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I n AI 1Ir11 AA- 111Y YYOO THE HI6KMAN COURIER rI J rom that Pulls the Caamc l Uiq n i c lrr 5crm Hf Cnurirr a Spankin Good Twin Grease the AxIH9T of Your Uagia Old Man and Lira Hitch UpII l WBtTDKM KDRTUOKT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY DECEMBER 14 1900 WHOLE 50 2187 I inhcrclocof Strychnine Talrn by Mistake r ilejr a prominent i tan and ipltolan Wes store took t rydMtCne early Fri Moufk mistake and or the prompt work 1 gnat assistance fJ town the otfecls r is slawBwg en the et eed lslerlterolal heard tHa deafer mi roc iMdfii Iwl he I s a pittas SIt the lerflatef In pore rs tor iMip prawpt I0shs ae irryestl ia y wh Mr lloddeeiea wont I eN01 read seen be La4rr h ssU oAoevftf talked oral Is ktMk It r wsls unlade to erin4 =leaf many 1IIr tllqworc ud latest answer r AMI M twit sear ry aiki TatjM wile r patfaMt Mtfl bet of dMer writ ws ell lit a tee StoapJflK At Ml- ii MM Re had traIIIe Ntkt w nfc r orssse deal ad It- aow1et iMtiftfeg Io fee taut a Ife whe AceafUMMug awl I ttryctafoc tablets Rae uMils art out It r4 at CIirtDflcth iiitrwirt Irs what be leaN dawn ta- ufteca 31 was in Msm iiejri rdsfdwoe In flfftA a splendid wed MY vile have PtHtWs seeloty- higWy I iultuod and Hli potple Italian ttbe yNsg physician l irkHMW thtf wramcr a short time before 1 rii sation nt Fulton iner a wellknown 10 rtrides in this Ith Thursday swore for Rias Daws a nant of Pulten on a pied cri 4fKil assault I Utter onme to her ns Hotel in Fulton tit enroMle hem from abe had bean for her i threatened her un- wn stairs soreamlng Hy oollcotcda small ry and left town at who attempted to lIircc Tenn three hI where held off at- Iltol until the nan f scape Mill Milner onncoled and her ogres In the county licensed Dacus halt good name and his s are inexplicable family refuse to talk- r and say they know whereabouts 1 is an invalid and ism the last stages ofc t I For U S army able- arrisdi men between S i citizens of United characteri and tem1 who can speakread a ri lishs for information NMemphis i Corinthii t I te book with papers eitherCReW4rrrl J D Kaanady ttttte To Make a Merry Christmasfor everybody in family it is moneythangifts everybody at very sma I prices and ifyou spendyour here surethatprove spendandappreciation on part recipient neither do regrets follow the giving of servicable presents Presents for Ladies Rugs Druggets Cloaks Fun- Embroidered Linen Table Linen Napkins Lace Curtains Porkers Silk Waist or Dress Linen Handkerchiefs Pair Woolen Blanket Table or Couch Cover House Slippers or Shoes Pocket Books Combs Sofa Pillow Tops Kid or Golf Gloves Trunks Scissors etc Presents for- Gentlemen Suit Case or BagISilk Umbrella Box Collars and Cuffs Tie and Muffler Kid Gloves Shirts Silk or Linen Handkerchiefs Nice Hat or Cap PairuFlorsheim Shoes House Slippers Socks Smoking Jacket Suit or Overcoat Underwear Suspenders Pair Cuff Buttons White or Fancy Vests etc values 350 Presents for Silk Umbrella Belts Fancy Belt Buckles Hat Beauty Pins Shirt Waist Sets Brooches Collars Furs Cloak etc Presents for Boys Suit or Overcoat Sweater Gloves Handkerchielfs Collars Cuff Buttons Shoes Mufflers Our Christmas The Christmas Umbrellas Department Handkerchiefs Must bo soun to bo npproofntcfl To oloflo out tho Handkerchiefs always mako np The nHsortinonb tnirpntjiGg that of by tho first of tho yonr is offering propriate and acceptable and any provious gongon Thu Imwllos dooldod rodubtions on all JrntJwo woro fortunate in buying a large nro plum or pearl brim mod with Wo can give a stylish hut at a vary quantity adapted to tho Christmas Gold or Silver Pricos160 to UJ small price trado PricosFo to oOo Do You Want Save on Your Suit or Overcoat 10 i0 Boys Suits Your boy will want a new suit for Christmas and youll want a suit that will wear a nice PERFECTIONsuit if its not satisfactory money refunded Special at260and Girls and Gloves- Handkerchiefs Leggins Neckwear Shirts Suspenders Caps etc Millinery rcmainingstock gifts to Heres Your Chance We anticipated an early Fall and bought we were mistaken so are overstocked on clothing Prices have especiallydofering at 1 10 Theyre worth muchmore 10The Suits The Overcoats arc In mixtures and plain shades are In mcdlom and heavy weights in worsteds casslme res both aUIlengths the o Iors are dark mix- slnblitand double breasted And tures blue and blacks When you something unusual at the priQceeo thorn wonder at the price ICopyright 1906 by Hart Sclulfncr U Mrx Buy youll Boys Overcoats Whether for a large boy or a little fellow we have just what you want The styles are new and the materials the best Buy the boy an overcoat for Christmas Prices 225 to 10 Smith 1nberg I fr i Pcaltivolp All HOI reTAULr9BED IN THE TEAS 1869 I Will be Hard on allof the Railroads In accordance with the announce ment that the Southern railway has I anI and Atlanta Second Assistant Post master General informed Senator Clay of Georgia that the department would almost immediately penalize all the roads in the south that have been guilty of delaying the malls The second assistant aroused over the repeated failure of the railroads in the South to maintain their regu lar schedule and the consequent de lay of malls It Iis understood that the post otfice department will im pose a penalty of 20 per cent against all of the roads that have been guil ty of delaying the mails for each oMense and if this penalty does not bring about an improvement the amount of the fine wilt be increased Council Proceedings Hickman Ky Dec J 1906 Council met in regular session present Mayor Dillon Councilmen Kelm Hale Donnell Edmonds Ca rutbers and Hertweck Minutes of the last meeting were read approved and signed The following accounts were presented properly approved and on motion al lowed and checks ordered issued for the amounts G L Carpenter serving notices S 300 Union City Tile Co sewer 23003 Freight on sewer ptpe8196-R T Tyler Insurance8200Hi- ckman Coutler printing475- Dr Baltzer medical servloes200 Cotton Adams labor and material 600 J R Donnell street and sidett walk work 6784 J C Newton removing cow 100 On motion J A McClure was al lowed 80 for taking the City Assessment for the ensuing year On motion checks were ordered issued to registration udders for services at the November registration GENERAL FUND ACCOUNT To balance per Oct rept1oo91 Reed of G L Carpenter140000- Recd of Fultqn County5000R- ecd of H C Helm 25267 180358 By amt paid out in Nov27882- Dal to ojedit this aooount52476 WATXR AND LWHT BOKO COUNT To balance per Oat report 156003 Reed ol G L Carpenter 160000 316003 By interest paid on bonds 30000 e Balance to credit this acct 3860rj No change in City Hall account since last report Balance 8111 W C Johnson C T On motion council adjourned Attest S H C HBLM C C Recital December 21 The pupils of Miss Myrtle Love lace will give a recital on Friday night December 21 at the Opera HouseMiss Lovelaces ability as an im personator and elocutionist is well known and it goes without saying that her class shows splendid pro gress in this art This will be one of the seasons most delightful social events and you should not miss it Rosedale Has Moved The public will take notice that I have moved my photograph gallery over Ledford Randles store where I will be prepared to take care of my customers in the futur I thank I I you for your patronage in the past and solicit a continuance- sI A S Rosedale x- ul1I d Ii u L In otther the Dry Goods room or the Hardwnro de partment we are showing n beauti ful collection of Fine Chinaware Glassware IiHandBomo Vases of nil kinds no to 5 Plain Glass Vases Fancy Glass Vases Fancy China Vases Decorated Vases Hand Painted Vases Vases in all the new and novel wares and colors large and small all at low and popular prices I IIFinest Cut to Glassrr Cut Glass Bowls large Bowls and small Bows Cut Glass Water Pitch er Cut Glass Set Glasses Set Punch Cups Cut Glass Vases Cut Glass wappres aaraa uowu etc Hand Painted China Beautiful Plates large and small Cups and Saucers after dinner Cups and Saucers etc with very pretty hand painted floral decorations 6 at to to on is Fan Waist Dress Skirt Collar Purse Umbrella Belt Rug Comb Beads Hat Lunch Shoes Lace 1090 Now buys finest Mens Suits Overcoats 522 buys Young Mens Suits 250 buys choice Childs Suits t necessity clothing Ellison Bros Department Store MfCKMAN KENTUCKY OUR SHOWING for the Christmas Season for interesting and inexhaust ible collection of all sorts of fine merchandise low and popular prices from whichyou cannot fail make selection most pleasing you We advise you come early stocks are selling rapidly already Santa Claus Assortment Of Toys Dolls and Holiday Goods Now exhibition extremely varied andcomplete You Find Appropriate Presents For Everyone To Ladies Cloaks Pattern Gloves Handkerchief Fancy Hosiery NapkinsTowels Cloths Shawls Fascinators Slippers Curtains extraordinary Special Millinery Sale Choice values and 0160 Novelties Japanese China handsome decorated Platos Saucers Vases HIGH ART PICTURES 100Card Photo Frames Photo Cases Photo Albums Boxes Fancy Paper Handkerchief Boxes Toilet Silverware Rogers Manicure Set Musk Case Jewelry Music Albums Bonbon Boxes Trays Mirrors choice of ourt b AND This takes 2500 and 2000 garments Now any of our finest ages 13 to Bought soil to 1500 Now of any in our store Some 700 000 and 500 We make these prices forced because we are forced to move 1 This is an s tt a the Can II of any hat in the store up to 5 I Fine ly Bowls Cups he Post Cards Post Albums Glove Box Set 1847 Bros Box 17 to up wore from Jan sale an to as To Gentlemen SvU Overcoat Trunk Sun Case Hat Cap lipper Glows Shots halt Ease HawikeraMof MMktie Mailer Shirt Sweater SmpomJen Collar Clothes Brush flight SMrt Umbrella Ifeftey Vest Shot Gen Pocket Knife Rasor Toilet Set Cottar aK box Special Clothing Sale Choice of any suit in tlu