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TIRE HICKMAN COURIERPRINTS ALL 1 THE I NEWS OLDEST WNESPAPER IN WESTERN KENTUCKY 100 PER ANNUM = =a =ESTABLISHED 1859 HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY July 27 1JKXJ VOUMK XUNO o 5 n Thus Far Cotton Crop is Very Promising Lftc preponderance of evidence tea that the week was a favor one to the cotton crop RainsI f quite general and except ins a llocalities extremely beneftcUl trany sections they came mot rtunely namely In West Teo re and Northern and Western aama preventing a setback rjiened there by reason of att e of rain for a considerable j The only sections from e h complaint comes of excessive tall are norno bottom lands In- r ssippi and Arkansas where then in excess of that generally al ig over any considerable dls Onrrespondentc state that fit following what haabeen a t 1 iloudly week will impart I ule and vigor to the growth r st icctions light showers in the early week followed by a general rain at the weeks tarnished the moisture ar there is scarcely any com regarding the lack of cultlva v 1 the generally clean state of r p which has been one of the r a leading characteristics a a few local exceptions U y well maintained Com i uf scarcity of llais r have reared now as the cultivation is g ompletlon In many sea s then week will witness the wvrkig out of tne cotton T spective yield is often spoken wever as threatening a scarao If labor in the picking season A Fulton County farmer tells us t A the bolls are becoming numer y and in some earlier fields have utaintd good size The cotton plant iis fruiting well and the stalk has to date not made a very rapid wth being still a little undersized try htalthy and free from In rust damage Mississippi River Water to Christen Duchess Son h ksburg Miss July 17AI Mississippi river water sealed j tttesed by a justly of the peace p Trove that it was the genuine e is on the ocean bound for London home of the duke and css IIf Manchester where It W IC used in christening the baby t ft there by the stork a few sago Ury Mississippi river water 1 e specially required for the flY is not definitely known is believed to be due to tbeI i he dowager duchess who j i Muss Yznaga tier family wis at Ravenswood La and i resumed that a sentimental a for the great father of x 3 ic J to a desire that her newest n be christened with a few Irm the mighty river itself a y funs duke of Manchester f f the babe and his wife r w A Miss Zimmerman of CIn have visited the Yznaga ix ai Ravens wood and he has 1 4 Jeep affection for the birth motheriwell posted tithes of Hickman e the Courier Iksst our city is rR 20000 a year away from l se by not operating a flouring =NilynJ this city This sounds rca able and Is an Item that Is well nth consideration by the Com cirrclal Club Words of praise reach our ears r regard to the last issue of the urier We appreciate every kind word said for our best efforts are united to give the public a clean newsy paper pee that you would be proud to name as the representative of Fulton county The good work will continue Miss Mabel Wilton spent several days last week with Wingo frfewfcjl City Department Store vs Home Merchant One of the many growing evils of the country today is the city de partment store In our town where- we have the best of stores the mos honorable of merchants and where goods are sold at a margin so small livingtodollars are annually sent to the da partment stores of our great cities Farmers expect our merchant to pay them a fancy price for butter eggs and poultry for their pumpkins potatoes apples and tomatoes and then they take the money received from our home merchants and send it to a city department store There Iis neither economy nor honor in such a manner of doing business You can write it down in your hat that as a rule the city department store is a swindle Our citizens who patronize them should be compelled to ship their butter and eggs to them There is not a business man In our town who will riot duplicate their prices for the same quality of goods and he who turns down his home merchantr to patronize these fakirs is far from being a loyal patriotic and gold citizen Long Journey of Miss Naifeh to Jein Brothers After many thousands of miles cf travel by water and rail Miss Rosy Naifeh joins her brothers Messrs Naifeh prominent merchants of this city Mist Naifeh left her home Judiedit Margeon Syria thirty days ago traveling by rail to a small seaboard town on the Mediterranean Sea and from that point crossed 1yI steamer to the southern coast ot France here the young lady re turned to the small and incomodious trains of Europe and crossed the entire country of Frances from France the took a steamer and be gin the long voyage to the United States Miss Naifeh gazed upon the states for the first times from the entrance to the New York Harbor with the Goddess of Liberty wel coming her as she has all strangers since the union of the states It only took a few days travel to reach her new home in Kentucky after boarding one of the splendidly equipped coaches of our own UI roads which she thinks incomparable to any elsewhere Miss Natfeb exI presses herself pleased with thllII country and especially the land of the blue grass Several weeks ago it was reported that Mrs Harris Parten whose hus band was killed in Union City by coming in contact with an electric wire would sue the city for 25000 The papers have now been served but instead of 25000 the amount asked for w0000J Miss Jessie Lee Reeves a talented young lady from Fulton among fcveral others took the county ex amination of teachers and delighted her many friends by being credited with the highest class work of any other contestant this year She was given a four years certificate Miss Reeves Isthc guest of Mr and W A Naylor and intends remain lag In Uie city several days Upon her return home Misses Mayme and Ethel Naylor will accompany her C G Schlenkcr leaves next week for a visit to his old home at Eaton Ohio where he will be joined by his wife and continue an extended trip through the East Mr Lee Schlen ker with whom many here are well and favorably acquainted will con duct the business In the absence of his brother Mrs Beltle Herring of Union City was the guest of tier daughter Mrs T T Swayoe this week 4 Henderaon Place of AnnualI Encampment Adjt Gen Henry R Lawrtact has announced the selection of lien airwatl encampment Kentucky State Guard and that the encampment willl open on August 13 awl continue un ill September 7 The First o Louisville regiment will be the tint to go Into camp The companies of the regiment will reach the camp on the morning of August 13 laudI will remain until August 20 whenI they will depart for home The companies of the Third regiment will go into camp on August 22 and con tinue in camp until August 29 The Second regiment will reach the camp on August 3t and remain untill the close of the camp September 7 The Signal Corps of Frankfort will go Into camp on August 1 J and remain there until the end of the camp Adjt Gen Lawrence and Assistant Adjt Gen Parrent will beat the camp In charge of general headquarters dtring the encamp ment t Labor Becoming Scarce In I The South t John L McLaurin of South Carolina I who since hisrelirc neat from the Senate has devoted himself 1 energetically to the industrial de velopment of his Statet and of the South in an interview at Washing J ton sayshThe South is suffering from a scarcity of labor that Iis more notice able this year than everbefore On my plantation in South Carolina for the first time within my memory some of my negro cabins are empty The negroes are leaving the farms and are going elsewhere Thousands have gone to the North to be to beome hotel waiters and porten and servants generally Many thousands more have been drawn away by the great era of railroad buildings in different parts of the country Other thousands have itaken places as hands in manufac toriesi in cities and towns What iis jleft is not of so good a quality as we had in the generation just passed jIn slave times the negro was com pellod to keep regular hours and take care of himself and thus he was a valuable chattel Now the young negro gels into all sorts of dissipation which seriously impairs jhis usefulness The result is it next to impossible to get IIIIIItl capable labor on the farms of SouthcWhat wilt be the result In my judgment cur planters will have to turn to Italian labor The negro has proved a political failure and iin now he is demonstrating an Indus trial failure New and better labor will replace him at the plantations What Is to become of him I dont know Senator McCreary and His Friends Enthusiastic Senator James B McCreary and his ftlends are highly pleased overt the result of the conference held at Louisville last week in the interest ol the reehctton of Mr McCreary for Senator Those present went away feeling that the Senators chances vue benefited by the meet ing Active work will now begin all over the State in the interest of the Senator Committees were appointttf cd to take the work in hand Headquarters 1 will soon be opened in Louisville The meeting was more largely attended than was expected t by Senator McCrearys warmest supporters Every congressional1 district was represented Mr and Mrs Oscar Durham ofII Ripley returned Sunday to their Tennessee home after spending a week with Mr and Mrs BC Durban S r 4ftI n Messrs Barrett and Greent Lead in Fridays Shoot The regular members of tits localt gun club met Friday afternoon t- l toi engage In their weekly shootingr tournament Nineteen members participated and the scores averaged l far above those of any former con leafr Marry Barrett and Ira GreetI scored the highest points bothI ttieing with 20 pigeons Chas Perry stood third breaking 15 The other shootersp ranged from 5 to 15 birds Interest has net abated in this sport and in a short time medals will be given the best marksman i each tournament The club haIn1I fpurchased two new traps and clay pigeons so no contest will be postponed for lack of accoutrement IRoosevelt Only Chance of Republican Party W Bourke Cochran of New York Democratic Congressman and orator said of the political situation In my opinion Mr Roosevelt Iis the only choice for the Republican party to consider and I belelve the resident will be forced to accept the nomination Likewise I think that Mr Bryan tIs at this time the unanimous choice of the