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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l AAlI AI AA- ii irn + rr THE HIeNMAN eOURIERrm that Pull II Commercal WiJlJII up the flail Ouccess The Courier t a Spdnkn Good Team Grease the of Your Wagon Old Man end Lets Hitch Up IITDDIT HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 11 1907LIWHOLE NO 2181 REDTlE TEAK 1899 JIlL w1l1 == y- L After=Season Clearance 1 Reductions of YoungMenstt is clearing and many i1 man and boy will take advantage of this rutt opportunity to get a the are so large much In fact stylish dependable Suit or a Pair of Trousers at a savinglarger thanhr une jiwvn j they should be at this time profits arc niir iu 4 j rininedLt PFIJCES ErOiiiTI Convnaht by Hart Schaflncr 6 Marx r 11 I I j n l r L r I7 xOf + h Near Jordan lay Mrs Chas IM in the otmntry lied after a Jlng r lady leaves n buss Mile children to BUS a mothers core in a little house on tenants however t financially In very lIrl i and as a oon uull neighbors oamc to stet the mothers wt sister with four was compelled to take ones making twelve Jo iulf the husband wIt- or his sister to help Tply came from Middle dry Roberts one of on has been solicit from friends in the clothing Such acts i fmpu by the spirit of the best Impulses lure Mrs Hardy Ligon ens bride and groom Mr 1 Bondutant at dinner 4r It was a sumptuous affair prepared especially as a com pHment to the guests Besides the family there wers present Mr and Mrs John Bell Mrs Mamie Watts Mr and Mrs Chas K Llgon and MIll Victoria Bomlurant of Htokman Union CIty ComiMrcial During the year 1907 Iwnl be I found in the Clothing Dept of the well known firm of Baltser Dodd where I will be pleased to meet my friends and customers will also have the agency for MoEwens Steam Laundry of Nashville Tew the largest and host laundry rcprej scaled in HIckman Your pajron age solicited J H Millet I Now frUml dont you think you have borrowed the Courier long enough Your neighbor of course accommodates you and loans it to you THh a good grace because you have the extreme limit of nerve an j I gall to ask for it but he gets tired of it after awhile and thinks you ought to subscribe so do we Mrs Bonner Cavitt ofSt Louis has been visiting her mother In law Mrs B II Cavitt on Troy Avenue AU 11199 time toot Phenomenal BargainsRead r Come tale your pick of Suits and Overcoats broken lots odds and ends markedatSuits that sold for Suits that sold for Suits that sold for 50O to 850 now 850 to 1250 now 1250 to 1500 now 350 500 750 Overcoats Too Overcoats that sold for Overcoats that sold for Overcoats that sold for 550 to 750 now 850 to 1050 now 1050 to 1500 now 4 00 6008i9 Fine Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Included Nothing need be sold about the quality and style of these cloths Their high standing IIs known to every man We have only six suits and two overcoats left and in order to make a complete clearance offer you choice for 135 Extraordinary Reductions on Boys Clothes i Weve built uj a large IHWHOM on boys clothing by selling hlgh grade merchandise at fair prices In order to clean pwe arc wilting to pocket a loss and at each of the prices youll find extraordinary bargains 125 179 249 295 345 425 i SMiTH 6 eAEBERG Hickman Kentucky+ L 6 ll1li= uul our Printing Office Hints Never send articles for publication without giving thy name for thy name often secures publication of a worthless article Thou shouldst not rap at the door of a printing office for he that hear cth thee rap sneereth in his sleeves and looseth time Thou shouldst never read the copy on the printers onse sharp and honked container thereof or he may knock you down Never inquire of the editor the news for behold It is his business to give It to to thee at the appointed time without asking for it It is not right that thou should ask him who is the author of an article for jt is his duty to keep such things to himselfWhen dost enter his office take heed of thyself that thou dost lheednot for that is not meet in the sight of good breeding Neither examine thou the proot sheet for it is not ready to meet thine eye that Ihou mayest understand Prefer thine own town paper to any other and If ttsou bait not al ready done so subscribe for it im mediately Pay for It In advance and it will be well with thee and thine Death of Mrs Latimer Mrs Mamie Latimer wife of W H Latimer died Dec 29 1906 of consumption at the homestead near Beech The deceaset- was AS years of age and leaves foes children as follows Mary Etta Smith Wallace and another little one There are also a husband mother and brother left to mourn he deathMrs Latimer has been a sufferer and an Invalid for many months Last fall Mr Latimer look her to Pueblo Colo and for a time she gave signs of improvement failing however more recently until she was brought home a few days ago Mrs Latimers maiden name was Miss Wade She was reared in the country west of Union City and be came In childhood a member of theJ Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Beech and was faithful and devotedI to her family her friends and her religion y y The funeral was conducted by Revs Johnson and Hudgins and the remains interred at Bsech Union City Commercial Mrs Latimer was the wife of Mrs Ben G Hales brother of Hickman Mix Thiat Home madeImixture iis said to readily reliever and overcome any form of rheuma team by forcing the kidneys to filter from the blood and system all the uric acid and poisonous waste mat- r ter relieving at once such symptoms as backache weak kidneys and bladder and blood diseases Try it as it doesnt cost much t make and is said to be absolutely harmless to the stomach Get the following harmless ingrc dients from any good pharmacy i Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspooafull after each meal and again al bedtime This simple mixture Is said to give prompt relief and there a- very zti few cases of rheumatism and IIII-F s Poatttvclq Homoo Print ul Overcoat marked or following Saturday IKidney trouble it fails to cure per manentlyThese are all harmless everyday drugs and your druggist should keep them in the prescription department j Iif not have him order them from the wholesale drug houses for you rather than fail to use this if you are afflicted Leave that laundry at Smith Atnbergs store for Frank Smith and I you will get the work to suit you The best steam laundry If that is a true story about a Chicago lunatic imagining that he is r an automobile L is to be hoped the i toaprovide him with some smelling salts The sneer of Henry James about American slang conveying no mORn ing merely shows that he is jealous ol his own reputation as a orypto granutic and entangled English Never attempt to mix the oil of eloquence with the water of poor argument WANTEDA good horse at a reasonable price Lon Robertson O t Iw JD III I J=r- J ==pq 1 Id- t W I II I S OUR ANNUAL t 1 i i JANUARY CLEARING SALEI Dress Goods Shirt Waists and Of Clothing Overcoats Cloaks Furs Skirts MILLINERY Sl In order to make room for new Spring Goods which we are receiving daily We will start Saturday morning continuing for two weeks our Annual January Clearing Sale of all Winter Goods of the above linesevery item goes at less than cost to manufacture today FOR CASH ONLY at these prices f irLadies Cloaks At these prices it will pay you to buy for next I winter rLp 1500 Clooks for cash l v 998 rgr 1250 Cloaksu U 865 7 and 650 u 425 450 and 350 u 298 Misses Wraps age 8 to 14worth 350 and 300 for cash 235 450 and 400 Misses Cloaks for310600 and 500u u u 395 rrChilds Bear Skin 1 Cloaks age 1 to 6 years regular price 300 tow 600 now forw225 to 395 All the above are this seasons goods IL Mens and Boys Overcoats At big reductions in prices Better lay in one of these for next winter 1650 and 1500 Overcoats cut to 1100 cash 1250 Overcoats cut to 875u850 ua 575uL 7 50u u 498u 6004r r 425u Boys Overcoats ages 7 to 14 years worth 250 to 750 cut to 125 to 425 CHildrona Ovorrnatit APR 3 to 6 350Rndl I1 w 300 coats forM 237 400 and 450 Coats for 325 1 1 r = = ed THE HICKMAN COURIER E T BE1LE W 0 8PEEB J 0 BEXTON Editor ua rprhtor ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR V CASH IN ADVANCEI Entered at the llwUnmn KentMky potIlotfhiR UM MMwait cUuw wait mailer =ca7 Friday January 11 1907 El Reno Okla Doc 27Race feeling is at white heat and threats of lynching are heard on every hand as a result of an assault committed on Mrs T Clifford wife of prominent physician this afternoon by a negro soldier of the twentyfifth Infantry News Item This is the infantry of negroes that shot up the town of Brownsville Tex recently and the brutes that have actually attained the sympathy of some of our northern brethren The President discharged the troops li lessly condemned the Presidents act But of course this was for politicall purposes and that only not a sym pathetic feeling for the negro A 4r nigger paper in Boston says the negroes should be commended foi doing what they did And it is jusl such fools as this nigger editor II who demoralize the negro rare more than any other existent circumstance The State Treasury January 1st showed a balance on band of 1486 91646 The Courier will appreciate the names and addresses of your visitors when you have anyand it is your duty too as host to see that they are not overlooked There is no impropriety whatever in reporting your visits and visitors as some are led to believe through false modesty Phone No J1or flag a Courier reporter anywhere any old time During the last few days Judge James Breathitt of Hopklnsville has been deluged with letters and tele gram urging him to accept the Re publican nomination for governor of Kentucky It seems that he has only to say the word and receive the nomination The biggest fool you know of is the young fool who tries to act an old fool A certain class of newspaper men assert that a farmer is the most in dupendent taut on earth and that w Ladies Furs On account of tho mild winter pro luivo u largo stock of theso loft HO will nwko hig reductions to oleixn them up 800 and 850 Ladies Ftirs525 050 nnd GOOaa 4 25 500 nnd 150u 3 75 850 and 300II 2 25 250Ie 1 08 200 nnd 176 IV 1 35 760CI 55 Boys Knee Pant Suits Ale 5 to 15 years All this seasons stock at Bid Out in Prices I Bop 250 Suits now II 1 98 300 I 2 10 11 350 2 35 Ie iOO L 2 75 It 150 3 25 II 500la 3 85 Ladies and Misses Skirts this lino wo wish to discontinue Wo have n good assortment both blnck nnd colors worth 250 to X10 choice of any Shirt in tho houso lit 5Q i Per Cent Off Regular Price A tow Ladies Shirt WnistH worth 150 nnd 125 your ohoico now only 89c he has nothing to do but to enjoy life That when winter comes and the blizzards on the wing he toasts his feet in the oven and reads the local newspaper and the only thing that disturbs him is a call three times a day to a banquet of mince pies and other luxuries It is a mistake