IIOUBO vnluo up to 2500 for 1000 I ITOYS For the BoysII Tin Toy Iron Toy Wood Toys Mechanical Toys Steam Toy Electric Railway see show window Locomotives Tralin Trolley Cars AatcnwWlos- Plre Engines Hook and Ladder tarts Steam Engines TM Choats Wagons Watts Horse and WagM Drums Whistles Urns Toy CUM Air Guns Air Ships Toy Pistols Banks Animals Circus Figures All kinds of Caves Economy in Operation Graceful in Appearance THE WILSON makes an ideal heater for the home You remember it has the celebrated Hot Blast DownDraft which enables you to get 40 per cent more heat from your fuel than can be had in any other heater Isnt 40 per cent worth comittritlc I ELLm 1 BR t Dolls I China Dolts Btaqa Dots KWBodfDotts Steeping Dolts Talking Don I Ii 1 Dressed Dogs Sc i Sleeping Dolls hane OM ly drosd good II Large kid body Slopping Dolts Large China Dolls about 10 mokes Doll Furniture IFor Complete Housekeeping Dressers Bods- nqhtitAUuls StovoH HnngOH Tea Sots DUhos KitoliuiB Ooffoo Mills Sail Irons Bugging Doll Clothes Doll She JEverything necessary fort doll to makes the little girl lhal Fresh CHiRISTMAS CANDIES NUTS l ORANGESand t FIREWORKS in Grocery Department HIGHEST CASH PRICE Paid for all kinds of Produce kDC- hickens Turkeys Geese Ducks f Butter and lEggs We buy everything I J- JIL i Thu 7 4 oW f I JIll We Are Ready For You 4 i i TJunMF R9 MOW the t ID P pert fa Dteej tJCIIII pt KT tarTan I lDependable Jewelers And E Icians i TTTTYTTVYTTTVTVyYVTTTTTn irf Iilrnrss of the Freight Car ng given to Ute c he stopping interests CoMmfultners liar 1 1at of the IittersUti- miMton at Louisville t to leoal matters kingly the Inadequacy irMuptrtalfen in the This the enormou trade and commeic- icowWered To at- hedtAetenoy it is the l Hirers and Harbor the United States iIn for the improvement and tile harbors of thi iys Interested in the rough their represent F ut little hope for a railway facilities com nth the demands of mmeree of the country even to double the Mgr would barely be r discussions Chairmen tt the Kentucky Railwayy 4ixl who examined flu eorc Commissioners 1 Harlansald a Cage freight car work r per day That II it h- hntl etc for twenty out of the twentyfour 1 locomotive works onljy to haul a freight trail ill per day and thu 1 idle as the freight car plausible reason why th engine should remain IJ- Wlitn the factory works tel r lay If the average couli j1 even to ono hour and pay it would relieve th r un the lines UiruUyiis that the demand j rtalion and it is quicknes jl ity of means of trap that fixes the true value c t are so great that th wn not be raised even th i Eagerly awaiting the opportunity to put you in touch with all the latest and best in Xmas novelties for 1 1906 We are offering the best products of the most reliable manufacturers and appropriateforevery age every I FOR THE MAID WatchGuard Chain RingNecklace Stick Pin Hand Mirror o lognc Bottle Perfume SprayIManicure SeillorINail Polishers Bracelet Pen TrayIRocker Blotter Paper Cutter Velvet Brush Cold Cream Jar Card a se Glove Hook Purse l THE LocketOpera FanParasol ParasolWatch BraceletHat TrayNail HornIBroochPurse Mark- Manicure Set- Chatelaine A littlo list for tho lltalo Ring Silver Rattle Baby Pins Spoon Food and Childs is only n list of the that WR hnvo in Silver Gold 0111 Gold Filled We are for this ITnml Printed Wo our at a uniform scale of vary the publio our price marks but ono and is IIDoor in a mind that any is mndi at our 1ms to bo an represented or money Goods will be sent I on approval to rust of who aro ruspnngiblo BRANSFORD ANDREWS UNION CITY TENNESSEEI E Isvy nrarvvYTYYV mm aWUIonal thirty minutes suggested by Commissioner MoChord The true solution of the of transportation Is in the ef the riven and the harbors of the ooutf Cures and Blood Poison Ifyou have blood poison producing eruptions pimples ulcers swollen glands bumps and risings burnings itching skin mucous patches in painsdBotanic Blood Balm B B B It kills the poison in the bloods soon all sores eruptions heal hard swellings subside aches and pains stop and a cure is made of the worst OHMS of Poison For cancers tumors swellings eating sores ugly ulcers pimples of all kinds take B B B It destroys the cancer poison in the I blood heals cancer of all kinds cures the worst humors or suppurat byeB B B auerall else falls B B B I composed of pure botanic ingredients Improves the digestion makes the blood pure and rich stops the awful itching and all shooting pains tested for thirty years Druggists 1 per bottle with complete directions for home cure Sample free and prepaid bywriting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Dc scribe trouble and tree medical advice also sent in sealed letter- I I A Louisana man having off a man who raised a 2 bill says the PreuJournal wrote to Clark for some of the 1 seed- S WHATS worth doing is worth doing well If e you wish to be cured of 1 use Ballard s Snow Liniment an Aposinlive cure for Sprains Neuralgia d Bruises Contracted Muscles and al 1the ills thsi flesh is heir to A G e M Williams Navasota Texas I S foSI always keep house Sold by Cowgills Dru f Store and Helm Ellison C C I Subscribe for the Courier i FOR YOUNG GIRL Glass Fob r Silver Brush Shoe I I Book Pin I Chatelaine Mirror Diamond Ring Inkstand Cup 1Ittahovo gifts Sterling roasunablu assuring meaning purchase rofundod improvement sharp Thoroughly successfully Congressman Uheumatism rTYTTVTTTTfTfTTYYTVVYYTf New Island Rises From Ocean A volcanic has Just come to the surface from the depths of the Pacific Ocean writes T Mayne Bal timore in the November Technical World Magazine When we are accustomed to think of geologicall epochs in terms of thousands of years and the countries that we know were formed countless ages be tote historic times an Island which was born within the present year be comes the center of the worlds interest Fishermen came to Dawson City Yukon in the early summer and told of clouds of steam and smoke around the Aleutian group of islands and said that the water was seething and boiling for milt around Later after the first com motion had ceased and the smoke partially cleared away an island was discovered in the midst of this tremendous devils caldron and it is now thought that the fateful 18th of last April when San Francisco was by earthquake was the birth day of the new island the U S Revenue Cutter was I cruising in these waters and several officers from the boat landed on the island at considerable risk They found the to be about 700 feet high and about 900 feet in diameter They sent in a partial report to the Department of the Treasury at Washington with the statement that more definite information would be furnished as soon as the land had cooled sufficiently to allow surveying donsf lReprintl NcwlUeraldIIThere Iis at least one effectual safe and 1l reliable Cough Cure Dr Shoops that we regard as suitable even for the youngest child For years Dr Shoop hltterly opposed the use of r opiates or narcotics in medicine off S10 per drop to any one find ing Opium Chlorotorni or any other poisonous or narcotic ingredient In Dr Shoops Cough Cure Ana the challenge is as yet unanswered 1 Here is one manufacturing physician u THE MATRON BroochBrush and Comb Set Puff Box Hair Pin Holder Violet Holder Baking Dian Berry BowlISalad Bowl CandelabraTea Pepper and Salt Nut Bowl Almond Dish Chafing Dish Stamp Box Needle Case Shoe Hook Knives and Forks Salad Set folks Locket Pusltor pllrtinl also agents PioKiird China offer goods pricOM buying that hove f Htoro exactly parties Cancer mouth perfect persistent heard satisfaction great ruined Recently island cring FOR mvvrarvmrvn who welcomed with much satisfaction the new Government Pure Food and Drug Law The public can now protect Itself at all times by insist ing on Raving Dr Snoops when a oough remedy is needed Sold by All Deelers The Country Newspapers It to us title week as we ran over our forty or fifty exchanges to note U e moral tone of them These papers art of all sizes and grades from ovary variety of towns and arc edited by practical men who are pretty well acquainted with the the flesh and the devil In not one of them did we find a defense of immortality In but one of them did we And a semblance of defense for whi key In not one of them was there a trace of vulgarity and netfi ing to justify dishonesty Neither could we find a sneer at purity at religion at the better things of life In many of them were bits of excel lent advice little homely sermons on temperance frugality and industry All of them to home town and advocated honest principles in government and individual Wher ever there was mention of the public school it was in terms of praise To be sure here and there was some fun poked at shams some scorn at pretense But the note in everyone of these two score papers was for decency progress enlightment morality Most of them arc well read most of them judges of people and events A pretty decent lot they arc in fact we doubt if any other profession can offer a higher or even as high a showing Be sides all this the country is proverbially liberal freehearted in every way No stray printer goes away hungry if he has a quarter No public subscription list passes him without his mite He gives freely of time and space to the public welfare This is not an effort to throw a bouquet at our contemporaries but with Paul we believe every man should magnify his call ling and we are proud of o- ursjjjjjjjj i FOR THE MEN RingCuff Watch Watch ChainII IStudShaving Bowl Shaving Mirror Military Brushes Whisk Broom Cloth Brush Hat Brush Soap Check Cutter Stamp Box Silver Knife Match Box Ash Tray- Smoking Set Gillette Razor Neokohain Set goods famous holiday that Honest Values tint town problem Blood writes Island Perry oocurwi world loyal good editor Box Dependable Jewelers And Opticians mrmtamTVTTYTTYTWW VYV W YYTVVWV WVVYV WWW mn YOU WANDA M Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with a written guar antee For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith work of all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cutters WJIARRYHIC- KMAN KENTUCKY 1 OAJRTJTIBCIEiRS CAFEand POPULAR LUNCH PARLORS Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Canes Fine Candies Etc I r r Dont fail to hour tho Eluotrio Phl- OCARUTHERSPHONE90 I frrIrs a fltrch lts Bank tljjCLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to depositors Other in ducements ore of secondary importance Upon tins Guarantee we solicit your patronage J A THOMPSON Cashier H BUCHANAN President 4 DIE EOTOR9 II utIIIINANtJ J V MONUU UTtU II TllltKIKKUl J W AIKXANDKK K M ISIKK fir1 MHUKHAII T A LKUFUKI e +is +a Ar i ry i t r y y F j Our Lines nre nnd your friends to bo are known The bettor and fcliQ mOTS now make n few to nsHist you in your pllrt Busses WHY NOT BUY niB V I is be as or as to toFOR MEN L T BELLE WC8PEEB JCBEXTOH EilUn ud FnpriiUn = =ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR CASH IN ADVANCE I at the Illokmaa Kentucky poatafficA M nceonci class mall mutter 14 1006 have unearthed the interior of a that was doing business in Egypt 255 years before Christ They it by the dead letters Give the Northern people time and they will a movement to repeal the Fifteenth amendment that will bring results They will have to obtain their just like the Southern people have obtainedr their through actual contact and r1 their attitude toward the negro as a political and social quantity will be just what the Southern attitude now is Houston Post endowed with the genuine spirit knowing how true Kentuck ians feel comments on the co and hands down the following opinion And we feel sure that his most sanguine hopes will be fulfilled if such a case as he describes should become a question of reality In there is a school call ed Berca College by the terms of the contract made with the people of Berea and the men who endowed it to be a school for the education of the negro and white races The court of appeals of that L state decided that such an institution could not exist an appeal was taken to the United States su preme the negroes and their allies of course It will be a shame on the escutcheon of dear old Kaintuck if a negro and a white child shall ever sit for learning in the same hall and we have such implicit faith in the chivalry of the people of that state that it is our opinion that the lands will overflow with the blood of the negroes sooner t than submit to such 1 AAA A A A aaaaaaAaaaaaaaaaaaaA A ffn Exhibition of Christmas Presents DQ YQW SHJQf2f2i NQW r Experience of Everyone Supports the Wisdom of Shopping For Christmas I Earlyr Holiday Complete remembered selection ItfgnrOi possible L Christmas buying plonsuro A suggestions making ChrfetHm I WILT WILL APPRECIATED Gifts For the Men and the Boys Practical Stylish Useful Everything here useful and may plain elegant your purse will permit you give IIRoyal Blue and Shoes 1TTTTTTY THE HICKMAN COURIER EnteredL Friday December Explorers postoffice recognized Inaugurate experience PortaguevUleMo Kentucky educational problem r Kentucky coeducational whereupon courtby damming degradation AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COD2 1N The r Raincoats Trousers Gloves Mufflers Umbrellas Fancy Suspenders Neckties Hats Caps Hosiery Handkerchiefs Shirts Underwear Sweaters Suit Cases Collars and Cuffs Scarf Pins Cuff Buttons Etc Begin your buying early Such thou htfulrtess on your part will enable us to give you bettor ser vice and will contribute to your own comfort and satisfaction by avoiding tIll olovonth hour rush BRADLEY PARHAM HICKMAN KENTUCKY r YYYYYTYYYYYYYYf shippingIpoint on the Mississippi river between St Louis and Memphis Cairo alone excepted The local shipments of cotton and corn together with the shipments of corn that is brought to this port by the steamers and transferred and the local shipments of our manufactories make an enormous import trade the magni tude of which cannot be realized with out observation A professional window dresser would turn green with envy upon viewing the holiday display in the corner window of the dry goods de partment at Smith tfc Ambergs department store The artist we un derstand who is responsible and de serves credit for this tasteful piece of work is Will Helm the dry goods clerk Children look at this window with amazing wonder with a childs unmistakable pleasur- at the thought of Old S3ntaU an not only the children but it is frequent that we hear ladies and gen tlemen complimenting the taste dis played in the arrangement and the original design VYYTYyYTTYYTyYYyy Postmaster Stephens Attends Postmasters Association Postmaster Stephens has been in Louisville this week and while there attended the Initial meeting of the Association of Kentucky Postmasters of the First Second and Third class which was held in the Custom House at that place Tuesday During the day an interesting pre arranged program was observed and in the evening dinner at the Seelbach Hotel the visiting post masters the guests of the Louisville Postmaster and tile heads of the Di vislous of the Louisville Postoroce They witnessled the dispatch of the evening mails at the Custom House and later in the evening attended the Hopkins Theatre as guests of Robt E Woods the Louisville postmaster Your attention is called to the hol Naylore ofdour terri tory will do well to investigate we feel sure New music and new specialties at City Hall Thursday night Dec 271 FOUR PATTERNS FREE A Special Offer To Ml Women We will give four dress patterns free to any lady who will bring to our pattern counter a club of two yearly subscriptions to The Ladles Home Journal at the regular price 150 each At least one of the names in the club MUST BE A NEW SUBSCRIBER to The Ladies Home Journal The second name may be the club raisers own subscription whether new or renewal The two subscriptions accompanied by 3 must be mailed or delivered at the same time to our Ladies Home Journal Pattern counter Four pattern orders will be issued to those who wish to select their patterns later subscriptiontoscription at 150 makes the club of two yearly subscriptions which entitles you to any four Ladles Home Journal Dress Patterns ELLISON BROS Hickman f L c+ AAAAAi AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Obituary On Nov 22nd 1906 the death angel entered the home of Mr and Mrs J C Hendrix and claimed their oldest son Hasty Lester a young man of twenty years The death of their son was not unexpect ed to Mr and Mrs Hendrix as Kr had been in failing health since Ms return last April from Qulncy 111 where he had been attending school At first It was thought that the care ful attention of the family physician and the tender watchful car of a loving father and mother would restore the young man to health but as he did not improve his father took him to Colorado in the summer hoping that the mountain air would be beneficial but it was of no avail Realizing that he had but a short time to spend in this world and wishing to spend it with those dear el1rlyIOn the twenty second surrounded by father mother brother sister and friends he yielded up his soul to the God who gave it The funeral services were con ducted at his borne by Rev John R Williams of Hornbeak Tennessee after which the body was conveyed to Poplar Grove Cemetery followed by a large concourse of friends The pall bearers were Gordon Rice Dave Comm Guy Hale Henry Sanger Clarence Corum Will Jeff ries Nathan Townsend and Millard Shaw former schoolmates of his Hauty was a student at Hickman College tome years ago going from here to G R C College at Hender son Tenn In September 1905 he entered Quincy 111 Business College where he remained until April and from which institute he would have grad uated in a few weeks had his health not forced him to come home Hauty was a model boy in every sense of the word he was an obedient son a loving brother a true friend and a faithful student He was patient during his illness and bore his suffering with fortitude- It is in vain at a time like this to say to the parents grieve not It is natural fur you to grieve but I would say grieve not as those whe have no hope I would point you to Him who saldI am the resurrection yourdearloves him wit1 a fur tenderer love A slyshoe lhalsa- bsolrrlely comfortableI Oxfords 350 and 300 Shoes 400 350 Let us Iii r TYTTTTyyTYTYT YTY than it iis possible for as torthly parcel to eel and you have the sweet thought that when your life ff- ended is I here there is one who mite waiting and watching for you at the t Beautiful Gate and that parting will be no more A Cousw Woodland Mills Items Miss Sadie Fry was the reat of Miss Carrie Borrui SaturdayII Miss Mary Bonus visited hertt parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs G B BrassReld visited relatives at State Line Saturday and SundayMrs Lou MHIer 1Is very Ill with pneumonia at her brothers Mr T C Berry Miss Zola Bradley was the guest of Miss Martha Hey of Union City SaturdayMr Mrs H L Curlln attend I ed the funeral services of Mr Calvin Saunders Thursday Mr Hugh Curlin attended the CttyFridaythe Fellow Craft Degree After the Order hours refreshments were en Jnyed at Dahnkes Mr Calvin Sounders died at home in Union City Tuesday after long years of suffering with rheunutUm He was formerly of this town We extend hert felt sympathy to the Ibereavedhomefromhe has been for the past two weeks eyosWethat his sight Is greatly improved Ctutchfield Joe Cook has a sick child Louie Howard has a position with the Illinois Centralgproudfther sicknessinrepairingon JasVeaehpneumoniaII George Elliott is preparing to move his house out to the public roadpMrs Seat was called to Graves county to see her daughter who Iis real sick IIeverII E IN rtGwr QII11 S The Red Cross biLI u a solutely comfortable