Democratic party for presidential candidate I would not be suprised to see some vigorous Democrat step from the New York governorship to the White ouse J Young Lady Makes Success Base Ball Umpire MIsa Amanda Clement a student at Yankton College of Hudson SII D Is probably the only woman baseball umpire in the country She ilI 17 years old handsome and healthy nd fills the onerous position of arbiter on the diamond with a grace and dignity that renders her decisions satisfactory to all contestants HerII sight is of the keenest her knowledge of the game Is thorough and she hallI an Intimate acquaintance with all the fine point and Inside plays Miss Clements services are equally sought by amateurs and professionals and she has received urgent cells both by wire and letter to hold the Indicator at baseball conttststt Miss Clement however continues I I notIshelias acquired She receives I and expenses for her workon j diamond and could make an exI living by umpiring but has decided not to abandon her booksI With the money she has already earned site will be able to continue school for a longer period than she had anticipated Miss Clements home is in Hudson She received her knowledge of baseball thrrugh her brother who is a professional player She first started umpiring for fun but her mock at once challenged recognition nest she be come a prime favorite When she appears on the field she wears a natty blue suit and a short blouse er wreath of halt being tucked up beneath a captivating cap No beslI lotion marks her rulings and when plays are made at the bates she 1U urlght over them Messrs Alex Stone and Will Helm eta contemplating a summer vacation in the hills of sunny Tennessee Mr Helm wilt visit in Paris and Mr Stone will spend a TeDnII at his old home also take a the Green river A cliff was washed down on the I C R R tracks at Fox Bluff i Tenn and but for the watchfulness of the track walker a aeries of wrecks might have occurred The track was covered for a distance of 4tXD feet beneath four feet of soil and JTrock r At J 1P 4t fir f An Opportunity for Men ofF Military Experience Under the supervision ofapt Henry W Carpenter of the Unitedi iStates Marine Corps the JamestownI Exposition is organizing a military force to be known as the PowhatanI Guard for the purpose of policing the grounds and of keeping the peace and order of the entire Exposition Capt Carpe tier is sending out upoa application an enrollment blank which enables him tt ascertain tc vlue of each applicant A limttrd number of these blanks are being atn to the various hill tar Institution of the State in the hope of securing the services of some of the students whose military experience makes them desirable to fill the ranks of this organization The entire command of the guard is in the bards of Uapt Carpenter who intends to tarry on the work under the strlIlell Military discipline In the enrollment of the guards men of military experience who have served either in the Army Navy or Marine Corps State Militia or Mill tary Colleges will be given first considerationCapt nter who has been de tailed by the Navy Department to command the Exposition Guards has established his headquarters at the Atlantic Hotel in Norfolk Va His career has been a vtry interest ing one and owing to the wide experience he has had in the public reception of foreign guests he Is perhaps the most efficient officer that could have been detailed for the positionThe guard will be organized as a battalion of probably four companies- one of which is to be mounted Each company will be organized and commanded as are the United States troops Ths uniforms are to be of a simple yet impressive design con sisting of a gray blouse and trousers I of a military cut and the regulation Army Campaign hat The mounted guards are to have the same uniform with the addition of riding breel ties and black strap leggins A white sun helmet and uniform of cotton duck will also be provided for hot weatherCapt Carpenter has formulated the following conditions of enrollment lro the guard Applicants must be between the ages of 21 anti 40 ot not less than 5 feet and 8 inches in I height and must have served either t in the U S Army Navy Marine Corps U S cr State Volunteers j National Guard or in some Military School or College The salaries to be paid to the en listed men are as follows mounted men 3000 unmounted men S2S 00 per month with an increase for non commissioned tfiiccrs In addition to this salary arc allowances for uniforms subsistence quarters medical attendance and equipments Beside the foregoing conditions each applicant will be required to undergo a physical examination before he is selected for appointment I It is expected that the Jamestown i Exposition will nave one of the most efficient organizations to guard its grounds that has ever been enlisted for previous expositions Cayce Camp No 46 respectfully invite Elm Camp No 3 and all Woodmen to attend nnd assist in unveiling a monument oh Sunday July 29th at 3 p m at Cayce Cemetery erected to the memory of the late Wm II Hail S A Johnson Clerk A few days ago a sailor bashful1 young women went into a store car rying three chickens and at the same time put them on tbe counter The clevk didnt know the thickens feet were tied and atked It they would lay there She bit her handkerchief and saidINo sir they are roosters Hickman Defeated by Hun tingdon Baseball Team The Hickman Baseball team whose reputation of last year was second to none among the Amateur leagues of this section took a de tided slump In both last weeks games with Huntingdon being badly defeated on the home diamond Huntingdon has a strictly first class team of all home players and put up a good stiff game of the proper article Both players and heir manager Jack Jolly merit much praise in the support of such a pleasing combination of gentle athleticsThe to carry off part of the honors but without success This t am Is composed of the cream of Kentucky as gentlemen but rather inferior as ballplayersWe intend knocking on our own boys but they need practice and much of it if the city intends supporting a team There Is splen did material nght here In the limits of this lair city but there are two things that are necessary to a suc cessful ball team first choose the right players then practice them Mr Roney has done all in his power to give the citizens the proper stuff on the diamond but he needs support from every citizen at all times Organize a team of strictly local players then give them support and it will succeed but not otherwise The scores of the two games were 13 to 3 and 10 to 0 respectively in Thursdays and Fridays games In favor of Huntingdon New Swindle Being Worked in Rural Districts An exchange gives the following warning to the farmers against a swindle which is being worked In the rural districts A new swindler is abroad in the land The swindler sells barbed wire fencing stretching machines He leaves the machine andl 40 rods of good fencing wire on trial regarding the farmer to sign for the return of the stretcher The farmer signs for 3 which of course tuna up at the bank for 300 instead He may not turn up In Fullon county but it would be just as well for our farmers to be on the look out for him just the same Ceremonies at Memphis in Honor of Forest Art enthusiastic crowd gathered In Court Square Friday afternoon of last week to honor the memory of the great war leader Gen Nathan Bedford Forrest the anniversary of whose birthday was the occasion of the celebration Old gray veterans surrounded by the bright winsome faces of the Daughters of the Con federacy were the center of at traction at the band stand where the exercises took place the military aspect of the occasion being heightened by the presence of a company of armed and uniformed veterans and a company of the local militia Albert Snow a young man of Wingo was arrested Friday and brought here by deputy sheriff H H Wallace on an indictment charg ing him with furnishing liquor to a minor Snow furnished bond and was released until circuit court Maytield Messenger Mr Tom Holcombe of Green ville Miss Is at home this week on a short vacation Tommy as he is familiarly known to has old asso elates has met with great success in time drug business at Gncnville Friends and relatives of this promts ing Fultcn county young man are justly proud of him r L 444Silks BLACK TAFFETA Silk yard twide very handsome quality wear guaranteed for 95c WHITE WASH SILK yard wide worth 75c or49c HANDSOME CHINA SILKS 27 inch all colors worth 60c for 43c 3Sc WHITE WASH SILK 21 inch for 22c EmbroideryN- ice Hamburg Edging That told at Sc for 3c Handsome wide Embroidery- worth 15 to 20c9cW- id Swiss Embroidery Edging and Insertion to match worth up to 35c for 15c Allover Embroidery Very handsome patterns that sold for 75c and Sl for 49c Ladies Belts White Wash Bets 10 and ISc values 8c Embroidered White Belts Worth 25 to SOc for 19C Ladies Collars Handsome Lace and Embroidered collars in quite a variety of dainty pat terns worth up to SOc for 19C Corsets J J C Corsets We sell the famous J J C Corsets Easy and graceful Sl Corsets for79c7S- cCorsets for 48c HandkerchiefsLa- dies Handkerchiefs Ladies lOc Handkerchiefs for4c 12J and ISc values 7c Towels Good size Towels worth 8 to lOc for 4c Long Huck Honeycomb ank Turkish Towels that usually sell for for 15c for 9C Fine Linen Towels Damask worth 25 to JOe19cHa- ndsome Towelsr SOc values 39c Bed SpreadsF- ull size Counterpanesw- orth 75c for 59c Handsome Counterpanes- worthp SI for 79c Marseilles Quilts Very fine white Marseilles Quilts beautiful patterns heavy 4and extra long worth 300 for 198 Shoes Ladies Shoes and Slippers Dig lot of odds and Ends worth S125 to S250 for 95c4 Odds and Ends Big lot of odds and ends in Ladies S2 and SJ oxfords your choice for 145 Ladies and Childrens while canvas oxfords fOI95c Shirts a CLUETTS S17S SHIRTS for 100 MONARCH SHIRTS for only 90c MENS 75 CENT SHIRTS s for 45c- MENS AND BOYS SHIRTS r for 19C 44 or ssssr rtllll Muslin Undewr Dainty Corset Covers that sold at 39 and 50c 20c Trimmed Drawers Ladies trimmed drawers worth 3Sc for 19c White Muslin Petticoats Handsome white muslin petticoats trimmed with wide embroidery wide dust ruffles ex tra good values at SlSOQ8c Ladies Plain Gowns worth 10 to SOc or29c2 Gowns Tery handsqme S2 gowns elab orately trimmed 129 Straw Hats All this seasons latest straw hats entire stock