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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r s MII t 1- r VuCn1t OuiTMitced 110 Y5- OPodttvoly D THE HIeKMAN COURIER rflfltVtno +i S is thr TMm that Pulls 11o CtmtancM Wagon up for Hill of Succun The Coerirr hat a SpMkin Good Turn Crust tht Mxln if Your IUfM OU Un and Lets Hitch Tipii ris VwWwS Simiorr HICKMAN FULTON COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY JANUARY 18 1907WHOtc xo B2JIIJR Ira LaIC011culiB Gourl LIookc f Ir Coming Term of Fultoi County Circuit Court BANNING ON JAN 21 fIi htvonc Commonweltii- I aces BottlcRging Much In Evidence ir JJanuary tens of the t tourt will ooavcne at at w Hidunan Moo I J i J Burr pmidiag sad Com Mtonty W H Hester siel4 by County At mili pfOMcutio A will IM before the court w j wiaUi term me is Iht grand juror rh UW pry Tit bt w rat day of UM term nrll C Ga1Joan PkldaII alt I H rr J T PUmmrr J A Burnett i iirt SNSvto y Morns DillonII Marry KhM Dave M NteaoU JaySiwadlin Ii JJ5y Miry ThreUeM I lred PurhaU Y uaUtt of the Pem I Mcb the raf lar Petit rieeistf 10 fct MMn oof 4ftf of the term ry 3Ri OC Wolberto Seth ltlwht T M Franklin Henry Maddox I ton W U Btrtaal I 4 jif Betof Bryaat Williams- en WRBWort DBWIteoa J H Newbtrry Gao Media- I R L Campbell C H Roach ta Ski Dodd Goo Aisne derI R A FWds iflJeitDavis f1 W Dart t FACTN DOC aft t s srrmMry of the JodlsH set for the IfI the term Tuesday murder mi stttisjf up and op IIlittorotianC liquor to- M retailing whiskey ortkMUioK whiskey h wuuar thetMrit rarer tuult with siaad rS s H sl paring r mertay un- naet rv totgb Mttl Iljfl nr M otl kraaih ff the hote05 roohluee use ofr Hite 00110 erarryhig anw ofhal common nut hr U tt al Summon nut Y r hol Mat selling liquor rhbx+c fIWtnrlng liJtCe rstit1us shooting Ir 8I whiskeyov e whiskeyit 0 LOOK AT THESE Reduced PricesAnd then come and look at the clothing L w- tou will rant ho disnppoiiitod but will fled a great stock of Suits and Overcoats brokon lotsono I of n lulhut nil Htylinh and of olio boat fubrios nud nil priood with but one objeob in viow OrIIII tihiiti to inuko n nomplfto flunrniioo Iho roduotionfl rnngo from QS to SC PER CENT l l 1 I 1 iMart Marx I 20 Per Cent I The will need another suit before the Winter Is over We are making great efforts to reduce our stook mens awl the groat reductions we have mad on all boys llthtng Banta and offering values in all grads Come wit glue you an to a good suit at a wb feaml look over the stock i the patterns anti styles nil good saving See the bargains at and youll need another pair before Spring Reduced priest are 120 100 200 up to 125 to 400 J 1 cHerbert Scott breach of the peace Clay Braswell et al gaming Bert Wallace carrying concealed deadly weapons lieu Hunt el alt common nuisance Lee Scott ct al oamman HnUanct I C Brown forgery 4 aim John Adalr a woman against her will Joe RUM breach of the posy Prank Ferrincr coneoal deadly weapons 2 caws Prank Ferriner toast opt lion law Chas Ikown localI op lion law 2 cases Arthur Allen local option law Jim Burch violating local option law Smoky a negro soiling whiskey Will Taylor selling whiskey are the Commonwealth Suits Suits that sold from 500 50toSuits tthat sold from 850 00toSuits that sold from 2501 to 1 1500now 750i Overcoats Overcoats sold from 550 4to750 now 400 Overcoats sold from 850 00toOvercoats that sold 8OtoHART SHAFFNER MARXsuits Overcoats only a of celebrated 50soldCojMrrighr tw SiliafTnrr II Reduction onGreatReductions on BOYS CLOTHING MENS TROUSERS ofboy oar are exceptional oapotiunity pufcnaw are stanml 4- 00Smith 1 mberg= h detaining carrying od violating violating violating Following that that and few this cases in which the defendant is on bona or otherwise before the court making a total of eightyone Com monweallh casos on the court docket Ilan Morris ot al willful trespass JOMSOD bond lion Morris et al gaming Janes an bond J W Cowglll selling cigarettes otc on bond Lee People appeal case on bond R S Murphy soiling whiskey 6 ease on bond Jim Mile hunting on the SnbbatH Jot Jackson petit larceny Mat Hammonds conducting a dis orderly house lion White ot al gaming Frod Kvans ot al gaming Jim Brndberry breach of the ponce H F Oliver carrying concealed deadly weapons Walter Allison et al disturbing public worship a James LaMoore violating local I option law 6 cases Jim Cook violating local option lawMyrtle Gilbert forgery CIVIL DOCKICT Following are the continued equity oases set for the third dayof the term Wednesday January 23 W W Meadows el al vs S D Mitchell et al R A Mltohel et al vs Stoddard County Bank and consolidated cases M E Chambers ot al vs S W Parts ot al J F Royster vs Sarah Jonos et al J C Orr et al vs J W Roberts of atPulton Wholesale Grocery Co vs W A Scruggs W K Hall vs W W Meadows- W A Dodds vs Mary A Crowder- et at Southern National Bank vs T L wL- t LP n Patterson et at E Jamison vs City of Fulton et al J W Long vs R J McAdoo- J G Boasley et al vs Mrs G H Beasley et al- Commercial Bank of New Madrid Mo vs Dr John D Adams- F B Atterberry et al vs Snllie Attcrberry ot al Junto Smith vs Raslus Smith Mrs Lou harper et al w E lies ier et al W A Terry vs Mary E Osgeod otal J W Roney vs Goo Kwlng J W Roney vs Jim Ullln ct al H C Amberg vi W G Perry admr et al Mrs M Adams vs J R Adams- J F Knoerr et al vs Lottie Bry ant et al M P Maupin admr vs H M Kcarby eta I Mrs Dora Beaver vs Grace Bea ver et al 0 rl Jj 4oAr Jj 4 I Mott Ayers et al vi Mrs Lillian Hall et al J J C Bondurant vi H E Mc McMurtryJ Bondnranlvs W E Smith eta Mrs Della Oman vs Jake Plant Owen Bowman et al vs D B Wilson et al Mrs Eunie Lannom vs Edward P Lannom et al Rosa Parker vs C C Parker- J N Hall ezr vs Nettie MoDow ell et al- Following are the equity appear ance cases set for the third day of the term Wednesday January 23 Ola Johnson vs W T Johnson Ed Blanton vs Maggie Blanton Mrs M E Carver vs H T Car ver Mrs Jennie McClure vs Mrs Lou Harper ot al Mrs Isabel HInshaw vs W T HinshawiR T Morris vs W A Morris John Butler vs Lizsle Butler I Len Routen vs Halite Routen W A Dodds vs W 0 Craddock Mary Maupin et al vs J CrGraves et altMary Jackson vs Israel Jackson Bottle Haselewood vs D T Has elwood Mattie Oliver vs H F Oliver J D Kennedy vs E D Wallace E1 Warford ys R A Warford 4 J A Marshall vs Lonnie Glide well et al A E Mitchell vs H A Tyler Following are the continued or dinary cases set for the third day of the term W W Meadow vs J F Glem 4 mons et al s el altFirstBrowder et al First National Dank vs J B WU llama et al- Commonwealth of Kentucky vs F W Cook Brewing Co 4 oaseseJ W Long vs R J MoAdoo First National Bank vs J K WalkerMrs s M Waddox vs B B KIm berlinContinental Jewelry Co vs A F OlivertR A Pierce It Son vs Will Chllders et al Hickman Newspaper Co vs E R Gibbs 0 F Hammond vs Sam Blnfordtt Jus T Burton vs Will Chlldors et OIl i CobleWalker Grocery Co vs S E Halford consolidated oases Fulton Klectrfo Light and Power Co vs H F Oliver- L W Graham vs E C Rice et al Mrs Saute Kepner vs Tern Garret al w Mrs SaUte Kepner vs Tom Garr and E L Loud E C Rice vs I C R R H P Johnson vs M 0 R R Dark Tob Growers Association vs J B F Newton Mrs Lena Thomas vs Leader Publishing Co Rosa Parker vs Lender Publish ing Co Following are the ordinary ap pearance oases set far the fourth days W A Gras vs D A Luton B ttle Gardner vs W S Hampton I 1 Ellison Merc Co vs C L Walker R T Tyler vs RncinoSattley Co J W Roney vs Q W Taylor Maggie one vs M W A L W Graham et al vs H F Oliver Joe C Hawkins et atos Martin CondorJ Adams vs N C St L Ry Hugh C Piles vs R M Chowning I W A Head vs Julian Choate 1 John C Taylor vs I C Ry Jas T Burton vs I C Ry Continued on page Si f- Y y to p iIifififTHE HICKMAN iiII B T BElLE w a sruBB PrrN1n- I j 0 IBU- NIdkad == Jco ONE DOLLAR PER YEARI CASH IN ADVANCE H intent HI IM UkkniMi KMiluclrv IM 4fl1oA reod elmss mail matur Friday January 18 1007 I II I Aa early sprint means a Match 0JI J the tailor 1 R Is the tentiment to tester of I soIbeanttfM to tile bride ga I swatIra I single one year or go 1si other state to be married if a S jcbiltHouston becomes a law This we W be a good law for every state aa+ t he Reports of progress of the organ 1 isation to Kentucky where fiftyfive as of the 119 counties have beta or garrison ad over 700 locals started t were nude at the State fathering of the American Society of Equity at Frankforti Live Lib were Loft to time roosts of io SOflM houses by tW r0C tliflff goodtI ia aa hmndatsd section near Owens 1 1boro according to reports received plot Those who relate the story sty tbs food seemed furnished wsbyflooded homes had run low I If there is one thtog more than an other la oer experience to publishing- a of sail newspaper that makes us c ctired It is the practice atc that I t tell us that we must not say anything I about this or that thing that has hop of peaed There are two sides to every euyIpaper should not report everything A new game calluediter de light Is attracting attention aad to should become very popular wary where It is played to this whe- T ke a sheet of