Though amply heap r a 1 kinds of wcnrand vft t e Red Cross Shoo is MI l thnt it follows even ru nc of the foot The heal made lit tV Mme speoinl leather UK the sule takes the jnr off the l r II IllrtwzZA IIuINl F x J Joe t i High and yo TTYTTTTYYTTYTYYTYYVTTTTTn A party was given at t Friday night Allpr nice time The Httlear of M Lee Webb dirt last was buried at Rock ty Mrs Ada logolied her lister Mn V l and Saturday night u W R Howard vii friars next week HP 1Iemployed In the Menu1 Mn M A Hownr and Mrs Winnie 1K v Misses Male and Mtnday Dorena Who says It didsi t J So Lambert wni Mo Tuesday J 0 King went c twrinoss Tuesday JIM Bryant Butt to week on business Little Llssle Pnkv r Htokroan Saturday Joella Byassee win trLillian halt Sunday Charlie Freeze tookIto Hlokman Tuesday Miss Marietta Fowl urday nightandSunda Little Mary Polharnifew days in Bast PlIwith relatives Guy Hall entertain v his friends Saturday mx time Iis reported Mr Coleman ot Jt was in the neighborly t Y buying coon able Cull Bryant and WIK uPrairiePolhamus last week Miss Carmen Crawfilrp uest of Mrs T W Hickman last Friday W t Mrs B C White rtf 6rSaturdayhas been visiting her per Miss Stella Hiseysors out last Friday and she h r her home Indiana Miss III be greatly missed iu r munity ter l Rev J L Lucas cantSunday but on ac bad weather wasdlssapp wm preach the fifth SunJ t th weather is suitable tti 4i I LI G4 Loral Notes I I j itt this office December 27th on the sick Hit I Cairo will here tuti ribe fir lit ISwiifth soil fresh T JAI ifCwi Ail In i wiitr are long phis Yke god K en md q arteites li AH tutteralwayi Itri n i iu otfispr awl al tttt IS- Ut Horehoud cow d the X KI j i Kk of MOd tit Chillies 1 ryrocarM all haw It nLo I hw 1 1 frooottc Ri rrtcoo tilde 1 me I ir from MM al nut Hlot- n 6 I I r Cayce x1111 inklin in tOwd I oi Miles TBIO t week the post Ir CAM seat1 tioikssao- rthr J hut If yes Its aiadios and traveling twffcht ine wat fit isjwa 1Io Jt eIIII of Mr L1 rtly potmtor o ndy 1111p Atttasl- I ctr- II sislec- m I ha111 Mi week property an Tpoy 750 tor II s nt solved tight n 000 at Use Wwwt INC ti site SIM of rty a In retollfCtJt1RCf a1RJ et 561 i iIuadg MargponHMksaaa wiU make their am rohUtvos of of Vfit Hkfcman in t y mftvmed that vht were the be wtdcfc harmed at Kkrkwan last I- Id to Htakman t of the Steamer ttIN balance of Rootletl December 21 Band Concert Deo 27 Subscribe for the Courier InthtlJas T Seat was In New Madrid yesterday Endorsed by all users the sweet at the K K BottcrawortheeU1 CeLntlee Just like sitting down at mothers taMo mite Cafe OreenfIeJd AtCltA feast for a little money the good things at the K K thefreshestGate Lon Robertson for fresh groceries Telephone 160 Fir servicablc Christmas giOs SM the Hkkman Furniture Co Have yw bought your etui If Mt why not telephone no U J CosUseCavut will deliver your pods to 3 you PreehestgrooerlMMtowH 91- Mlt I tee Ramer of Moccow WMI the gMcit of Ukman friends later 4GrcCounty Attorney T N Smith of ftriioo was M tMc city on dncscJJ iMsweck Zest goods scat servtoc mweif a prices on grooerlo at Shaw Ott 1 iersworth A II Barposc and MIN Lotu MeDasdol of Chinos were married in WIN last wear- LCtWtMcJMcasdws J seek with- soma aosotMts m tt Return to 2 JWcLOST map grey spcikloU uUor laird dog Reward Owes Kltby Htokmaa Jf ferWterRobertson Telephone 140 Wm goatee is ernpioyed m the department of KUtoa Brot store during the sissy season The Methodist bazaar held at Mrs C H Hubbards deared a salt seas at their sale Friday L D Perry and fussily left Sat a- nrdayterMayAeMKy Mrs Perry has bas In peer health for some time JfernUHreJ Christmas at Montgomery furslterci IltKe iff- Mlos Anna OHttcn It on Ute sick HIt Miss Irene Helm k teaoMng NtH OnUons room Wring her lttnas Dost get left Go to Cavltts IIi got your Christmas seeds in the recerylln Prtoot are right and I- IUtc l goods troth It Mrs W B McGee and daughter Rush Crook aeighbarbeod were our town Saturday trading with wr merchants and exchanging grotu Ihgi with tsar natty friends here The city ownotl have had some street lights placed on the hill j nOir the sloe and they are a great J CCMrIoalo to the dtlseaa ol that t neighborhood having been badly needed THE VICTOR Talking Machine The most wonderful must cal instrument In the world A piano Is a groat piece of mechanism a noble instru ment of music but the won der attaching to the simple little Victor Talking Ma chine and record leaves the piano leagues in the rear when it comes to human artistic and mechanical interest It baffles the reason of the most learned and yet it iis as simple as ABC It is more life like than any piece of mechanism invented UOti Y rtound the Victor with the cheap scratchy horn o impossible machines called talking machines but t Victor yes JUST ONCEI hear it play an orches fratic solo an old time melody or a minstrel song r a score of others Com jest once i throw aside you may have to the entire inartistic brood of sound isaneos Come listen to a Victor and if you do not r very wonder of such an instrument if you can be t J or the sound ycu bear the music the art the very Y tine you will have passed the stage where anything appeal to you Informal Concerts are given at the ry day and night You are welcome and will let thing you wish are agents for the Victor Machines and u i Ml you one on easy terms t I ELLISON BROS Ilicknum Ky rnnk Jmith ACEMT FOR Nashville Steam Laundry None better Few as good Leave Laundry at Smith Amberg Lee Campbell and Jas Bolar pent Thursday In Cairo and Tyler Bealc were In UnionCity Saturday afternoon buygrooerle I tourIssever I al daysCapt I Connelly Government In Mondayn I I JerryMaloneremNashrtlle i Cityllluadap J atUtatme time Bard Concert at City Halt Thurs day night Doc 27 Proceed go CorfederaayZworyooe Mr and Mrs Hnd1 pler are viefcwg Mrs Neighbors mother Mrs Dtek Smith Cuss Lewis who hoe been em toyed aa sawyer at the Mengel Factory for some time hoe aired C took to WlIIW home at Cape Guar door Mo The A S of I oMens to contribute 300 to say fwd which ic raised to convict the guilty puttee in the Doming of the tobacco warehouse at Princeton recently P Mrs Henry Bawfcioe of aoar town CIUlroewhole she viefced parents and rem jII twos She also visited an aunt at Nashville Henry Proeman colored a watch tsar m the RichmondBond Oft Mills 11 was caught in a line shaft Saturday severely injured fled hie arm torn ofi last year by the same al tPiaobiroryfMiss Caroline McDowell win has of Baltaor Dedds mil CI16Iteryand winter sensor left for her teain HumboMt TOM Tueceay Miss McDowell nude many bend while in Hickman Plies Got quick relief from Dr hoops Manic Ointment Remem her its made alone for Piles and I works with certainlty and satia action Itching painful1 protrud ng or blind piles disappear like nagia by Its use Try It and soe t b- All Dealers J M Moore was In Unf n City gain Sunday last and he interns is that he appealed the statement we made in last weeks Courier to aIhigher court and had the decision reversed We are inclined to be lieve that he didnt submit the opinion to an impartial judgethMr and Mrs W B Sowell Mr land Mil W C Sowell of Jordan and Mrs Nannie Porter and daughter Mite Lixsie of Columbia Tans j were in town this week viewing tbeu town and the river Mr Sowell made the Courier a pleasant visits while here Remember next weeks Courier will be printed on Wednesday morn ing and that all advertisements and announcements news etc intended for that issue must be in not later than noon Tuesday Dec 18 to in wire its publication The largest is edition of the Courier ever issuedl will be the holiday numberaA show troupe traveling down the river in a small boat got stranded j on a bar of Island No7 below Hickman last Thursday and have been there since The river billh been falling and the boat Is nowb quite a distance from the water Inb all probability they will stay where they are until the Spring rise as derricks and tug boats are unable ton assist them In getting off j The city council have begun to laysome more new walks in town They arc considering the crying need for these Improvements and putting the work where most needed This is somslhing that has been neglected sadly neglected by the former councilmen for many years heretofore and we are glad to see that the present administration are look ing to the best interests of the town without favoriteism and expending the money for improvement where it will do the most good The line of walk now being laid is from the College cast on Moscow Avenue News at the Court House for the Current Week R AL BSTATE TRANSFER transfershaveweekThoc KImbro350NRobertsontownL Adams to D Kenney land 100 Joe Emerson to John Tyler land Sl100Mr Mattle Little to T J Boaz town lots Fulton 365- G B Threlkeld to W B Clark land near State Line 607 CampbenJandJ F McClelland Admr to Ar thur McClelland land 378124- N G Morris to Jennie Kirkland town property in Fulton 2000 W H Wade to Coyle Wade land in Fulton County consideration I love and affection- J M Milner to L A Boaz town- prercrty in Fulton 000 R P Wright to J W Jones land 600 L D Perry to J R Dobndl ax ohange of land in Obion County CoustyKyK A Cathoy to W A Terry retmquieMog right of homestead 500 C W Owens to First National Bank of Pulton lard 3932- Hickman Realty Co to Marion Prove tows lots Iin Hickman 300 J W Stow to Bondvrant Wil Mi land in bottom below Htekman 1712 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKHT The following eetea hove been dedketed for the January term of reportzmL Walker account cLttlcyCeJ W Rccwy VB Q T Taylor on rote Maggie caper wa M W A on W Graham vi H F Ottvar feee and coats m recent trillIJ C Hawfema vt Martin Conder I i atiollltJ T Asians vt N C ft St L Ry tItt Hugh Piles vs tL Chownkig o recover exceptions in bankruptcy use M A Head vs JuHan Choate et John dataTyler YI I C ltysalt or damages Jcs P Burton ft I C Rysalt or damages