offered at Cost and L- esswswroI 3yd Curtains per pair 69c 129 Lsce reduced Toilet hair Tooth brushes Sc Tablets lOc bux paper and powder Mennens Talcum and Eyes 2c Pins- Thimbles Parasols lOc r T Goods Fine Lawn regular tOe values for 7c Lawn that have been selling fgr 1212 and 25c10cPersian Lawn very sheer and pretty persian white lawn JOe value19c Dotted Swiss that sold for ISc forlOcV- ery Fine Dotted Swiss to 3Sc value lcr19c Childrens All childrens is sacrificed this sale lower prices than ever 200 Suits for 100 500 Suits 375 350 Suits 245 1 tsna to in to to at to re to a re in a to Sl 2 3csoap Sc kind 2c of Fans 3c 3c 4 2c 2c Sc we 25 in at for for Pants Mens SI 25 f350 Pants Mens 550 for 5 5 Ive Pants Tailored Skirts made of all wool in black grey and blue that sold tor S5 S6 and 7 for 395 Wash Skirts White Bue anl Linen colors worth 75c anti tltll Fine Mattings that told for J5 and SOc Matting worth 25c lOc Table Oil Cloth 2Sc value l8c Window for 21c Brussels Art Squares 9x12 1650 values138- 5Trunks 250 Trunks h 198 350 Trunks 265 450 Trunks 345 500 Trunks 385 700 Trunks r = ELLISONStttttttttttttt July Clearing Sale Still continues be the most important event of the season merchandising The hundreds of pleasedcustomers who have visited our store during this sale bear full witness the genuinness of the bargains of fered Ask them and they will tell that bargains are be had Ellisons even better than are advertised For the Final Days of the Sale Beginning Saturday July 28th We have made still heavier reductions throughout this store Nothing has been spared our object being duce the stock minimum The goods must go of the prices Do not forget that items quoted this represent small proportion of the bargains be had There are here BARGAINS BETTER THAN ADVERTISED Ellison Mercantile r Hickman Kentucky 4 Lace Curtains Handsome values Curtainsreduced 350 Curtains to265 Notions brushesSc CombsScNi-ce envelopesSc Folding Talcum Powder12IeH- ooks Safety Childrens Purses Childrens fWllite White White White Clothing clothing Hickman gardless Pants 125 pants or95c pants 345 PantsMens pants 395 Camlet pantsfor Skirts Fine materials 1 Is49c1 0 f Mattings Japanese 25c Japanese Shades 545- r you advertisement only CoINC I I Dress Goods Entire Stock Markd Extremely Low Grey Suitings in the new shades plain and broken plaids that sell for 50 to 75o for 38c Mohairsin blue grFy and broken check salterns J6inch worth 75c at25cBla- ck Wool Drew Goods Very handsome black wool to7Sc1 Waists Handaome whit Shirtwaists that sold up lo 2 and 250 at 98c d i Laces FINE VAL LAOES that sold forSclo lOc for I5c WIDE LACES regular 10c quality for I5c A VERY FINE QUALITY LACE that sold up to JO cents for 10c ALLOVER LACK wry pret ty patterns worth SO cents for 20c Clothing Our entire stock of Mem Boys and Childrens clothing reduced lj lttIK IltlOK and leas 15 Suits Mens tine 15 suits for 500 750 Suits Men 750 Suits for 275 Fine Tailored Suits For men and young men 2n values for 1000 25 Suits The very f nest suits we have sell for 25 seduced to 1450 Wash Goods Remnants of Wash Goods Lawnr Ginghams etc that sold for 10 15 and 2Sr per yard 6c Fancy Lawns nice quality that sold for A for 4c Very Fine Fancy Lawns in the newest patterns that we hava been telling for 12 12 t1 ISc for Oc Silk Finish Wash Fabrics lllRh Rrodc fancy worth JOr to J5c for 15c Silkand Linen Mixtures woven wash fabrics newest de signs 50c values for 25c Overalls 50 and 75c Overalls for SOc Jumpers for 20c liens lOo Sqxeo Sc Mon 2Sc Suspenders 8C Mens lOc Handkerchiefs Sc Parasols7- 5c Earasols Ladies 75c parasols 40c 2 Parasols Ladles 2 parasols 132 Silk Parasols Ladles silk parasols very fine qualityworth up to 450 your choice for 298 White Parasols worth up to 250 for 155 Hosiery 10c Hose Ladies lOc hosefancy 5e Seamless Black Hose Extra quality seamless black that sells for lf c for 9c Childrens Ribbed Hose Treble knee ISc quality 9c White Lace Hose Childs white Lace Hose 2Sr quality for lOc Underwear Ladies Vests New quality bleached with tape and trimming Worth ISc 8c Millinery- We never carry over any millinery TRIMMED HA R5 that sold for SJ 4 and 5 jie est styles for 9Qc WHITE DUCK HATS SOc and 75c values 25c BABY CAPS white Swiss lace and embroidery trimmed tots u 1- Ocd4I tare r- N Jj bd 1 4 ME HICKMAN I = c j I J0SEXTONIEditors aid Prewritten = ==LiONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Mr CASH IN ADVANCE I ==Knlnrrd at the lllcktuan Kentucky I IwatolTico lit nocoucl claw until matter I = sFriday July 27th 1906 I Hickman Holiness Church Set i in Order At the Holiness church in East Hickman on Sunday night July 22nd i there was set in order by Rev L W Swanner of Caruthersville Mo what is known as The Holl ness Church of Christ Election of afficers as follows Sam Salmon Sr Deacon and Trus tee Mrs J H Nelson Deaconess i OT Salmon Trustee i Ethel Nelson Secretary The Holiness Church cf Christ being congregational in gover ment proceeded to call Rev L W Swanner as pastor for the time being Also ordained O T Salmon as elder They are expecting to repair the building known as the Holiness Chapel nod to hold regular services there Night Prowlers Still Continue Depredations Within the last week many resi dents have been awakened from their slumber by some nightprowler or gang of burglars out with little suc cess in a financial way The people are aware of the presence of these h men in our city and with the firitI attempt at entrance the owner is prepared for his coming and usually followsTThe grocery store of A F Oliver A and residence was attempted a few t heardttheir entrance and scared them t away Later on the same nlgct the residence of Charlie Rudder was at tempted but without success The home of Dave Pearson and tug boat owned by Messrs Uolar and Campbell were entered and the latter burglarized of several articles Mrs Amberg reports an attempt on their residence on Olive street but the prowlers beat a hasty retreat upon being heard Other residences are reported as getting their share of such failures but under the stress of excitement the imagination Is likely to become a little extravagant atthe mysterious sounds of the most ordinary night But it is best for all to be on the watchBishop I Ward Addresses the People of Hickman Bishop Seth Ward the youngest bishop in the Methodist General I Conference addressed an unusually iarge audience of expectant and Interested hearers at the Methodist church Sunday night With the calmness and self posses lion of a born orator yet with the sincerity and enthuisiasm of a divinely inspired soul the noted man J began his discourse with a few words of introduction He took as his sub jectuLUe Investment deducting his text from a verse in the book of J Romans This beautiful subject was treated In rare simplicity without the appearance of specious arguments but carried on its face the hallmark J of truth itself Just the plainness of 1 his words won the attention of the 1 entire audience i and held it until the end of the discourse J This sermon by Bishop Wardwas a highly appreciated treat to those who had the pleasure of attending and the desire of every one Is that the Bishop may again visit our city The School Hoard placed in order f Wednesday night with a Memphis firm for steam heating appratus to be Installed in our elegant school building This is a commendable I act on the wit of the gentlemen who this V areVt Western Kentucky t r Clifton Steele formerly a student at Hickman College but now InJJ ItItt Oblon Tenn is visiting relatives In t I the cityItf IuHickRman Ice To Quit PATRONS j We are using every effort tc per feet the service of the Electric Light and Water Plant leased from the city and to do this we will be lore to urge prompt collections All of our bills will be due an and payable on the first of each month at our office which is tempor arily domiciled at the Hickman Marble Works building If bills are not paid by 5 oclock p m on the tenth of each month it will be taken for granted that it is the pa trons wish that we discontinue the service and the shut off will be trade without further notice Money ten dered after the 10th of the month must be accompanied with SI extra for lights and water in the event both are to be used and the amount of the bill tar that month together with any amount that may due on past months bills The charge is made for turning off and on and in the event our plumber and electri cian has not made cut off promptly the rule will apply Just the same In some cases it might not be con venient for us to have the cut off made promptly and for this reason we wish the rule to apply the same as if the work had been done Sprinkling should be done early in the morning and late of an even ing and patrons persisting In sprinkling throughout the entie day will be charged extra according to the approximate amount of water used Do not allow your hydrants to stand open when not in use as it createsa useless waste of water and benefits no one Hose for sprinkling must be fitted with a nozzle the same as was re quired by the city You are requested to forbid your children wasting the water with the sprinkling hose There will be no distinction made In the application of these rules and we beg to state that we are not aiming any of them at any Individual but to the public generally It is simply a business proposition with us and we ask your hearty cooperation in assisting us in making the system a success Success to us means conveniences to the public that have not hereto fore been enjoyed and with the mu nificent supply of good pure anes ian water on hand means health to the community at large Help us and you will be helping y ursrlves Your friends 54 11 IcnlAN ICE it COAL Co r Party of Hickmanites Enjoy Boat Trip to Memphis A large party of Hickman young people chaperoned by a few of the older and wiser ones departed on the Ferd Herold Wednesday fora boat trip to Memphis The party will return on the Ferd Herold on its upriver trip making the stay in Memphis veryhort but enjoying several days o the water The crowd was composed of a select number of the citys most agreeable young people who will remember the delights of this river trip for many years Those making up the party were Mrs Jas Hubbard and daughters Misses Lily and CowgUlNellie Louise Rogers Mildred Ramage and Messrs Arch DeBow Willie Am berg and Edgar Naylor Negro Burglar and Hold UpMan Caught