ordinary writing paper and fold H up carefully to cleetog a bank taste sufficient to payb I all arrears sod a year to advance and tomatt to the editor Keep an eye on i1IodferI the trick works like a charmsRex IAoaonttacthe number of Christians In the world In 1906 1ia 4J9729SJ8 It wilt be sees from this table that to 1500 yean the pia was 100000 000 In 300 years tile pbs was 100000000 MOre Then to the mat hundred years the pia was 300000000 In tM last hundred years therefore the gain was as muoh as to the eighteen previous centuries j Our teachers are working hard and suaeossfolly but they never know whether their work is appreciated oro not unless they have some intimation to the elect from the patrons of the schools Parents should make it a point to visit at least the rooms to whisk they have children Kindly vkma from parents have an inspiring influence both for teacher acd pupilsc and if the visit be accompanied by aa occasional word of eAOOUraII went so much the bettor The Adams law in Teanassee winI prebably be extended during the pro seseioa of the legislature of that state At present it permits tfcocalc of liquors only in incorpor atoll cities of 5000 or more If it t SI1 AliT K STAJ IRLIVKRY FEUD amt SRLE STAKK Splendid i mr at reasonable prices Phone No 104 to wC liquorRI nessee within tour muss of any school house except in woorporattd cities of 150000 or more This will permit the sale only to Nub tile awl Memphis JOHN SHARP WILLIAMS John Sharp Williams of Mbitsc ippi Democratic loader to the house it one moot whom we air for nil wiMiblc views on the race question He hut in our opinion shown evi data of more Seaman common sons through his interviews with the news papers sad in his lectures in regard to the race questiod tier may other mar whoever he way be There is lieIsofas nearer expressing the salver at opinion of the south on this 1UbI than may other maa ever ties Mr Williams as ever other sensible white mar tavors giving the negro opportunity when he shows that is deserving and is competent fats on the other daad he realises others do that the situation to tbeI Sooth has assumed and is assuming such proportions that it becomes not only a crying need but absolutel- yreasrary to take some drastic meas are to protect the Interests of the south He says What I want tae- psople of Miulssippliuid of the South do is rot to remain inactive until he North acts but to handle the problem to Mississippi for Miailssip place sad to Georgia for Georgians and so forth Loather words to do just what we have been doing when adopted our new constitution South Carolina and Louisiana adopted theirsto wit act for our j solve instead of remaining inactive Futbermore what I want is for us toII continue to act for ourselves instead making an appeal to the nation toI ad I want to MId our destinies to the hollow ot our own handsaad not J permit them to be raid by out J shim as tit result of a new agitationJ the race question over the United States old among politicians to eoN gees Precisely what the people in the delta have done to build their own levees at their own expense that is precisely what I want the South to do with regard to the race question settle the relattonihip between the races in the South for itself without walling for the North to settle it first because we cannot afford to wait on the North and because the North pe0pleill country to build their levees and help pay for them then they ould certainly have been doing something very analagous no what the governor is now doing towit appealing to the people of the United sections where there is no question as well as sections whore there is When the people of the delta want to build a levee all they oak of the people of the hills is to be permitted to handle their own attain at their own expense WRen the people of the South quatiaathawant of the North is to be let alone to handle their own affairs at their own expense There is not a man in the swamp who would be willing to lot the hills coy where the levees should be built how nary milts of them when tiee work was to be done and so forth because the resident of peoplefsolute vital interest to the question tlteywould If you are Constipated dull or bilious or have a sallow lifeless complexion try Laxets just once to- M what they wilt do for you Lax eU are little toothsome Candy tab lets nice to tat rice to elect No griping no pain Just a gentle lax attybeet that is pleadingly desir ale Handy ler the vest pocket or purse Laxsts meet every desire Las Mi come to you in beautiful lithographed racial boxes at 5 and 10 cents Stacker Taylor Dead Hon Stacker J Taylor died at his home in Dawson Springs last week Mr Taylor was one of the counsel for the defense to the mur der trial whine John Jones killed Jas Glenn in Hickman Ifwe quote correctly he versed and spoke these lines in his argument to the jury ponyItsNo one saw him ride it ten anti John Cok Corr Want Column 44 r t LiIPnw O w v LiW r1 ru r4t We u L i t r M eK y- nr + Nnrwtu k tfumAMwr- FOR SALE six lots and three houses in East Hickman on South side of Moscow Ave For term ap ply to John H Nelson POR SALEAll my household and kitchen furniture Will sell dirt cheapsee them over Helm k Ellisons storeJ M Knaebel For Sale 650 acres of hardwood timbered Und 4 to 6 miles above Hickmaa iit the Mississippi River Bottom SO acres cleared For parttoularc address B G HALE Hidu Notice All persons indebted to me are re quested to come and settle tusk accounts by January 30 or same will be plied to the hands of va oAeer for collection Geo Edmonds WANTEDGentleman or lady to travel for Mercantile House of large capital Territory at home or abrnad to suit If desirable the home tatty be used as headquarters Vfeekiy salary of 11000 per year and irpiae es Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hickman Ky J7 WANTED Men and w seen Sa each county as Field Managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary W per month paid weekly and sash advanced or expenses No capital- or experience necessary Position permanent Address NnaTirWBtr taM Co JAJ Wabash ave Chicago WANTXDFpr U S army aWe bodied unmarried men between sees of 21 and 15 citixeMOf United States of good character sad tem perate habits who car speak read and write Xagliah for Information apply to recruiting oScar 1M N Court St Memphis Teen t Me Male st Ion 11110 Ark v acttui Mini i MempMs Turn or JUsm man Ky J3S Woodland Mills Mk Katherine liirnw is vary ill Jim Odom returned te Parajoahi Ark last week MiMLaesk CurlM visited Mte Finds mAsM Sunday Miss Mary aims visited her par sots Saturday and Sunday Miss Sadie Fry was the pest eC Miss Lola Jeer of Dreadea met week Miss Dora mesa returned homo Wednesday from a pleaseat visit m Barlow Ky- Mesdames JfcaneaY and Cvctta were the guests of Mrs James Bur rue Monday lobo Davis has retomcd slur a pleasant visit to relatives and riemfe to Roewvli M M Herman Cross of Blytheville Ark visited his grandmother Mrs Sallie Cross last week Barred Plymouth Rock Poul tryE B Thompson Strain We have on hand more stock than we care to carry if we cant sell at our price we will sell at yours Now is your time to gst a start of pure stock Come and see 32 Jennie V McClure Troy Ave ABSOLUTELY The Besto I Millionaire Canned Goods HEINZS VARIETIES Pure Food Products CHASE A SANBORNS COFFEES and TEAS Call on or telephone us when in need of GROCERIESFRESH MEATSFEED Telephone 6 3 deliveries LBnor Ran e l- V Resolutions of Respeot On January 11 1OT the Death Angell quietly came into our midst and summoned from among us our esteemed Swoivign John W Stow from our Camp to the Sovereign Camp above In the death of iov Stowe the Camp feels a personal loss While he was a great saffcrer for- man months he ever looked to the oomfort and pretettietof his family and was at all times resigned lo the will of the Great Ruler sad Whereas John W Mow was a charter mearnsr of this camp there fore be it- Resolved That m death of Soy Stowe Urn Camp J Wae me j of the WorM hat met Member stauaoh and ttve his family a Rood and kind husband and father Resolved That we do not ques boa the Jsdem of the Divine One to removing our Brother from a us and bow m humble eabmismon the Almighty God i Resolved That we extend to the bereaved famOr and loved ones thouens heartfelt sympathy sad point I tc a day of glad reunion whe t their lnvd ones shall abide to thtir presence forever Resolved That memorial page be set apart to our record book thatI a copy of these resolutions be fur nished the Hkhmaa Comb a copy to the Disk WoMhnaa and Sovcreige Visitori and a copy to the faadyI s D Latoay Coatrtlttoe H F R ealey f F S Moor Cold with Prevoatios sateis to let It run and oars afterward Taker at the oLe ac stage Preveatics will head of alli colds and Grippe sad perhaps save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis i Preveotics are little toothsome candy cold cuss tablets selling in 5 cud atL 25 cent boxes U you arc chilly I if you begin to mans try Preveatics Titer wID surely check till I pwaseyou Sold by AU State