uy tot tho city duties cr weeklies to chow this rule as their subscribe live at a distance and are not per MOnt friends as is the case with a majority of our subscribers Our subscribers should deem it an honor to know tint we do rat doubt their integrity and continue to send them the paper after their time has expir ed Siuuld any desire their paper dod should notify us and remit to date If they have not already done so House for rent centrally located apply to H M Elllwn too inside of a week Jimmersot states that he got away fr m there and pretty fast at that c un armed and apprehe g r uble On the following Frid jJ morning Hunctl arose early an having sent his hands and tools on lw himself went horse back to his Hum he old J T Reedy farm and tt reach which he had to go tight by Jimmer sons the latters home being on the Hickman and Troy road just beyond where the Union City road turns Jimmereon States that with his gun in hit left hand with the view of killing a squirrel or quail for his sick father and a basket of corn in his right he started up the big road towards Hickman to feed his hogs Hu looked up and saw Burnett rid lug down the road When Burnett got to within some 50 yards of Jim merson hc cried out to Jimmerson Stop there Dont come any nearer me with that gun Thereupon Jimmerson states that he told Bur nett that he meant no harm and that he had no af Injuring him Thereupon Burnett told him Holdup your hands as if to draw Jimmerson fired but missed Burnett leaped off his horse The next shots strnck Uurnjtt one Look Here The fourth of the series of Sou venlr Post Cards from a my recant photograph of llic man College has just been finished This is a west view of the building taken from Troy Avenue This is rn Institution in which every person in Hickman feels an Interest and of which all are proud A souvenir card of the building will Abe a nice remembrance to your friends You can Ret them at the Courier office J for 5 cents Confederate Decoration j The friends and relations of the I dece led confederatet veterans whetI lie in the City Cemetery decorated I the graves Sunday afternoon after I an oration by Rev Jamison at the Court Home nil and a beautiful and impressive servic- eCommencement Exercises The Commencement Exercises of the Hickman Graduating Class occurred last night at the City Hall and from the fact that we went press before the exert ises we are 1to to give a detailed account although will give an account next wick The concert will be given Bob Shelby Captured Bob Shelby the negro who early in the spring shot and killed a negro boy in Jack Martins and who skipped the town before the officers could make an arrest was arrested in Cairo by the Cairo police and Sherriff Sat notified Gealder Johnson arrived in Hickman with him Wednesday night and lodged him In lit to await the action of the September term of Circuit tout An indktrnnt was returned in the May term of ocurt against him far murder The officer have madn former attempts to locate him but not until this week was a positive olue mind In an antemortem state mgt the negro said that Shelby shot him without prevarication Dont Miss IL The Southern Home is a magazine devoted to the home and should I find Ha way to every horn The regular price of this magazine IsIIII 1100 a year but for a limited we will send you the Home lorSl10I n subscriptions or for money paid on I old subscriptions Dont miss this opportunity but leave a dollar at this office and get both papers tCII I week Lake warit Blblr work donut week they i i Uv others t o iit heart He throw up his Lands and cried Lord have merry and fell dead In the road Our information was that no pistolwasfound on his person tho this has been denied funeral was on of the saddest ever witicf He was burled at Mt Ararat the services being conduct I ed by Bro Holder hard by his fa thcrs grave John J Burnett Will an impulsive nan Though extremely levelheaded and practical in business life In some of the other relations of lifeI erratic We have known him nearly all his life He has attended a school taught by us He was a respectful studious well behaved boy at school We never hid the slightest trouble along with him We have knows Jimmerson all his life Ho is a plain practical hardheaded straight forward man Jimmerson married preliminary trial was placed under a 10000 bond to await the action of the court From what we hear public sympathy Is mostly OH Jim c T It It repotted that the Chinese Emperor IIn dead again Harry Millet und