at Fulton Clarence McMurry a negro desperado and holdupman with a long record of crime In this county and elsewhere was captured this week by Marshall M L McDade at FultonMcMurry was born and raised in this county where his criminal nature and general worthlessness was well known but is wanted In Car bondale 111 on this special charge breakingHeas a desperate criminal and has served several sentences in the penitentiaryOfficers expected at Fulton willremove nn I t UU MI THESE FELL IN LOVE 1 tt tn A T Dillon and Miss Eula Maddln of Mayfield were married Sunday Carl Jr one year old chLd of Mr and Mrs Carl McKenney died WednesdaydBob Faith and Miss Gallic Peters were married at Union City the fact only coming out recently They were marred several weeks ago Miss Mary Ellen Carmody of Cairo Ill and Jerry Collins youngest son of Capt A D Collins of Fulton were married Sunday in Jonesboro lit Miss Lillie Roach of Palmore Ky and J C Lawrence of Memphis Tcnn were united m marriage Sun day at the home of Justice J T Fulnll at Fulton Dr A D James formerly United States Marshall cf Kentucky was nominated for Congress for the third district by the Republican convention at Bowling Green popularliveryman and Miss Nannie ODell niece of Mrs J W Thcmas were united in marriage at the residence of Rev CityBothhighly thought of by their numerous friends who wish them a life of happiness to getherAt Trenton Tern Wednesday evening July 18 Mr Voss Btummel of Clinton was married to Mss Essie Wrather one of Oaktons fairest daughters and a social favor ate in Clinton The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs J M Brummel and is a popular salesman at present in the employ of Thos Rennlck The bride is the daughter of Dr and Mrs J R Wrather of Oakton Miss Maude Camp of Sedalla MayfieldKyFutrell The young couple drove tb entire distance from Sedalia to Fulton as they were unable to get away oa the trains which were being watched by the relatives of the brid After the ceremony the CayceKythe brides sister Mrs Jim Allen Miss Katie Abernathy and L H Jeter a popular young couple from Bardwell Ky eloped to Fulton and were married Sunday They left Bardwell in the still hours of the night intending to drive to Fulton theylearnedhot pursuit Young Jeter plied the rapidlytownrWthat place the runaways heard the approachinglocomotive the last passenger train southbound the young people decided to abandon their buggy and board the train By this lucky move the the parents were checkmated and the young people were triumphant I I M M M +4+4 of I FROM THE LOCAL FIELD I to r t vlslUngberI Mr and Mrs G L Carpenter visited friends in Fulton this week Mr Naifch a prosperous and live merchant of Camden Tenn was In our city Sunday The youn ladles Bachelor Club was to have been held Monday night at the residence of Miss Annie Ellison but was indefinitely pott ponedMr Billy Carpenter Is reported as being very ill with sonic disease closely resembling appendecitls although the attending physicians have not pronounced U as such spending ville and the mountains ef Tennessee has returned to his position with the Southern Wood Supply Co Mr Sam Wilson of Cayce was in the city Wednesday Mr Wilson reports the wheat crop In that vicin ity surpassing the expectations of the most optimistic and the corn crops 11 splendid condition to yield a plentiful harvest in the fall Truly Fortune has smiled benignly on the entire south pleasanthostess Tuesfayalternmane fested in the game Progressive Needles Hon Bona were served during the game later refreshments consisting of ice cream and cake I withMks J u Quarterly Court Convened Monday Morning Monday morning at the usual time Judge W A Nay r began the regular session of the Fulton County CourtThe case of The Continental Jew elry Company vs A S Barkett was called and the evidence heard A verdict was rendered for the complainant giving said company the possession of the jewelry under discussion This case had attracted some attention among the residents oMhe lower end of the county In be half of the defendant Mr Barked who is a well known merchant of West Hickman and Mabel The case of Mrs Lamaslus vs V Jriffey was heard but a com promise was agreed upon between the parties POLICE COURT NEWS Police court was In session a short while Tuesday morning to deal with same minor Infractions of the city ordinances Judge J W Roney on the bench B F Bell was arraigned on the charge ot a breach of the peace and after hearing the testimony of several witnesses and that of the defendant was fined and administered a few words of good advice by Judge Roney This was the only case on the docket ready for trial so the court adjourned SPECIAL TERM QUARTERLY COURT A special term of the Fulton County Quarterly court was held Tuesday and a number of cases disposed of by Judge W A Naylor Every case on trial was of unusual local interest and attracted many specta ton The court room wu crowded to its utmost capacity when the case ot the Commonwealth vs John Wright charged with breach of peace was called Wright was found guilty and fined Sl and the coils In the Ge of Commonwealth vs Jim McNisl for using profane lan guage the defendant was found guilty and his floe fixed at SI1 and costsCase Commonwealth vs Mrs Julian Watson charged with a breach of the peace defendant was fotlnd guilty and fined S5 and costs The case of Commonwealth vs John Ryan a resident of Hickman and at one time Marshal of West Hickman charged with using profane and abusive language to a minor and carrying concealed weapons had created considerable interest and many were attracted to the court house by these two cases Ryan plead guilty to the charge of using profane language and was fined land all costs in the case On the charge of carrying concealed an deadly weapons Ryan plead not guilty and trial was entered Attor ney Allison Tyler for the defense introduced Green Walker Jim Mc Mullen Prather Wells Ryans stepson and John Kuoeer who stated that they did not see Ryan with a weapon on the day mentioned County Attorney Tom Smith intro duced four witnesses who positively stated Ryan had a pistol when in some trouble with another party on the Mengel Box Cos grounds Judge Naylor aLter hearing the ar guments of both sides considered there to be a doubt In the case and on that clause found the defendant not guilty as charged Mr Ryan then sworn out an affidavit to Attorney Smith against Gus Townsend charging him with using insulting language to provoke an as sault but on examination of the wit nesses the case was dismissed b the request of the County Attorney This closed the docket and court ad journed Miss Viola Barnes the daughter ot J O Barnes was the hostess of a party of pleasant young people Wednesday night who had gathered at the residence of Mr Barnes in th suburbs of town to participate In the pleasures of a birthday party given In honor of Miss Viola After a pleasant evening of amusements and coatests the party were treated to a splendid colUtoa of delicious cream and cake which much te the sorrow ef all forewarned them the hour for departure had arrivea Hickman Furniture Company Makes Announcement- We the undersigned owners of the entire capital stock of the Hick man Furniture Co Inc announce to the public that we will continue the business at the old standTyler building next door to the poitofTice That we will add to our now large stock new and elegant designs of furniture of the latest styles That we have purchased a haml some funeral oar of the latest de sign and our undertaking depart ment will be found to be one of the largest and best equipped in Western Kentucky Our Undertaker isaalI ways on duty rooming in the build Ing and ready to answer all night calls Call bell on the bark door Telephone No 20 Respectfully- S L Dodds Pros Jim R Bryant VPics Leon D Smith Sea ATreas Joe Polhamus- J W Cowglll- H L Ambcrg C 0 Smith- R L Ambergt Hickman Merchants Present Beautiful Gold Medal The merchants of this city show ing their Interest and appreciation of the local gun club lately organ lied presented the club with handsome gold medal to be worn by the marksman making the highestl score at the end of eann week Later in the season a tournament t will be held at this place in orderr to determine on the best shot for the year who will be the recipient oft the medal until the opening of the next season This medal costing about SJOOOI is of the best weight gold orderedI from a standard Jewelry house by C G Schlenker and is beautifully engraved This mark of ap preciation by the home merchants tis highly commendable and appreciated I by the recipients The following arc the names ofr those contributing to the fund tI Ellison Mercantile Cot UickroanI Hardware Co Ledford and Randle I Shaw and llettersworth HickmanI Grocery Co H C Ambcrg II C G Schlenker F E Case andI J T Seat Will Keep Your Cistern 1InI Good Condition The coming rains mean much tto you and now iis the time te consider whether you will prepare for a cis tern full of perpetually sweet cleanI water or go through the season spending your time straining every pint of water you use and then notl making sure of what is decomposing at the bottom your cistern The Star Filter is made to PUllIn andI thde cistern It everything thatl the winds have wedged in the crev ices of the roof dust twigs etc Do you want this to settle in your cistern making it necessary to have It cleaned out several times a year to insure fairly dean water or com pel the members of your family to strain every pailful that is used and daysywill you look into the merits of the Star Filter and convince yourself that it is one of the most simple and practical filters on the market The life of the Star Filter is yearsIt of cistern cleaning You can see the filter at our store we are the ex clualve agentsCotton Adams J II Carter will have a public sale of household goods farming Implements and live stock Saturday Aug 4th on the Alexander place three miles northwest of Jordan Frank Davis the popular livery man and wife have returned to lllckman their future tome i u t + tIJ 404 OVER THE DARK RIVER R f f+ nf1 f1 flTurner Ilryan aged 51 died at his home near Water Valley Sunday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Chas Stubblefield died Monday evening at their home a few miles east of Fulton Mrs fula Pewitt aged 23 years died at the home of her father H11 FridayJulyweeks Her home was in Water Valley and