Line Aone-w L days last week Miss Lena ThrellBehl w the glmest f trUadsto Dremtoa T C Merry of MemaWs nos this vicinity an kulinea Wdmudny- J W Maddox and L D Maddoi buttwenewThe roads are almost lnmpeaible= We hope the road ovenwers will attend to um in due season Jas Maddox atteaded the max riafle of W C Ratty and Mla Car rie Halt neat Union CHy Tuesday- W J Maddox has returned trema Nashville His eyesight is mud improved by having new bases AN to his eyes Mies Jessie Braefletd returned to her home at McKeniie altar a plea seat visit with Misses Jennie Burrus and Nannie Shaw Mr and Mrs C C Bontwrant recently married have begun house ktoptog at the home of Mr Bandu rant known as the Powell place Pioty vs Business The business man sees some things others dont He sometimes sae the earthly value of heavenly things very dearly Take the foil owing from the Wall Strut Journal as aa ilhtwra toss t What American needs more then railway extension and Western irritation and a low tariff and a big Sir wheat crop and a merchant ma rine and a new navy is a revival of piety the kind mother and father used to have piety that counted It good business to stop for daily fami ly prayer before breakfast right to the middle of harvest ithnt quit field work a half hour early Thursday night so as to get the chores doses and RO to prayer meeting i that borrowed money to pay the preach ers salary and prayed fervently in secret for the salvation of the rkh man who looked with scorn on such unbusinesslike behavior Thats what we trod now to clear this country of the filth of graft and of greed petty and big i of worship of tine houses and big lands and high office and grand social funs tions What is this thing we are wore shiping but a vain repetition of what decayed nations worshiped just be fore their light went ouU n rl tnr THE SHARE THAT PASSED Young Willlie was toadof ton ing awl did nt muchrare whether m WIll tIngor not so lung M he NeW indulge in his favuntu tpastime lie was busy with his ml and liMo one day when a gamekeeper mess along and qyed him with none too much affeetion You must clear out o tWail ho aid with a wiUierhw air of authority this part of UM river iMtoiiga to the earl ef ArlingdaR Moat due itf lI dtoVt knew UMM declarad ANIUI tart lie MIlt mmsivtily lakl aaid Ma ml ami line Mad began to read The hsepsr want away but on n tvraiHff aloe form Willie buoy Mi isg sgatal Didnt I these waters WI to the tati A rluwIhe roared Ok yea mid Willlk yen told rhotowhole blressnl vfticr sisal helemf lo blueIlitby mag tape OLDTIME DARBBR3 wasrea lengthy upetation and taubal ojs vicsil variona methods of amaeiag their ast=ae while awaiting their tarn Tfcey gmerally prmukd err maamal iimUnuneaU sw I as a guitar or stbW In oM pHtuni the shav erg keels ttttod into fir shin until a resent pemd barbwra WPTT wear 1 to blend a patkmt antI vrn rttrart teeth Ill Umcam the familiar hare bars pole with Iks rd sfurnl evil af crop is a iCMsBfcarncc of the taff tile aiMfmm gave his nefwnrr le gm f wale III ww bang Mnl The lope or hcaoago was twisted round tMw pale which win nit in fur was plamd osmrnle the wlInr Thw staff wu by ovior lets ostwi 1 lr A surgeons door as a sign of his pm firs and Iw seatsinm the pawed pel was sahsttratod as K siflM clad the rigkt to ass it we axc dearDealas w NOT THAT KINDCi Last gcaaay Ute t achsr ex taiiiMl m sssapk mipig tke wVfltlaH of tke soj to tie mcmthfta of the dam eadiag with the iaJrre hissMsee would ask maesas to repeat what she bad sahL Tin Munn wane soma finished awl tkaa the toMlMr slthisesnrg a little girt said Masai what must ym do to sew your smdf MJMMM was conlMnnW She lnnsg her bend nituWMM aid did not UIWWt moment the Infantile wit raiMd kh bawl Well Jimmia wlMt must Mamio bur wulf awntod the tosrsawhis theodcfIM NpIy f vl- etd I KaUne you ever been UfcofraflteTMw Evebeenyou FIRST ARMORED SHIPS The first amount we liars of an arniorwl skip M in IBM It WM one StJohnand it is said to have sucveMfullv AtUtothoIrfItUcirdtICbwrouglilfroM plates as a defray for thoProneh lortinA POLICEMANS QUESTION This soot maam in reserved for women and children Well Im a w man Yea but whereUI ywu akil dre1Ir 10- iii TALK IS CHEAP reel Mima W T- lLRUMAGO The sIdrh 1 1r MAKES RHEUMATISM GO W tmrtt Ul tmt UU- mh la nMur WIM tI arced an 6rA tIn is IIIIMtfMATiaM r n e vbr et k rut uo riik Aa T T SWAYNE A Wise Old Owl There ate always II e The tWt- ecktoa reports this mi Isaac Hettvaager it- ecreeck t Mon 1 polo Frttftf km the alarmed at the yon atonal off a taw aeeoadi shot reached him To Kidnap VV S Taylor Socmliet year at to Taylor former gown t with tie aloe of fake ladlanopolti to Kcotuck livered to also feoturt for trial on the rbart iI the late WiUuji Gou aealirate + t WiiM r1tlnl for ion Taytofaeekt 4C in ItttO The Appeal to lea cuUiat aewepafcr If er ward to say ooe wnu WIi end kidnap Mr Taylor fugitive politic IAII ten 1K TMs kidnapping scheme to bit married out u a tel t ruling of Uw vsprrtr tswUamed Sates u UV M rmUmf OAmm r Meyer Hay wool ao i thews of the Western K Mmers to Colorado vr with complicity in the Gov Steuncoberg of Lu sows arrested and iaki oracc or as tHe SoeUin men aaaert were Jtidr tried to armies strutrMen Irpttene court n was no violation of the to the artw+ and 1 leporuii or wttk eaoiviUH 4 lies lull lilt worsts It is the purpose ofAto put the Taylor our ted Slaw supreme cour way When asked what alert tke offer el a r oltl wwks would ltiiapt said tt Akkengh I wwUh to to the aeiiiayiifMi I tth be heat ion me to make about till Imtolta M very celferte and his r I think hK m to talk little aa jiossltili I try I about my trouble and ttr a osepMcni auJteeV oonrrr r uattoa Mr Taylor did not by the reward offered THE TYPICAL AMERlt LL- WI larM with N Imoq ary as his pidr at 1 hk mrnVst rhl nwehwi UM hpJ howler Iltunirtsuw rnliterary umiiisurr tlIaIJff lThe Now Md of WnaorltmpO 26 Imm1 i I nry with its 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or as a ash r al brgaror th0 tlty Ir acid seeps MrMril aw has boos IOIIM the judge Mid I S ol E Sbta 111- tb rod so111boII tr1 tint w aN sM I nM lYl to aM ON MIl rgdty tad 110 lilt of iN uiy oi ApilIJ I d largest crop of g i- vu or rUad t IM mail b i iIs uort rdte 190S It alts or si fsjtttef IB 1Mr r report lye M stet I t MM Wo raissc rises grates k- raid 190S Iloo a1 Ile a rk l r 4101 rid rtorbsg- qlyis 11111 run dsilsfl for or it Mm IMS Do yet ofthm hnnplrI crops us tIM to ptedua jhele of grate tslen iianc of oar soil the sM110 aUWs acn rsnesrod a great emir IttapuhelldI ilions of 4eUan MIl tallltrU dd4fl ion dmg crop brought and lays Waal art the air about 1 Tab 40 tat price tie 40 Bit r took from the soil lAbir Y M1Misg Ilre shes of pate aaoat 100 amiss dtttart rr told tint we art a rs if o ottaplala- tt hr lets toft business wu the A S of E Was it lor pleasure It1 To wake a leer a grand object and ail to attain iU Or ae determination to fight my which baa hold us fil naMe us pay tribute ying sad selling sad Mrs until we pined a dory It the latter wn to basinets and adopt methods all along the dose tan prefoit Utt- tory Ws have fooled much lime m Ute pest t corresponding about If kels Sad at the same r loUars of tribute to our the trusts The Na cntion declared by a II rote that it must be wiped yaod adopted a oanetiI will enable us 10 pre III of systematic business A Ib will groove like clock ig the line from the In rrnber to the last act of0 I nextLc ting You have a very New Springy Goods showing Embroidery Ginghams Calicoes Laces WHITE GOODS Percales aDd LINENS LINENS I We can boast of showing the Largest and Cheapest line of the above goods in Hickman All these goods were bought last summer at the old prices all of them having advancedsinceEmbroideries advancing fully 25 per cent We are offering all the above lines at LAST YEARS PRICESwhich makes them very cheap at this time We cor dially invite you to inspect our line and prices Baltzer Dodds lap11W part to pn ra ir s float WOfh as an individual mrmt r i Pins pay ftl20 dues wbwh will pny up in full until Jan 1 IttM end you will receive Uptodate Parma a weekly paper worth SI I Ill the time tor this little amount I Pay this as soon as possible to your I secretary as he must report tto January All delinquent does will be wiped out if you embrace this otter at one AU who pay on time will be enrolled on the records as mem ben in pod standing reganttses of OSrVnovrolled osvil be ihas paid Wt are going to get right down to a loyal saitbful determined membership lave a whd foundation and then MUd up an organuation which wilt lieu life and power and bueteees system ir it all the way from tMI individual member to the National headquarter Wo aw startingJ with the full AeUmmmkin to lit tIM country esielndp organised before the oieee of another year to place the farmers te a pttrtkIoo to mate their own priest oft every pro duct of the farm Kentucky iis now enrolling over one hundred members dilly Whit I U Pulton rounty doteg VU is your local unioh doim t Vet are you doing Have 1Mr milmHi your noifhbors to