The industrious farmer begins work long before the sun gets up With his soul shrouded in gloom he proceeds to build a fire and soften his boots with a sledge hammer He then takes a lantern and shovels his way to the barn and feeds the hogs It is then time to feed the newly arrived calf which seems to delight in butting a pail of milk over the toller of the soil until he needs only to be stamped to pass for a package of oleomargarine He crawls through a barbed wire fence and digs the hay out of the snow feeds the sews cleans the stables gathers up the frozen chicks chases a stray pig doctors a sick horse freezes his fingers gets kicked by a mule and when the gloaming comes and quietness broods over all the earth he has a single half hour to meditate and wonder how he will pay his taxes The prosperity of a town is not guarded by the wealth of its inhabj lants but by the uniformitywith which they pull together when any important undertaking is to be ac complished A man with a thou sand dollars at his command and a love for his town in his heart can do more for the upbuilding of it than the millionaire who locks up his cap ital and snaps his fingers at home progress It seems to be moving time R E Kelley one of Fulton coun tys safe and sane men advocates a tax of lOc on the hundred dollars to be applied on the roads of this coun ty Now that sounds like good common horse sense to us Theres nothing else of the same cost adds so much to the attractive ness of a town nothing else gives such an air of prosperity and IhrHt of comfort and content as the good repair and neat appearance of build ing and fences and generallywell kept up premises A few dollars spent byway of paint and a little time spent now and then fixing up toning up and keeping things In or der has a most wonderful effect and a store of satisfaction Great and Imposing edifices era not nee Is j n J Woolen Dress Goods Aill Woolen Drew Goods iiiohnlud In UMM Ie t oxcQptblnok and white wool goods 58 in Waterproof regular boo now 42c 53 in Broadcloth ten now r0- M8 in Broadcloth 126 and 100 now 82c 27 in Wool Triout 27Jo now 20c 42 in Wool Crnvonott 75o to Sfjo now 58c 80 in Wool Panama Cloth OOo now 40c rill Fancy Weavo Dress Good 86 in worth null GOO for cash only lOc GO in Wool Plaid Skirting rag 126 now 82c 60 in Gray Wool Suiting 116 and 100 now 82c Mens Suits 1 Lot odds and ends one and two suits of a kind this seasons goods worth 1250 to 15 00 to close out for cash 0 08 1 Lot Suits worth 10 and 12 cut to 7 08 Also another lot Suits worth 6 to 10 to clean up these suits we make the price 5 98 nillinervChoice of Ladies and Misses Hats at SO IE e r Cent Off Regular Price t I L LSalter Doddsj commendableli cmry to beauty and attractiveness We know of tome humble cottages yet are so enveloped in neatness and tidiness of all things round about we never look on them but we arc reminded it must be pleasant to be there A buggy abandoned in the mire on the public road may be seen near Poplar Grove Church A sad show ing for Fulton county roads Gen tlemen hew long will you stand for such as this- FultonI roads County needs better public Woodland Mills Miss Zola Bradley returned from a pleasant visit to Rush Creek Sun dayMiss Annie Ferguson after a pleasant visit to Miss Era Ferguson of Obion returned home Wednesday parentsMrSundayLittle and Mrs G B Burrus is very ill of scarlet fever The Woodland Telephone Com pany met last Wednesday and elect ed new officers for the year One dozen new phones have been added I u to the list Miss Vera Thomas w of Miss Curlin Sun I4 G B Brasfield wbu to leave the train Monl and was hurt seriously Miss Nan Threlkrii w Satuaday to be the yV Robert Beavers of Lit the coming month Mr and Mrs Lie Ma i tamed a few of their Friday night The ho w rated with holly and fen yr log contest was the fed evening The prize aVst y picture frame was wirRy Nannie Shaw Frappe ow t in the hall and refreshn Jjr late hour Clinton Merchant Assigns Hunt Slnglelary for a leadingololhingmerchantmade l du W T Walker for the bit LJ r creditors whom he says 18000 He says his to Including his residence 11IIJ 12000 The failure w general surprise SchoolI began in the l Wit district near Cayce last Ir Miss Annie Ballcw Is teach Y TT1T1TT r Hickman Lumber Planning Mill Co I I Pine framing Pop Cypress Pine Cypress floor IMMTBTItaTHE V of doors and roofing Lampions Rough lunilt r of all Better get our price phone 135 DWIULND i C I ng dlstnnoo linos nnd telephones of onnblo you to talk almost In Southorn Indlnnn Southern MOISJ Tonnossoo MississIppi 1 Loulalnnn Wo onn put you In quicki waUufnotory oommunlontlon with tho of this gront aootlon of tho country d V 1M lIolt your pntronago Rates ronson Bqulpmontfl nnd facilities unour sed I LWItC t WLr I r I Kitchen Plumbing I I sJ plumbing in the kitchen is a matter of great importance I rA a heakh depends on the uruUry condition cutting in liltI j all oral iit prepared Oldfdiioned sink with doted 7 Ire itJQlftS plates for vermin nwulinc and dirt which bring I j t i at ilneu- l I l ttx 4umlnng of your kitchen iit old uruizhuV and unliedI 1 i i IJ4e you a price on installing a mow while i8t hl rP 1 IAMneted sink with open plumbing Our prices are rca 1 T M ork Jigll eLm and what yeuiuy for this modem kitclirn r nay uve you in doctor Cotton cAdamsIII Plumbers and Tinners Jerry Malone will iity u tecate Mr nude a contract as n in the house of- ft Hagncwtod Co- Llt excellent people lion Qty heretofore ore to the neighbors I their return will be Holeowe welcome merciall HIKI l WORLD Mallards Snow Llu- inod prtmlnent part fOr or for Rheumatism r ts sprains and all try It and you willI Anybody who has Snow Liniment is a t what it does Buy aI 5e i SOD and 100 i ills Drug Store and Ofl I c r wldra Iod those of long ago went to school he read I the tint reader some ls See the cow Is II- ImI the cow not run ns 1 brsCI canII butIi ate reading of It by the PLACE LUMBER ceiling siding and Maple carry windows Company whero Kontuoky 1plc money tJi1II I average kid is Gee get on to de DewIsnt she a beaut Shes ofI corkerCan de cow get a move onII herself You bet she kinCan she i hump It like de hoe Nit t she aint In It id de hDSIII The old Missouri Hoedown and a few other Owrk specialties will be teen in The Missouri Girl at Opera House Jan 16 I The Hloiunan Hardware Companyso soIsbetween their store and the one recently occupied by the Ellison Bros grocery department for about ten feet from the front door and will consolidate the two rooms for their business Their business has grown to such an extent that they are forced to do this to accommodate theta im mense stocky They will use the new room for their harness and buggy department while the other will be I used for the hardware An When peachcheeked daughters look at some of the lobactro chewing untidy reprobates who let ma build the morning fires and then sit around all day and cuss the government j they must think that either men were awful scarce 50 years ngo or the buxom girls of that period were too in tender hearted for their own good I j 80TH WINK ANDION Tho choirmaster of St Thomas followingAn pariahwhoroI wire scarce After the morning service tllnturbyandtheprollIetwithhidlKuoslNol etlmu1tntthemore an was good for him and whoa it c time for wlittleFicemore and more until as ho gut u nnnowHo the final hymn ho all in mumhIhymn 88 1fl II The lark of the parish front hisI scat in front of the pulpit w ponlUYour rcvunmee thore are not no many hymns in Us bookIWith a finalIIeffort thw dorm I titlMtlhon slung all Ihuro are I I cnlhtpsadOI UNDERTAKE A Ntnate funeral dfreolor of Hudson comity N J stands u- be pi counted as against the Under era Fruit In a meumlng bond proclamation he 11Ial loingTM Undertakers Trust is still trying to whip me into liMO but the man or body of men that can CalmI me into a MSHHIIC to charge wxor biiant prkwn has yet to IMI Is Wtat right has anybody to oh 400 Qr BOO per lent for funorol sup illlllOlIlIn COUltWoC IlCrm day 1 I pofitivcfjr give as goodi It not a bettor casket at W as that for ty I 05 undertakargutaMyIDill jping to put an end to this sya of skjMraping bills if IIliu in 10 dlattcmptmaking money at that we are notce in busfnoM fur lave- RECKLESSNESS H OF PARTRIDGES on An extraordinary partridge ii from i IndonIl4dlngine s partridgedWl and broke two panes of glaw but warn secured before doing further dam age It iis supposed they were tie with ing pursued by a hawk no be 104lingPartridges look backward I injuredkilledernelocal J time ago a partridge dashed into the thick lookout gloss of an engine on The tho Great Kostorn railway near lily and actually smashed it while i tiiis bUInoand Norfolk for thorn to fly t NoChao railway carriages COFOILEDI after a 100 sus eral Dlnklo Say I want to toll youI mething my hUh boy cot ort yc terdayIluGerCut It Mt old man are Hoard It before My fay cot It off a week ago GET TOO FAMILIARWe ourWilybecome personally acquainted I more of tho voters 1ItoI dont know that its always a 32 good plan answered Senator Sorghum i Sometimes too extended a I If personal acquaintance merely 1puts office holder in the position of being perpetually CIOMcJlllllinltlIe LIMITED SPACE ale a always keep the ahlldcs of gripingI our flat drawn during tho day alivThatsthem in tho morning and allow U- to tern able remain that way purse Oh but whoa Ute sunshliw comes Lax it uaiiM tM fat I MU so crowd eL10cw ia eta LoIforI Rand1I Q Grocerill Bardi wareJ Frash KeatsI unoaDWt w cd tore Qglniwas s CHASE A SAMOAN COFFEES and TEAS hisJanuary 1906 Following is a brief review of h penings in January a year ago j inEasier monetary conditions de oped During the closing moot i 1905 the call money rate touched 125 in New York Stock market very irregular makingkrtt paemlrealizing sales coos g weakness the latter part President called for information concerning relations between Penn ylvan and Baltimore and Ohio and other rords dominated by it largege1 bondsforJacob H Schif in an address at 1mcetlnltdeclared money market con ditions which had prevailed for six days a disgrace and unless daycur rency system was reformed a pools ConremnImperial Dank of Russia raised its roles rem 7 to 7 12 per nt and later to 8 per cent Overwhelming victory of LiberalU party IIn Great Britain without elleclborrow affairs IrryI grciSouthern Cotton Association reott solved to reduce acreage 25 per etvalueplanters to hold CrderForeign exchange market opened easy tone and rates lower but became generally strong interestotang the union A S of EareThe Rees Lee sank at Ttplonv i ills loaf was lost but no lives you Mobile Ohio depot at Oakton of Davis colored was given 21 yeas in the penitentiary in Circuit at Hickman within 48 houraarj he had killed another negro crap game over 10 centscoDog tax ordinance passed by city and plcouncildlDradleyjntheirahCensusj sai showing 3445 an increase of over our per cent since