she became sick while paying a visit to her parents Mrs Pewitt wis the wife of U Pewitt who survives hr with two children She was the oldest child of Mr and Mrs Hill The funeral took place at Salem Saturday On Saturday evening at 7lu oclock the death angel visited the home of Mrs J D McKeen thu county and carried off the precious soul of one of its oldest and most beloved citizens Mrs J W Mayei wife ot the late John Mayes if Illckman Mrs Mayes had been unusually hale and hearty for on of her age up to a few weeks ago when she was afflicted with ibeuma tic gout to which her death is directly attributed The remain CreekaGraveyard near the home of her early rift and by the side of br well beloved husband Squire Mayes on Monday The deceased is sot vived by three children Mrs Arrah Bennett John Mayes and Mrs J L McKeen Hickman Ice Plant in Suc cessful Operation The criterion of good citizenship is enterprise Every city tcday has lifted itself from the depths of nonentity to melropolitinism by the ladder of Progress If a town or city has capable enterprising men at the head of affairs its future lies in a vale of sunshine for business energy and local progressiveness is the backbone of any city state or nation Hickman stands today in the heart of these green hills of our na tive state gitted with such men as make the future of any city rubin Their faith and energy In every cause has lead others to trust implicitly in their knowledge A large number of enterprising citizens some time ago leased the city elec tile light and water supply and by the combining of the A A Paris coal business by the owner Mr Paris a stock company was organ dud with a capital stock of 200411 intending later to build and put 111J operation one of the largest ice plans in this section of Kentucky or Tn netsec This week the efforts ii these worthy men met with the su ecu it well merited and day ar night the crystal cakes weighing a pounds apiece are made ready f commerce every half hour The Hickman Ice Plant er1 branch of the firm doing buslne under the nami of Hickman I Coal Water and Light Plant lu been under construction for ore eight months It is located in a rrtr brick building on Main street nej the depot This plant has in opera liar the latest improved machinery put out by the Henry Voght Mac hr- Ct of Louisville Ky and is of the absorption type j capacity per days 15 tons The capaity of the ex i storige is about 200 tons which rapidly filling with each days a creaseThe average daily output ofn placed on the local market Is nor 7 to 9 tons which amount II rapid increasing One beauty connected with th business is the small amount I labor necessary to continue the wcr both day and night There is j day and night engineer Messrs John Adams and Ed Moore and ont fireman and one Icepuller on eau crew making the entire number u employeesThe d of Director connected with this new firm are aj follows A A Paris Prcsi Tore Ledford Vice Pres j A O Caruthrj JrSecyLcdtord S K Davidson and A o Caruthers Hoard of Director Further particulars of this new establishment will be given1 th public as space and opportunity presents itself The first car lI6ad of Ice was sold byJ1man Ice sad Coal Cs i The Place to Bud Is Where Yon Can Buy The Best Goods The Cheapest I The prices made on our entire stock during the BIG SALE will not be changed until the arrival of i Fall Goods Those who have not taken advantage of the ONLY REAL CUT PRICE SALE Hickman has evert Mad will still have an opportunity of getting some of our rare bargains H C JMEERC r It M t I M M M M M + LOCAL BREVITIES r Salesec A B Hughes i McDaniel of Troy was in y alt week- Mrarham is home from a t Mississippi anders has returned from a lumbiaMo del of Eureka Springs was tit town Wednesday f u Jackson of Clinton is v this week visiting rela Carulhets haw returned T a short vacation in Tent t Oman and sister Miss Char returned Friday- si rn Springs 1 1s fie Lee Reid of Fulton i st of Judge W A Nay wt last week din representative of the 4 ral Correspondence School wr Saturday I Ward of Walnut Log was w Wednesday participating In it wah local gun shooters y Attorney Tom Smith of f was in the city Tuesday at C a special term of the Fulton Quarterly Court P a rain we are reminded the are a few street crossings kman that should have the at t n cf our city fathers Men wanted to clear land 600 l vr land easily cleared One c II daysJMr and Mrs Wm Lulgart prom pt citizens of Nashville Tenn nved in the city Tuesday and will win some time with their relatives and Mrs Henry Cowglll Fur Sale = That portion of the W Webster farm belonging to Mrs J Kennedy This land Is IR Ful i County one mile south of Mos pricedrellRedy OklH11 City Okla For SaleCow and calf 4 3 t Jas H Saunders I Jess Drew of Moscow was in town Monday Jas Maddox of State Line was lin town Tuesday L G Robbins of Mayfield was in the city Saturday Best Flour at Shaw Bettersworth for 480 per bbl cash Miss Marie Brevard is spending the week at Eddlvlfte Ky M P Mauphln of Fulton was in town Tuesday on business Granulated Sugar 18 Ib for 100 mh at Shaw Bettersworth Professor Richardson of Madrid Bend was in the city several days this week Misses Annie Carter and Mayme McAdoo of Jordan was in the city awhile Tuesday- E A Holmes of Ripley Tenn left Sunday after spending several days here with friends Earl Shaw who has been visiting friends in town leaves Saturday for his home in Pennsylvania Mrs D B Wilson end daughter Miss Mabel have returned from a visit in Fulton and Wingo Miss Elizabeth Cloar returned to home at Troy Tuesday on account of the illnsss of her mother Miss Jessie Lee Reed of Fulton has returned home after a pleasant visit in the city with friends Miss Ruth Holcombe has re turned after a steamer tripwith friends to St Louis and Memphis Miss Nellie Bondurant the at tractive daughter of J J C Bondurant is spending a pleasant week In Union City Misses Eleanor and Annie Lou Spencer of Union City were in town Friday e route to their home IromI a boat trip t6 St Louis You can talk about Big Shows Carnivals Cyclones and Earthquakes but please dont forget to notice that Shaw r Betterswcrih will give you close prices oa all goods they handle fee ask J J C Collins of Dyersburg was in the cllySaturday Miss Jodie Browder of Fulton visited in the city this week You will find every thing cheap for cash at Shaw It Bettcrswortb For Salegood young mule Apply to C L Rose JJt Best Heinz Vinegar strictly pure apple at 25 cts per gal for cash at Shaw dl Beltersworth Mr Peter Curlin one of our farmer friends from Route 1 was in town Saturday Mr and Mrs Len Shaw of Mayf- ield have returned home after a pleasant visit with relatives here Hal Hayden of Union City but formerly located with the N C It St L Ry here was in the city SundayMisses Frank Reid Laura Brown and Edna Carpenter spent several days this week visiting friends in the country Miss Lucile Morris the attractive visitor of Miss Addle Murrell returned to her home at Union City Monday evening Russ Wiseman formerly of Hick man but at present connected with the M 0 Ry Is in town this week with relatives Master Billy Carpenter son o G L Carpenter has returned fro an extended visit with friends an and relatives in Trezevant Tenn Autbur Townsend formerly orI this city but now in business atI East Prairie Mo arrived in tow Monday and will remain several daysMrs Oscar Salmon Miss Ma Oakly Miss Minty Stokr Messrs Grover Salmon Lessie Stoker Lee Salmon Dan Newton and Aubrey Cunningham had a delightful oultn at Rcelfoot Lake this week FOR SALE Two carloads of good stock ewes in any size lots Also fat wethers for barbecuing pur poses Apply at Luther Maddox place or Maddox Berrys Stock Farm sear Woodland Mills 44t FfrtI J E Erwin of Paris Teno spent Sunday in the city Claude Whitney of Union City visited friends here Sunday Will Flack of Union City spent Sunday with friends In this city Mrs Bettersworth and children spent last week in Camden Tenn R L King and Finis Thompson of Rutherford were in the city Sat urday Mir pena Copland of Wingo Kyis vlaltiBg relatives In this countyMr and Mrs Len Shaw of May field arervlsltlng Mrs Fannie Shaw this week Dixie Rdfiinson has had a relapse from his recent illness and is again under the care of the physician Miss Lerlyne Browder of Fulton took the teachers examination here last week and returned to her home Saturday night Misses Angle and Gertrude Hayes who have been visiting their aunt Mrs Maggie Randle have returned to their home at Jackson Men wanted to clear land 600 per acre land easily cleat ed One man cleared two acres in four days See J H Royer or B F Shaw D W Threlkeld of Woodland andfcallmsubd scribers to come in and see us John Hagan representatwe of WennekerMorris Candy Co spent hisnmother He resumed his travels Sunday night MessrsryLowery and Alex Stone was a pleasant member of the boat trip party to Memphis They will re weekRMr Wm1arpenter continues to be critically ill at his residence on Clinton and Water Streets Mr Carpenter has been ill for something over ten days and a change for the better is looked fcr by his expectant friends r 1J wJh r L J H Kirk was In Fast Prairie weekW Perry of Mabel was in town Saturday Joe Mangrum of Moscow was in town Friday last Vernon Vcrhlncs of Union City was here last week Mrs Tom Prather Jr of SLate Line was in the city Wednesday shopping Mr and Mrs W A Johnston visited at their former home a few days ago Ed White of the Hickman Cro cery Company spent Sunday in Union City Misses Clara and Lucy Savag of Fulton are visiting their sister Mrs C L Price Mr and Mrs Chas Foltz of St Louis are visiting her mother Mrs John Kistner Jno R Bryant and Leon D Smith went to St Louis Tuesday to pus chase a funeral car for the Hickma- Furniture Co John Richards clerk of the Lee Line steamers located at druthers ville has returned to that point after a pleasant visit with friends here It will be noticed by the taxpayers of this county that the taxes are now due for 1906 and not 1005 as was erroneously stated last week Marshal G L Carpenter states that the city taxes are ready for collection and every city tax payer is requested to come forward andl settleM B Shaw is spending severalt days this week outing on Number 8I lake Mr Shaw is interested in landI in that vicinity and will make the trip in the interest of both pleasure and business Dr Jas Hun J was the ex cellent host of a few gentlemen friends