joint Mow ie the the time to oegsslaslelae you plant your crop TIle American Society of tqjMly In accenting the mvUatkm of orpe lad labor to neat them m mints tional convonston their highest body sad taasndmg ronreeentaUves there performed an action wheat influence on future independence prosperity and peace cannot now be shunted Proudest Gomper tpVke wisely when he leittTIM very HrsM m of these rcprosentaUves of the farMters of our country bolos the greatest pod of alt our people II Let oo use be confused The farm srs organisation doss not become a part of the labor organisation nor the labor organisations a part of the faux organisation each te entirety independent of the other as to proceedings and methods It could not be otherwise But the two great classes most as friends on the broad grounds of mutual interests mutual needs and mutual determination to reform abuses that bear heavily upon them both These are ties strong enough to hold them together for all practical purposes and strengthen the ttos of sympathy and friendship BO happily entered into at Mlnneapo We are now a complete line of Madras of ihnr l irri tft armert art- f paler the roatrl of union lA- bor u evrirnrea by the union label and laborers to their purchase are to prefer the product of onion fare ors and in the struggle of sank lor justice and equity tie sympatb and moral support of the other K to be then This rashes a wnnborfa stride tnlahof prsjfsst CURD BLOOD SKIKT1OCTBLB CANeD BLOOD POISON GREAT BLOOD WJWFfltt fluU your blood is batpore thin diseased hot or Soil of MMon iif you have blood poison cancer car bunciee soling sores scrofula ec reps itching rising and lumps scabby ply skis bone pates catarrh rheumatism or any blood or stan dissast tabs Botank Bias Balm B B B according to dirk Uons Soon all sores heat1 aches and pans stops tha blood is mad Send rich leaving tie skin free Erosi every eruption a heathto 1M rich glow of perfect t thu skin At the same time B B B improve the nlfsstion cues dye- Jail psia strengtbons weak kidneys the msdictet for old people astt gives tIMe new vigorous blood Druggists II per large botds with directions for home cure Saspls free and prepaid by writing Blood Bits Co Atlanta Ga Duscnb trouble and special free medical ail vice also sat m soawtMUer B B B is sspodally adrtoed for chronic dee seated oases of impure hIM and skin disease and cures sites alt ohM fails 00 Crutohfield Last weeks loiter MM BId k on the sick list Jim Thomas shipped a oar of hogs Monday Joe Watt is IImproving after a spell of pnonmnnia We are airy to report Mrs Pearl Ntohote as dangoronsty ill Anew aecoinmiilatlOH train has Heft put on between PWUon and Cairo Kvcrolt Russell of Mississippi will visit hit fitter Mrs Pearl Nich all soon Joha Ross and wife of GreenAtlil wire visiting friends and relatives here Monday Miss OHls Ferguson returned home Sunday from Tennessee where she has been visiting Mrs Merry Barber will have an enttrtalnmtnt at Rook Springs It being the last day of school Shaw d Bettersworth solt fresh groccri SJ I dO f1J J Lo 1 0 Death of John Stowe John Stowe well known throughout Pulton county a resident of Ma oel fifteen miles wet of Hickman and one of the wealthiest men in the west sad of the county died at his home Friday January llth and was buried at the City Csmotery Saturday January 13 The fneml was conducted by the Woodmen of the World with a very pretty ant impressive ceremony A large cot eaorse of friends constituted the pro cession that followed the remains to their lest rooting place Mr Stowe had bees a Woodman for tea years He waves i widow sad sight oniktren to morn for him For a year or more he has been m very delicate health but only for the past six or eight weeks hat he bars confined to all bid Death was snowed by Scrods of the liver Through the courtesy of Mr La Moore the remains wore brought Lisa Mabel to Rkkman on the gas oline yacht Helen C LaMoore without chirp In his death Pulton county ai welt as his immediate vicinity lose1 a valuable okUen and hw lodge ia valuable member TIM Courier oaUemls sympathy k- the famRy TIES JOY of 1 Thing is to have good health Ute HerUftc and you wall hue MMmels of Joy You need not bl lice fretful and have that bad taste HerjbIcomplaints K Harrell Austin I Texas writes I have used Harbine for over a year amlftnd it a Ace regulator I gladly recommend It as a fine medl olne for Dyspepsia IISold by Cow Ills thug Store and Helm and Bill sonThe WalkerEdwards damage suit was dismissed in the Circuit Court at Union City Tuesday afternoon complainant piylng the sost amount ing to over 51000 New evidence has been secured by the defense and Mist Walker decided to aban don the suit A D Soars of Union City died Saturday night and was burled Sun day He had suffered from a stroke of paralysis for about five years Miss Annie Lee taylor of Union Citywas married Sunday to Robt O Brown of Longvlcw Tex RevI Castleberry ol1klI1tadI Open night and day Elite Cafe Ii i Ij4J Illinois Central Wreckat Bardwcll The most disastrous wreck ever known on this division of the Illinois Central railroad oeourod within the corporate limits of Bardwoll last Friday nigtt at about 11 oclock Pour sere dead as a result one large engine a total wreck and some 10 or 12 freight oars are piled along side the track a veritable man of scrap iron and kindling wood while the cargo of sugar molasses linseed oil glycerine etc is scattered pell moll and the small drains and creeks adjacent ran with oil and molasses Both trains were northbound and the one in front in charge of Conductor Ball and Kngincer Ivcrson had stopped to set out a ear which had a defective brake While the crew was thus engaged the second train in charge of Conductor Joe Smith and Engineer Lee Merritt and Flagman Will R Teagoe came around the curve down grade and failing to take notice of the block signals or caboose markers until too late crashed into the rear of the standing train with the calamitous result noted above Fireman Charley Hogan of Jack son Tom jumped from his cab but vas caught in the mss of iron and timber and was killed outright Bug neer Merritt escaped with a bad scalp wound and other minor injuries wm Teague ef Lexington Tenn flagman on the still train was killed John Good of No 314 Market street last St Louis and R C Pickering Granite City Ill two transients were mutilated beyond recognition Two large oil tanks were thrown from the car and poured oil promis cuously over the whole surround lugs Both tracks were badly torn up and traffic suspended untill noon the next day The loss is great It is thought by some that Engi neer Merrit was guilty of gross nag U once by running over the block when signals were up A warrant charging him with voluntary man slaughter was issued by Judge Ray and Merret placed in custody but was released on a 3000 bond for his appearance for examining trial No need to be saving with coal when you can get it at the price made by the Hickman Ice and Coal Co Read their ad in this issue Telephone not 48 Judge Naylor fined Jim Patterson- a negro 60 for selling whiskey I Monday In default of payment the negro was looked up OUR PLATFORM Land the Carnegie Library Make an effort to put in a sys tern of arc lights Extend the city limits and In crease revenue and population Work for Hickman every min uteand dont begrudge the time Build a new Opera Houseone that will rank with other things In Hickman Pave Clinton Street make it the best in the State for the num ber of square Inches More of generous manhood and womanhoodand less of narrow guage 2x4 aristocracy Build and operate a flour mill 20000 are sent out of town an- nuaflywithout a ROod uxeuse Give our churches and schools bettor support and help every worthy cause and orginazation Make lazy whites and negroesIwho are physlcially indisposed I and attioted with drygoodsboxitls hit the pike Levy a special tax for the con struction and maintainance of a better system of public highways In Fulton county Keep pushing the new railroad propositions that are now unde- rooaelderationdont give it up Hustle while you wait Build one hundred new cottages ln Hickman enough to supply the demand and our pouplation will teach 4500 by 1908 Open an addition to Hickman and give us room to spread cut give people a chance to build outside the congested districts Get the Commercial Club in active operation combine the progressive energy of ourbusiness nlenaoo watch the old town gettara hump on herself Its a pleasure to tell out readers about a Cough Cure like Dr Shoops For years Dr Shoop has fought against the use of Opium Chloroform or other unsafe ingredients common ly found in Cough remedies Drff Shoop it seems has welcomed theePure Food and Drug Law recently enacted for he has worked along similar lines many years For near ly 30 years Dr Shoops Cough Cure containers have had a warning piin led on them against Opium and other narcotic poisons He has thus made it possible for mothers to pro trot their children by simply insist ing on having Dr Shoops Cough Cure Sold by All