the national cen in 1900WliCapt Tyler was appointed Gen Commanding Forrests Cavalry dew CorpsCayce business houses burned of W J UIgas explosionbu blue Barred Plymouth Rock Poul inIIn- We bane have on hand more lock tthan care to carry itwe cant sell price we will sell at yours Now ofwith pure year Come and seeghJennje V McClure Troy Ave cine ills you are Constipated dull 10bUlous1complexionwhat they will do for you Lax I iare little toothsome Candy tab Oc- tletsnice to eats nice in effect No no pain Just a gentle lax 13000 e effect that is pleasingly desir Handy for the veal pockettoracreage Laxeis meet every desire ela SoIUbograplledats a T Tyler in Washington 1R following bit of Washington may be of some interest to our readers although a week old It was crowded out last week tangleInTennessee has been passed up to war department officials by R T Tyler of Hickman Ky president of slate levee board of the Reel districtWhen Capt Connors of the U S engineering corps let contract work in the Reelfoot district Mr Tyler bid on two sections and after contracJheh work Under the terms of the con tract Capt Connors it seems was to exercise a sort of supervisory trol over the work Later Mr Tyler asked permia to put enough men and teams to x c J theapMississippi river in 1907 as the high water of twI damagehot I Iit is said would not agree to this x14i upon Mr Tyler sought petmt onweaL to delay commencement of the con tract until 1908 Capt Conners again objected urging that the be delayAbout ddle t j section was completed but C J Connors has refused to accept work until the levee shall have bTtied at one end The levee nowI stands at Mr Tylers risk It claimed that the contract provl deldjW the acceptance of the work w Dfeet was finished Mr T mappealed to the secretary ot war relief and an opinion is expected A bill passed the lower house of gress in December authorizing national banks to lend money to the farmers to 50 per cent of the valua lion of their lands Why should not land owners have the right to money on lands free from encumbrances Stocks fluctuate more value than lands Lands are as so good a boats to borrow money as the a- lItreet railroad or manufacturing Lands are now lower in than they will ever be and of this period for all time lands will enhance in valuation An Editors Appeal My friend help the editor in hisThomas wild eyed search for news When and your friends come to set you if you not ashamed of It tell h tnThe when your wire gives a tea party IfD have recovered from the effectsW the gossip drop in with the neWlof when a baby arrives fill your pocket with cigars and call if you go to anot party steal some of the good thin leavcthem with the item in Insanctum If your wire licks you In and let us see your scars tender sympathy through the the if your motherinlaw has ney d dont be bashful about it give all the commonplace news Ined whatever makes you feel p rotc lonesome or glad submit hurt 24 boast wisdom and see our matted lock part and stand on endIn gratitude which will pour from every pore like moisture from the besprinkled earth- THE JOY living is to have good health Herbine and you will have of joy Ycu need not be you fretful and have that bad tastezel your moth Try a bottle of HerIC a positive cure for all liver complaints E Harrell Austin or- t Texas writes have used Herbine for ov and and find it a fine regulator Ipure recommend it as a fine medi from for Dyspepsia Sold by Cow rich Drug Store and Helm arid Elli skin Whom it May Concern it was in Gulfport Miss from 18lh to Nov 1st and found a- wthprosperous town of 7 years old Balm treeI 30 miles of elec tro1trleland and town lots liltedD I tt there deIIcome and see me and I will give all a history of It 28tf J p Brown 3 1 HT You nunS O- fRUMAGO Tb MMlldo That MAKES RHEUMATISM M- ItI you haDO luicat tbenUUAOO Ie no curf li hut ft pcotfle Internal cure lor hurtfllit stomachsapd w will Mil you OM bottle for M tellUo 011 yourfor1lT SWAYNEII Kentuckys The Landslide in Hickman C0DHickman has experienced an un usual aslionTtiearkplace in the street opposite the residence of Mr Gent Naylor which has heretofore given so much trouble xtthehave been having for the past two ptacere 11st of the former named place has sunk again both places cutting the side walk Into the latter to such an Irexterlt as to render the walk useless the sunken place leaving a hole six barpllctherender the walk useless he property between Moulton and Carroll streets just north of Mr J Blands and which was recently ThenThomas experienced a calamity beforeyfoknownanyI property nn the hillside and r the hill very steep The rains so saturated the earth that it began to slip and the entire front yard fence trees and the entire hill slipped down down down The first morning after the slide it was thought that it would stop when it got to Carroll street but the next day proved this supposition not to be for It slowly but surely crawled the street entirely blocking ffic The earth crumbled back to y 2 the foundation of the house a part which was taken awaywith the slide The situation was so ap palling that Mr Thomas very readily moved his furniture and family to another house We understand Mr will tear the building down use the timber to build a new residence elsewhere tenant house owned by D T and occupied by Henry a negro just at the rear the Presbyterian Church ex perienced a like calamity although quite so serious The house was whencur t came down upon the rear of the house It pushed it several lest over brink of another hill The shim fell soil It is said furniture was knocked down In the house It look like moving time to the occupants t at the time but no one was The rains have also put the streets a deplorable condition CURES BLOOD SKIN TROUBLES CANCER BLOOD POISON GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER FREE If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if have blood poison cancer car buncles eating sores scrofula cctitching rising and lumps pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B D D according to direc achescrpains slops the blood is made and rich leaving the skin free 1 every eruption and giving the glow of perfect health to the At the same time B B B improves the digestion cures dys JelllneysJust J tr gives them new vigorous blood Druggists S1 per large bottle with directions for home cure Sample and prepaid by writing Blood Co Atlanta Ga Describe and special free medical ad ii also sent in sealed letter D D is especially advised for chronic pseated cases of impure blood skin disease and cures after else tails Get old popery at this office y r = t o J s f Th n SALEe Begins 9 oclocka m SATURDAY Jan 12th TENDAYS Closes Wednesday January 23 9c3c Six sot T stock away sale any fine of Swiss Naimook and and that sold up fiOc a yard fbr the any the ftme inoiwde 35 35 and SOo go 9c sew All other the house the 3c per yard None less 5e the sold for and 12 a rare and one afford mla Dress Sale piece Dress Goods sac rificed All reduced prices No whatever All and Panamas black and colors 52 and 54 inches Sl S125 values sale price 82c 10 pieces black wool Dree Goods sold for 75o SI and Sl25 sale39c Raindoth colors 60c 59c 40 and 60c Serges Batistes etc 36inch in black and colors for 42 and 39c 75c black Melrote 36 inch laIcI price 35c Plaid Suitings 12 12 and 20c values 9 and 8c 60c and white Wool Coods Voile and 36 Inch 39c 25 and Sfc values Silk effects sale 9c of of of kinds its value HouseFurnishings Sale Never before have been these 25c and 30c Table and 35c White Table Damask45c8- 5c fine Linen Damask590Table Linen beautiful Fringed dozen 60c white 39c 175 linen white dozen linen TOWEL SALE Large Towels each3cT- owels 18x42 inch and 15c Bleached Towels usually sell 2 25c and 35c Damask Fine Linen Fancy and Towels Table Cloth 25c quality white and fancy very Shades 21c SOc Lace Curtains 2 yards pair 29c 150 and 175 Curtains a 98c lace Curtains pair 225 WONDERFUL SALEii And you will wonder when you it Any article named in this space re bought after 9 oclock Saturday morning Any would cheap at They as a rule sellers Tum biers 9c Enameled Baking Pans Cuspidors Enameled Wash Pans 6qt Pudding Dairy Pant Hammer Shears 7inch Crystal Berry Bowl large enameled Pan 6qt covered 12lnoh mixing Bowls Maple Chair Seats Gold Band Din 9C 9CCronmerCup and Saucer glased and white Kitchen any piece Porcelain Ware Plate Bowls and Nappies Decorated Lava Gold Stamp China Plate Cup Saucer Decorated Plates sixes Sinch Porcelain Platters Fancy Nappies Bakers and many other wonderful bargains at to describe See window display Friday you will fail to come c Never have we bargains of such Our entire of altnest given We offer in this piece of astortmoitts Cambric EtlRlngs Insertions to soacatto at pricef per yard Choke of M TMs many pieces worth 15 They at a of in at redloulotK price of worth and many places In wbigh 810 l3c This is you cannot to Goods Every of to rediculous aed Cravenette 44inch values 15 cream Serge Batiste Alabatross as Huck Linen Towels best long Bucket Silk Sale event extraordinary Impor tance and enormous sacrifice Loek at these prices Natural Jap wash Silk 19 inches sale price I9c- 36inch black Taffeta silk and 125 values 83c qualitysnIeTaffeta Silk in colors 3Cc 27inch China Silk colors Sac and 90o Taffeta colors 63c 27inch Changeable 1 silk 73c FUR SALE Extraordinary to se cure a handsome Fur Scarf for almost nothing 150 and 2 Fur Scarfs 75o long Furs black and brown worth 750 Cloak Sale Choice any Coat worth to 15 latest extreme length 750 and long Coats black and colors 59S 5 to long Coats black and colors A number of shorter Coats of Jbte materials worth to 15 at think of h19BRain Coats cuts and values J90 Choice bpIy Cape Cloth or Fur 98o Children 250 to 350 long Coats age S to 14 198 Children 4 to long Coats t to 14 Children 6 to 750 long Coats 8 to 14 m Children Reefers 125 to 2Sc Children Cloaks 2 to 6 150 to values rid presented Embroideries Embroidery Hamburg shipment Embroideries opportunity reservations Broadcloths Waistings Meecerized This ordinary We reducing the price few and prices in prices and We room must of the goods Goods room will yards first day 0 oclock housekeepers presented opportunities 30 Ltnen34e6- 0c all LlnetrTablft oloth88c Napkins 19c Napkins per doz Napkins 98c fine Napkins per dozenM198 14x28 10 val ues Be for 8e 25 BO 60c 39c Oil per 12 per pr 50 per see oan for 9c one be arc 25c and Ware for 9c Cuspidors and all 9c impossible and not 90 magnitude of consisting Vel all lot An of guaranteed Sl all all 75 all opportunity Handsome and 10 of up cut I SA latest S6 55 2ues S2 98c mere Blanket o most wonderful Just these prices 550 strictly nil wool Blankets full 104 size 350 mixed pair2 10 160 Cotton white fanoy95o 150 Blanket pair USa 100 Cotton pairGJo1 25 large size Comforts 08o Sale White Bed Spreads cannot equalled anywhere values full sio 150 