wife of Cairo are his father this week Alien Henry of New Madrid was in the city this week Take your produce toV E Ciivitl on the 11111 rile treshest of groceries al Cavilts Souvenir Cards of College at Courier office IRob Dougherty of Cairo visited friends and relatives Sunday Sunday School every fcu day at 10 a m at the Presbyterian Church Preaching every second Sunday Miss Katherine Flack of Union City is visiting Mrs Prather Cuillt on the Hill The Daughters of Confederacy will meet with Mrs J W Bland Tu sday JJO Mr and Mrs C H Parham and little son Dynum C vitited Mr and Mrs B ParhamSunday Fret Case of Purdue University LaFayctte Mo is at home durinf vacationGet souvenir post card of Hick man College at this office 3 for S centsMrs W 1 Selbyof Mlddlctowr Ohio is visiting her parents Mrs F E Caie Misses Ara Edwards and totMorris and Harry Edwards Iron Union Citywere guests of MrsI Clara Curlin this week Mr Joe Burke who has beet firing the switch engine In the yards here has taken an engine on the road and Is firing between lockout and Nashville Mrs B Parham and Mrs Sue Maddox after spending a pleasant week with Mr and Mrs Henry Metheny of Cairo have returned homePupils desiring te continue their mutlc through the summer months pleats see Miss Addle Murrell Terms 250 per month this is the year the month and the week when the editor must once more remind his delinquent subscrib ers how badly he needs that dollar Mr JasT Seat has moved his family to the Ringwood place on Troy Aye At an eleotioM at the City nail Wednesday three trustees were elected to the Hlcknwn College School Board viz Messrs S L Dodds S K Davidson and Julian Choate icnarsuta t Jlromer intention making College tonight restaurant Deputy Southern Burnetts getting visiting Ifickmari College afternoon Mrnnd I mtrsons side Burif tl was a manor fine business sense and much energy Starting with practically nothing he accumulated property to the value of 15000 or possibly 20000 It must be understood in this article we have only given the facts as reported and as told us sometimes by the principals some times by others and the report is probably as fair as could be written just at this stage Mrs J M Reid and Miss Katie have returned from a very pleasant visit at Memphis Tenn Quite an interesting communica tion was received in this office in regard to the new telephone line In the country but regret to say was received after hour of closing our last form The Martin News which has been run daily for a while and then changed to a weekly has changed hands the Moore boys stepping out and LemJBurge a compositor on the Baptist Banner a Republican assuming charge He will run It as an Independent sheet Mr T C Coleman formerly of the Oblon Outlook was here this week TIi IK NOTr 18 NlfflllKB Compared to the percentage of young poulhy raised how very hatch ClllOK FREDA I preparation ntnpoted of seed grain ground llne and beef scraps s STARTS IllI Ig YOUNG POULTIY RIGHT And keeps them right One seasons trial thats all thats needed to convince you GROUND1 OYSTI3R SIIISLLI No soft shelled eggs where this is used liens like it It Increases he yield of iS IFOODI e Youve heard of It W sell It F E CASE Grow I EXPERT TINNER have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert TInIer and Plumber stud solicits youi patronage In Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of al kindsALL WORK FIRST Cuss 3ulck service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R D BREVARD IcEMAn KENTUCKY Correspondents Notice We wish to respectfully otlll attention of our correspondents the Importance of having their Items in thli office by Wednesday Items continua to come In Thursday afternoon of etch week after we have gone to press the 1 last lime con sequently too late for publication that week Hence we must necessarily blue pencil some articles that are out of date for the next week Amos Simpson the negro who Tuesday morning assaulted Miss Lula Bond near Bardwell was cap tured at Mound City Ills by a posse of pursuers and from a special to the press it Is stated that the mou rows it will bang or burn him sa II ft BARGAIN CARNIVALI v gat ELLISONS Saturday June 9th to jfily 4th IThe granddaughter ofI twoyl Wellsyando stlJti fectlfrem i L f I lomeI hardworking countyJlmmerso I eg- gsINTEItNAIIiNAL STUCK = There is only one way to spend the FOURTH OF JULY isICOMEi Greatest attractions of litYOU y n V i TALKSit4 And Tells You the Confidence We Have in tRU M A Q 0 The Medicine that Makes