Dealers To Whom it May Concern I was in Gulfport Miss from Oct 18th to Nov 1st and found a prosperous towa of 7 years old with 13000 busy people JO miles of stir tric car lines running I have some acreage land and town lots listed with me for sale and I think there is a grand speculation to buy now So come and see me and I will give you a history of it 25 t L J R Brown Lees Birthday Celebration- The Daughters of the Confeder acy will celebrate the 100th anni versary of Gen Robert E Lees birthday at the court house tonight i VI An excellent program on which is music recitations and addresses will be rendered There will be no charge for admission the entire program will be free to everybody and you are extended a cordial invitation to be present The local Chapter is sparing no expense or pains to make this occasion one of pleasure to their friends and are very anxious for a large and ape preciative audience to greet their r efforts The program follows OrcheltraIntroductjonRev Johnson Vocal SoloMiss Fuqua ti Sketch of the Life of Robt E Lee MJss Brevord Duet Messrs Johnsdn and De lawAddressMr R T Tyler Poem Sword of LeeMiss Blanche Helm- Orchestra Old fashioned Pumpkin Pies at lhe K K branch office 4 1 r lrl elil Y e- Ir 4 r NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC- We give below some of the most important rules and regulations governing water and lifbt privUiget We also give the equalised rate on water and litho taking spot February 11907 TWe affects all i users of lights and water RULE 1 AU persons deoirmg te take water from tkfe Company mutt matt nppttcatkM at the Companys oAce seUtftK brut all fiegoodtor which water is to be need opt their ptothat they may be aeI sf ssU according to sstabHsfcsd rait 1 RULE 2 Hydrants or water ixtnros will net be perratttsd fIB ex posed positions or where their me nay be avaHabte te ether promisee r the public RULE J TV Company reserves the riftg to set miler whenever there iis any doubt aa to the quantity of water tteed or wotted or where lures may be available to others The right is resenred to amend or add to the rates and regukuom as experience may show to be aeceesary We will ieeue a pamphtot settinf forth all rules tad rogolaticos totl = pother with rates and aa soon at same hue boa pnhhohsd H wilt to fs r rt be i free to all euttomsrs M well as to those who anticipate patting In 1wateror litbtelaL The Company risers tile right at any time to turn off Use water hi by their mains without notice for tot purpose of mafcMf repairs or exto i in s or for other purpose and persons havtog steam boilers wkMn their premises connected to the water mean direct arc hereby cautioned r against collapse They ors required to supply them from A teak or ds one trm located between the mats and the boiler sad not direct from the wrcc main Rates on Water where Water is not Supplied by Meter ral MeasurementI Rates levied annually nod pajlhto monthly fat advance Parties falling to pay on or before the testis of the month wW be oat oft wfchnot w- njf The foe lee cutting off sod on tsjl00 soak for wiser sail lights Sand this amount will be added to Ute accooot to nest parties desks to be JIIDslatedactttrolt YWUUT MoimnT lath private 1 f N 50 1st tub 5 13N 100 2nd tub I 11 N 711Barber shops 1 chairs or fief 1 II N 1 N tMt fcbar 4 to IiI Bakery iN SO the Liicksmlth Shop 1 fas 1N 51 1M I IIack stlsWasEl Itat J 0 Darks A N SO sit Brick Yards Building Purposes i fI fallsi Cosets private II 0111 0 public lit stall u 11 N 100 U It each additional Mat N 73wo Urmals private c N 10 111public M Ili 100 Dental Office i N 100- I teas Engines S to 15 HPlS 100 Hotels 6 rooms or lessMMM 1N 100 IIeaC atkHtwaal rosea 0 Dwellings 6 roams or lost 1 N 0 JIlt 4sacs additional rtjsjni 1- II oeoupitd by two femHfpju tdM Ice Cream Parlors L 1i ff 110 tile Laundrys Jill 350 Steam Laundrys Sestl Livery Stabli ft 00 600 se O s Fnotograph Galleries 050 50 toPrivate Stables 3 horses or leee0N 50- II Iesdi addfciomrt kejtii of kflk 1 N t 1110dli Strfs genial use i N N that Sodu Fguntaios s IS N 100 at It with tumbler wRoar 11 N Ii N School Ilstlal- Spnnklingtrestt 1 with 1 4 llIth nmmk W ft frr llrless notaete larfar not aHiwtd J J6Q- Spnnklingg yards or gardane Sfelki Steam Boners H P I 4Bm IIIfrJotingFountain IMltbaWater Meter Rates pay aid For GatleN pot 10M sal sisal Onllons Teal 1st 1000 or las monthly S S 100 1000 1 00WI 2nd 1000 II JO L000 150 3nl 1000 41 41 3000 15 for 4lh 1000 40 40 4000 211 a Stir 1000 u 31i 5 ON 170- 2nd 5000 30 111 W050 490 3rd 000 0 171 tSON S 4SII 4th 5000 II 1 1J 20000 6 60 I U 5th SOOf C I 110 7li000 710 I f2nd 25000 I Ort SOOOO 1910 2nd SOOOi 11 t 00 100000 2170 Jnd 100000 IG 16 OD 700000 JT 70u 3rd KJOOOO 15 11 00 300000 57 70 4th KiOoQO u 14 1400 4110Q00 6670 5th looOOO 13 13 00 TOO bOO 78 I 1000I 70II Residence Lights on Flat Rate lit 16 C P Light 75 per mont- hAllotharl6I CI 50 mo ea Mil M c P Light 35mo en W Flat Rate on Allnight Lights in Business Houses eta to1 one light only 16 C P all sight rate 100 per month th J lights or more 16 C P alt night each 7f per month i Store lights usual burning 50 per month i Meter Rates on Lights 10 ampere meter or less entitling customer to lSOOOwntt150 per month minimum All over this amount lOc per 1000 wattsJr 20 ampere meter enttlltog customor to 20000 watts 200 perJJ month minimum All over this amount at lOa por 1000 watts HICKMAN ICE COAL CO A O Caruthers Mgr 1lr t11t IRent or Sole ISNew residence on the hill five rooms and reception hall Bath room and wa ter closet electric lights cellar desirable loca tion Rent reasonable or sellon easy payments L P ELLISON The Rural Telephone Com pany to Enter Hickmnn IMr Allan Davis was circulating a subscription paper Saturday aaa merchants soliciting subscrip UoMJor the purpose of defmymg expenses toward eactendme the tarot company from the Wood nd Mills exchange taro Hickown coonecttaf the tyro ecchaoftt with a trunk liras Than all the sub scribers of the rasa 8JIWM per dollar a year will be entitled to service over Use Cumberland tyotom sad the Cumberland patrons will receive free service to these IU patties wise use the Cumberland service After tots esemsotion hat I boa trade H is probable that Use Woodland tad Jordan exchanges be connected by a trunk line tad if these pate ate the Cuomer lead service it will put Kickman m lUftiotl with Gyce Josdan rouse tittle aid tsar We are told that some prejudice J sitoti among the letter named pi- aeP j s a Gbtisrd people I tree if a fact thcotd not woigk tfcto matter for this only trunk two systems givingI the rorot tooth to the Cambselattd- tosetty eorvJoe dt a very very easel I Afsws one dollar a year hoswo pladsg at their convnilsno tine cII MdaDd ton system The eraatsts Md bsia moo lCfud libet ally roBwdng that k uld be boroAeiwl1 to Useo u Inch- se at M our rural Moods Work will begin on the exteution ptsbably mat week or as soon a ihtwoathor wilt pennH We its mfcrmsd that the Woodland boate- atafsaotte M continually adding new 1 to their system have soar absent ftftoon apnUcatioot Cor htetai jj- 1aUoM which cannot be seeds onOI weather nip permit CAJUU1 NATION fl1y wrslied a look m the tolll- OOrIMOI xbut Milliards Bore i hostel Syrup baa smashed all records a cote for ooogha Bronchitis hsmtoBM and all Pulmonary disease C H Motion Kansas writes I have never found a medicine would cure a cough so quickly Ballards Horeboood Syrup I have used it for years Sold byr CowghTs Drug Store and Sam A IIIII I Capt Tyler Wants Quail Capt H A Tyler who is kit term with phensanta ua that he wants live quell lk law sod cocks sod that he will twentyfive cents sock for hens Oft trcts eseb for cocks The tank most not bs Wiled or so that they will he wont me and to this way It will not be violation of the came law He is very anxious to get a large number of birds in a short time tad paying a good price for them In dome this he Ito doing a great good for the country as every one non ind should be encouraged helped as much as possible 34 Heart Strength Itnrt PtrnMth or ITmrt WmkitM tnriKern 11ua or JIIrn knw i4lnIt11wt 100 sn1Iftt BO reek limn la k hue n+ l K hi It MtwUr oIL It K rlmrt lwriUa list mtU nrrr p1t rwlir ton tjUuTnU fltomra twrn iiwi fVMtar fir llan Men auwl HUM tar mm uw r rt wore Irwluu war 1 =KtMtl VTUboM lhM Utr UMT mrt wUU MA Ibo MrniMwti kwt kfawrr rrs N ntrctWtMrt DrPflr k ltbfl l- antulr IIMMIot- a Irof all 141111 hlmaretillytelIr IowI M B rftU with Dr Shoops RestorativeALL Sewer Mains Stopped Up CV mooed by the recent hen yY and oHinued nilne the sewer math haw tern stopped up fur a week or MItenIiworrythe pityothciala ud to tile swain of the Larlede Hotel It seems that the sewer stooped up between the railroad perk and tIM outlet at the river aid at a re salt the draw water front the helot1 and other places backed up the sew er Mod into the hotel caoeiog a gen endgod Last week it became neccM ry to toy a bucket bri gttsleof boys to cany till water r tilt hotel to the strut seed this aIIUmptrd to locate the fault nt tIM mto m hoot of the hotel1 but to