values 275 extra Afarsoillos 4Zuilt1fl6 ELLISISIC prpBargaindollars worth of seasonable merchi for 10 days only at prices iculo ly less than first of the raw SATURD EMBROIDERY SALE hwtaltagi EtabreWorlos yd15cW- indow pnlrH85 Blanket cost 9c3c Skirt Sale Those elegant garments perfect Biting and uptodate styles selling at akuHitely sensational prices Remember If yow wn And you got a lose you can sloth 55 and 6 Skirts sate price 4 and Skirts sale prior 291 and 3 Skirts sale price 108 and 175 Skirts sale price Ole Come quick if yow want ORe WAIST SALT Look at prices in Shirt Waloto SOc Waists Ut- SfeWalftU e MILLINERY Almost given away different uptodate latest styles trimmed llalseholee45c is an sale are not on a articles holding the balance the stock at regular Everything our stores is reduced and heavily reduced Come see are pinched for and get rid the Dry you find thousands all ShirtingsSkirtingWaistingsrepresenting but a fraction not fail to come possible come the at Do plainfigureswith such Fine Damask19c per fringed all large per 300 inch each each each Lace 3 each Stew blue than 298 650 298 750 650 495 ages Sale Theao uro the offor ings over heard of glance nt pur heavy Blanket per Blankets or heavy per per of Prices bo 76c J6c 980 your SM for than buy the 450 350 150 these for for JO All not in In of Do If 125 19c 15c IL 295 val 395 Trunk Sale We are practically giving away the trunks we have Justlook at the prices A tremendous slashing 350 and 375 Trunks for22550 Trunks fork360750 Trunks for 498 SUIT CASES Most exceptional bargains 125 Suit Case forBSc 150 Suit Case for98aS- 2 Suit Case for 125 450 Suit Case forJ2SS- 2 Valise for 145 125 Teletcope forBScS- Oc Telescope for 35c Muslin Underwear Sale This event far exoeeds any similar offering we have yet attempted We cannot describe and quote every garment but can show you when you come Each piece represents just about cost of materials You can buy them cheaper now than at any time of the year Our prices are Just about half regular value DRAWERS GOWNS SKIRTS CORSET COVERS 19 to 98c J5c to 19845c to 19829c to 150 You will be sorry If you dont come l C S m r F skirt Sewing Machine Sale The biggest bargain yet A high grade line VELOX SEWINC MACHINE 5 drawers top drop does elegant work and finely finished You see it ad vertised everywhere for SJS Our sale price 2250 BeginsJan nTel CLOT To reduce the t 1 IIth the present to putt i the room we are ofru the prices that represent hut a we have been making lw and look at them N0 4L5O Mens Fine Suits mJ On choice of the lot 150 Mens Fine Suits nJ Orct Boys Knee Pants Suit w rth uF Boys Knee Pants Suits wrth lip Boys Knee Pants Suit wrrthip Boys Overcoats worth i jp if 81 Boys Knee Pants word up b 1 Boys Knee Pants MCI I p13t Mens Pants worth up tI 050 Mens pants worth up P 1 50 Mens 125 Corduroy Parts Mens 250 Corduroy IVU Mens Corduroy Coat J25 v b Mens heavy Duck Con 225 Mens 100 Overalls i ut or p Mens 50c Overalls t it orpu soisLrShoes are advancing polled to reduce stock Thu lions under those oircumsiarx big lot of odds and ends bro Splondid Shoos for laiCworth 200 250 mid Ladle Diamond Sperial Ladies lllnok Diamond J Ladies Martha llCOSh ChildroiiH 160 Shoos Children 1125 Shoos Child runs 76o Shoos Childruns fiOo Shoos Entire stock of Overshoes 1k1v717 Notion SaleIIosiYou can buy any article in this sale tfor less money than you ever bought it before We cant name everything butlook at these t F 15c Towel Racks sale Price So r 2Sc Box Paper and Envelopes r0clOc Box Paper and EnvelopesMScsOc and 75c fine Bristle Hair Brushes2Sc-1k and 20c Hair Brushes P lOcll Tocque10cEasy t lOc Kid Curlers L 5c Umbrellas 39c 4 r Ladles lOc and ISc Turnover Collars 5c t Fine mounted Back Comb lSc and 25c lOc Choice of Ladles Belts 19c a f v v e r 4 I BROSKY7- I most remarkable and unheard of i imply sacrificed and thousands of buted into the homes of the people many thousands at prices actual rs open promptly at 9 oclock a m LAN 12 Closes Jan 23rd 1II ALE It 0 compelled for r h r the IIDfy Goods i plyI mliculous prices i r iiiue You know g1i Mcently but come 1850 000 nnd 2250 your isn1200 1500 Choice375-mf thr house 250 150 USe x 250 l 86e 46e r350250 8Ge 175 x235125 85e 39c- r s2aEdtul ls loaded down with shoes itnoiid 800 Shoes nt JTftlfI Prico lIteS iSO 00111I 400 I IO 4800t-i1 LfiO ShooE280llOltH 210- II 80 0 ShOf18200J1 120 all Ralr Arctics 1s65 750 375 Etc All por Oo rodudtfcn the causing over We ever tale 450 Suits and Ocr 20 and any tits Look ISO and for MM Men we have been 750 10 arid Sli for the of New and get have your HAt make VIM yonder never have we morn fine Htts prtao those See JM D Stetson 400 knen- tN world over 2M- JM D Stetsca 100 known the wend over J4B Lien Speotal 400 Bear 2SO 1t171Miss- issippi Volley 200 Hat 175 ruts up five Men Fur Caps135M- ans 150 Sic Mens and SDe Caps JSc 2Sc Caps aoc to if I Sale- Notwithstanding go this this one of the them all and the HELENAWrought everywhere our 2c and 3c not trash but tads for Sc usuallyall useful articles you would never of price i DFox loand Pins Shoe Buttons Pins Box Pins Sc Pins Spool Purse Powder t Needles Sc Remnant Sale look nt bargains Thousands of yorda of Mill Uomiiants kinds of loth in short longths 1 to LO yards in nt prices loss wholomilo regular cloth Co Simpsons Cnliooos pet nrl3cG-r Brown Domestic per yard ac- He Drown vnrd 6c He Blench HO Apron noryurd5ct lOc llleaohod fio 10 and 12 l2c fJinghams 7 l2o trio Dimity 0- lOcDraporv 4Jo whitoTnblo Damask 25p- lOo HALF TOWELS lc SALE A Hlirrtoane strikes Clothing a reckless that completely sfcarfw alt iHevkws cvonU beginning 9 oclock Saturday miming Men NiU Inefedlng thjftte tint sold Choice of price dS7SO- We about 9uHt Overcoats Men Young that selling for redtaitius priie 375 for chelee come while size Sale Prices uM Mke Hfct Hat Bays t175 flhfftae CAPS 200 Caps Boys sale most famous for price 2250 veal 1c that that Hooks SoTowel and sellers JtiRt than each this 51850 2250 extremely Shirt Sale Thus opportunity buy a fine shirt for moneynet like ly occur again i were overstocked these prices Men 300 and Cluetts finest Shirts 150 Mens Pine Shirts and Ciuetts 100 175 values 82c Mens Finest 250 Wool shtrt180 1 175 Fancy Weal shirt 90c Heavy Cotton flceowl Shirts were SOc this sale 48c fOe Fancy ShtrtltOOD- oYI 25o Shirts 19c McKs Fine Dress Shirts 65c values a rare J9c Wool Sweaters 8Sc ten not the room not but the for the you soon the Sold sale This Pins Hair Hair Face Tolls other offer little Look 225 125 the Sale Just these Our have been low these but look them the famous Wilson Heater 575 Heater 400 Wilson 750 Wilson Hcatrr 600 wood Hsat 250 750 Cook Furnishings Sale Not article the line of Menu Wear but prices never before imagined Look other then come and take ad of this sale heavy SOC Undershirts 3Sc UndWr25cIMenu 25c Underwear 20c Mens fine ribbed 125 Shirts and Drawers SOc Wright Health Under woar men 125 everywhere85c 125 Gloves 85c Fireproof 75c GlovssM50c SOc Gloves 40c SOc Mufflers 39c a us a u oi is se 1 is re a it h an to to to to F es 6 an is at Household Goods it l GOt 1 gnlvaniad tI SOl fiOo galvnnirodIubs390io- e UhHJScI7filo IluoketsJiOol i S 1 setL of a w are a I I TTwIIiti Begins 9 oclock a maa ScATUKVAY Jan 12th TEN DAYS Closes Wednesday January I I CLOTHING priceslashing UU12D- tg Ciinghom 1ubiirbbo 7 50- t 3 75Fk to Hosiery Handkerchf Youll be sorry If ynu dont a supply of Roods the prices quoted It hasabeen our to offer SoMens25 and JSc or Sox 19c lOc 5c 15c lOc SOc JSc Sc Handkerchiefs2c15c 8c Mens 25c Hemstitch cd i 12 35c 20o 25c Garters 15o lot ISc linen Collars All linen Collars He will ho ten days of for only in Dry Goods Clothing Departments arc prices cut and slashed but also throughout the Hardware and Grocery Every article is anda big one We do want profits in this only to get back money paid goods A profitable loss wonderful gain to Specially examine the prices Saddles Bridles Harness Collars Leather Goods of all Hardware Tools Farm and Garden Tools Carpenters and Mechanics Tools Hatchets Saws Axes andall kinds of tools Knives Forks and all kinds of tableware Pocket Knives Scissors Shears Razors of description Stoves Kitchen Hardware Queensware Glassware Chinaware Enamelware and Tinware The prices asked are simply and yo will regret you do come at 9 oclock Saturday or as after in next days as you can get here Range hundreds bargains ing wonderful of Come RANGE 35 merchandise dream buying at the Safety Eyes tacos Pearl Black Thimbles For 2cof 75 Brass Handkerchiefs Sc Pearl Buttons 5c Tablets sewing ForComb Vaseline Soap Floss many regular Mill thcHo piece price of Go Powaling In about for at at we ta at the in at Dress Monarch 25 In Work bargain Spoons Ranges Stove glance at pric prices always on stoves at now Everybody knows Wilson 75 Large size 33 ers Stoves650 Mens in sacrificed at places vantage Men ribbed Genuine for Buckskin Driving loather Ways kinds Do not miss The wont extra ordinary nnd unheard of bargniiiH over dreamed of Como and see lOt JobleUs sot 2fio tat Kiuunoled Buekofca fiOo sollor5iOo Kniuaolod DiHh 1au 3o- fo ICnanieled IreHervo ICetlilo 29o 5o Foot Pith Q- 25n Bread Boxes no Hgal Lard Gnu BOo Gnlvonizofl Onll1uiz611 Galvanized Coal Knainolod 2iie- H picco Chintz dinner 150 Canned Goods Sale Dont ovprlook this grant opyortunity laying in supply of oaniiwl goods at pri below anything you over droamod of Vo pinohod for rnnm anti miiftt eaorifico largo portion of tliiH stock COHill and see 23 Sale lay in these at never good fortune such bargains cotton wool Suspenders Fine Suspenders Handkerchiefs white Linen Handkerchiefs l2c Neckties Mens Big 2c coons This thousand bargains and bargain on every ridiculous it not morning ten Sale Thread Embroidery Domestic Domestic Department lIeater500 Sale 10o Ohnmbor decorat4Hl phenomlnil Suspenders Cutlery a Granulated Sugar 5 19 Lbs 100 Finest Patent Flou- rX435 Sack Flour k 6Oc 1 And All Other- GROCERIES AT Sale PricesZ+ s tiei j tA t 115 J F FASummary of News at the Temple of Justice CIRCUIT COURT The following new uses hgvic been docketed on the circuit com docket since our last report I E J Warlord vs R A WarfordI et al J E Marshall vs Lonnie Glide wellA E Mitchell vs H A Tyler Mrs S L Criss vs Sam Haddon and J D Leech G W Phelps vs T P Vaughn J J a Bondurant vs Tobe Capps et al J C Kennedy vs Fulton Mercan i tile Co Sim Jackson charged with ob pataming money under false pretense t was brought into Judge Naylors court this week and waived prelimi nary examination In default of bond he was remanded to jail to await the action of circuit court C G Higgs qualified as admin istrator of the estate of Buck Curiin deceasedF Moore qualified as adminis trator of the estate of Sam OHvtr with S A Wilson surety J H Wade quallned for admirals trator of the estate of W H Wade wjth Walter Wade surety- E L Watson qualified for a m- inIasters bond