C C fttaofcr vs J H Gray et suit on note Mary Jackson vc Israel JnlklOftI divorce Bertie HaaoUood vs D P Ha elwood dtyarae Mallie Oliver vs H F Oliver divoree J D Kennedy vs Eo D Wallace j suit on settlement t County Court convened Monday no important bueineaa was trans acted Some road commissioners watt appointed Cause for Reflection Courier Yeur cheery face CAme dispelling the gloom and sadneee which has so environed me of late years One ing I did not lake 1 must protest Mrs Parsons has written a very unwise and foolish letter in favor of trial marriages surely no reasonable person would think of throwing blame us much wronged and weaker sex as Lords of creation are pleased to tyle us Think of how many pure minded noble women are trying to rear their children by precept and example In the right way while some ot them have dissipated impure husbands and fathers Napoleon said France needed mothers i I soy what America needs I both fathers and mothers It is aI sad truth so many married ladles re trying to lead gay and fashionable lives while all sensible folks know their proper sphere is in the home i and when they leave the home for fashionable dinners parties and clubs they are bound to neglect duties and will therefore be responsible But who is to for all this they themselves were not taught right If girls would live gay lives they should not If men will not give up I dissipati6ns they should not marry All honor to the old maids who refuse to marry any old way just so they can write II Mrs They will avoid all that responsibility and blame as well Let the father not shift all of the government of the family on the mothers shoulders and think he has done his duty when he provides needsImans nature is ever to follow the example of father Adam Yes Oh i you great men you too are to blame lor existing evils Teach your children what is right and they will u IRHEUMATISM CURED fThe Circulation Stimulated i and 1he Muscles and Joints I lubricated by using I r I P S1ois 4 LiivinveivtV Price 25c 50c rIOOTI I Sold byall Dealers II Sloaris Treatise On The HorseSent Free I Address Dr Earl SSIoanBostonMass not throw themselves away by select ing unworthy oompanions Counsel them often MtMhUbcinffsakl against divorc es I say if a sweet pure minded woman should take the unfortunate mistake and marry one who makos a boost of himself and she knows he will cover be any bettor let her leave him the quicker the better Where is Ute man that would live with the dissipated woman A Country Woman Warning I heresy direct the City Marshal bringbeterepersons violating the City Ordinance eoverinf the discharge of fireworks Iwhbfn the limits prescribed by said ordinance Warning is herewith given that any person or persons guilty of dis charging firecrackers roman candles sky rockets or any combustible In the reworks category on the main ttreols of the city or near any store house factory cotton depot ware hoes erany other place where there Is any danger whatever of creating a Ore will be arrested and fined to the fullest extent of the law This warning is given as a proven tative to a conflagration that might arise from the discharge of fireworks personParentstheir children abstain from violating this law Tom Dillon Sr Mayor Qty of Hickman Mho MJnnio Bowan of near Jor dan spent Tuesday lit Hickman The baaaar conducted by the ladle of the Bplecopal church at the Rectory this week cleared about 47 Hss I1 ers Concert Band will give- a concert at the City Hall flea 27 for the benefit of the Daughters of the Confederacy Oder Brimnce will fill hlrap poinlment atMl Herman next Sun day This it his last appointment for the year A full attendance of the members is desired The congregation has engaged him for next year They have also se cured the services oL lid G A Dunn of Memphis for their protracted meeting to begin 4th Sunday in next July To Santa Claus Dear Santa- I have been a very good boy since you come to see me last I have taken very good care of the toys you brought me I was not at home last Xmas and you could not find me I will be at home this time you bet Now Santa please come and bring me all you can spare Your little friend Errett Patterson Musical History Club At the regular biweekly meeting on December 4 the M H C ren programmePaperWeber KelleyDttousslonClub Story of Star Spangled Banner Miss Mona Dlestlebrlnk Sisay The Opera Lizzie Corum Music by each olubmember From Route Five CityStUrdBYMr Will Hamblin was in Hick man Saturday Mrs Susan Pride spent Friday with Mrs Millie Mitchell A large crowd attended the debate Saturday night at Clayton school houseThe Misses Carters of Old Republican are visiting Mrs John Thorp this week Mr Thedion Wheeler of Shephahl neighborhood spout Saturday night with Herman Howard Mr Sam Wrady and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Wardell Williams Mr Walter Caldwell and Clarenceaa Bradford have the contract of cutting heading near Reelfoot Creek Mrs Van Brown of Ozark Mts returned home Wednesday after spending the summer with friends hereMr and Mrs Frank Mitchell and family are going to move to Missouri at an early date We regret very much to loose them W S Burnett proprietor of the e Mticow Roller Mills was in Hick man on business this week If Moscow hail a dozen nun like Mr Bur nett she would be some pumpkins Kitchen Plumbing Good plumbing in the kitchen iis n matter of great importance because your health depends on the unitary condition existing in this room where all food is prepared Old fashioned sinks with closed I in piping are lodging places for vermin moisture and dirt which bring + about serious illness If the plumbing of your kitchen iis old unsightly and unheal thy let us quote you a twice on installing a nowwhite tae lard Porcelain Enameled sink with open plumbing Our prices lire rea t sonahll our work high das and what you Py for this modern kitchenp f L equipment may save you money in doctor bills Cotton 3 cAdams i Plumbers and Tinners t a- JI i I uI riI- aJ1 idHI f0QuW9 1 ThrnVoM Want thtllLST- IWATxors JI AW iiI have purchased L D Perry t Restaurant and ask my heads to L call and see me Lunches of all kinds at any hour also regular meals FRESH OYSTERS served in any style when in season rDinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars c Luther Watson t Meet Your Friendst 1f1 P a 43 cold baths electric lights t t and fans hydraulic chairs 1 land everything for comfor- tCliatcaStIXicfaiaaS7 iNext door to Cannhers e liel4el Cash Booko Store tipleudiii Selection NEW ROOKS STATONERY NOTION c Call and see our Stook Every thing up to date MARY BEREXIHW fc v B T DA vis Attorney nt gaur Will practice in all courts in the State Office over Ledford Zc Randles store- HKKUAX XXXTUCKY Tinningg 1 PlumbingI I I have secured the services of Mr I J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber mil solicit youi patronage In Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metal work of all kindsALL WORK FIRST CLAM Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R B BREVARD Hickman Ky Your lraundrl should have its just share of your attention If you are particular about your dress appeararce let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry TuesdayKennedy Corum Jtrtncyatlltlm + MIHfont i i HicKian Furniture 60 INCORPORATED Undertakers i TELEPHONE NO 20 F Dr S K Davidson I DENTISTf fOtliee nvur- Cowgitle Drug Store Hickman Kentucky r V V a =y I irrfrI J TO HUSBANDS Always complain of being tired and remember that nobody else gets tired Your wife should have everything ia readiness for you but you should not do anything for her When your wife asks for money give her a sickle ask her what she wants with it and when she tells you ask her if she cant do without it Then go down town and spend ten times the amount for cigars for they are a necessity Go down town for an evening stand arotiad on the street corners and talk potttkfi its nacre Merest taf than ta stay at home with your family Charge ywr wife nt ta gossip but you nab spin art The yarns yen wishHave your wife Itt up and make the bra tat dmTt yw set up yourself until the rat of the family are eating breakfast as you might take coldWear old althea and bake your self as vatidy as possible until yotir wifes health bogies to fall j then it would be best for you te fix up some for In all probability you will want another when she is gone Have a smile for everybody you meet but get a frown on before you I go home I Daat be ashamed er afraid to say kind things There are some people who look as though they had been caught stealing sheep after they give way to aa Impulse to be pleasant KlndnoM II not a woakaeM There is no danger of overproduction along this line There k a market for all the bright looks and good wholesome ploasaatriec that can be turned out People go to bed every night hungry for a gentle touch or a helpful word Men and women are laid at rest in the cemetery every day who would a thousand times rather have had a few thoughtful tokens of goodwill when alive than all the flowers that have been heaped upon their casket Hand out kindness and see the joy it will bring you as well as those at the other end of the transaction Pleasant wordsare as honeycomb sweet to the soul and health to the DODOS Get away from the Idea that ploasant words should be thrown out like a bone to a dog Carry a full basket and be generous It wUl beat the widows crust and flour barrel at spontaneous re production At this season of the year when wedding bells are sounding in the air and young husbands and brides ire preparing for housekeeping our kindest thoughts turn to them A happy home is a crying need for everyone The world may abuse and wrong you but if you have a home where virtue peace and plenty reign you can defy the world Let it rage and howl abroad as it may in the sunny home circle you can sing Let the Storms Come Down This delightful anchorage