no Mall This afllog a steam nunw was pieced at the railroad park aodI a line of steam pipe run from thet jW2f kotoe This pump was used to pump out all this cumulated I wsoer and eflorts this made to blow the obstruction from the sewer mamI between there and the near Miss Essie Clanton Married Miss Essie CUoton was married I te W A Boyd last v uk at the ra Ideate of Rev W A Pnemao of the Methodist Chorch at F hoo MX Boyd it a son of Dr Boyd el- M a field aott is wall koovno there haviog worked for tot I C at Phi Wtt lor several years Mm Boyd hue head in IWtmo sloe hw family moved there from Hick raa several years ass and ihi towed hjr alt who hoow her The Courier withe them a long life sad modi happiness WHY shookl your baby stolen Whea he fk Crttful suit rottltott dont exfert moot oo him sad OM airy tM this putt neighbor adsL a btUtr of Whhes CTOMO Vermtfoge groatest known worm midleioi and core for aU chUdreot diseosos It to sold in its attics builds up toe syMcn mahet this puoy babies fat Ma J CSNMbTapsl4s writes e JV baby wns this and sickly could not nrum itt food sad all sight I used sew Whites Cream Vermsfogc mad in a tryst days baby wot laughing happy and well Sold by CowgUTs Drug Sioraand Hells R BUioae Route Four Items Mrs S L Eoytter hat been ill but is op apt Uttto Chum Chufc was ooite ill a few ditty mot week Glad te elate that btss J H Saunders to up aphi W JL dark std family sprat SunJav wiUi his tether Mrs eta Mara was shopping j ii Hsehoma SMurdaII I Roy purchased a H j Spjmdtrs recently Muss Pay Saunders spool Sunday sight with Mir NeIUe Roper Mr Lost said family spent Sunday with I L Koyoter sad family Jim Sony sold a trios wt of cattle te Henohel Jdw ibis week Mist Pity Saunders spent Thurs dry night with Moist Virginia Roy terRobert Tyler to preparing to take his heroes te the Lexington sale 1 tOt FebII Mist Vkfttria Koytter was the I peat of Mtot Risky Stay Wednes daymfht Miss Jtttie launiisrs spent Tues day And WeJnetday nights with Miss Lorsne MIMrs J W Ihiroell was called tIf Metropolis III to attend the bttjj ski of motherA loUt wttk we used an Assorialed Press clipping in regard to Mr R T Tyler visit to Washington iin which WILl treated at length the ob ject of his visit and the result of his business relAtions wjth the Depart moat officials In this Mr Tyler tellUI we were incorrect and that the Associated Press dispatch mis represented the object of his visit and the results Have you bought your coal If not why not telephone no48 vvyyyyyyyyiyytyyyyryyeyyiryyyyyynrvyyrrrrrrtt A friend of Man iThe fallowing beautiful little verso was InotwidtJ m Rr sons foinMm at the Methodist church Sunday asjsl b pineiRJ scrapbook EtAtme low in a house beside the mod Where the race of men go by aAsrues wise are good and the men win tt3s ba good sad as bad at L 4 = I woHhT not sit in Ute scorner tout Nor hurt the cynics baa= Let me lire in A house bssids the reade= be a friend te matt tAsAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAU AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1 A Sof E Notice remInn 1905 the grain crop was 4568 000000 valued at 1991000000 In 1906 4688000000 bushels awl valued at 1957000000 showing a gttlse of 130000000 bnshsls and a loss stet 1905 of 940000000 Wags of tot farmers of the U S reduced 4 000000 in 1906 I what theoe figures booty std y they rained 120000000 nary bu1I ell than they did in 1905 These are Secretary Wiltons 0wo Adonis This te an imposition on toe a riel stab elasoes of toe coontry holdup pure and simple sad this IwMt the AI oil ynipttis to put n stop to The coming year prop loss to be one of unusual adlIasscof onion tamers below Hs close Goods manufactured from tarts pro ducts will DOt be recognised by mem bun of trade unions unltt it bran the union laW l this r ooooumatod at Minor I month Fulton oeualy pan of this uaObYkT tbI bring about the rf ult the iog skied at by the iMtk cation every farmer n r ty tea wait from whi h i styeisIIINmenu will be made her where to put the r 4uim wfch the producer hI nets sad yon will reap rmrt orKallAnlretaJan 19 1907 at 1 r court Houso m sstckn out whether yon sees a r yet New ossoora are a for the cnauiog pest W M SHAW S L Serv w For Emergencies at Home for the Slock on the Farm SbearsLiixinveixt Is t whole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 3 IOO Send For Froo BooWel on Horsos Cattle Hojjfc 6r 1il6t y eedAddress Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Masi u Asirst s J CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH I II1 u ru1111 Long distance llnon and tolophonoo of this Company onnbto you to talk almost nnywhoro In Southern Indiana Southern llllnolo Kontuoky Tunnoooao Mlooloolppl and Louisiana Wo can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the pooplo of this trout suction of the oountry d Wo solicit your patronage talus raniion able Equipments and fnollUlao unour paanod wrI I Kitchen Plumbing i e irnportAhthecauC room whetc nil fowl iii prepared OhlI faihioiifld tink with claiml in piping ore lolling 1Jces for vermin moisture and dirt wliich lki1t about serious illnou- H the plumbing of your kitchen u old unsightly anti ursheal thy let ui cjuole yells price on installing a snowwlMe SlflfliiwJ Porcelain lluMmRlcdiiak with open pLmuinc Our prices are rca sonahle our work high dUI nod wlmt youpay for this modem Litcl- CIuipU1ant may save you money in doctor bilk Cotton a cAdams Plumbers and Tanners r ttr I IUiteJa1 I jll rRetr rift J 48 for cool 1 UomttlMIIi rt CrorcoM Msis y- i IIII Uteoft iml Naiad OiMoi at r ie to IWo air i lWUIIN M shay a Ie1MAoi tlit see laW M baa Ute k t Mdrsa IlL tdesirert ft noa hi wofl rirattrd fancy re sea QM MMrlic- nrk otllies It tilt K Ijj hhu1 uifl ar- f Stehy mg rilieN r UIIIM tM poor voifc- ilichnuuii I la to hstrb- tw fiat tMwM or OWOS a weti- fhi bstM lRy 1 retvraed Monday tal rAM rat tf yen fail to buy hAw letwratds r of MIM Li st- siwtnee Timor 1 ooir tiIs aw- gist WRSt eIM11a Jr 1M lien iliI 1 tbt rNt WI l I Utea tow imtnr eell with relative SM MI I rfd Itslp ttrtt r s WicuIMAII h J 44 If- j tt amII Let bwi rresriss- a C III n tn t1- KM estate toveot 111 k lot t 1 ttay Uis stti U- acs1h nw k lit airt Vtotat Mkytor tafctti a few days J it1 II1111WM1 I ttt Jaril Jw 1 llee r1 Mlle c for owlI HWlesnan I flL nee Jan 11s AtlaII MarfRret Ilsell Nth J fllyII I preys nesting topic hrday might iiIff Mully I ster owe of Altons heurto was to stir oily Tueeday I 1t Shaw of Roar Staten sttemllttg the week F Shaw 10 than Chapel Sunday 1 Pm Iroftehlng every If tlIy Bre LuCIa Ord right served rightii 1 day or night at theI in the Warren Bldg rrlKel of Louisville wns week on business con In11 the Mongol Box Coii r of the Couriers friends goodtt year God bless em laruiker returned from Sun t overtorchestra of that city Chas Provo returned Saturday night alter a weeks visit with hit brother at New Madrid Mo MM Kettle Jackson has returned to Memphis after a few days visitt with her mother Mrs Mtttle King Miss Belle Moreer has returned Ito her home In Jackass Tenn after a pteaennl vMl with Mrs AHoc Am r keg Mr And Mrs J W Johnson of Maehvflle wore the btansont QUOSU of Mr and Mrs B Parham tht r week Wgar Jonos a negro was triad totoilge Haylors court Monday for hMUcgglng fined tO and load orf to jftft Mr B 3 BaMlert tf Qanilhers vWo Mo M oU 111relWMt wU Mixing wh thud en oor strooto thh week at ntoy was a eewy day in Htat wan rofnitftooi of Ute MMMy roatie HtoVnM ssjereJmnts hove aIIImelctog thtos move Lomw that lawidrr at wHh 16 AMtoris store for Frank SmlUi atilt yi will get the work to swk yw TnK beot steam htMMiry- Mw B H CadU of SI Ltwfe has returned to her hosae after a pimnal risk with the fay of Mrt CavtU on Troy avows Doat Vtt tfcc NMMMy rattle wtrry rwlentos yer wonta tomo HMMkflt the Cwritr Wont Cotow oath tMMB wit owns yemr wny Mr H J tOWN weal to aril JtOU wta thfe W 4fc AMI If fcnsjfi iMp iMftHfoMAAi will till herwhit reUtra rtwtf wens lice lIIIIIIp thoTM Clark of Bm Camp He J Wpuof ill Worn MarrwtI os- thst It hs Mieoa s J1 Mlle Nr- mentberthip s thsk IIg Its caslgt le bneirrd- U yon towe ghM M onto tor noel sad June has sat bttn ttieifiifinW ty deR +rsued telinhens your ea fetofte to M 41 ko Faotory here IHefcMMi Joe and CoaJ Ca ltsltsIt J at Mtlnllet sbr ir tvsry fiBdiry at 11 a M sad T p a Newt ftMHky morotog the MM w w4R preach oo the sao tat sf- iMfcM A cordial wttaame to yw Tm iMlttj was hers true AMlMi ovoml rbtyrs tM week seUtoc roMly tor UM JMM ry tone of Clr ask overt wMofc eonvonos at Uw crt Hiosits hi Illekmaii wait wfey A foorf onwl ft ctod Ute Mlt sewn CM WotlMMtay PlattW spore howe The fifty WM Ml of food hearty topfe rift e ory bony IIICIIMIII to have settee tfcolr ssaoys worth WortctMM are o aed teasieg- d w the reokleiwe of TOM ThomcM wMeh was loll in sch a hasardoiit uendillmi by the landalMe last week Mn Thomas will be able to sere a part ol the Material ami will crust Me roeMeaac w Kaat HWcman- Mvie A Hail tells oc that for A Christmas present he was given tby Me Insurance Company the Now York Life the