permitting him to perform the rites of matrimony Rev 1NB Graves was surety J H Wade qualified as guardian for Coyle Wade Von ONeal qualified as guardian for Mattie Broberg a person of un sound mind with J S Shepherd as I suretyW 1 J Thomas qualincd as guardian for the Williamson heirs with J T Plummer as surety Miss Dora Smith renewed her bond 41 this week for the office of Superin tendent of Public Instruction Her bondsmen are H Buchanan J AI Thompson R M Isler T A LedI ford und J M Hibbard J T Seat renewed hk bend for the office of Sheriff T A Hayer registered in the I county clerks office for the practice of medicineThe of Kentucky bound Ed Holt a boy 13 years of age to J W Walton until the boy shall have attained the age of 21 years The bond or contract requires that Walton shall teach the boy a trade clothe him feed him provide medical attention when needed and at the expiration of the bond shall pay to the boy one hun i dred dollars or if he teach him to J r read and write then he need not pay him any moneyIREAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The following real estate transfers have been recorded since our last reo port A R Johnson to W A Edmiston town lot in Cayce SSOO B W McClure to C M Brown 40 acres land S500 M L French to W T KImbro town lot in Fulton S85 A contract was recorded between E EMrs Carter and the Southern Wood Supply Co conveying to the latter timr I i Jas T Brown to John W Flach T Jr 40 acres land 5500 a The County Board of Supervisors have been in session all week and we are told have made a large num ber of raises although the amounts are not so large They will retur ten days and receive complaints the taxpayers have been noti Ipin of the raises To stop a Cold with Prevcntlos is safer than to let it run and cure afterwards Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will head off alll colds and Grippe and perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis candyScold cure tablets selling in 5 centl and 25 cent hoses If you are chilly t if you beginto sneeze try Preventics t They will surely check the cold andl I please you Sold by All Dealers It I The Missouri Girl will receive the same production In Hiokman as m the larger cities The date here is Jan 16th LfiiiMI + M 1 I t t II I I I I M M t+THE A Sof E COLUMN fitIll I II ti I I 1 J i I JAxeu H SAuxptrae- t The Unions of Fulton County nwi as follows Hfckman lot and Jui Thursday nights Simmons 2nd and 4th Tuesday J p m Montgomery and and 4th Wednesday J p m Cayce 1st and Jd Saturday J p m the nucleus at Hasel Den nets lit and Jd Wednesday at 3 p m Every one is cordially invited to at tend those meetings A regular meeting of the Fulton County Untoa A S of 1 will be hold at the Court House la Hiokman Saturday January 19th 1907 at 9 a m sharp It to hoped that all the local Unions will send two dole gates to this meeting Where drier gates are not elected the delegates representing the several union at previous meetings wilt be recognised This will be an Important meeting as matters pertaining tt the welfar of farmers that were carefully con sidered at the East St Louis Nation al Convention will be brought up new officers for the ensuing year be elected and caroM plan for the work of 1907 laid out Fanner this is year work the punctuality of your attendance and the enthusiasm with which you enter lido the work of this meeting will be an index as to your feeling in the work in wick you are engaged for your own wel fare Lay aside all prejudice suppress all lufcewarmnet and enter into the campaign dt 1907 with ore determinative than has yet been evidenced Great ptsft tlitle are in store for you let they tan only be attained by slfsrt M us make tine effort Alt farmer arc cordial ly invited nose art debarred S L DOOM PrW M Snow Sc The following oftcerc ware elect ed by the State Line Union A S of E last wet Ciao Nttnon Pros W B McGthtt Vice Free A J Bums Trees Deft Davk and SC Carter Committee to attend the County Union Permanent Help If the owners of large traet of land will donate six acres of land to white families on condition that they second patty will build a house and other necessary improvements with the privilege of purchasing twenty nr forty more agree adjoining tM six acre plot at a named price there willl be hundreds of famfflo that will accept such conditions Immigrants la the United State and Europe will accept suoh terms The purchaser should have five years to pay for hk purchased lands If land owners will divide large tracts lets thirty or forty acre tracts and offer them on very small payments there will be persons who will readily accept es pecially if a throeroom house be erected on the land Notice For four months net a Woodman has been suspended for nonpayment of dues There are 27 delinquents The Sovereign Camp kludly extood your time of payment 10 days If you are suspended your family may suffer You willIIM If you do not pay up F S Moore Clerk Rev J G Clartt the newly app- oInted Presiding ffider of the Union City District for the Methodist Church was in town a couple of days this week the guest of Rev H C MartinnPlies get quick relief from Dr Shoops Magic Ointment Remember its made alone for Piles and It works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by Its use Try it and sectI Sold by All Dealers Zeke Dobsons clodhopper dance is one tf the features that will be seen IntlTh Missouri Girl at Opera House Jan 16 Leave that laundry at Smith Ambergs store for Frank Smith and you will get the work to suit you The best steam lumdry Shaw Bettcrsworth sell fresh groceries tH Rheumatism I Ms kd a ttlwt ant tlwl run tar ttAto taaUat Nt a r snlIt UMI wlH I IIHMortHl llMhi nl rk rrl Mtm 1rtthit swim CII rs sew u l kill tbe i AIpalin Ikt6 Dkwvhk1tra- I tntrnrwtu a batd to tb Qtr whirlatll f Wion I w Igrit lsr Ni K- Nr1Md11rsMbk pf ny11tl1 1i 11MOlI and war wolw KM sAs 1 IhU vNr4ra- Mel r M dayrr wbm nMil In Mm for And Ibis wHrti rilMotnd Ur t trtsaNt w aWIt M Inn Ise traits a4 the r Me t 1 nM ttnYtF n III ngtr pa TIM w1w a1AlIfINr15 nrftpr b Krr Wttfo out latp wsIia11d In uofclMK nxwaocaJ Dr Shoops i Rheumatic Remedy ALL DEALER- SAppropriations Needed TIle foUowmg k a copy of a tIII- rbtq anal to tM bwinoss uses through tut the country Gentlemen As you way know there II a bill now before f ngress- urging an annual nnpropriatton of not lose than 50000008 for the general hngrovtment of our deep Bvory mtrchtnt and skipper hi the United State should kelp to pt tbs Mil as they art thortwgWr familiar wh the striootly congetitd condition of our railroad at this time and know that these tojtltftt able conditions are conatanUy grow hag worse Further than lisle the whole coon try k now dtmatdmg rate rgna tit and no question now before tur people Ii recelelua grsarUOe lISO By the Ifof our fetiMftl waterway tOt navigation Ac con ftettioa of our mOiwuk tacit be rdwvtd sad UM qoettlMi if ittt rcgrtattoa would at ooet ami ftntvor be y UWIgreat tajMKUuiee of Improving our j thorn ami patting them to a navJgftoie OOIIdkJoa please write to your men bar or Congress and United iota senator at once and uk them to vote and work aothrely tot I A gsfti annual anpropriation of at halt 50000000 for waterways through lout the country O A ufocftot appropriation IInnnidhiUty for the whom MbiliilaHt River 1111- L I ITt apprapr1aeloa IMtIlrto begin UM work on des Lakes te- M oIJynp WsdarwarYoy tIrMr isle Notice All ptiMiM Wehted torn are rt qHl4ed to onnic and seals their so GOUt by January JOt sr souse will- be placed In the hftwif ot an of car for collection Gee mi IIIIJif1I Mr W A Dcddstasabont gotten his new office M the sensor of Clinton and Kentucky MrtelcOMnototed awl has moved hi This ntalnM a much MOre convattfeni pine for the trios action of his bntlnm than the use he recently eoonnkd Re has gotten about all hk lumber mowed lion the other building to the Mvrone and now everythhtg U muck mere con rosiest for Mm this tit old plan Mss Mary Los Davis of Cayce it the pttt of her hreUitr B T Davfc this week If you tare given an onler for ONt End same hoe not HeM promptly delivered telephone your sites tlainu to no 48 lee Fhetocy oAoe Hlekoma Ice and Coal Co dt TIle fArmers Hardware Co has had carpenters engaged this week remodeling and arranging shelving etc In thorn new building preparatory to opening for bads omeUme this month They are having two large arch doors made In the partition between the rooms for convenience The tending Is also being wired for lights Ever get swelled M yourself Watch Zeke and Dally la the third act of The Mlttouri Girl sad gt a few pointers Meals cooked right served right prices right day or night at the I Elite Cafe in the Warren Bldg Fresh Groceries chlokn eggs butter 0 Will dctvcr Lon Robertson Telephone 160 State Line Items DIm QMM of Union citywas a Liter bets Mommy Mr Alow McdoaoeU wise lit lids vldinity on business Tntadoy His Lena TbielitM hthjmt from Arlington Kyvisiting b rao hits 1 ihu is the beginning oi it few- Sraft Let us all make new rash tausl D C Maddox retoriMd to Nashville wet Monday niter a few layvisit with home people IMr W M scan of Wtadtund v cited relatives and friends hi this vicinity during the hoHd yr Meson Jets Maddox soil Gordon Rice spear a tow dwys lit momswfs last week rat tsig heart eesy night Mhw Qinbeth Thralkeld who hm had charge of a soheel at Uermndo Miee vWtod her parents during the holUaya Dr Peter Pratber who kiss held a position at KoosviUe Teem for the past six mentbi visited reUttvet near here last wish Dr D C Madtfoi retomtd to NuhWe Monday sooosnpaair icy Mr W J hUddoa who wont to erurc new lenses for hv eye Mr sad Wn Bon Brokhfin and Mr Handy Lhjon of Unto CHy attended the mnritaf of Mist tar turn and Mr Clarence Willi4rmat Tnnnday evtiilag the ITlfc A weddhtgoeminsitsgdeattar wise celebrated lit the b1ssM eI eeryI hose of Mr B Bnrmc on Thm day evening lit 31th of Deoemtter the cootmctsng Mtitlet befog Kill Lucy BnfnM tIN ohacMhfgdMMthttr of Mr S B berms sort 4ifr C C Bondunwt sacs of Me J j C BOB duran of ntoktntsi Time hontt WM professly osotmiU with holly and t he light from the gnt and whkt candle added cberfsatss to the- eosiss TIle gnesh bsrss to curie before t p m and by odtek MM room which was to be till place of the ctjnony was filletV4o ovoohw lug Bro Watson of Union Qty the osacUting mteJtter performed the btnntiM osiwMtny which united the two lives M one The brisk was gowned M a beautiful rube of white hid carried a Urge bouquet of carnations and wide roses Alter the csrtmeny the guests were conducted Into the spacious dMsing room where rtsttahmints of toes and cake were soured The HthMf of tin coke WM tile ec of- rsush fun sod Gat asst as some of the ataertUttont present were em ptotlog to hoar their fate to life Mr Bata DtBow bad the foctiMtor rather the misfortune to he tht rte dpieat of the daeeaisg needle sad rdoubt the luck of getting such atrophy had