at his residence on Buch anan street Monday night Those who partook of the hospitality ofr Dr Hubbrd were Messrs Lowery Stone Porter Shumate and Dee Are J W Bland went to New Madrid this week a Wm Russell and wife spent Sat urday In Mayfield Mrs Ola Herring of Fulton was la the city this week Mr Jas Jackson of Clinton was in town Wednesday Van Griffeth of Mabel was ia town Monday on business Fred Berendes has returned kome after an extended stay in St Louis Mr Milt Shaw of State mne spent Wednesday in the city with friendsMrs Lige Oman and sister Miss Elizabeth Cloar are in Union City this week Miss Cleve Thomas from Miss issippi county spent Saturday in town with friends Circuit Clerk Morris spent a few days with his home folks in Crutch field last week SteamnLaundry the best in the south Bring your laundry to ae at Smith Amberg 3Jt Frank Smith Miss Myrandle Wilson left last week for an extended visit to the Ozark Mountains St Louis and other points accompanied by her cousin Elmer Parker of Flat River Mo Erwin States of Union City but formerly a student at Hickman College was in Hickman the latter part of last week enroute to Mea phis and other southern cities on a summer vacation Mr Dunn the venerable father rIf Clay Dunn whose unfortunate demise a few weeks aco cast a gloom over the entire community paid the Courier office a very pleasant and ap preciated call Wednesday morning The Mt Hermon congregation will continue their annual protracted meeting next Sunday Preaching day and night for three weeks it the interest justifies Elder Brigance will do the preaching A cordial in vitation tIt given to every oae I r n 0w 0Y 0x 0x We 3n C 7 i t W CJ1 O coo o 000tC H TJ tC- l1 O t1 t1 t cot a a J Trt1n Z 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Everything for tho builder Como and sop my Stock Estimates gladly furnished W A ODDS HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 18- 55TOMDILLONSr Propr Successor to D C Ramage decd Marble and Granite Monuments RUING STONE WORK of all Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert hone shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters W J BARR Y HICKMAN KENT- UCKYSOUTHWEST The Land of BIG CROPS and PROSPERITY Are you making as much oU your farm as you ought No doubt you re making all you can The trouble is the land costs too much it akes tn much money to buy a big fa ra and so you are trying to make a icing on a small farm or pehaps you are renting one and paying a good hue of what yow raise In rent Wouldnt it be better to go where the r of good land in so Mlle that you can own a big isun where every i I the ground IIs woiking for you and all you raise is paying you If refills 1 ere are thousands of acres of fettle land in the Soithwett along it ise of the Cotton Belt Route that can be bought for from S3 to 10 an if This land Is increasing m value each year See the Southwest at Small Cost A trip to the Seuthwcut would convince you that your best interests a I m settling there The trip can be made at a very little expense On Irst and third Tuesdays cf each month you can purohaie a round trip set to any point in the Southwest on or via the tbtlon Belt Route at ry kw rates Stopovers will be allowed for you to exmntnc any locall I i I ycu are intersted in Write at once for tree copies of books describing this wonderful ctintry and for information about cost of tickets etc W C PEELER D P A Cotton Belt Route 25 South Main Memphis Tenn I DAVISxr When you want a god hotsc and a swell rig for a pleasant drive BEST HORSES awe NEWEST RIGS in the city arJ will furnish you a polite driver when you wish one Try One of His Rigs Phone 110 kJu XT FOR SALE A place worth 500 and 10 additional lots for only 750 goodjthe extra lots to pay for the place See M B SHAW Mrs Roy McKinney Mrs Sadie Smith Duncan Smith and Mis Re becca Smith are visiting Mrs A A Paris ot Hlckman Theywill be gone a month Paducah News Dem ocrut n tIr Take yo- urLaundry to fisher Kennedy at Helm Ellisons Strictly firstclass work at moderate prices Strictly a white mans laundry BASKET LEAVES TUESDAY John Stowe of Mabel was in town Monday trough Sleepers and Dinfog Cars CTWCCN St Louis anti tobilci St Louis and New Orleans Ink let ttekrtfl tto L 0 KM New Ideas for the Dainty Housewife A damp pantry and warm cupboard are both bad places In which to keep bread To keep brown shoes clean sad new looking rub well first with a piece of cut lemon and then with a little salad 011mUlet vaseline or boot polish To clean raisins and currants roll in flour and then pick off all the large stalks If currants are wash ed they must be dried before being added to cakes When pouring hot fruit into a glass dish place the latter on a wet cloth This prevents any chance of the glass cracking which would otherwise be very likely to happen When bo t Ing pickles or catsup it is a good plan to boil the corks and while hot press them tightly into the bottles so that when they are cold they are tightly sealed When lighting a eas stove it will often give a slight explosion and light wrong thus giving no heat Turn the gas off very quickly and on again It will then lieht properly without any fulher trouble It Iis not generally known that eggs covered with boiling water and allowed to stand for five minutes are more nourishing and easier di geited than eggs placed in boiling water and allowed to boil furiously for three and a half minute- sTHESMiLE that wont come off appears on baby face after one bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge the great worm medicine Why not keep that smile on babys face It you keep this medicine on hand you will never see anything else but smiles on his face Mrs SBlackwell Ok1LI writes My baby was peevish and fretful Would not eat and I feared he would die I used a bottle of Whites Cream Vermifuge and he has not had a sick day IinceISol l by Cowgills Drug Store Helm Ellison From every view point the farming class of Fulton county is In better shape now than at any period since the civil war More people cwn their own homes and little farms more arc free from the yoke oIbondage inflicted by burdensome debts more arc becoming independ ent each year by making a comfort able living for their families morrI are waking up to the necessity of giving their children better educa tional advantages an l withal pros perity and contentment seem to pre vail throughout the country LelI progress still be our watchword ALL THE WORLD knows that Ballards Snow Liniment has no superior for Rheumatism Stiff Joints cuts Sprains Lumbago and all pains Buy it try it andI you will always use it Anybody who has used Ballards Snow Lini ment is a living proof of what it does All we ask of you is to get a trial bottle Price 25c SOc and 1 00 Sold by Cowgill Drug Store and Helm Ellison Governor Hoch of Kansas tells a story that always strikes the right spot with the farmers One time a a village shoemaker put up a black board in his shop window anJ asked his customers to write their names on It and opposite tell what they arc doing for the community A lawyer wrote I plead forall A doctor wroteI prescribe for all A merchant wrote I purvey for all A preacher wrote I pray for all An old farmer walked up chalked down his name scratched his head awhile and then wrote I pay for all N B Griffin of Sassafras Ridge paid this office a pleasant call Mon day and while here stated that the hog killed near town a short time ago mentioned in our last issue was his property recognized by the earmarks Mr Griffin has had this trade mark registered in Clinton some 85 years age and every far mer In this section is familiar with same He has no clue to the their 3rJ r T u Ct t 4 4 to I I t I to THE A Sof E COLUMN t I I I 44HiI ++to F ++ I +++ JAMES H SAUNDERS The Unions of Fulton County meet as follows Hickman let and 3rd Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and 4lh Tuesday 3 p m Montgomery 2nd acd 4th Wednesday 3 p m Cayce 1st and 3d Saturday 3 p m the nucleus at Hazel Dell meets 1st and 3d Wednesday at 3 p m Everyone is cordially Invited to at tend these meetings The farmers are under no legal or moral obligations to feed the balance cf the world at an unfairly low price If there is a place of commerce anywhere in the world where the producers of food and clothing supplies commonly called farmers arc not ready to revolt against the absolute domination of non producing classes in pricing their products I am not aware of it That the old and thoroughly bad system can speedily be changed the producers regulate the marketing of their products and make their own prices I am thoroughly convinced The farmers own the earth We may safely claim that farming exists by divine right The farmers first possess all the food a d clothing supplies which are indispensable for the life and comfort of human and domestic animals their products constitute the greater portion of traffic for railroads and ships nearly all the factories work on MW material produced 01 the farms and the products of the factories are largely consumed by the farmers or in equipments to handle farm products It is clear the important position of the farmer in his relation to all other industries and how closely nil other industries are inter woven with that of agriculture It is the same way all over the world in all civilized countries If any one class or any people of any one industry is entitled to distinction as the preferred business or itr people the select of the earth that business is agriculture and the people are the farmers If anyone class should prosper more than another this distinction should fall to the farmers But this Ia not an attempt to raise one class over others it is not even an attempt to make all equal but to equalize ecu ditions so all may have an equal opportunity to secure a fair share of rewards for efforts put forth All movements for the benefit of the masses hid opposition at the start An idea may be born and promulgated The originator of the idea may be stoned to death or hung but if the idea iis good and has vital force it grows and will not down An evo lution once started never recedes but developes into the perfect flower or fruit This is an age of organization and cooperation The oU saying com petition is the life of trade is changed to cooperation is the life of trade An individual would be strong enough if he was the only Individual In the world However if he is one of a