State Superintendent of agencies of Kentwcky Mr Halt has been a fattkfnl worker la a good rawrance omen and deserved the compliment1 Pttee net quick relief from Dr Snoops Magic Ointment Roracm her its made alone for flies and It works with certainty and satisfaction Itching painful protruding or blind pill disappear like magic by its me Try It and see l Sold by I All Dealers Mrs W R Mosier died recently at her home south of Hlokman of heart disease Her son was Ill and she had been giving him medicine She started acroee the room and was heard to groan Going to her bod she laid across it and died She was 75 years old Miac Dottle Davidson entertained a number af her friends at a chafing dish party on Friday evening The guests were Misaos Annie Cowgill Berne Rice Leah Barry Maggie Rice Haielle Johnson and Messrs Clarence Corum Russel Johnson Harry Millet Warren Ellison and Arthur Hale TIII H SALEwhich began last Saturday AT E11ionsI-S GOING ON LIVELY AND WILL CONTINUE- as advertised Until January 23rds f They came Iil They saw They bought They came for miles They came in vagonsI v Over the road on which The Mail Carrier says There are 78 bad mud holes Theystayed all dayIAnd loaded upI the wagons I And they- WishedI they had room for more IV And from all directions The came and Are still acoming I And the Cashier at the Bank says Well sir it iis truly wonderful Considering the conditions and the impassable roads to have such a successful snle now I say it is really Wonderful How did you do it 7 Let the Schoolmaster tell you He says seldom read advertisements for they are usually all bluster and exaggeration but Ill tell you candidly this sale of yours is just as it is advertised And Thats the Secret of its Success The people know that an Ellison Sale Is Just as it is Advertised And the prices quoted last week and in the big sheets still hold good Ofcourse some lots are closedout but the bulk of the items are still here in good quantities To Those Who Havent Yet Been Here We Say COME QUICK I ItThose Who Have Been They Keep Acoining And Were Glad to See You Ellison Bros WA WIQ i large Circuit Court Docket Continued from page 1 C C Shafer vs J H Gray et al J W Roney vs John Gouger Mrs S L Criss vs Sam Haddon et al G W Phelps vs F P Vaughn J J C Deodorant vs Toe Capps J C Kennedy vs Fvlton Met GoII Naylor lc Campbell vs H Btlmlfc tonFarmers Bank vs Ed Themes Wiley Morrow vs M do 0 Ry Eczema and Pimples byzRtloI LIMO draws the frriM to the eurfaco loavdngaMoro Mud Oi St IxMiis Mo for JFurJ Tag Chaser was in Wlago Sunday Leon Smith says he wanli to hr a Woodman Wilt Alexander of Union City was In Hlokman this week Rev C L Price has returned from a short stay in Fulton Chas B Owens has returnee after a months visit in Nashville Tom Hart has returned after an extended visit in Tenaeeeee There Jis reported to be another rise coming down the Ohio river Leonard Reeves and Bernard Haokct went to Union City Sunday Mies Frankic Reid hae been com nHeefoned a Notary Pablta by the governorThe nheler Gtrle were enter talned Tuesday evening by Mrs S L Dodds Mack Hubbard of Wart Worth i Texas has boos the sweet of Hick man friends the put woknW W Richardson of Fulton while on his way to work Friday morning was run down by and round to pkocs unnder an Illinois Central engineij An examination of applicants for common school diplomas will be held at the Court House Friday and Saturday January 25 and 26 Dora Smith County Sapt- Goalder Johnson returned from Cairo yesterday with the negro OHeal who shot the negro man and woman at the levee camp a week or jo ago He secured requisition pa port Ernest Wright shot Harry Lee King lost Friday on lien Davis farm near Blue Pond The shooting re suited In a dispute over a fence A few shots hit him in the ankle but the wound Is not serious The small boy who has a sweater made from a gunnysac a pair of if trousers from Uncle Bills old cnesa stone bruise of his own and a five wont straw hat is often hipper than Chauncy Depew with 50 pain of pantaloonsIt Ithat Jim Seat started j to Alexander one day this week that his horse foil down on him that i he gatulnto the mud at Cnyoc and didnt get out until he got totiAlexander He says he doesnt be p JnJ Move he is quite out yet Subject Sunday morning at the Baptist Church will be The Judg mcnt Subject at night will be Choosing a Bride The public is in t riled and especially the young men and women In this discourse there will be an infallible remedy given for sunshine and happiness in the home All come will have a breezyrr time At the home of Mist Katie Ried Friday evening a reception was giv en in honor of Misses Glenn Wilson and Rlllson Those present were Misses Mabel Wilton Mary Lou Davis Frankyc Reid Virginia Pra i ther Elisabeth Wilson Icie Hale Annie Ellison and Incs Luten and Masers A DeBow Leon Smith Chester Bondurnnt Guy Hale Kin Icy T Randle Elvis A Hail i Edgar Naylor and Bdwin Prathcr and Mr and Mrs J W Roney and Mr and Mrs D Arabcrg The y Ievcllingr i I j i I t i I- j j t it11- II f J r r 7 rj1 ii I ii11t1h4cNo Eat 1 the lllhTI 1 1 AM IT I LI have purchased L D Perms Restaurant and ak my friends Ito I j anil and sec me Lunches of all at any hour atop regular pheeds FR15H OYSTKRS- la served any style when in season Dinner 1130 to 10 Full line of Contortions Cigars Ac Zut3aer Watsoa 11 Meet Your Friends Iat LAUDERDALESI ffTONSORIAL I IJ Beet Iin Hickman Hot and II 4fcold baths electric light 4and fans bydraulic chairs fj II and everything for comfort rf- jjl CUntcn St Hicfcaas Sy Nut door to Caruthers J i crascvc- rr Gash Book Store J Splendid Selection NEW BOOKS STATONERY NOTION c Calland see our Stook Every thing up to Jate MARY BBKBNDHK tfc Co B T DAVISt SUtaructt 1at Clltu- Will practice Iin all courts in the State Once over Ledford Handles store- HtcrtxAx KKMTUCK p J Tjnning Plumbing have secured the services of Mr J M Knaebel an Expert Tinner and Plumber and solicit yogi patronage in Plumbing Heating Tan and Sheet Metal work of altI liaise Au WORE FtR r Cwt service Reasonable ratsit JIEstimates cheerfully furnished B BREVARD Hickman Ky Your 6laUtlclr should have its just share of your attention If you ate particular about your dross appcararce let the Fulton Steam Laundry do your worktWill call for your laundryleach Tuesday l l Kennedy Corum IL Mt nty at llflm R Clllfont i Hicten Furniture Go IMCORrORATXO Undertakers TELEPHONE NO 20 Dr S K Davidson i DENTIST Ollloo over OoWI1I1i Drug Store 1 Hickman Kentucky 4i6p JI t I G i2 OONOMUK II I Yes Tit ssonemiec my dear Of coarse yon knew I will I feel that moo r bits MIa scarce And tkat it ten still 0My bonnett shall be very plain My dresees very few Still I mast dress In comntiment btoDMYII But you taut help in as w Thl notions not mammas You really should stop stoking Those fifty cut dprsLL And give up varioo little games That you hftve had m hand I dont propose to do it alt m let yw understand TUB Cotmm oftkne sort the cry Let us save the boys It is toerally accepted that stirs are beyond redemption but tile boys taunt easycrooked stick and wonder why their Iboys are not models the fact is t that tM yonofoters are simply chips of the old block The I stuitp which bore them can produce no better Fathers mtw carefully the fault of your hors sad thus look witless Do you expect to sec say virtue in them which is not reflected m your own Ute You wilt general ly tied all your shortcoming sad bad habits and a few more Renlite the reeponeibUity of pclreMactheot red that that has been placed in I your keeping If you would have good boys do right amHoad a parejj upright and noble Ills Kaop your thoughts clean and glue your boys tint birthirght which k their doe Yes sere the boys tars them the he inheritance of evil appetite un bridled artless and sordid cetera Give them a tonodation on which they tasty build a wort of God WOMAXS mncx It k gross injustice that women service though it wears away key life robs her of the ability to do that which is for his childrens highest good and chill her love of the roe fined and beautiful hu no promise eta eompsneatten equivalent to the lifelong sacrifice it demands A men of family expects to pay the men or women who assist in doing their work fa cue such assistance k requited Why should they expect the woman whom of all the world they have professed to low beet to do- heir menial work for pothiag0 t one ile ready to answer we are working en the mutual plan W1IatI k roc one ik for both Will let uc see how that is She has washed to save a washerwomans bill cooked I and cleaned to sore a servants hire I taken care of the children to save the nurse hire made clothe to save the expense of a seamstress besides do lag many other things equally as hard whle he has tone of theee un remunerative task nor the expense of them to bear He ik not willing that she should shale in his half earnI ing Quite the contrary whoa a little money is asked for not for her self but for any necessities for the hove or children it is often wry grudgingly given if at all 19e have known eases where poor