RHEUMATISM go 3 You run no risk Ifyou suffer from rheumatism pay usI SO50cfor a bottle ink it and if it does not relelve the pains and I rure rheumatism trfmply return the empty buttle and get your ttmone back This is no fake advertisement No fake medicine We I can show you signed testimonials from responsible persons that Iit has cured 1 AyItsI Will Not Dornngo the Stomnoli i FOR SALE BY T T SWAYNE I 1I Or mailed postpaid for SOc by d The JANES MEDICINE CO Paris Tenn I M1 Dont Go Wrong It is an easy matter to go wrong in the purchase k of your family groceries You can save t a neat sum in the course of a year if you use i discretion in your purchases If you wish to save money and at the same time get the best the market affords see ttShawc3 Bettersworth HICKMRN BANK HIOKltAN ICY- o P1Pitlt tOOk PaM tl 5000000 ltavtn B fatyrjioureM neiworTmllT oi u4genn nt and a rcprttentauw Hoard of being cqnlpper with unexcelled faoillltM for the tninnaolton of nil Imancbm of iceltlniato banking The lllekrann Hank aoticiU the account of eorj riifloni frets and individual pNwltlllnJ the utmost liberality of treat ment isL tent with prudent hwliiow method I IanIImulcnt Senator Hoar wed to till this IfIfslcry of an incident he witnessed on a Boston strict car It was about 11 oclock p m the mystic hour when all law ablding Bostonians lose their thirsts The Set ator happened to notice a teas running after the ear and vainly trying to attract the conductors attention The Senator i notified the conductor who stopped best way to guard against of grafters and keep upto general Is to be a regular ot this paper It de always who door nat rrid his gme who gHs tught by the graft fakirs null Undivided ilIISutlRllIS 2QOOtfOO Diredlorand 1H KHUMATK ublerI s AMUFUO AWt Sublet carThe belated passenger who was somewhat under the Influence of liquor had no sooner climbellaboard than M delivered himself of the following remarks Shay Mr Conductor does this rod run to commodate the pas sengers or the passengers run to coramodate the road ELLISONS Saturday There is no better way of building up our town than giving to our home business men our entire and exclusive patronage The more we help each other the more we hrlp the town 1 OARUTHERSI un- lPOPULM UNOII PARLOBSI Seasonable Fruits Fine Candy 3 Fresh Brtitd and Cake Dont fail hoar tho Eluctrio Pin- noCARUTHERSPHONEBe n COTTON ADAMSJQtJJOI ioEllison Mercantile Co and Smith Adams Personal attention given to Plumbing Tin Work all kinds of Sanitary Work and Stoam Fitting Roofing Guttering and Roof Paimsting a spocialy LLVVORK GUARANTEED GIVE USA TFIiE L i The Home Circle Column Is not the happiest man or woman the most succrsslul in the highest sense of the word Given the com Potts of life ili anything more des sirable that the sunshine of a happy home where a loving wife and merry happy children abide and where friends congregate for cheer ful inspiring association Industry and temperance and courage will bring to any man the comtorU of life Add to this a kind heart and a generous tactful consideration toward all men and life is complete Because thou last kept the word of my patience I also wilt keep thee from the hour of temptatlou which shall come upon all th t world to try them that dwell upon the earth Behold I come quickly r hold that fast which trou hast that no man take ty crowns We doubt whether since the days of Noah there oJhas been a more pleasure seeking age than this Life is a merrygo round Iif it is anything Eating and drinking and feasting gaming and playing consumes every leisure hour of humanity in the main This queenlywoman and womanly queen has had an influence upon the world in wifehood and motherhood The mother cf Napoleon Marie Bamo linn was not what is termed an edu cited woman She married at tke ageofsweet sixteen yet devel oped into a very strong character It is claimed byjjis biographers that Napoleon inherited his firm will and lofty ambition trom his mother and not from his easy going father Napoleon said of his mother uShe has the head of a man on the shoul ders of a woman and he always went to her for counsel In the Ira portant affairs of life yet he did not always follow her advice We shall not venture to speak of Mary Ball the mother of Washington further than to say she wax a woman of high temper and indomitable spirit tier nephew Lawrence Washington who occasionally visited in the Washington home said 1 was ten times more afraid of my aunt than of my parents my aunt was the presiding genius of the