a depressing Ilea on Mi nerves which they say haw bras to rather bad condition for some time Mist Mary Burma received the ring The bride and graom will shortly take up thoir retMcMtat the awnlry home of Mr erant thrit milts from Htohman TIle many friends of both torahs ht Miwihlig thorn a long life of hanntnoia pence and prosperity v Its a pleasure to tell out iwdtrt chisel a Cough Cure like Dr Stoops Bbr years Dr Shtop has rptagainst the use of Opium Chloroform or other usual ingredients commonly found in Cough remedies Dr hoop it seems baa welcomed Ute Pure Food and Drug Law recently enacted for be has worked along similar lines many years For nearly 30 yean Dr Shoops Cough Cure containers have had a warning printed on them against Opium and oUter narcotic poisons He has Uses made It possible for mothers to pro toot their children by simply insist lag on having Dr Stoops Cough Cure Sold by All Dealers Rosedale Has Moved The public will take notice that I have moved my photograph gallery over Ledford Handles store where I will be prepared to take care of my austomers in the futurs I thank you for your patronage in the past and solicit a continuanceA Rosedale iI v STEVE STATIHIV- SKY IFEBK ant SALE STABLE I Splendid icivur at reasonable prices Phine No 104 rHEARSE 500GiCt Literary Circle Tht Literary drew will meet with Mrs Htndtroon on January 14lk with Ute fallowing program Mn Arc Btograpky of Poe Mrw ua Pots Tale MA JehaetssLenore and The AollesMist Ivoy Dttow Amnbotl Ue and Ulamrni- sA Bad Bargain J j Johnson the bUcktmXh who at a ohtriMs tale bought UM strvtoe of Dock Anbury vagrant for nine months for one dollar now say after an experience with ki- tMJI lest ube pail Waists mots than Ida pnrohate it worth Johnson Myt Anonry to duo lultwhite van who ever ekvw breath and ht fears that sass ky Dusk wilt din btoante ht to aoMiy he may rouse to even brtnthc Another thug it that Dock it nbont to eat hk master out of house pat home Johntoo ays he coo eat more than any seas ht ever sew Vhtn foots was boucbt his tofchU job was to htlpjohneon m sit hitoknmith shop The Ar i thing he did ws to assist hi wildly a wages tin Dock WWI to steep stand lag cep lot the tits taU of the anvil and AlkiwBWi his- harasser M two pkoes Bitthen plat Dock to wwfc htnVr hg on ANt being on the Jot Mots abtstrt ht wont to tftt Johnson says ht it fosBf to gyre Dock ntt iretoom CAN RITE ALL RITE comnutty itemvtd the fottowinf mUtr Door war toss t I red in UK tanaas silt times that ye want me JItaglieiilongwdgei Iffi ptwMus end I am neatly to yaMs lonr my braider is alt rito io i was ntttr in gals totpt once in the oaltehMM but i never aisle noikia i reckon i ton kill 10 to glens hi oat day or atMoyanls too if i Inane UU send me MM messy PC less ease i Jlne sore in sirony M a hull and torts nothin dt motor with tnt Ia blak i hut iloan JC allrile cum for hisainese QUITE A DIFFERENCE aFIII urn l t Flatber used all the rem plea wt sent np to make a tansy luUt7 Tiy aht iIs an ski crank lint Mw Da Washer iis worth 100000 at Ito1 Well in that use I ranpeee she k etcenirio h1theyear9LtlI Why wrilo the lady a note at one and tell her ale enn have ail 3sr bttndlt of wm sodolfgistutly COT IT FIRST TIME earlydoatdor hi a public school MI havo a class of boys Unruly little wrotolioa Uy an too and they worry 1110 luringUtoI the sentence Wheat can you do that I cannot loP and a little ur Inybapfrogoral laugh lint my lip frowned awl ordered thorn to sit down I foil like wringing leis neck VALUE RECEIVED It coftte more to live Umn It did yoara agora said the man who com plains Yos nniworad tho man who on Joys modern conrtnioncoa but Its wortli wore You mist a treat if you rail to buy Groceries from Shaw Bettcrsworth I e d The Average Mnri Col Omar D r4 Central Missouri q Sturgeon Leader amttiably spoken of Hro k as gubernatorial in fallowing spiesdidsiaI in the humble walk oi There Iis no quest should lift lour hat to the Average MIIzlie hi the person nh kind better and hIJI the race forward an i i never was a man winr lbe conspicuously Y c ahyptoritc Therein who took pride in ttWcfHtMgrqhis nbale nUte tell 4 tlong dohighk duty inyfollow who doeestaon kit sloeve to fit uheartLJ idbwrnon i that thro her MdhHrtM i that bereaved I that unsrrMi that MOOBM tar perfumes the soulI mind with lea tli5s t k found M ds boas 1 Man The Averagr have the repntikn u IL being ably K J set work it as a spr vtttteing Jlrpoael1Man plods along 1 jcMaple dstydot ag a t and all ht dots u asr CAJUUINA certainly imathsd a t s room of KAOOM but b r bowed Srrophassmasf- as a cars for cough Incwonta and ail Pulmi 1 T C tt Notion K Ihtre sorer taut Y Unit wuild owe a c0UK y 9 BoHanTi Horebout have nttd K for yeti 9 CbwgMs Drag Store a JR StttiMlkyc mineral pr 0 year were valued at V aooonllMr to a summsI r United ate Geologir WHY fiMMJil your baby other C to fretful and rtttlesi meet on tat and use I a yonr neighbor recomm I bottle of Whites Ore greatest known worm ours for aN drf1I1tkamfld in Ma actwr syttem makes thin Ip Mite J CSmiih Tami r ygy baby was tLIt owU set retain its t alt sight I used t Whites Cream VrnIt low days babywa and wet Sold ttyt Store and Helm Ie Hi The brightest elecrplay on the market u Girl which will tx s House January 1e The Publishers Claims Sustain UNITED STATED COURT r LIS Tfc FuMKhm f f WtMIt t I hctlarrailk Iwttr fur Vnalot1oltnIIII t yeUorurleurwItixl ivrrrteulrewotltaS Cteno are nr tho nplnin tI Iwtrt oimilir Mini au 1 park llwt IIM lace a rrauttththaI1llIItv1 l IaM ItIU4 Ia I r- ruled 1 In enrydetatl ba tddprvrr Irrtnllttblmiraithe Urinr iiwi Mvrrvr r jKvnernUAn wliteh dnla vitiMtalutclml knowloUo It blllbewtdbalrc nr It It Mrl4 IItttllf114 u r tpeth tlleUuJla In 115- 11w aulhori I n I ami that n lhe will Lathoutunnott i t POQUIUIII LAIIIJtIHI UDMLj l7I4 rrm Bin n INTERNATIONAL DKTIONAR1 THE GRAND PRIZEO odxhIawanlwarpstt-tluiatihowor14 GET THE sfAND BBES- 1reprc r UuMjwut4 HriijrcarUn O KUa1IWIt11 sPRaNCISnt class J a y L w tuncr Want Column W t W tfi JIII t If MNAr tfir t1 X19- f I I lots and the man on South t Poe terms ap Tbn II Nelscn U my household irf Will sell digs t MI over Helm M Knaebcl rt to the bottom a steers and three m three years and U1 mar ed wit rJ t crop to right ca Literal reward 5rUS army able t nti Betweeni it UCIM of United tractor awl tern AH s oak readII- v for information K oAeer 126 N till Town 336 Ark Corinth Council Proceedings 1 IM T 1907 regular session lion CowKrtlinen- trutiiera Donnel at aMelg were t stfMil The were proswicd I nd MI motion al- rdesed Vetted for Al Ceo ao ht Iteos2D9ao Utd Ktietfal U1 rntblgr 125 lo xdlcli iMMMf prim 4 1SO I salt wt- 1cJlu111 110 D- Opa 101 ft Hani- f 1tii14- o I work ami UOO csee CYat111 hund lYOIfI- I on fewer 0749 1 s eN IL KM 1200- raeerer fitA- COOMMT ur UJffJMIt ftre Oil t119k64 9VS47 1 ai 19DAd4JI09 chic 2N Ht ill noire AOOOttNT v gar 19111U47- m all MMrtes 4414J6 4UOoJ 1s is ItU1HOOO this 3ntI-f J1 p- O3rill na0011R Ins 3667 r led fslia aU U77S 54742 11 1946 4Q518 hia account 13904 Johnson C T Mayor was instruct t WatertAccount for a term li years and not at 6 per cent In r iiriually secured by I estateIwndation from the Duckried from Replevin Trdon r instructrr n Safe for use of I fp to cost not ex I nit adjourned 1 C Helm Clerk t saving with coal pricemilikman Ice and Coal1ii lssue4otc i I drti ILocall Motes I We have a big river eeTom Smith was here this week Open night and day Elite Cafe Suds Nalfeh IIs in Nashville thisI week Get the habit subscribe for thei CourierPostmaster Stephens Is able to bo up again therBananas and Naval Oranges at the K K J Wi Wilde was here from Fulton MondayMiss Julia Jackson spent Sunday In Union City Jas Bolar and Lee Campbell were in Cairo Friday Goalder Johnson has been In Cairo this week on business Mr D A Luten of Union City was In town this wick Idol Tamalles and Chlllqonoonne at the K K branch office Groceries eggs and butter always fresh at Len Robertsons Jerry Malone now of Union City spent Sunday In Hkkman Alex Naifeh has been confined tft his room for the past week Mist Mildred Ramage has return ed to school at Nazareth Aeademy The Steamer Spragne passed up the river Monday with fortyfive barges HJokwun has some sidewalk cross ings that are dreadful and need at tentlon Hardware Cutlery Groceries all I at reasonable prtges1ljiiw Bets tersvorib 0When you want fresh groceries tolepbofle to Lou Robertson tele phone 10- Telephone Ice Factory Qfltae 1 phone no 48 for ooal Hlokman lac and coal Co- Go to Cavitt on the hill If you 1 want the oat Christmas onndtes and freshet groceries 18 Miss Bentah Sheets of Metropd Its Ill has been visiting her sister Mrs y1 Henderson Edwara White J M Meore Guy Hale and Edward Townsend spent Sunday in Union City Miss HHzabeth Cloar has return ed horns at Trey Tenn after visiting her sister Mrs E G Oman J C Rtttson has moved into his new home on Buchanan Street one of the Cowglll brick dwellings Miss Ida May Morgan who has been the guest of Mrs Chat Perry returned to her home In Union City Saturday Misses Lillie and Charlotte Hub bard have returned to Nashville where they are attending Belmont CollegeWest Hlokman Chapel Sunday School 2r30 p m Preaching every Sunday night by Bro Lucas Prayer 1 meeting Friday night- Long Hungry Zeke is a title of a song that will be Introduced Inc The Missouri Girl which appearsI at Opera House Jan 16 Wayne Beadles who was employed last year oy Ledford Randle has gone to Florence Ala where he will work in the future Postmaster Stephens has been on the sick list this week Miss Laura Brown has been assisting in the posloffice during his absence lion Rent or Sale New residence on the hillI five rooms and reception hall Bathroom and water clout electric lights good cellar desirable loca tion Rent reasonable or sell on easy payments LP ELLISON Tangerines Kid Glove Orange at the K K Percy Jones of Cairo was in ou town this week What does Shaw Bettersworth sell Go and see Just like sitting down at mothers table Elite Cafe Wm Flack of Union City was iIn Hickman Tuesday J Spradllng of Union City spent1 Sunday In Hickman C B Bond was in Jackson Tenn on business this week J F Royster of Fulton had buss nets in town last week Old fashioned Pumpkin Plea at the K K branch office Hamburgers at the K K branch office at Holcombe corner Cavitt on the hill sells the freshest groceries in town 28 Willie B Amberg has returned to school In Spring 11111 Tenn Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no48 S A Wilkins of near Caycc was In town on business Tuesday Joe Burke of Nashville visited his mother a while this week John Adams has moved into his new residence in West Hickman Miss Nora Brown has accepted a position in the postoffiae in this city Mrs Porter Shumate entertained the Euchre Club Tuesday afternoon The side walk on the south tide of Jaokaon street ought to be fixed Thos Hart of Caruthers1 cafe