overworked women are obliged beside doing all the work for their families to earnI as but they could whatever little money they required for their person al expenses A mothers health both of body and mind Iis worth more than additional acres of land and fine live stools The heart should not be allowed to grow old Life should not have lost its charm the heart its spirit and the body Its elasticity at forty years And yet how many wo men are faded and wan and shattered hi mind and health long before the are forty All the joy of life Iis not in Its morning if tyrannical oppros sloe were reetrainedby the hand o jostles A pnracr HOUR The most perfect home we ever saw was a little house into the sweet incense of whose fires went no costly thing A thousand dollars served as a years living for father mother and three dull en But the mother was It Quiets the Cough This is one reason why Aycrs Cherry Pectoral is so valua ble in consumption It stops the wear and tear of useless coughing But it does more it controls the inflammation quiets the fever soothes heals Ask your doctor about this The best kind of a tiitlmonUl HolU ler over sixty y ean AOLeLrf 7 hUPUl- lUlJerSl ILLS slat vraor w n wrnU Wi publish Woe ar PI w our wuMsir Hastan recovery by keep ng tho bowels rogular with Ayore Pills the creator of the home her relations with the children were the meet beautiful we have ever seta every inmate of the house involuntarily loot ed into her tea for the keynote of the day sad it always rang dear From the rose or dnver leaf which ia epic of her hard houw rfc she always found time to put build our plate at breakfast down to the story she had in hand to road m the even tag there was no iatermksiea of her influence She baa always been and always will be our ideal of a mother wife and homemaker If to her quick brain loving heart and ei itieUe face had been added the ap pliance of wealth and enfergetnent of wide culture here would hqy been absolutely the ktoal hens As It was it was the best we hnve ever sues SOMSTIUMO roar BOW Many people seem to forget that character grows t that Is not soma thing to put on readyn dewlth wom anhood or manhood but day by day here a little and there a little grows with the growth and strengthens with the strength until good or bad it becomes almost a coat of mall Look at a man of bushiest prompt reliable eandsntis yet dearitead ed and energetic When do yon suppsse he developed all the admira ink qualities When be was a boy Let us see the way m winch a boy of ton gets up m the morning work 1plays studies and we will tell yes just what kind of a man be wit make The boy who is late to school stand a poor chance to be a prompt man The boy who neglects Ids dn tks be they seer so small and then excuses himself by lIIyMctol for got I didnt think t will never be a reliable man And the boy who Nude pleasure hi the suffering If weaker things will never be a noMe generous kindl- ymana gentleman While the possibility of woman getting beyond man physically and intellectually may not be altogether pleasant for the lords of creation itiH they must realise that it Is Impossible to have too muck of a good thing and the interesting growth hold out the hope that so great will be her mental growth and physical advancement that she will attain sufftoent moral courage to keep the skirt of her dress above the dirt of the street to have convenient and roomy pockets to re lieve her overloaded hands to eschew the senseless custom of partially concealing her features flat tening her nose and Injuring her eyes with a little gauze mask whatever are the decrees of Dame Fashion Eczema Is Now Curable 7KMO a sekMIllc preparation for external utu Ropri itching instantly eklndluaieei l poniwtmntlr on ml liv tliM rOlllltrlmhlc- mll1irh 11 nruKX i Wrlle for esrn ale U tit ltoruMod OoJt Louis l1o xfltswuyThe remains of Mrs W W BeaumontfThursday night and were conveyed to the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Hoodrix sear Mt Moriah The funeral ser vices were held Friday burial at Ml Moriah Fulton Leader Fresh Groceries chickens eggs butter c Will deliver Lon Robertson Telephone 160 Will Educate Prisoners The Kentucky prison commission has determined to divide the time of the inmates of the reform school at Lexington between the school room And workshop teaching the youths a trade To this end the labor of 100 boys Friday was leased to Fort Johnson company of Chiahgo in making rued furniture at JO tents per day per boy Two hundred boys will be engaged on the contract the working day being divided into eight hours with half the boys in school before noon and in the workshop in the afternoon and a shift in the shop at the noon hour fluting the year 1907 Iwill IM found In the Clothing Dept of the well known firm of fettm It Dodo where I will be pleased to inset my friends and customers will ails have UM agency for ktcaVcHs Stoat Laundry of Naehville Tsnn the largest and bout laoodry rtprci sealed in Mickman Your pnirtjn age soUdtod J H MfDtt Commissioners Sale Fulton Orcok Court KotttnJy M P Mopm r1ve Equity Hiram Kearby et al By virtue of a Judgement and Order of Sale of Patton Circuit Court rendered at theSept Terre thereof 1906 M the above ensue I shall prod to ofcr for sate at the Court HOMSS door in Hichman Xy to the highest bidder at public section on the 2lt day of Jacuary 1907 at 111 oclock AM or thereaHout being Circuit Court dv upon a credit six months the following described proptfty to wit One hundred and thirty acres of land Iin Pubes County Kentucky and being a part of the oothoMtQrofSecaT 1 Range 6 West Alto another tract of lend coo bluing six and two thirds acres in Fulton County Kentucky and lying in the Southwest corner of UM North west Qr of Soc 2J T Ie6 West Alto a strip of land oft the West- side of the Southweet Qr of SIr 1J- T 1 Range 6 West beginning at the If W corner of the i W Qr- of See 2J thence tenth 160 poles to a staku thence east 15 polo ton stake thence north leo poles to a stake thence west IS poles to tM beginning loss the lands sold by H M Keorby whisk are excepted I from the above description said lands beioe described as follows All of the S X Qr of Sec 22 that lee north of HaJnbr Pond 7 acres more or tea Also a strip in the S W corner of the S W Qrol Sec 25 11 Range 6 West begin sing at the J Cypress comers betwee- n8e 22 2J 24 and 27 thence cut 15 poles thence tit JO poles to the beginning containing J acres more or less The above described tracts of land contain about 140 acres belonging to the estate of Hiram M Kearby deceased Or sufficient thereof to produce the sum of mosey so ordered lob made Kor pIIrdINetIImust execute Bond bearing legal Interest from Ute day of sale unUI paid and having the force and sleet of a Judgment Bidders will be pre pared to oifaply promptly wjUj those terns J X Mfhur- CommioeioNer Croup cod positively be stopped in 30 minutes No vomiting netWog to sicken or distress your child A sweet pleasant and tats Syrup called Dr Shoops Croup Cure does the WOrt and riots it quickly Dr Shops Croup Cure is for Creep alone remember It does not claim to oure a doses ailments Its for Croup thats all Sold by All Dealers The Courier was misinformed last week concerning the election of officers It Cayce The oftaers were Chas Noooan president J C Manly vicepresident W B Mc Gehee secretary I A J Burrus Treasurer ALL THE WORLD Is a stags and Bollards Snow Lint meal plays a most prominent part It has no superior for Rheumatism stiff Joints cuts sprains and all pains hay it try it and you will always use it Anybody who has used Ballards Snow Liniment is a living proof of what it does Buy a trial bottle 3Sc SOc and SlOO Sold by CowglUs Drug Store and Helm It Ellison Try the Couriers Want Column 5w 1 toq1- MThe HICKMJtN BlNii she pleased to place at the disposal its customers the facilities laille during twenty years fcon tin n- l ous service und growth CA UTHERS OA BE mad Pop uGAR LlTNCTrT lA U r It Seasonable Fruits Fresh Bread and Cakes Fine Candies Etc Dont fail to hwir tha Kluotrir 111I 11 1 Will build you A HOMEON ICAHY MI IN UtlA IA J will pay you to investigate this plan will interest you if you arc paying rrnt tit the only complete line of buildin mr sash not doori to be found m tbI t are right You be the fudge call and see w A DCDDS YOU WANT A Buggy Harness or Saddle of High Qualtty at a Low Price Each Buggy with n writtrn gu antee For expert horse shoeing and hlavkimi workof all kinds come to me Log Chains and Hooks of all kinds Plows Cultivators Harrows Drills Stalk Cuttert W J BARRY HICKMAN KENTUCKY 17rr1 rs Mercys CLINTON STREET HICKMAN KY Absolute Safety Is The Basis That wo offer to depositors Othr duoomont nro of sooondftry iinportati Upon this Guarantee we solicit your pulrnM J4 TITOMISnN ta H JHIUHANAN ProlcJollt DJEJDOTOas III uilJT1 IKUFOKII HICKMAN MARBLE WORKS ESTABLISHED 1 Tom Dillon Sr Prop Successor to B C Ram F Marble and jrnnite- MOJ1Unlents CURBING STONE WORK olI Kinds Iron FENCING HICKMAN KENTUCKY i =1=K Better Printing For Less Money l JTHE COUI lEn