heme and she awed me by her kindness The name ofja mother is our childhoods talisman our refuge and safeguard in all mimic misery tis ths first halfformed word that alls fron a babbling tongue the first idea that dawns upon the mind the first the fondest and the most last ing tie in which affection can bind heart to man I A mother cannot inflict greater punishment upon a daughter than to allow her to enter womanhood without a practical knowledge of he rel quirements the household Every thing may be provided for the young wife by the fond husband and des voted parents but unless she has an intelligent conception of the home she is seriously handicapped With some people a knowledge of house work is ridiculed but a person who does not give homrkceping a place among the fine arts shows an in tellectual caibrc away down below the commonplace A husband with a good salary does not lessen the necessity of a knowledge of housekeeping and homemaking The house and home require a head the as any other business No study is of greater importance to a girl after marriage she often wishes she knew more of cooking and less of latin Money and love combined does not form a safeguard where there iIs domestic incapacity A woman who is capable of filling her r L home in every sense of the word Is worthy of more true applause than if she possessed many accomplish ments We are often very much impressed by the woman who Is doing a great and grand work for humanity but the one who ictnins our respect is the true wifi and I mother who presides over her home and children with a heart and wad demonstrating kindness and ability which puts the blush on thu public life Let the parents the lather as well as the mother impress upon their young daughters whether they are In the country school house or college that the true womans phsre is in the home and the great bust ness and educational world that have I woI the Importance of her sphere I Back to the some is the cry olng up from thousands s let us educate our daughters for true womanly wo men i give them the highest eduction within our power but kelp tb m iluse to our hearts i teach thcste the rudl ments of housekeeping and graceful homemaking keeping the one great truth before tthem that a woman Is iaaie satisfactory to herself and those dear to her when she is a womanly woman firm capable but kind and gentle keeping her path way through life bright and good Parents should always tear in mind that Ute daughters health is far more important than anything else eJucathm without health avails but little The physical training is far reaching in its influence everything depends upon It whatever t else may be a girls desire or ambition let her health receive the first consideration A United Country The State of Massachusetts has appropriated 50000 order that it might be creditably represented optonThe faint suggestion of former misunderstanding between the sections melted away when a deputation colored men from Norfolk Va some of them clergymen explained to the legislators of Massachusetts that they heartily approved of the Jamestown celebration and wished its success sln connection with this evidence of the abolitnn of sectfonal misunder standings there Iis given herewith soree exceptions from a letter re l BARGAIN CARNIVAL 1 IIThe celved by Mr C H Pratt the SupaI i spT m i ih letter U dated rr Jst lit and among other things the writer says I retain very recollec I lions of the hospitality I received in i Virginia The dominant idea in my is that the Jamestown Exposi tion will be the most interesting from a historical naval and military point of view ever held will offer a splendid opportunity for north south to meet on common ground and celebrate an event or series of events vital interest to the whole country I am an ardent admirer of the character General Robert- E Lee uncle of your late President who had WM his way into the hearts of the American people Like ether citizens of Massachusetts who love the south I feel that if I can in asy helpIngExpolltionyou have only to command my servicesI myfatherNewHampshireMy wife was borN in Maine aNd we ratknow whom I have bees more attracted by ties ofsoclaMUiy and klndwis than those of the South I have had a wide experience with expositions for many years and I confidently predict for the Jamestown Exposition the site of which U perfect an un qualified DUCCCSS which will be a lasting honor to Virginia and the whole country COMMISSIONERS SALEI Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky Commercial Bank of NEW Madrid Mo vs DdtI Dr jno D Adams I Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Fulton Circuit Court rendered at the May Term thereof 1906 in the aove cause for the sum of one thousand dollars with interest at the of 6 percent annum from the 29th day of May 1905 un til paid and costs herein I shall proceed to offer for salo at the eat House door in Hlckmnn Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction Oil the 9th day of July 1906 at 10 oclock a m or thereabout being County Court day upon to credit of six months the following described property towlt t A tract of land lying and being in Fulton County Kentucky known as the Knowlan land is about 77 12 acres bounded at follows on the East by Jos F Hawkins on the North by Levi Bates formerly J R Adams on the West by Nolan land belong ing to A M Adams and by J C Hawkins and the Gravo yard on the South by James C Harris estate being the land conveyed to Dr John Adams by deed on the 2nd day of September 1898 Deed recorded in D H 20 page 76 records of the Fulton County Court or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these teVjms J R Mllner Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of J W Hayes Decd i are hereby notified to file the same I with properly proven on or be fore July lstM906 or the same will be forever barred ohn U Maycs Executor of J W Mayes k I same t r r s I I and the and t I rate per and and Rock of Ago Rock of Ages cleft forme Thoughtlessly the maiden sung Fell the words unconsciously tongueSung JuneFelldown On the current of time Rock of Ages cleft for me Let me bide myself In Thee Rock of Ages cleft for me Twas a woman sung them now prayerfullyEvery Rose tthe song as a storm tossed bird Beats with weary wing the air Every note with sorrow stirred Every syllable a prayer Rock of Ages cleft for me Let hide myself k Thee Rock of Ages eleCt for me Lips grown aged sung the hymn Trustingly and Voice grown weak awl eyes grown dim Let hide myself In Thee Trembling through the voice and low Ran the sweet strain peacefully tike a river in its flow Sung only they can sing Who lifes stormy paths have pressed Sung as only they can stag Who btttold the promised rot Rock of Ages cleft for me Let me hide myself in Thee 1- r e+ Good WaterH- ave connection rd now with the Water Work alto be readyaHere it the chemical analysis consisting of the following units in a millom Total solids in solution 8000 Chlorides 31S Free am nia 00250 Albuminoid amonlaO 800 Oxygen absorbed in 15 mkt OjJiSOO Oxygen ataotbed in A hours 06000 Nitrates appreciate trace Nitrites very faint tracew Total hardness 60 Permanent hardness OflMlOX This ii a water of unusual purity and softness and can be recewended as a first class water s for alt purposeYours truly WM KRASS N We expect to keep the mains filled with this water after June lit aIllCKHAN COAL ICE Co When in the Cityii Drep iin and see our Drug Stere dressed up in its new togs We have just fitted it out with the latest ItylDf Drug Store furniture and while we are stuck on our apperance we will continue to give our business that care ful attention that has made a success A registered pharmacist on hand at all time to fill your prescriptons Cowgills Drug Store Inc Dr S K Duvidmw DeHigI HICKMAN Kl Office 1l1HllIillI over Cnlt1ll Illt CowviW T Miss Lillie has return ed home after completing secondary work in the Dickson Normal College Shf U delighted with the thorough systematic work dene by that institu lion She will leave in a short time to attend the State Institute at Mc Kenzie which is to be conducted by Prof T B Miss Lizzie is a deserving young lady and we are glad to learn that she is making so much success in her work ieettrau +itff 11 I I It at June 9th to July tth CAFE to in of ildfthe pleasant mind of of be security me me tenderly me as to it liramhtm Logglns 4 ANCIENT ROMK Is now merely a memory ot the past Ballardu ow Liniment iU tho fa rally Hnlmeof the twentieth cen tury A positive cure for Rheuma tism Bursa Cuts Sprain Neuralgia etc Mr C H Runyon SUuiberrv Mo writes I have ued Snow r Liniment for Rheumatism and all It pain I cant say enough in itskk praise Sold by CowgilPs Drug Store ad Helm Ie Ellison Cash US 2rostiJwJicl Soleetinn r- i I iNEWNtKS STATOMRYNOTION fee Call aryl see our Sioek Evury thing up U lateyMAHY RCKRNXIIM A Co Everything fresh at lowest price V L Cavitf For SaleTitroakerl and MW mill I machinery God condition Apply t tt1 tf S L Roytter Sft1 f i A