large class he Iis weak and the larger the class the weaker the individual The farmer class is the most numerous hence the individual farmer is the weakest individual when he stands alone In union there is strength The greater the union the greater the strength The farmers united would be the greatest union greater than all other unions combined They would represent a strength and knelbeforethird power to assert itself but will be the first power in strength and importance The bestirring and awakening of this last and greatest power is the most significant event of the present generation No in dividual no matter what his position professional industrial or political can afford to ignore its birth and make calculations on its rise For wnile it is not a power that will con test for mastery by bn te force in the fields economic or politic it will affect all in its demands for equity and the equal rights of man Th entrance of the American Society of Equity into the economic problems L tjJ of the world through which the Third Power will rite marks an epoch The awakening of the agricultural classes the organization of them into national and inter national cooperative bodies which Iis now being accomplished will remove agriculture from the list of uncertain industries and place it on a basis of certainty for prices equal to that enjoyed by the bit regulated manufacturing or commercial enterprises The undertaking is great but since thn correct plan has been evolved the desirable ends in the ordinaryevolution of the times will work out as surely as the fruit follows the flower The revolution taking pi ice In prevailing customs and laws might appall us if it were not for the tact in the working out of this stupendous movement every thing wliliwI toward brilcrments physically politically morally so chlly and Indus tiiously The hope of the author is that the soil owners and workers will be aroused to a sense of the true condition of their industry j that agriculture in America and throughout the world will soon occupy the high lposition to which it is entitled when iit will stand first of all in importance and power A fair equitable Impartialun prejudiced considcratlJti vl the Third Power U asked and ycur co operation to quickly make it a real power solicitei THE AUTHOR Now that wheat threshing Iis about over would it nor be well tor all to meet on the next regular meeting day Wreck in Hickman County Last Thursday The Illinois Central railroad bridge spanning a small stream at Clinton Hickman county collaps d at 930 Thursday morning while a heavy louthbound freight train No 258 was passing over dumping sixteen box cars into the stream with two hanging partly over the edge of the bridgeThe train was composed of about 36 box cars all of which passed safely over but eighteen The cause of the collapse of the bridge was probably due to some de feet in it which had been overlooked The structure had been in use about seven years All north bound trains were run byway of Paducah from Fulton No one was hurt- ABRAHAM LINCOLN was a man who against all odds attained the highest honor a man could get in the United States Bat lards Horehound Syrup his at tamed a place never equalled by any other like remedy It Iis a sure cure for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Influenza and all Pulmonary diseases Every mother ah uld keep supplied with this wonderful cough medicine Sold by Cowgills Drug Store Helm EIlisn- nHeadquarters Fulton County Union A Sof E There will be a meeting of Fulton county Union A SoC E held at the City Mull in Hickmnn Ky on Saturday July 28 1906 to consider important measures with relation to the interests of the local unions in the county and the welfare of the farmers of Fulton county generally All interested in this progressive society are invited to attend By order of the Board of Officers W M SHAW S L DODDS Secy Pica Bllho Seth Wad left Monday after rendering an excellent sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night From this city Bishop Ward goes to Nashville and later Into the state of Alabama A Hopkins county man paid his subscript on to u newspaper 20 years in advance It Is against The Couriers rules to accept any such amounts on advance subscriptions but we would not ibjct to having a few of the twentys that are now due us Sam Ford of Eminence Ky and a resident of this city for many years was in town Monday meeting old acquaintancs cac i c e Mt i Peddler Arrested on Double Charge at Charleston A peddler giving his name as E Rosenbaum was in the tolls the first of the week charged with fail ure to pay license tax and also with personating another It appears that last Friday he sold some woman a pair of spectacles after which he assured her he could cure her of some ailment afflicting her He said that his name was Dr Hoffman and his office was with Orr Penny of this city He wanted SIS for his medical services The woman had a not the money with her but that evening told her husband about the visit lIe came to town Saturday and spoke to Dr Hoffman declaring his willingness to pay the sum de manded Dr Hoffman convinced the man with difficulty that he had been imposed upon and the au thorities were informed Hence the arrest On trial of the case oefore a jury in justices court it was thought that the four days the fellow had laid in jail was sufficient punish ment and he was released Charles ton Enterprise o Mad Dog Scare in Fulton County In several sections of Fulton county it is reported that both the farmers and towns people have of late been worried with supposed mad dogs or perhaps the real thing but at date none have appeared in the limits of Hickman In the vicinity of Fulton several have been seen which were thought to be affected by the hot days and summarily dealt with by officers and citizens With the appearance of the month of August or socalled dog days marry of the canine family perish on mere suspicion but the precaution ot the officers and others in this city to quiet such unnecessary kind of excitement has insured the scarcity and almost extinction of the mad dog- Notice to Tax Payers Your state and county taxes for the year 1906 are now due Remem ber that the penalty goes on one month earlier than formerly You can find myself of deputy Goalder Johnson at my office over Hol combes Drug Store Jas T Seat S F Co Monday was an unusually busy day among the merchants for that period of the week Prosperity has begun to smile on the hornyhanded farmer the backbone of our na lion as some one has appropriately styled them and with its first smile they turn to their friends the mer chants who too have probably trusted to this same kind providence and plenteous harvest to pay long lists of the winters supply The merchants belt friend is the farmer and vice versa These two can plausibly appropriate the motto of Kentucky United we stand divided we fall If you know of an Item or a piece of news tell us about it Thats what we want But a newspaper man sometimes experiences more difficulty ta gathering news than one would imagine This was the case when a reporter in a neighboring town who a few days ago was sent to write up a fire in a residence Going to the door he inquired for the lady of the house The maid said she was out Are any of the family at home inquired the scribe No they are all out was the reply Well wasnt there a tire here last evcniun ihYes said the hired girl but thats out to There is a precinct in Ifardin county with only one colored voter in it Stithton is the precinct that enjoys this distinction The usual pole at that place runs from 275 to 300 votes Men wanted to clear land S600 per acre land easily cleared One man cleared two acres in tout days See J II Royer or B F Shaw c Sam DcBow a prominent resider of Obion County Tcnn was in tow with old acquaintances 4 r i t LUHHandle Cteoouiif I liamwars Ire h Keats a c1- II Pied Store drn la CHASE SANBORNS r COFFEES and TEAS Cask Book Store Splendid Selection or r NEW BQQKSSTATONERY STATONERYNOTION c I Calland BCD our Stock Every thing up to Jate MARY BERENDES QII JJG BONDURANTSon Loans Insurance Real Estate r Office over Ledford S RUndles store lllOKMAN KY T Fe Renion I thContracting11111 Anything fc AnyhcrecAny time Telephone 10t eieiittbs sciii HELLO BOYS titWhen you wont n IT III good LUNCH of any i 0kind iltbtit3 CUntcaSt2aclauuaX7 Jl f He Will Treat You Right 11c1r I A book that tells you howIt to took cool and fresh unburnfrecklesIt PompeilnMaulie freefrom of stain Soap and water take off only surface grime Wet want read frGiven1 a Generous Sample of tPOMPEAN allMASSACB CREAM II y m will rstl U our lion fee I I It I l r edj Tompritn Uaiute Cram COCK lace 1 oirowet4 0lbur on nnnot th tlpowder ala0TOOWGJLLSteDRUG STORE3 Sheriff Franklin of Caruthersville wMoBeata- It u ticota refugee charged with horse stealing I tip L +e I 1 4 + U 4 HOME CIRCLE COLUMN r t I 1 11 It VALUABLE LESSONS The Courier has noticed in conmunlty a number of boys and men whose names could be written on the lazy list without doing the an injustice Solomon was sore thing of a naturalist In connection with his many other accomplish thents Being also of a practical cast of mind he was able to turn his knowledge to good advantage In the diminutive ant he discovered habits of life which put to shame the slothful and so when he beheld the human curbstone ornaments and the fellpws who loved tc sit upon dry goods boxes he said t l30 to the ant thou sluggard consider her ways and be wise Which having no guulde overseer or ruler- Provideth her meat in the sum mer and gathered her food in the harvest t If industry Is a virtue laziness may consistently be treated as a crime Soclalogists are agreed that the child who has nothing to do is in a bad way Parents and guardians woo go upon the theory that an oc casional job of work will tend to stunt the growth of their cftpting tar the foundation for careers which will prove not a blessing but a curse PICKING FRUIT Fruit picking Is in some way simi lotto the battle of life There are any number of people whoAre ready and willing to pick the small half ripe fruit near the ground but only an occasional one who will make the effort necessary to secure the large ripe full grown troll on the upper branches It takes some nerve and oousWerablc grit to reach those cherries on the topmo t branch and it takes nerve good judgment and a never faltering purpose to gain those ings