IIs taking a weeks vacation In Paris Tenn Norman Laytie an old fltokman boynow of Memphis IIs visiting his motherBest goods best service lowest prices on groceries at Shaw BetI tersworth Miss Belle Mercer of Jackson Is being entertained this week by Mrs Alice AmbergIQrouit Clerk Morris who has been en the sick nat Is Out on the gal viva again Mrs C H Moore and children I returned from a visit with UnionI City friends TuesdayII Mr W P Carpenter of Augus J ta Ark has been visiting his cousin Mrs W A Naylor this week Muses Sallle Atoher and Maggie Taylor the recent guests of James I Hunt returned to Cairo Tuesday I Mrs S W Luten and daughter Miss Lillian were guests of Mr and j Mrs D A Luten in Union City last weekE I Naylor will be with the Naylor j Mercantile Coat Cayce until Febtt ruary 1 then he goes to East Prai Il vie Mo Capt Wm Dipple went to New Madrid this week He has charge of the Derrick boat which Is unloading 1 coal there I H E Cook Iis the name of theS new proprietor of the Thomas House He oame from Crutohfleld aud sue ceeds W J Thomas Preaching at the Methodist Church every Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p n Sunday School at 9 s30 a mt Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p mI Three candidates for Railroad Commissioner in this district have announced Hon Mac D Ferguson wishes to succeed himself Hon Bunk Gardner Police Judge of May field has announced and lion lieot Landrun of Mayfield told his friends that he will stand for the nomination at the Democrat convention Messrs Archer and Short elecC trio railway promoters were here Tuesday looking after the prelimi nary arrangements for bulldldg ant electric interurban railroad from Hickman via Union City FuUonI Clinton Mayfield to Paducah The proposition as submitted to our Com merctal Club representatives C L Walker and Porter Shumate is anew 1 one and will be taken under ad visement before any definite ItepsII will be takes The following Board of Eq alba lion for Fulton County have been iin session at the Court House this- r week revising tht tax books tor th year 1907 E C Carter Cayce s W C Johnson Hickman j W F Perry Sassafras Ridge J C Lawson Lodgton i J P Felts Jno T Stubblefield R C Kelley Fulton W C Kelley son of R E Kelley of near Fulton and Miss Car vie L Hale daughter of Cyrus Hale sear Union City were married ont Tuesday evening at the home of the bride Rev W T Wynn officiating Mr and Mrs Kelley will make their future home at Denizen Tex Both are popular young people and the Courier extends congratulations GOT BUTLERS OPINION IAlter Bonjamia F hitter had become well lutauliflhod in his law practice then were Union w hun he required aiwiittaco in prujwring ettKd On ono particular occasion he enlisted the scrvicos ora young and inuijKiritincttl lawyer to look after the minor dcails of the case The friends of the young man congratulated him on his good fortune in bo fig associated with such teamed counsel and after the trial qutionspartinDid you otTer any suggestions or advance any theories that tended I strengthen your case or did tho learned counsel with whom you were associated at any time during the trial consult you on any phase of the case or even ask your opin ion legallightthe croMHuamination of wUiiuwM by the OtllOring counsel which had lengththatat the slowmws of procedure turned about in hU seat and motioning for mo to incline my car wintered in a moderate but impressive manuor I think these seats are hard dont you r THE HANDING OF A LEMON In the room occupied by tho grad eating data ota public school in one of tho uptown districts of New Yorkan incident occurred which caused a great deal of amusement among tile pupils Aa Thanksgiv Ian day was near at hand it was customary that Miss N tho I teacher in giving a series of les sons on object drawing should auk her pupils to bring fruits vases and I other things to assist in the lesson jI The following day when Miss I 0L1JlCItJj and pitchers wore forthcoming Didnt any one bring fruit of any kind pt inquired tho teacher- I did I cried a voice in the ecu ter of the rooom Miss Nwalked toward Uio pupil holding out her hand Withdrawing tier own hand from the recesses of her desk the pupil who had responded extended grave ly toward Miss N A lemon For Sale 650 acres of hardwood timbered land 4 to 6 miles above Hickman In the Mississippi River Bottom acres cleared For particulars address B G HALE Hickman Printing Office Rules An exchange gives these wholesome suggestions to parties wishing enter a printing office at this of the year We consider the advise good and would be much gratified to have some of our patrons govern themselves accordingly Advance to the inner dor give throe distinct raps und the devil will attend to the alarm You will give lm your name postoffice address and the number of years you are owing for the paper He will admit you You will advance to the center the room address the editor with the following countersign Extend the right band about two feet from the lady with the thumb and Index finger clasping a 10 bill which drag into the extended hand of the editor at the same time saying Were you looking for me The editor will say you bet After giving him the news you will ba permitted- to retire with a receipt for an ob ligation properly discharged Telephone No 48 ore coal J IJ I1 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC I rli- e We give below some of the most important rules and regulationsII governing water and light prlvlligcs We also give the equalized rates on water sad lights taking effect February 1 1907 This affects all users of lights and water RULE 1 All persons desiring to take water from this Company must make application at the Companys office setting forth all purposes for which water is to be used upon their premises that they may be as ceased according to established rates RULE 2 Hydrants or water fixtures will not be permitted in ex posed positions or where their use may be available to other premises or the public RULE 3 The Company reserves the right to set meters whenever there is any doubt as to the quantity of water used or wasted or where fixtures may be available to others The right isI reserved to amend or add to the rules and regulations as experience may show to be necessary We will issue a pamphlet setting forth all rules and regulations together with rates and as soon as same has been published it will be fur nished free to all customers as well as to those who anticipate putting In water or lights The Company reserves the right at any time to turn off the water In their mains without notice for the purpose of making repairs or exten sons or for other purposes and persons having steam boilers within their premises connected to the water mains direct are hereby cautioned against collapse They are required to supply them from a tank or cistern located between the main and the boiler and not direct from the water main Rates on Water where Water iis not Supplied by Meter Measurement Rates levied annually and payable monthly in advance Parties falling to pay on or before the tenth of the month will be cut off without lightsuand this amount will be added to the account in event parties desire to be reinstatedPURPOSE YEARLY MONTHLY Bath private S 6 00 S SO II lit tub 12 ocr 100 II2nd tub 900 7S Barber shops 2 ohalrs or 111117 1000 100 It Ioaah additional chair 4 80 to j Bakery 1 IP 6 00 50 Blacksmith Shop l flre u 6 00 50- It II each addtUanal fireu J 00 25 Banks 6 M SO Brick Yards Speslal Building Purposes Special Closets private 6 00 50 IIpubllo lit stall 1200 1 00f 9 00 75KUri- nals II each additional stalUr 600 SO private w IIpubtto 1200 100 Dental Office 12 M 1 Gas Engines 5 to 15 H P 1200 1 UO 2 Hotels 6 rooms or less 1200 100 i 11 each additional room 50terDwellings 6 rooms or less 6 00 SO each additional room 5o l s occupied by two families Special Ice Cream ParlorltIJ00 50 Laundrys 36 00 3 SpecialLivery 600 IOfficCtl 600 50 Photograph Galleries w d QO SO Private Stables 2 horses or less 6 QO 50 II each additional head of atockA 1OQ 18 00 1 50 Restaurants general use 6 QO SO Stores general use M 00 100Soda Fountains It M with tumbler washers 18 00 1 50 Schools Special Sprinkling streets with 18 inch nozzle 25 ft frontoraless nozieJc larger not allowed J 00 Sprlnkllngg yards er gardensSpecialSteam Boilers per H P 2 40 6 U0 SO Printing Offices Fountains Special Water Meter Rates For Gallons per 1000 gal cost Gallons Total 1st 1000 or less monthly S S 100 1000 S 100 2nd 1000 SO 50 2000 1 50 3rd 1000 4S 45 3000 195 4th 1000 40 40 4000 235 5th 1000 35 35 5000 270 2nd 5000 30 1 SO 10000 oJ 20 2S 125 15000 5 45 3rd fiOOO g5thg i 2nd 25000 20 5 00 50000 12 70 2nd 50000 18 1gg 100000 2170 200000 3716 70Ind 100000 70Jrt787g5thAll over 500000 gallons at lOc per 1000 Residence Lights on Flat Rate i 1st 16 C P Light 75 per month Alt other 16 C P 50II mo ea K It mo ea8 C P Light Flat Rate on Allnight Lights in Business Houses One light only 16 C P all night rate100 per month 2 lights or more 16 C P all night each 75 per monthet Store lights usual burning 50 per monthfMeter Rates on Lights 10 ampere meter or less entitling customer to 15000 watts 150 + per month minimum All over this amount lOc per 1000 watts 20 ampere meter entitling customer to 20000 watts 200 per month minimum All over this amount at lOc per 1000 watts HICKMAN ICE COAL CO A O Caruthers Mgr c s n1 Jtt L4 1 0 i i i i f Do You Eat 32 i 11a Voii wa M thtWtSTI WATIyoN IIAh4 III I have purchased L D PerryI Restaurant and ask my friends to call and see me Lunches of all1I kinds at any hour also regular meals FRESH OYSTERS servedl in any style when in season Dinner 1130 to 100 Full line of Confections Cigars lee I Luther Wtsoa- ctiMeet4 at LAUDERDALESTONSORIAL I PARLORS I44 Best In HIckman Hot and ft1- ifA cold baths electric lights M A and fans hydraulic chairs lfajj and everything for comfort fa tcuatcr Itltlckaasa XT it- Ji i Next door to Caruthcrs V F ti Cast Book SStore I gptatdldI Selective NEW IOUS STATONERY NOTION IIc Call and eee our Stock Every tbisg up to date MARY BZRENDm CeII B T DA VIS ttorxc Itt aw Will practice in all courts In the State Office over Ledford storeIHICKMAN KEMTUCKY t TikiII g PIUIIlDinl I hate secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tanner and Plumber and solicit your patronage in Plumbing Heating Tin and Sheet Metalwork of all kiods ALL WoRm FIRST CLASS t Quick service Reasonable rates Estimates cheerfully furnished- R B BREVARD HIckman Ky 12S I Your I1aundr should have its just share of your attention If you are particular about your dress A cappearance let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your work Will call for your laundry TuesdayKennedy Corum A6 t H u J 8 Ig t y Hickman Furailwi fieG 1HCORPORATED Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 Dr S K Davidson DENTJST Office over I GowgtUtf Drag Store