must be of your own construction Other people can erect guide posts showing the road that leads that way but you yourselves must travel the road and furnish equipments for the journey Work is the great avenue all must take Look around and see If you can fine any substantial contented household but somebody is pegging I I away and striking hard licks to make l It so Idleness produces mischief and crime in man and ill health and bad temper in woman We cannot think of any feature of the home life so likely to wreck it as a lazy neer 4o well man moving around or a nervous idle fretful woman on the lookout for something to make her unhappy This sort tof people can never be contented unless they are miserable and they should be yoked together to save spoiling so many homes It takes two to complete a home and either of the above mentioned I will insure sorrow and trouble in any family where their lot is cast iI 1 w Many a discouraged mother foi I her tired hands at night and fee as if she had after nil done nothitv although she has not spent an ni moment since she arose Is tI nothing that her little helpless ChI drift have had someone to save them from harm and to listen to then little childish griefs and joys that her husband feels safe when hr is away at his work because her I careful hand directs everything home and makes it a safe refuge and place of rest for him when his day labors and perplexities are over Weary and faithful mother be en couraged when you know you have done what you could It every woman was as careful to select a husband to match her dis position as she is in selecting a dress to match her complexion there would be fewer unhappy marriages than there are The one subject that never grows tiresome the star which is never dimmed the song which never loses Its sweetness is sung of horn The subject Is immortal Heme em blematic of rest retirement peace and love All sacred relations of life resolve about the center there Home Is where lifes highest objects ought to be studied and acted Our homos stay be poverty but If we try aright our souls may rise in shadow and sunshine brightened and soften ed into beauty which ethers may discern Those who would make home happy most remember to ful All its noblest fonctionspeace must reign supreme in the hearts of its oooooaato Let its try to make our homes attractive and pleasant Like the I sunshine that each year sheds its strengthening rays on the ten r flowers nursing them to life ad beauty that peers through the tuif curtained windows that tints toe evening clouds with golden glory so let the sunshine ot pleasant words and loving smiles shed its lasting influences on the young hearts around us and we will do much towards keeping their feet from the tempters snare and dii acting their thots to that home in the Beautiful Land If our home is humble we can makeI it a happy one Cultivate the beauti ful Bowers that God has given us endeavoring to do with our might whatever we do and making all 1 around us bright and cheerful thus we will cause our children in the evening of life to carry around theirI brow a glorious halo of memories of a happy childhood home Woman achieves her greatest I triumphs when she fulfills the will of her Creator She was created to j be the helpmate not the rival otjj nan They are to work as one j neither striving to take the position J which belongs to the other Woman is to be the queen in the quiet andII peaceful domain of home Yet the t fact that she is at home does notI mean that she has no influence on the progress of the world outside the home The ideal that is formed at our mothers home is the highest we II will form in all our UvesII FOR SALESmall farm contain- Ing 55 34 acres well improved lyingII one mile south of Moscow Ky in I Fulton County Same being a por I placePrice t For further information address J W Kennedy Oklahoma City Okla Indigestion Wotnarti troubU leI but s tjrmptnm of and not nrtwtrtantrttburnn11 t I lpedANnU oat this tut tint flnteomrtlfWDrBhoopIn the crtmllon ol that now rent popular Ktomwb out thshatinnwSndthatt orrlrztnalIM D Aly vlul preelplti no j such lattbic rmrnplUbOMnU went over to ahad bdtxNthkwmtlvfibltaorUputaeestnr ill l- reooimealtrW do we Nil anti thee I J t Dr SHoops Restorativet I ALL DEALERS I A hint to the wise is sufficient Remeher that by making your Christmas selections early you suffer no dis appointments You know law tt is joodsfullnow ready for your inspection and approval Suggestions Our stock embraces nil that is deairnblo and nil that is good in tho lino of jowolry Vo have a lino of Holiday goods that cannot be oxcullod for price and quality What wo otter you is certainly appropriate for Christmas Giving I Come in andsee this line TODAY A fine of you could wish in this line for Gifts You must see them C G Great Comet Duo in 1910 The most famous of all comets though not the largest and most brilliant will again be visible in 1910 This is Halleys comet so called from lie Identification by the great astronomer wjio was the friend of Sir Isaac Newton Halleys in vostigations of astronomical records led him to auert that the comet which he had observed in 1612 bad appeared in 1531 and in 1607 and to predict its reappearance in 1757 The fulfilment of this prophecy excited the most intense scientific I interest and established beyond doubt the periodicity of coments and their movement in orbits determined by the law of gravitation Its last ap pearance was Iin 1835 its period varyiig between ievcntyilx years on account of the perturbing at tractions of Jupiter and Saturn in certain parts of its orbit It was byI that time possible to calculate its movements withso much greater accuracy than before that it made its perihelion passage within four days of the predicted date It was not then a very grand object to the naked eye but the light of its nu cleus surpassed that of second magnitude stars and was comparable with that of some reddish stars of the first magnitude such as Aide baran and Antares Its tail while the comet was approaching the sun attained to a length of twenty de grees As a Last Extreme Once a number of legal lights in Washington were gathered in the smoking room of a lawyers club when the talk turned to a discussion of the veracity of lawyers IThe average man remarked one disciple of Blackatone seems only too ready to assume we arc all IUana very unjust position it seems to me Do we not sometimes tell the truth hs asked of his neighbor a well known criminal lawyer respondedthe anythingI DIAMONDS WATCHES r CLOCKSLCUT t Sterling Silver Novelties c lac fc 1 0 TTT T TfTT+tc selection everything Holiday SCHLENKER Hickman HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHEI Tom Dillon Sr Prof Successor to B C i Marble and iran- iMonuments CURBING STONE WORK of Kind Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY t a t t A I t+ 44 4- I de+ u Will build you A HOMEON JCAHV MON1ItrY 1tilyt l It will pay you to investigate this plan It will interest you if you arc paying rent I carry the only complete line of building mats hardware sash and doors to be found in the city are right You bo the judge call and see VV A DCDDS rrrtrrrrrrrt J A COtTon E V COTTON ADAMu Plumbinc Tinning All Kind of Sanitary Work Roofing tam Fitting Keep in stook at nil times Stovo fonrtltllil Collar thugs Stovo SliovolH Black Silk Stow on earth Make IL specialty of repairing anl t fHtovos handle stove pipe of nil kinds T 1 t Joints Plnui nnd Unsaian Iron Pipe Wo pv personal attention anti guarantee satisfaction a Better Printing For Less Money THE COURIER f11 a L4 i ts Money Lived to You We have certain items t IactualII Iltm A J llt 1 beds are t tntial item tht mplete oll1HIl ofa bed itni tin l youll lltivut 1 the1 price 1 000 r Idor Imperial American Steel Wire i tare truce for cash only at the following low iccj i I lUt 25 and only in following heights 30 Inhos higla27e per rod 17 28c 50 2geII One unt of certain advances in steel wire you ii rrti nit have to pay Jt to 5c per rod higher if u HJ t until next spring to buy this fence But re tore positively withdrawn afterrrT prices Arc srJ FARM WAGONS AVe Pr ivr the strongest line on the market which nil rr t winter and desire to close out now on Itpiiil trrms or note due Aug 1 1007 c READY 1CA23X CliOTEUTG eMIVe mst Irv larrv anything Goods IeM HarJwarc Stoves Mens and Boys Suits and Mens and Boys Overcoats Sterling Brand strong line Bench Tailoredgarments prices until December 25 Our stock has 1been considerably reduced f but whenever we can fit you the price will sell you the garmentsDont let the opportunity pass without investigation of the matter your loss The unprecedented demand for Shoes Hats and umiihing Goods compelled to go to the market am and we are now fully prepared to take care of ur wants m these lines with an entirely fresh stock the up to now patterns a general you Gro Tinware melt hins Wash I ma Junes Harnessr a Special an its red saddlery Guns and Sporting Goods Cuttlery etc tag and Notions Jewelry etc We rFte your special attention to our holiday oodan lr ordially invite the public to visit the store nd npr t our stock We do not hesitate to assert lat you will find here the most complete line of and frtht latest pattern of imported queens art in the unlrv m regular stock complete line of holiday ooda including and embracing a collection of the test production Imported Novelties in the way of and planted quecnsware loga ware Mexican leath r Japanese ware Mocha goods end novelties Silver art Jewelry Medalions etc and hundred of other slicks too numerous to mention HOLIDAY GROCERIES1 Indics of all kinds Fruits Nuts Apples Oranges tad CranberriesIn fact anything you want w i retail New Orleans Molasses and Syrups Wet rage list of one of the beat houses in New Orleans Art in better position than any house in toe county r molasses and syrup at the prices Come see ullI