in the battle of life that are 1wertn attaining There art hundreds of applicants for the easy work of picking fruit the ground there are hundreds applicants for the easy work of the commonplace Jobs Toe many people never realize to what heights they might attain simply because they are too apt to be content with things easy of achievment That which requires long and constant effort to scure is usually worth the having once its possession Is obtained The school boy should early learn i the lesson that the ripest biggtAfa cherries are at the top and that nine ten of his fellows will be crawd for places to pick arouail the of the tree where rho small wormy fruit grows There Hb plenty of rocm at the top there xra plenty of cherries growing than The lucious fruit is ready for the picking and ever smiles a Kejceyne to the hustler to climb up and obtain pos session The best things in life require considerableeffort to get and thats why the strongest men and wjmen have Sibm- 4JUENCL OF EXAMPLE The natural ttfucatfcn of the home isprolongrd fur into life indeed it never entirely ceases But the time arrives in the process of years when the home ceases to exercise an excluslvft influence on ths formation rthei e school and the companionship o- iend and Bomrades which continue nvsuldthe character by the power fut influence of example Men of ages cannot help imitating those with whom they associate If young men ate wisely influenced and direct and exert their own free ener gies they will seek the society of better than the themselves an rive to imitate their czar lt are persons whom to know 1is love honor and admire and others whom to know iis to shun an dUpise Live with persons of elevated character and you will feel lifted up in them Live will- olves soya the Spanish proverb and you will learn to howl It The inculcationexample to lI c others The life ofn good man is C r at the tame time the most eloquent severewwreproof of vice There armen in bewhoserefreshingrand invigorating like inhaling mountain air or enjoying a bath of thatmI good men have uttered the examples 1 they have set live through all timeI These being undisputed facts how carefully our young people should select their associates and be found I only with those whose example they can take pride in following 1 Dont look on the bright side ofII anything Dont permit yourself to see good in anyone Dent havecc I any charity for your erring brother or sister If you have any of theC milk of human kindness in your heart curdle it In some way Be lieve that all men and women tooII are liars and the truth Is not In them Find fault with you fellowstan Say mean things about your neigh bor envy her hate her seek your own scrape if you dont get ItI think evil j rejoice in Iniquity enI dure nothing believe nothing o1ndI if you are not completely miserable and unhappy it is because you have not yet quenched the last vital spark of love in your being That Hickman is a live town IsI easy of demonstration More buss ness is done here now at this time of year than has been done for ssv eral years We are not desiriou- of I haying the public think we at sniftering from a boom We are en joying an increase of business and prosperity Our streets are crowds early and late people and teams are bringing in produce and money tto exchange for goods and our mer chants are paying the very highest market prices for produce and are selling Roods at live and let live prices and the people are not slow to take advantage of this opportunity and get the bargains as adverllsI by OUT merchants The Government of France after many yean of persecution of Capt Alfred Dreyfus for the crimes of another man last teak restored him to his old place in the army amid zeroes of tumultuous disorder la the Chamber of Deputies The debater was so acrimonious that a fight occurred that later led to a that between two members In which sac received a sword thrust in the jlueg The dry dock Dewey after a voyage of 103 days from Solomon Island in Cheasapeake Bay has arrived in the Philippines and its voyage of 12000 miles Is ended This giant dry dock is 500 feet long 134 feet Vide and 70 feet deep and its weight is 11000 toni Towing it across the seas was a dllficu undertaking and a noteworthy achievement Senator James B McCreary is also having the fight of his life ItoI beat the Beckbam machine in Yen tucky McCreary is not the blest Senator Kentucky ever had but is a much bigger man than Beckhara and ths State and incidentally the South would lose by the exchange YOUR LIVER is out of order You go to bed in bad humor and get up with a b l taste in your mouth You wantl livetr Just try Herbine the liver regulator A positive cure for Constipation a I complaintMrs CamIlyfor1 express what I think yinHerdeSold by Cowgills Dcug Store tHelor Ellison Wd0d was given a four year roll of honor certificate at the State convenehTeachers d Misses Mary Swig gait and Al Hayden of Union City sere IB 1 town Sunday Civilization deft Friend the Railroad We have yet two decades to wait the cen fore we can celebrate frontal anniversary of the birth of the railroad It is a wonderful re cord that eighty years of rapid transit developement It has revo lutionised the world commercially socially and Intellectually Tile Atlantic and Pacific have become near neighbors the inaccessible and therefore valueless plains of the West have been penetrated and brought into touch with the markets of the world New York and Chicago that in the pioneer days were weeks away from one another are now but eighteen hours apart The railroad has entered Jerusalem it has pierced darkest Africa it is crossing the sands of Sahara j It scales the aide Vesuvius it bridges the most Cor bidding chasms and tunnels through mountains and under suet The whistle pf the locomotive is the voice of progress I Th rolls over which it runs are the steel bands that bind Nations into a great com menial brotherhood The rapid developement of the world along every desirable line store the loco motive became a factor in human affairs is all the argument neces sary to prove the railroad the greatest of all civilizing influences A comparison of the past eighty years with the thousands of centuries pre ceding furnishes an eloquent proof of the tar teacbing uplifting In educationalsrailroade A Puzzling Proposition for the Officers Officer Craig brought to the temple of justice this week a blind man against whom the last grand jury returned eighteen indictments for bootlegging whiskey He is seem iingly helpless and yet he managed to keep out of the way of the officers until he decided to surrender He Iis said to be incorrigible and the people of Moscow we are told would be glad to get rid of him but it looks almost inhuman to seek pun ish a man further whose punishment is now already beyond measure What to do with him presents a pro blcm that is puzzling the authorities His helpless condition is likely to arouse a sympathy that is really undeserved for if all Accounts are true he is the cause of a lot of trouble in the Moscow community and it would DC a hardship upon those people to send him back there licensed by his very immunity from punishment to pursue his bootlegging business on a larger and more dangerous seals Clinton Gazette Greenwood Note Quite a good deal of rain this week ItWe sec sorry to learn of thp death ofIPastorQuarterly meeting at Oakroo- Sat 21- About one third of the wheat this vicinity remains to be threshed beMr W L Salmon received a double deck car of sheep this week Master Sam Caldwell and Mrs F E Jordan are quite ill Forest S Pettinger of Kentucky adhaws been appointed a 900 clerk t the Treasury Department The following promotions ol Kentucky clerks in the same department are announced Hugh Hollis 1400 to 1800 Millard West 1200 to 3100jM W Smith i900 to 1000 J P Davis 550 to 620 Twinkle twinkle little star We have got your record straight We dont wonder what you are You arc Oklahoma State What has Democracy done exclaims Secretary Taft Just cast glance over the South where in a short forty years a despoiled coun try has risen to become the treasury house lor the nation Democracy did this D E Penick of Uaioa City was- aCMett of the Laded Hotel Sunday Could Not Walk One Bottle of RUMAGO cures Prominent Attorney of fouling Grtttiit Ky Bowling Green Ky July 91 TILE JANES MED CO Paris Tenn My Dear Sits Will say I had rheumatism in my to such an extent that I could not walk I obtained a bottle ef MAGO from our wellknown druggist W C Morris Said r cine has relieved me entirely of the pain and swelling and ttapleasure to me to recommend it to all who have rheumatism Molt respectfully yoursj CALDwELL GROVE Au Hundred of others talk the ame way and it will cure yr if you suffer from heumatim or your 50c refunded Ta rPw OYNEOr order by mail from The Jane Medicine Co Part Tenn HICKMRN BANK HIor rAN IY Capital1 Stock 50 lnit1II onniM and i ti- of and with for of all of tuuk lug The flank tbt of area unit Ilia of treat ittont with R T 0 A HOLtjOMBE Surplus and Undiv f20KKi tIllMtntf Kit rcourcty rTitlva rvprMtnUliT Director Mag equlppbA niifierlleU UclUliw iratiMclton Utanclii4 legitimate illckuuc kolIolU accounts eurponUoni IniUvtduaU promUInK uUuoal liberality euusItent prnilnnt luulnM method TYLJR President Vice President 1rofllH tranAKempnt SHUMATE Ca AMBERG Asstw COTTON ADAMS JurcrJ0xs TO Ellison Mercantile Co and Smith Jt Adams Personal tention given to Plumbing Tin Work all kind ef Sanitary Work and Steam Fitting Reeling Guttering and Root Painting pecialy ALL WORK GUARANTEEDGIVE TRIAL flFl1ers t Mercys 1nk CLINTON sTnetrr HibKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offor to depositors Other In ducements are of Rcooidtry importance Upon this Guarantee we solicit your putronn J THOMPSON fiulMi 11 BUGIIANAN Iroaidunt DZReECTOR4 I J MUdHAXAX H AIHXAKBLK t s t l C P t S at a t H J J C KMXHUIUXT K XIMIKK T A IKHrHKB 1lrOARUTEERS OAFE stud POPWLA R LUNQlif P r oilSeasonable Fruits dFineCandy nFreshBread awl Cikei Dont fail to hear tIioJ21i Gtrio Piano CA RUTHERSPHONE9O 0 4ufor Staple and Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats of all kinds HEINZ PICKLES AND PRESERVES 0M111iontire Club Can Goods Sole agent for Dwinell Wright Coffee White House Brand COtHMiun Furniture Co INCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 30 0 1 Dr 8 K DltvthwJI- DentiN- IIOKMAN E I list U1Jllirll overt CowffillJb Cowvil