Hickman Kentucky ti 6tM rtuner s sear ircfe r L j GOOD WORDS FOR GIRLS Your mother dis your best frigid Have nothing to do with girls who parentlpleasantest thing you know when at meals Do not expect your brother to be as dainty as a girl Exercise and never try to look IS if you were delicate in health Introduce every new acquaintance to your mother as soon as possible Dont think it necessary to get married There is plenty of room for old maids and they are often happier than wives Enjoy the pleasures provided for you by your parents to the fullest extent Thoy will lk that as a re ward better than any otherII Most fathers are inclined to over- Indulge their daughters Make it impossible for your father to spoil you by fairly retuning his devotion and affection Never think you can afford to be dowdy at home Cleanliness hair well dressed and a smile will make calico look like silk in the eyes of a father or brother Do not quarrel with your brother do not preach to him and do not coddle him Make him your friend and do not expect him to be your servant nor let him expect you to be his Dont call yotir mother old woman We often hear that from young men Stop and think how It sounds Old lady is bad enough but the old woman applied to her who gave you life and nursed your Infancy is rude aid unkmd Once it wasII Mother Im hungry mother mend my jacket mother put up my dinner and many such things and mother would spread the bread with butter and stow away the lun chon with her heart brimming with affection for you Now Is she the old woman APPRECIATION At a recent marriage anniversary an appreciative husband thus ado dresses hs wife t To youmy wife as I review the past I am re minded that through all these years you have been a true faithful and loving mother ever readywith a word of encouragement In the darkest hours always willing to bear more than your share of lifes bur dens making many sacrifices for m- own y and our childrens happiness and comfort and I feel that sur rounded by the perplexities and vexation of a busy life I may have fallded to show to you my apprecia tion of your many virtues Success supposes conditions and preparations for itthe energy self abnegation weight brings brawn and breadth and dignity strength wisdom and skill We cannot jump safely Into success we are likely to get kurt and fall batk disheartened to where we belong Some try to succeed by jumping into their fathers shoes but these shoes do not fit and causes the youth to walk so awkward that he generally makes a fool of himself Nearly everything of real worth has to be earn ed To ne appreciated and judici ously appropriated our possessions must have cost their value The toll and struggle and plodding that brings gain brings also the mature experience through discipline and hard knocks that make up stalwart manhood and permanent success Boys when you speak of your father dont call him lithe old man Of course you are older now than when you were taught to call him father You are much smarter than you were then you are much more manly looking your clothes fit you better your hat has a mod em shape anh your hair Is combe- differently In short flyer than you were then Your father has a last years coat a two yearold hat and K vest of still older pattern He cant write such an elegant note as you can and all that but dont call him the old man Call him father nor years he has been rust hag around to get things together Weak Lung- sBronchitis IFor over sixty years doctors have endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs colds weak lungs bronchitis con sumption You can trust I medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you hive a hard cough 910 beit kind ot a UitlraonUl Bold tor brlate y r Y1e br J O AFI CAIAII1rwA1 tMr9 susimuu shtudertN- oavbvaat w uIY rrrr riI r Avers Pllln keop tho bowels regular All vegetable and uontlv Inxatlvo he has been held to the thorny path of uphill industry and the brightest half of life is gone from him for ever but he loves you though he gees along without saying much about it therefore he not so ungrateful or so inconsiderate II A wire man rhak eth a good father HAPPINESS If you would increase your happi ness and prolong your life forget your neighbors faults Forget the temptations Forget the fault find ing and give little thought to the cause that provoked it Forget the peculiarities of your friends and only remember the good points that make you fond of them Forget all personal quarrels or histories that you may have heard by accident and which if repeated would seem a thousand times worse than they are Blot out as far as possible all the disagreeable of life they will come but they will grow larger as you re member them and constant thought of the acts of meanness or worse atE malice will only tend to make you more familiar with them Ob literate everything disagreeable from yesterday start out with a clean sheet for today and write tip on it for sweet memorys sake only those things that are lovely and lov able THE POOR The cold weather of the weeks that are past has set us all to thinking of the poor We wonder to how many of us the weary dreary phrase of hopeless poverty is anything more than a romance Sitting in wr warm and comfortable homes by pleasant fires with luxurious beef waiting to receive our well fid bodies we can have no more com prehension of what grinding poverty means than an angel in the full glory of paradise can know of the deepest depths of hades Think of it I No fuel Absolutely none No bed but piled up rags little children wailing with cold and help less with hunger closets bare as old TheDodging DodgingPeriod f a womans life la the Mine often riven toto chmiRe of life Your menses coo at lone Intervals end grow smaller untilI they stop Tito change lists three or fouryears and causes much ruin and suffering trytaldeg WII OF OFCARDUI Wenuns Xefujk In DlMreos I I It qukkl relieves the pain nerv ousness Irritability miierablen tolldashes weakneu UrN ffeeling tic uuaghthis rourDfYou an girt It at all druo U In St 00 bollUs DEATKIrJa turtrrdla1 w 0 j Mother Hubbardsj smells that each high heaven In their foulness end in their depth of poverty to which even our imaginations cai scarcely descend lies lurking curse like the wild beast in its lair The kordklneisof poverty eats out the soul of a man as a tiger drinks blood Brutality apathy the cruelty of hends are begot when pride and ambition die utterly Would that our charities could strike deeper seek to humanize as well as feed encourage and reanimate as well as dothe We are all of us aft to Rather our skirts about us hold our notes and avert our eyes while we hand out our garments and our bread Blessed be the soul that iis inspired enough to go down Into the shadows and lend a helping hand To be very poor and yet carry ia clear life and keep alive ambition and hope Is like seeking to set ia white rose growing in the bosom of a pitCommissioners Sale Fulton Circuit Court Kentucky M P Maupin Exr vs V Brolly Hiram Kearby et al By virtue of a Judgement and Onlsr of Saletf Fulton Clrouit Court rendered at the Sept Term thereof 1906 In the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Hicknun Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on the 21st day of January 1907 at 10 oclock A M or thereabout being Circuit Court day upon a credit six months the following described property towlt One hundred and thirty Bores of laad in Fulton County Kentucky aad being a part of the Southeast Qr of sea 22 T1 Range 16 West Also another tract of land con taming six and two thirds acres in Fulton County Kentucky and lying in the Southwest comer of the North most Qr of Sec 2J T I Range i6 WestAlso a strip of land off the West side of the Southwest Qr of See 3J T 1 Range 6 West beginning at theM W owner of the S W Qr of Sec 3J thence sottth 160 poles to a stake thence east 15 poles to ia stake thenoe north loo poles to ia stake thence west 15 poles to the beginning leu the lands sold by H M Kearby which are excepted from the above description Mh lands being described as follows All of the S Eo Qr of Sea 22 that ies north of Hamby Pond 7 acres more or less Also a strip In the S W corner of the S W Qr 01 Sec 25 T 1 Range 6 West beginning at the 3 Cypress corners betveer See 22 23 26 and 17 thence east 15 pole thence south JO poles to the beginning containing J acres more or less The above described tracts of land contain about 14Q acres be longing to the estate of Hiram M Kearby deceased Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchaser with approved security or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until aid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to comply promptly with these terms J R Milner- Commissioner Croup can positively be stopped In 20 minutes No vomiting nothing to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and safe Syrup called Dr Snoops Croup Cure does the work and does it quickly Dr ihoops Croup Cure is for Croup alone remember It does not claim to cure a dozen ailments Its for Croup thats all Sold by Ml Dealers The Ninth and Tenth Cavalry and the Twentyfifth Infantry Including- all the negro soldiers in the regular army in this country have been ordered to prepare for service in the hihpplnos and will sail at different times between March 5 and June S- of this year The only other regl ment composed of negroes the Twentyfourth Infantry is now do- Ing service in the Philippines The fool destroys his own health while drinking to the health of olkaa- yy I r The HICKMAN jtaVff is pleased to place at the disposal of I its customers the facilities gained during twenty years of continu ous service and growt- hOARUTIHERS OAJ J atilt POPULAR LTJNOIT PAltlJI Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc Dont fail to hoar tho Kleotrio CA PilnlII a 4 I Will build you A HOMEON 10AHY MONTHLY IAYMl 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 outru hardware sash and doors to M found to the city M are right You be the judge call and sec A DCDDS trtrr11 r 1Vtt YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Quality at a Low Price Each Buggy with n written Ktar antce For expert horse shoeing and blacksmith workof all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cuttm W J BARB Y HICKMAN KENTUCKY IIDrs ftrch ots 31k CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis t Thnt wo offor to depositors Othor t UucomontH nro of Rooondary important Upon this Guarantee we salted your pnlrnna J A THOMPSON I IL BUOHAiNANT Proaiclunt DZOTORBH HUtHim J J C WIMUJKAXTi u II III t I iftl JW AIKXAMIKK K M ISIKK Jlr J Hm i rtMn I T A LKDPUKI a HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1 4 Tom Dillon SrII WiJu- ccessor to B C Rarov Marble and Granit- eMonuments CURBING STONE WORK of J Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY atr JIot=JiIC X Better Printing For Less Money rTHE COURIER k J = J