NAYLOR MERCANTILE CO cay Kentucky of hWM 4 ++f++I +IIH4I THE A Sof E COLUMN 41111111 I tl 11 I I tl 11 ++JAMES H SAUNDERS FultonCountymeetas JrdThurlklay IontgomcryInd mCaycethe nucleus at Hazel Dow meets lit and 3d mEveryI tend those meetings By the timethii reaches our readers I hope every one who con tributed anything to our barbecue will have received his money If he wanted it Some very generously gave their money to the county union but others deetrod that their part should DC returned We made many efforts to get all the parties papers and claims together before wr succeeded But all this time tie money was secure In the farmers and Merchants Dank wader the I walcb care of our cautious treasurer I Goo B TbrefeoU No wit beta nd itg all hk efforts to pay off all just claims owe was sat presented until tbe Ant day of December However we hops all just claims sue raw paid sad we taws that the coo tributors wore entitled to sweaty lire cento ous the dollar of their con trUMittom Some thought that we would have trouble in fading the ctntrtbuiorsaHd returning the money to them ButtMsiaamiaUke When the ftdjMtMoot wta made the treas urer had only Ave persons to MUle with Wt rsBifrmd our part Wed nesday mommg and bf Muxiovo we had paid every HMW that signed our paper hit part I thick every owe could tad htf Mttkmtat easy to make for sack member of the corn mince would naturally aek contrl iMtlOM of hk aeighbers and rtomU or the mamttri of hit local union Thus is a itnc ropteeeoUlion of the 4 working of the A S of I whoa our organisation is complete which ought to he bIlite and of 1907 Sash member wilt report to the Secretary of his union just lily many Wolltof wheat corn sets rye appletl potatoes and etc he will have ready- for market m flve or ten days Theti local secretary will report to the county secretary the county secre tary to the dlvieion secretary and IfIi ncceetary the division secretary wtllb report to the natteoal secretary If we are properly organized theb great taM of the farmers will hold I these products until we got word from head quarters where they needed and who will pay the arcJJ mum price for them Some one that this will take an army of re porters tout he is badly mistaken Suppose each union has fifty mem bens and each county fifty unless How easy it will be for aCt v farmers to meet at the connty union and report to the local secretary his pro ducts About fifty counties in this state will be interested In the same I kind of products so not more than fifty county secretaries will report to the same day This Is not half so complicated as any of our railroad t and telegraph systems In the same way the labor union are already cooperating with the farmers division head quarters and report the demand I So you see he has the supply and demand reports both in his office The price is already set and published to the world Dont you see ourIstantly dumping our products on a I glutted market while other places I arc famishing and starving for the very things we are losing Allwe I need iU self confidence honest and capable leaders who have faith in I the work and are ready and willing to devote their time to the cause j The old year is almost gone Itr will soon be time to elect officers lor- I I the ntw year Let us all meet pay up our dues select our best men fir I delegates and let them select the I IiI best men for county state and nation al positions By this means we must succeed I Have you read the presidents message to Congress Did you ob I serve that he recommends closer re lations between the agricultural and industrial classes and organizatitn for the benefit of the farmer whose I y r y- I 1 JO J rwwf Christmas PresentsThat nro Hnth Beautiful and Useful Pharos more fun and jollitymore good times ChristmrnJ day nllof Yule tidu weakand for yours to cornoiu a gift of something substantial tool useful than in till tl 6 knickknacks over offered Mnoli depart mont IIIIB completed itH display nnd invites your inspection We have nrtioloH suitable for any and everybody A few suggestions to nsatHb you in making your Christinas purchases Why not buv what will ho npprccintocl 7 FOR LADIES Dressing Tables Fancy Dressers Fancy Chairs Fancy Rocking Chairs Music Cabinets Reception Chairs f c Princess Dressers Hall Bench Book Cases Davenports Etc IF DR ilENTLIeMIEN Morris Chairs Rockers Chif foniers Wardrobes Leather Rocking Chairs Couches Etc SUITABLE PJIBSHTNTS Library tables Sido Boards China Closets Llbrnry Casoa Ihiffets Suitoa Furniture Center tables In nat there are worlds of things suitable for uso as gifts yot coming wall within the range of furnishings which arc pormanent Hickman Furniture Cog i Incorporated c Everything in the Furniture Line Open every night until 830- I tJwelfare is of vital interest Our teachers our papers our bttt states men and even the president ef the tlcd Stats Is hegiming lo see the farmers must organise Did you notice the recommenda in regard to children Con grew is asked to stop so muck child labor and railroads will be askod to carrying articles manufactured child labor Can farmers chit drew have any legislation for tholr t p fiaris 4 l IJ Nightmares are trWcntly In the dark horse class Of two evils choose neither both will come home to roost Souse people wllh you welt outwardly aced otherwise Inwardly Its a wise boy who knows enough laugh at his fathers Jokes IItIIs well to Investigate an of well wont bear looking Into Distance lends cnehanlmcnt to the view of a friend who is always In need Some men arc as anxious to let into the limelight as others are to dodge It Manya socalled charitable man draws the line when It comes to buy- Ing his wife new clothes A woman seldom listens to a mans explanation yet It makes her angry If he refuses to offer one An Ohio map recently made a strenuous effort to drown his sorrow by pushing his mother io law Into the riverIf a girl can pass the thirtieth anniversary of her birth without be- Ing detected she begins to look upon the family record as ancient history Intelligence Is a virtue men will1 claim even if they do have very little of it Most women wish to be beautiful regardless of whether they have stage aspirations or net The world never feels very kindly toward the man who is always prod J2 Ii it J f ding it about its sins A mans character it often best teamed by a study of the mon and the plane he keeps nvoWlng You eta sever rightly judge of a mans Christianity by the amount 01I pew ret that he pays The brutal hearts arc those that hope and keep believing that their hopes are to be realised Men generally And little trouble in getting up taUrMt In the things I they ought not to investigate PoolMMtoM Is often nothing but a brand of wisdom that the majority of people Inn to 3ppreolateI Before you believe what a man tells you it Is a good thing to And out If he belicos In it himself Liberalism Is the recognition that you probably havent cornered all the truth there is in the world Progress k the result of nun being brave enough to go ahead regard leas of what the world may say about it There is generally Just about asI much room for missionary work at home as there is for proverbial charity 1 What Cotton Takes From Earth 1 An ordinary crop of cotton takes from the soil in one acre of ground more than 26 pounds of ehomfeal salts There is withdrawn from the earth nearly nine pounds of phew phone acid mere than sine pounds of potash more than a pound of sulphuric acid nearly two pounds of lime and over three pounds of tag nesia besides other salts Catarrh of the rose and throat should lead you to at least ask us for a trial box of Dr Shoops Catarrh Cure Nothing so surely proves merit as a real actual tetGOO Dr Shoop to prove this earnestly desires that we let you mak that test This creamy Snow White healing balm soothes the throat and nostrils and quickly purifies a foul or feverish breath Call and Investigate All Dealers The Yazoo Mississippi Valley- Is the title of a new pamphlet now ready for distribution and published by the Illinois Central Railrotd Company It describes In detail the roscurces and possibilities of the richest valley in the United States For aCne copy address the undersigned at Manchester Iowa J F Marry General Immigration Agent iHickman Lumber rxc Planning Mill CoITHE PLACE- TO BUY LUMBER 1 We have Pine ceiling flooring and framing Pop lar and Cypress sidingii and finish Pine Cypress Oak Gum and Maple flooring r We carry also a full line of doors 1 andwindows shingles paper roofing Lamptons guaranteed paint Rought lumber of all kindstBetter get our pricescome see usphone 135 t iJ 4 JjGlickman hi Realtu Co lac4 Buy and Sell Real Estate 1Buildand Rent Houses If you are looking for a Real Estate Investment COME AND SEE US If you went to buy a lot to build or want a home on easy payments COME AND SBK US IJTiiiWe offer on reasonable terms the following Real state For Sale One New Dwelling Desirably located on the hill in one of the best neighbor hoods in town Has five rooms reception hall and a porch bath room and water closet with hot and cold wa ter Good cellar and base meat Electric iifhta WILL SELL OR REVIT TO GOOD TENANT One 5Room House On the hill adjoining the above Five rooms halls front and back porches bath room and water closet with not and cold water Electric lights cellar and basement One House 4 Lots In East Hicknan now oocu pod by good rant Will soil at a bargain s 19 Houses and Lots In West Hickrn 11 rent to good paving rants bIeelof theee re nor just Have had from TO rirncsy applica tiers for each house before completion These houses will pay MO IXTBRBST on the investment Will sell singly or as a whole on rea- Dable terms 50 Good Lots In West Hiokman We of fer these in any way want L AreLl houses here cannot be filled goodtenants partieswanting ensytermsments One Choice Lot Desirably located one block from College An excellent location to build a home Farm Lands 200 Acres Fine Land In the bottom about 125 acres deadened and all could 4 be easily cleared Will sell cheap i 160Acrc Farm In bottom Fine land No better in the bottom About 60 acres cleared Good i houses and good tenants Will sell this cheap COME AND SEE US I W 8 Ellison Manager I r TTYYTTTVTYYTYYYTTTTTYYYTTV TIT BITS AND GLEANINGS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe gusted when she finds a man whose feet are as slender as her own Cultivate initiative The times are ripe for the strong the original man Be yourself do oct imitate Fried oysler and quail season is on hi full and the annual domestic trouble begins with the dyspeptic If Eve was like the average Jwom an Adam has to raise a row if he got more than the oere of that celebrated apple It is said tears improve the eye sight The result will be sad to contemplate when the fact beoemos generally known The new way k net always tne better one after all Machine made piss dont compare with those mother ueed to make If you want to tost the nerve of UM fully smack him right hard on the cheek and tee hew ejotok he wtMsaow the yellow The smooth otekd k saw to be legal tender bat youd have to argue a long time to convince some strut car oondncwfe that it k Jut for the seektof can there be found a WI beweh of sweetnees m life bit theres a chance that the other fellow will boat you to it The Mew York 400 crowd handles marriage on the department store plant If you dont like your purohare you can oxehangc it SeeNot sutfeffed with Uoklnff the liar pooa into Ute re 4 cu tfie railroads are now i oroMhlnOM the right of- the only heretofore really free olase of American citizens by bonding anew style of box car with no hanging brake beams Tide is truly the Halt The way to hasp cool to bed remarks an axohongc lito go lobed with a calm allltl planes mind That would be easy if the Kroeery Mite and teat were rot due To have beautiful bedtimeavelvetlike lips apply at light coating of Dr Snoops Green Salve Then ran morning notice carefully the elect Dry cracked or colorless lips mean feverishness nod arc as well ill appearing Dr Shoops Green Salve is a soft creamy healing ointment that will quickly correct any skin blemish or ailment Get a free trial box at our store and be convinced Largo Guns Jars 2Scts AU Dealers Mrs Lucy Ckatfl agc4 t7 died at her home Dor JMt Wit weekIf StaICPrevlntsacandyTabletwill check on approaching acid or La grippe When you first catch cold or feel it coming ontnke Dr prosapttfect supplytion Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by AH Dealers The religious forces of Hlckman have about completed arrangements for a great union revival meeting to be conducted by Evanglist Kates somettme during the coming month Rev Kates is one of the finest preachers in tile South THATS IT 1 II1 spasmsandwell If you will only try a bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup ycur putIt Pulmonarydiseases youat your druggist 25c SOc DrugStorei According to the American Manufacturer the coal deposits of North America are estimated to contain nearly as much as those of Europe or 681000000000 tons but even this gigantic figure Is completely dwarfed by Asias wealth of coal as to which it is at present impossible to make an even approximate esti mate M Ross and family of near town will leave for Memphis this week to reside Indigestion nwni4 t J but Ip rfnt A n 1 a tto f u i ve 1r1 taint of I in w n1 ii i i rrtlnm rat MMMM fttill r Ir Imi nolrI ol a cwuta tCia rvckti iiliie cM H WM 111 Uwt n rrt enmflljr M Dr she- tIb1tvNn Sof thll norl Very FM3n- kHwdrDt QLy1 ararlll fWt- Ie u Tk MTTM l w t IpM M M1 end = W out tart arlelI w1 101101 II sll IIIgIF1IakwMn rirt 14- rarwIm laneIMrtlnebhoallt d ailm r Ilan tft I MtIPM Iff atEtalau tU d Wnw dMdo Dr Shoops RestorativeALL DEALERS i Suit for Fifteen Cent A spacial froM Dresden says that an unusual case was heard to circuit court there involving only fifteen cents It appears that flush Mob erte a joetice of the peace tf Ute Wflh Dbtrtet bamed A civil warrant alt J T Burton of UK same county for a man named nVnns who wanted to coNeot a MItt tam Bnr ton When the wanut watt unwed ht pmced Ute style of the rotor upon Me docket and to whom the wsurant VM Mood When tIN orcollectod the debt and coM hi tJWct ad ISo tar the jutttee for dfcttu g the oem Dutton demnodtd It hack and RsAartt Mused to pny H and he bnttgM tfor U The taM TM trW before a justtot of the pout and hold that the 1ft was atl lowRbk oust and taxed InrtM with UM frosts Dutton apptc4 to the circuit court and upon a JtCLr1ttc ofr Ute out Judge MaMM MeM that K herb wee not entitle to the 1 sand c revered UK dtditea et the JU doc of th t peace and tax II Sfuire XcHcrtc with the rear anbertsI prayed an appeal to the apnmet wart and If the we k talcoa up ii- tat be the firM of Ms Mnd ever iinI the wniwue court from that ccanty- IARLY TO BXO and early to run makes ootbcaltr nappy and win especially U youI tate Heroine before risking A CoMUpIIiaaD1pI I Mrs S Columbia Tan wrfcea I always kop a supply of yew pleotdIiUI I and all liver complaints that wards cant ezprtos my apprecmttM Good roads will lend to the gene 1 imofovtmant of the sountrysWc The farmer who drive to and fc0 Iowa over a ipaoteus smooth well cared toT road will uocooscicMfily come to e4eteortsperut 4 J1fnvc mints in die maaagoment and opts v tion of threfarm STirVTC ST AIIlI 1 r I 4tll LIVERY FBBO an 1 SA 5 I I I I t I Splendid serve reasonable prices Ptif No 104 PilJ HEARSL 500 G1tt 1 Ldfor4 aye Groc riesJ I H rdwareJ csietanc1 Feed Store Cent I I cOFFEES and SANOORNS TEAS I rN r Luzellc Items Will Marshall was In Luielle IMr Mr A L Bfcdgor killed a nice 1lot l t bola today Luck to the Carter may It con tmue to have success Mr J H Bftritorraailen business trip to lain last week MrIDudleys Infant boy Is seriously 111- Mrs Glrtle Brown h quite sick and has bun for twf ef1ffee weeks L W Perry Iis quite siak Grover u clerking In the store while his father is stole Tom Purler is about through gathering his crop boating all of us alike Bmrah for Tim Mrs L L Perrywife of W G Perry k quite sick thlweok Dr Curium Is the Attending physician A large portion M the ootten is still In the MA yet t harRis are same awl bard M lit Cotton ptakfcg IIs TSo per twadred Mr Coop Bnulshav was In our town yesterday ttt tell some nice hop to W G Perry oar eaurpris tog Merchant timepiece to rosy goods and tell hop Mrs Stove and daughter Shelley have ham dangerously sick for a long time but we are glad te report I althugbIthey are rosy low yet The weather fe Hue at this writing but by the time this Is printed R may not be I mmml tell gist the farmer are very busy gathering onto amt Picltng cation Mr and Mme J 0 Lteeh are belt at tsmeit old heirs Ilit the bottom this sock ttbteolling tt the mused of hk IMS T other btMbMsi laumu Wt cuffed to fctft Mcs LeeIhlfil hrt gtui aim k a frjte4 to UK shell ael dllwv t AVfcat boUsr mkjiim CIaO Mf ass I on t tkfcoBtthfiiisiH a r el if Courier a ewr iIi of R roods toe 1 selk w Hkio II oaks me list Mite owing book again to tsMfrie IIIkMfi rthe firmer ae I take the stall oc the Cesrier to ot Wfcen tke Conrior mjrs we nee better roasts that is only a feeV way toioxpren our nom of bitter roads as aU food armors creabwutt wRltoMify W1 all the good friends of the farmers motorists would jofa la with in iid kelp u lr hotsmr highways Wp have mjur at 411ii CHILDRIKS- farerite l isle 1= Whites Cream Ver mifuge tae ie for worms and all ohlldrens seam It net only kills mucusrnests It action on the child is mild and eves him in a healthy oouduto Joe Daniel Surmac T wars that fie gave one of his c t Yhites Cream Vermifuge colicIs1 7J worms Sold by Cow IoUS Drug Store and Helm Elli1 horn coalIy Jrie price 1 pdo uy n let and Coal J ci i m inls issue Taleplair J + Through Sleepers and Dinhig CMS- irTWEEN St Louis and Mobile SI Louis and New Orleans I Uk tar ticket il1 M Jk e ital I t Does What Other Stoves FailtoDo amtIn t every locale there u A room that the tat front tie other ttoTea or lurnsce rallt r reach It uuy Ijq a Wtn- the weather i leone lanais n connection It may be a cold ltrllwy- ter K in what last of the housewhothcr r hallway it can soon be nude snug and coiv t PERFECTIONOil EqnlMMcd with Smokeless nester wl liMttr the PerfectionUnlike rwdtnuy g- atIwuyv Pint anal Imoat U U U lMtclr Mf turn the wick too UigU or too low Gtss aMen c u It h LJsite ur stneti Ireaunsv egrtppel It CII Can be Bully carrie l frwm room to mom As r to operate as A Limp OrtatnenUl as well M w Mile to two fianhernkket awl laplu lfntw111- hesuttfuny i embuwl UItI 4 quit ef oilawl tm hour ThereitMlMtitfaciion IH TerfreUeM Otl Mr Ihery heater warrant If not at your dealer wnt nearest agency for detcriptive drcmUr The hIII hItot Lamp IMtRjyo fltr orMM OftHiMt rtlM- Ilpromltrr nr Ca1 bna thraert sail A41N s swum 101 f r Hksq dItaepwrirrlal nM 11f + Nrl wrtie toutsrrt se- 5TANaAMn OIL COMPANY lerprrte rThe HICIMJIN BlXK pleased to place at the disposal ot its customers the facilities trained during twenty years of continu ous service and grog thVvv tttiJti LUMBER l St Au Blissll la I Iimi rf illlltl 1I lime t irIrlDlt- imittihll t 18 We Both Lose Money ff You Dont Buy Your Lumber of L Dont forgot to lot us figure on your muintake prices to nmko trndo Its uj Hickman Lumber Planning Mill Cf mac IMPORTANT 1 Christmas Flowers It 1s very important that ycu order your Cu 1 We have a complete line j prices quoted on applictti Long distance Phone 223 Jacob Schulz The Florist LOUISVILLE ICY Largest Grower of Cut Mowers and Plants south of t I rc CUMBERLAND IELEP10NE TtLL II- Ox w1 nwwl tnlophonrthisj anywhoro In Southorn Indiana Sot Illinois Kentucky Tonnessoo Missis and Louisiana Wo can put you In qi I withIWo solicit your pntroniiKO Rates roaE1 able Equlpmonts and facilities un passadI LCLANO HUMS t VrMtdnut 11 L I 1 U TT